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Gainesville, FL — The Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention today announced the appointment of Bradley Gamble as its new chief executive officer. Gamble will join the Cade as incoming CEO on April 15, 2024 and will replace Phoebe Cade Miles who has served as its interim CEO since March of 2023.  

Gamble, a graduate of the University of Florida, comes to the Cade with decades of experience in sales and marketing. He co-founded The Selling Factory in 2016, and since then, his company has employed over a thousand college students, helped over 150 businesses, and generated nearly five million in revenue. Previously, Gamble served as the vice president of sales and marketing at Infinite Energy in Gainesville, Florida.

“We believe that Brad’s extensive background in sales and marketing is exactly what the Cade needs to flourish in its next chapter as a national organization,” said Phoebe Cade Miles, co-founder of the Cade Museum.

“We are confident that he will bring fresh perspectives, strong leadership, and a deep commitment to our mission as we expand the Cade Prize and our Inventivity curriculum across the country,” said Miles.

“The Cade’s mission is deeply inspiring to me,” said Gamble. “Supporting the Inventivity movement for inventors, entrepreneurs, and creators of all ages sparks my passion. I’m excited to build upon the strong foundation that already exists and can’t wait to get started,” he added.

“On behalf of the entire board, we are thrilled to welcome Brad to the Cade, and are grateful for Phoebe’s leadership over the last year which has positioned us to make the leap from a local museum to a national organization,” said Richard Miles, co-founder and board member of the Cade Museum. “I’d also like to express thanks to CarterBaldwin for conducting the search and finding such a great fit for us.”


About the Cade Museum

The Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention in Gainesville, Florida, is committed to transforming communities by inspiring and equipping future inventors, entrepreneurs, and visionaries. Named after Dr. James Robert Cade, the lead inventor of Gatorade, the project began in 2006 with a generous gift from Dr. Cade and his wife, Mary Cade. Led by their daughter, Phoebe Cade Miles and her husband, Richard Miles, the museum began educational programming and the Cade Prize in 2010. Since opening in 2018, more than 100,000 visitors have experienced the Cade’s unique hands-on programming. For more information visit



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