Bail Bondsman Drew Bloom
Owner and founder of 3-D Bail Bonds, Inc. Andrew (Drew) Bloom has been there from the start. His imaginative mind produced the creative name “3-D” Bail Bonds. Bondsman Drew tasks himself with much of the developmental aspects of his company including web development, social media, IT and marketing. He prides himself as being fastidious and precise.
Since 1996, he has worked in all areas of the industry posting bail, Bail Enforcement, collections, administrative and all executive functions of his company. His vision and creativity have earned 3-D Bail Bonds a name and recognition throughout the state. Back in the 2000s, when websites were the new evolving technology, Drew had created one for his bail bonds company. While it was built in the old HTML version, it was the beginning of the agency’s online presence.
Drew Bloom is also very engaged in bail related legislative actions amongst others. He specifically testifies as an expert in conjunction with bills raised that affect the bail industry annually. See one of his public appearances from 2016.
Local Bail Bondsman Drew was a founding member and Past President of the Bail Association of Connecticut and a member of the Professional Bail Agents of the United States (PBUS). Drew has been instrumental in the passage of legislation to help regulate Bail and Bail Enforcement in Connecticut. He has in the past and currently sits on a Judicial Task Force at the Connecticut General Assembly. He made recommendations to the Task Force to Examine the Methods to Reduce Costs to Extradite, see the full meeting here.
When Drew is not posting bail, he volunteers his time as a Captain on his local fire department. He has also coached Little League Baseball and youth flag football for over 11 years. A family man, Drew lives with his wife Linda and children in Hartford County, where he was born and raised.
Drew shares, “it’s essential to offer a fast and affordable service with respect and compassion. Sometimes, how you treat a client says a lot about you.”