We are a group of local business people who operate regionally and think globally. Our experience is varied and is centered around exceeding customer expectations. The skills we use to execute our plans were gained by servicing Fortune 1000 companies as either business owners or while working for large corporations. Our leadership team has strong core Christian values and believes that everything is a gift from God. As good stewards of those gifts He has trusted us with, it is our duty to share His gifts and help others. Please visit our Worldwide and Local community pages to see a couple examples of the organizations we support as a company and as individuals.
Charles, a Georgia Tech graduate, has an impressive 26-year track record as a successful CEO and Managing Partner of a number of companies that grew significantly and were acquired. CEO & Founder of Survey Systems, a startup company which provided land surveys to large developers and HUD contractors, was eventually acquired with 40 employees and is still in business today. He was also the CEO & Founder of Southern Medical (2007-2011), a startup Durable Medical Equipment company which grew to 26M in four years and was also acquired. He was Chairman and Managing Partner of Viridian LLC, which started in 2011 and was sold in 2015 with revenues of 20M. Viridian LLC is a Bio Waste logistics operator for Walmart, Publix, Kroger BI-LO, and Costco up and down the east coast; it grew from 0 to 5500 locations served, and used industry first process to keep the waste out of landfills. He has been a Managing partner of Range of Motion since 2012, which is a Durable Medical Equipment Supplier. He has also been the Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Med Allergy since 2013, which has allergy testing and treatment centers in 4 states and has 30 clients.
David has spent the past 33 years managing and building highly productive sales teams since graduating from The University of Georgia. He led the largest sales team for Pitney Bowes for 15 years before joining Parametric Technology in 1987 as a Senior Regional Director. As Senior Regional Director, he provided design engineering software to The Aerospace and Defense industry. During his tenure at PTC, he grew the Federal Aerospace & Defense East Coast team from 2M to 25M annually. In 2011, he joined The Network Inc., which is an Ethics and Compliance Solution provider to more than half pf the Fortune 500 Companies. In less than 4 years, the 30-year-old company with no growth in the 5 previous years doubled in revenue and sales were up 74% Year Over Year, which led to a successful sale of the company.
Chip founded AmeriPark in 1986 while studying business at Georgia State University. Chip was the visionary driving force behind the success of AmeriPark. The company grew from a “one man shop” to a well-respected, full-service parking company with over 2,500 employees and 400 accounts nationwide. During that time, Chip was heavily involved with Atlanta business leaders and was a founding Board member of the Buckhead Alliance, a community action group that is now part of the Community Improvement District. He was a member of Atlanta’s CID Central Atlanta Progress and a member of the Midtown Alliance. Since selling AmeriPark in 2015, Chip has opened a hotel development company and has had success in Atlanta and Charleston with one hotel open and one in development.
With a B.S. Degree in Environmental Science from the University of Georgia, Rob was able to leverage his ten years of management consulting experience to give AmeriPark a distinct competitive advantage over its peers in the field of management & operations development. Rob was instrumental in building the company’s management infrastructure to support the growth the company achieved. During his tenure, AmeriPark grew from gross revenues of approximately $8.5MM to over $80MM, at which point Rob oversaw a process that sold a major division of the company ($50MM) and cut non-core assets and services ($5MM) in 2008. Rob took AmeriPark through a rebranding and built the company back to gross revenues of $55MM prior to selling the company in 2015.