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Steve Grindstaff Bio/Wiki 2017
His parents were Thomas and Edna; an Elizabethton Police Officer along with a textile worker. Steven relied on his family for hand me downs as a young boy. He grew up mostly at his maternal grandmother’s house place where Sunday meals were a family tradition. Growing up, he understood that the life he had was not what he had in mind. In age thirteen, he already had two occupations.
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School came really simple for Steve. Steve was known for never opening a publication, making good grades, and playing football. His attitude towards football, the drive, competitiveness and eagerness, afterwards made him a car mogul. During the winter break in his senior year, Steven chose to take a part-time job at Bunton Chevrolet in Elizabethton. His choice had changes his destiny forever. After one month as a part-time salesman, he had already sold 42 cars. He has made more cash than he’d as a teacher combined with training football. With only one semester left, he dropped from college as he saw his future in the vehicle business. With what he learned in football, he applied in the business world. He immediately became one of the best-selling salesmen in the entire state of Tennessee while earning the trust from his customers.
When he believed that he already triumphed in the car industry, he tried the real-estate scene. Along with Rab Summers and Richard Booth, he developed Woodstone Condominiums. He became the sole agent in the partnership and shortly became a $100 million real estate producer. In 1987, he went back to Bunton Chevrolet and bought it due to his love of selling automobiles. As the sole owner, the nickname “The Boss” emerged. Steve Grindstaff is also a philanthropist. The philanthropist began providing pre game meals and new uniforms to the Elizabethton High School football system in order to give back. The philanthropist started the Carter County Awards Banquet to offer meals for the students and families together with the decorations and scholarship money for the students who earned the highest GPAs.