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Gregory Grier Celebrates a Decade of Success in Burlington, N.C.

In 1999, Gregory Grier founders, Eddie and Tom Grier, transformed a rustic, old paint shop in Charlotte N.C. into what soon would become one of the most successful office furnishing and consulting businesses. Their dream was simple: make office design, planning and strategizing a much simpler task for companies and organizations across the nation.

After an initial five years of success in Charlotte, Gregory Grier’s second office was established in Burlington, N.C. What began as a two-man team has now grown to include nearly 15 employees, who serve the needs of numerous high-end clients across the Southeast region.

In celebration of Gregory Grier’s tenth anniversary in Burlington, the company is continuing to search for new ways to thrive as they enter into their next decade.

“I’m very much of an idea guy,” says co-founder Eddie Grier. “We love a challenge. All we need to hear is that we can’t do something to prove that we can do it.”

With an industry that is constantly changing, Gregory Grier has always found its greatest success in learning and adapting to customer needs. For Gregory Grier, there is no idea too small or challenge too big.

“It’s an incredibly satisfying feeling to know that you were a part of your client’s success,” says Grier when reflecting on the past 15 years. “Companies that we have helped along the way are even bigger than we are. This is what makes me love my job and love what I do.”

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