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Rep. Marc Gravitt Inducted Into Tennessee Auctioneers Hall Of Fame


The Tennessee Auctioneers Association ... afterward he began his professional career in the family business as an auctioneer and real estate broker. In 1996 he graduated from the Certified Auctioneers Institute held at Indiana University.


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RepMarc Gravitt Inducted Into Tennessee Auctioneers Hall Of Fame - Chattanoogan.com // Chattanoogan.com - Chattanooga's source for breaking local news Breaking News Traffic Weather Opinion Sports Community Business Church Civic Clubs Living Well Real Estate Student Scene Leisuretime Around Town Dining Entertainment Happenings Memories Movies On Stage Outdoors Travel TV Obituaries Area Obituaries Classifieds Advertise About Us  Saturday, January 13, 2018 28.2°F     Overcast function SearchTextOnFocus(control) { if (control.value == 'Enter Text') { control.value = '; control.style.color = '#333333'; } } function SearchTextOnBlur( control ) { if (control.value == ') { control.value = 'Enter Text'; control.style.color = '#999999'; } } /*onkeydown = "SearchTextOnKeyDown(this, event.keyCode);" function SearchTextOnKeyDown(control, keyCode) { if (keyCode == 13 && control.value != ' && control.value != 'Enter Text') { //SendSearch(); } }*/ function SendSearch() { var search = $("#SearchText").val(); if (search != ' && search != 'Enter Text') { document.location.href = '/Search.aspx?st=' + escape(search); } else { document.location.href = '/Search.aspx?st=0'; } } Business RepMarc Gravitt Inducted Into Tennessee Auctioneers Hall Of Fame Wednesday, January 10, 2018 The Tennessee Auctioneers Association, at its yearly convention in Murfreesboro, named Marc Gravitt as the newest member to the Tennessee Auctioneers Hall of Fame.  Vice President Bobby Colson from Nashville presented the award to RepGravitt saying, “this award is presented to a man that has dedicated his life to service, both in his professional career and in his public service career”.  RepGravitt served six years in the U.SArmy, afterward he began his professional career in the family business as an auctioneer and real estate broker.  In 1996 he graduated from the Certified Auctioneers Institute held at Indiana University.  Additionally, he has received the Accredited Auctioneer of Real Estate and Graduate Personal Property Appraiser from the National Auctioneer Association.  “I nominated RepGravitt because he has not only shown leadership and professionalism in our industry, but also RepGravitt has dedicated his life of giving back to his community," said MrColson.  "He served in the U.SArmy, served as president of two 501c6 and one 501c3 non-profit organizations, has helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for area non-profits, as well as having served as an elected officialTonight, we honor a man that has served our country, our state and our profession honorably."   In 2012, RepGravitt was elected to the East Ridge City Council, serving as vice mayor the last two years of term, during which the East Ridge has seen vast improvements.  In 2014 RepGravitt was appointed by the Hamilton County Commission to the 108th General Assembly as State Representative for the 30th District which is the south-east parts of Hamilton County.  He has subsequently been re-elected to the 109th and 110th General Assembly.  During RepGravitt’s first term, he was awarded the “Legislator of the Year” award from the Tennessee Assessors Association.  RepGravitt becomes only the second person from the Chattanooga area to receive this honor.  The first was his father, Ken Gravitt, inducted in 2008, who first entered the real estate and auction professions in 1972.   January 12, 2018 Cambridge Square Welcomes 3 New Office Tenants January 12, 2018 Alexander Supports Supreme Court Decision To Hear States’ Rights Case January 11, 2018 Chattanooga Area Chamber Of Commerce Announces Finalists For 2018 Small Business Awards Cambridge Square, Ooltewah’s growing commercial, entertainment, and residential community, has added three new office tenants, according to Marketing and Leasing Director Jim CheneyAdditionally, .. 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