Raised in the Business

Master, Melissa
October 2004
Convenience Store News;10/16/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 13, p125
Trade Publication
This article reports that Ray Potts has learned about George H. Green Oil from the ground up. Potts was not your average 16-year-old. Raised in Union City, Georgia, he began working afternoons at Fairburn, Georgia-based George H. Green Oil Inc. while still in high school, as part of a work-study program. Potts's technical prowess has made life easier within the company as well as for its customers: The software that he created for an automated delivery system allowed Green Oil to be sole hauler of Texaco fuel for the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.


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