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Born 1942 in Spartanburg, South Carolina, George D. Johnson, Jr., is the son of the late Dr. George Dean Johnson and the late Elizabeth Heath Johnson. Married for 30 years to Susan Phifer of Morganton, North Carolina, they have two children, a son, Geordy and a daughter, Susanna. Mr. Johnson is a member of Episcopal Church of the Advent in Spartanburg.
George D. Johnson, Jr. is Founder and Chairman of Johnson Development Associates, Inc., which develops and manages retail space, industrial space, office space and apartments. He is a Founder, former Chief Executive Officer and a former Director of Extended Stay America, Inc. He is a past President of the Domestic Consumer Division of Blockbuster Entertainment, a division of Viacom, Inc. He was formerly the managing general partner of WJB Video. Since 1985, Mr. Johnson has been the managing general partner of American Storage Limited Partnership. He is a Founder and past member of the Board of Directors of Advance America, Cash Advance Centers, Inc. Mr. Johnson has more than 30 years of experience developing and managing various businesses.Prior to founding Johnson Development Associates, Inc., he practiced law with Johnson Smith Hibbard & Wildman.
George D. Johnson, Jr. has served as a director of AutoNation, Inc., Boca Resorts, Duke Energy, Viacom, Home Choice, Inc., Alrenco, Inc., William Barnet & Sons, Inc., Bankers Trust of South Carolina, Extended Stay America, Inc., Norfolk Southern Corporation, Upstate Forever, Advance America Cash Advance Centers, Inc., E.J. Victor, Inc., and is a founder and former member of the board of Johnson Waste, Inc., and Morgan Corp.He is also a past Director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. He has served as President of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, Chairman of the South Carolina State Development Board and Chairman, and member of the Board of Trustees of Converse College.Mr. Johnson was elected to the South Carolina House of Representatives in 1969 and served through 1974. In 1999, he was inducted into both the Nova Southeastern University Entrepreneurial Hall of Fame and the South Carolina Business Hall of Fame. He was the recipient of the Young Alumnus Distinguished Service Award given by Wofford College for the year 1973 and is a recent recipient of the United Way Daniel Morgan Award.
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