Lester Burton, Owner
In 2002, Lester Burton had a vision from God that put one of the many gifts, given from the father into action. The gift to become an artist! He started out on his journey learning the trade of etching with Imperial Etching and The Memorial Etching Company. When God said it was time, Lester stepped out on faith and gained customers sent his way by God. As clientele increased, Lester was inclined to give a name to the company that puts God first, therefore, Trinity Graffix was deemed. God has blessed Trinity Graffix with customers from various states. These states are Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Alabama, and Tennessee. Becoming an etcher is not a job to Lester, it’s a career. As the only black owned etching company, he realized to be successful you must first change your thinking. As a child he dealt with the criticism of others that he would be useless. This is why you see him speaking with the youth. It is his passion to see children succeed and become the best they can in life. It is also crucial that if you decide to become an entrepreneur that you realize it is not your career that gives you economical freedom it is the seed sown and the tithe given. As the seeds that Lester has sown and continues to sow spring forth, he looks ahead to granite retail and sales in 2010. A special thanks to God, his wife Jill for all the support and encouragement, his family, Pastor Kam & Wausheka McClary, and NDC for their prayers and support. ”It doesn’t matter what you try to accomplish in life, if God isn’t the head then it’s doomed from the tart. Failing does not make you a failure, never trying does.
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