JD’s Auctions receives the Anderson County Veterans Business Award
Clinton, TN- The team at JD’s Auctions is honored to be Anderson County’s 2019 voted Veterans business award.
JD’s Auctions began as a culminating project for Jason Deel’s MBA. Hours of research was dedicated to that imaginary business that took a couple of years to take tangible shape.
Jason and Natalie took time to think what life would be like outside of the confines of the Army tradition–with looming deployments (because 10 between them wasn’t enough!), new assignments, and a multitude of opportunities to be away from their growing family — with joined hands, they stood at the edge of one chapter and took the step into the next. In 2015 Jason and Natalie started JD’s Auctions after 28 years of services to the Army between them.
Today, JD’s Auctions has made a few transformations from starting out in Knoxville in a warehouse with no AC on those muggy July days, to the old White Store across the tracks in Clinton, to hunkering down in the heart of the Antique District, ultimately upholding its goal of providing solutions to individual and family’s problems: I have stuff—so now what? Relying on the military ideals of Respect, Selfless Service, Integrity, and Honor, Jason and Natalie use their military service and training as the foundation of JD’s Auctions where they have become proven, effective, leaders within their industry.
JD’s Auctions, along with Bear Stephenson, conduct 50+ benefit auctions annually. Serving the Anderson and surrounding counties has been rewarding and JD’s Auctions is proud to provide that service.