Calvin Hunter

Hardworking, feisty Calvin Hunter, who grew up in the projects of Colombia, South Carolina, does his Mama proud. No victim, he strongly believes that being a minority in the production and event management business is an asset and not a detriment. and that it is not surprising when minorities succeed. "We have always been good enough when given fair opportunities to compete."Production Management Specialists

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Why this Afro American small businessman and life-long Democrat will never vote Democrat again

Aug 8, 2012 — Calvin Hunter

I am the American dream.

My mother had 4 kids.  We all had different dads.  Only 2 of us knew our dads.  My mom did not have a high school diploma.  We grew up in the projects of Columbia, South Carolina, Saxon Homes and Alan Benedict Court.  We got government assistance, food stamps, free lunch and government cheese. My mom worked 2 or 3 jobs, 10 plus hour days 5 or 6 days a week.  She never complained.  She worked hard and encouraged us to work hard in school and get a part time job after school. She never complained about her path in life and the choices she made.