He’s known as Mr. Henco or the man on TV who assured the Mid-South that “it’s worth the drive” to travel to Henco Furniture Store in Selmer, Tennessee.
Tom’s journey as an entrepreneur, though, started long before he and his wife, Sherry, opened Henco Furniture in the Selmer Industrial Park in 1996. By then, he had already started two successful national companies and dabbled in a dozen other ventures.
His life’s journey began as a young boy on the family farm in McNairy County, Tennessee, where he worked hard to help his father and mother care for a family of 9 children. He entered college without a high school diploma and then honed his salesman skills by selling Bibles door to door to pay for college.
Throughout his life, he remained firm in his belief of servant leadership, of building businesses that rendered services to his fellowman and that allowed employees to develop their full potential. It’s been quite a journey, Tom says … and certainly worth the drive.
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Order Worth the Drive
Purchase the book here. Copies of Worth the Drive also can be purchased at the following locations …
- KC’s Espresso, 415 Fillmore, (662) 287-5360
- Corinth Art Gallery, 609 North Fillmore St., (662) 665-0520
- Tull Bros Glass Co., 1111 Hwy 72 E, (662) 287-4477
- Home Banking Company, 1300 S Harper Rd., (662) 287-1883
- Brooksie’s Barn, 561 Oil Well Rd., (731) 664-2276
- The Vintage Market, 215 N. Church, (731) 234-0110
- All City, 263 Mulberry Ave., (731) 645-8900
- Home Banking Company, 795 East Poplar Ave., (731) 645-6166
- CB&S Bank, 731 Mulberry Ave., (731) 646-1351
- McNairy Regional Alliance, 205 West Court Ave., (731) 645-6360