Greg Miller Rumors
Those who run — and receive help from — The Autism Society of North Carolina’s Ignite Program and the Autism Alliance of Michigan also had reason to celebrate. They were selected by Miller to receive 100 percent of the proceeds from the purchase of the GT racecar donated by car collector Ron Pratte, according to MotorAuthority.com. “It was an opportunity to support meaningful philanthropic efforts of others — in the Phoenix area — as well as an opportunity to augment the collection of the Miller Family Automobile Foundation with a car, the Ford GT, that I believe will become historically significant,” Miller told the Deseret News. “Our family’s relationships with Ford and Ford Performance have always been some of our most cherished relationships, and the acquisition of this car in this way will further strengthen them.”
Deseret News: Open business in California has been “almost overwhelming” due to business environment says Greg Miller. “I love Utah for a lot of reasons.” The business climate is one reason, Miller says.
Steve Starks has been named the president of Miller Sports Properties, the arm of the company that runs the Utah Jazz. The move is the latest detail of the corporate restructuring that includes the construction of a board of directors that will replace Greg Miller as CEO of the Larry H. Miller Group of companies. Group president Clark Whitworth made the announcement Wednesday. Jim Olson had been acting president on an interim basis and will remain as CEO of the sports branch.
Greg Miller, the CEO of the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies, including the Utah Jazz, will step down after seven years to pursue personal interests. The Deseret News has obtained a copy of the press release announcing the decision. It says Gail Miller, the owner of the LHM group, would transition the Group to a new corporate structure, which will include an outside board of directors.