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Meet Our Team

Spreading our roots in the heartland with offices in Central Arkansas, Northwest Arkansas, River Valley Arkansas, Tulsa Oklahoma and growing!

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The Home Office Team

Carl Grimes

Founder/Chairman

Contact Carl
479.770.8989
carl.grimes@cbiteam.com
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Dave Godwin

Strategic Growth Advisor/Intermediary

Contact Dave
479.770.8989
Dave.godwin@cbiteam.com
Value Builder

Kelly Tivis

Business Manager

Contact Kelly
479.770.8989
kelly.tivis@cbiteam.com
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Amanda Keeney

Growth Strategy & Marketing

Contact Amanda
479.770.8989
amanda@cbiteam.com
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Brian Small

Web Design & Support

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The Office Owners

Carl Grimes

Founder/Chairman

Jon Holbert

NWA Managing Partner

Connor Grimes

Central Arkansas Office Owner

Roy Still

Tulsa Office Owner

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New to the Heartland?

Here are some helpful links to help you get to know our areas:

Northwest-Arkansas-Council

NWA Council

Fueled by an amazing entrepreneurial spirit, Northwest Arkansas emerged from modest beginnings to become one of the nation's dynamic economic regions. Industry leaders such as Walmart, Sam’s Club, Tyson Foods, Simmons Foods, and J.B. Hunt started here, and Northwest Arkansas is the home of the University of Arkansas, the state’s flagship campus. The presence of those companies and the university drives Northwest Arkansas economic growth.

Explore-Northwest-Arkansas

Explore Northwest Arkansas

Artsy, historic, vibrant, authentic. Four counties, 10 cities, dozens of things to see and do. Enjoy the perfect mix of big-city fun and small-town charm. Explore our distinctive downtowns, the great outdoors, world-class art and more. Expect the unexpected in “Naturally Fun” Northwest Arkansas!

Walton-Family-Foundation

Walton Family Foundation

BENTONVILLE, Ark. – As America’s Heartland becomes more of a concentrated focal point economically, culturally and politically, the Walton Family Foundation released new research today outlining key perspectives that could help shape the geographic makeup of the Heartland for generations to come.