Rex Grey

Rex O. Grey

Software Quality Assurance at IDEXX Laboratories , Inc.

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Location:
ONE IDEXX DRIVE, Westbrook, Maine, United States
HQ Phone:
(207) 556-0300
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last updated 1/27/2018

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Experience

Chief Executive Officer  - Ashton Gardens

Software Quality Analyst  - Base36 Inc

President and Chief Executive Officer  - Aple Corp.

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In 2003, entrepreneur and businessman Rex Grey, was approached with an idea that would later revolutionize the wedding industry.
With a quick a trip to Oklahoma, he observed an operational wedding venue that was in need of a few adjustments. Although Grey thought the initial concept was functional, he immediately saw room for improvement. The more he contemplated the notion, the more he recognized the demand for a wedding location that offered specialized customer service and a ceremony and reception site all in a single setting. He also knew the perfect place to build it; Houston, TX. Once the decision was made, Grey went to work on researching everything he could about the wedding and event industry. From conversations with vendors to hiring the most qualified personnel, Rex knew the type of people he needed to lay the foundation for his initiative to grow into fruition. "We knew we had to hire the best people for this idea to really work," said Grey. "We knew we had to do things differently than other venues to be successful." With that in mind, Grey enlisted the help of wife Maria to capture the classic look and feel of Ashton Gardens and the multiple properties to come. From fine, interior furnishings to elaborate landscaping, Maria brought a sense of timeless beauty to the property's appearance and collaborated with Grey to establish an industry icon. "I remember being there for the first event and running around with a hammer making sure everything was set," remembers Grey. "We were ready but not without the help of every single person." Following years of successful events and multiple industry accolades, the pursuit for venue number two was on the horizon. While Ashton Gardens Houston was practical and efficient, Grey knew that with the expansion, there would be a need for considerable development. With a larger building concept in mind, Grey enlisted the help of Brad Schreiber, a hospitality industry expert to lead the company through the necessary adjustments it required to flourish.

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In May 2014, Ashton Gardens' owner, Rex Grey, made a phone call that would forge a partnership with an organization that no one saw coming.

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