Chris Pavey is a businessman from West Virginia. He owns and operates Grace Towing and Recovery.
Chris is approaching retirement time and plans on retiring to rural Conecuh County, AL where he recently acquired property and has started moving in.
A few weeks ago he happened across my dedicated Hovind FaceBook page in his effort to research the fellow, Kent Hovind, he heard was trying to buy property next to his and set up some kind of amusement park.
Chris didn’t want an amusement park next door.
Chris is also a “Fundamental Baptist” similar to Kent Hovind.
I explained my take on the Hovind situation. Ultimately, according to Chris, he was able to buy up the property Kent was intending to purchase.
Currently, it appears Chris is planning on relocating his Grace Towing and Recovery to the property and expanding to include a convenience story, service station and maybe even a McDonald’s. It is right off I-65.
This seems to be story we will be hearing more about.
The Monroe Journal, located in Monroe County which is contiguous to Conecuh County, has run 3 stories on the Hovind situation and may be planning to run more which may include input from locals like Chris, religious leaders, the Sheriff, and the County Commissioner. As the story develops, many others may be featured in the local media coverage as the Hovind property continues to develop.