Heritage Group, Inc. established in 1993, located in Southfield, Michigan
is a privately held organization and is a member of the MMBDC and
NABA affiliations. American Heritage Group has grown into a
Professional Services and National Executive Recruiting firm for the
Automotive and High Tech industries.
Our focus provides:
- Dedication to corporate and government
- Unparalleled ethics which highly value our client's
and employee's interests.
- The formation of strong relationships with our
American Heritage Group's Professional Services
business unit, consists of subject matter expert business
professionals that have an in-depth knowledge of American Heritage
Group's targeted industries and related technology. With these
services and principles as our foundation, we have had great
pleasure and good fortune to see our clientele grow steadily, and
our firm successfully undergo two major expansions in less than two
Our success is based
upon one other important truth beyond these principles:
We come through
for our clients. We are proud to
say that we are still partnered with the firms that we started with,
and are sought after as an approved minority vendor to many fine
companies such as Fanuc Robotics, ITT, Valeo, Dana, VDO, Magna,
Unigraphics, Guardian, Trico, Kingston-Warren, IBM, Veritas, EMC,
and Oracle, to mention a few.
We are a valuable
resource to our clients, whose commitment to equal opportunity and
diversity provides us unique opportunities. Feel Free to browse our
site so you can see our full-service capability.
We appreciate your
consideration and look forward to becoming an effective resource for
John Holliday, a Detroit-area native and member of the Nottawaseppi Huron
Band of Potawatomi, studied industrial management at Lawrence Technological
University in Southfield, Michigan.
John has always had a desire to be in sales, and began his
career very early in life by participating in Junior Achievement during high
school. After completing his studies at Lawrence Technological University,
John's sales career gained momentum working for General Tire and Rubber
Company, Clairol's appliance division and Teledyne Waterpik.
John's strong desire to have his own business,
enticed him to start a manufacturing representative organization. The lack
of success in his first enterprise did not deter him from starting American
Heritage Group years later.
Getting a new enterprise off the ground can be
a struggle, but persistence paid off with his new endeavor. His advice for
those seeking to do the same is to "align yourself with your cultural
heritage ... and find a mentor"
He attributes the success of American Heritage
Group to finding the balance between the business and spiritual sides of