It’s simple, we built our company on two basic business principles: ethics and morals. We strive to achieve the needs of our customers and believe a handshake is a good start to long-lasting relationships built entirely around loyalty and transparency.
Kevin Griffon is the Co-Owner and operator of GriffMaier LLC. He formerly owned and operated KEG Medical, LLC. Griffon’s activities through KEG have enabled him to build a strong base of domestic customers of medical supplies. Kevin has been in the medical space for 8+ years. He has worked hand in hand directly with Orthopedic surgeons, Neurosurgeons, and Hospital Procurement teams to meet their medical supply needs. Through Kevin's relationships, he has helped form a top-rated medical supply company. He and his team have successfully merged software, sales, and shipping into an easy-to-use platform. Kevin has been able to use his international & domestic connections to deliver top needed PPE Products to Government Entities as well as local counties and healthcare facilities throughout the United States during Covid 19 Pandemic.
Gary Solomon, Sr., leads an active career in business, civic and non-profit ventures alike. He started in his father’s footsteps, leading the family’s business, Gulf States Theaters, a successful chain of movie theaters in the southern United States. Under Gary’s leadership, the Solomons sold the business in 1986 and returned to the movie exhibition industry with The Palace Theaters a decade later. Gary and his wife, Martha, manage a venture capital group with more than 25 years of diverse entrepreneurial endeavors, including New Orleans Original Daiquiris, Semolina Restaurants, franchise locations of Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Movietime Video, PHL Leasing Systems, Unishippers, and numerous real estate developments. The primary business operated by the Solomons today is Crescent Bank and Trust, which has six hundred employees in eighteen states and passed one billion in assets in 2013. Solomon’s civic activities post-Katrina include serving on the Bring New Orleans Back Commission, the New Orleans Sewerage and Water Board, and the New Orleans Business Council. Gary also serves on the boards of the American Red Cross, St. Michael’s Special School, the Bayou District Foundation, the Emeril Lagasse Foundation, Harry Thompson Homecoming Center, St. Paul’s Episcopal School, and the University of Louisiana System Board.
Andy Fink is a managing partner of GriffMaier, LLC. A seasoned professional, specializing in business development and helping grow ideas that help make a business better by increasing revenues and growth. His background in a family manufacturing business and in sales allowed him to develop a keen understanding of all aspects regarding customer needs. This understanding begins with identifying the corporate customers needs and extends to the client. Through Andy’s relationships, he was able to successfully deliver frontline safety equipment and testing supplies to several states, DLA, healthcare facilities, counties, and private businesses throughout the pandemic to date.
Rich Kane is an entertainment consultant and producer, specializing in TV/film development and financing. During the beginning of the pandemic, Kane made a quick pivot into the medical space after his current projects were put on an indefinite hiatus. He landed a major Fortune 500 company within one month and began sourcing and supplying everyday PPE needs. Shortly after, Kane grew an extensive network, bridging relationships with manufacturers and distributors. To date, Kane has sold millions of Covid-19 test and PPE supplies to the private and public sectors. In addition to helping clients battle the pandemic, he supplied N95 masks to help fight the WildFires in California and the Pacific Northwest.