Great Scott offers the finest in tailored clothing as well as sportswear and shoes. We work hard to find the very best to fit a wide range of price points.
Great Scott opened in 1986 in Maywood Mart by Steve Scott. At this time it was an 1800 sq. ft. store. Three years later Steve Scott purchased the old 3200 sq ft. Lyle Williams drug store on Old Canton Road. After 11 years they had outgrown this building, sold it and moved into a 5000 sq. ft. office building on Highland Bluff. Ed Watanabe Architects from Dallas, Texas combined our beautiful turn of the century fixtures with our new look.
Steve Scott started at the age of 15 working after school and on Saturdays in his great uncle’s clothing store. He immediately developed a passion for the business and after working as a buyer for several clothing stores decided at the age of 39 to open his own store. A good friend in the advertising business came up with the name Great Scott. Because of Steve’s love of tennis he had the Great Scott Tennis man developed as the store’s logo. A collection of old tennis racquets and turn of the century antiques give the store a real flair.
At Great Scott, it is all about the customer. We will do whatever it takes to make the customer feel special, which he is. We will meet him early and stay late, even go to his office or home and deliver whatever he needs.
Steve opened Great Scott in 1987. His dedication to selecting the finest merchandise and delivering over the top service earned the store recognition from Esquire Magazine as one of the best in the U.S. He and wife, Amy, raised 3 children – Wright, Trey, and Trudy and are the proud grandparents to William Wright and Gloria Helen. They now enjoy living with their two dogs, Allie and Lillie. Steve and Amy are members of Fondren Church.
Wright Scott graduated from the University of Mississippi in May 2002 with a degree in Operations Management and a minor in Marketing. Having worked in retail in Oxford, Wright brings a fresh new look to the Great Scott team. Specializing in management information systems, Wright has brought Great Scott into the 21st Century.
Deborah Miller and Rubye Clarke
David “Boz” Greenhill
Born and raised in Jackson, MS, David graduated from Woodland Hills Baptist Academy and went on receive a Business & Marketing Degree from Mississippi College. He has lived in Madison for the past 25 years with his lovely wife, Suzy. Proud parents of two fine young men: Caleb, a Marine Corps Veteran who is happily married to Taylor and entering his senior year in Accounting at Mississippi State, and Eli, an aspiring Senior at Madison Central. David and his family are members at Highland Colony Baptist Church.
Blake was born and raised in Jasper, AL. She attended Ole Miss and went on to study at the Culinary School of Arts at the Art Institute of Atlanta. She moved to Jackson in 1998. Her proudest accomplishment is her son, Watson McMillan.
Taylor was born to Bruce & Kim Sartin and raised in Jackson, MS. He attended the University of Mississippi, where he studied Philosophy, Sociology, and Psychology, before entering the workforce through Life Insurance brokering. He currently resides in Jackson near his parents and sister, Alisha.
Nick was born and raised in Pearl, MS, where he graduated from Pearl High School. Following college at Middle Tennessee State University, Nick graduated from Mack Ables School of Barbering and Hair Design, becoming a 3rd generation barber. He now has over 15 years’ experience in barbering and service industries. Nick is married to his beautiful wife and they have three children.
Blake is a second-generation barber, cutting hair full-time since 2008. He served in the U.S. Marines and received a technical degree from Hinds Community College. Blake has been awarded Best Barber of Jackson for two straight years.
Owen was born in Pensacola, FL, and raised in Palm Beach County. He is a retired veteran of the US Navy, and has over a decade’s experience in electronics and communication. Owen is a proud father to four children and three grandchildren. He is passionate about writing, painting, and, of course, the best of barbering.