HJR Global Announces Expansions To Show Low & Utah

Harrison Rogers, founder, and owner of HJR Global has announced several new business expansion initiatives that will continue to support the unique needs and education community and contribute to economic development in Arizona and Utah.

The initiatives include:

  • Commercial development in Show Low, Arizona breaking ground in early 2021, including retail, a private school, apartment housing, and a family entertainment and activity center.
  • The expansion of Lexington Services to Utah in 2021 bringing autism and special needs services to the state.
  • The growth of Lexington Academy, a K-12 autism school, to the Laveen-Phoenix with a grand opening and open enrollment in January 2021.

Harrison Rogers, founder, and owner of HJR Global has announced several new business expansion initiatives that will continue to support the unique needs and education community and contribute to economic development in Arizona and Utah.

The initiatives include:

  • Commercial development in Show Low, Arizona breaking ground in early 2021, including retail, a private school, apartment housing, and a family entertainment and activity center.
  • The expansion of Lexington Services to Utah in 2021 bringing autism and special needs services to the state.
  • The growth of Lexington Academy, a K-12 autism school, to the Laveen-Phoenix with a grand opening and open enrollment in January 2021.

The Show Low project will be Rogers’ first ground-up commercial development. The development will be completed in three phases, with final completion planned in 2022.

I am excited to make an even bigger impact on our community with these key initiatives. We have a model that we know works, and it works very well, and we are excited to bring Lexington to even more communities.


– Harrison Rogers, found and owner of HJR Global

HJR Global recently made an appearance on the Inc. 5000 List for the 4th Consecutive 

Year, sharing an impressive three-year revenue growth of 109.51 percent. And making it one of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies.

[SH] From Serial Entrepreneur to Potential Arizona Governor

Rogers also recently announced his plans to run in the 2022 gubernatorial election. Running in the Republican primary. Rogers will join other potential candidates, including Ben Quayle, Karen Taylor Robson, and David Schweikert.

“My biggest priority in the running for governor will be education. I believe in education for all, and right now, Arizona is failing, said Rogers. “There are solutions for the many problems that parents face in school choice, which have only been amplified with the COVID-19 pandemic, and the solutions start with providing options.

Rogers has also been in discussion with local education representatives in exploring a general education private school venture. This venture will meet parents’ needs and showcase successful private school options.

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