Pierre Wevers - originally from France - started his career in the grocery business in the mid 70's. In 1986, he moved to Cincinnati to run the bigg's grocery chain where he filled the following positions EVP, COO and President/CEO. He grew the company to a multi million dollar 13 store grocery chain with more than 2000 employees. He retired from bigg's in 2006.

He grew the bigg's-Curtis-Breeden foundation with former NFL Bengals players Isaac Curtis and Louis Breeden and raised more than $2 million through it. He is a founder and board member of the Cincinnati Art and technology Center, an art school for at risk inner city children, and a founder and board member of Art Links which brings the art to inner city schools. Pierre Wevers received the "distinguished Friend of Family" award from family services of Cincinnati in 1999, the Art Links Service Award in 2001, and former mayor Charlie Luken declared a "Pierre Wevers Day" in 2001.
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