Julius Smith 34, lives in Harker Heights, owns auto detailing business

Tell me about your family.

I have a mother who lives in St. Petersburg, Florida, and a dad who lives in Alabama, named J.C. Smith. I have a lovely wife named Cheleste Smith and four beautiful children. I have two boys and two girls — T.J, a son aged 10; Eunisha, my 11-year-old daughter; Joyce, my 3-year-old son; and a 19-month-old daughter, Journi. I have an older sister named Timika and two younger sisters named Chelsa and Kandace and one younger brother named Raheem.

Where are you from originally?

I am originally from St. Petersburg, Florida.

What brought you to the area?

My wife brought me to this area. We met online and I followed my heart here. She is originally from this area.

How long have you been married?

We have been married for three years.

How long have you lived in this area?

This October will make four years that I have been in the Central Texas area.

What is Second 2 None Mobile Detailing?

It is a car detailing service that I offer. I am a mobile carwash on wheels. I have some clients that I do once a month. Most people that I get are by word of mouth and when some people see me out and about I ask them if they could use my services.

What community work do you do?

I donate items and clothes to Goodwill and thrift stores. I am heading to Houston to help out the hurricane victims.

What do you like about Harker Heights?

I think that it is a very nice area. It is a nice place to live and to raise a family.

What do you dislike about Harker Heights?

I dislike the fact that it is not around too much water.

What is your favorite store in Harker Heights?

Children’s Place. I rarely shop for myself but I shop for my children.

What is your favorite restaurant in Harker Heights?

My favorite restaurant in Harker Heights is Razzoo’s.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

In 10 years, I see myself as being a successful business owner and have some people I have hired to work for me.

If you could change anything about your life, what would it be?

I would have made smarter decisions when I was younger.

What advice would you give to younger people?

I would like to tell young people to always think twice about important decisions. Never make a rash decision without considering the consequences of your actions.

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