Chairman of the Board
Clinton, with the help of his twin brother Chris Mills and father Ed Mills, started Hitcents in 1999 as sophomores in high school. The business was founded as an online marketing firm, but quickly expanded its services in other areas of technology. After graduation, Clinton received an Entrepreneur Scholarship to Western Kentucky University that included rent-free office space for Hitcents. He attended WKU from 2002 until 2004, when he left to focus his time on the business. 2001, at the age of 19, Clinton and his twin brother were awarded Young Entrepreneurs of the Year for the state of Kentucky. In 2007, Hitcents was ranked 191 among the 500 fastest growing companies, and the Mills were ranked fifth of the top CEOs under 30 by Inc. Magazine.