From Northside Eagle to nationally-recognized entrepreneur

Editor’s note: The following story is part of a feature called Home Grown in which we take a look at the people and products that have made a name for themselves well beyond our Middle Georgia borders.

Stephen Davison, a 1974 Northside High School graduate, is the entrepreneur behind Clean Control Corp.

His Warner Robins-based company manufactures OdoBan and numerous other cleaning, deodorizing and specialty products for household and industrial use.

The company’s products are distributed through independent retailers, national chains and online outlets. The national chains include Sam’s Club, Wal-Mart and The Home Depot. The online outlets include, and

He attributes the ongoing growth of his company to his Christian beliefs and his passion to provide innovative products for the industry, according to his company’s website. He plays an active role in daily operations of the company and in product sales and marketing for the business.

In May, Clean Control Corp. was recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency as a 2016 Safer Choice Partner of the Year Award winner.

Becky Purser: 478-256-9559, @BecPurser