Born and raised in Franklin, Tennessee, Stephen "Bubba" Miller has always felt strong ties to his hometown. Through his early years at Brentwood Academy, he represented his community both on the football field and the wrestling mat. After winning two state wrestling titles in 1990 and 1991, he went on to the University of Tennessee, where he started in 47 straight games from 1992-1996 and served as Captain of the team in 1995.
After graduating from UT, he left the state to pursue a football career in the NFL. After playing six seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles and one season with the New Orleans Saints, Bubba came back home to Middle Tennessee.
Upon returning to Franklin, Bubba bought an interest in Supershear LLC, which manufactures a portable hydraulic shear used to extract catalytic converters from "end of life" vehicles.
After learning more about the recycling of catalytic converters, Bubba founded Arrington Metals in 2004. He spent three years developing Arrington Metals as one of the most trusted and respected businesses of its kind in the southeast.
In 2008, he expanded Arrington Metals, opening a new division called B. Miller Recycling.
B Miller Recycling is a full-service scrap metal recycling facility located in west Franklin. We also offer containers and specialized scrap metal service to our commercial and industrial customers.