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November 2011 – January 2012 Ribbon Cuttings

February 22, 2012
The ribbon cutting and grand opening for United Chiropractic Center was held on Jan. 17. Dr. Steve Landry, his wife Amber and Carol Paschal were all in attendance.
The Honey Do Service, Inc. had its ribbon cutting on Jan. 12. Pictured are Stephanie Sorensen, Denise Utsey, Dennis Utsey, Brad Fluke, Kevin Grogan and Kathy Ooms.
Georgia Local Search had its grand opening and ribbon cutting on Jan. 3. In attendance were Donna Rae Adams, Ken Adams and Kenny Adams, along with Chamber representatives.
Dollar Wise Cartridge had its ribbon cutting on Dec. 15 in conjunction with its second anniversary celebration. Pictured are Mark Stuckey, Joe Isaksen, Will Caraway, Sue Picardi, Judy Cook, Bill Martin, Pam Fennimore, Myra Bohannon, Sharon Mason, Mark and Denise Zangari and Barry Blakely.
Creekstone Academy had its ribbon cutting on Dec. 13. Several employees and Chamber representatives attended the grand opening.
The ribbon cutting for Lenny’s Subs on Cobb Parkway took place on Dec. 8. In attendance were Lenny’s employees and owners AJ and Sonia Singh.
Always Best Care Senior Services had its grand opening and ribbon cutting on Dec. 1. In attendance were Austin Willis, Susan Selman, Jane Bailey, Todd Smiley, Kelly Ann thomas, Denise Hession, Sylvia Dumford, Taylor Grout and Ben Selman.
The ribbon cutting for the Law Offices of Jimmy E. White was held on Nov. 10. Pictured are Mary Stoddard, Karen Murphy, Jessica White, Pamela White, Jimmy White, Scarlett Hebbe, James Balli, Bill Needs, Josh thornton, Chris Handley, Bill Sterrett, Joe Kramer and Mike Smaracko.
Swipe for Change had its ribbon cutting on Nov. 10. Several employees and Chamber representatives were present at the grand opening.
2 Rules Fine Art had its grand opening on the Marietta Square on Nov. 3. Pictured are Gary Eubanks, Helen Rule, Becky Rule, Lois Rule, Paige Kilimnik and James Eubanks.
United Chiropractic CenterDay Three Media had its ribbon cutting on Nov. 3. In attendance were Theresa Burt, Sara Griggs and Heather Pennington, as well as Chamber representatives.
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