The business community has smoothly transitioned from summer vacations to preparing for fall. This pre-holiday season has had some exciting events. Here’s a recap of all things Chamber in August and September. Check out our calendar or Facebook page for future events.
Cocktails & Commerce and Ribbon Cutting at SWGA Farm Credit
Before August’s Cocktails & Commerce we hosted a ribbon cutting for Southwest Georgia Farm Credit. SWGA Farm Credit helps with financing for land purchases in rural southwest Georgia. They had a broad assortment of good eats and some great giveaways. To contact them or for more information about their business visit their website.
Ribbon Cutting for Mr. Delivery
We hosted a ribbon cutting for Mr. Delivery in August to celebrate their Grand Opening. The event was held at AJ Moonspin, one of the many restaurants for which they offer delivery.Mr. Delivery is your one stop online delivery service for some of your favorite restaurants in Thomasville. Visit their website to make your first order or if you are a business owner interested in joining their growing list of restaurants.
Economic Impact 2018
Economic Impact 2018 was a new revised vision of Economic Forecast. Our expert panelists focused on the economic impacts of financial institutions, tourism, real estate, land conservation, downtown development and economic development in Thomasville & Thomas County. We were happy with the feedback we received and we are excited to prepare for next year. Click here to see some highlights from the event.
Ribbon Cutting for Rose City Pharmacy
Rose City Pharmacy also celebrated their Grand Opening with a ribbon cutting in August. Rose City Pharmacy is an independent locally-owned pharmacy with a mission to provide their customers with the best prices for their prescription medications. The pharmacy is located at 616 S. Broad Street Thomasville, GA 31792. Visit their Facebook page to learn more about them or ask a staff member a question.
Cocktails & Commerce hosted by Thomasville History Center
It was all fun and games at September’s Cocktails & Commerce hosted by Thomasville History Center. The Thomasville History Center is a non-profit community organization dedicated to ensuring that our unique history remains an intrinsic and unbroken thread connecting the past and future. In addition to drinks and hors d'oeuvres, guests enjoyed bowling in the OC Ewart Bowling Alley, and a ride in the recently restored 1923 Ford Model T. Visit their website to donate to the History Center or schedule your next tour.