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New year, new faces on North Augusta Chamber Board

As North Augusta dives into 2023, four area business leaders have joined the Chamber’s Board of Directors to provide leadership, and resources, and ideally, bring continued growth to the city. The new board members include Nyles Ellefson, COO for Ellefson Transportation Group, Yvonne Meeks, Community Development Representative at SRP Federal Credit Union, Julie Orzechowski, CFO at…

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Who’ll be picked, “Best in Business” in the CSRA?

Last year, local business owners, Jason Kennedy and Charlie Wall were selected as the best of the best among Augusta’s many entrepreneurs by the Augusta Metro Chamber and Commerce. Kennedy and Wall, co-founders of Loop Recruiting, a technology staffing company, won the Chamber’s Augusta’s Entrepreneur Award and were honored at the Dec. 2021 Member Economic Luncheon.…

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Marketing professional discusses strategies for creating customer connections

Kate Sanders loves a product called Blender Bombs because the company, which sells smoothie boosters, adds a note from its founder, Helen Hall, to each of its products. Sanders, COO, partner, and lead strategist of the Alison South Marketing Group was one of the speakers at the Business Recharge Event, a business expo hosted by Augusta…

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North Augusta showcases businesses to fall in love with

Ashley Murphy, owner of ABECA Naturals in North Augusta, enjoys helping her customers improve their health by offering a variety of natural self-care products and over-the-counter medicines. “There is a growing need here in the community for a holistic approach to wellness, so we manufacture and sell herbal remedies, homeopathic medicine, and more,” she said. ABECA is…

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State of the Community: Local business owners find success despite struggling economy

Larry and Rosemary Lynn have owned and operated a successful CSRA business for nearly 40 years. But like other business owners, the couple is currently dealing with significant supply chain issues. Their business, and several other local companies, participated in a business expo for the Columbia County State of the Community event, Thursday evening. ABD spoke…

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Legislative panel discusses jobs, education at CSRA SHRM meeting

Human resources professionals should know their elected officials because the laws they pass directly affect businesses and their employees, according to Robert Kelly. Kelly, the President-elect of the CSRA SHRM Chapter and Vice President of Augusta Staffing Associates, said, for example, those laws can impact the benefits companies offer their employees. The Chapter hosted a panel…

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