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Exclusive U.S. Equine Business in Aiken

Maxine Maxine Emerich has established herself and earned credibility for her Engineered Equine Performance (EEP) business in a short period of time as Aiken’s “Horse Business” continues to spread out and diversify. Aiken was never a “one horse town.” For most of the past 130 years, it was primarily a three-horse town: Thoroughbred racehorses, fox hunters…

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Aiken/Augusta BizBitz

Guitar Pull Business, Community Service and Fun! Congrats to Kicks 99 for another great Guitar Pull concert---after a one year hiatus due to Covid-19. Yours truly was amongst hundreds of Beasley Broadcasting advertising clients that got complimentary tickets to the show. Rather than take a business client of mine, I took my eight year-old daughter Lyndee…

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Faith Friday: Business owner credits faith and family values for industry staying power

Trust in God. Treat people right. Help the community. These three core principles propel Augusta native and wholesale retailer Keith Brown as much now as they did almost 40 years ago. Support from others helps, too. “There are a lot of people who pray for my success,” Brown says. “I’m deeply rooted in my faith.” …

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Amazon regional director speaks about investing in employees

For Robert Packett, much of Amazon’s success is due to the hard work of its more than 1 million employees worldwide. While the company utilizes state-of-the-art technology, that doesn’t reduce the need for workers to fulfill customer orders and ship billions of packages each year. Robert Packett – Amazon’s southeastern regional director of operations – spoke…

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Two businessmen purchase the Boy Scouts a $1.7 Million headquarters

After a unique sealed bidding process with a deadline that came and went several months ago--- a creative, near $1.7 Million deal was struck by Sherman and Hemstreet Real Estate, the Augusta Jewish Community Center—the property owner and Georgia-Carolina Nature and Adventure Center, LLC—the private group that bought the 26 acre facility and blessed the…

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German company hiring 125 in Augusta to make dent in CSRA job loss

A German metal recycling company is coming to the CSRA and bringing with it 125 skilled manufacturing jobs. Yesterday, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Aurubis AG has authorized the construction of a $340 million recycling and secondary-smelting plant – the only one of its kind in the U.S. – located at 4760 Mike Padgett Highway in Augusta…

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