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Cartridge World Grand Opening
(Front) Dan Elder, Nick Bender, Mary Greene, Richard Greene, Rich Royce (Back) David Fletcher, Tai Decatur, Nathan Oh, and Mark Roy.

 

ACS Grand Opening
ACS (Atlanta Cable Sales) celebrates its 2nd quarter office move from 215 Satellite Blvd., NE, Suite 100, Suwanee, Ga. 30024 to 495 Horizon Drive, Suite 200, Suwanee,Ga. 30024 with a ribbon-cutting attended by the Gwinnett Chamber and Governor Sonny Perdue.

 

Red Clay Theatre Ribbon Cutting
Red Clay Theatre managing partners Shelly Howard (left) and Mark Pitt (right) join Duluth Mayor Shirley Fanning-Lasseter for the ribbon cutting event.

 

Goo-Goo Express Wash at Sugarloaf & Highway 29 Ribbon Cutting
Goo-Goo Franchises CEO Lamar Beck; Mike Bozeman, Goo-Goo VP of construction; Gwinnett County Commission Chairman Charles Bannister; Owners Judy Houston and Mike Houston; State Rep. John Heard; City Councilman Bob Clark; Mindi Hall, Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce; Goo-Goo Express GM Roger Kruger.

 

Campaign Kickoff
Gwinnett chamber members celebrate at Armaan Restaurant at the kickoff of the chamber”s first all volunteer-led Total Resource Development Campaign, providing leadership and financial resources to advance our community into the 21st century.

 

Texas RoadHouse
Texas Roadhouse, a new casual dining steakhouse located on Dogwood Road off Highway 124, recently announced its grand opening. Texas Roadhouse specializes in hand-cut steaks, fall-off-the-bones ribs, fresh baked bread, as well as dressings and sides made from scratch.

 

Medieval Times
Gwinnett Chamber Chairman”s Club members experienced the Middle Ages at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament at the Chairman”s Club reception in September sponsored by Medieval Times and Merrill Lynch.