Burnett is Best Teller
BEST OF MCDUFFIE
THURSDAY • February 25, 2016
Luckey Charm voted Best Gift Shop
The McDuffie Progress/Brian Hobbs
The Luckey Charm is located at 454 East Hill Street.
The Luckey Charm, located at 454 East Hill Street, opened its doors in November 2013 and has been selected as the Best Gift Shop for two years in a row. The Luckey Charm is owned by the Sammy Luckey family and operated by his granddaughter, Tabatha Raburn. As one of Thomson’s best gift shops, it offers a wide variety of gift items, jewelry, and apparel for women, men and children. Some of the lines represented in The Luckey Charm are Southern Marsh, Peach State Pride,
Jadelynn Brooke, Simply Southern, Mudpie, Spartina, Woodwick Candles, Lauren James, Lilly Pulitzer and Betsy Pittard Designs. The Luckey Charm specializes in helping customers find the perfect gift for someone special or as a personal treat. “The Luckey family is appreciative of the support shown by the wonderful people of this community. Our customers are the most important part of our business and we look forward to continuing to serve you for many years to come."
Ga Nails is Best Nail Salon
Ga Nails has been selected as this year’s Best Nail Salon. The business, located at 1427 Washington Road, has served the community for 15 years and has been at its current location for the last 10 years. They are open from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The salon provides manicures, pedicures, waxing, eyelash extensions, Solar Nails and gel polish and manicures. They now have a new spa, deluxe pedicures and mood The McDuffie Progress/Betty Davis effecting powder. Ga Nail is located at 1427 Washington The business says that its Road. success is due to hard work, quality and great service to the customers. Along with key people like the seven technicians that have seven to ten years of experience with the job. "We appreciate all the people who voted us the best."
Betty Burnett has been named Best Teller by voters selecting the best in the Best of McDuffie for 2015. A teller for the last 31 years, she has been at State Bank & Trust in Thomson for 26 years. She is responsible for providing quality service to the bank’s customers and to the community. Burnett said the key to her success is treating others the way she likes to be treated, being willing to listen to the needs of her customers and making sure their banking needs are met. She said she was honored to be selected as The McDuffie Progress/Brian Hobbs best teller. Betty Burnett “It’s a very special feeling to know that you have given the highest and best services a person could receive and your customers appreciate you and feel like you are worthy of the honor,” Burnett said. “Thanks to all my customers.”