F E B R U A R Y 2021
Healthy Hall Awards 2021
Tuesday, March 2nd
Chairmanâ€™s Column page 2
11:30 am - 1:00 pm | via Zoom
Meetings & Events page 4
Tune in March 2 to see this year's winners!
Small Business of the Month page 5 New Members Page 6 Healthy Hall Awards page 7 Member Announcements page 10 Economic Development Report page 11 2020 Healthy Hall Award Recipients
Non-Profit Highlight page 15
save the date Tuesday, February 9 Small Business Seminar Via Zoom Tuesday, February 23 South Hall Business Coalition VE S! Via Zoom SA TE
Tuesday, March 2 Healthy Hall Awards Program Via Zoom
Healthy Hall Awards Tune in as outstanding healthcare professionals and organizations are recognized at the Chamber's 4th 2021 NORTH GEORGIAon Tuesday, Annual Healthy Hall Awards Program March 2 at Lanier Technical College. Sign up for the virtual program via Zoom at GHCC.com/EVENTS.
HOME SHOW VIRTUAL EXPO
1st Monday every month at 10am
These outstanding professionals were recipients of last year's Healthy Hall Awards: (L-R) Front: Chris Paravate, Northeast Georgia Health System; Jessica Dudley, United Way of Hall County; Victoria Thompson, RN, Northeast Georgia Diagnostic Clinic/Northside Cancer Institute; Kay Blackstock, Georgia Mountain Food Bank; Abby Odle, LPN, Northeast Georgia Medical Center; Stephanie Brown, MLS (ASCP), Longstreet Clinic; Heather Burke-Cody, FNP-C, Longstreet Clinic; Dianne Appling, Lifeline of Northeast Georgia Medical Center. (L-R) Back: Chief Jay Parrish, Gainesville Police Department; William T. "Buddy" Langston, Northeast Georgia Health System Foundation; Cheryl Williams, RN, Longstreet Clinic; Dr. Brent Archer, Northeast Georgia Diagnostic Clinic; Richard G. Bennett, Jr., DMD, BGW Dental Group; Dr. John Delzell, Northeast Georgia Health System. Not pictured: Betsy Grunch, MD, FACS, FAANS, Longstreet Clinic.
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2021 Virtual Expo Theme Calendar 1st Monday every month at 10am
HEALTH 2021 New Theme and Speaker each month
Theme is subject to change
February- Plumbing August- Picking the right Gas March- Renovating Company April- Roofing September- Electrician May- Lawn Maintenance OctoberSponsored by Live walk through of 2021 North Georgia Home Show June- Picking the right Sponsored By: November- Kitchen Handyman December- Financial Planning July- Gutters
1st Wednesday every month at 10am
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VOLUME 26 ISSUE 8
Membership: An Outstanding Investment The Greater Hall Chamber's Annual Membership Campaign officially kicked off on February 1. Dozens of volunteers are gearing up to recruit new Chamber members and are offering a host of incentives. Chamber Vice Chairs of Membership Brian Rochester Phil Bonelli, Regions Bank, Rochester & Associates and Brett Fowler, Turner, Chairman, Greater Hall Wood & Smith Insurance, Chamber of Commerce are leading the drive. The Membership Campaign runs through March 31, and volunteers are seeking to develop new business relationships and recruit 100 new members. Chamber members enjoy many benefits including networking and leads development, advertising opportunities, committee participation, small business development programs, resourceful workshops, major expos and events and more. In addition, a Special Incentives Package is available when you join the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce NOW!
Major Impact on Small Businesses Small businesses represent the largest segment of most local chamber membership rolls, and the study indicates that chamber membership has consistent and powerful benefits for small businesses. (93% of the Greater Hall Chamber's members are small businesses.) According to the report, if respondents know that a small business is a member of its local chamber, the business (in Southern U.S.) enjoys a 45% increase in its consumer favorability rating, a 43% increase in consumer awareness, an 83% increase in its local reputation, and an 82% increase in the likelihood that consumers will patronize the business in the future.
A national survey of 2,000 adults reveals that being active in a local chamber of commerce is an effective business strategy because two-thirds of consumers believe that such companies use good business practices, are reputable, care about their customers, and are involved in the community. The study, conducted by The Schapiro Group, an Atlanta-based strategic consulting firm, and commissioned by the American Chamber of Commerce Executives, found consumer perceptions of chamber members to be positive in many ways:
Visibility: Your Chamber increases your visibility within the community.
• When consumers know that a small business is a member of the chamber of commerce, they are 44% more likely to think favorably of it and 63% more likely to purchase goods or services from that company. • If a company shows that it is highly involved in its local chamber, consumers are 10% more likely to think that its products stack up better against its competition.
These are some hefty statistics showing that joining the Greater Hall Chamber can be the best investment you've ever made! More Benefits Networking: People do business with people they know. Your chamber creates networking opportunities with other business professionals and fosters relationships.
Supporting Economic Growth: The Chamber directly impacts local business environments and the local economy, creating a win-win for everyone. Access to Resources: The Greater Hall Chamber connects you with resources that you need to thrive through committees, monthly programs and informative workshops. Community Involvement: Supporting your local community increases quality of life for everyone. Many thanks to our members and volunteers! We appreciate each organization's contribution to our success. If you're not a member, I urge you to join during the Membership Drive that runs through March 31.
Joining the Chamber may be the BEST INVESTMENT you'll ever make! SIGN UP NOW during the membership campaign for extra benefits. Call 770-532-6206 or join online at GHCC.com/membership. 2
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McKemie West, Editor • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 230 E.E. Butler Pkwy • Gainesville GA 30501 • 770-532-6206 • GreaterHallChamber.com Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce
2020-2021 Executive Committee Chairman Brian Rochester Rochester & Associates Chairman-Elect Phil Sutton Kubota Manufacturing of America Treasurer Glennis Barnes, Georgia Power Vice Chair, Economic Development David Lee, Jackson EMC Vice Chair, Marketing Missy Burgess, Lanier Islands Vice Chair, Government Affairs Philip Wilheit, Jr. Wilheit Packaging
Vice Chairs, Education Andi Farmer Milton Martin Honda Lauren Armour Talley Lanier Technical College Vice Chair, South Hall Council Terry Merck, American Yazaki Vice Chairs, Membership Brett Fowler Turner, Wood & Smith Insurance Phil Bonelli, Regions Bank Vice Chair Community Development Haley Bower, Clipper Petroleum Chair, Vision 2030 Tate O’Rouke, Jackson EMC
Vision 2030 Executive Director Elizabeth Higgins Co-Chairs, HALLmark Paul Chambers, AT&T Mimi Collins, Longstreet Clinic Randall Frost, Stewart, Melvin & Frost Senior Advisor Brian Daniel Carroll Daniel Construction Immediate Past Chair Carol Burrell Northeast Georgia Health System Greater Hall Chamber President & CEO Kit Dunlap
2020-2021 Board of Directors Christa Andrews, Corporate Storage Norman Baggs, The Times Neal Booth, Pinnacle Bank Chris Braswell, The Norton Agency Chris Brown, Delta Community Credit Union Whitney Brown, Stewart, Melvin & Frost Nick Bruner, Rushton Dan Carey, BB&T/TRUIST Tammy Caudell, Carroll Daniel Construction Sean Couch, Northeast Georgia Health System Shanna Cronic, Northeast Georgia Diagnostic Clinic Ashley Davis, Lawson Air Conditioning & Plumbing Larry Derby, Liberty David Dickerson, Law Office of David H. Dickerson Stacey Dickson, Lake Lanier CVB Danny Dunagan, Mayor, City of Gainesville Drew Echols, Jaemor Farms Dr. Suzanne Erickson, Brenau University Josh Everett, New Leaf Landscape Services Jim Grier, Mayor, City of Lula Emily Hayes, Milton Martin Toyota Tracy Hoeltke Herter, Netchex Richard Higgins, Chair, Hall County Commission Anna Jacobs, AccessWDUN Ben Jarrard, University of North Georgia Logan Jones, Wilheit Packaging Brooke Kalinauskas, Conditioned Air Systems Jay Kilroy, Willis Investment Counsel Geoff Lee, Craton, Inc. Dr. Kate Maine, University of North Georgia Ward McCamy, Bank of America Tim McDonald, Lanier Technical College
JD Mealor, Regions Bank Ashton Meeks, Willis Investment Counsel Mike Miller, Mayor, City of Flowery Branch Sheri Millwood, Oakwood City Council Caitlin Mincey, Mincey Marble Manufacturing Dr. Kirsty Montgomery, Lakeview Academy Terry Morrisey, Intelligent Energy Chris Nish, Cottrell James Nix, Mayor, City of Clermont Bill Orr, Mayor, Town of Braselton Dr. Jeff Payne, North Georgia Eye Clinic Todd Pennington, McGarity’s Business Products Michele Piucci, Peach State Bank & Trust Col. Stas Preczewski, Riverside Military Academy Brad Puryear, Mansfield Energy Derek Reyes, Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta Vanesa Sarazua, Hispanic Alliance Georgia Will Schofield, Hall County School System Mulham Shbeib, Mar-Jac Poultry Dr. Anne Skleder, Brenau University Terry Spicer, King’s Hawaiian Bakery Margaret Spratlin, Longstreet Clinic Kevin Strada, The Atlanta Falcons John Turner, Northeast Georgia Health System Roy Turpin, Mayor, City of Gillsville Philip Wilheit, Wilheit Packaging Dr. Jeremy Williams, Gainesville City Schools Darryl Workman, South State Bank John Wright, Fieldale Farms Mike Zeiler, Bitzer US, Inc. Nancy Jo Zimmer, JP Morgan Chase Bank
Greater Hall Chamber Staff Executive Kit Dunlap, President & CEO Gerri Collins, Executive Assistant Economic Development Tim Evans, Vice President Nikki Chandler, Vice President Existing Industry Amanda Lewis, Project Manager Madison Hopkins, Project Manager Finance & Operations David Umberson, Vice President, Finance & HR Membership Development Mandy Lathem, Vice President, Events Christen Wilbanks, Vice President, Sales Kara Tate, Vice President, Sales & Programs
Government Affairs Madison Hopkins, Project Manager South Hall Council Kara Tate, Vice President, Sales & Programs Community Development Robin Halstead, Vice President VISION 2030 Elizabeth Higgins, Executive Director Marketing & Communications Kemie West, Business Link Editor/Consultant Greater Hall Chamber Welcome Center Robin Halstead, Manager
Education & Leadership Andi Tippens, Vice President The mission of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce is to improve the overall business climate for member growth, promote community development, facilitate political action, and enhance the quality of life.
HE A LTH Y HE A RTS FOR A L L .
At The Heart Center of Northeast Georgia Medical Center (NGMC), we believe that living your best life starts with a strong and healthy heart. From disease prevention and proactive diagnostics to innovative procedures and advanced long-term treatments, weâ€™re committed to providing the highest level of heart care for every stage of life.
To learn more or to request an appointment, call 770-415-8819 or visit heartngmc.org/appointment.
South Hall Business Coalition Tuesday, February 23
10:00 am - 11:00 am via Zoom
Vision 2030 Overview
Register for this Virtual Webinar online at GHCC.com/events
Elizabeth Higgins Executive Director Vision 2030
Wednesday, Feburary 3
Questions? Kara Tate, email@example.com 770-532-6206 x 103
Thank You South Hall Business Coalition Sponsors!
Wednesday, March 3
"Tax Tips for Small Business" Presented by Rusty Hopkins & Randy Jessup, BatesCarter 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. | via Zoom
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
3:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. Scott's Downtown | Gainesville Wednesday, February 10
Human Resource Council 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Friday, February 12
Economic Development Council 8:30 a.m. | via Zoom
Tuesday, February 16
Wednesday, February 17
Gainesville Civic Center
Meet hundreds of JOB SEEKERS face-to-face!
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
830 Green Street in Gainesville
Reserve your employer booth now â€˘ Sponsorships available INFO: Amanda Lewis, 770-532-6206 x 111 â€˘ firstname.lastname@example.org
AccessWDUN Alliant Health Plans Caldwell Electrical Contractors Gainesville Mechanical Halski Systems Lanier Technical College Longstreet Clinic
Milton Martin Honda Northeast Georgia Diagnostic Clinic Northeast Georgia Health System Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton
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Issues Committee 9:00 a.m.
Thursday, February 18
Signs by Tomorrow South Hall Rotary Club Store More Self Storage Stribling-Whalen Financial Group The Times University of North Georgia
Healthcare Committee Tuesday, March 9
Small Business Seminar
"Make Your Brand Stand Out" Presented by the effectv Team 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. | via Zoom
3:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. Scott's Downtown | Gainesville Wednesday, March 10
Human Resource Council 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Friday, March 12
Economic Development Council 8:30 a.m. | via Zoom Tuesday, March 16
Vision 2030 Board Meeting 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Wednesday, March 17
Chamber Executive Committee
Issues Committee 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Tuesday, February 23
Chamber Executive Committee
Vision 2030 Update 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. | via Zoom
Thursday, March 25
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
South Hall Business Coalition
Thursday, February 25
Thank You Chamber Event Sponsors!
Virtual Healthy Hall Awards Program
Tuesday, February 9
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
The Job Fair is the PERFECT FORUM for companies hiring to RECRUIT EMPLOYEES.
Tuesday, March 2
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. | via Zoom
Vision 2030 Board Meeting
Spring Job Fair Wednesday, March 31
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Small Business Seminar Join the South Hall Business Coalition for an update from Tate O'Rouke and Elizabeth Higgins on all the exciting happenings with Vision 2030.
Tate O'Rouke Chair, Vision 2030 Jackson EMC
Chamber Board of Directors 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Register for events online at GHCC.com/events
Thursday, March 18
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Chamber Board of Directors 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 31
Job Fair & Career Expo 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Gainesville Civic Center Open to the Public
The Chamber closely monitors COVID-19 regulations and guidance and may convert in person events to virtual only if needed. All registered participants will be notified by e-mail of any changes. Check the Chamber calendar daily for updates. GHCC.com/EVENTS
small business development
Small Business of the Month Bluefin Hibachi & Sushi
Raymond Yap opened his first restaurant in New England in 1996 and opened Bluefin Hibachi and Sushi in Gainesville in 2014. Raymond sought to introduce the flavors of Asian cooking to the people of Hall County. The restaurant serves dishes that span the spectrum of Chinese, Japanese, Malaysian, Thai and more. Their diverse offerings ensure Bluefin's (L-R) Dawn Lindsay, Head Server, Raymond Yap, Owner, and Peggy Lim, General Manager. that there's a little something for everyone. Raymond describes the food as approachable, fresh, and most importantly, delicious. They have been voted the “Best Asian Restaurant” for the past six years and “Best Family Restaurant” for the past four years in the Times' “Best of Hall” contest. The Bluefin team strives to create a welcoming, family friendly atmosphere and frequently host birthday parties and other special occasions. They look forward to deepening their connections within the Hall County community in the future. Bluefin Hibachi and Sushi, 1642 Park Hill Drive, Gainesville, GA 30501. 678-999-4392. bluefingainesville.com
Health Plan for Small Business The Georgia Chamber SMART Plan is a health care solution that gives small businesses an easier, more affordable way to offer health care to employees, with a lot less worry. The Greater Hall Chamber, in partnership with the Georgia Chamber, has teamed up with Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield (Anthem) to offer Chamber members (with 2-50 employees) an opportunity to participate in a larger, self-funded pool. This way, small businesses can join together to share in the overall claims risk and have financial protection backed by Anthem. In addition, this great health plan alternative offers: • Competitive rates • Predictable, fixed monthly payments • Flexibility in choice of benefit plans • Broad networks through Anthem’s Open Access POS & Essential Rx Greater Hall Chamber members can learn more about the SMART Plan through your insurance agent or contact Chamber Vice Chair of Membership, Brett Fowler at Turner, Wood and Smith Insurance, 770-536-0161 ext. 231. Email: email@example.com or contact Kara Tate or Christen Wilbanks at the Chamber, 770-532-6206.
Small Business Success Seminar Tuesday, February 9 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. | via Zoom
"Tax Tips for Small Business"
Join CPA's Randy Jessup and Rusty Hopkins with BatesCarter for "Small Business Tax Update – What you need to know for 2021 and beyond" with discussion on the following: 1) Small Business Tax Update 2) PPP Loan Forgiveness & COVID-19 Tax Issues 3) Personal Tax Update for Small Business
Rusty Hopkins, CPA Partner, BatesCarter
Randy Jessup, CPA Partner, BatesCarter
4) Best Practices in Small Business Tax 5) What to Expect in Taxes Looking Forward
Register for Virtual Small Business Seminars online at GHCC.com/events
You will receive an e-mail confirmation with Zoom log-in instructions once you register. Small Businesses represents the heart of our economy and a dominant source of job creation. 93% of the Greater Hall Chamber’s members are small businesses.
Upcoming Small Business Seminars Tuesday, March 9 Small Business Seminar
"Building Your Brand to Stand Out"
Presented by the team of professionals at effectv 9:00 am | Via Zoom No Charge for Chamber Members You'll not want to miss this seminar by effectv (formerly Comcast) with tips to make your brand stand out in a crowded market! The effectv team will cover: 1) How to have a modern brand promise; 2) Set up your Google my Business; 3) Bring your brand to life through video; 4) Expand your brand using tactics such as TV; digital & VOD; 5) Create an engaging message.
Become a Chamber 2021 CERTIFIED Small Business Partner by simply attending six (6) Small Business Seminars this year. CERTIFIED Partners Receive
• Certificate of Completion • Certified Small Business Door Decal
• Recognition at a Chamber Board Meeting
• Announcement in the Business Link
Chamber Small Business Seminars are held monthly on topics of interest to small business. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, seminars are currently in virtual format. Check the Chamber's online calendar at GHCC.com/EVENTS for up-todate info or contact Amanda Lewis, 770-532-6206 x 111. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Small Business Seminars are sponsored by AccessWDUN, Caldwell Electrical Contractors, Gainesville Mechanical and The Times.
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membership development Jaemor Celebrates 40 Years
The Echols family has farmed in Hall and surrounding counties for over 100 years (L-R) the late Valvoreth Echols, Jimmy, Jarl, Judah and Drew Echols. Jaemor Farm Market turned forty years old last month. Beginning as a roadside fruit stand in the 1960s, the thriving agribusiness has seen 12 expansions over the years. The farm itself has doubled in size within the last ten years and is now up to some 500 acres. Since 1912, the Echols family has grown peaches in the tri-county area of Hall, Banks and Habersham counties, and the farm was recognized as a Centennial Farm in 2012. Jimmy and Valvoreth Echols owned Jaemor Farm Market from 1981 until 2015 when they sold the market to their sons Jarl and Judah Echols and grandson, Drew. Although the farm initially produced only peaches, chickens and cattle – it now produces over 15 crops including peaches, strawberries, blackberries, apples, tomatoes, squash and pumpkins. While Jimmy has “retired” as owner, you'll still find him working on the farm or stocking peaches – making four generations working on the farm and in the market! jaemorfarms.com
Canopy Tree & Land Company Deep Roots Landscape has teamed up with Gee Heating & Air Conditioning and Consign & Design Interiors in a new partnership – Canopy Tree & Land Company. (L-R) Joseph Gee, Jacob Gee, Brian Baily, Ben Filchak and John Baxter. Canopy offers various tree care services including tree removal, pruning / maintenance, tree cabling, plant healthcare and much more. Anchored around an ISA Certified Arborist, Canopy is fully staffed and equipped with heavy machinery to accomplish any project size. Our team of seasoned veterans are committed to safety, friendly service and sustainability. Book your free estimate today! 678-928-9833. CanopyTreeandLand.com 6
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welcome new members Black Fade Media David Pelletier 546 North Avenue Gainesville, GA 30501 470-768-1488 - Marketing / Production blackfademedia.com
North Georgia Builders Lindsay Addison 6405 Oak Valley Drive Cumming, GA 30040 404-804-1126 - Construction northgabuilders.com
Canopy Tree and Land Co. Brian Bailey 5160 Cleveland Highway Suite C Gainesville, GA 30506 678-928-9833 - Tree Service canopytreeandland.com
Peachtree Packaging Kris Hall 770 Marathon Parkway Lawrenceville, GA 30046 770-822-1304 - Manufacturing Packaging peachtreepackaging.com
Hulsey, Oliver & Mahar Vanessa E. Sykes 200 E.E. Butler Parkway Gainesville, GA 30501 770-532-6312 - Attorney homlaw.com Natalie Jane's Catering Lisa Burkey 6009 Main Street Lula, GA 30554 706-768-6739 - Restaurant & Catering nataliejanescatering.com
Semiotic Marketing International (SMI) Lorrie Griffith 4042 Enterprise Way Suite 130 Flowery Branch, GA 30542 470-778-3770 - Advertising; Printing smidifference.com Shoreline Transfer Aaron Conner 195 Pearl Nix Pkwy, Suite 4 Gainesville, GA 30501 770-297-0235 - Transportation & Trucking shorelinetransfer.com
Shoreline Transfer Express Aaron Conner 195 Pearl Nix Parkway Suite 4 Gainesville, GA 30501 770-297-0235 - Transportation & Trucking shorelinetransfer.com Station 300 Gainesville Cheyenne Ergle 2317 Browns Bridge Road Gainesville, GA 30504 770-536-5563 - Recreation station300gainesville.com Sun Realty Group William Ferguson 800 Georgia Avenue Suite 4 Gainesville, GA 30501 678-925-8375 - Real Estate fergusonga.com Thermacell Repellents Randy Crawford 943 Gainesville Highway Buford, GA 30518 770-558-0287 - Mosquito Control thermacell.com
Benefits of Chamber Membership • Listing in the Membership Directory
• Advertising, Publicity, Sponsorships
• Listing in Online Business Directory
• Business Referrals
• Subscription to Business Link
• Leads & Networking Groups
• Entry to Networking Events
• Increased Business Exposure
• Access to Forums and Seminars
• Ribbon Cuttings
• Volunteer Opportunities
• Valuable Business Connections
• Visibility & Community Involvement
Healthy Hall Awards 2021 Tuesday, March 2nd
SAMUEL LATIMER RUSHTON’S NEWEST PARTNER
11:30 am - 1:00 pm | via Zoom The 4th Annual Healthy Hall Awards program on March 2 will honor those in the healthcare industry making a significant impact on our quality of life through excellence in health and wellness.
2021 Award Categories
Tune in on March 2 to see this year's winners! Advanced Practice Provider of the Year Corporate Achievement Recognition Visionary Leader Community Impact Healthcare Education Outstanding Achievement in Behavioral Health Healthcare Worker of the Year Nurse of the Year Dentist of the Year Physician of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award
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“Providing our clients with solutions to their RUSHTON – part of my job.” challenges is the–most rewarding Samuel Latimer’s insight, experience and enthusiasm have made him a vital part of our leadership team since joining Rushton in 2012. He now takes the next step as a partner.
Evie and Dr. William T. "Buddy" Langston at the 2020 Healthy Hall Awards Luncheon where Dr. Langston, a retired pediatrician and founding partner of Longstreet Clinic, received the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Samuel has a passion for assisting clients with their accounting and internal controls. He also performs consulting work and enjoys teaching professional education classes. A ﬁrm believer in building a strong community, he is a past president of the Gainesville Jaycees and serves on the Youth Leadership Hall County PAC team. Welcome new partner, Samuel Latimer.
Healthy Hall Awards 2021 • March 2 Attend Virtually via Zoom (no charge) Online Registration: GHCC.com/EVENTS
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2021 NORTH GEORGIA
HOME SHOW VIRTUAL EXPO
1st Monday every month at 10am New Theme and Speaker each month Theme is subject to change February- Plumbing March- Renovating April- Roofing May- Lawn Maintenance June- Picking the right Handyman July- Gutters
August- Picking the right Gas Company September- Electrician October- Live walk through of 2021 North Georgia Home Show November- Kitchen December- Financial Planning
Register to attend at https://www.gainesvilletimes.com/virtualevents/
2021 Virtual Expo Theme Calendar
Sponsored by Sponsored By:
1st Wednesday every month at 10am New Theme and Speaker each month Theme is subject to change February- Elder Care & Heart Health March- Diabetes April- Ortho May- Stroke Awareness June- Financial Planning July- Mental Health
August- Cancer Awareness September- Healthy Aging October- Open Enrollment & Advance Care Planning November- Alzheimerâ€™s and Brain Awareness December- Respiratory Care
To become a speaker contact Megan Lewis at 770-535-6371 or at email@example.com
member news Count on Tools 30th Anniversary
Count On Tools (COT) is celebrating their 30th year in business. Curt and Renee Couch started the company in 1991 as a PB Swiss Tools distributor and have since added Surface Mount Technology (SMT) and Contract Manufacturing divisions. COT’s commitment and goal is to be the number one supplier of precision engineered components to a wide range of market sectors. With 35 employees, COT provides global manufacturing solutions with expertise in smallarms components, consumable manufacturing, as well as nonwoven and adhesion system technology. COT serves several sectors of commercial manufacturing creating an unrestricted growth trend for the company. In 2017, they invested more than $2 million towards the expansion of their manufacturing facility in Gainesville. COT is involved with the Chamber’s Work Force Task Force and regularly employs high school students as part of the Work Based Learning program. They also allow student and faculty groups to tour the facility. 2481 Hilton Drive, Suite 3, Gainesville, GA 30501. 770-538-0411. cotinc.com or pbtools.us
Job Fair & Career Expo on March 31 10am-2pm | Gainesville Civic Center | Free & Open to the Public Job Seekers: The community Spring Job Fair will feature 60+ employer booths and is a great opportunity to learn about local companies that are hiring. Be prepared to meet employers face-to-face and complete job applications on site. This event is open to the public, and there is no admission fee. Employers: The job fair is a great opportunity to recruit qualified employees and typically draws close to 1,000 job seekers. Booth space is limited. Sponsorships available! The job fair is coordinated by the Greater Hall Chamber, Georgia Department of Labor, Lanier Technical College, and the Gainesville Area Employer Committee. INFO: Amanda Lewis, 770-532-6206 x 111. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. GHCC.com/JOBS
Phil Neikro: A Local Hero
Hall of Fame pitcher Phil Niekro was a resident and long time supporter of Gainesville-Hall County, making an impact through his involvement with numerous local non-profits. Niekro was inducted into Baseball’s Hall of Fame in 1997. The iconic knuckleballer collected 318 wins over a 24-year career that included stints with the Braves (1964-83 and '87), Yankees ('84-85), Tribe ('86-87) and Blue Jays ('87). He was a five-time AllStar and five-time Gold Glove Award winner who finished within the top six in National League Cy Young Award balloting five times from '69-82. 10
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• The Hall County Sheriff's Department was awarded first place in the Annual Governor's Challenge, which recognizes outstanding achievements in highway safety enforcement and education. Hall County’s Traffic and Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic Units were named Agency of the Year by MADD and the Governor's Office of Highway Safety. • The Chamber is dedicated to providing resources for employers and job opportunities for the community. Visit GHCC.com/JOBS for a listing of 60+ employers hiring. Link to apply directly for careers with area companies like HomeStar Financial, Humane Society of Northeast Georgia, Koch Foods and Medlink Georgia. The Chamber's Spring Job Fair & Career Expo is March 31 (10am-2pm) at the Gainesville Civic Center. The event is open to the public with 65+ companies that are hiring on hand. Exhibit space and sponsorships available. email@example.com • In the fight against COVID-19, Northeast Georgia Health System (NGHS) is making every effort to prepare for a potential influx of patients that could lead to a staffing shortage. In response, NGHS is recruiting community volunteers to serve in nonclinical roles at the Northeast Georgia Medical Center campuses in Gainesville, Braselton, Barrow and Lumpkin. For details, visit nghs.com/volunteer. • Jennifer Williams, Lanier Technical College’s medical assisting program director and practicum coordinator, was recently honored with the national Golden Apple Award. The award recognizes a medical assistant who exhibits “outstanding dedication to and accomplishments in the field of medical assisting education." laniertech.edu • Corporate Storage President Jimmy Adams announced the company's attainment of SQF (Safe Quality Food) Certification with an audit score of 100 and “Excellent" rating. Globally recognized in the food industry, SQF Certification is a food quality and safety program designation awarded following a thorough and extensive auditing process. Corporate Storage provides offsite storage and warehousing services for palletized commodities, dry goods and document management. Corporate-Storage.com
• The Boys and Girls Clubs of Lanier is gearing up for the 23rd annual Rubber Duck Derby at Lake Lanier Olympic Park on Saturday, May 15 (11:00 am- 3:00 pm). Become a sponsor and join in the fun! Your sponsorship helps 7,000 kids each year in 15 local clubs. Reach out to Brenda Bohn at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 770-361-3720 for more information about sponsorship opportunities and benefits. Sponsorship deadline is February 12. boysgirlsclubs.com • Lisbeth Fabiny, owner/operator of Five Seasons Health, is offering a Community Give-back Special. Due to the hardships of 2020, she's offering 20 three-month "Make Progress" coaching packages (ten 1 hour sessions) for $180 (valued at $1,375). First come, first serve - deadline is March 1. Five Seasons works with others to facilitate better health and happier, more productive lives. Lisbeth is an Emory University Certified Health Coach, a Wellcoaches® Certified Health Coach, and a Nationally Certified Wellness Coach. fiveseasonshealth.org • The City of Gainesville will host the 2021 Georgia Police & Fire Games on June 20-26 at various venues across Gainesville-Hall County. The week-long event will draw some 1,200 competitors from throughout the state whose careers have been devoted to public safety (active or retired). Challenges range from a 5K Race, Pistol Match and Tactical Drone Ops to Flag Football, Motorcycle Races and a Bass Fishing Tournament! Traditional competitions include the likes of golf, basketball and tennis. For volunteer or sponsorship info: Robyn Lynch, 770-2975499 or email@example.com • Greater Hall Chamber staff recently updated the 2021 Directory of Elected Officials complete with listings of all Gainesville-Hall County officials including judicial branches, local municipalities, and meeting dates. Drop by the Chamber at 230 E.E. Butler Parkway in Gainesville for a copy or view/ download at GHCC.com/resource-center. Details: Madison Hopkins, project manager, 770-532-6206. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 Year End Report
economic development The Greater Hall Chamber Economic Development Council's 2020 year-end report includes 12 new and expanding firms adding 460 new jobs and $200 million in new capital investment to Gainesville-Hall County. 2020 has been a year full of challenges with the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly for our healthcare service providers, the hospitality industry and some small businesses. However, there were encouraging announcements and developments in 2020 that indicate better than average economic performance for Gainesville-Hall County when compared to other Metro Areas in Georgia and the Nation. • New corporate facilities announced in 2020 include Amazon in South Hall, Fitueyes, ADD-USA, Dongwon Tech and the new Agile Cold Storage facility under construction on Athens Highway. • Existing industry expansions include Hydro, PPG, CantrellGainco and Corporate Storage. Previously announced projects currently under construction are Kubota’s new R&D facility, Fox Factory and the expansion at Mars-Wrigley.
• Major developments underway include Gainesville Renaissance and Gainesville Solis in Downtown Gainesville; the Residential Group developments in Flowery Branch; and at the University of North Georgia Gainesville campus. Projects in the works include The National, a hotel and conference center development in Downtown Gainesville. • Residential development grew with a record-setting 1,531 single-family home construction permits issued by local governments in 2020 – a 37% increase over 2019. According to Abernathy Cochran Real Estate Group at The Norton Agency, home sales were up 17% in 2020 with the average and median home prices up 16% and 14%. • 2.5 million square feet of new industrial speculative building developments are underway in Gainesville, Oakwood, Flowery Branch and Buford with many local firms employed in the construction and development of these projects. • In 2020, Site Selection Magazine named Gainesville-Hall County one of the top Small Metros in the Nation for job
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creation and investment. Similarly, Forbes Magazine has rated Gainesville-Hall County as one of the “Best Small Places for Business & Careers” for the last six years. • Georgia has earned the #1 ranking for its business environment for an unprecedented eighth year in a row, and Gainesville-Hall County has been the top job producing Metropolitan Area in the state. • Since 2015, the Chamber’s economic development program has assisted 118 new and expanding businesses for 5,750 jobs and $1.5 billion in new capital investment. Our success in economic development has been a product of community leadership working together on infrastructure planning and investment to support business growth. In 2021, infrastructure implementation, such as in the new, +1,000 acre Gainesville 85 Business Park, will be important to developing a future place to grow for expanding existing industries and new businesses.
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Hackers Holiday Golf Tournament Friday, April 23
2020 Hackers Holiday winners (1st place, 1st Flight) Carroll Daniel Construction Company Team (L-R) Scott Oberschlake, Eldon Gowens, Alan Schuetze and John Haynes.
10:00 a.m. Shotgun Start
Legacy on Lanier Golf Club
Karina Collins and Kit Dunlap, Chamber President & CEO. Karina won the Ladies Longest Drive contest. She's the daughter of Namon Collins, Allstate Insurance, and plays golf for the Gainesville Red Elephants.
at Lanier Islands
Swing into Spring at the Greater Hall Chamber's 42nd Annual Hackers Holiday Golf Tournament! Register as an individual or as a team for a day of golf at beautiful Legacy on Lanier Golf Club at Lanier Islands. Entry Fee: $175 per player $650 Foursome Includes green fee, cart, breakfast, box lunch, snacks and drinks. Awards presented in three flights, Hole-In-One prizes, closest to the pin, longest drive, putting contest and so much more.
The 19th Hole Reception sponsored by AT&T follows the tournament at the clubhouse with awards, drawings, great food and fellowship.
To register for Hackers Holiday or inquire about great sponsorship opportunities, contact Kara Tate at 770-532-6206 x 103. Email: email@example.com Online: GHCC.com/EVENTS
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Chamber Event Sponsor Opportunities MARCH 2021 Transportation Forum 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. UNG Gainesville Campus
Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 21 Chamber Chase 5K & Wellness Walk 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Lanier Islands
Wednesday, MARCH 31 SPRING Job Fair & Career Expo 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Gainesville Civic Center
Wednesday OCTOBER 6 HealthSmart Wellness Expo 7:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Lanier Technical College
Friday, APRIL 23 Hackers Holiday Golf Tournament 10:00 a.m. Shotgun Start Lanier Islands
Wednesday, NOVEMBER 17 Industry Appreciation Luncheon 11 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lanier Technical College
Thursday, MAY 13 113th Annual Meeting & Gala 6:00 p.m. Chattahoochee Country Club
Thursday, DECEMBER 9 Annual Eggs & Issues Breakfast 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Lanier Technical College
Thursday SEPTEMBER 9 FALL Job Fair & Career Expo 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Gainesville Civic Center
Note: Event dates/times are subject to change. For current info, visit GHCC.com/events
Consider promoting your company by sponsoring an upcoming Chamber event. Great exposure and publicity! For info, call 770-532-6206.
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Partners in Education Mt. Vernon Exploratory School | Syfan Logistics
As a Partner in Education, Syfan Logistics provides many resources for Mt. Vernon Exploratory School such as the newly installed tables for students to enjoy lunch in an outdoor environment. "We have had wonderful support from our Partners in Education (PIE) this year," said Jennifer Westbrook, Principal, Mt. Vernon Exploratory School (MVES). "One well-deserving partner is Syfan Logistics." Through their generosity and support, the elementary school has been able to provide the best possible learning experience for students during the COVID-19 pandemic and this unique school year. Syfan Logistics recently donated new outdoor tables for students to enjoy lunch in an outdoor environment. A long time Chamber and community supporter, Syfan Logistics is an asset-based, $150 million company with over 250 employees and nearly four decades of experience. A leader in transportation logistics, the Syfan family and employees are committed to excellence and working together with a Christian core value of setting an example to serve others and inspire other businesses and individuals to do the same. syfanlogistics.com Coordinated by the Greater Hall Chamber, PIE provides support of regional education partnerships, including all 44 public city and county schools (elementary, middle and high school levels) and over 350 partnering organizations. To learn how your organization can become a PIE, contact Andi Tippens, Chamber Vice President of Education, 678-971-6331, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Online: GHCC.com/education
Over 360 made the pledge, have you? Being hALL IN means you’ve pledged to wear a mask, practice social distancing, wash your hands and abide by other health and safety guidelines outlined by the CDC, White House and State of Georgia to stop the spread of COVID-19. Over 360 area businesses and individuals have taken the pledge, have you? By taking the pledge, your business/name is added to the wearehALLin.com website. You’ll also receive a hALL IN window decal. It’s important that we protect ourselves and our community from the flu. The flu vaccine is the most effective way to prevent the flu, and the CDC recommends everyone six months and older should get a flu vaccine. Keep your employees safe! Go to WeArehALLin.com, take the pledge and request an On-Site Flu Shot Clinic at your business.
Leadership Hall County (LHC) Class Member Jessica Palacios, owner of Cardinal Ridge Group, participates in one of Leadership Hall's recent program sessions via Zoom. Congratulations to Jessica, the first person in her class to complete ALL of her LHC homework! Leadership Hall's January Bonus Break focused on local industry progress and featured Tim Evans, Chamber VP of Economic Development, as the guest speaker. Tim discussed growth and industry in Gainesville-Hall County, sharing numerous exciting projects with the class. The LHC class reviewed the recently released 2020 Economic Development Year-End Report as well as the 2021 Economic Development Report and the Economic Accolades.
Youth Leadership Hall Youth Leadership Hall class members typically travel to the State Capitol for the Annual State Government program. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the program was delivered in a "hybrid" format this year. In January, Senator Butch Miller welcomed the students via video and gave them an overview of the Georgia Capitol and a brief history lesson on the building. He informed the students of the issues for the upcoming legislation session and discussed the State Budget. Students then had the opportunity to virtually meet our local delegation and watch a recording of Eggs & Issues from the December meeting. Senator Miller was elected in 2010 to represent the 49th Senate District (covering the majority of Hall County), and in January 2018, he was elected Senate President Pro Tempore. He has graciously hosted Youth Leadership Hall County and Leadership Hall participants for many years. We appreciate you, Senator Miller, and your service representing the citizens of Gainesville-Hall County. February 2021 | GreaterHallChamber.com
Spring JOB FAIR & Career Expo
Wednesday, March 31 Work Based Learning With a growing demand for talent and low unemployment in the Gainesville-Hall County Metropolitan Area (3.5% at 2020 year end), the Greater Hall Chamber, area employers and local educators remain focused on Work Based Learning and Youth Apprenticeships for high-skilled career paths in demand by area businesses. Building a sustainable workforce for Gainesville-Hall County that possesses the skills needed by today’s – and tomorrow’s – employers is of high priority. In 2020, Lanier Technical College reached a record enrollment of over 5,000 students at the Gainesville campus. The Chamber’s Workforce Development Task Force is partnering with Lanier Technical College, Hall County Schools, Gainesville City Schools, Brenau University, the University of North Georgia and private businesses to ensure businesses can acquire the talent and skills they need for sustainable growth and to replace our highly skilled workers as they retire.
10:00 am - 2:00 pm Gainesville Civic Center 830 Green Street in Gainesville
The Job Fair & Career Expo is the PERFECT FORUM for companies that are hiring to RECRUIT NEW EMPLOYEES. Meet hundreds of JOB CANDIDATES FACE-to-FACE. Reserve your EMPLOYER EXHIBIT space NOW. Presented by
Employers & Job Seekers The Chamber is dedicated to providing resources to match employer job openings with stellar employees. Currently, over 60 employers have job openings posted on the Greater Hall Chamber’s website – GHCC.com/JOBS. The upcoming Job Fair & Career Expo on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 (10am-2pm) at the Gainesville Civic Center is the perfect forum for both employers and job seekers. The event is open to the public with 60+ companies that are hiring on hand, meeting face-to-face with job seekers. Careers in Healthcare In October 2020, the Greater Hall Chamber released an updated report of the community’s 447 regional healthcare providers that employ more than 14,725 and provide nearly $830 million in annual wages in the community. New medical office developments include the recently opened Medical Plaza II in Gainesville, Emory Orthopedics in Flowery Branch, an expansion at NGMC Braselton and additional service provider locations in Oakwood and Buford. NGHS recently announced a major $500 million campus expansion for the Northeast Georgia Medical Center Gainesville.
Workforce Development Task Force
Building a sustainable workforce for Gainesville-Hall County that possesses the skills needed by today’s, and tomorrow’s, employers. Collaborating with area employers, educators and business leaders to create new programs, market existing programs, remove barriers and influence perceptions. For more about Work-Based Learning or Youth Apprenticeships: Nikki Chandler, 770-532-6206. email@example.com
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Recruit Quality Employees • Open to the Public No Admission Fee • 700+ to Attend Job Candidates Onsite • Convenient Location INFO
Amanda Lewis, 770-532-6206 x 111 firstname.lastname@example.org Register Online at GHCC.com/EVENTS The Job Fair is a partnership of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce, Lanier Technical College, Gainesville Area Employer Committee, and the Georgia Department of Labor.
community development BeeHive Homes vaccinates residents BeeHive Homes, an assisted living facility in Gainesville, administered the 1st dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to residents on January 7. Located at 1073 South Enota Drive, Beehive Homes is owned by Nikul and Nayna Parikh. The 19-suite facility offers a small senior care setting in which residents get personalized attention to their needs. The staff provides 24-hour assistance, and each staff member is well trained to meet the care needs of each individual resident. Services include private rooms, daily housekeeping and laundry services, a secure outdoor courtyard, beauty salon, delicious dietitian approved meals, and more. 470-228-8928. beehivehomes.com
COVID-19 Vaccine Resources Vaccines currently (1/26/21) available to those 65 and older, healthcare workers, residents and staff of long-term care facilities, law enforcement, firefighters, 911 dispatchers and first responders.
Longstreet Clinic LongstreetClinic.com Appointments required - No walk-ins 770-718-1122 725 Jesse Jewell Parkway in Gainesville
Northeast Georgia Health System Northeast Georgia Physicians Group NGHS.com/covid-19/vaccine-registration Appointments required - No walk-ins 770-219-9000 Multiple locations in Hall County More information: NGHS.com/covid-19/vaccine-updates
MedLink Georgia Appointments required - No walk-ins 520 Jesse Jewell Parkway in Gainesville 770-287-0290 or 706-521-3113 Note: Wait list for Gainesville-Hall County but available in nearby counties
Hall County Health Department phdistrict2.org Appointments required - No walk-ins 888-426-5073 or 770-531-5692 1290 Athens Street in Gainesville Basic info about the COVID-19 vaccine: DPH.georgia.gov/covid-vaccine
Retailers / Pharmacies Kroger - krogerhealth.com Ingles - ingles-markets.com Publix - publix.com/covid-vaccine/georgia Citizen’s Pharmacy - citizenspharmacy.com Riverside Pharmacy - 770-532-6253 Lawrence Pharmacy - 770-532-0786 McElveen’s Pharmacy - 770-534-7675 Lula Pharmacy - 770-869-3616 Woody’s Pharmacy - 770-983-3510
The Hall-Dawson CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) program is a nonprofit organization providing quality advocacy for abused and neglected children in our community. CASA trains and empowers community volunteers in Hall and Dawson counties to help change a child’s story. CASA Volunteers ensure children have someone who will amplify their voice in the courtroom and make sure that their best interests are being served. CASA Volunteers are appointed to a child or sibling group by a Juvenile Court Judge to complete an independent assessment of the child’s and family’s needs, report their findings and make recommendations to the court. Their sole responsibility is to be an independent voice for the child and to advocate to ensure every child receives the services they need to recover from the abuse and neglect they have experienced. Children with a dedicated volunteer by their side have someone who will speak up for their best interests in the courtroom and community, and help them find the road home, wherever it lies. Last year, Hall-Dawson CASA served more than 350 children who are experiencing foster care. Currently, there are more than 100 children who do not have the benefit of CASA advocacy, and volunteers are needed. What can you and your organization do to Change a Child’s Story? • Create a culture of generosity by encouraging employee volunteerism • Advocate for abused and neglected children in our community • Support children in the foster care system by being their voice in and out of court • ACT NOW! For more information: Hall-Dawson CASA 770-531-1964 halldawsoncasa.org
The Greater Hall Chamber is committed to serving its member small businesses and non-profits. Let us promote your organization through a spotlight in the Business Link newsletter. Email info to email@example.com or call 770-532-6206 for more information.
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Jessica Palacios Cardinal Ridge Group
Michele Piucci Peach State Bank
Matt Waters United Community Bank
Tuesday, March 2 2021 Healthy Hall Awards Recognizing our outstanding healthcare professionals, businesses and organizations 11:30 a.m. | via Zoom
Tuesday, February 23 South Hall Business Coalition Vision 2030 Update Presented by Tate O'Rouke & Elizabeth Higgins 10:00 a.m. | via Zoom
Wednesday, March 31 Job Fair & Career Expo Employer exhibit space and sponsorships now available 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Gainesville Civic Center
Nancy Jo Zimmer JP Morgan Chase
TEAM CAPTAIN CONTACT INFO Jessica Palacios | JessicaP@CardinalRidgeGroup.com | 470-310-3060 Michele Piucci | MPiucci@PeachStateBank.com | 770-531-2749 Matt Waters | Matthew_Waters@ucbi.com | 770-561-8078 Darryl Workman | Darryl.Workman@SouthStateBank.com | 678-717-1907 Nancy Jo Zimmer | Nancy.Jo.Zimmer@Chase.com | 678-236-4346
Christen Wilbanks, VP Membership Sales | Kara Tate, VP Sales & Programs
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Upcoming Chamber Events Tuesday, February 9 Small Business Seminar Tax Tips for Small Business With CPA's Rusty Hopkins & Randy Jessup, BatesCarter 9:00 a.m. | via Zoom
Darryl Workman South State Bank
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Friday, April 23 Hacker's Holiday Golf Swing into Spring at this fun annual golf tournament 10:00 a.m. Shotgun Start Legacy on Lanier Golf Club at Lanier Islands
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