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Kendra Scott VP of Brand and Innovation wows at GLOW Luncheon
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Kendra Scott VP of Brand and Innovation wows at GLOW Luncheon

Gwinnett Leadership Organization of Women (GLOW) hosted its spring luncheon featuring Cheryl Mills Knight, VP of Brand and Innovation at Kendra Scott. Cheryl Mills Knight is one of the original “Super 7” joining forces with Kendra Scott in 2005. She has helped grow Kendra Scott from a local startup to a global, billion-dollar brand with...

First American Bank & Trust opens in the heart of Lawrenceville
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First American Bank & Trust opens in the heart of Lawrenceville

First American Bank & Trust is a full-service Community Bank established in 1928. It offers a full range of consumer and commercial deposit and lending services. Additionally, First American offers expertise on a wide range of trust services though our Trust Department and can assist you with any mortgage needs through its full-service Mortgage Department....

Gwinnett Chamber names Paul Oh Manager, Public Policy and Community Affairs
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Gwinnett Chamber names Paul Oh Manager, Public Policy and Community Affairs

The Gwinnett Chamber is pleased to announce the hiring of Paul Oh as Manager, Public Policy & Community Affairs. In his new role, Oh is charged with strengthening the Chamber’s relationships with local, municipal, state and federal officials, as well as expanding the Chamber’s public policy initiatives and reaching out and being a Chamber presence...

Home2 Suites by Hilton Lawrenceville Atlanta Sugarloaf celebrates opening
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Home2 Suites by Hilton Lawrenceville Atlanta Sugarloaf celebrates opening

A suite stay near Infinite Energy Center located in Gwinnett County near Duluth, Home2 Suites by Hilton is five minutes from Infinite Energy Center and just one mile from shopping at Sugarloaf Mills. Dine out or cook in the comfort of your in-suite kitchen. Perks include our complimentary shuttle (M-F 7am-7pm), outdoor patio with fire...

Girl power exudes at GLOW luncheon
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Girl power exudes at GLOW luncheon

More than 150 women were treated to a luncheon and panel of professional women speaking about finding their confidence in their careers at Gwinnett Leadership Organization for Women’s February event. Panelists included Dr. Jann Joseph, Georgia Gwinnett College, Dr. Kellie Middleton, Northside Hospital and Officer Ashley Wilson, Gwinnett County Police Department  The program also gave the attendees an...

Orangetheory Fitness celebrates opening in Sugar Hill
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Orangetheory Fitness celebrates opening in Sugar Hill

Orangetheory is a one-hour, full-body workout, focused on training endurance, strength and power. It uses heart rate-based interval training, which burns more calories post-workout than traditional exercise. Intensity is based on your own individual heart rate zones, making the workout effective for all fitness levels. Visit the newest location at 5019 West Broad Street, Suite...

Sad news from the Gwinnett Chamber
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Sad news from the Gwinnett Chamber

The Gwinnett Chamber family is deeply saddened to announce Misty Aguilar passed away on February 15. We are in shock as Misty was a beloved team member and friend, especially to many of our members. She will be greatly missed and we ask you keep her husband and two young children in your prayers during...

Chairman Nash expresses optimism, highlights challenges ahead in final State of the County Address
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Chairman Nash expresses optimism, highlights challenges ahead in final State of the County Address

The Gwinnett Chamber and Council for Quality Growth hosted a sold-out crowd at the 2020 State of the County Address on Wednesday, Feb. 12. In her address, Gwinnett County Chairman Charlotte Nash called on the audience of more than 940 business, civic, and political leaders to be bold and thoughtful to ensure Gwinnett continues to...

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