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Getting to Know Gwinnett, Inside and Out

Getting to Know Gwinnett, Inside and Out

Kim Hartsock is becoming a recognizable face in Gwinnett County. She serves on the Gwinnett County Planning Commission and the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce Board, is active in Gwinnett Church, has three kids at Gwinnett County Public Schools and co-owns Socks Love Barbeque, a Gwinnett-based restaurant, with her husband. That doesn’t even take into consideration her “day job” at Warren...

Healthcare From the Heart

Healthcare From the Heart

By 2040 nearly 50,000 Gwinnett County residents will be considered poor and unable to afford basic health and dental services according to estimates by the Atlanta Regional Commission. Good Samaritan Health Center of Gwinnett, nicknamed Good Sam, is working to provide non-emergency healthcare and dental services for those poor and uninsured patients now and in the future from two locations...

Technology Trends Have Changed Marketing, but it’s Still About the Story

Technology Trends Have Changed Marketing, but it’s Still About the Story

Founded in 1955 as a traditional family-run advertising firm, Luckie & Co. has transformed into a comprehensive marketing solutions provider bringing “the science of data and art of marketing” to clients worldwide. Still owned and operated by the Luckie family, the company has grown to 120 full-time employees evenly split between their two locations, in Duluth and Birmingham, and was...

A Better Break: Elevate Your Breakroom Services with Savvy Vending

A Better Break: Elevate Your Breakroom Services with Savvy Vending

It’s 3 p.m. and, instead of foraging for change to buy a soda and candy bar from the vending machine that ate your change yesterday, you find yourself holding an individually brewed cup of brand-name coffee, taking in the scent of freshly cut flowers, and surveying the yogurt, granola and trail mix snack options that you can pay for with...

New Year Brings a New Look to the 1818 Club

New Year Brings a New Look to the 1818 Club

As the weather turns warm and the landscape outside changes from brown to green, visitors to the 1818 Club will also notice a fresh look inside. The members-only club located on the third floor of the Gwinnett Chamber building is in the last phase of renovations that update the club from a traditional country club feel to a more urban,...

Everyone is Family at Atlanta Classic Cars

Everyone is Family at Atlanta Classic Cars

A car dealership that’s not a car dealership is how Johanna Ellis Reisinger, president of Atlanta Classic Cars, describes her business. Atlanta Classic Cars is a new- and pre-owned Mercedes-Benz dealership in Duluth, but it is so much more than that, she says. For Reisinger, it’s a family, both literally and figuratively. Reisinger’s grandfather, John Ellis, opened the dealership in...

GDP Technologies Offers Big Company Services with Homegrown Sensibility

GDP Technologies Offers Big Company Services with Homegrown Sensibility

For GDP Technologies, no matter how big they become, Georgia is home and customers are king. Beginning as a printer and copier retailer, GDP Technologies has grown to include technical support, managed IT services and workflow optimization consultation. “Very few businesses have copiers and printers that aren’t tied into the network,” John Schweizer, CEO and President of GDP Technologies said....

Access recordings of Gwinnett Chamber webinars

Access recordings of Gwinnett Chamber webinars

The Gwinnett Chamber has rolled out an expansive portfolio of online offerings to provide you with both connections and valuable content during this uncertain time. Recorded webinars can be viewed HERE. Click HERE to visit our online calendar and get plugged in today.

Governor Kemp issues shelter-in-place order

Governor Kemp issues shelter-in-place order

On Thursday, April 2, 2020, Governor Brian P. Kemp issued a shelter-in-place order for the State of Georgia. The order goes into effect Friday, April 3, 2020 at 6 p.m. and will expire Monday, April 13, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. The Governor’s Executive Order incorporates the Department of Homeland Security guidance regarding “essential critical infrastructure workers.” It appears that our...

Process Certificates of Origin without ever leaving the office

Process Certificates of Origin without ever leaving the office

The Gwinnett Chamber is pleased to provide essCert, which is an online platform that offers exporters and freight forwarders with a secure solution for issuance of electronic Certificates of Origin (eCOs). The system even applies the Chamber’s official stamp and signature digitally. Cloud based, there is no software for the client to install. For more information, click here. As our...

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