Roswell Business Leaders Win GNFCC Awards

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Several Roswell business owners and local leaders were recognized during the 2019 awards program through the Greater North Fulton Chamber. We are proud of the positive impact these individuals have had on the community. Congratulations, everyone!

2019 Small Business Person of the Year – Brian Martin, Righteous Guitars

In 2015, Martin founded Righteous Guitars with the vision of building the finest guitar store in the Southeast and one of the top 10 guitar stores in the world. The National Association of Music Merchants has recognized Righteous Guitars as being one of the Top 100 Music Stores in the world for the past three years. Martin has put his stamp on the high-end guitar market with a deluxe showroom, over-the-top service, and an inventory studded with exclusive models from Gibson, Paul Reed Smith, and others. 

Two additional Roswell business leaders were recognized with high honors through the program. Congratulations to Bonnie Mauldin of The Mauldin Group, and Harry Maugans of Clickagy, for both being named Business Person of Excellence Award Winners.

2019 Nonprofit Leader of the Year – Dr. Steven Palmer, The Cottage School

Palmer has served at every level at The Cottage School, from teacher to superintendent. Under his direction, the school has grown significantly as it continues to expand and advance to meet the needs of every child who may find success in a non-traditional learning environment. The Cottage School has been recognized for excellence by distinguished educators, counselors and psychologists and was named by the Masters in Special Education Resource Guide as one of their Top 50 Best Private Special Needs Schools in the United States.

Also in the nonprofit arena, two more Roswell nonprofit leaders were honored for their impact on the community. Congratulations to Chris Nelson of the Chattahoochee Nature Center and Amy O’Dell of Jacob’s Ladder Neurodevelopment School and Therapy Center for both being selected as Community Impact Award Winners.

 

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To see the full list of winners and to learn more about the awards, visit gnfcc.org. 

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Welcome to Roswell | August 2019

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Souper Jenny

Congratulations to Souper Jenny on opening its newest location right here in Roswell! Located just off the historic town square, Souper Jenny serves fresh food by passionate people in a community-focused environment. With a menu that changes daily and always includes gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan offerings, there’s something for everyone at Souper Jenny. 

 

For more information, visit www.souperjennyatl.com/welcome.

STAR House’s After School Program

Congratulations to STAR House, a Roswell-based nonprofit, on the opening of its new after school program at Vickery Mill Elementary School. STAR House provides after-school tutoring and mentoring for at-risk children throughout North Fulton County, currently serving more than 300 children. 

For more information, visit www.starhousefoundation.org.

Repro Products

Congratulations to Repro Products on the opening of its new office in Roswell! Located off Old Ellis Road, Repro Products specializes in design software and solutions, industry-leading imaging technology, and world-renowned implementation and training services.

For more information, visit reproproducts.com.

Anthem

Congratulations to Anthem on joining the Roswell business community! As an independent branding company, Anthem believes that inside every brand’s heart and soul, there lives an Anthem. The organization specializes in strategy and research, web design and development, social media, advertising, branding, relationship marketing, and public relations. 

For more information, visit anthematl.com.

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