Chamber News

Discover Tuscany-Trip-ABAC/Tifton Tift County Chamber

Love to travel? Tifton-Tift County Chamber of Commerce and Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College present Discover Tuscany. March 3 – 12, 2011 10 Days* 13 meals:8 Breakfasts* 5 Dinners Per Person Rates: Double $2849; Single $3149; Triple $2819 Highlights…….Rome, Assisi, Basilica o...

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GA. Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Chris Clark

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Chris Clark the President & Ceo of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce along with Lauren Wilkes Vice President of Govt. affairs with the Ga. Chamber payed a visit to the Board of Directors at the Tift. Co. Chamber today.He briefly discussed some of the key issues the GA. COC will be representing ...

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Masonic Cornerstone Dedication

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Georgia Agriculture Commisioner Tommy Irvin, along with Masons from state headquarters and middle Georgia joined local officials for the official cornerstone laying at the expansion of the Tifton Agriculture Laboratory complex. This complex was expanded to 55,000 sq.feet. It will house the new he...

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Ribbon Cutting held for Fresh Start Help Center

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Fresh Start Help Center held a Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening at 222 East 2nd St. Fresh Start is the Bridge to help, Veterans, the homeless and to High School drop-outs. This organization is willing to reach out and help you locate the resources you need to become an independabnt part of the co...


Ribbon Cutting for Hometown Tire & Lube

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Hometown Tire & Lube has now opened it’s doors on the grounds of the KOA Campground located at 4632 Union Rd.They will be able to offer services to those travellers using the camprounds as well as to the general public. They offer oil changes, tire repair and changes,air filter changes...

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