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American Family Insurance - Augusta held a grand opening ribbon cut. American Family is located at 2743 Perimeter Parkway, Building 200, Suite 100, in Augusta.
Special photos Platt's Funeral Home held a 175th anniversary ribbon cut with the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce on Nov. 15. The funeral home is located at 337 North Belair Road, in Evans.
Georgia Military College, Campus Store held a grand opening ribbon cut with the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce. They are located at 115 Davis Road in Martinez.
Faith Magazine held a grand opening ribbon cut with the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce.
The Evans Fitness Club held a grand opening ribbon cut with the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce. The fitness club is located at 3002 Allen Drive in Evans.
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