Business Briefs

Dairy Queen reopens

The newly remodeled Dairy Queen on Jefferson Street in Newnan is now open for inside dining as the final touches are put on the exterior.

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Regions.com adds new info for commercial clients

Regions Bank has launched the "Commercial Insights" section on its website, regions.com, featuring articles, white papers and other useful information for commercial clients.

The content features commentary from Regions subject matter experts and other thought leaders from a variety of business disciplines.

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Ribbon cutting held for Opportunity Staffing

A Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting was held March 4 for Opportunity Staffing and Resources, 29 Millard Farmer Industrial Boulevard.

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