Business Briefs

Solutions Realty has seven in Million Dollar Club

Solutions Realty Network of Tyrone had seven of their Realtors who received the coveted Million Dollar Club Award presented by the Northeast Atlanta Metro Association of Realtors.

"We attribute this measure of success to Solutions Realty Network’s effort to provide excellent customer service and offer unique marketing for property management, and our commitment to professionalism,” said Broker Donna Littleton. "Without our supportive owners and investors we could not have achieved this recognition.”

Solutions Realty Network is a full service property management company serving 18 counties. The company specializes in single-family home rentals and finding investors high-return rental properties. As a licensed brokerage, the company handles home sales and can also offer turn-key solutions to real estate investors' needs.

* * *

Kohl’s goes green for Earth Day

Volunteers from Atlanta-area Kohl’s stores volunteered with the Greenhouse Foundation at Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy, doing spring cleaning and planting.

The volunteer effort is part of Kohl’s fifth annual National Go Green event in celebration of National Volunteer Week and Earth Day.

As part of the initiative, the company will donate $2 million in grants, for the fifth year in a row, to nonprofits nationwide, including approximately $1,500 to the Greenhouse Foundation.

* * *

Shane’s holding Rib Giveaway May 17

Shane’s Rib Shack locations in metro Atlanta will be holding their fifth annual Rib Giveaway May 17. The first 100 guests at the Newnan Shane’s and other participating locations will get a free half-rack of ribs, a 20 oz. beverage and a special edition t-shirt, all in honor of National Barbecue Month.

* * *

(Items for consideration as business briefs should be e-mailed to business@newnan.com, faxed to 770-253-2538, or mailed to Business Briefs, The Newnan Times-Herald, P.O. Box 1052, Newnan, GA 30264. E-mail submissions are preferred.)



More Business

Owner, H.J. Wings & Things, Sharpsburg

60 Seconds with Russ Lowery

What do you feel is the most unique aspect your business offers its patrons? We are your local family restaurant that has a very unique at ... Read More


Business Briefs

Hampton Inn supporting Back 2 School Extravaganza Hampton Inn is supporting Hear Me Sing LLC’s Back 2 School Extravaganza school suppl ... Read More


Troup Factory was early industrial town

Although western Georgia was settled by farmers, early in the region’s history, there were people in those early days who saw opportun ... Read More


Business Briefs

Prancing Penny’s joins Pet Sitters International Prancing Penny’s Pet Sitting, which provides services in Coweta, Carroll, Doug ... Read More


WGTC students build stand

Millstone a reminder of industrial history

Students at West Georgia Technical College have crafted a stand for the millstone from Troup Factory, one of the first industrial towns in t ... Read More

Cowetans played role in development of factory town

Troup Factory was not far from Coweta County – although further in terms of travel in the 1800s than today. It is not surprising that ... Read More