Business on the Move

LOFT opens in Ashley Park

A LOFT concept store has recently opened in Ashley Park, next to Dillards.

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Ribbon cutting held at Bubbles and Brushes

A Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting was recently held for Bubbles and Brushes Art Studio, at 51 Market Square Road.

Bubbles and Brushes is a full service art studio that provides art camps, art classes and art parties. In addition, there is the "open studio" where people of any age can explore the arts and use the studios wide array of supplies, at any time during the day, for $5 an hour.

Since the majority of their customers are beginner artists, Bubbles and Brushes strives to create a safe, fun and supportive environment.

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Ribbon cutting held for Atlanta Range and Ordinance

A Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting was recently held for Atlanta Range and Ordinance, 80 Millard Farmer Industrial Boulevard in Newnan.

Atlanta Range includes long and short ranges, merchandize, and training.



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