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Entrepreneurial Talents Rounded Out in 2019

Now retired Alterations Unlimited Duo (Photo by Jonathan Dockery)

This year we have highlighted a host of entrepreneurs. We have compiled some of our compelling stories for Carrollton that include an art gallery, retirement, a master accountant, and a mortgage lender. Plus, for Newnan we share the story of a boutique. 

Blue Door Gallery, located at 115 Rome Street in Carrollton, marries the best aspects of ‘small town’ life with art. Together as the only artist co-operative in Carrollton, local artists Alice Searcy, Wanda Cox, Debra Cobia, Scott Foxx, and Marcella Kuykendall, currently showcase their work at their gallery.  Click here to read about their gallery. 

Retirement Welcomed Alterations Unlimited Duo Linda Gresham and Jean McClure who worked together for 25 years and closed their alterations shop in April. Click here to read more.

Master Accountant Kevin Phillips shares that his inspiration to open his business came from friends and family. He is now a master accountant, enrolled agent, advanced Quickbooks Pro Advisor, and business consultant. Click here to read his story. 

ReStored Resale Boutique is based in Newnan, Georgia, and owned by Tammy and Kim who believe helping others is what they were called to do. Click here to read their story. 

Cynthia Hall aka The Mortgage Madam relocated and expanded to a new office space on Adamson Square. Since 2016 Cynthia and her team have proudly served Carrollton and surrounding communities through Caliber Home Loans. Click here to read about her story. 

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