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Smith Brothers Supply Credits Community Support for Thriving

While the last two years have upset our economy, rescripted our understanding of “normal,” and forced many successful businesses to close their doors, some have managed not merely to hold on, but to thrive. One such business in our community is Smith Brothers Supply at 10 City Hall Avenue, Carrollton, which celebrates 60 years in business later this year.

According to business manager Ashley Hendrix, daughter of Ronald Smith, one of the founders, they have had some really difficult times since the pandemic began in 2020 and supply chain issues arose in 2021. “I’m not sure if we could have survived if it weren’t for our loyal customers and strong community support across West Georgia and East Alabama,” Ashley shared. 

Therefore, Smith Brothers Supply, a leading provider of plumbing, heating/air, electrical, and wire, are planning a Customer Appreciation Event in either late Spring or early Fall, depending on the Covid situation. “This will be our way of thanking everyone, on behalf of my family, for the support they gave us when times were tough. Because of their loyalty, we can look forward to continuing to serve the next generations in our amazing community with great products, family-style customer service, and reasonable prices!” Ashley said.

Watch for announcements concerning the Customer Appreciation Event on The City Menus.

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Sue Davis is a local freelance writer whose work can be seen in any COWETA Magazine issue over the last three years. She is the author of Lilly and Billy Visit the Farm, a picture book based on the history of Newnan, and she is published in two anthologies of short stories and various web-based content. Her interests include oil painting, reading, and baking “herbaceous” bread. Sue lives with her husband Larry and rescued golden retriever, Mariah, near historic downtown Newnan.