Chamber ribbon cutting Nov. 6-13

Chamber ribbon cutting Nov. 6-13

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The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Huta Essentials, a CBD shop, on Friday, November 6 at their location, 908 S Main Street Suite 105 in Hinesville.

Chamber & CVB CEO, Leah Poole, welcomed those in attendance and introduced Kathy Villafane, Chairman of the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce. Villafane congratulated the owner, Commissioner Justin Frasier, for opening another establishment and welcomed him as a new member of the Chamber family. Hinesville Councilman Karl Riles also congratulated Frasier and thanked him and his family for continuing to be pillars in the city of Hinesville.

Frasier thanked guests, including his family and close friends, for attending and shared his vision for the CBD shop, “I’m looking forward to not only being a member [of the Chamber], but informing everyone of the great benefits of these products and what they do for people. It’s truly a blessing for me to create another business in my district, and we look forward to doing great things.”

Huta Essentials is a premium CBD dispensary and store. They offer a wide selection of CBD products, including infused items such as coffee, tea and honey. Check them out on Facebook (@HutaCBD) to see more of their selections or give them a call at (912) 369 – HUTA (4882). 

 

scoops

The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Delectable Scoops, an ice cream shop opening inside of Delectable Fruits, on Tuesday, November 10 at their location, 1427A W Oglethorpe Hwy in Hinesville.

Chamber & CVB CEO, Leah Poole, welcomed those in attendance and introduced Kathy Villafane, Chairman of the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce. Villafane congratulated the owners, Mike Narvaez and Gladys Romero, on expanding their business and wished them continued success as new members of the Chamber family.

Narvaez thanked guests for attending and shared his excitement about the new venture: “Hopefully we can keep putting smiles on faces.”

Delectable Scoops sells ice cream and homemade soft serve by the cone, sundaes, milkshakes and smoothies using fresh, natural ingredients. Check them out on Facebook (@delectablefruits) to see more of their menu items or give them a call at (912) 320 – 4258. 

 

couture

The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Resilience Couture on Friday, November 13th at their location, 445 EG Miles Pkwy, suite 205 in Hinesville.

Chamber & CVB CEO, Leah Poole, welcomed those in attendance and introduced Kathy Villafane, Chairman of the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce. Villafane congratulated the owner, Alicia Prince, on her new venture and wished her much success as a new member of the Chamber family.

Prince thanked guests for attending and shared her gratitude towards the Chamber and her excitement to bring her New York style to the area.

“I’m just honored and thankful to open another boutique here. I hope you guys enjoy what I bring,” Prince said.

Resilience Couture is a boutique whose mission is to provide unique, classy and glamorous clothing and accessories to people looking to stand out in the crowd.  Check them out on Facebook (@resilienceCouture) to see some of their selections or give them a call at (912) 332 – 5208.

 

Established in 1976, the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to support new and existing business, trade and industry within Liberty County, while increasing the cultural, civic, educational and overall quality of life of its citizens. The Chamber and its’ 500 members are committed to enhancing the local business climate and maintaining a high quality of life in the community. 

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