The Chamber Ambassadors honored The Aesthetic Center, a sector of Plastic Surgery Associates, with a ribbon cutting on Thursday, February 13th to celebrate their grand opening and rebranding.
Having created a business within a business, the center separately brands their services from their branch head, Plastic Surgery Associates, to reach more of the community and better communicate what they can offer.
The Aesthetic Center is a fully functional MedSpa that provides both surgical and non-surgical treatments to their patients.
“We are separately branding our MedSpa since we provide much more than surgical procedures,” said Dr. Sonya Merriman, owner. “Non-surgical procedures have become more and more effective in helping people accomplish their goals. This combo enables us to provide full-spectrum options that can be tailored to the patient’s needs."
The Aesthetic Center's services include but are not limited to injectables, microblading, laser hair removal, laser skin rejuvenation, skincare regimens, sclerotherapy and much more.
The Aesthetic Center’s team prides themselves on being honest with their patients and tailoring every procedure plan in a way that provides exceptional service and happy clients.
“We provide an exceptional patient experience with exceptional outcomes and we are honest about what we can accomplish for our patients,” Dr. Merriman added.
No matter what service The Aesthetic Center is providing, it is always top priority to use safe, ethically proven products and procedures that help their patients feel confident and leave with a smile on their face.
To learn more information about The Aesthetic Center visit them at 230 Northside drive or call their facility at 229-242-3002.
PHOTO CAPTION: The Chamber Ambassadors honored the Aesthetic Center with a ribbon cutting to celebrate their grand opening and rebranding.
The Chamber Ambassadors honored Langdale Place with a ribbon cutting on February 11, 2020 to celebrate 28 years in the Valdosta-Lowndes County community.
A premiere senior retirement community, Langdale Place offers a blend of seclusion and accessibility with southern grace.
Executive Director, Jan Brice stated, “There is something different going on every day, and the interaction with all of our residents is fun and rewarding.”
For the past 28 years, Langdale Place has been passionate about keeping their residents happy, active and motivated.
“We are constantly doing upgrades to keep our building looking new and inviting,” said Brice. “We offer so many activities both in-house and out and are always striving to keep our residents motivated.”
Langdale Place retains an average occupancy of 95 percent throughout the year, and maintains high food and survey scores.
Langdale place has been a member of the Chamber since 1991.
Visit Langdale Place at 1720 Windemere Drive or call 229-247-4300 for more information.
PHOTO CAPTION: The Chamber Ambassadors honored Langdale Place with an anniversary ribbon cutting.
The Chamber Ambassadors honored Moyer’s Pressure Washing with a ribbon cutting on January 24, 2020 to celebrate becoming a member of the Valdosta-Lowndes Chamber of Commerce and to share their business with the community.
Moyer’s Pressure Washing specializes in cleaning residential and commercial properties by using a soft wash method.
“As a pressure washing business, we are always looking for innovative ways to complete our jobs, one of which is by using the soft wash method to ensure a clean property with no damage,” said Brandon Moyer, owner. “We take pride in being called, “South Georgia’s soft wash experts.”
In addition to becoming a new Chamber member, Moyer is also new to the community. Originally from Albany, Moyer is excited for the move to Valdosta and the opportunity to expand his business and meet prospective customers.
“As a mobile business, I am able to go to my customers for all of their exterior cleaning needs, but I chose to primarily locate in Lowndes County because I see potential for my business to grow and prosper,” said Moyer. “I love what I do because I enjoy being able to see the smile on my customer’s face when I have restored their property back to its original glory.”
According to Moyer, the Valdosta-Lowndes Chamber has provided the opportunity for his business to advertise and meet other business owners in the community.
For more information about Moyer’s Pressure Washing, please call (229) 449-5493.
PHOTO CAPTION: The Chamber Ambassadors welcomed Moyer’s Pressure washing to the Chamber and the community with a ribbon cutting.
The Chamber Ambassadors honored Herring Septic Service with a ribbon cutting on Thursday, January 23 to celebrate their new Chamber membership and business expansion.
Owner, Craig Wisenbaker, purchased Herring Septic Service eight years ago. At the time, it was a small business with only one pump truck and few services offered. The business has since expanded.
“Over the past eight years, we have added an additional pump truck and services including repairs and replacement of drain field and jetting, new septic and drain field installations, pump station repairs and septic inspections,” shared Wisenbaker.
Herring Septic Service is a company that is dedicated to making sure that all your septic tank needs are handled correctly and in a timely manner. They are also adamant that their work has a positive effect on the environment.
“At Herring Septic Service, our aim is to provide the type of septic services that keep our clients’ waste removal systems running smoothly and our environment protect,” says Wisenbaker.
Five years into ownership, Wisenbaker brought his son on board. With his help, the business has grown exponentially. The father-son team brings a family-oriented feel in all they do, which is a priority at Herring Septic Service.
For more information on Herring Septic Service 3660 Johnson Rd Se, Valdosta,GA,31606
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PHOTO CAPTION: The Chamber Ambassadors honored Herring Septic Service with a ribbon cutting celebrating their new Chamber membership and business expansion.
The Chamber Ambassadors honored Compass Behavioral and Developmental Consultants, LLC with a ribbon cutting on December 19, 2019 to celebrate the opening of their new office.
For the past six years, Compass Behavioral and Developmental Consultants, LLC has educated, advocated and guided families with quality researched-based behavioral treatment.
Compass’ certified therapists are passionate about improving the lives those living with autism spectrum disorders by providing quality Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy for children and adults.
Compass was established in Valdosta and has expanded to Thomasville, Warner Robins and Hinesville.
For more information about Compass Behavioral and Developmental Consultants, LLC visit 3121 North Oak Ext. or call 800-832-9419.
Photo Caption: The Chamber Ambassadors honored Compass Behavioral and Developmental Consultants, LLC with a grand opening ribbon cutting
The Chamber Ambassadors honored Educate 1 Child with a ribbon-cutting on Tuesday, November 19th to celebrate their establishment in the community and to spread awareness.
E1C is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing resources through community partnerships for early learners, adolescents and their parents.
Dr. Pamela Carter, the psychologist for E1C, stated that their main focus is preparing students for success. This is achieved through workshops, donations, and collaborating with cooperative learning groups.
“Educate 1 Child differs from other nonprofits in our community because our primary focus is early learners (infants to 12 years of age). Our school readiness mission includes the children and the parents alike.” She said.
Carter, an accomplished educator, has received several awards during her time in education. Her business, Tickle ME Pink Daycare & Learning Center recently received the 2019 Small Business of the Year Award presented by the Valdosta-Lowndes Chamber of Commerce, 2018 Georgia Shape School of the Month for the State of Georgia and 2017 Shape Award from the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning.
E1C is a proud member of the Chamber.
“The Chamber has brought awareness to the type of childcare we provide to the community. They have provided outstanding networking and community partnership opportunities.” She said.
For more information, you can reach Educate 1 Child at 229-262-1154.
The Chamber Ambassadors honored Mercer Hughes Real Estate Group with a ribbon-cutting on November 7th to celebrate their grand opening and to further connect with the community and potential clients.
MHREG is a full-service real estate firm that works with buyers and sellers on reaching their goals. They also have a property management side to the business that works to maintain positive relations between landlords and tenants.
The business became established when owners Larry Mercer, Jerry Hughes and Dedra Hughes all worked as realtors at the same firm. Owing to their similar ambitions for the industry, the three of them decided to team up and start their own firm that placed an emphasis on exemplary service.
“We want to create an atmosphere where agents and their clients will feel at home in Mercer Hughes.” Hughes said.
“We offer unique social media services as well as a team approach to real estate. Many of our clients will have not one, but two agents helping them to ensure the best quality service.”
MHREG is passionate about serving Valdosta due to their long-standing ties with the community.
“Having served Lowndes County and the surrounding areas helping buyers and sellers for over 20 years as realtors, we never questioned our location. We love it here.” She said.
MHREG is proud to be a member of the Chamber due to them helping the firm reach their two-year goals within six months.
“Our goal is to become a part of the community in many ways possible. The Chamber has been giving us great exposure, and working with them has given us yet another avenue in the way of achieving our goals.” She said.
For more information about Mercer Hughes Real Estate Group, Inc. , 3117 N Oak Street Extension Suite B, Valdosta, Ga 31602 call (229) 262-1388.
The Chamber Ambassadors honored Gatlin Mortuary with a ribbon-cutting on November 15, 2019 to celebrate becoming members of the Valdosta Chamber and their grand opening in Valdosta.
James Gatlin, the owner, is passionate about helping families get through one of their most difficult times.
“Our business serves families before and after their loss. I love doing what I do because it allows families to trust me with their most precious loved one.” Gatlin said.
Gatlin stated that Valdosta has a special place in his heart.
“I located my business here because I was born and raised in Valdosta. I feel I must give back to my community through funeral service.”
He went on to say that what sets Gatlin Mortuary from other funeral homes is that the staff is built on teamwork and love.
“We are down to earth people that want to help families at their worst times. We display love here at all times.”
Gatlin Mortuary is a proud member of the Valdosta-Lowndes Chamber of Commerce. Gatlin appreciates the Chamber assisting him with the business’s grand opening.
For more information, please call (229) 247-4141 or visit them at 500 E Alden Ave.
The Chamber Ambassadors honored Southern Eggs with a ribbon cutting on November 8, 2019 to celebrate their rebranding and the beginning of a new era.
Once known as The Egg and I, Southern Eggs is a place where lovely dining and southern hospitality meet.
“It’s a place that brings families together around an amazing experience to keep them coming back again and again,” said Owner and General Manager Sara Leff. “I personally love what I do because I get to know the community that makes all of this possible. I love creating experiences for individuals or families that make them leave with a smile.”
Southern Eggs is passionate about providing their guest with a great experience and one that will keep the guest happy.
Leff stated, “Our business offers an upscale breakfast and lunch experience that isn’t necessarily available elsewhere. We focus on guests first and our priority is always making our guests happy.”
Southern Eggs is a proud the Valdosta-Lowndes Chamber.
“The Chamber has done wonders for helping us maintain who we are as a business – supporting us in different endeavors, helping us become a “new” restaurant, and let people know what we’re all about,” said Leff.
According to Leff, Southern Eggs is planning to involve their guests by asking their opinions on menu items or seasonal favorites.
For more information about Southern Eggs, visit 2953 A N. Ashley Street or call (229) 253-1210.
The Chamber Ambassadors honored Valdosta Premier Counseling LLC with a ribbon cutting ceremony on November 1, 2019.
Valdosta Premier Counseling LLC is a therapy clinic committed to empowering their clients so that they cope with the stresses of everyday life. Aside from therapeutic services, VPC also offers EMDR (eye movement desensitization reprocessing) treatment, a certified trauma assessor, perinatal mental health counseling and couples counseling.
The clinic has 4 main practitioners, Regina Wisenbaker, LCSW, Paris Shields, LCSW, Holly Wingate, LPC and Ashley Shapiro, LCSW. They are all certified in either social work or professional counseling. According to office manager Katie Bridges, they are all passionate about helping the citizen of Valdosta.
“We love knowing that we are helping someone during a difficult time in their life and knowing we have made a positive impact that will improve their quality of life.” Bridges said.
Bridges also shared that the unique experiences of the staff helps them to treat a variety of clients, and the company decided to hold the ribbon cutting to spread the word about all they offer.
“With our diverse therapist and staff, we have firsthand experience with a range of areas such as cultural, ethnic, adoption, fertility issues and different family dynamics. We are even owned by a disabled veteran and have a current military spouse in our office.” She said.
Valdosta Premier Counseling is a proud member of the Chamber.
“Since joining the Chamber, we have had the opportunity to meet some amazing people and make some great contacts to help us achieve our goal of being involved business for the community.” She said.
For more information about Valdosta Premier Counseling, visit 3316 Bemiss Rd or call (229) 262-7333.