North Augusta Chamber Presents Awards at Annual Meeting
Monday, March 4th, 2019
The North Augusta Chamber of Commerce presented their 68th Annual Meeting & Banquet: Mission Possible on March 1st at the Crowne Plaza North Augusta. The Chamber’s premier event saw a sold-out crowd of more than 320 attendees.
The Chamber presented two awards: Small Business and Ambassador of the Year.
Brantley Chiropractic, PC was presented the award for 2018 Small Business of the Year. The practice has provided precise chiropractic care for over 25 years. They strive to provide the best quality care to their patients as well as the latest research and techniques to allow for optimum, long lasting results while cosharing patent care when other specialists are appropriate. Dr. Blankenship and her staff believe community involvement is the best way to give back to the CSRA for welcoming and supporting their practice throughout the years. The staff volunteers and donates to several organizations and programs throughout the community. Blankenship says helping others succeed in their daily lives is a blessing and she looks forward to continuing on this journey of success. “I feel blessed to have touched so many lives in the community through personal and professional interactions.” Congratulations! Brantley Chiropractic, PC.
Greg Dietz was presented the award for 2018 Ambassador of the Year. The Ambassador of the Year award honors a Chamber Ambassador who has volunteered many hours of time, talent and energy to the success and growth of the North Augusta Chamber. He consistently supports the Chamber at our various events each month and is always willing to pitch in where he can. He is a team player who’s always going to bat for our organization whenever he can. He is the true embodiment of a dedicated volunteer. He is currently the Corporate Partnerships Manager for the Augusta GreenJackets. Congratulations Greg!
The Greater North Augusta Chamber of Commerce is an economic development engine. Our mission is to promote and meet the unique needs of local business and industry in order to strengthen the community in which we live, work, play and do business.