Mark Woodworth, senior managing director for CRBE Hotels, Americas Research talks to hotel professionals Tuesday at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Downtown. While Savannah's hotel market continues to be strong, Woodworth expects to see a slight dip in occupancy rates going into 2017. (Savannah Morning News photo)
When Curtis Foltz left his position as executive director of the Georgia Ports Authority, he left a legacy of 12 years of exponential growth and improvement at one of the state’s strongest economic engines.
At Thursday’s City Council meeting, Jenny Gentry, market president of Wells Fargo Bank, presented a $4,000 check to the mayor and aldermen and Community Housing Services Agency, Inc., for deposit into the Savannah Affordable Housing Fund.
More small business owners are recognizing that however they’ve reached customers in the past, mobile not only needs to be part of their strategy but may need to be the primary focus of their marketing.