Allegiant starts seasonal flights from Cleveland to Savannah
Allegiant launched its new, nonstop service Thursday to Savannah from Cleveland, Ohio. To celebrate, the company, known for its exceptional travel deals, is offering one-way fares on the new routes for as low as $48.
“We’re thrilled to connect Cleveland to the Savannah area,” said Jude Bricker, Allegiant chief operating officer. “We’re excited for Allegiant travelers in Cleveland to explore all of the beaches, golfing and Southern hospitality that the Savannah / Hilton Head area has to offer.”
The new seasonal service to Savannah / Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) will operate three times weekly. The new route will bring more than 15,000 additional visitors to experience Savannah and nearby Tybee Island. Flight days, times and fares can be found at Allegiant.com.
Georgia Trust to honor Howard, Mary Morrison
The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation will honor Mary and Howard Morrison of Savannah as two of nine preservation supporters from around the state at its 33rd annual Preservation Gala.
According to the award announcement, the Morrisons have been strong supporters of the city’s preservation movement and excellent stewards of their home, Lebanon Plantation, a historic property that has been in Howard’s family for the past century. The third generation to own Lebanon, the couple continues the legacy of producing agricultural products from ginger and turmeric grown on the land.
Former MPC director opens organizational consulting business
Former Metropolitan Planning Commission director Tom Thomson has opened a new business, Tom Thomson Consulting, LLC.
Services will include a range of urban, development and transportation planning; project and program management; and business and organizational consulting.
During Thomson’s 40-year career, he held positions for city, county and state governments, metropolitan planning commissions and metropolitan planning organizations in Milwaukee, Miami, Tampa and Savannah. He also held senior management positions for two national consulting firms. Thomson graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in civil engineering with an emphasis on transportation planning.
More information can be found at www.TomThomsonConsulting.com.
Center to host job fair for Goodwill Staffing Services on Feb. 24
The Moses Jackson Advancement Center plans a hiring event for Goodwill Staffing Services.
The fair is 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 24 at the center, 1410B Richards St.
There are over 90 positions available, including jobs in hospitality and customer service. Interested parties should register online at www.savannahga.gov/goodwillhiring/. For more information call MJAC at (912) 525-2166.
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