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State guide recognizes 3 Richmond Hill restaurants

Three Richmond Hill restaurants — Fish Tales, Southern Image and All Things Chocolate And More — were recently recognized in the Georgia Department of Economic Development 2017 culinary guide, Georgia Eats. The Lowcountry boil from Fish Tales was chosen as one of the “100 Plates Locals Love,” Southern Image was recognized in the “Fried Chicken” category, and All Things Chocolate and More won in the “Welcome Sugar” category.

“The Richmond Hill Convention and Visitors Bureau actively promotes our locally-owned restaurants, and we couldn’t be any prouder to share them with the world,” said Christy Sherman, executive director of the Richmond Hill CVB.

The Georgia Eats culinary guide is available at the state’s 12 Visitor Information Centers across the state and on the state’s consumer tourism website ExploreGeorgia.org.

SCORE plans business model workshop

Tim Clemm, a certifed SCORE mentor, will present “Creating and Using a Simplified Business Model” at a workshop 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. June 28 at the SCORE Conference Room, 111 E. Liberty St.

The seminar is free, and participants may bring lunch.

Topics include why you need a business model, how to design a model and how to integrate needs, scale and other issues into your plan.

Clemm has extensive experience in the food service industry, concentrating in product development, marketing and distribution for companies such as Campbell Soup, and Hormel. He is skilled in business operations, P&L documentation, accounting, costing, web site development, and ecommerce strategies.

To register: (912)-652-4335.

Bass Pro donates gear to Boy Scout camp

Bass Pro Shop has donated rods and reels to the Coastal Georgia Council Boy Scouts of America. Coastal Georgia Council Senior District Executive Derek Mallow accepted the donated equipment at the Bass Pro Shop at Savannah Mall June 8.

Mallow said the Scouts will use the equipment at two area camps, Black Creek Scout Reservation in Sylvania and Camp Tolochee in Brunswick.

The local donation was part of a Bass Pro gift of 40,000 rods and reels in the U.S. and Canada.

Infinity holds ribbon-cutting for new offices

Infinity, Inc., a provider of business network security and IT services, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony in conjunction with a Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce networking event on June 6 at their new offices at 10 Chatham Center South, Suite 300.

The family-owned company established in 1999 has expanded office space. At the event clients were able to tour the new facility.

Chuck Brown, CEO of Infinity, said, “In the 18 years since its founding, the company has grown tremendously because of a fantastic team as well as the best clients in Savannah. This new building provides a better work environment for our growing staff as well as the facilities to meet with and train larger groups. We’re all excited about this move and how it will allow us to grow.”

For more information about Infinity, Inc., visit www.infinityinc.us.

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