Wednesday, January 15, 2014

High Velocity Radio hosts Dunwoody Mayor Mike Davis and others to discuss why Dunwoody is a vibrant community for business.

For those who may not be aware, Mayor Mike Davis has done a wonderful job in making business retention and commercial growth a top priority.  

I highly recommend that anyone who wants to learn what the City does to promote the business interests of the city to please listen to this wonderful interview done by Kevin Finn of High Velocity Radio.

Beth Summers, Executive Director of the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce highlights the activities of the Chamber and the upcoming intern program with Dunwoody High School.

Andy Williams, Director of Sales, Convention & Visitors Bureau of Dunwoody highlights why Dunwoody, GA is the place to hold your next meeting or small convention.

Mayor Mike Davis highlights all of the great businesses moving into Dunwoody and the benefits of living our fair city. Discusses the new grocery store Sprouts that will be filling the old Ace Home Place store on Mount Vernon.

Alison Nalley is the Business Retention Manager for the City of Dunwoody who describes all of the work that the city does to retain the companies that are located here.

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