Business In Savannah
Savannah’s had its share of recent weather-related misery from hurricane season to this week’s snow and ice fall.
While many areas of Savannah were mostly cleared of ice and snow by Friday afternoon, River Street was still a “skating rink,” as one area businesses person described it. (Katie Nussbaum/Savannah Morning News)
VA activates emergency medication refills at local pharmacies
Pooler residents were treated to a winter wonderland as freezing rain turned to snow.
DeAnn Komanecky/Savannah Morning News Towne Lake residents Anna Warren, Jasmine Bailey, Christian Warren, Sam Warren and John Berry took a walk around the neighborhood Wednesday morning. The group all agreed the snow was cool and a great sight to see.
When was the last time you received a handwritten note from a business associate? It may be too long ago for you to remember. On the other hand, if you have received one lately, you know exactly who sent it and when. Handwritten notes are practically extinct in the business world — and everywhere else. If you are looking for ways to stand in business, be noticed by your colleagues and clients, and set yourself apart from your competition, try putting pen to paper at the slightest excuse.
With freezing temperatures and wintry precipitation predicted in Coastal Georgia, the Georgia Ports Authority will close all terminal operations in Savannah and Brunswick starting at 4 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 3 until further notice.
Unemployment claims and the number of jobs in metro Savannah fell in November of 2017, according to state Labor Commissioner Mark Butler.
JCB’s Savannah-built Teleskid skid steer and compact loader recently won six industry awards for quality and innovation.
Photo courtesy of Damien Mills/JCB The Savannah-built JCB Teleskid is the world’s first and only skid steer and compact track loader with a telescopic boom. JCB officials saidTeleskid is now recognized as the most awarded skid steer in history.
Founded by Regan Drake, Grand Garages was named the 2015 Emerging Small Business of the Year by the Small Business Chamber of Savannah. Started three years ago, the company is growing fast and is booked months in advance for some projects. The company does everything from garage cleanouts to high-end renovations that convert a regular garage to a room in the house. The company is the only one in Savannah that specializes in garage renovations.
Photo courtesy of Grand Garages Regan Drake stands in one of his “Grand Garages.” Grand Garages offers full service garage makeovers. These services range from one day cleaning and organization sessions to high end custom makeovers.
Port Wentworth council members voted to hire an outside operator for their water system at Thursday’s regular meeting.
DeAnn Komanecky/Savannah Morning News Port Wentworth’s outgoing mayor, Glenn Jones, shakes hands at the end of his last council meeting as mayor of the city. Jones served three terms as mayor.