North Augusta Chamber November Breakfast to Focus on the Spirit of Small Business November 26th

Staff Report

Thursday, November 21st, 2019

The North Augusta Chamber of Commerce’s November Breakfast will spotlight the importance and impact small businesses can have on a community.

Small Businesses are the backbone of every community. They help to shape their community and add to its unique charm and character. Small businesses have a huge impact on local economies. Hiring local residents helps to keep money locally earned and spent bringing the economy full circle. Entrepreneurs serve the needs of the community and help to create innovative ways that fuel a healthy marketplace while better serving local consumers.

Our guest speaker, Brad Usry, will share the history of Fat Man’s Hospitality Group and best practices for entrepreneurs. Brad Usry is President of Fat Man’s Hospitality Group. Brad has been in his family’s business since 1982. He was a founding member of the Augusta Sports Council, served two terms on the Convention and Visitors Bureau, and currently serves as Vice Chairman of the Augusta-Richmond County Coliseum Authority.

Join the North Augusta Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, November 26th. The Chamber’s Good Morning North Augusta Breakfast will be held at the North Augusta Municipal Building, Palmetto Terrace Ballroom at 7:30AM. Advanced registration is required at; $20 for Chamber Members and $25 for Visitors.