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3rd Annual Chamber Small Business Award nominations now being accepted

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE, AL — The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) has announced that nominations for its 3rd Annual Small Business Awards are now being accepted. This year’s awards are sponsored by McSweeney Automotive. The 2018 recipients will be announced at the regular TACC monthly luncheon on Thursday, October 18.  Winners will be automatic finalists in the Alabam ...

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Planet Nutrition opens with vision to help community achieve fitness, health goals

By Tanna M. Friday Editor TRUSSVILLE — Just a year ago, a Louisiana native, Steve LeJeune, moved his family to Trussville and joined a new business venture that combines health and nutrition. Planet Nutrition, based in Layfayette, Lousiana, is devoted exclusively to helping its customers improve the quality of their lives selling smoothies and nutritional supplements. LeJeune opened Planet Nutrition’s doors ...

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New Clay boutique is Symply Unique

By Tanna Friday Editor CLAY – Local boutique owner and fashionista, Valencia Peterson, is excited to share her passion for fashion with the Clay area. Peterson has always had an eye for fashion and after working in the corporate world for more than 20 years, Peterson decided to take a leap of faith and open Symply Unique Boutique. The boutique features her very own custom and handmade jewelry along with tre ...

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Bling Realty welcomes newest team member

By Tommi O. Peters For the Tribune A native of the Birmingham area, Lorie McRee is the is the newest realtor to join Trussville-based Bling Realty. Transitioning from a resilient career in healthcare that includes a layoff from Healthsouth after the Scrushy conviction, McRee is transferring her love of helping others to her dream job.   “Even as a teen, I’d thumb through the realty books from the grocery st ...

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Melon recall includes Birmingham area stores

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports A voluntary recall of cut melon by Caito Foods includes product shipped to Sprouts Farmers Market stores in Birmingham, Hoover, Madison and Vestavia Hills. Caito Foods is voluntarily recalling fresh cut watermelon, honeydew melon, cantaloupe and fresh-cut mixed fruit containing one of these melons, produced at the Caito Foods facility in Indianapolis, because these ...

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Jamie Goodgame named Human Resource and Risk Manager at SPOC Automation

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Jamie Goodgame has recently been named as SPOC Automation’s Human Resource and Risk Manager. She will be managing the HR and risk requirements for both the United States and Canadian operations at SPOC. Goodgame has more than 13 years of experience in the human resource field. She has numerous accomplishments highlighting her career, most recently the D ...

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Trussville Keller Williams members volunteer at Prescott House in community program

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — Members of the Keller Williams team in Trussville regularly take part in what they call Renew, Energize and Donate, or RED Day, a community outreach program that serves people in and outside the city. "Each year on the second Thursday of May, we celebrate RED Day as a part of our legacy worth leaving," Keller Williams said in a statement. "Making a diff ...

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Drayer Physical Therapy Institute announces new location

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE, AL – The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) hosted a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, May 1, to announce the new location of Drayer Physical Therapy Institute. The new location is 5057 Pinnacle Square in Trussville. Drayer is an accredited provider of therapy-based durable medical equipment and supplies. ...

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New restaurant, event space announced for Trussville Downtown

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE  --It has long been known that a second craft brewery, Ferus, would follow Slagheap Brewing Company into the downtown area, but now details are emerging for the additional elements of the 23,000 square foot building at the end of Morrow Avenue. [caption id="attachment_55301" align="alignleft" width="300"] Ferus Eatery becomes the third restaurant with pla ...

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