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Marietta Stories | Crazy cool stories from the community builders of Marietta, Georgia

What makes the town of Marietta, Georgia so welcoming, friendly and the center of Southern hospitality? Listen each week as veteran podcaster Bill Nowicki dives deep to tell the heartwarming, sad and funny stories from the people that make up the fabric of this historic city.
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Now displaying: October, 2018
Oct 26, 2018

I catch up with Raul Thomas of Marietta Theatre in the Square and Blaine Clotfelter of Marietta Theatre Company. They give us the low down on the latest shows and the upcoming season. Please support live theatre in Marietta!

 

 https://www.theatreinthesquare.net

 

https://mariettatheatre.com

Oct 15, 2018

How does a small town girl end up in commercial banking and owning her own small business?

Christal McNair worked hard, that's how. She also paid attention from her commercial banker contacts and learned how to build a business.

Studio Bungee was born from all the lessons she learned.

Her business makes sure their clients get a great workout, regardless of their limitations (she has a bad back) in only 30 minutes.

Christal doesn't stop with being a small business owner. She volunteers and is a member of Cobb Chamber, Board chair of Center for Family Resources, Cobb Executive Women, Kiwanis and Marietta Business Association. 

Address:

999 Whitlock Ave, Suite 3

Marietta, GA 30064

Phone

770-693-2630

studiobungee.com

 

Oct 7, 2018

Shahid Hussain is working it. He made the USA his home 3 years ago, from England. Marietta was chosen as a spot close (but not too close) to his in-laws in Charleston, South Carolina.

He started a small business, Kvalito and has adapted it from a knick-knack store to more of a design studio. T-shirts, monograms, car wraps (yeah that's a thing) pretty much anything you need to help your local business get noticed.

Shahid also helps the community. He sponsored a local football and recently sponsored an anti-bullying event at the store. 

I think he is on to something. I like to be able to discuss my designs with someone instead of just ordering online and hoping it looks good!

http://www.tshirtsnsigns.net

 

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