The Town Center CID recognizes local companies who are reaching out, fulfilling needs, and aiding their neighbors during the COVID-19 crisis. These are just a few of their stories:
Elder Law Firm
1300 Ridenour Boulevard, Suite 115, Kennesaw
The Elder Law firm is fully committed to the community. From supporting local theatre, to volunteering for veterans, to assisting with multiple fundraisers, Cobb County always has been able to count on the firm’s partners, Shelley Elder and Steve Crane.
Recently, the firm donated $2,500 to provide 20 computers for students who had no access while conducting their schoolwork at home. Elder serves as the current Kennesaw Business Association (KBA) president and the firm is a member of the Town Center Community Alliance. Elder and Crane stay heavily involved in the community and feel very passionately about giving back.
“We are so grateful for friends in our community like Elder Law Firm,” the Town Center CID shares. “As we receive more updates and gradually see more facilities re-open, please continue to support your local small businesses.”
“Although COVID-19 has brought many struggles and hardships, we are thankful our company had the opportunity to work alongside some amazing nonprofits such as the YMCA, CCYA, MUST Ministries, and Cobb Schools Foundation,” Elder said. “We have been able to come together and provide a sense of stability for families close to home that are in need.”
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2020 Small Business Heroes:
- Ajay’s Upholstery
- Carrabba’s Town Center
- Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
- Elder Law Firm
- Little Red Bird Gifts
- Mellow Mushroom Kennesaw
- Otter’s Chicken
- PCT Clean
- REMAX PURE Realty and Motto Mortgage
- The School Box, Inc.
- Tom + Chee Kennesaw
- Tropical Smoothie Café
- Viral Protective Services