Wed, 27 October 2010
Atlanta Business Radio Dunwoody Special with Ricardo Gonzalo, Stacy Abston, Monet Diamante and Debbie Fuse
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We had a Special this morning focusing on the city of Dunwoody Business Community.
We opened the show with Ricardo Gonzalo with Village Burger, Dunwoody's newest family restaurant. This great new restaurant is located in the old Bruster's building. Village Burger serves burgers, hot dogs and frozen custard. Check them out at www.villageburger.com or www.facebook.com/VillageBurger
Next up Stacy Abston with Sips n Strokes by Wendy Lovoy came on to discuss her art studio for the non-artist. She has classes where non artists come in and paint while hanging out with their friends and/or co-workers. You can bring yur own drinks and snacks to make the class that much more fun. To learn more please go to www.sipsnstrokes.com
Next up Monet Diamante came on t discuss the Dunwoody Restaurant Group. This restaaurant group owns a bunch of pubs and restaurants around town, but she wanted to mention that the Dunwoody Tavern is now non-smoking. Monet said that each restaurnat has their own Facebook page with specials and you can find them all on their website www.dunwoodyrestaurantgroup.com
We closed the show with Debbie Fuse, who is with the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce. Debbie explained the benefits of joining the chamber - she talked about the Chamber's involvement with the Music Festival as well as all the help the Chamber provides its members in helping them navigate the maze of city govrnement zoning and sign procurement. To learn more pleae go to www.dunwoodycommerce.org
Also if you know of a business in Atlanta that we should know about please email Amy Otto at Amy @ atlantabusinessradio.com and we will try and get them on the show