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SHOP LOCAL – BUY AMERICAN and support Small Businesses!

TONIGHT 10/13: BUY AMERICAN – SHOP LOCAL –  and support Small Businesses!
Location: Randy’s Perennials & Water Gardens: 523 W Crogan St • Lawrenceville GA 30046

With the holidays right around the corner, where you decide to shop impacts our community and country.

Yes, YOU and your neighbors, friends, and family can better our community and country by simply buying local and buying American made products.

Spring Green Festival to benefit helping families in need of affordable housing…

Spring Green Festival to benefit helping families in need of affordable housing…

The 5th Annual Spring Green Festival – hosted by Heart of Gwinnett (formerly New Lawrenceville) will benefit Gwinnett Habitat for Humanity this year. The free event will be held on March 28, 2015 at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds and will offer a local business showcase of vendors, car show and auction, kids zone, arts and crafts, great food, and a great day of community activity.

“The prettiest sight to see is the holly that will be on your own front door”

“The prettiest sight to see is the holly that will be on your own front door”

Oh December with your holiday parties, shopping, gift giving and places to be for this month in Gwinnett County!  This is one of the busiest times and probably one of the most fun times of the year.  Of course by now you should have gotten that live Christmas tree and if you haven’t I am sure Randy’s Nursery on highway 29 still has a few left for you.  I am told David at Randy’s Nursery has “the sturdy kind that doesn’t mind the snow.”  

Women vs Men

Why women are weaker and “NOT” equal

Thirty years after women became 50 percent of the college graduates in the United States, men still hold the vast majority of leadership positions in government and industry.

The New Lawrenceville Spring Green Festival raised $10,000, which was donated to Gwinnett Medical Center Foundation toward the purchase of a dedicated NICU Ambulance on April 8, 2014.

New Lawrenceville Power of local community

Never underestimate the power of a local community – and the small American Business owner
By Rodney Camren

“It was President Harry Truman who said if you don’t know where you have been, then you don’t know where you are going”. Mary Frazier Long has many quotes on the New Lawrenceville Trolley Tours and many stories about the City of Lawrenceville’s past. Our community trolley tours started six years ago. In our groups efforts of “Bringing Community Together” we wanted to do more than just be a networking group.

New Lawrenceville networks for a purpose

Welcome to New Lawrenceville. As the founder and President of New Lawrenceville, I want to welcome you to the community of Lawrenceville, Georgia.  When I started this group in 2007 I never knew to the lengths & levels of where this local business networking group would go.

Shop LOCAL this Holiday Season!

It’s Christmas time in the city!

Ring a ling make those local business cash registers ring!  It was as if the forks barely hit our plates from the last bite of Thanksgiving and many people were out the doors to go shopping in those big box stores and those big discounts. 

Shop LOCAL this Holiday Season!

It’s beginning to look & sound a lot like Christmas!

Haul out the “Holley”; “Put up the tree before my spirit falls again. Fill up the stocking, I may be rushing things, but deck the halls again now, for we need a little Christmas!”  The best way to get your Christmas going is purchasing your “The Nutcracker 2013” Tickets TODAY!  The Gwinnett Ballet Theatre (GBT) is celebrating its 31st season of performing the Nutcracker for area audiences.  GBT was Gwinnett County’s first non-profit arts organization, founded by Lynne Snipes, in 1977.   For more information about GBT contact Marketing Director “Holley Calmes.”