The Alpharetta Chamber of Commerce (ACC), North Fulton County’s premier business advocacy organization focused on promoting a vibrant business climate, economy, and quality of life within the city region recently announced its new leadership team for 2021.
Join us as Alpharetta Restaurant Month gets started! Steak Shapiro of Atlanta Eats offers his take on the Alpharetta food scene and the challenges faced by restaurateurs amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Atlanta-Region Transit Link Authority (ATL) is seeking public input on the 2020 ATL Regional Transit Plan (ARTP) through Monday, October 19th, 2020.
With the signing of SB-359 last month, Georgia businesses and healthcare providers are shielded from lawsuits related to COVID-19.
The Alpharetta Chamber of Commerce and the Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau have teamed up to present Alpharetta Restaurant Month (ARM) during the month of October 2020. Alpharetta, Ga. is well known for its culinary scene and epicureans can now purchase a dining card to receive 20 percent off the total food bill (beverages and gratuity not included) at participating …
Governor Brian P. Kemp today introduced the Georgia Safety Promise, a safety campaign to remind Georgia businesses and the public of the importance of following COVID-19 safety guidelines by agreeing to simple – yet critical – measures that help protect Georgians from COVID-19, minimize spread of the virus, and keep Georgia open for business.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle reports: Gov. Brian Kemp signed an executive order June 11 that relaxes more restrictions put in place since April to stem the spread of Covid-19, including no limits on the number of dine-in customers at restaurants, allowing for conventions to resume and reopening live performance venues.
We at the Alpharetta Chamber of Commerce would like to pass along some useful information for our community as we look toward reopening our economy safely amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
WSB-TV reports: Governor Brian Kemp issued a new executive order on Tuesday that changes the rules for some businesses already closed because of COVID-19, allows some businesses to add new customers and keeps other businesses closed for several more weeks.
As Alpharetta businesses work to meet State requirements to reopen and begin serving customers, one of the biggest challenges for restaurants and retail shops is having enough space to meet social distancing requirements.