YourTown Health Celebrates 40 Years of Serving The Community

August 3, 2018 – Palmetto, GA  YourTown Health is proudly celebrating its 40th anniversary of serving the communities of Meriwether, Pike, Lamar, Carroll, Coweta and South Fulton counties. On Friday, August 17th, YourTown Health is thanking the community for their years of support with Patient Appreciation Day. Every location will offer FREE health screenings between 8 a.m. and 12 noon. Walk-ins and new patients are encouraged to come and meet the staff. Plus, at 11:30 a.m., there will be a dra

Meet Soon Yu - An Interview with Our Upcoming Guest Speaker

Innovative. Imaginative. Insightful. Lucky for us, Soon Yu has captured his branding knowledge in a new book entitled Iconic Advantage ® : Don’t Chase the New, Innovate the Old. Soon believes that businesses get enamored by shiny new ideas and overlook the value in their existing products. The Brand Establishment caught up with Soon on his book tour to talk about branding and get a sneak peek of what he has in store for us at our summer conference in Chicago.

Can Your New Foodservice Program Pass A Food Safety Audit? | AccuStore

Congratulations, your new foodservice program is a success! The category reimaging looks great. The POP is up and it looks good too. Your customers are raving about your new offerings. But after month one, when the category manager stops checking on the program every day, will it still look as good? Are you sure your customers will receive the same consistent quality at all of your stores? There are several turn-offs that can lead to poor customer perception of your product. Is the area clean?

Flexible Fixtures: The Future of Retail | GSP

At the recent Retail Innovation Conference in New York, industry leaders discussed the future of physical stores. The key threat, they agreed, was not Amazon or e-commerce. (Digital brands are turning to brick-and-mortar in droves. The number of store openings actually grew by more than 50% in 2017.) Retail’s biggest threat is stagnation. You see, physical retail is not dead: boring retail is. As top retail consultant Steve Dennis wrote for Forbes, “stores that are swimming in a sea of sameness

New AlterG Treadmill Helps Patients Defy Gravity and Move Without Pain

Southern Rehab has a new anti-gravity treadmill that rehab patients, athletes and fitness enthusiasts will all love. Once only available to astronauts, Kobe Bryant and Tom Brady, it’s the ultimate recovery tool and it’s now in LaGrange. The AlterG® treadmill uses NASA patented technology to counteract the effects of gravity and its impact on the body. It allows the user to walk and run with much less pressure on the hips, knees and ankles – to the point where there’s almost no gravitational for

The Best Skin Care Routine For Every Age

Did you know that only 20% to 30% of your skin’s appearance is due to genetics? That means the rest is up to you! Environmental factors and, more importantly, how you care for your skin play a large role in how it looks. There are three things that should be part of every skin care routine: A good cleanser, moisturizer and sun protection. These face basics are essential, no matter your age or skin type. However, your skin changes as you get older and there are ingredients we can add to keep you

Wild Leap Releases New Sunvale Blueberry Lemon

Just in time to quench your summer thirst, Wild Leap Brew Co. introduces its newest craft beer, Sunvale Blueberry Lemon (5.0% ABV, 5% IBU). The dog days of summer call for something light and refreshing – the kind of beer that fits nicely in your hand as you kick back in a hammock. So head brewer Chris Elliot started with a clean, delicate, wheat beer, then added fresh blueberry puree and lemon. In fact, a whopping 1,000 pounds of blueberries were used to make juicy Sunvale Blueberry Lemon – th

Is Your Business Protected from Cyber Attacks?

Recently, Troup County’s entire computer system was hit by a cyber attack. According to the LaGrange Daily News, a virus took down all of its computers – even the sheriff’s office, tax records and 911 – making it impossible for county employees to access anything. The hackers were after more than just customer data. They wanted money, too. They demanded thousands in ransom money to remove the virus. Fortunately, the county had purchased a cyber insurance policy from Hutchinson Traylor. That m