Quinton Austin, Chair of the KBA AA5 writes: This is an afternoon you won’t want to miss, followed by an evening you’ll be glad you put on your calendar! Come celebrate all that makes Kennesaw the best community in Cobb County with the people who continue to invest in the past, present and future success of our town! KBA Business members and potentials new members don’t want to miss this celebration!
KENNESAW BUSINESS ASSOCIATION JANUARY LUNCHEON
The luncheon which will be held on January 18 beginning at 11:30 am at the brand-new Kennesaw Rec Center located at 2737 Watts Drive. Mayor Derek Easterling will set the tone for the year will his annual “State of the City” where the community will get an insider’s peak at all the upcoming happenings in and around our booming town. The KBA LUNCHEON is the first event to be held at the Kennesaw Recreation Center. Please RSVP at kennesawbusiness.org.
KENNESAW BUSINESS ASSOCIATION AA5
Kennesaw will be ALIVE & well on January 18th as the KBA recipients of Person & Business of the Year team up with the newly elected Kennesaw City Councilmen to show their gratitude and commitment to the members of the Kennesaw Business Association.
The event will be hosted at Dry County Brewing, owned and operated by Councilman Trey SInclair. Dry County is located at 1500 Lockhart Dr NW, Kennesaw.
Local business owners Laura & Eric Hart will be showcasing their newest concept “The Cheezy Truck Co.” for everyone to enjoy, and the event will be co-sponsored by fellow councilman, Tony Jones, Jenni Brown of Brown, Dutton, & Crider and Quinton Austin of Copeland’s of New Orleans. Barefoot Geno, musician, will provide the music.
This kick-off happy hour will be held at 5:30 pm on the same day as the first Monthly Luncheon of the year. Please RSVP at kennesawbusiness.org.
Laura Hart advises they will be providing tastings of the items on the menu listed here: The Cheezy Truck Co. The Harts have taken cheese to a whole new level.