The University of Georgia Alumni Association has unveiled its 2020 Bulldog 100 list of fastest-growing businesses owned or operated by UGA alumni and Cartersville natives Matt and Stephen Womack’s company Womack Custom Homes made the list! Both brothers are proud UGA alumni and fourth-generation home builders.
“We are beyond thrilled to be recognized by The University of Georgia for our company’s growth,” Matt Womack, president of Womack Custom Homes, said. “Whether a historic renovation, new custom home, remodel or addition, we create houses families call home. The fact we can do what we are passionate about while making a living is the ultimate dream.”
Womack Custom Homes experienced phenomenal growth in 2020 fueled by the brothers’ reputation for building a quality home paired with low interest rates. The builder completed a historic renovation, two custom builds, three remodels, two active-adult homes and started eight townhomes during the year. Projects ranged in size and scope with prices from the mid-$100,000s to over $1 million.
The 2020 Bulldog 100 includes businesses of all sizes and from industries such as technology, cosmetics, entertainment and education. Companies are based as far north as Virginia and as far west as Nevada. Of the 100 recognized businesses, 84 are located within Georgia.
The UGA Alumni Association will host the annual Bulldog 100 Celebration in Athens on February 8, 2021, to celebrate the alumni business leaders and count down the ranked list to ultimately reveal the No. 1 fastest-growing business.Visit www.news.uga.edu/2020-bulldog-100-list/ to see the full list.
To learn more, visit www.WomackCustomHomes.com.
Toles, Temple & Wright, Inc. welcomes Lori Magnicheri. Her extensive knowledge of Rome’s business community, basic concepts including tax abatement opportunities, planning and zoning, along with her passion to see the community grow and improve, will make her a wonderful asset. Magnicheri is a graduate of Armuchee High School (1999), attended Georgia Highlands College, Georgia Northwestern Technical College (Associates in Vascular Ultrasound) and Shorter University (Business Management). Previous employment includes seven years at Suhner Manufacturing, four years with the Rome Floyd Chamber and two years in the Rome City Manager’s Office.