Business: Sign’s up at Old Navy as ‘opening this fall’ draws closer. Changes for Summerville restaurant. Latest business newsmakers.

Business: Sign’s up at Old Navy as ‘opening this fall’ draws closer. Changes for Summerville restaurant. Latest business newsmakers.

Sign of the times: With a fall opening drawing closer, the sign is finally up at Old Navy coming soon to East Bend adjacent to Kohl’s (also due soon).
On Tuesday,were putting some final touches on the sign and the store’s exterior.
We still don’t have an opening date but hiring is continuing. You can check the latest openings here.

Some changes for Jefferson’s in Summerville: Two weeks after opening their second location in Ringgold, the team behind Jefferson’s in Summerville is closing Mondays and Tuesdays. This note was posted on the Summerville Facebook page:
“Jefferson’s in Summerville will honor our hard-working staff by closing on Monday and Tuesday’s for the next several weeks… On Monday and Tuesday, if you get in the mood for some great food from Jefferson’s visit our second location in Ringgold, Georgia.”
The Ringgold location opened up at the first of this month. Both locations are hiring.

Kitty Barton
River City Bank and LPL Financial announce the promotion of Kitty Barton to Senior Vice President and Director of RCB Wealth Management. Kitty joined RCB Wealth Management in May 2012 as a Wealth Advisor. With over 40 years of experience in banking and investment services within the Northwest Georgia community,
she has been instrumental in expanding the depth of services that we are able to provide to our clients. Kitty began her banking career with National City Bank in 1976. Prior to joining RCB Wealth Management, she was a Financial Advisor with Wachovia Securities as well as LPL Financial Services at Greater Community Bank.
Doug Jenkins

Georgia Power’s Board of Directors has elected Doug Jenkins as vice president for the company’s West Region, effective immediately. In this role, he will lead external activities for 415,000 customers in a 40-county area that includes Columbus, Macon and Rome. In addition, he will provide leadership and support for power delivery, customer service, sales and community and economic development efforts in the region.

“Doug’s 30-plus years of experience in regional external affairs, customer service, and operations make him well qualified to lead our efforts to safely deliver reliable energy, innovative solutions and superior customer value,” said Bentina Terry, senior vice president of Region External Affairs and Community Engagement for Georgia Power. “His role as a highly recognized statewide leader in promoting education and economic development initiatives has proven instrumental in enhancing the communities we serve.”

He will be headquartered in Columbus as he begins his new role. Most recently, he served as regional director for Metro North in the Atlanta area and has more than three decades of experience in region operations, engineering, key account management, customer service and sales at Georgia Power.

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