Ribbon cutting held for Mini Melts

A ribbon cutting was held for new Athens Chamber of Commerce member Mini Melts recently. Athens Chamber friends and family joining in the celebration shown here are (from left) Jeremy Ware; Ashley Ware; Amy Simonds; Sherry Presswood; Wendy Satherlie; Crystal Freeman; Jenni Akens; Candice Brown; Nikki and Tyler Crittenden with children Tiani, Landon and Maleah Crittenden, Mini Melts owners; Lisa Rhea, Chamber diplomat/McMinn County Sherriff’s Office; Joanne Arnett, Chamber diplomat/Simmons Bank; John Gentry, McMinn County mayor; Ginger Arden, VIP Promotional Products, LLC; C. Seth Sumner, Athens city manager; Keith Price, McMinn County assessor of property; Dainel Atkinson, PrimeLending; Rob Preston, Chamber president/CEO; Amy McDonald, Chamber diplomat/Athens Utilities Board; Luke Shepherd, Chamber diplomat/Companion Funeral Home & Cremation Service; Lisa Harrison, Chamber diplomat/Guardian Home Care; Tina South, Chamber diplomat/McMinn Senior Citizen Activity Center; Holly Goins, Chamber board member/Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union; Sheriff Joe Guy, McMinn County Sheriff’s Office; Wes Crittenden; Chan Patrick, First Horizon Bank; Hugh Wilson, Chamber diplomat/VIP Promotional Products, LLC; and Dwayne Whitted.

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