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Ribbon Cutting at BridgeBuilder Education & Investments
by Chamber News on January 26th, 2016

Valdosta Welcomes BridgeBuilder Education & Investments
VALDOSTA, GA- The Chamber Ambassadors recently hosted a ribbon cutting for BridgeBuilder Education & Investments on the front steps of the Barber House. After relocating to Valdosta a short time ago, this business is officially ready to serve property investors in the Valdosta-Lowndes County community.
Home to Co-Founder DeWayne Johnson, Lowndes County was chosen as the place of relocation for BridgeBuilder Education & Investments. Since their settlement, BridgeBuilder Education & Investments has set a goal to get involved with the community. “We have mentored at two Valdosta City schools to students in order to keep them encouraged about higher learning and having an entrepreneur, business aptitude,” said Johnson.
BridgeBuilder Education & Investments has adopted the tagline “We Manage What Matters to You.” This mission instills the goal of providing information to clients including the basics of investing, health tips, budgeting fundamentals and advocating for the community. The “BridgeBuilders” work to keep tenants connected and fully informed with relevant knowledge that fits personal interests and needs.
“We decided to hold a Ribbon Cutting because of the milestone it meant for our business,” said Johnson. The Chamber is proud to welcome a new member. For more information on the services provided by BridgeBuilder Education & investments, call (888) 247-1362 or visit their website at
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The Valdosta-Lowndes Chamber of Commerce is a private, not-for-profit membership organization that serves as the voice of business in Lowndes County. The chamber advocates for more than 1300 area businesses led by a dedicated volunteer board of directors. The chamber has been Five-Star Accredited by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce since 2008.

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