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By Jim Wallace - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - During these tough economic times, there are some businesses that are still growing, adding jobs, and investing in South Georgia.

AT& T is opening new larger stores at Nottingham Way and Ledo Road and adding cell towers near Darton College and Albany State.

AT& T's new store has 12 employees. They say their customers demand the latest technology and widest variety of devices and services, even during a recession.

AT&T Regional Manager Courtney Brinson said  "The communications growth continues, particularly in Albany, and that's why we have invested so heavily."

AT&T's new Albany store has all the latest technology and services on display, and you can test them right there. Their grand opening is Saturday from noon to 2.

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