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May 25, 2007

Valdosta -- The Valdosta-Lowndes Chamber of Commerce is honoring Nexxtep Technology Services as their small business of the year.   Nexxtep offers technology consulting for small and mid-sized businesses throughout the Southeast.   

Since opening in 2002, the business has grown in size and in community involvement, two key factors that helped the business win the award.     

Those at Nexxtep hope this award represents where their company is heading in the future. "We are continuously expanding our technologies, moving forward this year and some exciting plans next year," said Stuart Areara, Vice President.

"We plan to be here for a while and grow and serve the Valdosta and South Georgia area," said Paul Nichols, President.     

The business got a $6,000 prize package from the Chamber.

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