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By Karen Cohilas - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Four Albany businesses get a little publicity in Southern Living. Lancaster Village is home to Kay Fuller Interiors, Gourmet Gadgets, Mayberry Diner and Tommy Mc's.

They all got kudos for their products in the popular magazine. Tommy Mc's was featured for its sweet selection of cakes and other goodies. Owner Tommy McDowell says he thinks the reason his store was featured, and the reason people keep coming back, is his commitment to local vendors.

He said, "We have loyal customers that have been coming to see us for 10 and 11 years and they've continued to come see us and they know they can get the good South Georgia goodies here." You can read the article about the shops in Lancaster Village in the March edition of Southern Living.

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