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Worth Co. businesses team up for annual event

Stuart Pate Stuart Pate
WORTH CO., GA (WALB) -

Dozens of businesses will line the streets of downtown Sylvester to showcase their products.

The fourth "business after hours" event is Thursday from 5pm to 7pm, which coincides with WALB's News on the Road broadcast.

More than 30 businesses will be set up on Kelly Street between Main and Isabella Streets and you could win one of 40 door prizes.

"There's some new things happening that the people in the outlying areas of the community aren't aware of, because Worth County is a large county. So this gives and opportunity for a one stop location," said Stuart Pate, a director for the Sylvester Worth County Chamber of Commerce.

Be sure to join us for WALB's News on the Road starting at 5 pm. We'll be indoors at the former Empires store on North Isabella Street in Sylvester.


 

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