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Downtown Moultrie officials work to bring new businesses to downtown area

Carrie Viohl, Co-owner of The Square Carrie Viohl, Co-owner of The Square
MOULTRIE, GA (WALB) -

     Downtown Moultrie officials are working to bring new businesses to the area.

They put together a Downtown Moultrie Dining Survey to find out what restaurants people visit and what they'd like to see.
 They hope the results will help recruit new restaurants downtown.
 One of the owners of The Square says they invested in the future of Downtown Moultrie two years ago, and it's been a good investment.


"So having a local business in a small downtown just really works and it's really cool,” said Carrie Viohl, Co-owner of The Square. “Because we have a lot of regulars that come in two or three nights a week and we know them by name, we know what they like. We know their families. When they come in the door we know this one wants a coke, and that one wants a sweet tea with no lemon. You know that's really cool. "

You can find a link to the survey by clicking here.

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