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'Wall-breaking' ceremony held for a new Thomasville business

A new medical facility in Thomasville celebrated the beginning of construction today by hosting a wall breaking ceremony. (Source:WALB) A new medical facility in Thomasville celebrated the beginning of construction today by hosting a wall breaking ceremony. (Source:WALB)
Southern Vascular Specialists just bought a building on East Jackson street. (Source:WALB) Southern Vascular Specialists just bought a building on East Jackson street. (Source:WALB)
"You know we at the chamber are always thrilled to have new members because to us that's just more people we can help, more businesses we can make successful, and a better community we can form," said Lauren Basford, Chamber Executive Directo(Source:WALB) "You know we at the chamber are always thrilled to have new members because to us that's just more people we can help, more businesses we can make successful, and a better community we can form," said Lauren Basford, Chamber Executive Directo(Source:WALB)
The company plans to have the building revitalized and ready to go by the beginning of next year. (Source:WALB) The company plans to have the building revitalized and ready to go by the beginning of next year. (Source:WALB)
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

A new medical facility in Thomasville celebrated the beginning of construction on Friday by hosting a wall breaking ceremony.

Southern Vascular Specialists just bought a building on East Jackson street.

They plan to start renovating it on Monday.

Chamber members as well as executives from the company took sledge hammers to a wall that they plan to knock down.

"You know we at the chamber are always thrilled to have new members because to us that's just more people we can help, more businesses we can make successful, and a better community we can form," said Lauren Basford, Chamber Executive Director.

The company plans to have the building revitalized and ready to go by the beginning of next year.

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