Published on November 18th, 2015 | by Millennium Magazine Staff0
NCBA Holds Business Service Day in North Columbia
Pictured: Columbia City Councilman, Sam Davis presents a special award to Sabrina Odom, executive director of the North Columbia Business Association and volunteers
Columbia, SC – The North Columbia Business Association (NCBA) hosted a press conference to commence the first Annual North Columbia Business Service Day recently. The press conference took place at the Eau Claire Town Hall in the Hopkins-Manley Room located at 3404 Monticello Road in Columbia.
The first annual North Columbia Business Service Day began with a host of volunteers from the community that gave their time and talent to spruce up local businesses in the North Columbia footprint. They had a local contractor that offered painting services to participating businesses. We will be beautifying the front of businesses along the North Main corridor. We will also help a new business move into the area.
Sabrina Odom, executive director of the North Columbia Business Association, says, “NCBA is in service to our business community. This annual event supports our mission to make North Columbia the place to do business. We take pride in our area and we will continue to foster the spirit of unity among our businesses and our community by coming together this way. This is just our way of giving back. We invite all members of the community to join us. ”
For more information, contact Sabrina Odom Edwards at (803) 786-7232.
The North Columbia Business Association was established in 2008 for the purpose of uniting and promoting businesses while rebuilding and re-establishing the image of the North Columbia community. The Association provides an avenue for businesses to speak as one voice on important business interests along with a focus on the community.