Four small businesses selected to each receive a $5,000 grant from Comcast Business
Comcast Business announced today the launch of Together Towards Tomorrow, a campaign focused on supporting the small business community. As part of this effort, Comcast Business and the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce partnered to award $5,000 grants each to four small businesses that were heavily impacted by the global pandemic.
“We appreciate Comcast’s generous support of Gwinnett County’s businesses, which are the lifeblood of our community,” said Nick Masino, President and CEO, Gwinnett Chamber. “Programs such as Together Towards Tomorrow are vital in supporting our businesses at a critical time.”
The following Gwinnett-based companies will receive $5,000 each:
- The Good Manners, which offers services oriented to the planning, production and execution of high-level events.
- The Strategic Hub, a boutique coaching and training firm for small businesses.
- Organized Chick, a professional organizing business that specializes in helping small business owners achieve balance in their lives as entrepreneurs.
- Revolution Teen Center, a non-profit proactive community teen center featuring numerous after school programs for 7th through 12th
“This year’s pandemic has created some very profound challenges for businesses here in Gwinnett County and across our country,” said Jason Gumbs, regional SVP at Comcast. “Through Together Towards Tomorrow, Comcast Business is proud to support our local businesses during this challenging time, and we appreciate our strong partnership with the Gwinnett Chamber to make this happen.”