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We will work with you to supply a professional bartender at your wedding, so you can say "I Do" without worrying about your drink service.
RTB can provide bartenders for your upcoming company dinner, award ceremony, team building exercise, and more. Our bartenders will be dressed for the occasion and will provide service that is tailored to your occasion.
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In addition to bar rentals in Powder Springs, GA, Raising the Bar also offers a suite of concessions services for events in Georgia. RTB concessions were born out of the desire to provide a next-generation beverage experience. This service is tailored to brand sponsors who wish to provide consumers with an elevated cocktail experience in a large setting. Special events and festivals in Georgia are only glmb-rowing in popularity. Today, consumers attending these events expect a wider variety of drink choices. They crave a personalized experience, and Raising the Bar is the perfect partner to choose when executing such an event
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Former Alabama receiver Javon Baker will transfer to UCF after he initially announced on Jan. 21 that he was transferring to Kentucky, it was revealed Wednesday. Baker made...
Former Alabama receiver Javon Baker will transfer to UCF after he initially announced on Jan. 21 that he was transferring to Kentucky, it was revealed Wednesday. Baker made the announcement through Instagram. Baker signed with Kentucky in February but did not enroll during the spring practice season. Reports surfaced at that time that he was no longer expected to play for the Wildcats, and the decision Wednesday now confirms those reports. Kentucky was coming off a 2021 season that saw the Wildcats go 10-3 after starting the year 6-0.
Baker became the second receiver to commit to Kentucky in the transfer portal this offseason and not wind up joining the team. Syracuse receiver transfer Taj Harris was also pledged to Kentucky but did not join the Wildcats. Harris' flip was reportedly due to concerns that Harris would not have enough academic credits to transfer and be eligible at Kentucky.
As for Baker, he appeared in 12 games last year at Alabama and 21 during his two-year career with the Crimson Tide, serving as a reserve wideout and playing on special teams. He caught seven passes for 101 yards and a touchdown last fall and had nine catches for 116 yards for his tenure in Tuscaloosa.
Baker was a member of Alabama's 2020 signing class and was a four-star recruit out of Powder Springs (Ga.) High School. He was rated the No. 34 receiver, No. 20 player from the state of Georgia and 200th overall prospect for the 2020 cycle, per the industry-generated 247Sports Composite.
Established in October of 2018, the NCAA’s transfer portal allows collegiate student-athletes to merely enter their name into an online database and wait for collegiate teams to contact them. It is also worth noting that players can withdraw their names from the transfer portal, too.
UCF is entering its second season under head coach Gus Malzahn and what could be the team's final season in the American Athletic Conference. The Knights went 9-4 a year ago in their first season under Malzahn, capping the year with a Gasparilla Bowl victory against the Florida Gators.
The Knights, along with Houston and Cincinnati, are slated to join the Big 12 in 2024, though reports surfaced earlier in the year the three outbound AAC schools were attempting to negotiate an early exit in 2023. BYU is already set to join the Big 12 in 2023, bringing to the league to at least 11 teams that fall barring an early departure for Oklahoma and Texas to the SEC.
BamaOnLine's Charlie Potter contributed to this report.
The city started this festival just last year and brought in over 10,000 attendees.POWDER SPRINGS, Ga. — The City of Powder Springs will be Bringing the Sea to The Springs next week for their three-day seafood festival at Thurman Springs Park.The event begins Friday, May 13 and will run through the weekend.Powder Springs started this festival just la...
The city started this festival just last year and brought in over 10,000 attendees.
The event begins Friday, May 13 and will run through the weekend.
Powder Springs started this festival just last year and brought in more than 10,000 attendees.
This year, they’re once again partnering with Robin Robert Promotions for this free family-friendly event designed to bring the community together through tasty food, juried arts and crafts, fellowship, and fun.
“We are excited to produce this fantastic festival a second year for the citizens of Powder Springs and the metro Atlanta area,” said Roberts in a released statement. “We look forward to the community coming out for this weekend of food, live entertainment, crafts and fun.”
Powder Springs Mayor Al Thurman hopes to see the same turnout as last year.
“I think it really, to be truthful, put us on the map because it was so well attended, the food was good, and I’m hearing people from outside of the city in other places talking about ‘the Seafood Festival in Powder Springs,’ so that’s how big of an impact it was and how word spread,” he said.
Event Details:Friday, May 13 | 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.Saturday, May 14 | 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.Sunday, May 15 | 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Local food vendors attending the event will carry a variety of seafood and other cuisines from merchants like All Around the World Food Truck, Pork Ur Fork, Forget Me Not Catering, South Fried Catfish Company, Ohana Shaved Ice and more.
Live performances will feature local Atlanta musicians including artists like the Gold Standard Band, American Hope Band, The Georgia Blues Brothers and a Tina Turner tribute artist.
Attendees will also be able to browse and purchase the local arts and crafts from vendors. Children can spend their time in the Kids Zone where fun activities like bounce houses and face painting will be made available.
While this is a family-friendly event, coolers and pets are not allowed.
In addition, general admission and parking are free. Those looking to attend some of the VIP events the festival is hosting - like The Beach Club - you can purchase tickets online. Tickets include preferred seating, a private bar and lawn games.
Suga’s Cheese Shoppe and Cafe is now open on Marietta Street in the city of Powder Springs, 20 miles northwest of Atlanta. Owned by chef Stacey “Suga” West, the menu for the cafe features dishes centered around the Southern cheese spread.West first launched the business as Suga’s Pimento Cheeses in 2017, selling a variety of pimento cheese flavors, like black truffle, pesto and feta, and bacon asiago, at farmers markets and local sho...
Suga’s Cheese Shoppe and Cafe is now open on Marietta Street in the city of Powder Springs, 20 miles northwest of Atlanta. Owned by chef Stacey “Suga” West, the menu for the cafe features dishes centered around the Southern cheese spread.
West first launched the business as Suga’s Pimento Cheeses in 2017, selling a variety of pimento cheese flavors, like black truffle, pesto and feta, and bacon asiago, at farmers markets and local shops around metro Atlanta. The chef says opening the cafe and shop in Powder Springs was a “logical step” in the evolution of the business, which serves and sells Suga’s 12 pimento cheese flavors (four of which are vegan.)
Look for charcuterie and pimento cheese plates and entrees incorporating the cheese spread, including shrimp scampi with pesto and feta pimento cheese, a burger topped with black truffle pimento cheese, and smoked gouda mac and pimento cheese balls on the menu. A vegan burger comes topped with alfalfa sprouts, black bean hummus tomato jam, and Suga’s vegantastic pimento cheese. There’s pimento cheese cheesecake and cookies for dessert.
In addition to selling batches of Suga’s pimento cheeses, the Powder Springs shop also carries pickles, jams, a selection of snacks, and other pantry items.
Prior to starting the pimento cheese business with husband Robert and son Quinton Jones, who is also a chef, West worked at metro Atlanta restaurants like the Hil at Serenbe under former chef and owner Hilary White and for Georgia Grown, the marketing and economic development arm of the Georgia Department of Agriculture.
4456 Marietta Street, Powder Springs. sugascheeseshoppe.com. Open Wednesday - Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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Fresh delicious seafood? Seafood lovers are urged to mark their calendar for the upcoming Bringing the Sea to the Springs Seafood Fest scheduled for Friday, (May 13th) – 3 p.m. – 9 p.m.; Saturday, (May 14th) 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Sunday, (May 15th) 12 Noon – 5 p.m. at Thurman Springs Park, Home of Hardy Family Automotive Amphitheater, 4485 Pineview Drive, Powder Springs, GA 30127...
Fresh delicious seafood? Seafood lovers are urged to mark their calendar for the upcoming Bringing the Sea to the Springs Seafood Fest scheduled for Friday, (May 13th) – 3 p.m. – 9 p.m.; Saturday, (May 14th) 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Sunday, (May 15th) 12 Noon – 5 p.m. at Thurman Springs Park, Home of Hardy Family Automotive Amphitheater, 4485 Pineview Drive, Powder Springs, GA 30127. The City of Powder Springs has once again joined with Robin Roberts Promotions to present this free family event designed to bring the community together through tasty food, juried arts and crafts, fellowship, and fun. “We are excited to produce this fantastic festival a second year for the citizens of Powder Springs and the metro Atlanta area.,” said Roberts. “We look forward to the community coming out for this weekend of food, live entertainment, crafts and fun.”
The inaugural festival in 2021 welcomed over 10,000 attendees.
I think it really, to be truthful, put us on the map because it was so well attended, the food was good and I’m hearing people from outside of the city in other places talking about “the Seafood Festival in Powder Springs,” so that’s how big of an impact it was and how word spread, said City of Powder Springs Mayor Al Thurman. “People are excited that it is coming back again, and it’s going to be a signature event for Powder Springs going forward,” he said.
While the emphasis is enjoying fresh Seafood, other cuisines will be available as well. The list of Seafood and Landlubbers Food Vendors will offer a variety of cuisine to satisfy diverse pallets, from vendors such as, Atlanta Seafood Company, The Shrimp Box, C&G Concessions, All Around the World Food Truck, Raul’s Latin Food Truck, Wild Caught Seafood Food Truck, CJ’s Food Fantasy, Forget Me Not Catering, The Hillbilly Café, Pinch & Pull Seafood, Dunwoody Cafe and Catering, Gripps Grill Catering, BJ’s Concessions, R&H Events & Promotions, Pork Ur Fork, Explosion Catering, South Fried Catfish Company, Ohana Shaved Ice, Swainson’s Catering, Rachel’s Cuisine an Sweet Treats, Sno-Angel Delights, Flavors by J. Mitchell and much more.
The festival features arts and crafts for sale, live music from local Atlanta musicians including Gold Standard Band, a cover band that plays hits from R&B groups; Chimere Scott, a Tina Turner Tribute Artist who offers The Timeless Tina Tribute Show, American Hope Band, the hottest young country band to come out of Atlanta, and The Georgia Blues Brothers, a tribute band that celebrates the original Blues Brothers film. Arts and crafts will be on sale, and the kids can have lots of fun in the Kids Zone with bounce houses and face painting. No coolers or pets are allowed. General Admission and Parking to the Festival are free, however, there are tickets available for unique events taking place such as The Beach Club VIP Ticket which includes VIP seating, Private Bar, and Lawn Games.
Sponsors for Bringing the Sea to the Springs2022 are The City of Powder Springs, Georgia Power, Cobb Travel and Tourism, Georgia Party Rental, Hand Me Ups, Suga’s Cheese Shop and Café, Collett’s Country Store, Johnny’s BBQ, The Bookworm Bookstore, Katie Harris State Farm Insurance, Spa Wags, The Shrimp Box, Rid Property Services and One Parker Style.
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A nearly 400,000 square-foot industrial complex will be built in southern Powder Springs despite continued objections from residents who live nearby.City Council rezoned and annexed 127 acres of land late Monday to make way for a massive logistics center and accompanying warehouse in the city’s C.H. James Parkway corridor.The Native Development Group plans to build the 338,550-square-foot distribution depot adjacent to a 60,000-square-foot warehouse on undeveloped land along Oglesby Road.Councilmembers approved rez...
A nearly 400,000 square-foot industrial complex will be built in southern Powder Springs despite continued objections from residents who live nearby.
City Council rezoned and annexed 127 acres of land late Monday to make way for a massive logistics center and accompanying warehouse in the city’s C.H. James Parkway corridor.
The Native Development Group plans to build the 338,550-square-foot distribution depot adjacent to a 60,000-square-foot warehouse on undeveloped land along Oglesby Road.
Councilmembers approved rezoning for the 9.2-acre portion of the development within city limits, where the warehouse will be built.
The city also voted to annex the 117 acres into the city from unincorporated Cobb County. The distribution center will be sited on that property.
The approvals came after nearly two months of negotiations between the Alpharetta developer, city officials and many residents of Springbrook Estates, a single-family subdivision just north of the development site.
The stakeholders carved out 27 stipulations that Native Development Group agreed to incorporate into its plan. Many of the stipulations aimed to limit truck traffic from spilling onto roads into neighboring residential areas.
“I’d like to think this was a team effort,” Joe McGorrey, principal of the Native Development Group, told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Tuesday. “I do think this is a good project. And maybe the underlying theme is this has been zoned as industrial since 1986. So whether it’s me or somebody else, it was going to get developed as an industrial project at some point.”
The Native Development Group and city officials estimate the industrial complex can bring up to 200 jobs and about $85,000 in annual tax revenue to Powder Springs.
The project, nevertheless, has faced pushback from Springbrook Estates residents who’ve been adamant in their opposition to an industrial hub being built near their homes
As they did when the development first went before City Council in September, residents on Monday continued to worry that the development could negatively impact the value of their homes by heightening truck traffic in their neighborhood. They’re also concerned the big rigs on the road could pose safety and environmental issues.
“When you say you’ve talked to the residents, you haven’t talked to me,” said Marvin Stokes, who owns a home along Misty Creek Court. “You’re directly affecting my lifestyle, you’re affecting my living ability, you’re affecting everything about why I came to Powder Springs.”
Councilwoman Nancy Farmer, who represents Ward 3 where the development will be sited, was the lone council member who voted against the zoning and annexation ordinances Monday. She said the warehouse would negative safety and environmental impacts on the community.
“This city is trying to get everybody to come in and give them the best quality of life,” she said. “If we put a warehouse 1,000 feet from their backyard, that’s not being good stewards of the citizens. That’s not being rational.”
Councilman Patrick Bordelon said he’d written up a statement to oppose the development prior to Monday’s meeting. He was convinced to vote for it after he saw the stipulations the developer and city officials worked out. Among them were measures to keep trucks from making right turns onto Lewis Road from Oglesby Road and signs to cut off truck traffic beyond the distribution site’s driveway on Oglesby Road.
Bordelon also noted that distribution center property was already zoned to allow industrial development. That portion did not need any city council approval.
“If we do not approve this, and these 27 stipulations go away, then the project that goes in there would not be as beneficial to the residents of this neighborhood,” he said.