Originally created 08/31/97

On the move: businesspeople in transition

These individuals have been recognized for their achievements.


The following is information about hirings and promotions of businesspeople in the Augusta area:

Leslie Carol Fletcher has been named membership coordinator for the Metro Augusta Chamber of Commerce. She replaces Cindy Stokes. Ms. Fletcher provides administrative support to and coordinates events for chamber committees, such as Membership, Women in Business, Pride in Progress, the Ambassador's Club and the Small Business Roundtable.

Rodney Wells of Savannah has been named regional vice president for Scott Alarm. His region includes Scott Alarm offices in Augusta, Charleston, Charlotte, Columbia, Macon and Savannah.


The following is information about awards and personal honors of businesspeople in the Augusta area:

Eugene J. Ringel of the McDonald's restaurant at 2624 Deans Bridge Road in Augusta has been awarded a Bachelor of Hamburgerology degree from McDonald's Hamburger University for graduating from the University's Advanced Operations Course. All McDonald's restaurant managers, franchisees, midmanagement and company executives throughout the world are required to complete this course.

Kay-Lynn Chritton, film director for kc films, a division of KC Productions Inc. in Aiken, picked up a Bronze Telly for "Winds of Change," a 60-second commercial she directed and produced for Georgia Bank & Trust Co. last year, at the national Telly Awards competition, which recognizes outstanding TV commercials and film and video productions.

Kenneth A. White, of Langley, S.C., has earned membership in the prestigious Million Dollar Round Table for the first time. Membership in the 1997 Million Dollar Round Table was attained by outstanding life insurance producers.

Betsy Eisner, Beth Hamilton, and Randy Snipes, furniture specialists at Ivan Allen, attended Neocon, the international trade show for the furniture industry.

J.T. Cosnahan recently attended the eighth annual Fraud Conference, where he participated in seminars on the latest trends and techniques in fraud deterrence and prevention. The conference was sponsored by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

Tommy Norris of Prudential Preferred Financial Service recently attended the company's annual Leaders' Conference.

The On The Move/Biz Bits column is a free listing of The Augusta Chronicle. We should receive typewritten information and photos about businesspeople for this column no later than noon Tuesday. Please send items to The Augusta Chronicle, On The Move/Biz Bits, Newsroom, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903; bring them to the News Building at 725 Broad St.; or send a fax to (706) 722-7403. Include a contact name and phone number. Write names of subjects and any return information on the back of photos, which must be submitted with the information.


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