T-Mobile won the first annual Wow! Winning First Impression Award, given by the Greater Hidden Hills Community Development Corporation. This is the T-Mobile next to Kroger, at Redan and S. Hairston.
T-Mobile won a beautiful planter for its storefront. Potted plants and attractive window displays attract customers.
Rainbow and WholeCare Pharmacy were finalists in the contest.
The contest is part of Greater Hidden Hill CDC’s effort to encourage all businesses in the community to improve their storefronts. Curb appeal matters!
Curb appeal is simple and inexpensive. It will
- increase customer traffic
- boost revenue
- attract residents and visitors
GHHCDC thanks Kroger for donating a cake and balloons for the ceremony.
“We ask all businesses to remember that it only takes a second to form a first impression,” says GHHCDC President Jan Costello. “Now is the time to dress up storefronts with planters, window displays, and benches. These improvements will encourage people to shop in the community.”
The Greater Hidden Hills Community Development Corporation, a 501(c)(3), is committed to improving economic development and quality of life.
This contest was made possible by a grant from the Neighborhood Fund. The Neighborhood Fund, an initiative of The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, empowers community members to positively impact neighborhoods at the local level. Building upon grassroots ideas and energy, Neighborhood Fund provides grants and support to community groups to build relationships, develop leadership and change communities within the 23-county region.