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I am interested in this for sure. My family has been looking for a good church. I was raised in church but they were all about community and helping each other. All the churches I have visited around here are about who's wallet opens the widest. What part of Kennesaw is it in? We live off of exit 7 on 575.

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We were hoping to make it. I got the mailer last week and my wife and I were excited to go. Unfortunately we just got back from my son's scrimmage game that ran way over so I doubt we will be up in time. Good luck with the launch and I hope to be attending soon!

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Yes he just joined his middle school team and Saturday was his first scrimmage. Between him and my daughter's marching band we keep a full schedule. I also have a 14 month old to keep up with as well lol. If you still happen to be in town feel free to stop by the shop. We are at 10262 main st in Woodstock, just 2 exits up from bells ferry.

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I can't get the link to work but I will check it out on Facebook later. Thanks for the like by the way. Funny story, I actually used to get (before I got fatter lol) asked all the time if I used to play football but I'm actually not a sports fan. I've been a car guy my whole life so while everyone else was checking out stats and learning plays I was building engines and tuning carbs.

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Craigslist is the best bet around here. I just picked up an 01 suburban for my wife that "needed a transmission" which of course wouldn't have been too big of a deal anyway. The bonus was the chafed power wire putting it in limp mode. So for a grand total of around 2500 she has a nice, reliable truck that could easily pull 5000 lbs for cheap. And it looks good too. The deals are there a nd if they need any help tell them to call me at the shop.

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I went to Abiding Church yesterday and all I can say is wow! It is such a breath of fresh air to be in a church so alive with the spirit of God and not just a money making super church in search of the next Cadillac for the pastor. You can hear and feel the conviction in Janna's voice when she sings and Craig delivers an awesome sermon based on real modern life. It was an emotional experience for my entire family. Even little Wyatt loved playing in the nursery so much he didn't seem to realize we left until we walked back to the door after the service. Only being 13 minutes from my house, we have definitely found our house of worship at last!

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It has been getting better. We didn't really raise prices as much as we quit giving out discounts. I have a new service manager that is amazing so far and he keeps me away from the customers. I have a hard time hearing all the sob stories and not giving in lol. We have also started thank you calls and where have you been letters. I also plan on borrowing some of stow's marketing ideas because he seems to be quite inventive.

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