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Investors

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE

chairman's circle
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CEO council

ceo council
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Leader's Forum

leader's forum
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Strategic Partners

strategic partners
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Growth leader

growth leader
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investor colleagues

investor colleagues
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Community associates

community associates
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partners

partners
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A word from our investors

A word from our investors

Char Haber, owner of Wolf Bay Restaurants, shares a little bit of the story and history that has made this family–owned Baldwin County tradition the gem it is today.

Jeff and Aimee Frazier, owners of L A BBQ have found big success here in Baldwin County. We sat down with them for a few minutes to find out what they’ve been doing to guarantee that big success kept moving forward during Covid-19. 

Mayor Robert Craft has called Baldwin County home since he was 2 years old. From accidentally eating a sand dollar to helping us all get through the Oil Spill, he shares some of his memories that have made up a wonderful life. 

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