Sp ec ial Ed Me iti mb on e ! rs hi p July 2009 Vol. 33 | 4 Vol. 33 | 6 G R E AT E R R O M E C H A M B E R O F C O M M E R C E | R O M E , G E O R G I A “Chamber Champions” Membership Drive Inside Scores A Last Minute Winning Goal Partners in Prosperity II Ribbon Cuttings Vice Chairman of Membership and Chairman-Elect Harry Brock, What’s That Project? Appraisal Associates of Rome, and Campaign Chairperson Kay Chumbler, Greater Rome Bank, are pleased to announce that -Southwest Bypass the 2009 Membership Campaign exceeded its goal! Partici- Small Business Spotlight pants surpassed the $25,000 goal on the final day by recruiting -Putt-Putt Family Fun Center $25,637.50 in new memberships! Many thanks to all new New Members/Renewals members, volunteers and sponsors for a successful campaign! Calendar of Events WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! After Hours Auto Boutique Ignite Independent Associ- Peter’s Commercial Alberts Autos ate/LeChristine Swanson Construction, Inc. Alfa Insurance - Jim Childs Ingram’s Originals Plantation of Horseleg Auto Alley Work Ready Project Joel McCool Agency Pokey’s Hometown Sports Auto Right Superstore (Alfa Insurance) Posh BC Group Enterprises, LLC L & W Trailer Outlet, LLC Prater & York, LLC Beltone Hearing Aid Center Lovvorn Door PRW Clothing Betts & Associates & Window Co. Thomas F. Rees, O.D. Big Bear’s BBQ McCullough Roofing & Rehab Techniques Buford Construction, Tod Metal Works, Inc. Physical Therapy C & R Compliance, LLC McDonald Wealth Reynolds Tree Service Championship Foundation, Inc. Management Rome Primary Care, LLC L-R: Representatives Barbara Massey Claremont House Ruby Nails Reece and Barry Loudermilk, Senator Mike Britton Allstate Preston Smith. Clyde Collier Photography Agency Rudy’s European Auto Repair Collins Sign Cleaning Systems Custom Cleaning Miss Rome Scholarship Pageant S. Hart Designs Stephen G. Sansbury Post-Legislative Luncheon D & J Lawncare Mitchell Auto Glass Shoe Wee >> Chamber members received reports Dippity Do-Da Dogs Mulkey Landscaping, Inc. Shorter BP from State Representatives Katie Dempsey Hamilton S Dixon, M.D. My Tiers of Joy Southern Ground Landscapes (LR ‘87), Barry Loudermilk, Rick Crawford EnVision Media Cakery & Catering SRC Technology Solutions and Barbara Massey Reece, along with FHR LLC dba Roper Construction North Georgia Joe Tarpley State Senator Preston Smith at the 2009 Finders Keepers Roof & Restoration Tucker Electric Parnick Jennings Sr’s Twiggs Post-Legislative Luncheon. Budget issues Obstetrics & Gynecology Good Shepherd Funeral Home Specialists Vanguard Mortgage were a common theme during the assess- Graham Firm Dr. Mark Bradshaw Tony Miller ment of the session that ended in April. Greg Dixon Paint Contractor Opi’s Waterfront Grill Willis/HRH Also mentioned was Georgia’s place- Historic Desoto C Ronald Patton Willow Creek Landscape ment as 50th on the list of taxes levied per Theatre Foundation, Inc. Perfect Choice Supply capita. “We tax less than any other state,” Window Concepts said Rep. Loudermilk. This makes Georgia CAMPAIGN SPONSORS attractive to business and will position the state to be first out of the gate in an City of Rome Blue Cross Blue Shield of GA V3 Magazine economic recovery. Coosa Valley Credit Union Brunswick Golden Isles Chamber Citizens First Bank Sen. Smith mentioned that a special Floyd County Cabarrus Regional Chamber Greater Rome Bank session was likely. “We’re going to have to Georgia Power Coosa Country Club Heritage First Bank go back down there and make more cuts,” Harbin Clinic Darlington School Regions Bank Pirelli Tire North America Floyd County Schools Board of Education River City Bank he said. Rep. Dempsey praised the General Southeastern Mills Georgia Highlands College Shorter College Assembly saying “they did a very good job State Mutual Insurance Co Lowe’s Motor Speedway United Community Bank in balancing the budget.” SunTrust Marriot Marquis Atlanta Gena Agnew The delegates gave Chamber members Temple-INLAND Model High School Greene’s Jewelers Wachovia Hanging Around Rome the reality of current hardships, but also Owen’s Hardware Armuchee High School Purchasing Alliance Solutions Heyman Hospice complimented Georgia for its perseverence Berry College The King and Prince Beach and Golf Resort Rome Radio Partners, LLC and hopeful outlook for the future. W W W. R O M E G A . C O M Many of the customers of Putt-Putt come from outside of Rome. “Over 50% of our business comes from places like Fort Payne, Gadsden and Anniston, Alabama. We also see people from Calhoun, Kingston and Cartersville,” explains Doegg. “We are truly a family establishment. Our customers appre- ciate that we are a morally clean place for their children and teenagers to have fun.” Doegg hires high school students as employees and many stay to work for the small duration of their time in Rome. “It’s a great opportunity for young people in our commu- Business nity to get work experience. We even have some come back and work summers while Spotlight they are in college.” When asked what he enjoyed most Putt-Putt Family Fun Center about the business, Doegg replied, “the people. We meet so many good people that really show appreciation for what we >> The original owner of Putt-Putt Fam- ter that we added laser tag.” Putt-Putt Family provide for their children. We really don’t ily Fun Center leased the establishment to Fun Center’s wide variety of activities is sure have any problems, not even with the teen- Donald Doegg for $2 a year. In 1976, after to spark the interest of each family member. agers that come. If we had a lot of behavior two years of leasing, Doegg purchased the Hosting birthday parties and church problems, I wouldn’t be in the business. Our business and invested in its growth. groups was the key to building the business. customers are a joy to serve and they have The original facility was an 18-hole “Each time a group uses the facility, there’s a fun and appreciate what we’ve provided putt-putt golf course. Doegg gradually added chance that those individuals will come back here.” attractions to expand the facility’s activities. and bring other friends. It’s really the best Putt-Putt Family Fun Center has been Doegg explains, “The first thing we did was form of marketing,” states Doegg. “We’ve a long-time Chamber member. “We value increase the putt-putt to 36 holes. We then been around for so long that we are seeing the many ways the Chamber supports and added a game room.” Then, after seeing 3rd generation birthday parties with some grows our community. Supporting the batting cages during a family vacation, Doegg families.” By hosting 400 to 500 parties a Chamber is a must,” explains Doegg. decided to add this option to the variety of year, Putt-Putt Family Fun Center maintains Open every day of the week, Putt-Putt activities. “My family was spending a lot of personal connections with loyal customers. Family Fun Center provides daily specials for time in the batting cages during our vaca- The business also values strong relationships customers. For a link to Putt-Putt Family Fun tion,” says Doegg. “A year after the batting with the local colleges, Boy Scout troops and Center’s website, visit the Business Directory cages, we added a go-cart track and soon af- various other organizations. at www.romega.com. Pinnacle (USPS 395-030) What’s That Published monthly, except January, by the Great- project? er Rome Chamber of SOUTHWEST BYPASS Commerce, 1 Riverside Park- >> The southwest section of the bypass way, Rome, GA 30161.Peri- around Rome is currently under odical Postage Paid - Rome, construction. This is a part of the southern Ga 30161. Subscription rate bypass which will eventually link the western $20.00 per year in U.S.A. bypass with U.S. 27 near Georgia Highlands POSTMASTER: Send College. The western section will run south address changes to from Ga. 20 west of Rome, across the Coosa PINNACLE, 1 Riverside Park- River to Black’s Bluff Road. Two bridges in the way, Rome, Georgia, 30161. southwest section that will cover main areas are already taking shape. The project will cost an estimated $54.6 million and should be complete in June 2011. W W W. R O M E G A . C O M Ribbon Cuttings 333 on Broad Rehab Techniques Physical Therapy DiPrima Medical The new restaurant, 333 on Broad held a Rehab Techniques Physical Therapy, DiPrima Medical held a ribbon cutting for an ribbon cutting in honor of its grand opening. located at 20 Riverbend Drive held a ribbon expansion in their new building. The business cutting to commerate their opening. is located at 931 North Second Avenue. Greater Rome Bank Operations Center AmerPacific Rim Bistro Pine Ridge Apartments Greater Rome Bank held a ribbon cutting in AmerPacific Rim Bistro, a new Thai/Japanese Charlie Williams held a ribbon cutting to honor of its new Operations Center located Restaurant located at 168 Shorter Avenue celebrate the opening of Pine Ridge at 1600 Martha Berry Blvd. held a ribbon cutting to celebrate opening. Apartments located at 64 Lyons Drive. Partners in Prosperity II Campaign Update >> Why, amidst the worst economic reces- 200 area businesses have been asked to of our fellow citizens are hurting financially, sion in memory, has the Greater Rome Cham- participate as partners in economic develop- but we have to focus on the future if we’re ber of Commerce launched a fundraising ment. Fewer than 13 percent have declined going to succeed in growing our economy.” initiative? Because, in the words of Chamber the opportunity, and to date 70 area busi- “Prosperity is more than an economic Board Chairman David Newby (LR ‘97), Pro- nesses have agreed to invest, moving the status. It is not a right in which everyone is file Extrusion Company “A crisis is a terrible Chamber closer to the $2.5 million goal for entitled, nor is it a privilege restricted to an opportunity to waste.” the 2010 to 2015 economic development elite few. Prosperity is a community goal,” Five years ago, the first phase of Partners program. A large number of firms are cur- he emphasized. “We are united in a com- in Prosperity raised over $2 million, which rently in the budget decision process, and mon cause and dedicated to one another’s has been invested in economic development will be joining the program in the 3rd and 4th success. That’s why this is a partnership.” programs to enhance the local workforce, quarter of the year. As the campaign moves into a new recruit new businesses to Rome and Floyd Such strong support for the program, phase, with staff and volunteers continuing County, and help existing businesses expand. even in a time of uncertainty and economic to reach out to local businesses, the Cham- The success of the campaign, and the success weakness, is attributable to the understand- ber and the community can look forward of the resulting investments in economic ing by the local business community that we with confidence that the goal of $2.5 million development, have made this community grow and prosper together as a community, invested in economic development programs more resilient, with a more sustainable local and share the success. will be reached. And area businesses will economy. As surrounding communities Campaign Chair Ken Davis, M.D., CEO of continue to persevere through this economic experience plant closings and permanent the Harbin Clinic, explains how, even in tough recession, and emerge stronger, more com- job losses, Floyd County businesses have financial times, Rome business still looks petitive and more productive. worked hard to cut expenses, increase forward. “This community has been prepared “This success is a result of the strength, revenue and keep layoffs to a minimum. All in the past for opportunities. It is that kind credibility and integrity of the Greater Rome the while positioning themselves to emerge of preparation that brought us the kind of Chamber of Commerce, with a superior from the recession stronger, poised for economic diversification that we enjoy today. cast of leaders, staff and volunteers,” states growth and expansion. If not for this economic diversity, we would Brian Smith, Partners in Prosperity II Cam- And they have chosen to invest in the be wringing our hands about what to do paign Director. Success is also a result of the future, recognizing that the strength of the post-textile jobs,” Dr. Davis said in remarks at public/private partnership in Rome and Floyd local economy is due in no small part to the the Campaign Kick-off this past winter. County of the local businesses which under- economic development efforts of the past “It may be difficult to think about the fu- stand that economic growth and prosperity five years. Since September of 2008, nearly ture and to discuss prosperity when so many come through investment. W W W. R O M E G A . C O M Renewals New Members MAY 1-31, 2009 MAY 1-31, 2009 Abbott & Richardson CPAs After Hours Auto Boutique Tod Buford Construction EnVision Media AgGeorgia Farm Credit, ACA Michael Manikas Tod Buford Thom Holt Bagby Transfer Company (706) 290-4735 (706) 291-3751 (706) 676-1510 Bearings and Drives 300 N. 5th Avenue Bella Roma Italian Restaurant 1322 Old Summerville Road 511 Cooper Drive Rome, GA 30161 Rome, GA 30161 Rome, GA 30165 Berry College Elementary School Booth Western Art Museum Automobile Repairs/Service Contractor - General Cable Branson Machinery, LLC Brugg Wire Rope Alberts Autos C & R Compliance, LLC FHR LLC dba Burford’s Tree, Inc. Albert Sullivan Ronnie Stamey Roper Construction Carver & Carver Plumbing, Inc. (706) 204-8340 (678) 848-5836 Buddy Roper Chiropractic Center of Rome, P.C. 610 Calhoun Avenue PO BOX 733 (478) 988-8429 Culbreth-Carr-Watson Animal Clinic Rome, GA 30161 Armuchee, GA 30105 2045 Northside Road - PO BOX 1336 Cycle Therapy Automobile Detailing Consultants - Safety/Health/Envi- Perry, GA 31069 D & J Manufacturing Company, Inc. ronmental Commercial Contractors Dan Smith Motor Co Alfa Insurance - Jim Childs David Patterson Construction, Inc. Jim Childs Championship Finders Keepers Davis Commercial Contracting Glenda Price Decision Management Consulting, LLC (706) 291-7161 Foundation, Inc. 610 Shorter Avenue - Suite 22 Bill Peterson (706) 234-1143 E.A. Benefield, Inc. Rome, GA 30161 1306 Dean Avenue Ear, Nose, & Throat of Northwest Georgia (706) 233-7347 www.alfains.com 251 Technology Parkway, NW Rome, GA 30161 Enterprise Rent-A-Car Clothing-Consignment First Christian Church Insurance Rome, GA 30165 Forrest Place, LLC Non-Profit General Electric Company Auto Alley Work Ready Parnick Jennings Sr’s Geo-Hydro Engineers, Inc Project Claremont House Good Shepherd Georgia Secure Shred Pete McDonald Chris McHagge Funeral Home Hacks Carpet/Carpet Corporation of (706) 295-6960 (706) 291-0900 Parnick Jennings America Georgia Northwestern Technical 906 East 2nd Avenue (706) 234-9716 Harvest Moon Cafe College Rome, GA 30161 Howse & Rice, CPAs, PC 2750 Shorter Avenue 1 Maurice Culberson Drive www.theclaremonthouse.net Rome, GA 30165 Jimmy Shiflett Masonry Rome GA, 30161 Bed & Breakfast Lansource, Inc. www.goodshepherdfh.net www.gntc.edu Funeral Home Las Palmas Mexican Restaurant Lavender Mountain Hardware LLC Education Clyde Collier Photography Clyde Collier Graham Firm M & N Millwork, Inc. Management Insights Auto Right Superstore (706) 291-9676 Mat Graham March of Dimes, Northwest Division Rick Kelley 600 Broad St. (706) 232-4797 Mattress Max (706) 295-2556 Rome, GA 30161 519 Broad Street, Suite 101 -PO BOX Meadow Lane Apartments 2106 Shorter Avenue Photography 988 Midian Roofing Rome, GA 30165 Rome, GA 30162 Motel 6 Automobile Sales - Used Collins Sign Attorney N.W. GA Council of the Boy Scouts Cleaning Systems NAACP BC Group Enterprises, LLC Bill Collins Greg Dixon Nelson & Nelson Contractors, Inc. Roy Cambell (706) 506-0208 Networking Solutions of GA, Inc. (706) 767-2123 Paint Contractor 15 West 10th Street Greg Dixon New South Federal Saving Bank 11 Prestwick Loop Rome, GA 30165 Nunnelly Sales & Imports Cartersville, GA 30120 (706) 291-0963 Sign Cleaning/Pressure Washing 82 Branson Road SE Oak Hill Church of Christ Contractor - General Old Havana Cigar Company Rome, GA 30161 Custom Cleaning Contractor - Paint Panera Bread PaperPack, Inc Beltone Hearing Aid Center James Meers Scott Landreau (706) 235-3906 Paris Beauty & Tan Supply, Inc. (706) 234-2001 PO BOX 2963 Historic Desoto Theatre Pirelli Tire of North America 14-B Professional Court Rome, GA 30164 Foundation, Inc. PORTA Toilets of Rome Paul Griffin Powell Discount Auto Parts Inc. Rome, GA 30165 Industrial Cleaning www.beltonerome.com (706) 767-1119 Pro Performance, Inc. PO BOX 904 Redmond Family Care-Lindale Hearing Aids D & J Lawncare Rome, GA 30162 Redmond Family Care-Shannon Deborah Jones Redmond Family Care-West Rome Betts & Associates (706) 232-8555 Non-Profit Redmond Physician Network John Gunn 673 Burkhalter Road - PO BOX 327 Riverside Garbage Service (706) 235-7575 Silver Creek, GA 30173 Ignite Independent Riverwood Retirement Center 201 Broad Street - Suite 400 Lawncare Maintenance Associate RKW - US, Inc. Rome, GA 30161 LeChristine Swanson Room Service Safe Storage www.bettslaw.net Dippity Do-Da Dogs (706) 266-7379 Attorney Judy Minshew 108 Eden Circle, SE SCANA Energy (706) 295-0338 Rome, GA 30161 Sonny’s Real Pit Bar-B-Q Big Bear’s BBQ 608 West 12th Street www.4haienergy.igniteinc.biz Southern Interiors Richard Tidwell Gas Company/Gas Marketer Stonebridge Golf Course Rome, GA 30165 (706) 235-6090 Pet Grooming/Boarding Teresa Lumsden, State Farm Insurance Traditions of Rome, Inc 1517 Dean Avenue Ingram’s Originals U.S. Biofuels, Inc. Rome, GA 30161 Hamilton S. Dixon, M.D. Joe Ingram U.S. Post Office www.bigbearsbbq.com Jane Dixon (770) 608-3669 Ward’s Pharmacy Restaurant/Catering (706) 235-4411 31 Devonshire Drive Warehouse Beverage Center 3268 Martha Berry Hwy NE Rome, GA 30161 Westminster Presbyterian Church Rome, GA 30165 www.ingramsoriginals.com WLAQ-AM 1410 www.hdixonent.com Corporate Gifts Women’s Information Network, Inc. Physician Wright’s Bonding W W W. R O M E G A . C O M Joel McCool Agency My Tiers of Joy Prater & York, LLC (Alfa Insurance) Cakery & Catering Mike Prater Shorter BP Joel McCool Colette Mosley (706) 512-6365 Minesh Desai (706) 234-8686 (706) 844-2297 PO BOX 304 (706) 295-4280 4 Central Plaza 452 Canard Road Rome, GA 30162 12 Shorter Avenue Rome, GA 30161 Rome, GA 30161 www.prateryork.com Rome, GA 30065 Insurance www.mytiersofjoy.com Consultants Convenient Store Bakery & Catering Safety/Health/Environmental L & W Trailer Outlet, LLC Southern Ground Sherry Goldin North Georgia PRW Clothing Landscapes (706) 232-9421 Roof & Restoration Penny Wilson Gary Cole 3373 Alabama Hwy. SW Mike Nelson (770) 546-3331 (706) 295-1793 Rome, GA 30165 (770) 772-3007 5 Horseshoe Bend 3 Central Plaza - Suite 196 www.landwtraileroutlet.com 3107 Trotters Parkway Rome, GA 30161 Rome, GA 30161 Utility Trailers - Sales, Repair & Alpharetta, GA 30004 Clothing - Men’s Lawncare Maintenance Maintenance Contractor - Roofing Thomas F. Rees, O.D. SRC Technology Solutions Lovvorn Door & Window Obstetrics & Gynecology (706) 295-3043 Michele Hester Company Specialists 1008 Shorter Avenue (678) 296-9687 Benjamin Lovvorn Rome, GA 30165 136 Kasonawich Road (770) 684-0157 Dr. Mark Bradshaw Optometrist Rome, GA 30161 514 Industrial Drive - PO BOX 878 (706) 235-6539 330 Turner McCall Blvd. Suite 105 www.srcnetworking.com Rockmart, GA 30153 Rome, GA 30165 Rehab Techniques Computer Products, Sales, Service, Building Materials & Supplies Physical Therapy Consulting Physician Michele Thomas Randall McCullough Roofing Opi’s Waterfront Grill (706) 238-5421 Joe Tarpley & Metal Works, Inc. Dennis Nolan 20 Riverbend Drive (706) 291-6412 Dale McCullough (706) 528-4082 Rome, GA 30161 360 Reynolds Bend Road (706) 232-3821 112 West 2nd Avenue Physical Therapy Rome, GA 30161 710 Lee Avenue Rome, GA 30161 Real Estate - Auction Rome, GA 30161 Restaurant Reynolds Tree Service Contractor - Roofing Mark Reynolds Tucker Electric C. Ronald Patton (706) 295-1307 Mike Tucker McDonald (706) 291-9620 23 Plainville Road (706) 252-0325 Wealth Management 701 Broad Street Rome, GA 30161 562 New Rosedale Road Don McDonald Rome, GA 30161 Tree Removal Armuchee, GA 30105 (706) 237-6771 Attorney Contractor - Electrical 3 W. 8th Avenue Rome Primary Care, LLC Rome, GA 30161 Perfect Choice Dr. John Pittman Twiggs www.lpl.com/mcdonaldwealth Maggie Crowe (706) 295-3961 Janice Winterboer Investment Planning (706) 236-2840 715 E. Second Avenue 6 East Third Avenue 41 Berkshire Drive Rome, GA 30161 Rome, GA 30161 Mike Britton Rome GA 30161 Physician Gifts & Collectibles Allstate Agency www.romeshomes.com Mike Britton Real Estate Ruby Nails Vanguard Mortgage (706) 232-7777 Christy Nguyen Tony Miller 101-A Elliott Dr Peter’s Commercial (706) 291-2905 (706) 266-6279 Rome, GA 30165 Construction, Inc. 2541 Redmond Circle 2012 Redmond Circle - Suite A www.allstate.com Bill Peters Rome, GA 30165 Rome, GA 30165 Insurance (706) 252-0931 Nail Salon www.tonymillermortgage.com PO BOX 677 Mortgages Miss Rome Armuchee, GA 30105 Rudy’s European Scholarship Pageant Commercial Contractors Auto Repair Willis/HRH Andrea Pitts Mary Evans Benjamin Bishop (706) 766-4887 Plantation of Horseleg (706) 291-0741 (770) 425-6700 14 Arlington Court Carrie Easterwood 1403 Shorter Avenue 1349 Old 41 Hwy., #125 Rome, GA 30165 (706) 234-6775 Rome, GA 30165 Marietta, GA 30161 www.missrome.org 127 Winding Road Automobile - Repairs/Service www.willis.com Non-Profit Rome, GA 30165 Insurance Mitchell Auto Glass Receptions/Meeting Space S. Hart Designs Mark Mitchell Weddings/Golf Sandra Hart Willow Creek (706) 291-0593 (404) 401-2012 Landscape Supply 105 East Callahan Street - PO BOX Pokey’s Hometown Sports 228 Parkview Drive Russ Head Justin Everett Cartersville, GA 30120 (706) 235-4356 151 (706) 295-5585 Specialty Gift Baskets/Cards Rome, GA 30162 2405 Cedartown Hwy. 3353 Martha Berry Hwy. Rome, GA 30161 www.mitchellautoglass.com Rome, GA 30165 Stephen G. Sansbury Automobile - Glass www.willowcreeklandscapesupply.com Sporting Goods (706) 235-9979 Landscape Supply Rome, GA 30165 Mulkey Landscaping, Inc. Posh Individual Window Concepts Danny Mulkey Stevi Ellison (706) 506-2020 Jody Buford 251 Center Road (706) 232-3330 Shoe Wee (706) 290-0909 220 Glen Milner Blvd. Amy Padgett 14 John Davenport Drive Silver Creek, GA 30173 Rome, GA 30161 (706) 232-5959 Landscape Design/Tree Removal Rome, GA 30165 Clothing - Women’s 4A Shorter Avenue www.windowconcepts.com Rome, GA 30165 Premium Windows Retail - Shoes (Children) W W W. R O M E G A . C O M PERIODICALS POSTAGE PAID ROME, GA 30161 1 Riverside Parkway Rome, Georgia 30161 706.291.7663 W W W. R O M E G A . C O M Wednesday, July 1 LeChristine Swanson, Ignite Independent Associate and •Transportation Committee John Gunn, Betts & Associates Friday, July 10 network at June’s Business After •Education Committee Hours. The event was hosted by the South Rome Boys and Girls Tuesday, July 14 Club. Swanson and Gunn both •Small Business Action Council joined the Chamber during the Wednesday, July 15 Membership Drive in May. •Governmental Affairs Committee Friday, July 17 •Economic Development Committee Wednesday, July 22 • “Drugs Don’t Work” Seminar Friday, July 24 •IT Roundtable YP Chairman Jeremy Schwan- beck, Randstad Work Solutions and Joel McCool, Joel McCool Agency (Alfa Insurance) enjoy a beautiful evening at Young Pro- fessionals of Rome at the Rome Braves game.