Chamber begins “Grow TLH” business features

From the Tallahassee Democrat

A new monthly feature called “GrowTLH” by the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce will highlight catalytic projects that are sparking employment and economic development.

On Thursday, Bannerman Crossings was the inaugural featured project. The $30-million shopping center is home to locally owned businesses such as New Leaf Market Co-Op, RedEye, Lucky & Charmed, Capital Regional Medical Care, Capital City Runners, Blu Halo and others.

Chamber officials say the new effort is a way to tell Tallahassee’s growing business story.