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Newly Formed Northlake Business Association to be 'Collective Voice'

Association was founded by local business owners.

Brad Spratte is one of the founders of the Northlake Business Association (Patch file photo)
Brad Spratte is one of the founders of the Northlake Business Association (Patch file photo)
The Northlake Business Association announced its formation this morning with this news release.

The Northlake Business Association was formed as a way for local business owners to come together to discuss common interests, share ideas, support fellow business owners, stay aware of local concerns, and benefit the community.

The Northlake Commercial District is currently at the center of three proposed cityhood efforts along with the move to form a Community Improvement District.

“The Northlake Business Association was formed to give the business owners a collective voice to address the needs of the Northlake Commercial District in matters that affect our trade area,” said founder and local business owner Brad Spratte. “By coming together as business stakeholders, we will be able to bring our perspective to these discussions.” This newly formed business organization currently represents nearly 40 companies in the Northlake Commercial District.

All Northlake professionals and businesses are invited to join this volunteer-driven organization.  There is no fee. Please sign up at www.northlakebusiness.org.

About Northlake Business Association

The Northlake Business Association was founded by local business owners, Brad Spratte of Chick-fil-A at Northlake Festival, Charles DeWitt of Resurgens Bank, and Brian Mock with the Hampton Inn Atlanta-Northlake.  The purpose of the association is to provide a collective voice on matters that affect the Northlake trade area, provide a forum in which to network with other local business owners, and work together to make Northlake a great place to do business.


Brett January 22, 2014 at 01:13 PM
Hopefully there will be some focus on making the mall a worthwhile place to shop. Northlake won't be "a great place to do business" until that place changes.

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