Enterprise isn't called the 'City of Progress' for nothing.
Just ask Incoming Chamber Chairman of the Board Lisa Fenner.
Fenner said, “We don't see a lot of the high peaks and low peaks a lot of places see because of Fort Rucker.”
Still, they aren't the only ones thriving when most are pinching pennies.
Elba mayor Mickey Murdock says the economy has pretty much stayed the same for them in the past year.
But they're still planning and dreaming.
Mayor of Elba Mickey Murdock said,” We’ve torn down some buildings, so we're going to show some of the people an artist’s sketch of what it's going to look like.”
What it's going to look like when the city adds a restaurant and more retail stores.
Both cities came together to honor those chamber members helping bring in that business
Fenner said, 'They're the people behind the scenes of Enterprise. The business owners and the workers. Those are the people that make enterprise move.”
Moving along in a tough economy.
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