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May 13, 2014

Medical Weight Loss Center’s grand opening

CULLMAN — The ribbon cutting and grand opening festivities for the new Medical Weight Loss Clinic located in North Cullman Shopping Center beside Belk was held Thursday, May 8, 2014. Mayor Max Townsend was on hand to cut the ribbon with business owners, Hannah Erickson, Jerry Dew and Brenda Dew.

Many employees were in attendance including Pam Drummond, manager, and her staff: Tammy Reid, Tabitha Reid, Natalie Calvert, Marcie Gonzales and Jennie Kinkade. Managers and weight-loss consultants also in attendance from the Medical Weight Loss Centers located in Huntsville and Hoover, Alabama were Bridget Chambers and Monika O’Keefe.

The catering was provided by Teresa Dyer Catering, which highlighted grocery store foods the company recommends for weight loss, along with specialty products and snacks.

Also in attendance were Melissa Henderson, Megan Fromhold and Katie Jones from the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce; Bruce Bright, owner of On Target Leading; Michael Chambers, owner of ZippyLid, LLC; Jack Ayers, General Contractor; Connie Phillips, CPA; Sean McDonald, owner of TechNola Advertising; Joch Leonard, owner of Leonard Design Architects; Sheri Hallmark, Wells Fargo Bank, as well as many other friends, patients, and special guest.

“We are a Christian family-owned business with five locations in five different cities. Our first location opened in Cullman in 2007. We had so many people losing weight that the word spread fast. People drove from Birmingham and Huntsville to our Cullman location the first year of business. We soon opened in the other markets. We are excited about helping a lot of people in the Cullman area lose weight and keep it off the right way. We have had so many patients even come off blood pressure, diabetic, and cholesterol medications while losing weight on our program. We would love to help anyone who is struggling with their weight. Our team of doctors, dietitians, nurses, and weight loss professionals are well educated to help anyone in need of our services. We even provide programs to help teens, children, and those of all ethnic groups get healthy.” said owner, Hannah Erickson, Medical Weight Loss Center, 256-739-4010 or www.mdwls.com.

 

 

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