Flip­per Pa­tio brings lux­ury out­door fur­ni­ture to Cal­houn

Calhoun Times - - FRONT PAGE - By Brandi Owczarz

in Cal­houn.

“Af­ter buy­ing re­place­ment fur­ni­ture for my pool ev­ery year, I went shop­ping for some nicer out­door fur­ni­ture,” said Hood. “I re­al­ized that you had to go all the way to Ma­ri­etta or Chat­tanooga for it. That is when I re­al­ized we needed some­thing like this in our com­mu­nity.”

“So, af­ter 20 years at Com­cast, and with much prayer, I have de­cided to join the world of en­trepreneurs like my hus­band and those I helped with their ad­ver­tis­ing for many years,” said Hood.

Hood’s hus­band, Scott, owns Flip­per Pools, one of the largest pool busi­nesses in North­west Ge­or­gia. His store of­fers both build­ing and main­te­nance of in­ground and above ground pools, as well as parts and chem­i­cals for pools and other pool sup­plies.

“My hope is that it will bring in tax dol­lars for our com­mu­nity,” said Hood. “Flip­per Pools and Pa­tio wants to be a one- stop shop for all out­door en­ter­tain­ing and liv­ing.”

In­cluded in the

The Pri­mary Elec­tion for lo­cal, state and some na­tional of­fices will be held this Tues­day, May 24, 2016. Polls will be open from 7 a. m. un­til 7 p. m.

“The Gor­don County Board of Elec­tion and Reg­is­tra­tion Of­fice would like to re­mind all cit­i­zens to ex­er­cise their right to vote,” said Shea Hicks, chair­per­son.

“We also would like to re­mind vot­ers that this is a Pri­mary Elec­tion and you will have to choose to re­ceive a demo­cratic, repub­li­can or a non­par­ti­san bal­lot,” said

Early vot­ing be­gan on Mon­day, May 2 and as of press time, 1230 vot­ers have cast their bal­lot in Gor­don County.

On Tues­day, vot­ers will go to the polls to de­cide on these of­fices:

In this year’s elec­tion, for Gor­don County Com­mis­sioner Dis­trict 1, lo­cal civic leader Bud Owens will face Sono­rav­ille High School teacher Michael Far­ley.

For Gor­don County Com­mis­sioner Dis­trict 3, in­cum­bent Nor­ris

stores of­fer­ing is lux­ury out­door fur­ni­ture by Sum­mer Clas­sics, Jensen Leisure Fur­ni­ture and Win­ston.

Jensen Leisure Fur­ni­ture is con­structed of sturdy Ipe and Roble wood, which are the finest out­door tim­bers avail­able today.

Sum­mer Clas­sics out­door fur­ni­ture com­bines tra­di­tional crafts­man­ship with in­no­va­tive us­age of di­verse ma­te­ri­als.

Win­ston fur­ni­ture of­fers di­verse prod­ucts with styles that meet ev­ery need from tra­di­tional to tran­si­tional to con­tem­po­rary. Win­ston Fur­ni­ture pro­duces alu­minum and wo­ven out­door liv­ing pieces that are weather re­sis­tant and aes­thet­i­cally pleas­ing.

In ad­di­tion to lux­ury out­door fur­ni­ture, Flip­per Pa­tio also of­fers out­door light­ing, out­door dé­cor, out­door rugs, and other ac­ces­sories for your out­door en­ter­tain­ment needs.

For more in­forma- tion, con­tact Flip­per Pa­tio at 706- 383- 8339 or visit the store’s web­site at www. flip­per­pool­sand­more.com.

BRANDI OWCZARZ/

Becky and Scott Hood, along with the Gor­don County Cham­ber of Com­merce and lo­cal dig­ni­taries and com­mu­nity lead­ers, held a rib­bon cut­ting cer­e­mony for Flip­per Pa­tio on Fri­day, May 6.

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