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Reeves awarded annual ‘Outstanding Business Person’ honor

UntitledOn January 16, 2015, the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce honored their own, at their annual meeting and awards luncheon.  Receiving the Outstanding Business Person of the Year Award was Bob Reeves of Accounting Resources.  This award is chosen annually by the prior recipients, and is given to someone who owns, operates or manages a business or profession in Fayette County, who has demonstrated unselfish support of the community and who has exhibited a broad range of involvement in community affairs.

Bob’s community involvement includes his service on numerous boards.  Selected as Treasurer of the Atlanta Regional Commission, he serves as the Citizen Representative for Fayette County.  He is a member and secretary/treasurer of the Regional Business Coalition.  He is Chair of the Coweta Fayette EMC Trust Board and a member of the Fayette Senior Services Board.  He has fulfilled his term on the Fayette County Chamber Board but continues to serve as the Chair of the Government Affairs Committee.

In business since 1998 with his wife, Alice, Accounting Resources provides bookkeeping, payroll processing and tax preparation for individuals and small business.

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Chamber announces winners of Small Businesses of Year

newsphotoThe Fayette County Chamber of Commerce announces the recipients of the 2008 Small Business of the Year Award at their annual awards luncheon Wednesday at Flat Creek Country Club in Peachtree City.

The Small Business of the Year Award is given to recognize exemplary business practices and innovation of Fayette small businesses.

The winner of the 2008 Small Business of the Year Award in the 1-10 employees category was Accounting Resources, owned by Bob and Alice Reeves of Fayetteville. Accounting Resources began in 1998 and have since grown to over 400 individual and corporate clients.

Alice believes the business fills a unique niche in the community, providing accounting services to small businesses that don’t have the resources to hire a full-time employee.

Customer service is high on their list of priorities, and Alice will often flex her schedule to meet the needs of her clients, many times going to client locations during off-hours.

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