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Kingston joins Spine & Sport at new location

POSTED: February 28, 2012 3:01 p.m.

Spine and Sport co-owner Jaques Beauchamp, center, snips the ceremonial ribbon Monday to celebrate the opening of its newest location in Richmond Hill as co-owner Eric Bull, 1st District Congressman Jack Kingston, Richmond Hill Mayor Harold Fowler and other community leaders watch.

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First District U.S. Congressman Jack Kingston (R-Savannah) used a ribbon cutting Monday at a physical rehab clinic in Richmond Hill to talk about the importance of small business.

“We’re here today for three reasons,” Kingston said. “No. 1, jobs, No. 2, victory over pain and No. 3, the survival of the American Dream,” Kingston said.

Kingston’s comment, “victory over pain” was in reference to the new business, Spine and Sport. This is the third time Kingston has attended a ribbon cutting for the expanding business, which is co-owned by Jaques Beauchamp and Eric Bull on opening the new location.

“We’re in a very difficult situation yet here we are in an expanding, locally owned business that for the third time in a row last year was rated by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing companies in America—over 100 employees,” Kingston said. “It’s just absolutely remarkable that we can do this. I think it’s great reflection not only of them, but also of Richmond Hill.”

Spine and Sport opened in Richmond Hill in 2008, but in January opened its newest facility.

“We have every opportunity in this community to continue to grow, and we’re very excited to be a part of the Richmond Hill community,” Bull said. “We do a lot of outreach and fun work with the Richmond Hill community.”

Read more in the March 3 edition of the News.

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