Exchange Club of Bowling Green highlights local businesses


Small businesses are an important part of Bowling Green’s business landscape and contribute to the economic diversity of the community. During the month of February, the Exchange Club of Bowling Green will welcome three local business owners to speak about their businesses and their contributions to our local marketplace.

On Tuesday, Dusty Pendleton, owner of Retro Detailing, will talk about her auto detailing business located on South Maple. Pendleton is the only female certified by the International Detailing Association in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan.

On Feb. 20, Amy Davis, owner of Round N Round gifts, will talk about her unique handcrafted gifts and custom laser engraving business located on North Main Street. Along with crafting items, Davis enjoys personalizing gifts with a variety of engraving techniques.

On Feb. 27, Shawn Murrey, owner of Murrey’s Movers, will discuss his Bowling Green-based moving company and his plans for the future of the business.

Guests are always welcome to join club members for lunch. Cost for lunch is $13 per person.

The meeting starts at noon at the BG Country Club.

The Exchange Club of Bowling Green has been serving the community since 1946. The Exchange Club’s programs of service include family, community, and country.

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