Ballantyne Magazine

SUMMER 2019

Ballantyne Magazine covers news, events, real estate, restaurants, shopping, health, schools and business in the upscale Ballantyne Area of Charlotte, NC.

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Area Resident Publishes Memoir Ballantyne-area resident Tammy Ward has published "Roller Coaster Road," a memoir chronicling her life beginning as a teen when her 16-year-old sister and four of her friends were killed by a drunk driver. Ward's story describes how she overcame the tragedy to achieve a happy life. The book can be purchased on Amazon and Apple Books. Northwood Makes Hires Matt Oliver has joined Northwood Office as a property manager, while Lauren Perdue has been named a leasing associate at Northwood Retail. Starrett Law Adds Attorney Attorney Alex Hierlmeier has joined Ballantyne- based Starrett Law Firm. Hierlmeier will focus on wills, trusts, probate and estate matters. Info: starrettlawfirm.com. Tammy Ward Matt Oliver Lauren Perdue Six Join Coldwell Banker The following new sales associates have affiliated with Coldwell Banker's Ballantyne-area office: Felicia Boyles, Jonathan Brooks, Monica Russell, Phil Eisenhauer, Sean Melquistand and Jason Hoyt. Reach them at 704-541-5111 or coldwellbankerhomes.com. SignUpGenius Wins Awards The customer support team of SignUpGenius, a Ballantyne-headquartered company, was selected by the National Customer Service Association as the 2019 All-Stars Award Winner for Service Team of the Year (Small Business). Customer Support Manager Teresa Clark also won a Gold Stevie Award for Front-Line Customer Service Professional of the Year, Technology Industries. Info: signupgenius.com. Openings New things to check out Lime Scooters Coming to Ballantyne It's getting easier than ever to zip around Ballantyne. Lime-S electric scooters are expected to arrive in June. The scooters can be used to run errands, visit local fitness centers, meet a friend or explore the nearby landscape. They also provide a convenient transportation option that supports Ballantyne's commitment to sustainability. The program operates through Lime's mobile app available on iOS or Android smartphones. Using GPS technology, users can search for a nearby scooter, unlock the scooter for $1 and ride for only 15 cents per minute. Once the ride is over, riders lock the scooter and park responsibly. Visit goballantyne.com for riding guidelines and more details. Alex Hierlmeier Felicia Boyles Jonathan Brooks Monica Russell Phil Eisenhauer Sean Melquistand Jason Hoyt Amanda Alford, Debbie Verdell, Mark Capper, Teresa Clark, Kelly Johnson BALLANTYNE SUMMER 2019 23 Wire

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