Four years ago, my husband received word that he still had a job after major company layoffs in Houston. But the job was in Atlanta. There were many choices to make: what kind of home, what kind of neighborhood.
It didn't take much research to realize that the best choice of both was Dunwoody. The community was a dream come true. Our minds were made up that we would find a home in Dunwoody, send our children to Dunwoody schools, attend a Dunwoody church and be involved in the life of Dunwoody.
It took several all-nighters on the Internet and two trips to Georgia to find our home. When we finally found what we thought was perfect for us, my husband got the look that said without words, "You're getting this house, I don't care what it takes!" I had a lot of paperwork to go through to get SDOC Publishing re-established in our new home with new state and county regulations. SDOC's first new clients after relocating were Dunwoody-based business and organizations. They include the Briers North Subdivision, DCBA Inc, and the Atlanta Alumnae Panhellenic Association, which meets in the DeKalb Cultural Center on Chamblee-Dunwoody Road. When the Citizens for Dunwoody and DunwoodyYes! corporations were founded, our family were involved almost immediately. SDOC Publishing's website proudly displayed the DunwoodyYes! bumper sticker graphic right on the front page.
Just as our family have endeavored to be good citizens of our new city (!), SDOC Publishing has always endeavored to be a good corporate citizen as well. While some of our friends and neighbors are aspiring to public office, we feel our strength is in good business. Our new city will need strong business for all of us to thrive. SDOC Publishing has been eager to be part of the Dunwoody business community since Day One and we look forward to serving private industry, non-profit organizations, and political endeavors alike.
Congratulations, Dunwoody! Here's to a bright, prosperous future for all of us!
Adrienne D Duncan
Owner, SDOC Publishing