Ribbon Cutting held at Cowboy's Welding Arts in Blairsville, Georgia
The owners of Cowboy's Welding Arts recently held a Blairsville Union County Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting to celebrate their grand opening. Many friends, guests, Chamber Ambassadors, and representatives from the business community joined in the festivities.
Owners Cindy and Tracy White are excited about the new business. Tracy has 30 years of welding experience and creates everything from large water wheels and bar stools to miniature figurines. There are large metal flowers, horseshoe wall hangings, and other metal arts available. Tracy 's artistic talents extend to wood working crafts and include mantels, bar tops, and small furniture. Boiled peanuts, old fashioned candy, snow cones, and dream catchers are also available at Cowboys.
Tracy says, "When it comes to welding and small fabrication, no job is too small. I can do small repairs on most metal. Just drop by or give me a call."
Cowboy's Welding has joined with Edna Countryman's Indian Store to better serve Union County. The two themes Cowboys and Indians go well together. The attractive showroom is inviting and the friendly atmosphere promises a great shopping experience for residents and visitors to Union County.
The Whites are local folks and live in the Choestoe area of Union County. They are members of the Blairsville Church of Christ and have two sons attending Union County schools.