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Allen stressed the firm’s commitment and pas- sion for downtown. From making a commitment to bring activity downtown, to the rehab and repro- gramming of their present-day building to accom- modate a viable business. The firm owns a total of five buildings downtown. “The foyer of AMB, graced with a beautifully trimmed Christmas tree, is the epitome of the Spirit of Christmas, brimming for all to see,” said AMB advisor Harry Vann. They welcome visitors to drop by their office at 135 S. Madison St. during business hours to view and take photos of the uniformly pyramid-shaped tree. During the evenings of Victorian Christmas, the public is welcome to drop by and enjoy holiday beverages as they view a great gift of Christmas through the smell and sight of the tree. Its twinkly lights will continue to glow through the first of the year. “Every year our beautiful tree brings to my mind the beauty of Christmas and the beauty of the reason we celebrate Christmas,” said Vice President and Financial Advisor Danny MacQuirter. “Every year our beautiful tree brings to my mind the beauty of Christmas and the beauty of the reason we celebrate Christmas.” Thomasville Scene December 2018 - January 2019 21