Cotton’s in Ringgold rebuilds, reopens
Jan 24, 2012
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From left: Ringgold city council member G. Larry Black, Downtown Partners president Raye Brooks, city council member Randall Franks, mayor Joe Barger, Lindsey Teter and Mark Teter of Teter & Company, Cotton’s Service Center owners Cotton and Jamie Perry, Advance Auto Parts store manager John Clemmons and city council member Earnest Henderson. (Catoosa News photo/Denise Etheridge)
Cotton Perry (right) and his son Jamie Perry stand in the handsomely decorated front office of their rebuilt auto repair garage. (Catoosa News photo/Denise Etheridge)
Cotton’s Service Center, at 261 Nashville St. in Ringgold, celebrated its grand reopening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Jan. 24. The full-service auto repair garage was rebuilt after a tornado destroyed it in April last year.