Eye Etc. in Little Five Points is celebrating its 30th anniversary in the community. Owner Dr. Michael Stamboly continues to offer comprehensive eye examinations, contact lenses and has a big selection of frames. For more information visit www.eyeetcatl.com.
Moda Floors & Interiors, a specialty flooring, tile and window coverings company headquartered in Atlanta since 2003, has partnered with Shaw Industries to open Atlanta’s first Shaw Design Center in the West Midtown Design District. The design center features an extensive selection of carpet, custom area rugs, eco-flooring, hardwood, laminates, stone, tile, and window coverings. (404) 477-3744 or
The Atlanta Business League honored C.J. Stewart at the recent Men of Influence Reception & Induction Ceremony. C.J. and his wife Kelli co-founded L.E.A.D., the country’s first instructional play baseball development program for inner city youth. The “Men of Influence” list honors black men in metro Atlanta communities who have reached senior level positions within their profession, are leading entrepreneurs in their industry, have proven history-making feats or have attained the ability to influence large public bodies politically and in government. www.lead2legacy.org
Atlanta-based music licensing company Affix Music has added Clear Channel Creative Services Group to its client roster. A one-stop licensing company, Affix specializes in placing independent urban music in television, film, advertising, games, and digital media. www.affixmusic.com
Skyland Trail, a community based, non-profit treatment center for adults recovering from mental illness, has announced the election of community volunteer leader Jackie Montag to its board of directors. Montag is former board chair of the Atlanta History Center and past president of The Temple. She serves on the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Board of Trustees, and three educational boards. Montag also oversees business development for the investment counseling and management firm A. Montag & Associates. www.skylandtrail.org
The Commerce Club has begun a $7 million construction project on its new club quarters, located on the 49th floor of One Ninety One Peachtree Tower. Plans for the facility include a members bar, seven private meeting rooms, a ballroom that can accommodate over 200 people; a multimedia room, office-away-from-office spaces; and enhanced integration of technological conveniences. Winter Construction is serving as contractor on the project expected to be completed next month. Dining rooms will be named after great Atlantans. The décor of the club will include historical art, artifacts, and memorabilia. www.clubcorp.com.
Classy Klutter has opened a store in the Embry Village Shopping Center, 3535 Chamblee Tucker Road. Classy Klutter offers customers name brand merchandise at a 30 to 70 percent savings. For more information, call (678) 530-0721 or visit www.classyklutter.com.