Shipt CEO to retailers: innovation is ongoing, Andalusia plans renovation of historic building

Shipt CEO to retailers: innovation is ongoing
Shipt CEO Kelly Caruso said innovation is key as the Birmingham-based company continues to grow post-pandemic. The CEO of the personal shopping company said in a panel discussion with the National Retail Association that Shipt now covers 80% of the country and has 300,000 shoppers.

Andalusia plans renovation of historic building
The City of Andalusia will renovate the historic Prestwood Building in downtown Andalusia. The city will partner with CDG Engineering, Big Mike’s and Town and Country Boutique to preserve and restore the building that dates back to the 1800s. – The Andalusia Star-News

Pinnacle Financial Partners enters Alabama with 4 Birmingham appointments=
Tennessee-based Pinnacle Financial Partners is entering the Alabama market with the appointment of four in the Birmingham market. Mark Imig, formerly of First Horizon, will be regional president, joined by financial advisers Pat Sullivan and Chris Bledsoe and credit adviser Rayna Hawthorne.  – Pinnacle Financial Partners

Birmingham prison medical group will pay fine
Birmingham-based NaphCare Inc., which provides medical care to prisons and jails, has agreed to pay $694,593 to resolve overbilling claims from the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Federal prosecutors said NaphCare inflated claims for services provided inmates at the Federal Correctional Institution in Terre Haute, Indiana. –

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