Bulldog 100 Class of 2018

The University of Georgia Alumni Association has released the 2018 Bulldog 100. This annual program recognizes the fastest-growing businesses owned or operated by UGA alumni. More than 500 nominations were submitted for the 2018 list.

The 2018 Bulldog 100 includes businesses of all sizes and from industries such as veterinary medicine, dining, IT consulting and fashion. Several areas of the country are represented, including companies from as far north as New York and as far west as California. Of the 100 businesses, 81 are located within Georgia.

The Atlanta office of Warren Averett CPAs and Advisors verified the information submitted by each company and ranked the businesses based on a compounded annual growth rate during a three-year period.

This year’s list of fastest-growing businesses, in alphabetical order, is as follows:

6 Degrees Group, Alpharetta, Georgia

Activekidz and Adult Therapy Services, Monroe, Georgia

Adaptive Medical Partners, Irving, Texas

Agora Vintage, Athens, Georgia

Ansley Atlanta Real Estate, Atlanta, Georgia

Applied Resource Group LLC, Roswell, Georgia

Athens Running Company, Athens, Georgia

Avid Bookshop LLC, Athens, Georgia

Banks Street Partners LLC, Atlanta, Georgia

Biren Patel Engineering LLC, Atlanta, Georgia

Blackjack Paving, Sealcoating and Striping LLC, Atlanta, Georgia

Books for Keeps, Athens, Georgia

Boyce Design and Contracting LLC, Atlanta, Georgia

Burney-Campbell Investments LLC, Watkinsville, Georgia

C2 Medical Solutions, Athens, Georgia

Calder & Colegrove Investment Group, Suwanee, Georgia

Calhoun Sands Valuation & Advisory Inc., Atlanta, Georgia

CAMFormulas.com, Brooklyn, New York

CareWire Inc., Excelsior, Minnesota

Charlotte Lucas Interior Design, Charlotte, North Carolina

Chattanooga Allergy Clinic, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Cheeky Peach Boutique, Athens, Georgia

Chicken Salad Chick, Auburn, Alabama

Classic City Bakeries, Athens, Georgia

Crate Services Inc., Atlanta, Georgia

Crisp Video Group, Atlanta, Georgia

Cruise Planners, Decatur, Georgia

Cutera Inc., Brisbane, California

EOC1, Bainbridge, Georgia

Evans, Simpson & Associates, Snellville, Georgia

Extra Special People, Watkinsville, Georgia

Georgia Civil Inc., Madison, Georgia

Haven Insurance Group, Atlanta, Georgia

Home Team BBQ, Charleston, South Carolina

Indusa Hospitality Group, Phenix City, Alabama

Inspect-All Services, Conyers, Georgia

J&M Pool Services, Newnan, Georgia

Jackrabbit Technologies, Huntersville, North Carolina

Kabbage Inc., Atlanta, Georgia

KB Voiceovers, Atlanta, Georgia

Kellis Vegetation Management Inc., Columbiana, Alabama

King’s Pharmacy, Murphy, North Carolina

Liberty Technology, Griffin, Georgia

Li-Lac Chocolates, New York, New York

Lincoln Capital Advisors LLC, Roswell, Georgia

Map Dynamics, Athens, Georgia

Mark Spain Real Estate, Bogart, Georgia

Markert Motor Works, Lawrenceville, Georgia

Microf LLC, Albany, Georgia

Milestone Internet Marketing Inc., Santa Clara, California

Mindful Transitions LLC, Marietta, Georgia

The Mullins Companies, Augusta, Georgia

Old Guard Graphics, Athens, Georgia

Onward Reserve, Atlanta, Georgia

Parisleaf, Gainesville, Florida

PharmD on Demand Inc., Athens, Georgia

Piedmont Equine Associates, Madison, Georgia

Pineapple House Interior Design, Atlanta, Georgia

Powell Dentistry, St. Simons Island, Georgia

Precise Systems Inc., Lexington Park, Maryland

Precision Frameworks LLC, Tucker, Georgia

Professional Benefits Consultants, Woodstock, Georgia

RAC Properties of Athens INC, Bogart, Georgia

Red Barn Veterinary Hospital, Dahlonega, Georgia

redbpower Company Inc., Statesboro, Georgia

RE/MAX Legends, Buford, Georgia

Resource Alliance LLC, Alpharetta, Georgia

Rev Coffee Roasters, Smyrna, Georgia

Rhodes Risk Advisors, Atlanta, Georgia

Riverbend Environmental Inc., Watkinsville, Georgia

Robinson Key, Milton, Georgia

Rumor Boutique, Macon, Georgia

Saucehouse BBQ, Athens, Georgia

Sawyer & Latimer, P.A., Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Sellect Realty LLC, Marietta, Georgia

The Service Fort, Atlanta, Georgia

The Sign Brothers, Athens, Georgia

Smith Planning Group LLC, Watkinsville, Georgia

Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land Inc., Marietta, Georgia

Southern Insurance Advisors, Roswell, Georgia

The Spanish Academy LLC, Atlanta, Georgia

Specialized Veterinary Services, Fort Myers, Florida

stable | kernel, Atlanta, Georgia

Stanton Law LLC, Atlanta, GA

Starnes Publishing, Birmingham, Alabama

The Stitchery, Rome, Georgia

The Vine, St. Simons Island, Georgia

Turnkey Facility Maintenance, Gainesville, Georgia

Turnkey IT Solutions, Marietta, GA

Two Maids & A Mop, Birmingham, Alabama

Ultra Car Wash, Lawrenceville, Georgia

Universal Servo Group LLC, Dawsonville, GA

Verisail Partners, Atlanta, Georgia

Vert, Atlanta, Georgia

Warner Robins Martial Arts, Warner Robins, Georgia

Wier/Stewart LLC, Augusta, Georgia

Williams Teusink LLC, Decatur, Georgia

Woodall Realty Group, Watkinsville, Georgia

XINNIX Inc., Atlanta, Georgia

Your Pie Franchising, Athens, Georgia

Zeus’ Closet, Atlanta, Georgia

The public, including UGA alumni and friends, is invited to celebrate the Bulldog 100 honorees at the Atlanta Hyatt Regency on Jan. 27. Registration is open at alumni.uga.edu/b100.

The awards ceremony will feature a keynote address by alumna Amy Smilovic, founder and creative director of women’s clothing and accessories brand Tibi, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. After graduating from UGA with a degree in advertising and a minor in art, Smilovic worked in marketing for Ogilvy and American Express. In 1997, she moved to Hong Kong to turn her love of art into a career in fashion. Today, Tibi is a renowned lifestyle brand and has been featured everywhere from New York Times fashion photographer, the late Bill Cunningham’s On the Street column, to Elle Netherlands.

Following Smilovic’s remarks, the Alumni Association will recognize alumnus Michael Bryan, owner of Vino Venue/Atlanta Wine School-the only business to make the Bulldog 100 list eight consecutive years. Bryan passed away earlier this year after a long battle with cancer; the Michael Bryan Entrepreneurship Award, which will become an annual award, will be given to a 2018 Bulldog 100 business.

Members of the Student Alumni Council will lead the highlight of the evening-the release of the final rankings and countdown of the 2018 Bulldog 100.

“The energy in the room is infectious and the anticipation of finding out the rankings makes it one of my favorite nights of the year,” said Meredith Gurley Johnson, executive director of the UGA Alumni Association. “The alumni that we celebrate at this event are movers and shakers, and they are proof of what is possible with a University of Georgia education.”