Hill’s Helping Hands Celebrates Grand Opening With Chamber Ribbon Cutting

By  | June 18, 2018 | Filed under: Shoals Chamber of Commerce

THE SHOALS– Hill’s Helping Hands, a new business in the Shoals that takes care of the daily tasks that bog down your schedules celebrated their Grand Opening on Friday, June 15. Brittany Hill’s business started with a dream to provide affordable care to anyone and everyone that desires to stay in the comforts of their own home.

Friends and family were in attendance to help celebrate this occasion as well as The Shoals Chamber.  The Chamber helped with the celebration by sponsoring the event with a ribbon cutting.

Now a little about Hill’s Helping Hands:

“Hill’s Helping Hands provide a wide range of services from companionship care, personal care, hospice support, post-surgical care, and operating daily household functions. Whatever you or a loved one’s needs may be, Helping Hands is here to help!


Hill’s Helping Hands also offers errand services! Don’t let your errands run you! They provides personal assistance to the Shoals area professionals by finishing your projects or errands. As a hands-on personal assistant, their goal is to make sure you have more time to do what needs to be done at the office without the everyday hassle of getting in the car and running all over town. Their services include, but are not limited to:

Grocery Store Runs
Prescription Pick-ups
Dry Cleaning
Lunch Pick-ups
Dog Walking
House Sitting
Purchase Returns
Auto Services
Gift Wrapping and Delivery
Waiting Services
Order Pick-up

Contact Hill’s Helping Hands to let them lend a hand with your workload:  

3115 Northington Ct
Florence, Alabama
Call (256) 577-8829″

The Shoals Chamber captured the event in photos and we are pleased to present them to you here:


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