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About TheMillCreek.net Website Design

Website design is our business, at TheMillCreek.net.

Established in 2005, after working at BellSouth Internet (now AT&T Internet) in Tech Support (1997 - 2004), Terry Williams created TheMillCreek.net Website Design.

From having been in corporate America for a number of years, combined with knowledge and experience at BellSouth Internet, and website design, Williams has seen, first hand, the ups and downs faced with many small businesses, and applies this experience and guidance to clients and their website - online endeavors.

We believe in serving our clients to the best of our abilities as a website design firm, and to conduct ourselves in a professional, postive, and ethical manner.

​TheMillCreek.net Website Design works with clients, and believes in a strong and professional relationship with each client, with personal attention. We believe in responding to our clients in a timely manner, no matter what it is. ​​

Whether it's a question, idea, suggestion to updates to a website, TheMillCreek.net, believe in strong communications with clients, and being accessible, as well as being supportive.

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L-R: Isaac Hayes, Terry Williams, Sherry McCartney, Harry Warner, William Bell, Mike McCartney - circa early 1990's

Atlanta / Georgia Music industry 

1986 - 1997

Prior to BellSouth - AT&T Internet, Terry Williams was very active in

Atlanta's music industry, and had "hands on" marketing for

artists - bands and special events.

 

​Just some of the areas Williams was involved with include --

 

Worked with several artists in the genres of rock, country, jazz, and r&b.

 

President of the Georgia Music Industry Association

1991 – 1996

 

The Association produced several live shows, workshops, and

networking opportunities.

 

Atlanta Chapter of the Recording Academy

Board of Governors, 1990 – 1996, including two years as Treasurer

 

The Academy is a professional organization and produces the Annual Grammy Awards.

 

The Chapter featured several seminars, workshops, networking, and professional development.

 

Advisory Council to the Georgia Senate Music Industry Committee

1990 - 1996

Atlanta County Music Hall of Fame – Inducted in 1998.

Chairman’s Award for Contributions to the Growth and Success of Georgia Music – Presented by Senator Nathan Dean, Chairman of the Georgia Senate Music Industry Committee - 1993

 

Worked with Several Productions in Metro Atlanta, for several years, including:

 

WSB-TV 4th of July Parade – handled live entertainment at Woodruff Park, on two stages

 

U.S. 10K Classic – Labor Day Weekend -  handled live entertainment on the Family Festival (Saturday & Sunday), and with live entertainment along Race Route, including Starting and Finish Line.

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