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  • 1.Vic's Smokehouse Bar B-Que

    427 Smith Ave


    0.33 mi


    The absolute BEST BBQ EVER....Nothing comes close to this.....

  • 2.Vic Hilliard CPA

    1802 Smith Ave


    1.58 mi

  • 3.Vic Aderhold Concepts

    4028 Ardara Dr


    25.20 mi

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By: Terri P.
Nails by Chris
Love Nail's by Chris! I found them while in Valdosta at school and have been begging him to come to Thomasville for years! So glad they're here. Been over 4 times already and have had a wonderful experience each time. Very clean, friendly, and great customer service!
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By: Heather J.
They do a very, good job but move very slow. I sat for over an hour waiting for them to get to me, even though I had an appointment. I watched them take people who got in after me have theor nails done before me.
By: tierra j.
Nails Art
I have been going to this place since they opened in Thomasville and the service is great, the nail techs are polite and it is just all over great service. I will continue to get my nails done there!!!
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