Georgetown to continue partnership with Grainger for discounted products

The city of Georgetown extended its deal with Grainger to purchase goods at a discounted rate. (Community Impact Newspaper)
The city of Georgetown extended its deal with Grainger to purchase goods at a discounted rate. (Community Impact Newspaper)

The city of Georgetown extended its deal with Grainger to purchase goods at a discounted rate. (Community Impact Newspaper)

The Georgetown City Council approved an extended time agreement with international operation material supplier W.W. Grainger at a yearly maximum cost of $150,000 at its Jan. 25 meeting.

Council members originally approved an agreement with Grainger in Sept. 2019 without the option of renewal.



The updated agreement authorizes City Manager David Morgan to submit term renewal for an additional two years with the stipulation that the overall cost does not exceed $450,000 for the duration of the contract.

The contract allows the City of Georgetown to receive product discounts ranging from 5-40% due to its partnership with Omnia Partners Public Sector.

By Hunter Terrell

Reporter, Georgetown

Hunter Terrell became the reporter for the Georgetown edition in January 2021. After graduating from Valdosta State University in 2018, she started her career as a reporter for the Rockdale Citizen in Conyers, Georgia. In 2021, she became a copyeditor for the Marietta Daily Journal. She also had a part-time job in social media and sales at Alexis Suitcase in Atlanta.