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Businesses put off limits
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A Savannah attorney and a business formerly listing Hinesville and Midway addresses are among firms officially off limits to members of the U.S. armed forces.
Cyberlink Marketing Inc., lawyer Benjamin S. Eichholz, First American Cash Advance and Country Club Foods have been placed on a list that prohibits military personnel from entering, visiting or using the business establishments.
Country Club Foods has also used the names Cattle Rustlers Meat Co. and American Freezer Club. It is a mobile business whose owner is listed as Kevin M. Koceja. In addition to Midway and Hinesville addresses, it has used an address in Kissimmee, Fla.
First American Cash Advance has offices in Jesup, Savannah and at 230 Gen. Screven Way in Hinesville.
Eichholz has law offices at 15 Lake St., Suite 100 in Savannah.
Cyberlink is a Nashville, Tenn., firm that has done door-to-door sales in the area.
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