Bogart native Amy Wrenn wears several hats. She serves as a mother to her five daughters, Chellsey, Christin, Gracen, Darion and Honor. 

She also owns and operates Mary’s Tack, Feed and Pet Store. In addition to family and work responsibilities, she and her husband also own a historic Elder Street house in Bogart. 

Wrenn’s journey from her hometown to South Carolina and back home has reaped her rewards, but the payoff did not happen overnight.

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