Area Business News
The fun included hot dogs, popcorn and other food, plus giveaways and drawings for prizes such as concert tickets.
Jones replaced Deirdre Lund of Mathews as director.
The shop offers a number of maintenance and repair services for domestic and foreign cars and light utility trucks.
“The Buck Stays Here” shop local mantra also applies to local stocks.
Joel Canepa recently opened the doors of LOVET Furniture, as well as a Sears Hometown Store, in an effort to provide a one-stop shop for residents’ furnishing and appliance needs.
April 1 marked 55 years in the tractor and mower business for Frank Crittenden of Hayes.
Its mission is to help create more and higher-paying jobs for residents in the area.
The equipment received totals about $4,000 in value.
The new initiative supports local shopping on a more frequent basis.
Sears Hometown Stores are owned and operated by a member of the local community.
Economic development officials began planning for this marketing effort in February.
Speed Networking is just one way the chamber is trying to provide more educational services for its members.