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Presented by Grapevine Chamber of Commerce
Date: August 10, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM – 9:30 AM CDT
- Staying Relevant to a Changed Customer
- Main Street Merchant & Restaurant Program
- In partnership with the SBDC of Tarrant County and SCORE
About the Presenter: Marc Wilson specializes in consulting main street small businesses and restaurants. His knowledge expands all facets of retail and restaurant customer service, operations, cash flow management, best practices, and staying relevant with changing customers’ new buying habits in today’s economy. For over 35 years, Marc Willson and The Willson Company have been providing authentic consulting to retailers and restaurants across the nation.
About the Workshop:
- Define and differentiate the customer
- Receive resources to help retain existing customers and capture new ones
- Learn “Must Haves for Small Businesses”
- One-on-one retail and restaurant check-ups and Tailored strategies for specific businesses
Click HERE to register
Corky’s Gaming Bistro announced plans to open Aug. 6 at 3520 N. Grapevine Mills Blvd., Grapevine. The business will include dining for about 120 guests with indoor and patio seating, retro video and pinball games, an escape room and an axe-throwing room. 817-532-5000. www.corkysgamingbistro.com
Read more from Community Impact…
Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month, and when special sessions are called.
The Council consists of:
- Mayor William D. Tate
- Place 1 Paul Slechta
- Place 2 Sharron Rogers
- Place 3 Mike Lease
- Mayor Pro Tem/Place 4 Darlene Freed
- Place 5 Chris Coy
- Place 6 Duff O’Dell
To learn more, visit http://www.grapevinetexas.gov/847/City-Council.
To take advantage of the promotion, customers must sign up for the free Build-A-Bear Bonus Club members, and children must be under 14.
Bring your child into a store any day during their birthday month, and they can build a Birthday Treat Bear, which regularly costs $14, by paying their age.
Read more from KHOU…
Just plain hot. That’s the simple forecast for the week ahead.
North Texas will be under the grip of a heat wave during the upcoming week, and likely the hottest temps we’ve seen in two years or longer by the end of the work week.
Sunday will be hot for everyone, but a lucky few could see a shower or storm before the day is done. The “highest” chances will be across western and northern North Texas, but coverage will only be around 20 percent. So even in those areas, most places will stay dry.
Read more from WFAA…
TEXRail has implemented a full closure on Main Street between Dallas Road and Hudgins Street for necessary median work. TEXRail anticipates their work will be completed by (end of day) Saturday, July 21. The Chill Sports Bar & Grill parking lot remains accessible.
For more information, visit http://www.grapevinetexas.gov/.