The Brownwood and Early Chambers of Commerce held a joint ribbon cutting on Friday, April 21st for Innovation Wellness Health Spa.
Innovation Wellness Health Spa offers state of the art equipment that repair, recover and rejuvenate the body including NovoTHOR, a whole-body light bed which uses photobiomodulation (PBMT); NormaTec Compression massage used for rapid recovery in the arms, legs and hips; Float Pod flotation therapy which allows the body to reach a deep relaxation state while allowing it to recover from stress; and the newest innovations in Cryotherapy, a cold body treatment in a Cryosense , a next-generation Cryosauna that stimulate the body to release endorphins.
For more info, call (325) 641-2796 or visit their website at www.earlyivw.com to book an appointment. They are located at 919 Early Blvd., Suite 2B, Early, TX.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, April 4th for One Source Express Care Clinic.
One Source Express Care Clinic, located in United Supermarket, provides non-emergent care to those feeling "under the weather." The care team consists of a physician serving as medical director and advanced practitioner Shannon Young DelaCruz, FNP-C serving as primary provider assisted by advanced practitioners.
For more information call 325-643-1983. They are open Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM and Saturday from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
The 3rd Annual Corks and Caps event is set for Saturday, October 7th from 6 PM - 11 PM in the Depot Plaza in Brownwood.
Corks and Caps will feature tastings of beer and wine from breweries and wineries from across the country. A variety of food trucks will also be on hand offering food and desserts for purchase. A cigar area will be a featured component during this event hosted by The Leaf from Abilene. Attendees can relax and enjoy these great tastes with live music.
Tickets for the event will cost $25 each which will include 10 samples of the beer, wine, and margaritas offered. Non-sample tickets for the concert only will be $10 each. Attendees must be 21 or older to purchase tasting tickets. The first 600 tasters who arrive will get their choice of a Corks and Caps commemorative wine glass or a beer pilsner glass. Advance tickets are now available and can be purchased below or at the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce will feature Brent Leisure, State Parks Director for the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department at their April luncheon. He will discuss the state park system and specifically info about the Lake Brownwood State Park.
The luncheon will be held Friday, April 21st at the Brownwood Country Club from 11:30 AM to 1 PM. Cost is $14 for the buffet lunch payable to the Brownwood Country Club. The luncheon is sponsored by Demand Staff.
Brent manages the operation of over 95 State Parks, State Natural Areas and Historic Sites on over 650,000 acres. His responsibilities include oversight of State Parks natural and cultural resources management; human resources; interpretation and education programming; financial and business management; facility and asset management, strategic planning and development; and public safety and visitor services for over 8.1 million State Park visits each year.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on March 29th for Morelock Properties.
Morelock Properties provides quality short term furnished apartments for traveling professionals or those looking to relocate to the area for an extended stay.
For more information call 325-203-1415 or visit their website at extendedstayapartmentsbrownwood.com
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on March 29th for Ideal Limo Service.
Ideal Limo Service is a privately owned company that offers limousine transportation. They can offer limo services for a variety of events such as quinceaneras, weddings, private parties, proms, birthdays, anniversaries, sporting events or airport service.
They can be reached at 325-642-8239 for additional information.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon Cutting for Hall N Ice N Things on Tuesday, March 28th.
Hall N Ice N Things is a shaved ice stand created with the customer in mind. It is a family owned business that offers over 70 shaved ice flavors, specialty items which include ice cream and choice of assorted toppings from M&Ms to gummy worms, and side items such as cold drinks and flavored pickles. They also offer a “Flavor of the Week,” as well as smoked turkey legs and more available on the first Saturday of every month.
The stand is equipped with covered seating and waiting area. There is convenient, visible parking, and they provide curbside service to disabled customers at their car window. Upon request, they provide catering options for all of Brown County and selected neighboring areas.
They are located at 714 W. Commerce St. in Brownwood and are open Tuesday-Saturday 12 PM to 7 PM (hours may vary during the summer months). For more information or catering requests, please call 325-642-3284.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, March 22nd for Cotton Patch Cafe.
Cotton Patch Cafe is a Texas-inspired, home style restaurant serving southern classics with 48 locations and growing. They have many different healthy options to choose from, whether it's a fresh mixed green salad, grilled tilapia, or grilled chicken and veggies, they have a diverse menu and offer catering and take out as well as dining in.
They are located at 406 E. Commerce Street in Brownwood and are open Monday through Thursday from 11:00am to 9:30pm, Friday and Saturday from 11:00am to 10:00pm and Sunday from 11:00am to 9:00pm.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, March 21st for Mr. Taxi.
Mr. Taxi provides transportation services around Brown County and surrounding areas and to major transportation hubs such as the airport and bus stations.
For more information or to schedule a ride, contact Mr. Taxi at 325-646-1111.