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.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Saturday, March 4th for the Grand Opening and new owner of Trees Forever Nursery in Brownwood.
Trees Forever Nursery is located at 3803 Hwy. 377 South, and they will gladly help customers select trees, shrubs, garden supplies and plants for your flower beds. They offer landscaping design for business or home.
Business hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Saturday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM or visit their website at www.treesforevernursery.com for more information.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce will host their 2017 Annual Chamber Banquet on April 13, 2017. The celebration will be held in the Brownwood Coliseum with the reception at 6:00 PM, dinner at 6:30 PM and the awards presentation slated to begin about 7:00 PM.
Community Service Awards will be presented during the banquet including Stuart Coleman Good Neighbors, Community Partner, Business of the Year, Man and Woman of the Year and the Groner Pitts "Lifetime of Service" Award.
To order a ticket or a corporate reserved table, call the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce at 325-646-9535. Early bird ticket prices are $36 per ticket through April 7th. Please call for availability for reserved tables.
What customers write about your company online can make an impact on your business, and many times business owners are unaware that they are building an online reputation. What are people saying about your business, who is reading that info, should I respond to a negative comment? - These are just a few of the questions that may come to mind.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce will host their next luncheon on Friday, March 17th featuring speaker Sheila Scarborough on the subject of Online Reputation Management.
The luncheon will be held at the Brownwood Country Club on Friday, March 17th. Buffet lunch opens at 11:30 AM and the program will begin at noon.
Cost is $14 per person payable to the Brownwood Country Club for lunch. RSVP to the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce at 325-646-9535.
Customers, visitors, and hotel guests today expect personal online interaction with businesses, destinations, attractions, and lodging. They also expect a rapid response to their feedback; both the positive shout-outs and the complaints. Learn how to find the online conversations that matter to your business, particularly on social media, and then how to respond and interact with your customers. Digital communications is more than just marketing; it is also a powerful customer service tool that reflects on your reputation for a great customer experience.
Sheila Scarborough is a speaker and trainer specializing in tourism, travel, and social media. She's written for many blogs and print publications and is also a certified Navy Master Training Specialist, with years of experience as an instructor.
Along with Leslie McLellan, Sheila is part of the Tourism Currents team, offering online and in-person training in social media for tourism and hospitality.
Winner of the "Austin American-Statesman" Texas Social Media Award and an AWC (Association for Women in Communications) Clarion award, Sheila trains and speaks regularly about social media to a variety of audiences including tourism and economic development experts, public relations and marketing professionals, and Chambers of Commerce.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Friday, March 3rd for Hawaiian Nail Bar.
Hawaiian Nail Bar's goal is to provide a variety of quality services in a fun atmosphere that will leave customers refreshed, rejuvenated and stunning. They believe in 100% sanitization providing manicures, pedicures using organic products, eyelash extensions, waxing, free Wi-Fi and karaoke. For a short period of time, enjoy 20% off any service before the discount ends. Customers who want to book a party or a group with 6 or more for pedicures, they will receive 50% off of their second service and enjoy a complimentary drink (over 21) while being pampered.
Hawaiian Nail Bar is located in Commerce Plaza at 553 W. Commerce Street. For more info, call 325-646-6501. They are open Monday - Friday 9:30 AM to 7:30 PM, Saturday 9:00 AM to 6:30 PM and Sunday 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Thursday, February 9th for Fancy's Day Spa.
Fancy's believes that there is more to massage than just relaxation. Massage can help relieve daily aches and pains. They employ traditional European techniques in facials using Bioelements. Professional skin care that promotes cleansing, hydration and healing, not to mention several different types of massage packages from 30 minute massage, 1 hour, 1.5 up to 2 hour massages. They offer Salt Glow, Mud Body Wrap and Mud Masque body treatments that cleanse, exfoliate, and hydrate skin.
For more info, call 325-641-9106 or visit their website at www.fancysdayspa.com to book an appointment .
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on January 19th for the Grand Opening of Cross Country Health Center's new activity area for Alzheimer's patients.
Cross Country Health Center staff is dedicated to providing love and attention to each resident allowing them to maintain their freedom and be a part of a community and family. Introducing "Eden" a safe haven specifically designed to enhance the lives of residents.
The new rooms provide safe activities that give residents the opportunity to engage in all types of sensory experiences such as visual, auditory and tactile in our life stations. These life stations consist of a nursery, kitchen, secretary, construction, automotive, and music section.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on January 9th for the renovation of Good Samaritan's resale store.
The Resale Store was founded on the principal that everyone deserves dignity, and that meant offering quality, gently-used items for low prices. It has recently been renovated to make customers feel comfortable while shopping and easily find what they are looking for. In addition to selling items, people in need can be eligible to receive a voucher for clothing items they need, but can't afford. They give blankets to those who need them, and any item that can't be sold are donated to one of two charities who give the items new homes in a variety of places. Every item donated is used or made into something new and reused.