Hilliard Area Chamber of Commerce
Business Monthly June 2018 • Issue 94
Taste of Hilliard & Business Expo: Save the Date On Wednesday, August 8 at the Makoy Center from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., we will hold our 9th annual Taste of Hilliard & Business Expo. Area restaurants and organizations will offer tasting portions of their specialties to the public for a cash admission of $15 for adults and $5 for youth under 10 years old. There are no pre-sale tickets,
you purchase your admission at the door. Restaurants and organizations who have already committed to being there are: ChickFil-A, Coffee Connections of Hilliard, Cori’s Confections, Culver’s, Dave & Buster’s, De Massimo’s Authentic Sauces, Domino’s Pizza, El Vaquero, Flyer’s Pizza
and Subs, Frank’s Fish and Seafood Market, Handel’s Ice Cream, Heritage Golf Club , Jets Pizza, Katie’s Premium Jerky and Snacks, Legacy Smokehouse, Louie’s Grill Fusion Restaurant, Makoy Center, Max & Erma’s McDonald’s, Mill Run Rehabilitation Center, Skilled Nursing & Assisted Living, New Grounds Coffee House, Pulp Juice and Smoothie Bar, Rusty Bucket, Texas Roadhouse,
The Little Ice Cream Shoppe, The Old Bag of Nails and The Olive Tree Mediterranean Cafe. Member businesses will be able to sign up starting on June 15. It is a first come, first paid registration to be an expo vendor. This is a premier event in Hilliard so mark your calendars to be there!
Leedership Consulting, L.L.C. Leedership Consulting was founded in February 2018 by Lanton Lee. After 30 years working in the non-profit and higher-education environment, Lee took his passion for leadership and helping others to provide consulting to individuals, organizations, and businesses. He believes in servant leadership. One of the key principles of servant leadership is to make sure that whatever you are doing – do it while helping others. This will allow your organization to become better. Lee believes that everything starts with a conversation. These conversations create connections, and connections create and improve community. Lee can serve as a keynote speaker, trainer, presenter or facilitator for your organization or business. His topics include leadership, communication, strategic planning, organizational effectiveness, team building and development, marketing and public relations, event planning, and fundraising. To start a conversation with Lee to find out how he can help you or your organization please call 317-679-0678 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
At No.1 Gyro Shoppe, we use ONLY the very best ingredients. Our food is made FRESH every single day in our restaurant. It isn’t delivered to us pre-made and prepackaged. What that means for you is great, flavorful, fresh food FAST – with no preservatives or additives to get in the way of the pure, savory Mediterranean cuisine that tastes the way it was meant to. You can’t get anything FRESHER AND HEALTHIER even if you make it yourself! But why do that when we’ve done it for you – FRESH AND DELICIOUS EVERY DAY!
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Come and try our delicious falafel, as a sandwich, as an appetizer, or over a Greek Salad. Other vegetarian dishes: spinach pie, Hommus dip, Tzatziki dip, spicy feta dip, dolmathes, or lentil soup.
Important Notice from Hilliard Schools You may have heard that the tour company the Hilliard Schools has used for many years to take students to Washington D.C. filed for bankruptcy recently. Sadly, this was just after our families made their payments for the October 2018 school year. While we know many families are working through their credit card and banking institutions to be reimbursed, we know some won’t be able to get their money back. We also know that close to 25 percent of our students are in the free and reduced lunch program and unable to afford this trip. We are partnering with the Hilliard Area Chamber of Commerce and the Hilliard Education Foundation to ask our community business partners to help sponsor scholarships for our students in need. The trip cost is $390 per student. If you are willing to help, you can make a donation through the Hilliard Education Foundation’s web page, www. hilliardeducationfoundation.org The donations are tax deductible and will send more students on this trip of a lifetime. If you have questions please email Stacie Raterman at Stacie_Raterman@hboe.org
We celebrated the opening of PrideStaff at their location at 2471 Hilliard Rome Road in the Silverhorn Shopping Center. Bill Gross, local owner of this franchise, lives in Hilliard with his family.
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