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Grapevine 02-03 04-05 Economic Development Can Help You… Networking Opportunities Chamber Sponsor Community Award Winners

Sponsors Leadership Breakfast


New Members Win Money Explore China

February, 2013

121 Community Church Blagg Tire & Service The Carlyle @ Stonebridge Park Chesapeake Energy Corporation Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport First Financial Bank, NA Renewing Members NTTS Summit Women’s Division February Calendar Grapevine Mills Grubbs Infiniti Northgate Constructors Stacy Furniture The T WCK Cleaners, LLC Wells Fargo Bank - Grapevine Main Wright Development Co., Inc.

If you are looking to permanently move your business or office to Grapevine or you need assistance in helping to relocate your business, Dan Truex, Grapevine Economic Development Specialist, can help you find the perfect office, building or site to suit your needs. You can reach Dan by calling 817-410-3153 or email: The mission of the The GrapeGrapevine Chamber vine Chamber 4 l OCTOB 2 012 of ER Commerce is to is pleased to have promote business Grapevinethat adds value to our Colleyville community. Independent School District Superintendent, Dr. Robin Ryan, speak at the Chamber’s monthly luncheon Thursday, February 7, 11:30 a.m. at the Grapevine Convention Center. Dr. Ryan will speak on the topic The vision of the of “Our Children, Our Schools, Grapevine Our Future.” The luncheon is sponsored by LegacyTexas Bank Chamber is a and catered by Bartley’s Bar-B-Q. progressive business Dr. Robin Ryan joined GCISD organization that as Superintendent on June 15, brings relevant and 2010. He has served 27 years in essential opportunities education, all in Texas, including as principal of Colleyville Heritage for our investors and High School from 2004-2006. community to grow



GCISD Superintendent Dr. Robin Ryan Mission: to speak at February Luncheon •


and prosper.

Values: Excellence Innovation Integrity & Community

He previously served in Dallas ISD as Chief Academic Officer and Area Superintendent; in Carroll ISD as a high school principal, junior high principal, middle school principal and assistant principal; in Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD as a life science teacher and student services coordinator; in San Angelo ISD as the administrator of one of the first discipline alternative schools in Texas; and as a high school biology teacher in Graham ISD. Dr. Ryan, 50, earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University, Master of Education degree from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, and Doctorate degree from the University of North Texas. He also served 20 years in the Army National Guard and Reserves, retiring as a major in 2004. Dr. Ryan and his family have

Join Us for a Trip to Austin If you were at the January luncheon, you heard Chamber CEO RaDonna H e s s e l mention that we are taking a group from the Chamber to Austin in February for “Grapevine Day in Austin.” This is

part of the Leadership Grapevine program offered by the Grapevine Chamber of Commerce, and the trip to Austin is open to all Chamber members. Leadership Grapevine offers the opportunity to learn about many different functions within our city and region from education, transportation, city government,

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lived in Grapevine for 16 years. His wife, Dr. Cindy Ryan, is Associate Minister at First United Methodist Church of Grapevine. They have three children: daughter, Daryl, is a graduate of Grapevine High School and Texas A&M; son, Reed, is a junior at Texas A&M; and their youngest son, Graham, is in the eighth grade at Cross Timbers Middle School in Grapevine. Make plans to join us for the luncheon at Grapevine Convention Center, 1209 S. Main St. in Grapevine. The cost is $20 with reservations made prior to 5 p.m., Tuesday, February 5, and $25 after. There is a $5 fee for invoicing. Reservations can be made by contacting the Grapevine Chamber at (817) 481-1522, emailing info@ or visiting the Chamber website’s Events Page.

health and human services, media and many others. It is a great way to understand the workings of these areas and build some great relationships with some great folks. I asked Susan Cheyne, LegacyTexas Assistant Vice President and Leadership Continued on page 2

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Grapevine Chamber of Commerce 2013 Board of Directors Lavon Bolech

Bolech Home Selling Team/Keller Williams

Steve Brown

Esparza’s Restaurante Mexicano

Steve Haley

Hilton DFW Lakes Executive Conference Center

Cory D. Halliburton

Weycer, Kaplan, Pulaski & Zuber, P.C.

Stacy MacLure Peoples Bank

Theresa Mason W2W Painting, LLC

Iain Scouller

SEA LIFE Aquarium

Paul Slechta

Panda Embroidery

Executive Board Perry Leonard

Blagg Tire & Service Chairman of the Board

C. W. Higgins

Classic Chevrolet / The Thompson Group Chairman Elect

Jane Richards

Cowboys Golf Club VC-Business Partnerships

Scott Summers Club Car, LLC Treasurer

Doug Lawson

Baylor Regional Medical Center at Grapevine Immediate Past Chairman

RaDonna Hessel

Join Us for a Trip to Austin Continued from page 1 Grapevine alumna, to give me her thoughts on the value of the program. Susan said, “Leadership Grapevine provides a tremendous opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of how Grapevine works, its infrastructure and all the wonderful amenities the City of Grapevine has to offer. This class is vital to anyone who works, lives or plays in Grapevine. I have an unbelievable amount of respect for this city and the people that run it. The passion for this community is evident in the actions taken by our city leaders, businesses, education system, outreach organizations and much more who all continue to work together to make Grapevine thrive. I challenge anyone who thinks they know Grapevine to take this class.” Legislative Day is a great opportunity for business leaders; and when the legislature is in

session, the Chamber takes a group to Austin. This day really allows you the opportunity to see how state government really works. Bruno Rumbelow, Grapevine City Manager said it best, “The Austin trip is important for our Leadership Grapevine group because they get a ‘front row’ seat to learn about the issues of the day, the importance of those decisions made in there for all of us and get to meet those elected leaders from our area who represent us and who ultimately help shape the future of our State. What happens is Austin affects Grapevine; our schools, our city, our residents and businesses. If you didn’t have a great appreciation for how the State of Texas impacts many parts of our community - you will when we return.” The current agenda of the Texas Legislature will have a great impact on our community, our

Tuesday, February 12 5:30-7:30 p.m.

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Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau

Cowboys Golf Club

Bruno Rumbelow Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District

Carolyn Sims

County Commissioner, Tarrant County Precinct 3


President/COO Blagg Tire & Service

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Dr. Robin Ryan

Best regards, Perry Leonard

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Grapevine Chamber of Commerce CEO

City of Grapevine

businesses, and our education system, and as Chamber members, we should keep ourselves informed in areas that impact us and our community. This fits nicely with the mission of the Grapevine Chamber “to promote business that adds value to our community.” The Chamber provides an opportunity to do just that with “Grapevine Day in Austin.” The Austin trip is open to any Chamber member, not just members of Leadership Grapevine; so if you have interest, contact the Chamber for more information. Again, if I or any member of your Board of Directors can be of any assistance, please let any of us know. We are here to serve you. Thanks for the honor of serving as your Chairman for 2013.

Business over Coffee 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month 8:15 a.m.

The Original Pancake House 1505 William D. Tate Ave. Grapevine, TX 76051

Business Builders 2nd & 4th Wednesday of each month, 11:30 a.m.

Winewood 1265 South Main St. Grapevine, TX 76051

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1600 Fairway Dr. Grapevine, TX 76051 Cash prizes sponsored by ASDierolf Concrete, LLC for the best Mardi Gras Costume (1st - $100, 2nd $75, 3rd - $50). Please RSVP if plan to attend.

Business After Hours Mixer Thursday, February 28 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Red Robin 1701 William D. Tate Ave. Grapevine, TX 76051 Please RSVP if you plan to attend.

Grapevine Community Award Winners Member of the Year Winner Allied Waste / Republic Waste Services Allied Waste / Republic Waste Services have been an active member of the Grapevine area since 1977. They have been active in all aspects of our community from a monetary and volunteerism to the Chamber, City Projects and Civic Organization. 2012 Chairman’s Award NJ Graphic Design Inc. NJ Graphic Design, Inc. is a chamber member business that works hard for the Grapevine Chamber and our community. They “donate” their services to produce our monthly newsletter at no cost, and produce our directory at a tremendous discount – all the while increasing the quality of our image. It doesn’t stop with the chamber, as they also donate to several area non-profits – giving of their time and talents to make this community even better. 2012 Don Ramey Community Spirit Winner Chris Reyher Chris Reyher has served as the Chair of Citizens for a Better Grapevine, a volunteer group that created and organized citizen based Vote Yes efforts in 2011 and 2012 for two very important City Council initiated referendums that will benefit Grapevine for many years to come, 2011 Crime Control Prevention District (CCPD) Election and 2012 Bond Election. Chris is also a member of Grapevine 4B Economic Development Board, member of Volunteers in Police Service, Past President of Grapevine Runners and Walkers, Alumnus of Grapevine Citizen’s Police Academy, and Volunteer for 9-11 Firefighters’ Memorial. 2012 Business Hall of Fame Winner Panda Embroidery, Paul & Dennis Slechta Panda Embroidery is a second generation business that continually strives to support and improve the community. Through support of festivals, events, the Grapevine Convention and Visitors Bureau and Grapevine Chamber, as well as several other organizations in town, they believe in community service while still maintaining a high quality business that reaches well beyond Grapevine borders.

2012 Ted Willhoite Legacy Award Winner Tricia Wood Twenty-five years ago the vision and leadership of Tricia Wood spearheaded an initiative and motivated multiple civic groups to form an alliance that would later be called GRACE. It began as a network of churches helping people who were experiencing a crisis in their lives in Grapevine when the population was only 16,000. It was a humble beginning that grew to our organization now covering the three cities of Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake and surrounding communities in Northeast Tarrant County. Tricia helped form the mission grounded in faith, and GRACE continues to help our neighbors with programming leading to self-sufficiency. 2012 D.E. Box Citizen of the Year Winner Rocky Gribble Rocky Gribble, president of Yellow Rose Productions and producer of the Grapevine Opry, started the Grapevine Opry in 1987 when there was nothing else on Main Street and has continued his dedication for over twenty-five years. His tremendous success with the Opry has supported the economic and cultural growth of the city. He donates much of his time and musical talents to numerous organizations and has been a profound influence on countless up-and-coming performers. Women’s Division Woman of the Year Paula Wilbanks Paula came to Grapevine in 1965 when she was hired by the district to teach high school English and French. Shortly afterward she became a high school Guidance Counselor for the high school students. Even though she has been retired for several years, she is still very much involved in education. She is a member of the GCISD Education Foundation and has co-chaired the New Educators’ Luncheon for the past five years. FEBRUARY 2 013 l 3

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If you are looking to permanently move your business or office to Grapevine or you need assistance in helping to relocate your business, Dan Truex, Grapevine Economic Development Specialist, can help you find the perfect office, building or site to suit your needs. You can reach Dan by calling 817-410-3153 or email: 4 l FEBR UARY 2 0 1 3

Grapevine Chamber of Commerce Baylor Regional Medical Center at Grapevine City of Grapevine Classic Chevrolet / The Thompson Group Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center


Bank of the West Buchanan Technologies, Inc. LegacyTexas Bank Oncor Electric Delivery


Allied Waste Services Box Insurance Agency Hilton DFW Lakes Executive Conference Center Wells Fargo Bank – Grapevine Main


121 Community Church Blagg Tire & Service The Carlyle @ Stonebridge Park Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport First Financial Bank, NA Grapevine Mills Grubbs Infiniti Northstar Bank of Texas Stacy Furniture The T WCK Cleaners, LLC Wright Development Co., Inc.

Chamber Leadership Breakfast Series ® Sponsored by Lead It 2 Win It The Grapevine Chamber of Commerce 2013 Leadership Breakfast Series sponsored by Lead It 2 Win It® is now underway. This series is open to all Chamber members and designed for individual employees, managers or business owners who are interested in improving or developing their leadership skills overall. Each month the Chamber will offer a series of leadership sessions designed to shift your thinking, and provide actionable ideas to enhance your skills. With today’s competitive market place, it is imperative to become a better leader, and it’s through clear, thoughtleadership that you and your business will grow and stand out! This 12-month program is designed to build your core leadership components, like: • Communications skills • Diversity • Vision & strategies • And much more! Lead It 2 Win It® is a team of Carlos Merla of Merla Leadership Group and Lauren Midgley of Courage to Succeed Coaching, and they will bring in speakers who are subject matter experts, providing information and practical examples followed by open discussions. Make plans to join us! Register online at the Chamber’s Events’ Page or contact the Chamber at (817) 481-1522. Cost is $15 per session.

Upcoming Dates:

• Friday, Feb 22, 8:30-9:30 a.m. at Cowboys Golf Club o Communication Success Factors – The four key elements a leader needs to master in communication to effectively influence others • Friday, Mar 22, 8:30-9:30 a.m. at Cowboys Golf Club o Visionary Leadership – Learn why a leader has to have a clear, concise vision. What happens when the vision is not clear, internally and externally?

Questions? Contact Michael Miori, Director of Program Development, at FEBRUARY 2 013 l 5

2013 Community Directories Now Available The 2013 Grapevine Chamber Community Directory & Referral Guide is now available at the Chamber office. The directories are great to have at your business for your customers or to give to clients to showcase Grapevine. You are welcome to pick up as many as you need from the Chamber office anytime. The directories are free to the public.

New Members

December Academia Center 4 Tutoring

Mary Kay/Chastity White

(817) 251-5874 1000 S. Main St., #240 Grapevine TX 76051 Tutoring Centers

(281) 788-8476 Dallas/Fort Worth, TX Skin Care & Cosmetics

Letty Turkett

Burnett’s Staffing, Inc.

Natalie Thompson-Garner (817) 640-5255 2710 Avenue E East Arlington TX 76011 Employment Services

GO! Pages Magazine

Chastity White

Rainbow International Restoration Michael Parkey

(817) 713-3640 1705 Airport Circle S., #A Euless TX 76040 Restoration & Cleaning Companies

Kelly Murray

(972) 899-3637 1011 Surrey Ln. Building 100, #101 Flower Mound TX 75022 Advertising - Direct Mail

Win Money for Attending the Luncheon! Those in attendance for the January luncheon saw the “Must Be Present to Win” drawing continue its climb. With Russel Merchen from Pool Priates not in attendance the drawing gained another $50 and now sits at $950. Each month at the luncheon, the drawing will grow as long as the person whose name is called is not in attendance. All you have to do is show up! How easy is that? All Chamber members’ names are in the drawing, sponsored by the First Financial Bank, NA. Cash in on your membership investment by attending the monthly luncheon for your chance to win!

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Explore China

October 5 - 13, 2013 with the Grapevine and Northwest Metroport Chambers of Commerce



• $300 non-refundable deposit with registration • Registration available on Chamber website • Balance of $1899 due by August 1, 2013 (After August 1, $500 additional cancellation fee will apply)

Trip Includes

• Roundtrip international airfare (does not include travel to and from LAX) • 4-and 5-star hotel accommodations • 3 meals each day • Deluxe bus tours • Airport taxes throughout the trip • Intracity transportation • Fluent English-speaking tour guides • Entrance fees for attractions

Passport & Visa

A current passport and China travel visa are required. Passport is traveler’s responsibility and must be valid six months beyond visa approval date.

Informational Meeting

March 21, 2013 5:30 - 7 p.m. Hilton DFW Lakes Exec. Conf. Center Thinking about signing up? Bring all your questions to this meeting!


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Important Information Trip Cost - $2199 per person


October 5 - Los Angeles/Beijing

October 9 - Beijing/Shanghai/Suzhou

Check in at Los Angeles International Airport for an after- Morning flight to Shanghai, then take the tour bus trip to noon flight by 12:30 p.m. to Beijing. Your adventure begins Suzhou. Afternoon sightseeing to the centuries old Lingeras you fly trans-Pacific aboard a wide cabin jetliner. Cross ing Garden, Tiger Hill and Hanshan Temple. Visit to the the International Dateline. National Embroidery Institute to see silk embroidery, an important local craft with 1,000 years of history. Evening October 6 - Beijing Arrive in Beijing, the Capital of China at 11 p.m. after a Dinner Show of the traditional Chinese Music.

stopover in Shanghai. You will be met by your local tour October 10 - Suzhou/Hangzhou Morning tour bus journey to Hangzhou. Visit to Economic guide at the airport. Transfer to the hotel. Development Zone. Visit to the centuries old Lingyin TemOctober 7 - Beijing ple, with the main feature of the 64.3 ft-high camphor-wood Visit the Tian An Men Square, the largest square in the carved Buddha. world, and the Temple of Heaven, built in 1420 A.D., where the emperors prayed to the heaven for a good harvest October 11 - Hangzhou/Shanghai Sightseeing also includes the Palace Museum, also known Morning boat cruise on West Lake with relaxing stopover as the Forbidden City, home of 24 emperors with a total at jewel-like pagodas and tea houses. Afternoon tour bus space of 9,999 rooms, and the Summer Palace, known for trip to Shanghai. many significant features, such as the Long Corridor with October 12 - Shanghai painted gallery, Kunming Lake and Longevity Hill, Seven- Sightseeing includes the Yu Garden, a maze of marvelous teen- Arch Bridge and Marble Boat. pavilions, ponds, rocky works and over arching trees. Visit to the Bund, a famous waterfront park. Business visit to the Tour bus excursion to the Great Wall, the 4,000-mile long Pudong economic development zone.

October 8 - Beijing

and 2,000 years old construction is said to be the only October 13 - Shanghai/Los Angeles man-made structure visible by naked eye from the moon. You may spend your final hours in China on your own in Visit to the Ming Tombs, one of 13 Ming Emperors’ Tombs the morning. Your afternoon flight will depart by 2:50 p.m. is fully excavated and open for exploration. Roasted Bei- for Los Angeles where you will arrive at 10:30 a.m. on the jing Duck Dinner. same day.

Questions? RaDonna Hessel - Grapevine Chamber of Commerce - - (817) 481-1522 - Sally Michalak - Northwest Metroport Chamber of Commerce - - (817) 837-1000 - FEBRUARY 2013 l 7

Northeast Tarrant Transportation Summit Commissioner Gary Fickes, Tarrant County Precinct 3

Friday, February 15, 2013 • 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Hurst Conference Center • 1600 Campus Drive • Hurst, TX REGISTRATION 8:30 A.M. SEMINARS BEGIN: 9:00 A.M. Seminar #1

TEX Rail/Cotton Belt Rail Line Update

Seminar #2

How Transit-Oriented and Transit-Ready Development Can Transform the Marketplace

Seminar #3

The ABC's of the RTC (Regional Transportation Council) LUNCHEON 11:45 A.M. Updates from DFW Connector and North Tarrant Express Keynote speaker: Ross Perot, Jr.






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Grapevine Chamber of Commerce To register, call (817) 481-1522 or online at: For sponsorship or additional information, visit our website or call: 817-581-3600

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Trophy Club

Grapevine Chamber of Commerce Women’s Division

The 2013 Executive Committee of the Women’s Division was introduced at our January meeting. The new Executive Committee includes:

• 2013 Chair BJ Wilson - Fabrica Carpets and Rugs

• Chair Elect Casey Hege - Box Insurance Agency

• Secretary/Treasurer Kathy DeMaggio - ab.advt (graphic art)

• Parliamentarian/Past Chair Carolyn Lease - Cavnar Insurance Agency

• Vice Chair of Christmas Spirit Nancy Coplen

• Vice Chair of Fundraising Shelley Ruddick - Bank of the West

• Vice Chair of Ways & Means Marci Junge - Interiors by Marci, Inc.

• Vice Chair of Communications Janice Kane - GCISD Education Foundation

• Vice Chair of Community

focus on those whose burdens we strive to ease. As our mission statement indicates, the help that we provide the community makes Grapevine a better place to do business. Our February meeting will be our Membership Luncheon. If you curious about what our group does, please come and learn about Women’s Division. We are fortunate to be able to host our luncheon at The Grand Hall in the CVB building, 636 S. Main Street, Grapevine, Texas. It will be held on February 19th at 11:45 am. (If you would like to attend, please rsvp to Casey Hege at so we will have an accurate head count). This is sure to be a fun and informative time, full of Women’s Division history and our plans for this year. Please also mark your calendars and save the date for Great Taste of Grapevine, which will be held on Thursday, April 11th at the Embassy Suites Outdoor World. Lots of new things are in the works! I am honored to serve as the 2013 Chair of the Women’s Division and look forward to what the Women’s Division will achieve this year as we use our “Hearts and Hands Together for a Better Tomorrow.”

Karen Deakin - GCISD Board of Trustees This year’s theme was also unveiled – “Hearts and Hands Together for a Better Tomorrow.” We will most certainly us our hands as we plan and participate in our service projects throughout the coming year, but we also use our hearts as we

BJ Wilson, Chair Women’s Division Grapevine Chamber of Commerce

Want To Know What Lurks Atop This Staircase? Come join us for our February Membership Drive Luncheon and find out! Tuesday, February 19th at 11:45am at the Grapevine Convention and Visitors’ Bureau Grand Hall. FEBRUARY 2013 l 9

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Pittman, Powers & Associates

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RWP Services

Tom Walker (817) 481-3768 2050 N. Kimball Southlake TX 76092

Randy Powers (817) 481-7505 1000 S. Main, #200 Grapevine TX 76051

Kevin Langton (817) 410-4678 611 S. Main St., Suite 440 Grapevine TX 76051

Brandi Renee’ Designs

Jamie Day (817) 251-9244 500 North Kimball Avenue, #105 Southlake TX 76092

Braum’s Ice Cream & Dairy Stores Sheila Travis (817) 481-5951 1300 S. Main St. Grapevine TX 76051


Jim Swartz (972) 339-4200 3110 S. Great Southwest Pkwy. Grand Prairie TX 75052

Chesapeake Energy Corporation Heather Scoggins (817) 502-5626 100 Energy Way Fort Worth TX 76102

Chill Sports Bar & Grill Brandon Murdoch (817) 310-0004 814 S. Main St. Grapevine TX 76051

City Florist

Margaret Hardin (817) 481-1539 430 S. Main St. Grapevine TX 76051

Cliff’s Star Grill

Chris Parshall (817) 416-0608 1900 S. Main St., #100 Grapevine TX 76051

Closet Treasures

Debbie Keller (817) 421-8525 421 S. Main St. Grapevine TX 76051

To Our Renewing Members Colonial Village at Grapevine

Grapevine Mills

Community Impact Newspaper

Hilton Hotel Southlake Town Square

Cindy Terry (817) 481-1142 2300 Grayson Dr. Grapevine TX 76051

Judy Wiley (682) 223-1418 1452 Hughes Rd., #323 Grapevine TX 76051

Cook Children’s Health Care System Judi Hershman (682) 885-7484 801 Seventh Ave. Fort Worth TX 76104

Countryside Bible Church Evelyn Bone (817) 488-5381 250 Countryside Ct. Southlake TX 76092

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport John Terrell (972) 973-4655 P.O. Box 619428 DFW Airport TX 75261

Dennis Electric Co.

Tracy Sorensen (817) 481-1508 121 Central Ave. Grapevine TX 76051

Joseph Szymaszek (972) 538-5901 3000 Grapevine Mills Pkwy. Grapevine TX 76051 Mike Hutchison (817) 442-9900 1400 Plaza Pl. Southlake TX 76092

Impact Signs & Graphics

Joan Rawson (817) 329-3491 541 Industrial Blvd., Ste. A Grapevine TX 76051

Jack Dortch - Farmers Insurance Jack Dortch (817) 481-1421 1017 William D. Tate Ave., #109 Grapevine TX 76051

Keller Williams/Chris Collins

Chris Collins (214) 477-0320 546 E. Sandy Lake Rd. # 100 Coppell TX 75019

Lone Star Stitching

Suzi Bologna (817) 329-7827 520 S. Main St. #200 Grapevine TX 76051

D’Vine Wine of North Texas

Lucas Funeral Home

Grapevine Gold & Silver Exchange

Main Street Bistro and Bakery

Chad Morrisey (817) 329-1011 409 S. Main St. Grapevine TX 76051 Chris Kummer (817) 310-1088 818 S. Main St. Grapevine TX 76051

Need a Bullhorn For Your Business?

Rick Pevehouse (817) 874-6864 Grapevine TX 76051

The Source at 520 S. Main St. Retail, Restaruant & Office Suites Anthony Bologna (817) 224-2350 520 S. Main St. Grapevine TX 76051

The Tracy Harrison Foundation for Melanoma Awareness Lance Harris (817) 688-1356 P.O. Box 612 Grapevine TX 76099

Trinity Aesthetics & Laser, PA Janie Simmons (817) 310-6624 122 N. Main St. Grapevine TX 76051

Vianco Enterprises

Denise Vianco (817) 312-1703 2801 Southshore Grapevine TX 76051

Weinberger’s Delicatessen Daniel Weinberger (817) 416-5577 601 S. Main St., #100 Grapevine TX 76051

Wells Fargo Bank - Grapevine Main Moiz Kurani (817) 481-2531 1400 S. Main St. Grapevine TX 76051

Jim Lucas (817) 488-7567 700 West Wall Street Grapevine TX 76051 Yasmine Bohsali (817) 424-4333 316 S. Main St. Grapevine TX 76051

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• Copywriting • Special Events • Brochures

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February, 2013

Grapevine Chamber of Commerce

February Activities MONDAY






5 8:15 a.m. Business Over Coffee @ The Original Pancake House 5:30 p.m. Ribbon Cutting for Academia Center 4 Tutoring



12 4 p.m. Women’s Division Board Meeting @ Chamber 5:30 p.m. Mardi Gras Business After Hours Mixer @ Cowboys Golf Club




8:15 a.m. Business Over Coffee @ The Original Pancake House 11:30 a.m. Women’s Division Luncheon @ Stacy Furniture & Design





4 p.m. Board of Directors Meeting @ Chamber

5:30 p.m. Ribbon Cutting for Simple Moments Photography




Leadership Grapevine Legislative Day in Austin 8:15 a.m. New Member Breakfast @ The Back Porch Grill & Tavern


9 a.m. Senior Services Alliance @ Chamber

11:30 a.m. Membership Luncheon @ Grapevine Convention Center Program: GCISD Superintendent Dr. Robin Ryan: Our Children, Our Schools, Our Future Sponsor: LegacyTexas Bank Caterer: Bartley’s Bar-B-Q








8:30 a.m. NET Transportation Summit @ Hurst Conference Center

9:30 a.m. DFW Connector Business Task Force @ NorthGate Constructors field office 11:30 a.m. Business Builders @ Winewood



8 a.m. Economic Development @ City Hall 11:30 a.m. Business Builders @ Winewood


8:30 a.m. Leadership Breakfast Series - Communication Success Factors @ Cowboys Golf Club

5:30 p.m. Ambassadors Meeting @ Ferrari’s Italian Villa



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