Grapevine Chamber of Commerce
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Values: Excellence Innovation Integrity & Community
One Thing - Just One Thing January has passed believe it or not and we are already into February. As the second month of another crazy year, I was thinking about the fact that I had not really made a New Year’s Resolution. I think I was just so happy that the Chamber and my family made it out of 2020 – that I did not look too far ahead. And then I thought back to Julie Alexander’s email and decided to take her advice. I also figured I am not the only one who either didn’t make a resolution or have already been unsuccessful in keeping the resolutions made, that I thought I would share her article with you and encourage you to do what I did and start looking forward with focus on just one thing you plan to accomplish for yourself in 2021. Just One Thing: In what has become a classic scene from the movie City Slickers, Billy Crystal’s character, Mitch Robbins, is riding the range with a Curly Washburn, a crusty old ranch hand superbly played by Jack Palance. Their conversation turns philosophical when Curly begins to talk about “the secret of life” and tells Robbins that it’s “one thing – just one thing”. “What is the one thing?” Mitch asks. To which Curly replies, “That’s what you’ve got to figure out.”
As we begin a new year, perhaps it’s time to get a little philosophical, and while we may come to no conclusion regarding the secret of life, perhaps discovering your “one thing” could impact your life in 2021. What is your “one thing”? What’s the “one thing” that – if you did it consistently and did it well – would make a significant and positive difference in your life? Here are some thoughts about what your “one thing” might be… - Deepen your spiritual life. - Resolve a relationship conflict. - Finish something you’ve been putting off. - Improve your prospecting and sales skills. - Manage your time more effectively. - Get organized. - Get serious about your health. - Become a more valued employee. - Give your best effort in everything you do. - Devote regular, focused time to your family and friends. - Support a cause. - Pursue your passion. - Provide flawless customer service. - Be a better parent, child, spouse. - Learn a new skill. - Get out of debt. - Change your environment.
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- Take more risks. - Get involved in your community. - Stop lying to yourself. - Read 1-2 books a month. - Challenge yourself to accomplish an ambitious goal. - Volunteer. - Reinvent your career. - Improve your appearance. - Change your attitude. There are as many “one things” as there are individuals. And the secret to being successful this year may be figuring out your “one thing” and then doing something about it – whether it means establishing a positive habit or eliminating a negative one. This year, instead of making a long list of resolutions, why not try focusing on “one thing” – “just one thing” that could make a big difference. Find your “one thing”, do it consistently and well, and 2021 will exceed your expectations.
Published by Julie Alexander, CSP Great Teams Great Results
RaDonna Hessel, CEO Grapevine Chamber
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Chair Phil Cunningham What a Shine! Enterprises Chair - Elect Trudy Cresswell Grapevine Mills, A Simon Company Immediate Past Chair LeAnn Brown Silver Oak Commercial Realty Treasurer Klint Guerry Sewell BMW of Grapevine Vice Chair Business Partnerships Kosse Maykus Maykus Custom Homes RaDonna Hessel Grapevine Chamber CEO
Board of Directors Darla Denton Devin Designs Florist Vicki Dale NerdsToGo Thomas Egan Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center
Welcome New Members Artisan Kitchen & Bath, LLC Kurt Gonzales (469) 389-2728 1904 Casa Loma Ct. Grapevine, TX 76051 Beth Van Duyne for Congress Cody Vaden (903) 271-8317 3100 Olympus Blvd. Unit 440 Dallas, TX 75019 Dash the Town | Powered by JPAR Brittani Miller (469) 793-2311 1306 Lakeside Dr. Southlake, TX 76092
Ana Erwin Community Impact Newspaper Dana Gibson Holiday Inn Express
Daylight Golf Jeff Dill (214) 435-7720 2505 E. Grapevine Mills Cir. Grapevine, TX 76051
Reinhardt State Farm Matthew Otto (817) 999-4116 1100 S. Main St., Ste 102 Grapevine, TX 76051
Grapevine Dental Kyle Sanders (817) 481-1813 1015 W. Wall St Grapevine, TX 76051
Starside Security & Investigations Scott Nichol (817) 913-5309 9800 Hillwood, Ste 140 Fort Worth, TX 76117
Lonestar Adventure Sports Roseline Demopoulos (214) 724-8311 3600 Pilot Point Rd. Grapevine, TX 76051
The Nutrition Fix Kim Ashmore (682) 326-9710 220 Main St. Grapevine, TX 76051 Trusted Results Realty Maria Day (214) 471-2514 1929 N. Port Ct Grapevine, TX 76051
Kelly Schwartz Legoland / Sea Life Rick Stacy Stacy Furniture & Design Joseph Stanyer Texas Gun Experience Mike Ward Classic Chevrolet Sue Wykes Coldwell Banker Residential
Ex-Officio Amanda Calongne State Representative Giovanni Capriglione Chief of Staff Paul W. McCallum Grapevine CVB Executive Director Sharon McCloskey DFW International Airport, VP Customer Experience Bruno Rumbelow City of Grapevine City Manager Dr. Robin Ryan GCISD Superintendent Chris York Baylor Medical Center – Grapevine President
We still have calendars to sell! If you Buy your calendar online here: have not purchased your calendar yet, you can purchase one or more from a Board member, at the Chamber office, or online. You will not be able to “pick” specific numbers, but you can pick a calendar that may already be a winner!
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Congratulations to our Community Award Winners:
D.E. Box Citizen of the Year:
Don Ramey Community Spirit:
Member of the Year:
Womenâ€™s Division Woman of the Year:
Business Hall of Fame:
Ambassador of the Year Award:
Ted Willlhoite Legacy Award:
Rising Star Award:
Wanda and Gary Blagg
Baylor Medical Center
Klint Guerry, Sewell BMW
Kindal Wright Kreamer
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February 18th Grapevine Chamber of Commerce Membership Luncheon 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Grapevine Convention Center 1209 S. Main St. Grapevine Thank you to our Sponsor:
Bank of the West City of Grapevine Classic Chevrolet / The Thompson Group Kubota Paycom
Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine Frost Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center Sewell Cadillac & Sewell BMW of Grapevine
Help us welcome Mr. Rodney H. Johnson, Director of Tarrant Small Business Development Center Must register by February 16th to received early bird price of $25.00! Catering by: The
Margarita Capital of Texas ® SINCE 1985
Must Be Present to Win!
Those present at the January Membership Luncheon saw the “Must Be Present to Win” Drawing continue its climb with Tammy Shelton, Grapevine Medical Lodge, not present. The prize is now up to $1,000 for February. Each month at the Chamber’s Membership Luncheon, the drawing grows as long as the person whose name is 124 E. Worth Street called is not in attendance. To win, all you have to do is Historic Downtown Grapevine show up and hear your name be called! How easy is that? for Directions 817.481.4668 All ChamberCall members are eligible to win, thanks to the sponsorship from:
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Boeing Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages CornerStone Staffing Hilton DFW Lakes Executive Conference Center Oncor Electric Delivery Prosperity Bank
The Courtyard/TownePlace Suites by Marriott First Financial Bank, NA Independent Financial Republic Services Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southlake Texas Oncology
121 Community Church Atmos Energy Blagg Tire & Service First Bank Texas Five Star Subaru of Grapevine Foust & Son Funeral Home Grapevine Mills Grubbs Infiniti Lucas Family Funeral Homes Marinas of Lake Grapevine REXEL USA Stacy Furniture & Design Trinity Metro Wells Fargo Bank - Grapevine Main Wright Construction Co., Inc.
Our 2021 Community Directory & Referral Guide is now available! Stop by the Chamber Office to pick up your copy & more for your staff, friends, & customers. Directories were mailed to the Primary Contact of each of our members on Friday, January 27th. Please watch for it, or you can come by the Chamber Office to pick it up!
Download the e-version here:
Congress Reopens & Modifies PPP for Small Business: Congress made changes to the PPP loans in the end of year Pandemic Relief Package. If you received a PPP loan four major changes impact you:
If you did not receive a PPP loan under the original program, it has been reopened as of January 11, 2021 and will continue until March 31, 2021 or until the funds are exhausted. Several changes have been made: 1. Non-profits that are 501(c)(6) organizations are now eligible. 2. You may qualify even if you took the Employee Retention Tax Credit.
1. The regular business expenses paid with the PPP proceeds will be tax deductable.
3. Publicly traded companies are no longer eligible.
2. While only 40% of PPP proceeds can be used for non-payroll expenses, four new categories of non-payroll expenses qualify: operations expenses, supplier costs, worker protection expenses and covered property damage costs.
4. Group insurance premiums now count as payroll expenses for calculating the maximum amount of the loan.
3. If you received and EIDL grant, it is not longer required to be deducted from your PPP proceeds when calculating your PPP grant amount. 4. The period for which expenses count toward your loan forgiveness can be from as little as 8 weeks to as long as 24 weeks.
5. Seasonal employers have more flexibility in picking the 12-week look back period. For more information, click here to see the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Guide to Small Business COVID-19 Emergency Loans:
5. If you have used your PPP proceeds for covered expenses, you can apply for a â€œsecond drawâ€? loan. www.grapevinechamber.org F E B R UA R Y 2 0 2 1 l 5
ABOUT THE CHAMBER
AMPT - Young Professionals 1st Thursdays, 11:45 a.m. Gary & Cynthia Blankenship Business Center AMPT: Advancing Modern Professionals for Tomorrow is the Grapevine Chamber’s Young Professionals group, designed for Chamber members age 21-39 seeking to advance their careers through networking and professional development. Additional social and volunteer opportunities scheduled throughout the year.
Senior Services Alliance
2nd Wednesday, 9 a.m. Gary & Cynthia Blankenship Business Center
This annual event honors deserving businesses The Senior Services Alliance is a consortium of and individuals who have provided leadership and Chamber member businesses that provide prod- support for the Chamber, as well as the City of ucts / services for senior adults, offering them the Grapevine. ability to develop a network of service providers for their clients and joint promotional opportunities. Grapevine Chamber Golf Classic
Economic Development Partnership Meeting www.GrapevineChamber-WomensDiv.com 4th Wednesday, 8 a.m. Gary & Cynthia Blankenship Business Center This monthly meeting is a partnership between Chamber member businesses and the City of Grapevine to promote the area for new business, business expansion and retention, as well as to address concerns of local businesses. At each meeting a different guest speaker shares about an upcoming project or a topic of community interest.
3rd Thursday, 11:30 a.m. @ Grapevine Convention Center Each Membership Luncheon is designed to provide education, motivation and updates to Chamber members. Recent new members to the Chamber are introduced the first time they attend, and there is a “Must Be Present to Win” cash drawing at the end of each luncheon.
$40 Women’s Division Dues
Since 1965, the Women’s Division of the Grapevine Chamber has focused on fostering the spirit of charitable giving and economic development among the women of the Grapevine area. We aim to enable everyone to contribute to the advancement of the civic, business, and educational interests in the community. Women’s Division Programs: • School Supplies - Collection and distribution of school supplies to GCISD families in need • Christmas Spirit - Collection and distribution to senior adults and the disabled in Grapevine Women’s Division Events: • Monthly Luncheon - 2nd Tuesday, 11:45 a.m.@ Gary & Cynthia Blankenship Business Center
October With morning and afternoon tee times, the annual tournament offers a number of sponsorship opportunities for business marketing, as well as networking opportunities for your business. * Volunteer Opportunity
Grapevine Casino Night August
The Grapevine Chamber’s Past Chairmen’s Council hosts this annual fund raising event, a casual evening of casino style games, food and fun.
Leadership Grapevine August - May $600 members/$750 non-members
An innovative leadership development program • Great Taste of Grapevine (Spring) that offers citizens and community leaders the • Elves on the Run 5K & Fun Run (Winter) opportunity to learn about municipal government, * Volunteer Opportunity economic development, cultural opportunities, transportation, health and safety, and much more. Legislative Advisory Council
This Council will review legislation considered by local, state, or national governments impacting our businesses and if deemed appropriate will ask the 1st Wednesday, Quarterly, 8 a.m. Each New Member Breakfast offers new members Board to be involved through resolutions, letters of the Chamber the opportunity to receive or action. an overview of the mission and goals of the organization from current members, while also providing a time for one-on-one networking with fellow new members. By Invitation Only
New Member Breakfast
Community Awards Banquet January
Grapevine United Charities Grapevine United Charities is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with the purpose of raising funds to the benefit of assisting with charitable, educational and other activities in our community. Current programs benefiting from this organization include Leadership Grapevine Alumni Association & KL Scholarship Fund for adult women. Learn more at
Business After Hours Mixers The Network Various dates Monthly, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. 2nd Monday, 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. These networking events serve to introduce Bob’s Steak & Chop House an opportunity to build a network of local Learn the best practices of how to networking. contacts. Business Over Coffee 1st & 3rd Tuesday, 8 a.m. Gary & Cynthia Blankenship Business Center This morning networking group has a time for spotlight speakers, as well as one-on-one networking.
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Business Builders 4th Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. Esparza’s Restaurante Mexicano This lunch networking group has a time for spotlight speakers, as well as one-on-one networking.
WATCH OUT & BE PREPARED: Since January 1, 2020, there have been 72 Catalytic Converters stolen which is a dramatic increase from the 9 reported stolen in all of 2019.
Common Places where Catalytic Converter theft Occurs?
WHY WOULD SOMEONE STEAL YOUR CATALYTIC CONVERTER?
· Your Home Driveway or Street · Parking Lots · Auto Dealer Lots · Semi-Truck Auto Transport Trailer
Catalytic Converters, along with copper and other metals, have become a hot commodity for thieves. Catalytic Converter theft has become popular because of their value, relative ease to steal (unbolt or cut out), and their lack of identifying markings. A Catalytic Converter is a part of the vehicles exhaust system. It helps reduce vehicle pollution. Catalytic Converters are located under a vehicle on the exhaust pipe before the muffler(s). Thieves take stolen Catalytic Converters to metal recyclers. The recyclers pay an average of $50 per converter for the precious metals inside them. But certain converters they will pay up to $250. Victims pay an average of $1,000 (or an average $250/$500 insurance deductible) to get the converter(s) replaced. It can cost as much as $4,000 however. What Vehicles are targeted by Catalytic Converter Thieves? Any vehicle manufactured after 1974 can be a target. However, Trucks and SUVs (Sports Utility Vehicles) are the vehicles they target the most. Thieves prefer Trucks and SUV’s, because they are higher off the ground and easier to crawl under. Toyota Trucks and SUVs in the ‘90s to the late 2000s are especially vulnerable because the Catalytic Converters are more exposed than the average converter. The thieves can quickly unbolt/cut out the converter in minutes. Some of the larger Toyota Trucks and SUV’s have two Catalytic Converters as well. If your Catalytic Converter has been replaced with an aftermarket Catalytic Converter within the past few years, there is a good chance it won’t be stolen. The new aftermarket Catalytic Converters don’t have as much of the precious metals, so thieves typically don’t take them.
Preventive tips on how to help prevent your Catalytic Converter from getting stolen: The No. 1 way to protect your vehicles Catalytic Converter is to park your vehicle(s) inside a garage. If you must park your vehicle in the driveway, motion detector lights or continuous lights illuminating your driveway may be a deterrent. Educate your friends and neighbors about Catalytic Converter theft so they may serve as a look-out too. Muffler shops are offer creative ways to protect your Catalytic Converter by welding a protective covering to make it difficult for it to be removed. The cost is often less than your insurance deductible and definitely less than the full replacement cost (if you don’t have comprehensive insurance). What if your Catalytic Converter is stolen? If your Catalytic Converter is stolen, you will know right away when you start your vehicle as it will sound like you don’t have a muffler at all (like loud motorcycle mufflers). It is permissible to drive your vehicle directly to a muffler/dealer shop to get the Catalytic Converter replaced. You do not need your vehicle towed to the shop. Scan here, to view more: Respectfully,
Jason Keller Sergeant Community Relations Grapevine, Texas 76051 817.410.3206 (Office) firstname.lastname@example.org
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TARRANT COUNTY DAYS HAS GONE VIRTUAL: February 23rd & 24th 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
The Coalition of Tarrant County Chambers of Commerce and the Grapevine Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to Tarrant County Days - Virtual! Tarrant County Days provides an opportunity for local business and community leaders to hear directly from Texas Senators and State Representatives on business and community issues that matter at the local and state level. While we canâ€™t take a trip to Austin this year, we will convene online to connect and receive an update on the 87th Texas Legislature. Reserve your seat today:
Congress Expands Employee Retention Tax Credit:
representatives that have experienced at least a 25% drop in revenue.
The year end pandemic relief bill expanded the employee retention tax credit beginning January 1, 2021. The prior credit was limited to $5000 per employee. The expanded credit can apply to up to $14000 per employee.
SBA Loan Debt Forgiveness: The new law resumes the government payment of monthly principal and interest on small business loans guaranteed by the SBA under the 7(a), 504, and Microloan programs. Borrowers with loans approved by the SBA prior to the CARES Act will receive an additional three months of payments beginning in February of 2021. Those payments will be capped at $9,000 per borrower per month.
Under the previous rules an employer had to demonstrate a decline in gross receipts of 50% in a quarter. The new requirement is more than 20% in a quarter. The limit on the number of employees a company can have and still qualify has bee raised from a maximum of 100 to a maximum of 500. Employer can now receive both a PPP and an Employee Retention Tax Credit, just not to cover the same expenses. EIDL Grants: The new law reopens the $10,000 EIDL Grant program. Priority for the full amount of the EIDL grant will be given to small businesses with no more than 300 employees, located in lowincome neighborhoods, who have experienced a 30% reduction in gross receipts during any 8-week period between March 2, and December 31, 2020 compared to a comparable 8-week period before March 2. If you meet this description and received a grant that is less than $10,000 you can reapply to receive the difference. Grants for Shuttered Venue Operators: The law creates a new $15 billion grant program for eligible live venue operators or promoters, theatrical producers, live performing arts organization operators, museum operators, motion picture theatre operators, or talent 8 l F E B R UA R Y 2 021 www.grapevinechamber.org
Grants are equal to the lesser of $10 million or 45% of gross earned revenue in 2019. Grants must be used for specified expenses such as payroll costs, rent, utilities, and personal protective equipment. If you receive a grant you may not apply for a new PPP loan.
After that, certain borrower will receive an additional five months of payments, including: borrowers with SBA microloans or 7(a) Community Advantage loans or borrowers with any 7(a) or 504 loan in hard hit sectors: educational services; arts, entertainment and recreation; food service and accommodation; support activities for mining, and oil and gas extraction; apparel manufacturing; clothing and clothing accessories stores; sporting goods, hobby, book and music stores; air transportation; transit and ground passenger transportation; scenic and sightseeing transportation; publishing industries; motion picture and sound recording; broadcasting; rental and leasing services; and personal and laundry services. New SBA loans made or approved between December 22, 2020 and September 30, 2021 will receive six months of government payment of principal and interest, also capped at $9,000 per month. For more information see the U.S. Chamber Guide to Small Business COVID-19 Emergency Loans.
Ambassador of the Month: February Happenings
I am the Business Development manager for Servpro Grapevine/NE Tarrant County, HEB and West Fort Worth. I have been with Servpro for over 4 years, but started in the restoration industry in college. I’ve been a member of the Grapevine Chamber for 5 years, Ive been a Team leader of the Ambassadors Program, and a graduate of multiple Chamber Leadership Programs. Im from Portland Oregon, lived on Oregon Coast, and Graduated from University of Oregon in 1999 with double major in International Political Science and International Marketing. Married for 17 years to Angela, Daughter; Evey (13), Son; Kellen (11). My hobbies are anything outdoors, coaching football, and working on air cooled Volkswagens. I am the President of the Southlake Lions Club, a member of Grapevine Rotary, and the past Chair of the NE Tarrant Walk to End Alzheimers. Volunteering in our community is very important to me. I worked for a Heavy Equipment Company after college, started a division that dealt in Surveillance. Eventually worked with the Military and FEMA. In 2008 I started my Restoration/Carpet Cleaning/Handy Man Company, and came to work for Servpro in 2016. Kylan Hoss Servpro Grapevine/ NE Tarrant County 24/7 Office: 817-595-2506 Grapevine Chamber Member since 2013
This is the time of year we are normally gearing up for the Great Taste of Grapevine. This is one of our two main fundraisers of the year, and such a fun event! We do not have a date for the event yet, and it won’t be March or April as normal, but we are still working toward holding the event a little later in the year. Stay tuned for more information as we are able to make it available so you can save the date! 2020 handed us a year when the Great Taste, as well as our other main fundraiser – Elves on the Run 5K and Fun Run – could not be held. As a philanthropic organization which relies on fundraising to fulfill our mission of giving back to the community, you can imagine The Women’s Division had a dilemma: How do we still support GCISD school children and Grapevine seniors when we were not able to raise funds for these causes? Through the donations of many people and organizations, we were able to continue to do the work so important to us at almost the same level as we have in the past, THANK YOU: Classic Chevrolet - The Thompson Group Frost Bank Bank of the West Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau GRACE Kim & Jose Deras Janice & John Kane Duff & Patrick O’Dell Helen Jean Lucas Reed Paula Wilbanks Additional thanks to those who made donations to support our 2020 charitable efforts: C. W. Higgins Mindy McClure Balla Wright Clydene Johnson Morgan Nichols Susie Howell Jocelyn Hope State Farm
And our heartfelt thanks to many, many others, too many to list, who supported all of our efforts throughout the year to make sure we fulfilled our service goals! Please join us at our next Luncheon on Tuesday, February 9th, at the Blankenship Business Center at 11:45 a.m.. Register in advance on the Chamber website or contact Susie Howell for more information at Susie.howell@ frostbank.com. *Social distancing & Mask policy in place.
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THANK YOU To Our Renewing Members ABGI/ Advanced Business Graphics, Inc Kris Sorokwasz (972) 471-3740 Adams, Lynch & Loftin, P.C. Cory Hartsfield (817) 552-7742 Altitude Trampoline Park of Grapevine Jim Kamp (972) 691-5867 Anderson Legal Group, P.C. Paul Daly (817) 424-3405 Andrea M. Still, CPA, PC (817) 421-8800 Arden Place of Grapevine Vicki Martin (817) 488-8585 ARI Automotive Resources International Kirk Mahaffy (817) 251-4479 Baylor Scott & White Medical Center Grapevine Chris York (817) 481-1588
Chick-Fil-A Grapevine Jarvis Boyd (817) 488-4147 Chili’s Grill & Bar Sarah Junco (817) 329-1030 Christopher J. Everett, P.C./Alamo Title (817) 676-3697 CNN Mortgage Kelli Gossett (817) 601-5900 Cotton Patch Cafe Downtown Heather Adams (817) 865-6524 Debbie Gill/ Keller Williams DFW Preferred (972) 877-6147 DJS International Services, Inc. Paul Sekin (972) 929-8433 Dove Creek Villas Crissy Bryant (817) 481-9648 Dove Park Apartments Amy Adams (817) 481-9582
Dry Clean Super Center of Grapevine Al Noor (817) 416-0622 Equitable Advisors Greg Krewson (972) 455-9063 Express Employment Professionals Rakesh Malhotra (817) 354-9675 Firehouse Movers, Inc. Kyle James (214) 498-6310 Flynn & Francis, LLP Leslie Johnson (817) 329-3000 FSS Group Wes Warren (817) 251-1777 Grapevine’s Market on Main David Wood (682) 999-1016 Haltom’s Fine Jewelers Arna Posey (817) 488-5527 Heartis Mid- Cities Patti Patterson (817) 571-0000
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Heritage Financial Planning Steve Blankenship, CFP (817) 410-2500 Hilton Hotel Southlake Town Square Mike Hutchison (817) 442-9900 Hooters Grapevine Todd Buchanan (817) 410-9464 House of Shine, Inc. Colleen Monroe (817) 995-0633 InterBank Brenda Stuckert (817) 809-6480 Jon Michael Franks, PC (817) 329-5573 KILWINS / PBJ Sweets, LLC Pam Beezley (817) 527-7676 Los Amigos Arturo Gutierrez (817) 488-1441
Main Event Entertainment Nick Smith (817) 416-1111 Metroport Meals On Wheels Mary King (817) 491-1141 Milbern Ray & Company LLP Cris Ray (817) 552-7661 Miracle Steam Carpet Cleaning & Restoration, LLC Charles Green (469) 305-1799 MOL Logistics (USA) Inc. Yoshitaka Takahashi (817) 481-9591 On-Site PC Services Kelly Davis (817) 306-6106 ext 304 ooh la la! Sylvia Helton (817) 329-8686 Restoration Roofing Jonathan Gaspard (214) 295-6213
RE/MAX Trinity Cyndi Powell Broker-Assoc., CRS, ABR, CNE, SRES (817) 300-3344 Texas Farm Bureau Insurance Marcia Allen (817) 329-2120 The Frank Law Firm, PLLC Attorney Wayne Paul Frank (817) 949-2161 Uniquely Made Health and Life Coaching Kim Jamieson 817-995-6435 What a Shine! Enterprises Phillip Cunningham (817) 757-6419 Willhoite’s Restaurant Linda McNeill (817) 481-7511 Wm. Deacon Co., Inc. Bill Deacon (817) 481-1895
Grapevine Chamber of Commerce
February Events MONDAY
Business Over Coffee 8:00 am Blankenship Business Center 8
The Network 4:00 pm Bob’s Steak & Chop House
Women’s Division Luncheon 11:45 am Blankenship Business Center
Business Over Coffee 8:00 am Blankenship Business Center
Senior Service Alliance 9:00 am Blankenship Business Center
AMPT Luncheon 11:45 am Blankenship Business Center *open to ages 21 - 39
Ambassador Meeting 5:30 pm Blankenship Business Center
Membership Luncheon 11:30 am Grapevine Convention Center
Economic Development Partnership Meeting 8 am Blankenship Business Center _______________ Business Builders Lunch 11:30 am Esparza’s
AMPT Happy Hour 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Chill *open to ages 21 - 39
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