Wednesday, June 20, 2018
 
 
Parisian-Style Cafe Opens Downtown
Parisian-Style Cafe Opens Downtown
 
Nike Store Opening Downtown
KXLY4's Jack Ferris is live in Downtown Spokane ahead of Thursday's ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Nike Outlet store.
 
Success Connection
Ernie Post is joined by John Merlino Jr. to talk about Kutztown University being designated as lead office for the PASBDC network.
 
Parson Visits St.Joe
Parson Visits St.Joe
 
Local business featured in Gordon Ramsey show
A new show is coming to Fox starting tomorrow and a local business will be featured in the first season. Associated Food Equipment of Gulfport will appear in an episode of the first season of ‘24 Hours to Hell and Back.’ The show will feature Gordon Ramsey and his culinary team as they help rebuild, remake, and rebrand restaurants in 24 hours. The Associated Food Equipment was contracted by the show to help with the rebuilding of Shermann’s in Greenville. News 25 spoke to Otto Abad with Associated Food Equipment and Supplies who tells us about why they decided to participate in the show. “It seemed like a great opportunity for us to help a small business locally-owned. We talk to customers a lot about value of doing business with locally owned small businesses. This was an opportunity for us to not only practice what we preach, but to also get some great exposure for our own company. We were really excited to help Shermann’s get a great renovation and I think it’s been a real success story.” Abad says the whole crew who went to Greenville to help with the kitchen install for the show were all from Gulfport.
 
For The Record: SVA Women In Business Breakfast
Inspiring, Motivated and Unique. Neil Heinen talks with successful “women in business” leaders from SVA on the upcoming breakfast event meant to inspire their peers.
 
Your Chamber: Leading Businesses, Leading Communities
Sarah Hunter-Lascokie is joined by Mark Dolinski to recap the chamber's annual dinner.
 
Editorial: Partnering with SVA to celebrate women in business
Women face many challenges in their business careers and once again this year WISC TV and Madison Magazine are partnering with SVA to celebrate women in business and encourage local connections and growth opportunities at the Women in Business Initiative breakfast.
 
Small business workshop
Utica Municipal Housing Authority hosts small business workshop
 
Pellet gun shots cause damage to Eugene businesses
Eugene Carbide Saw & Machine now has to replace four windows that were damaged
 



Mayor Berke signs minority business initiative
Mayor Berke signs an executive order encouraging participation of minority and women-owned businesses in grants and contracts.
 
Realizing the American Dream
Randy Fromm talk about whether or not paying off your mortgage is the best option.
 
Coeur d'Alene Resort Renovations
KXLY4's Caroline Flynn reports on the renovations at Coeur d'Alene Resort.
 
Made in Utica Passport release party
Made in Utica Passport release party
 
Shooting at McWhorter's Cabinet Shop
The Alabama State bureau of investigation is taking over after a women was shot at a Lawrence County business owned by a former employee of the sheriff's office.
 
Berks Perspectives
The panel talks about the low Berks County voter turnout (18%) in the primary election; women in PA politics; the 18th Wonder proposal in the 18th Ward of Reading; Mayor Wally Scott and alley repairs in Reading; North Korea/USA meeting in jeopardy; the US Supreme Court ruling that betting in sports is legal; Jerusalem the new capitol of Israel; the volcano in Hawaii; and more. With Charles Gallagher, Ruth Martelli, Fred Levering, Fred Opalinski.
 
Rink Closed Due to Weather Damage
Rink closed due to weather
 
Small business mixer held at Le Chateau
Small business owners and future entrepreneurs are learning about financial resources available to them.
 
TVA rate protest
The Small Business Alliance protests TVA board meeting, saying the agency gives big business power breaks at the cost of smaller businesses.
 
Organizations Collaborate to Help Disabled Veteran Entrepreneurs
Trainers will be available to help veterans and answer their questions about loans, business plans and marketing their products.
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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