You can bet on Corpus Christi Business News
This month’s issue of Corpus Christi Business News is a sure bet, with a story about the legal hand poker clubs are being dealt in the Coastal Bend. You’ll also find a report on the second largest Native American burial ground in the state, which lies under Pat and Hans Sutter Park and Ennis-Joslin Drive. Find out why a group of locals hold a funeral possession to the site every year.
Also, on the front page, you’ll find stories about:
• the convention and visitors bureau’s new Destination Corpus Christi ad campaign;
• the progress Port Aransas has made in its struggle to recover from Hurricane Harvey;
• how Workforce Solutions works to match employees to employers and the state of employment in the Coastal Bend.
Business Spotlight features this week include:
• CCAC Air Conditioning, where freon runs in the family;
• Allen’s Auto Upholstery, home of Santa’s off-season workshop;
• Premier Bin Cleaning, a new business that keeps trash bins clean and germ free;
• Sola-Lite LLC, a pocket-book friendly way to bring natural light into the darkest corners of your home.
Celebrate the 5th anniversary of Corpus Christi Business News by reading the page 2 story about what makes the city’s only business news centered publication — and its advertisers — successful.
In other news, we have stories about:
• the American Heart Association’s battle against heart disease;
• the new coach and promotion for the Corpus Christi Hooks;
• the new head of the USS Lexington;
• the new limits on bags movie goers can bring into Cinemark theaters;
• Gov. Abbot’s $1 billion trip to Rockport;
• how the port dredging project finally made it into the President’s budget.
The Volunteer feature for the month is all about the Council of Alcohol and Drug Abuse of the Coastal Bend, a long-time organization that fights the disease of addiction on several fronts.
Other stories not posted online are tucked into the pages with all the advertisers who have discovered the power of Corpus Christi Business News, a business-to-business advertising opportunity not available anywhere else in the city.
Corpus Christi Business News is mailed free to 10,000 of the city’s small business owners. Another 2,000 are distributed free in news racks around town. It is produced by Texas Publishing, a locally owned business that has served the Coastal Bend for 19 years with the Corpus Christi Area-Wide Telephone and Internet Directory. It also publishes 101CorpusChristi.com, Corpus Christi Living and subject specific guides, including the Legal Guide, Wedding Guide and Home Improvement Guide.
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