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Corpus Christi Business News January issue

The January 2018 issue of Corpus Christi Business News can be found on newsstands around town and in the mailboxes of 10,000 local businesses.

Start the new year with a good read. The January issue of Corpus Christi Business News is either in your mail box or in a rack at a business near you. Either way, it’s free and full of the latest economic news, business profiles and exciting events.

This month’s front page features stories about financial troubles at Schlitterbahn water park and Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-Corpus Christi), who announced he would not be seeking re-election to his fifth term due to sexual harassment charges. On a more positive note, you’ll learn about the good work done by the Corpus Christi Police Foundation and the newly expanded Wildlife Rescue and Recovery Center, which recently rescued 100 green sea turtles after a rare snow.

Businesses profiled include:

Attorney William Thau, a former JAG who specializes in family law;

Bay Auto Service, which recently moved into newer, bigger digs to make room for its growing business;

Camacho Recycling, a family-owned and -operated business working to keep Corpus Christi and the Coastal Bend clean and green;

• and Seaside Funeral Home, a business that believes in honoring life and giving back to the community.

News stories include:

IceRays coming home for the second half of the season after suffering through the National Hockey League’s longest stretch of away games;

• The Sharks, a new professional soccer team, announces tryouts in Corpus Christi;

StoryCorps adds local memories to U.S. history;

John LaRue steps down as CEO and executive director of the Port of Christi while a new leader steps in;

Rockport Center for the Arts opens in a new space with a new show after its building was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey;

Largest study of red snapper to be led by Texas A&M University Corpus Christi;

Shoreline Boulevard reopened for the holidays for a traffic study;

• and why businesses advertise in Corpus Christi Business News.

You’ll find a lot more to explore along with news of upcoming events and information on how to best use our online interactive calendar at

A product of Texas Publishing, Corpus Christi Business News is mailed free to 10,000 businesses in the city. Another 2,000 are distributed via racks throughout the city, also free of charge. Texas Publishing also produces Corpus Christi Living direct marketing magazine, Corpus Christi Area-wide Telephone and Internet Directory, Home Improvement Guide, Legal Guide, Auto Guide and more, all with a robust, interactive online presence at

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