- Medical Society reinstated in Parker County
Marketing via mobile phones
The all-too familiar sound of a phone receiving a text message has become a commodity in today's society. Individuals of all ages, from children to senior citizens, are capable of achieving anything from surfing the Internet to posting a Facebook status update just through the use of a mobile phone.
Even advertisers are wising up to the trend in today's market and creating mobile campaigns to reach their customers via text messages. The movement is so vast and over-utilized that an organization was created for individuals specializing in mobile marketing.
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Looking for daily deals around town? Well, thanks to Britton Schweitzer, Weatherford residents don't have too look far.
Schweitzer, owner of Weatherford Downtown Cafe, recently created a Facebook page that business owners and customers alike can put to use.
The page, titled Weatherford Texas Business Deals!, allows members of any local business to post daily, weekly and monthly specials with no charge. And customers only need to see the deal to take advantage of them.
Business women’s group to hold awards luncheon
Texas Business Women of Parker County will host its annual awards and scholarship dinner at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 19, at the Doss Student Center, Weatherford College, 225 College Park.
- Garden honors Springtown chamber great
Lone Star Ag Credit announces new chief credit officer
Lone Star, ACA (Lone Star Ag Credit), the premier agricultural lender in North Texas, would like to announce the new appointment of Troy Bussmeir as chief credit officer for the association.
The Bank of Weatherford announces ownership change back to Knights
J. Mark Riebe, chairman of the board, announced The Bank of Weatherford has entered into an agreement whereby Texas Banc Financial Corp, a bank holding company led by the Bill Knight family, will acquire 100 percent of the outstanding common stock of The Bank of Weatherford.
Designs-N-Time is a cottage industry success
What do yard signs, ball caps, t-shirts, beach towels, bibs, coffee mugs, coolers, clocks, stadium seats, wanted posters, sweaters, fanny packs, banners, megaphones, duffel bags and ceramic tile all have in common? All are products Designs-N-Time owners Anne and John Hollis once either produced or personalized from their home-based business. Now, they’ve just moved the business to a retail location at 1704 Santa Fe Drive, making theirs a cottage industry success story.
Local TPW hosts April event
Texas Business Women’s annual event ‘Power of the Positive Woman’ is the organization’s first major event since the group’s name change last summer.
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