The Nielson family is closing the doors to Don’s Carpetland Inc., due to health issues and economic reasons. Don’s Carpetland, located at 6507 S. Greenville Road, opened its doors 63 years ago with Don and Barb Wilstead. The business went through a could different owners before the Bev and Lou Nielson took over about 35 years ago.
Big Boy may still be a little on the chubby side, but in Greenville, at least, the burger-toting trademark of this venerable restaurant recently underwent a major makeover. The Greenville Big Boy, located at 1500 W. Washington St., is one of a handful of franchises in the nationwide chain to receive major renovations.
According to Big Boy assistant manager Briana Foley, the restaurant took part in a contest to be among a select group to undergo the renovations.
Glen Strouse thought he was going to Larry’s Northtown Furniture and Appliance Friday morning to help his mom, Fran, pick out a new chair. Instead, he stood speechless when told that his 10-year-old daughter, Faith, had entered The Daily News/Larry’s Northtown “Glad You’re My Dad!” contest and won a new chair for him. Just in time for Father’s Day.
The Greenville Area Chamber celebrated the official grand opening of Astera Credit Union with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, May 15. Located at 10772 W. Carson City Road (inside WalMart) in Greenville, Astera Credit Union provides a brighter solution for all your financial challenges. Call today to ask about membership (616) 225-0151.
A match made in heaven? The Chamber and Montcalm Community College (MCC) are joining forces to deliver pertinent training to businesses. The recommended standard for investing in staff training is 2 percent of your operating expenses budget. That doesn’t sound like much for a well-trained staff.
Kent Foundry of Greenville will be featured on Thursday in a documentary the Discovery Channel has produced regarding cannon replicas. Kent Foundry, a leading manufacturer of gray and ductile iron castings, has been included a documentary that will air on the Science Channel, which is owned by the Discovery Channel.
The Detroit News recently published a story about Greenville that was negative and misleading. Oddly, the newspaper used the word “blight” to describe Greenville. The Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce has decided to turn those lemons into lemonade.
By Candy Kerschen Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce co-director GREENVILLE — The Chamber often sponsors educational seminars about “branding” and “consistency in marketing” for our members so we believe it’s time we practiced what we preach. In order to keep our image current, we are rolling out a new logo. It is a big bonus [...]
Link Wireless store opens in Greenville GREENVILLE — Amy Swindell and Karen Cook’s new business, Link Wireless LCC, offers Boost and Virgin Mobile users more options for calling plans and branded-select items locally. The business opened Feb. 23 in the Marketplace Shoppe at 702 Greenville West. It is the second store Swindell and Cook have [...]