Chamber Radio for the week of Oct. 16

Published on Saturday, 14 October 2017 15:08 - Written by

On this week’s Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce internet radio business show, Henry Bell gives the details on this month’s 16th Annual Senior Health & Living Expo at the Harvey Convention Center. You can listen online at TylerChamberRadio.com.

A new way to dine in Tyler with just the touch of your finger on an app on your smartphone. It is called WAITR. Grant Fenske, who is the business development manager, said, “You can order a meal from 50 local restaurants right now, with more signing on every day, and have it delivered to your office or home, and even pay for the meal, delivery charge, and tip right on the app. It’s so easy and convenient.” The app has photos of restaurant menus. Fenske says, “You just click on the picture and make your order.” Fenske explained that by the end of the year, WAITR will have 100 local restaurants on its app along with 160 drivers delivering the meals. You can download the WAITR app free from your app store. You can find out more online at WAITRapp.com.

DreamMaker® Bath & Kitchen of Tyler specializes in bathroom and kitchen remodeling. The franchise owner in Tyler, Roger Williams, said, “We make your kitchen or bath remodeling dreams come true. We sit down with you during an initial design consultation to identify which elements you dislike in your current space and gain a full understanding of your hopes and desires for the ultimate bathroom or kitchen renovation. We then create a rejuvenated space that fulfills your practical needs as well as your aesthetic preferences.” DreamMaker offers tub-to-shower conversions, tub replacements, walk-in tub installations, shower replacements and more. It can also update sinks, countertops, vanities, cabinets, lighting fixtures, flooring, accent tiles and any other improvements. You can schedule a free consultation and meet with the designer by calling 903-218-0442. You can learn more online at DreamMakerTyler.com.

The Tyler Morning Telegraph has a new renovated building on West Erwin that looks more like a high tech working environment that you would find in Silicon Valley. Carlina Villalpando, who is a digital strategist, said, “The newspaper has been at the same location since the 50’s and needed a modern design for a more efficient work space and a new energized environment for all the employees.” The new renovations also houses the new digital marketing team which is called the Butler Creative Group. Villalpando says, “We’re great at creating content. We’re story tellers. Now we can take specific content for our partner companies and showcase these companies on the web through social media.” The new renovations also include a video recording studio and editing facility. You can call 903-245-1729. It is located at 410 West Erwin in Tyler, near the downtown square.

The mission of the Women’s Fund of Smith County is to maximize the impact of women’s philanthropy in the greater Tyler area. Kristen Seeber, who is the president and CEO, said, “The Women’s Fund the past 10 years has raised over $1 million which has helped 24 local non-profit agencies.” This year’s Power of the Purse Luncheon is on November 14th at the Green Acres Crosswalk Center and features Brittany Merrill Underwood, who is the CEO and founder of Akola Project. Underwood has worked over the past 12 years to transform the lives of impoverished women and families through the Akola Project – a social business designed to empower women in disadvantaged communities through training, employment and holistic care. Akola’s products are sold throughout the country, with an elevated jewelry line exclusively at Neiman Marcus. You can learn more and order luncheon tickets online at WomensFundSC.org.

You can listen to all the interviews on Tyler Chamber Radio online at TylerChamberRadio.com. If you would like your company featured on Tyler Chamber Radio, you can call George Stephenson at 903-787-5880. On this week’s Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce internet radio business show, Henry Bell gives the details on this month’s 16th Annual Senior Health & Living Expo at the Harvey Convention Center. You can listen online at TylerChamberRadio.com.

A new way to dine in Tyler with just the touch of your finger on an app on your smartphone. It is called WAITR. Grant Fenske, who is the business development manager, said, “You can order a meal from 50 local restaurants right now, with more signing on every day, and have it delivered to your office or home, and even pay for the meal, delivery charge, and tip right on the app. It’s so easy and convenient.” The app has photos of restaurant menus. Fenske says, “You just click on the picture and make your order.” Fenske explained that by the end of the year, WAITR will have 100 local restaurants on its app along with 160 drivers delivering the meals. You can download the WAITR app free from your app store. You can find out more online at WAITRapp.com.

DreamMaker® Bath & Kitchen of Tyler specializes in bathroom and kitchen remodeling. The franchise owner in Tyler, Roger Williams, said, “We make your kitchen or bath remodeling dreams come true. We sit down with you during an initial design consultation to identify which elements you dislike in your current space and gain a full understanding of your hopes and desires for the ultimate bathroom or kitchen renovation. We then create a rejuvenated space that fulfills your practical needs as well as your aesthetic preferences.” DreamMaker offers tub-to-shower conversions, tub replacements, walk-in tub installations, shower replacements and more. It can also update sinks, countertops, vanities, cabinets, lighting fixtures, flooring, accent tiles and any other improvements. You can schedule a free consultation and meet with the designer by calling 903-218-0442. You can learn more online at DreamMakerTyler.com.

The Tyler Morning Telegraph has a new renovated building on West Erwin that looks more like a high tech working environment that you would find in Silicon Valley. Carlina Villalpando, who is a digital strategist, said, “The newspaper has been at the same location since the 50’s and needed a modern design for a more efficient work space and a new energized environment for all the employees.” The new renovations also houses the new digital marketing team which is called the Butler Creative Group. Villalpando says, “We’re great at creating content. We’re story tellers. Now we can take specific content for our partner companies and showcase these companies on the web through social media.” The new renovations also include a video recording studio and editing facility. You can call 903-245-1729. It is located at 410 West Erwin in Tyler, near the downtown square.

The mission of the Women’s Fund of Smith County is to maximize the impact of women’s philanthropy in the greater Tyler area. Kristen Seeber, who is the president and CEO, said, “The Women’s Fund the past 10 years has raised over $1 million which has helped 24 local non-profit agencies.” This year’s Power of the Purse Luncheon is on November 14th at the Green Acres Crosswalk Center and features Brittany Merrill Underwood, who is the CEO and founder of Akola Project. Underwood has worked over the past 12 years to transform the lives of impoverished women and families through the Akola Project – a social business designed to empower women in disadvantaged communities through training, employment and holistic care. Akola’s products are sold throughout the country, with an elevated jewelry line exclusively at Neiman Marcus. You can learn more and order luncheon tickets online at WomensFundSC.org.

You can listen to all the interviews on Tyler Chamber Radio online at TylerChamberRadio.com. If you would like your company featured on Tyler Chamber Radio, you can call George Stephenson at 903-787-5880.