Friday, January 25, 2013
A ribbon-cutting ceremony and networking mixer for the new Miss Tresses Urban Hair Studio in Upper Nazareth Township will be held Wednesday, Jan. 30.
Friday, January 25
The Nazareth Area Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon-cutting mixer on Wednesday, Jan. 30 for the new Miss Tresses Urban Hair Studio at 299 Industrial Park Road, Suite 5, in Upper Nazareth Township. A networking mixer will be held from 5-7 p.m. for chamber members and guests, and the ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 5:30 p.m. Owner Tina Wenglasz, who is also known as “Tina the hairdresser,” has been a state-licensed cosmetologist and proprietor since 1975. Her previous business was Academy Award Company in Nazareth Borough. Wenglasz moved into her new digs in 2012. The design of the studio was conceived after years of working in inadequate conditions for stylists and patrons, and now features European wash sinks and beautiful …
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
The Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce will show off its new Nazareth digs during a grand opening celebration on Monday, Oct. 22.
About one month after the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce firmly planted its feet on Nazareth's Main Street, it's ready to show off the new digs. The Chamber will hold a grand opening celebration at its newly-renovated Nazareth office at 18 S. Main St. -- at the corner of S. Main Street where Ollie’s Travel Desk was once located -- on Monday, Oct. 22. The Agenda: Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the Chamber's Board of Directors, enjoy light hors d’oeuvres and beverages, listen to the musical stylings of the Pennsylvania Jazz Collective, and tour the new office. To register, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (610) 739-1642. The event is free. The chamber announced in April its intentions to open a …
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
The new Panera Bread in Lower Nazareth Township was welcomed to the neighborhood during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday morning.
After giving the giant scissors a few practice snips, Jim Merbler, general manager of the new Panera Bread in Lower Nazareth Township, cut the ceremonial blue ribbon, marking the grand opening of the restaurant. Prior to the ribbon-cutting ceremony, the new Panera, which opened on April 9 in the Northampton Crossings shopping center, was welcomed to the neighborhood by a slew of local officials, including State Rep. Joe Emrick and representatives from the offices of State Rep. Marcia Hahn and U.S. Rep. Charlie Dent. Dan Chiavaroli, president of Nazareth Borough Council, was also on hand to greet Merbler and Panera Bread. Chiavaroli told Merbler that he first heard of the restaurant's impending arrival through his daughter, who was excited…
Friday, April 13, 2012
A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 9 a.m. Wednesday, April 18 to welcome the new Panera Bread to the neighborhood.
Panera Bread in Lower Nazareth Township is open for business. The restaurant held a "silent opening" on Monday, April 9, according to Jim Merbler, general manager of the new Panera. The quiet introduction has allowed new employees to learn the ropes without feeling overwhelmed, Merbler said, adding that initial feedback from customers has been "really good." "The neighbors have also been really good," Merbler said. Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar even sent over a platter of wings as a welcoming gift. The Nazareth Area Chamber of Commerce will help welcome Panera Bread to the neighborhood by holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 9 a.m. Wednesday, April 18. The general public is invited to attend and enjoy complimentary coffee and pastries. …
Friday, January 27, 2012
Jellybean Town, USA, the newest addition to downtown Nazareth, will officially open for business on Saturday, Jan. 28.
The Nazareth Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed Jellybean Town, USA to downtown historic Nazareth in a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday night. In attendance were members of the chamber’s board of directors, area business owners, State Rep. Joe Emrick and, of course, the dancin’ Jellybean mascot. Tara Carson, owner of Jellybean Town, cut the ceremonial blue ribbon after some kind words from fellow chamber members. “We certainly look forward to you prospering in town here,” said Daniel Thierry, first vice chairman of the chamber, just before handing the giant golden scissors to Carson. “Thank you for coming to our downtown, and thank you for improving our downtown,” added Dan Chiavaroli, president of Nazareth Borough Council. For …