Red Wing Shoes, located just in front of Meijer on Highway 54, opened its doors in January of 2017.
A small, but growing, grassroots coalition of business leaders has started pushing for the community to become more inclusive with more diversity.
Last week, I had a full-circle moment and experience that I felt deeply fortunate to have.
In December, the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce rescheduled its annual Chamber Celebration from Jan. 29 to May 15, hoping the coronavirus pandemic would be over by then. But with the county still averaging more than a dozen cases a day, chamber officials have decided to pull the plug on this year’s awards show. Candance…
Anyone searching for the latest toys with high quality and playability have to look no further than Santa’s Toys, located just off KY 54.
May is National Small Business Month.
Eight small business owners told the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce’s virtual Rooster Booster Breakfast on Thursday how they were able to make lemonade out of the lemons the coronavirus pandemic handed them 14 months.
The Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce will host a webinar Thursday to discuss how to apply to the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, which provides emergency funding assistance to help small businesses deal with revenue loss from the pandemic.
Thursday’s virtual Rooster Booster event set for 7:30 a.m. will feature a panel of local small business leaders and owners who have adapted their businesses to better serve the community despite the challenges of the past year.
Matt Valego moved to Owensboro with his wife Michelle 12 years ago.