Mission Statement: Cultivating business alliances in the Tri-County region. (Bexar, Comal and Guadalupe Counties)
Member, San Antonio Alliance of Chambers Member of the Texas Chamber of Commerce Executives OBJECTIVES: Be an advocate and resource to our members, providing opportunities to: - Publicize their business - Develop important business connections - Enhance their professional and business skills - Learn about local, state and national issues that may impact their business Build strong partnerships among the Texas Tri-County Areas of: Bexar, Comal, and Guadalupe
We go live at 2 for our member spotlight!!
If you missed our Zoom medical update last week, we had a very informative Q&A with Michael Beaver, CEO of Methodist Hospital Northeast and Dr. Daniel Kellum with Kellum Family Medicine, you can watch it on our YouTube channel:
A couple of our members are finally back open for business...let's get out and support them, safely!
Get ready ... going live in a couple minutes for our member spotlight. Today I’m with Chuck Smith at Embrace Orthodontics
Check out this lunch special from our family member Mattengas Pizzeria!
🛑 $7.99 Lunch Deals at Mattenga's Schertz 🛑
Lunch Special #1:
2 GIANT slices of Pizza + a fountain drink for $7.99
Lunch Special #2:
A GIANT slice of pizza + a side salad and a fountain Drink for ONLY $7.99!
// 11-2 PM.
// Schertz location only
// They are available for Dine in, Pick up or delivery
// You can place your order Online www.Mattengas.com or give us a call at 210-592-1138
Comment below if you have any questions.
THANK YOU so much for your ongoing support. We love to see ya'll :)
Matt and Enga
🚗 6044 FM 3009, Suite 290, Schertz TX 78154
🇺🇸 Today we remember and honor all of the brave hero’s who gave the ultimate sacrifice. God Bless the USA! 🇺🇸
Bexar County has launched the "COVID-19 Essential Items Bag" program to support small businesses. This program provides a free, one week supply of Personal Protective Equipment to businesses with less than 25 employees. For more information, please see the web site listed below.
Bexar County has launched the “COVID-19 Essential Items Bag” program to support small businesses in the transition to “moderate risk” COVID-19 protocols. The program provides a free, one-week supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) to sole proprietors and businesses with less than 25 e...
If you missed the flyover, here are a couple good shots from yesterday
Here is the flight plan for tomorrow’s USAF Thunderbirds Fly Over San Antonio beginning at 1320
We will have a medical update on today’s Zoom luncheon at 12 from Arthur Campsey III, PA, Provider Director at Kellum Family Medicine! Be sure to join us!
You won’t want to Miss tomorrow!! Thank you Cartwheel Communications for donating a $50 gift card for a door prize tomorrow!
We have the best members!! Thank you TLC Total Lawn Care for donating a $25 Amazon gift card for tomorrow's luncheon. Please call Blue Bonnet Palace before 7pm to put in your $15 ribeye plate order. Pick up will be 11a-12p in the drive thru.
Thank you Schertz Bank & Trust for donating a bottle of wine to the Zoom luncheon door prizes!! Be sure to call in to order your ribeye plate!
Thank you Benjamin Hunter with Huntermania for the door prize donation! $50 could be yours just for tuning in!!
Thank you LeapFrog Promotions for donated this RTIC bag filled with goodies for our Zoom luncheon tomorrow!
🎉We have 2 fiesta medals donated from Hilton Garden Inn San Antonio - Live Oak Conference Center for door prizes tomorrow! Reminder: today is the last day to order ribeye plates from Blue Bonnet Palace!! Call 210-651-6702 to order! 🥩
Air Force Thunderbirds announced flyover Texas. They will fly over San Antonio on Wednesday, May 13 at 1320 (1:20pm). Please see press release and flyer for more details.
We miss you all so much!! Show us your favorite stay at home pics!!
As we slowly start to open back up our businesses, Tri-County would like to know what you're doing. Hours of operations, special precautions, ect. Please post comments below. We will also pick one business from the posts to do a member spotlight on! Hope to see your happy faces Tuesday for the May Zoom luncheon sponsored by Blue Bonnet Palace! Be sure to call and reserve your ribeye plate!!
‼️We want to hear from our business!! Please comment below if you’re open. Be sure to leave your hours and any other information regarding changes you’ve have to made to adjust to the Reopen Texas rules.
‼️Let’s get out and support our chamber family like we always do!!
ATTENTION Small businesses in the City of Live Oak, Texas:
Live Oak City Council and Economic Development Corporation has approved an initial funding of $300,000 to establish the Business Assistance Grant program. The grant will provide short-term, immediate financial aid to small businesses who meet certain criteria and have sustained economic losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Providing a maximum award total of $5,000 per business, applicants may qualify for grant funds in two categories: Lease/Mortgage Assistance, Payroll Assistance. Please click below for more information:
City of Live Oak, Texas
The Governor spoke today about his plan to open Texas businesses. Here are some bullet points form his address. The Texas Governor's Report To Open Texas is on the State of Texas web site and contains a lot of good information. We will find its link and post it later. It came to me as just a PDF.
• All retail stores, restaurants, movie theaters, and malls are permitted to reopen on Friday, May 1. These services must limit their capacity to 25% of their listed occupancy.
• Within shopping malls, the food-court dining areas, play areas, and interactive displays and settings must remain closed.
• All museums and libraries may open under the same 25% occupancy limitation, but interactive areas of museums must remain closed.
• Single-person offices may reopen as well.
• Churches and places of worship remain open.
• Outdoor sports are allowed to resume so long as no more than four participants are playing together at one time.
• Public swimming pools, bars, gyms, cosmetology salons, barber shops, nail salons, massage establishments, bowling alleys, video arcades, and tattoo and piercing studios will remain closed through Phase I.
• Phase I will begin Friday May 1 and continue until at least May 18.
Stand by for more information.
Join our member Randolph Metrocom Chamber and city partner City of Live Oak,’s Wonderful Mayor Mary Dennis for an informative presentation on Monday
Please keep our family and city partners City of Live Oak, Texas in hour thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Speaking for all of us at Texas Tri-county, we are truly sorry for your loss.
A message from Mayor Mary M. Dennis: It is with a heavy heart and deep sadness that Live Oak City Council, administrative staff and the entire Live Oak community mourn the passing of Live Oak City Councilmember Anthony Brooks. Councilman Brooks joined council in 2015 and was a valued and active member. Although his job assignments would have him away, he always stayed connected to his service and commitment to our residents. He also served as a member director of the Live Oak Economic Development Corporation (EDC). He served honorably in the United States Army. Anthony was dedicated and took serving on the council very seriously. He had a background in Finance from working for the City of San Antonio and his current job. He was always very attentive when working on the city’s budget. Councilman Brooks will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
In addition, the city lost another valuable member of the community. We also mourn the loss of EDC Citizen Director Phillip Tsai-Brooks. Phillip was a valued member of the city’s Economic Development Corporation and brought a unique perspective to the board. Phillip was the owner of a salon in San Antonio and worked hard to make it a successful small business. The void in the leadership of the council and corporation will be notable. We are forever grateful for both Anthony’s and Phillip’s service to our Live Oak Community and to our country. May God Bless their family and all who were blessed to call both men “friend.”
Just a couple snap shots of today’s first Zoom luncheon! Thank you all that were able to attend! Look for details about our Zoom mixer and May Zoom lunch!!
Be sure to join us today at 1215pm for our Zoom Luncheon to be entered for a door prize (winners will receive an email with directions on how to receive your item)
https://alamo.zoom.us/j/716302174 (Meeting ID: 716302174)
Door prizes include 1 night stay with breakfast for 2 Hilton Garden Inn San Antonio - Live Oak Conference Center, a bottle of wine from Schertz Bank & Trustt, Madwomen Marketingng swag bag (including TP!!), domain and hosting from Shankx Web Developmentent, a pop-up banner from our sponsor ACME Reprographics
Here is a list of verified members open and ready to serve you today!! You receive a 1 minute commercial to update us on your business and how we can support you too!!
Tropical Smoothie Cafe Order through the free app, Grubhub, Favor, DoorDash https://order.tropicalsmoothiecafe.com/menu/tx-107
Kindling Texas Kitchen Call in curbside pickup 210-957-0158 or order online https://www.kindlingtexaskitchen.com
Biff Buzby's burgers Call in curbside pickup 210-290-5040 or order with Favor, Doordash, Ubereats or GrubHub
Abel's Diner Call in curbside pickup 210-651-9606 https://abelsdiner.com/
* LOL Liquors #1 12107 Topperwein Rd., Ste 6, Live Oak
* LOL Liquors #2 1208 FM 78, Ste. A, Schertz
*you don't have to drink your lunch, you can purchase something for later to get your 1 minute commercial
Thank you Shankx Web Development for donating a door prize for today's Zoom Luncheon sponsored by ACME Reprographics! Be sure to pick your lunch from a member listed to get your business' 1 minute commercial and join us at 12:15 today! https://txtricountychamber.org/event/detail/164
Our chamber family member Michael Beaver with Methodist Hospital Northeast (and Mindy's birthday triplet with Jesus) will be providing the most up to date information. Please join the zoom meeting Monday!
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