Culver's of Corydon Advances to the Final Four in the Culver's Crew Challenge
Culver's of Corydon is a divisional champion in the nationwide Culver's Crew Challenge contest where Culver's restaurants compete in the areas of quality, service, cleanliness, hospitality and community outreach. Culver's of Corydon is one of four restaurants out of nearly 500 to advance. The grand champion will be announced at Culver's annual convention in February, 2014.
"I'm so proud of our team members for putting forth this effort," says Frank Spanopoulos, owner/operator of Culver's of Corydon. The best part of this competition is that our guests are on the receiving end of an awesome Culver's experience."
The competition includes prize money with $50,000 going to the first place restaurant. The three runner-up restaurants will receive $10,000 each.
The evaluation of restaurants and team members comes from the Culver's support team, utilizing elements of our guest feedback program as well as input from secret shoppers.
Culver's serves fresh food, always cooked to order, with genuine family values to each and every guest. Culver's is an expanding franchise system with nearly 500 independently owned and operated restaurants in 21 states. The restaurants' award-winning customer service is based on small-town, Midwestern values, genuine friendliness and an unwavering commitment to quality and freshness. Signature items include the ButterBurger, made from fresh, never frozen Midwest-raised beef, and Fresh Frozen Custard, including the famous Flavor of the Day program. For more information, visit www.culvers.com, www.culvers.com/facebook orwww.twitter.com/culvers.
Public Notice - Amendment to Sign Ordinance
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning & Zoning Commission, Town of Corydon, Indiana, will be conducting a hearing to consider the amending of its sign ordinance (Ordinance Number 2013-1) affecting signs within the jurisdiction of the Town of Corydon Planning and Zoning Commission.
A public meeting on said amendment will be held by the Planning & Zoning Commission in the Board Room of the Town Hall on Monday, November 4, 2013 at 7:30 PM at which time all interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard in reference to matters set out in this ordinance amendment.
Chamber Bucks: Driving Dollars to Chamber Member Businesses
The Chamber of Commerce of Harrison County is excited about our new Harrison County Chamber Buck$ Program as we believe it will help drive local dollars to our community. Chamber Buck$ are as good as cash and may be used to purchase everything from groceries to gifts and even paying bills.
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Promoting Chamber Buck$
The Chamber advertises the program on the Chamber website, community website and in Chamber publications. Your business name is promoted on every Chamber Buck$. A special icon ($) is used in the Chamber Directory, "This is Harrison County," and on our on-line directory, next to the member's name, clearly identifying them as a participating member.
For more information on the Chamber Buck$ Program and to learn more about the benefits and how to participate view the following documents or call (812) 738-0120:
New Antique Market in Corydon
A new one day antique market will debut in Corydon on September 21st at the Harrison County Fairgrounds. The Indian Creek Antique Show will be held from 8am - 3pm with free admission. The Antique Show will feature indoor and outdoor spaces and is managed by Joe and Lindsey Poe of the Old Town Store in Corydon.
Merchandise for sale at the Indian Creek Antique Show must be at least 30 years old and all collectibles must be out of production. Currently about 30 vendors have signed up for the event with inquiries coming in daily.
To learn more about becoming a vendor at the Antique Market call Ph#812-267-3982. The Old Town Store is located at 110 S. Mulberry Street in Corydon and specializes in advertising, primitives and architectural salvage. Learn more by visiting http://www.indiancreekshow.com/