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McDonald's may not want anyone crusading against dirty play equipment in its Arizona stores -- they banned a Chandler woman who teaches at ASU from several local restaurants after she garnered national attention for her videos and research on filthy conditions. But they're not letting that get in the way of rolling out their new, healthier Happy Meal at Arizona restaurants on Friday.
U.S. Egg recently opened a fourth Valley location in Chandler. The family owned and operated restaurant concept is celebrating its 20th anniversary, and already had locations in Tempe, Scottsdale and Phoenix.
A Mesa eyesore is coming back to life. The vacant retail center on the northeast corner of University Drive and Greenfield Road once housed a Fry’s grocery, but the 100,000-square-foot site has been vacant and quiet for years. Come Nov. 4, the corner will be home to a new 38,000-square-foot Goodwill thrift store.
AT&T says the activation of two new cell sites in Mesa will lead to faster mobile downloads in the areas around the intersection of Adobe and Mountain roads and the intersection of Revere and Eighth Street.
Go Daddy Group president and COO Warren Adelman will be the guest speaker Oct. 18 at the Chandler Chamber of Commerce’s dinner reception honoring the city’s top 100 employers. The event will be at The Castle at Ashley Manor, 1300 S. Price Road. Cost is $60 per person or $500 for a corporate table. Information: (480) 963-4571, Ext. 215, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Minority Enterprise Development Week awards breakfast and business expo Nov. 18 at the Arizona Biltmore. Breakfast and awards presentation starts at 7:30 a.m., immediately followed by the business expo.
For more than 25 years T.C. Eggington’s has been synonymous with breakfast and brunch in Mesa. Now the second generation of the family behind its success is hoping to do the same for morning and afternoon dining in Tempe.
First Convenience Bank has opened two new locations in the East Valley. Wednesday saw grand opening celebrations for in-store Wal-Mart branches at 1175 s. Arizona Ave. in Chandler and 1955 S. Stapley Drive in Mesa. The full-service bank has more than 235 locations and more than 360 ATMs in Texas and Arizona, and is planning at least four more Valley locations.