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November 2018 Corpus Christi Business News available

The November issue of Corpus Christi Business News highlights the Frontera Fest, the new Nueces County sheriff, local businesses, events, volunteers, and more.

The November issue of Corpus Christi Business News is out on newsstands and in business owners’ mailboxes with news about the new Nueces County sheriff and how Gov. Greg Abbott delayed an impending windstorm insurance rate hike.

Turning to Page 2, News Briefs include information about local honors, new drive-ins coming, and a Del Mar College fundraiser that put Viktor the Viking Over the Edge.

Get news of the 2019 Corpus Christi Business Directory on page 3. Distribution of the new directories is underway. Check out the new format, designed for ease of use.

Businesses highlighted this month are:

Tejas Budget Buildings

Janet’s Cakery

Interstate Batteries

In other news, you’ll find stories about:

• the hurricane recovery concert at Whataburger Field;

• the purchase of a Robstown NGL plant by pipeline company EPIC;

• the return of the Navy Sea Cadet program to the USS Lexington;

• the new management at the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History;

• how to apply for a job at the new Dave & Buster’s and Raising Cane’s opening this December.

The November Volunteer feature is all about the YWCA, which is looking for people to help with its YW Teen program as well as other great opportunities to promote the success of young women in the Coastal Bend.

November is a busy month for events, many of which are highlighted on Page 7, where you’ll also find simple instructions on how to post your own events on the most comprehensive, interactive Events Calendar in the Coastal Bend.

If you haven’t already gotten your hands on the current issue of Corpus Christi Business News, here’s a list of where you can find one — free!



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