Be sure to attend the grand reopening of businesses along Williams Drive 9am-1pm Saturday, May 11 in the parking lot of Lone Star Circle of Care at 2425 Williams Drive.
The event is a celebration of the businesses affected by the recent evacuations in and around the intersection of Williams Drive and River Bend in Georgetown. The community is invited to attend this free, family-friendly event to support local businesses as they reopen. The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce is coordinating the event, with assistance from the City of Georgetown and Williamson County. The event is sponsored by Atmos Energy.
“This community has proven itself to be incredibly generous and resilient,” Georgetown Chamber of Commerce President Jim Johnson said. “This celebration is a great opportunity for each business to showcase themselves and reopen their doors with strong sales and lots of customers.”
The event kicks off at 9am with a ceremonial ribbon cutting and remarks from Mayor Dale Ross and Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell. Complimentary food and beverages will be provided throughout the event, including food from Mariachis de Jalisco, the Pit BBQ, Golden Chick, and Hydrate Smoothie & Juice Bar.
Information booths will be staffed by representatives from the affected businesses. Live music, a dunk tank, bounce houses, face painting and a City, County, and Atmos Energy vehicle showcase will run throughout the event. Additionally, attendees will have the opportunity to compete for prizes.
More details about the event can be found at GTXBacktoBiz.com.