Local business news from Deer Park
The city of Deer Park has released the new developments of several local businesses.
Deer Park's new Chick-fil-A manager, Ron Acosta, interviewed 600 applicants and hired 90 people. The restaurant opened Thursday, June 7.
Owned by Brock Bihm, Deer Park's Mr. Electric has provided 18 Home Depots with electric installations. Home Depot awarded the company with its Voice of the Customer award for outstanding customer satisfaction. Deer Park's Mr. Electric was also recently awarded a 96 percent net promoter score from its corporate office. The score is the nation's highest within the Mr. Electric company.
Movie Galore, located at 3428 Center St., has a mini-movie theater for rent where you can privately watch a movie or host a video game contest with friends.
Last quarter, Deer Park hotels reported their highest quarterly revenues to date.
Curves has moved to a larger building located at 122 W. San Augustine, the former location of Swede Golf, which recently closed. Automated Logic, a controls company, will take Curves' former location.
Big Mike's Motorcycle Shop, located at 5014 Luella, has expanded by over 1,000 square feet and now offers motorcycle service and repair work.
Ralston Liquor, located at 8315 Spencer Highway, is currently moving to a new, larger location within the same shopping center.
Two Cities Restaurant now has a 30 minutes or less lunch menu with prices from $5.99, including gluten-free and other heart-healthy selections.
Rainbow Bakery Store, located at 4227 Center St., closed recently as part of a nationwide closure of several hundred Rainbow outlet stores.
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