At the Business Before Hours on Jan. 24, we celebrated with our Community Partners! Representatives of The District, Great River Economic Development Foundation, Quincy Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, and the City of Quincy were on hand for the event. For more information about each organization, click on their names.
Peoples Prosperity Bank
Thank you to Peoples Prosperity Bank, 3215 Maine St., for hosting our Business Before Hours on Dec. 20! Headquartered at the state’s capital in Springfield, Town and Country Financial Corporation serves as the financial holding company for Town and Country Bank, Peoples Prosperity Bank in Quincy and the Bank’s mortgage subsidiary, Town & Country Banc Mortgage Services, Inc. For more information, click here to visit their website.
Thank you, Sunset Home, for hosting our Business Before Hours on Nov. 15! Established in 1889, Sunset Home has an 11-acre campus at 418 Washington Street that offers 182 licensed beds for health care services in the main building. The Villa complex, located just across the street from the main building, offers 16 condo-type apartments. Additionally, Sunset Apartments located at 301 North 8th Street offers independent living to seniors in a 92 unit apartment building. For more information, click here to visit their website.
Thank you, Titan International, for hosting the Business Before Hours on Oct. 25! Attendees had breakfast at the production facility at 28th and Cherry. Titan International Inc. is a global leader — as well as one of the largest North American manufacturers — of off-the-road tires and wheel technology for agriculture, construction, forestry and mining equipment. For more information, click here to visit their website.
Cheerful Home Child Care & Early Learning Center
Thank you, Cheerful Home Child Care & Early Learning Center, for a lovely Business Before Hours on Sept. 27! Cheerful Home has a long-standing tradition of excellence and caring in education in Quincy. Established in 1886, it is the oldest licensed child care facility in the state of Illinois and 15th oldest in the nation. It was also the first entity to bring a kindergarten program to Quincy, which was started in 1902. For more information, click here to visit their website.
The Yum Factory, Inc
The Chamber enjoyed breakfast at The Yum Factory 8/23/18 at their Business Before Hours. They offer handmade chocolates, candies, cakes, cookies, lunch items, keto items, gifts, wine ice cream and more! You can find them on the corner of 7th and Maine in downtown Quincy. Find them on Facebook or call for more information: (217) 209-0177.
Thank you to Stark’s Studios for starting our morning off on July 26 with a lovely Business Before Hours! Stark’s Studios produces promotional films for businesses that showcase their products, services, and teams. They also create family and wedding videos. For more information, click here for their website.
Sew What Shoppe
Thank you to Sew What Shoppe for hosting the Business Before Hours on June 28! Sew What Shoppe located at 420 N. 24th in Quincy, is an Authorized Husqvarna Viking and Janome Dealer specializing in sewing/quilting machines, embroidery machines, and sergers for beginner, intermediate and advanced machine users. For more information, give them a call at (217) 222-7458 or click here to visit their website.
Travel House of Quincy
Thank you to Mecki Kosin and the staff of The Travel House of Quincy for a lovely start to our morning on May 24 for the Business Before Hours! Travel House of Quincy has been in the community since 1983. Whether you’re planning a trip to St. Louis or to Europe, or anywhere in the world, the Travel House is there to help you plan the perfect trip! For more information, click here to visit their website or call (217) 222-0515.
Quincy Public Library
Thank you to Quincy Public Library for hosting our Business Before Hours on April 26! By taking self-guided tours, guests learned a lot about the Library, including the fact there’s an Illinois Room with a newspaper archive dating back to 1835 and a wealth of information about the history of Quincy and state of Illinois; there is a library catalog app, there’s a bookstore that accepts donations of books, and you can check out fishing poles! Find out more about the Library by clicking here to visit their website.