On August 15th, the Waxhaw Business Association held its first meeting at its new meeting location, the Waxhaw Woman’s Club building at 200 E South Main Street in downtown Waxhaw.
Waxhaw PD Officer Haulk provided business owners an update on a local counterfeit money scam featuring a reprinted $100 bill; Autism Strong co-founder Rudy Thoms spoke about the upcoming AMRAP 4 AUTISM event at Misty Meadows farm on August 25; and Mitey Riders founder and “CNN Hero” finalist Harry Swimmer talked about the impact his therapeutic horseback riding program has on local children with disabilities.
Featured businesses included Uptown Tea Shop, Passionate Paws Animal Hospital and Top-Flite Insurance. The meeting was moderated by WBA President and Skyecroft Realty Group broker Jimmy Grappone.
The Waxhaw Business Association meets for breakfast, networking, and a program highlighted by a featured guest on the third Wednesday of each month. The WBA’s next meeting will be held September 19 from 7:30 till 9:00 AM. Interested business owners can learn more about the group by visiting www.waxhawba.com or by speaking with a member.