On March 21, the Conway Convention and Visitors Bureau launched the #ConwayToGo group on Facebook to quickly communicate local restaurants’ “new” way of doing business during a pandemic. In three weeks, membership had grown to more than 7,000 individuals throughout the region.
The Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program (EIDL) can provide up to $2 million of financial assistance (actual loan amounts are based on amount of economic injury) to small businesses or private, nonprofit organizations that suffer substantial economic injury as a result of the declared disaster, regardless of whether the applicant sustained physical damage. Here's what to expect when you apply.
The Paycheck Protection Program allows essentially any business or nonprofit with fewer than 500 employees to obtain low-interest, no-collateral loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration through June 30, 2020, to cover operating costs.
Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute-Conway is now offering specialized treatment to help patients regain their independence and restore them to the highest level of function. It is just one of the ways that Baptist Health is continuing to address the evolving health concerns of residents in Faulkner County and surrounding areas.
Ten individuals and businesses will be recognized at the 2020 Annual Meeting later this year. William C. “Bill” Adkisson, founder of Faulkner County Title Company and longtime law partner at Graddy & Adkisson LLP, together with Conductor founding director and former Acxiom executive Jeff Standridge, Ed.D., are the recipients of the Guy W. Murphy Distinguished Service Award.
Amid the current concerns around coronavirus COVID-19 transmission and per CDC recommendations to cancel or postpone mass gatherings or events of 10 or more people, the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce has postponed its Annual Meeting, which was previously scheduled for April 2, 2020. The new date will be announced at a later time.
Mayor Bart Castleberry has issued two executive orders that suspend certain zoning and ordinance restrictions on Conway’s eating establishments, hotels, and motels. By easing zoning restrictions, Conway citizens have alternative opportunities to purchase food, cleaning supplies, and other items from eating establishments and hotels during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our Downtown Conway Merchants have been responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in lots of creative ways to continue to operate while also keeping our community safe. Read on to find out more!
Shops and restaurants in Downtown Conway are taking extensive, diligent measures to provide a clean, safe and welcoming environment for customers. Downtown businesses remain open, and continue to provide a positive, safe and welcoming experience.
A real estate company that got its start during the 2008 housing market crash is now the largest minority-owned real estate firm in the state of Arkansas. Sandstone Real Estate Group reached $23 million in residential sales volume in 2019 and has 15 agents in Conway, Little Rock, and Pine Bluff. Of the nearly 40 real estate firms in Faulkner County, the company consistently ranks among the top 10. The North Metro Business Journal talked to owner and principal broker Korry Garrett about why Sandstone is "The Smart Choice for Real Estate."