Outback Steakhouse Grand Opening After over 20 years on Springfield Pike, Outback Steakhouse opened for business on November 16th in a new freestanding building in front of Tri-County Mall. Mayor Doyle Webster presided over a ribbon-cutting ceremony, after which the restaurant welcomed its first customers to the new location.
Full Throttle 5th Anniversary Full Throttle Indoor Karting opened their doors in 2011 with one track 30 go-karts, and 25 employees. Five years later they have grown to three tracks, 82 go-karts, and 60 employees. In 2016 they were recognized by Cincy Magazine as the Best Place for Team Building and received the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence. At a recent City Council meeting, Mayor Doyle Webster presented a proclamation to founders Joe O’Gorman and Aaron Banfield and proclaimed November 16, 2016 as “Full Throttle Indoor Karting Day.”
Jai India Restaurant – 11482 Springfield Pike – Now open in the former location of Tan Thai, this new restaurant is getting rave reviews on Yelp.
Bee U Retail – 11389 Princeton Pike (in TriCentre Plaza) – The largest consignment store in the area has moved to Springdale. Shop for clothes for the whole family as well as items for the home.
Bargain Hunt – 750 Kemper Commons Circle – With a date-based discount system and frequent deliveries of new brand-name merchandise, this new store is a bargain-hunter’s dream.
Outback Steakhouse at Tri-County Mall – Construction is in full-swing with a fall 2016 opening planned (photo below).
Macy’s Façade Improvement – Over the next few months you’ll notice a big difference in the look of the Macy’s store at Tri-County Mall. Façade improvements are underway and will bring a fresh appearance to the exterior of the Mall.
CDM Computers Opens Registration for Summer Camps
In addition to providing technology service and support to retail and business clients, CDM Computers at 115 W. Kemper Road also offers classes and Build Your Own Computer Summer Camps for kids. Call Robin Walker at 513-377-1679 to get an application. Click here for a flyer and check out their website at www.cdmcomputing.com to learn more.
Grand Opening of J. Austin’s American Eatery
After 35 years of operating Riley’s restaurant, Ken and Gloria Riley are passing the reigns to their son, James Riley. James is the Executive Chef of the newly rebranded J. Austin’s American Eatery. The City of Springdale was proud to participate in their Grand Opening on April 25, 2016. Learn more at jaustins.com and visit them at 11568 Springfield Pike to try out the new menu and drink offerings.
Process Plus Grand Opening
Process Plus marked the opening of their new office with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and an employee celebration. This award winning organization comes to Springdale following 20 years in the City of Forest Park. They were recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in our region in 2012 and have been named a “Best Place to Work” for each of the past five years. As of today, Process Plus has approximately 130 employees and anticipates continued growth in the near future. The City of Springdale is excited to have Process Plus become a new member of the community.
Mayor Doyle Webster helped the Process Plus executives cut the ribbon on their new office at 135 Merchant Street. To learn more about Process Plus and their services, visit their website at www.processplus.com.
There has been a flurry of business openings in Springdale, including Raising Cane’s, Noodles & Co., GNC, Starbucks, Men’s Wearhouse, Mariscos Lindo Nayarit Mexican Food, Preferred Jewelers, and Waffle House! Read more and see photos from a few of the Grand Opening ceremonies below:
Raising Cane’s started in Louisiana and is known for their signature chicken fingers, fries, coleslaw, and Texas toast. The City of Springdale was honored to welcome them to the community and to assist in their grand opening. Visit them at 705 Kemper Commons Circle.
Noodles & Co. opened in Tri-County Towne Center at 11725 Princeton Pike in the new building just north of McDonald’s. They feature a variety of noodle dishes from Asia, the Mediterranean, and America. They are joined in the same building by GNC at 11707 Princeton Pike.
Starbucks (including a drive-thru) was the first business to open in the new building in front of Tri-County Mall and Men’s Wearhouse quickly followed suit. Check them both out at 11700 Princeton Pike.
Mariscos Lindo Nayarit Mexican Food opened at 139 W. Kemper Road near LuLu’s. They moved to Springdale after many successful years in Hamilton and have brought their delicious seafood specialties and homemade salsa.
Preferred Jewelers is now open at 481 E. Kemper Road next to Bed, Bath & Beyond. This family-owned jewelry store has been in business for 29 years. Visit their website for more information: www.preferredjewelers.net.
Waffle House opened at 11520 Springfield Pike in the Springdale Town Center. Enjoy 24-hour service at their newest location.
In an effort to better serve our business community, the Springdale Economic Development Department will conduct a survey in the coming months to learn more about the businesses in Springdale, as well as their needs and concerns. In addition, we would like you to evaluate the City’s current service delivery and how we may be able to best improve upon our services and support of the Springdale business community.
Click here to see a postcard that was sent to businesses in Springdale. If you did not receive a postcard, have questions, or wish to share your suggestions or concerns, please contact Christine Russell, Springdale’s Economic Development Director, at 513-346-5700 or
MediSync, a medical practice management group, recently moved into Executive Centre 3 at 25 Merchant Street. Below, Mayor Doyle Webster presents a City of Springdale History Book to Bob Matthews, MediSync's President and CEO, during the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
In addition to providing technology service and support to retail and business clients, CDM Computers also offers adult classes and Build Your Own Computer Summer Camps for kids. Click here for a flyer and check out their website at www.cdmcomputing.com to learn more.
ProScan Imaging recently celebrated the grand opening of their Pink Ribbon Center at 11594 Springfield Pike in the Springdale Town Center. The Pink Ribbon Center provides breast cancer early detection and diagnostic services.
ProScan Pink Ribbon Center wants to make sure that all women receive the screenings and care they need – regardless of their income level. They provide free or reduced price mammograms to low-income, uninsured women and the “Cruisin’ for a Cure” program will transport women to and from their annual mammogram appointments at no cost to the patient.
The ProScan Pink Ribbon Centers are a part of the Cris Collinsworth ProScan Fund. Cris Collinsworth and Springdale Mayor Doyle H. Webster were on-hand for the ribbon cutting.
To make an appointment at the new Springdale location or get more information call 877-RB-Women (877-729-6636) or go to their website at www.proscan.com/fw/main/For-Women-768.html.
Center specializes in the
sale and repair of sewing, quilting, and embroidery machines and offers classes
and lessons. Julie Matheny (Executive
Director of the Springdale Chamber of Commerce), Mayor Doyle
Webster, and Jeff Tulloch (Springdale Economic Development Department)
helped celebrate Luke’s Sewing
Center’s Grand Opening.
Go to their website at www.lukessewingcenters.com,
call them at 513-671-5100, or stop by their new store at 11711 Princeton Pike
in Tri-County Towne Center.
Elite Phone Buyers provides a safe and convenient way for
you sell new, used, and broken iPhones, Androids, iPads, iPods, iMacs, and
MacBooks, and much more! After operating
an on-line store for over a year, Springdale
residents Ben Chrisman and Nathalie Mortine recently opened their first
location in Wimbledon
Plaza at 11804
Springfield Pike. Julie Matheny
(Executive Director of the Springdale Chamber of Commerce), Mayor Doyle
Webster, and Christine Russell (City of Springdale
Economic Development Director) helped celebrate Elite
Phone Buyers Grand Opening. Go to their
website at www.elitephonebuyers.com, call them at 513-600-2243, or stop by
their new store.
11700 Springfield Pike, Springdale, Ohio 45246 Phone: (513) 346-5700 Fax: (513) 346-5745
11700 Springfield Pike Springdale, Ohio 45246 Phone: (513) 346-5700 Fax: (513) 346-5745
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