On this week’s Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce radio show, the Chamber’s Henry Bell promotes the State of the District Luncheon featuring Dr. Marty Crawford, who is superintendent of the Tyler Independent School District. The luncheon will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Nov. 18 at the Rose Garden Center in Tyler. Tickets are available through the Chamber.
Azalea Place Healthcare & Rehabilitation in Tyler is part of Southwest LTC, which operates 20 skilled nursing facilities and one assisted living facility across Texas. Tammy Dennis, admissions coordinator, said, “Our team of health care professionals is led by a licensed administrator and includes our medical director, consultant pharmacist and consultant dietician. From the director of nurses and our rehabilitation staff, to the activity director and social worker, our staff works to address the special needs of each patient.” Azalea Place offers both short-term and long-term care. Services include rehabilitation, wound care, post-stroke program, post-joint replacement care, pain management, respite/vacation program and more. If you would like to visit, schedule an appointment so staff members will be available to answer all your questions. For more information, go online at swltc.com/azalea-place or call 903-593-2463.
PORPOISE Advertising sells ideas. As President Craig Reininger put it, “I help businesses be more effective with their marketing dollars. You are not hiring a ‘yes’ man but instead someone who will tell you what to do to make your advertising effective. My goal is for Porpoise Advertising to be an invaluable asset in helping our clients’ business grow and prosper.” Reininger explained that advertising must stay focused on the message and be consistent. “The purpose of advertising is to make consumers remember your name so that when they are ready to spend money in your industry, your business is one of the places they shop.” With careful planning, even a small business with a small advertising budget can be effective. For more information, go online at porpoiseadvertising.com or call 903-520-0340.
The partners of H9 Water understand the role water plays in achieving optimal health. The human body is two-thirds water. Water is essential for life. Cyndi Beaird, partner with H9 Water, said, “It may surprise you to know that over 99 percent of the molecules in your body are water molecules. Leading scientists have discovered structured water. The molecules are structured or ordered for cells to absorb them. Our bodies have to constantly replace the water we lose. When you drink structured water, you’re giving your body more of what you’re made of, because you’re replacing the type of water that is already within your cells.” Tap water is known to contain toxic chemicals. Bottled water is a billion-dollar business, yet few know what they are even drinking. H9 Water contains vitamins and minerals along with electrolytes, enzymes and amino acids. For more information, go online at h9water.com/mcbeaird or call 903-520-7147. H9 Water is a network marketing company.
Camp Tyler Outdoor School provides students with outdoor learning experiences through discovery in a classroom without walls, nature’s classroom. The camp offers customized residential and day field lab programs to students of all grade levels. Terry Blevins, director of development, said, “let us know what your needs are and our staff will work with you to incorporate our field labs with your classroom lesson plans.” The facility is available to rent for corporate or religious retreats, family reunions or weddings. The camp is located in a rustic setting on the shores of Lake Tyler. Bradford Lodge is a popular wedding venue. There are five dorms with bed space for 120 campers. Bradford Lodge doubles as a dining hall and activity space. The kitchen staff will work with you to create a menu to fit your needs. Upcoming events this month at Camp Tyler are the Kiwanis Turkey Shoot on Nov. 21 and the Insane Inflatable 5K on Saturday. For more information, go online at camptyler.org or call 903-565-4475.