Wanna Good Deal? Check Out Bounce Back Westchase
One thing is certain during the COVID-19 crisis: businesses across all industries were hard hit as economic activity came to a screeching halt. Minuteman Press Westchase is leading a campaign called Bounce Back Westchase to get businesses in Westchase to reconnect with customers and attract new ones. Signing up is free, quick and easy.  The campaign features bouncebackwestchase.com where businesses in the following categories can upload an offer that customers access :

Local Restaurants Service Companies General Retail Hotels
Manufacturing & Distribution Communications Automotive Health & Fitness
Financial Services Home Services Apartments & Multi-Family Residential Living

For instance, participating companies can post offers like BOGO deals, 50 percent off with this ad, Kids Eat Free on Saturdays, Discounted Hotel Stay, $75 off initial consultation, Five Oil Changes for $99.95, and much more. To redeem offers, customers can mention or print offer to present during point of sale. A poster was created for participating businesses to display. People interested in receiving offers can also sign up on bouncebackwestchase.com and follow Bounce Back Westchase on Facebook to see the latest offers.

Elected Officials Lend Support
Tiffany Thomas, Houston City Council Member, District F; Greg Travis, Houston City Council Member, District G; Jim Murphy, State Representative, District 133; Gene Wu, State Representative, District 137; the Houston West Chamber of Commerce; and Westchase District are joining forces to raise awareness and get businesses signed up.

Bounce Back Westchase is hosting a kick-off event at 2 p.m. on Thursday, June 25 at Salata on 10898 Westheimer Road. Business owners and elected officials will speak about their experience during COVID and support for the Bounce Back Westchase campaign. Many thanks to Salata franchise owner Tina MacInnes for hosting!

CubeSmart Opens Self-Storage Facility

CubeSmart recently opened a 175,000 square-foot storage facility at Beltway 8 and Westheimer Road. The facility offers month-to-month leases, 24-hour video surveillance and a well-lit premises. Customers can buy boxes, tape, locks, shelving and other supplies onsite.

In addition, store amenities include delivery acceptance and onsite copying/printing services.  The facility is 100 percent climate controlled, has five stories at 35,000 square feet each floor and will offer 1,311 storage units for lease. Located at 2840 W. Sam Houston Pkwy S, the facility has storage units ranging from a 3'x3' locker up to a 10x30 foot storage unit.

HWCOC Hosts Emergency Preparedness
Webinar with Top Experts

As those of us who live in Houston well know, the threat of storms is taken seriously, especially during every Hurricane season. "Will you be ready?" is the key question that an expert panel will address as storm season ramps up.

Presented by the Houston West Chamber of Commerce in a webinar format via Zoom, a panel led by moderator Auggie Campbell, Executive Director, Association of Water Board Directors, will offer helpful advice on emergency preparedness so that you aren't caught off guard in the storm.

Panelists include Greg Travis, Houston City Council Member; Jeff Lindner, meteorologist & director of flood operations for Harris County; and Paul Lock, manager of governmental relations, CenterPoint Energy. Register for the webinar.

  Thursdays @ 3 p.m.  *Rain or shine* St. Cyril of Alexandria Catholic Church
10503 Westheimer, Houston, TX 77042 (at Rogerdale, just west of Beltway 8)

Celebrate Three Special Things at the Farmers Market

It's a trifecta of things to rejoice at tomorrow's Westchase District Farmers Market. You can celebrate the summer solstice on Saturday, June 20, dads for upcoming Father's Day on June 21, and Pollinator Week which starts June 22. Farmers Market vendors offer everything you need for each celebration.

Summer Solstice
For summer solstice, add some new plants to your garden. Ooha Sol Farm has blueberry and Satsuma orange trees and herbs like basil. Dr. Lucy's agaves and herbs are tasty ways to help align your spiritual and physical equilibrium.  

Father's Day

Put a smile on the face of any dad, stepfather, uncle, brother, son and grandfather with these gift ideas. Raise a glass to dad and toast him with wine from Houston Winery. Grab The Bark BBQ's brisket to go as a gift to satisfy his craving for tender, delicious smoked meats. When dad fires up his own grill, Unc B's has all the spices for flavoring meats and Chilesquiles has sauces for flavorings. ABJ Farms has jams and jelly for dad's breakfast toast. Finally, you can never go wrong with socks from Swaggr. And, he'll appreciate that they're made from recycled plastic bottles.

National Pollinator Week
Thirteen years ago the U.S. Senate's unanimous approval and designation of a week in June as "National Pollinator Week" marked a necessary step toward addressing the urgent issue of declining pollinator populations. Pollinator Week has now grown into an international celebration of the valuable ecosystem services provided by bees, birds, butterflies, bats and beetles.  And of course, bees make all things sweet. Pure Texas Honey and PEAS Farm have the honey. Jams and jelly from Shosho's Kitchen and ABJ Farms come from wild fruit made fresher by our buzzing winged pollinating friends.

Farmtastic Coming July 9 & August 6
Please save the date for Thursday, July 9 & August 6 for Farmtastic at the Farmers Market. It's fun for the family with face painting, a balloon twister artist, watermelon games, caricature artist, mini ponies, and pickle making. You and your kids will enjoy this annual happening at the Farmers Market!


HCC Campus Trail Reopens

Concrete was poured yesterday to repair the final segment of the HCC Campus Trail.

The HCC Campus Trail reopens this week after being closed since April. The trail portion from Meadowglen to Westheimer at Houston Community College has been restored due to the installation of a 42-inch waterline.

WDCF Gives WHAM Spring Dash Sponsor Boost

West Houston Assistance Ministries' (WHAM) upcoming Spring Dash got a boost from the Westchase District Community Fund which has joined the event as its community sponsor. WHAM's second annual Spring Dash will take place virtually. 

"WDCF wants to support events that create a positive impact in our community which is needed more than ever," said Craig Eichhorn, WDCF chair. "As a virtual event, anyone can participate in Spring Dash and help support WHAM who is on the frontline helping people with nowhere to turn."

Spring Dash works by challenging participants to run anytime from June 26 through June 28, any place of their choosing, anywhere, anytime. 
WHAM encourages participants to run a full 5K route and everyone who registers will receive a finisher medal. Register to run or walk today.

About Westchase District
Westchase District is a municipal management district funded by local property owners in a 4.2 square-mile area centered on Sam Houston Tollway between I-10 and US-59 on the west side of Houston, Texas. 

The district promotes growth by enhancing: 
  • Mobility
  • Beautification 
  • Public Safety
  • Planning and Development


Have District-related news on how your business or organization is responding to COVID-19? 

Send it with your contact info to:cjacinto@westchasedistrict.com. 


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