At the end of September, join us for a summer ending event and enjoy a hot Allen Brothers steak sandwich and cold drinks as we celebrate another year of community success and achievement.
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Engineered Glass Products
929 W. Exchange
Right near the Historic Stockyard Gate!
“Stamp-Eat!” is a great opportunity to network with other businesses in the Stockyards and meet the BYNC staff, SSA #13 commissioners and local aldermen.
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On September 16, 2010, The Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council and SSA #13 held its 3rd Annual “Stamp-Eat!”on the beautiful lawn of Marsco Glass (929 W. Exchange); the property is adjacent to the historic Stockyards Gate and the Firemen’s Memorial.
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The yearly event represents a great opportunity for business owners and employees within the Stockyards Industrial Park to network with each other and meet the elected officials, SSA commissioners and BYNC staff members who are working to make the Stockyards among America’s most successful urban industrial parks.
Allen Brothers generously donated mouth-watering steaks for guests to enjoy and Evans Food shared their delicious pork rinds with visitors.
The Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council would like to thank all who attended the event and offer a very special thanks to Marsco Glass, Allen Brothers, Evans Food, Aramark, Commissioner John P. Daley, Alderman James Balcer, Alderman Pat Dowell, Senator Antonio “Tony” Munoz, State Representative Eddie Acevedo, 9th District Police Commander David Jarmusz and Officer Al Garza.
Th BYNC and SSA 13 hosted the 2nd annual Stockyards social, the “Stamp-eat!” on Thursday, September 24th. A tent was posted on Marsco property on Exchange, adjacent to the Firemen’s Memorial and historic limestone gates. Allen Brothers steak sandwiches were enjoyed by representatives from many of the 70 businesses located in the stockyards. Pictured (Left-Right): 11th Ward Alderman James Balcer; Phil Gordon of Marsco Glass; Martha Jungenberg, SSA 13 Program Director; and Craig Chico, CEO of the Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council.