November, 2011

Madosky Chiropractic & Acupuncture Center

Dr. William Madosky, owner of the Madosky Chiropractic & Acupuncture Center has been an active member of the Maplewood Chamber since 1988 and is celebrating the 20th anniversary of establishing his own practice in Maplewood in 1991.

As a chiropractic physician, Dr. Madosky believes that simply put – a healthy body requires a healthy, energetic nervous system. Using chiropractic care, acupuncture, nutritional support, exercise and mind/body intergration techniques Dr. Madosky provides the tools that you can use to achieve your health goals.

Dr. Madosky believes in supporting both local business and the community. He is a former member of the Maplewood Rotary Club and the City of Maplewood Design and Review Committee. Currently he is sponsoring his 15th annual can food drive where he will match the amount of food donated with the proceeds going to local sources.He is an avid bicyclist averaging approximately 5000 miles per year. You will often see him on the roads of the St Louis region throughout the year.

Dr. Madosky can be contacted at Madosky Chiropractic and Acupuncture * 2175 Big Bend Blvd *www.drmadosky.com * (314)645-8805.

 


November, 2011

Ribbon Cutting at Giant Steps

On November 15th, the Maplewood Chamber of Commerce welcomed Giant Steps of St. Louis to Maplewood with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Giant Steps of St. Louis is a school that teaches children with autism. The curriculum includes acedemics, social interaction, music therapy, physical education and pre-vocational training.

Maplewood businesses can help support the students of Giant Steps by hiring a student to help with office or company tasks. Students are always accompanied by a job coach and are capable of performing many tasks.

Giant Steps of St. Louis is located at 7281 Sarah Street. More information including contact info is available on the website.


November, 2011

Small Business Saturday-November 26

What’s out? Black Friday What’s In? Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday is on November 26th.  Nationwide, the public is asked to shop “small” on the Saturday of the biggest shopping weekend of the year. There is no better place in St. Louis for small business shopping than Maplewood! Below is a list of Maplewood businesses running special promotions on Small Business Saturday.

Check back often for an updated list.

Tigerlily Monograms & Gifts (7328 Manchester Rd.) Complimentary food and wine punch, 20% discount on personalized ornaments

Maplewood Scooter Company (7509 Manchester) $300-$1000 off selected Scooters, 10-30% off Scooter accessories

The Kerry Cottage (2119 S. Big Bend) 10% of the proceeds taken in will be donated to St. Vincent de Paul


November, 2011

Thankfulness in Maplewood

We asked Maplewoodians what they are most grateful for this Thanksgiving. Feel free to add your own piece of thankfulness in the comments section below or send it to us and we’ll update our list below.

I’m thankful for the many blessings in my life: wonderful friends and family, two adorable dogs, a rewarding career, and an incredible community. Above all, I’m thankful to be sharing this journey with the lovely Gwendolyn Ragno. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Ryan Martin, Patch.com

I am thankful for all of those people who have enriched my life over the years. Each of them, in their own way, have helped to mold and shape me into the person I am today. I look forward to spending time with friends and family over the holiday season and taking time to appreciate all that life has to offer us. Sometimes life is all too short and we forget to take time from our busy schedules to appreciate the simple things in life and to let our loved ones know just how much they mean to us.
Ron Jagels, Edward Jones

This Thanksgiving I’m thankful for family and friends.  Throughout the year, they have been there for the support and guidance!
Kari Kraichely, Charm Boutique

My family, each and every one of them!
Stacey Demos, Frontenac Engineering Group

I am most thankful for God, followed by my health and that of my family and friends. I am also grateful that I live in the greatest country in the world and for the military who make it possible. Finally, I am most appreciative for coffee, red wine, keyless entry, QuikTrip, radio stations that don’t play Christmas music, Pat Trout, sea salt caramels from Kakao Chocolate and signs that the skinny jean fad is over.
Jeannine Beck, Maplewood Chamber of Commerce

We are thankful to be in a place in our lives where we work with great people, have loving families, are healthy, and enjoy what we do everyday.  This year we are excited to sponsor a family to make sure they can have an enjoyable holiday season.  And if I am being honest, I am thankful for mashed potatoes!Adam Kruse, The Hermann London Group

I’m thankful to be part of such a talented and ambitious team of people, with countless opportunities to put my skills to great use, doing what I love every day.
Carol Mertz, The Rampant Creative Group

I’m thankful for good health and for the successful year we’ve had at Moosylvania and at Hatch.  We’ve been blessed to the point of being able to give back to the community efforts for Joplin and for Joe’s Place.  We’re filling shopping carts this month for a local food pantry, so as we continue to give we receive much in return!
Sharon Ayers, Moosylvania

As a business owner I’m thankful this holiday season for belonging to such a supportive community.  I also cherish all of the employees and patrons that have built our reputation into what it currently is today.  Staff members play such an integral role in any customer experience, and I’ve very thankful for their diligent work ethic day in and day out.  On a personal level I’m very thankful for the many wonderful relationships I’m lucky enough to have developed and hopefully strengthened over the past year.  Because at the end of the day, the relationships in our life are truly what matter most, and often times this is easy to lose sight of.
Adrian Glass, The Post Sports Bar & Grill


November, 2011

Free Pumpkin Pie with J&E’s Office City order

The Pumpkin Pie promotion at J&E’s Office City is back! Place a $150 order TODAY (11/18), MONDAY (11/21) or TUESDAY (11/22) and you will receive a FREE pumpkin pie with your delivery.  Make it a $200 order and they’ll throw in a can of whipped cream. Don’t quite have enough to qualify for pumpkin pie?  No worries, all orders placed will receive a free Zebra pen!

Also, customers that place a $200 HP inkjet and/or toner order today will be  entered in the 12 days of Christmas Promotion.  From now until December 16th all $200 or more HP orders will enter your company to win one of 12 great holiday prizes being given away. Find out more about these specials and others here.

Contact J&E’s Office City at 314.644-3213 or find them on the web.

 


 


 



November, 2011

J&E’s Office City offers big savings on Lorell Office Chairs

Are you or someone in your office in need of a new chair?  J &E’s Office City is offering special pricing on selected Lorell chairs, click here to see their offering.  In addition to the models in the flyer, J& E’s Office City is offering 40% saving on any Lorell chair  including guest, stacking, task, executive, managerial and mesh.  Lorell chairs have a 5 year limited warranty and rated for users up to 250 lbs. Lorellalso offers chairs for the big and tall rated up to 350 lbs.  This promotion is in effect now through November 11th.

J & E’s Office City can also help with panel system furniture including  design, space planning and installation.  Call J& E’s Office City today at 314-644-3214.