INSPERITY OPENS NEW BUILDING
Insperity recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of its fourth building on the Kingwood corporate campus. Insperity executives, from left: Steve Arizpe, executive vice president of client services and chief operating officer; Richard Rawson, president; Paul Sarvadi, chairman and chief executive officer; and Jay Mincks, executive vice president of sales and marketing.
THE GROVES TO HOST NETWORKING
The Lake Houston Area Chamber will offer a Networking After Hours from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 22 at The Groves Lifestyle Center, located at 17317 Cathedral Pines Drive. The local business community is invited to enjoy light appetizers and beverages at this free event. For more information, visit LakeHouston.org or call the chamber at 281- 446-2128.
BEZNER RETURNS TO RE/MAX NE
SUMMER CREEK BIZCOM SET
The Summer Creek BizCom will be held Thursday, June 8, from 11 a.m.-noon at Summer Creek High School.Speakers include: Nolan Correa, principal, Summer Creek High School; Josh Urban, CEO, Memorial Hermann Northeast; and Shanna Lopez, municipal solutions manager, Waste Management. Free. Complimentary lunch with RSVP made through lakehouston.org. To register, or for information about BizCom groups in your community, visit lakehouston.org or call the chamber at 281-446-2128.
CITY OF HOUSTON OKS BIKE PLAN
Houston City Council recently voted to approve the Houston Bike Plan, supported by four goals: improved safety, increased ridership, increased access and improved development and maintenance of facilities. The plan provides recommendations on the general location and types of bicycle facilities, projects, policies and programs that support these goals and vision. The plan, which was developed through extensive public and private partnerships, is the product of substantial public engagement and does not commit any city resources or funding. The last time the city adopted a comprehensive bicycle plan was in 1993. This new plan recognizes that the city and region have changed significantly in the 24 years since and provides recommendations for programmed projects, short-term opportunities and key connections to add over 600 miles to the current 270-mile, high-comfort bikeway network. That is more than triple the existing mileage and will put over 80 percent of people and jobs within half a mile of a comfort bikeway. For more information, visit houstonbikeplan.org.
IAH TOP IN DINING
When it comes to finding something good to eat – and something healthy to eat, as well – George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) is one of the top airports in the U.S., according to a top travel industry website. RewardExpert.com ranked IAH No. 5 overall in its 2017 Airport Dining Scorecard, and ranked it tops among the top 20 most trafficked airports for vegetarian and vegan dining options. IAH received 3.5 stars (out of 5) overall, including a customer satisfaction rating of 4 stars. IAH was the highest-ranked airport in Texas. The rankings come as both IAH and William P. Hobby Airport complete an upgrade of overall concessions choices at both airports. Travelers can search dining options by location, hours of operation and restaurant type – including vegan, kid-friendly, gluten-free and vegetarian – at fly2houston.com/hou/dine.
TRACTOR SUPPLY OPENS
Tractor Supply Company in Crosby is now open. The Crosby Tractor Supply will provide a wide range of products, including workwear and boots, equine and pet supplies, tractor and trailer parts and accessories, lawn and garden supplies, sprinkler and irrigation parts, power tools, fencing, welding and pump supplies, riding mowers and more. The store will carry top brands such as Purina, Carhartt, Blue Buffalo and Hobart, as well as products exclusive to Tractor Supply. The Crosby store will also include a pet wash station where customers will have access to professional-grade wash bays, grooming tables and tools. The store at 20903 Crosby Fwy. is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.