Victor’s Cafeteria on Main Street in downtown New Iberia.
Victor’s Cafeteria, where UL football coach Michael Desormeaux and his friends ate breakfast every day during games at Catholic High.
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One Acadiana, the Lafayette Parish Chamber of Commerce and Acadiana’s regional economic development agency, will move from its St. Mary Boulevard location to Jefferson Street after its current facility grows too large.
“For the past seven years, one of One Acadiana’s areas of focus has been revitalizing our cities and driving investment in the heart of the region,” said Troy Wayman, president and CEO, in a statement. “Under the guidance of two investors, we have completed due diligence on the facility and are looking forward to the next steps to renovate the space so that we can continue our important work to impact the community through business-driven programming, advocacy and economic activity.” Evaluate the steps to develop in Acadiana.
“We look forward to celebrating our new ‘home’ downtown with our investors, members and partners across the region. “
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The building is owned by Homebank and has been vacant for about six years.
Anita Benyo, CEO of the Downtown Development Authority and Downtown Lafayette Unlimited, said the move is “the best gateway to life in Acadiana” as One Acadiana welcomes businesses to the area. said it would offer
“We want to attract businesses to Lafayette, attract talent, and retain talent as students graduate. Downtown is the central point for doing that successfully,” she said. This move demonstrates the importance of our city and parish center and the future of our region.”
Lafayette marketing agency supporting Special Olympics Louisiana, Acadiana Symphony Orchestra and other nonprofits
BBR Creative, a Lafayette-based marketing company, has announced the nonprofits it will support at CreateAthon 2022. This is his 24-hour charitable event that provides marketing services to non-profit organizations.
During the event, BBR staff will provide social media strategy and content development, email marketing, event branding, planning and promotion, marketing and advertising campaign development, and marketing blueprints for nonprofits.
Emily Burke, Vice President of Account Services at BBR Creative, said: “This is definitely one of our favorite campaigns of hers.”
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The 2022 event will take place on September 22nd and 23rd. The selected nonprofits are Special Olympics, headquartered in Covington, Louisiana; Girls on the Run, headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Acadiana Symphony Orchestra, headquartered in Lafayette; and Lafayette, Louisiana. It was Foster the Love to put. , and New Orleans-based North Shore Food Bank.
Holly & Smith Architects Opens Office in Downtown Lafayette
Holly & Smith Architects, a professional architecture firm based in Hammond and New Orleans, has opened a new office in Downtown Lafayette.
The company held an open house on Saturday.
Both H/S founders studied architecture at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette nearly 40 years ago, Downtown Lafayette Unlimited said in a press release. The award-winning regional office he founded in 1980.
H/S principal architect and co-founder Michael F. Holly said: “Jeffrey Smith, AIA and I He is a UL Lafayette alumnus. You can say.”
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