Just in time for Mother’s Day, Bledsoe Chiropractic is giving away a “Home is Where Your Mom is” bundle.
This bundle includes a warmer, several wonderful Scentsy Bars and a one-hour massage.
Enter to win by liking and sharing Bledsoe Chiropractic or tag a friend in the comments on Bledsoe Chiropractic’s Facebook Page.
The winner will be announced May 7.
Bell & Sward Gentlemen’s Clothier
Bell & Sward is moving two doors down.
The clothing store is excited to announce it is moving the store from 1020 Oak St. to 1016 Oak St.
The move will occur in mid-May.
After the store moves, it will schedule a grand re-opening celebration with details to follow.
The new store will provide some much needed storage and office space, along with a room devoted to suiting.
The clothing store is looking forward to showing off the new space.
Brooks Fine Jewelry
Brooks Fine Jewelry will be having a half-priced sale on all marked merchandise in the store, making way for new inventory.
The sale starts May 7 and runs through May 12.
Many items are at cost.
Brooks would rather see the items go to a good home rather than melt them down.
The shop will have showcases full of merchandise that has to go or it will be recycled.
Crossman Printing is dedicated to insuring its customers are 100 percent satisfied.
It is a family owned and operated business, and has been in operation for over 30 years in downtown Conway.
It vows to work closely with customers on their next project to make their next job a great success.
Leadership, performance advisor wants to help college grads
With an influx of college graduates hitting the job market each and every year, finding a job is as competitive as it has ever been.
In fact, research conducted by the National Center of Education Statistics has shown that the number of Americans ages 25 to 29 that have earned at least a bachelor’s degree increased nearly 10 percent just between 1995 and 2012, a rate that has only continued to grow since.
Many college grads come out of school in student debt, and are forced to take career paths that are more practical, however, not necessarily the perfect fit for their unique strengths and gifts.
But one of the world’s foremost leadership and performance advisors, James Arthur Ray, wants to help these young professionals find their calling, not just a career. With so many college grads searching for leaders to guide the way for them, Ray urges them to stop looking for leaders and become one in both their life and business.
Ray is a successful entrepreneur, New York Times best-selling author, and prominent life and business coach.
He believes that ultimate-performing teams and businesses are the result of ultimate-performing individuals.
Ray hopes to develop college grads into these ultimate-performing individuals by coaching them to use their strengths at work and focus on doing things they love and are attracted to.
It is Ray’s hope that helping young professionals find their true calling as opposed to just a career they can get by with will lead to higher business performance overall and a stronger workforce altogether.
“Forget a career. Find your calling,” Ray said.
Ray has inspired and educated over a million people from 145 different countries across the world through his keynote presentations and events.
He has had success working with individuals from a variety of industries, and as a result, he has been featured on national media outlets such as Fortune Magazine, People Magazine, Larry King Live, Piers Morgan, the Today Show, CNN and Oprah.
His guidance and advice for recent college graduates makes Ray the perfect choice for graduation commencement speeches.
You can book Ray now as the keynote speaker for your next event or graduation ceremony.
For more information regarding Ray’s coaching, business consulting, keynote presentations, and advice for college grads, or to feature his services on your media outlet, contact Patrick Donohue email@example.com or call 888-932-4629 x8356.