Shake off the winter snow and soak up the spring sunshine… March 20 marks the first day of spring and the monthly Preble County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours. The Chamber, Reflections Restaurant, and Classic Country Radio WEDI AM 1130 invite the Preble County business community to a Business After Hours Spring Fling, Thursday, March 20, 5-7 p.m. at Reflections Restaurant.
Enjoy food from Preble County’s newest restaurant, toe- tappin’ bluegrass music by the nationally-acclaimed act, Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers, and an opportunity to win prizes. Lucky winners may take home a La-Z-Boy recliner courtesy of Eaton Hometown Furniture, gifts for the green thumb from Stockslager’s Greenhouse and Garden Center, and a weekend Grand Ole Opry Package that includes a night at the Opryland Hotel, two tickets to the Grand Ole Opry, and spending cash courtesy of Rodney Cobb Chevrolet, Buick, GMC.
Reflections Restaurant is the region’s newest, full service, American cuisine restaurant, located on U.S. 35 between West Alexandria and Eaton next to the Preble Memory Gardens, providing open dining and semi-private dining for 100 to 120 people. They also have a private dining area seating up to 40 people for exclusive parties or events. Their Event Center accommodates up to 140 people for banquets, wedding receptions or rehearsal dinners, seminars, reunions, church functions, end-of-life celebrations, and fundraisers. They offer in-house full service catering for all on-site banquets and events.
WEDI AM 1130 in Eaton is part of the Classic Country Radio network, including WBZI AM 1500/FM 100.3 in Xenia, WKFI AM 1090 in Wilmington, online streaming at myclassccountry.com, and iPhone and Android apps. WEDI enjoys a loyal listening audience as Preble County’s only locally owned and operated commercial radio station. So many people find the Classic Country Radio format refreshing for its authenticity and originality distinguished by a variety of unique entertainment and information. The classic country selection is supplemented with gospel and bluegrass music, world, national, state and local news, and local agricultural information. Most importantly, there’s plenty of personality with radio veterans Joe Mullins, Bucks Braun, and Chubby Howard featuring a fine selection of music and providing a genuine benefits to the community as spokesmen for many of the Miami Valley’s better businesses.
When businesspeople visit on March 20, they’ll bring in spring with the sounds of the award-winning bluegrass act, Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers. Their professionalism and popular recordings have kept them in demand with a national audience; seen by thousands of fans across the country at nearly every national bluegrass event, and the Grand Ole Opry. A contributing factor to their success is their active marketing capabilities via the Classic Country Radio network.