Jones se prepara para lanzar Blanco Myrtle Centro de Eventos En el interior del edificio histórico de la magnolia
16 de de febrero de, 2016 por Gwen Verde
Jones’ primero contacto con el centro fue en abril 2015. En el momento, ella estaba explorando varias oportunidades de negocio potenciales.
SAU ASBTDC Business Consultants Megan Whitehead and Julia Nipper walked Jones through the different options, sharing market research and demographic data for the area. Jones ultimately decided to purchase the historic McAlester Building in downtown Magnolia, where she has operated her law practice since 1994.
El edificio fue construido en 1947 como la sede local para sede en Oklahoma, en McAlester Fuel Company. Es un 38,820 square-foot office building with a large, sound-proof conference room and professional office space for rent.
Whitehead assisted Jones with analyzing the property’s financials and projecting cash flow. They also discussed a variety of options for the downstairs “showroom” area where a car dealership once operated.
Jones decided to create the White Myrtle Event Center in the large, open space downstairs. Since closing on the building purchase in August 2015, she has completely remodeled the downstairs area and the first-floor exterior facade.
As a mother and practicing attorney, Jones has a lot on her plate. She credits the ASBTDC with helping to turn her vision into a reality. “Without the experience and expertise of the ASBTDC, I would probably still be a dreamer instead of a doer,” ella dijo.
ASBTDC’s Nipper continues to work with Jones on the marketing, pricing, and planning for White Myrtle.