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Coloring the Up Side of Fear Purple

Coloring the Up Side of Fear Purple


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As I'm taking some time to relax, relate and re-up for myself.  I'd like to showcase some successful business owners who happen to be women.  I know plenty and don't know where to begin.  First and foremost, its the weekend before a hugely important election.  Please get out and vote on this coming Super Tuesday, November 8th.  Our local governments and local businesses are key to a successful and progressive community.  The first business owner who comes to mind, from my community is Tammy Gary... part owner of a legendary club in West Texas City, Texas known as The Front Door Club.  The Front Door Club has a legendary reputation in the community for not only being a place where fun and memories can be shared throughout the town and abroad... but also totes a fine history of giving back to the community with donations and scholarships for college bound kids.  Hosting annual toy/bicycle drives for less fortunate families and just recently, hosting a fun and safe alternative gig for trick or treaters this Halloween.  The Front Door Club, touts a great reputation for charity work in the community with its Front Door Social and Charity Club which is the foundation and part of the reason, original owner, Fats Gary opened the doors as a dance club and bar over 40 years ago.  Its still stands today at 6106 Texas Avenue on the main drag in a small Texas town with great history.  Congratulations to the Gary Family for maintaining a successful business with Tammy @ the head, for more than 40 years.  A place where many have had great stories to tell and memories to make.  Whether you dig a club scene or not, we ought to celebrate business owners who successfully give back to the community &  pull a crowd consistently providing a service & consistently promoting charitable events within our small but great town.