On Tuesday, May 26th, 2021, Greater Riverview Chamber of Commerce (GRCC) investors joined together at Riverview 14 to celebrate the Groundbreaking of Strathmore Development Company's newest partnerships, McAlister’s Deli and Woodie’s Wash Shack. Terry Benton from Strathmore Development Company, Matthew and Cory Wortman from McAlister’s Deli, Tim Miller, President of Woodie’s Wash Shack, Jenny Beadle, Director of Marketing for Woodie’s Wash Shack, and several other senior members of Woodie’s leadership were in attendance to support the celebration. Following the ribbon cutting ceremony, attendees were treated to an open bar at the movie theatre and a video presentation of exciting new changes.
Strathmore Development Company and its affiliates have an outstanding track record of successful real estate development, acquisitions, sales and leasing, and management. With work reaching from the Midwestern and Southeastern United States, up to Ontario, Canada, they have guided numerous commercial, mixed-use, and residential projects to fruition. Their dedicated team of engineers, attorneys, certified public accountants, and other real estate professionals are uniquely qualified to meet the challenges of today's dynamic real estate environment.
There was a proclamation delivered by 2021 GRCC Chair-Elect Michael Broussard, The Flying Locksmiths. He recognized May 26th, 2021 to be Strathmore’s McAlister and Woodie’s Day and asked attendees to duly note the occasion by remembering that at Strathmore Development Company they are exceptional people working on exceptional projects.
For more information, visit StrathmoreRealEstateGroup.com or you can reach them by phone at (517) 664-4128.
Woodie’s Wash Shack
Terry Benton, VP of Real Estate
Gerardo Luna Photographs