Mike Copeland: Austin Avenue offices; Café Bitty & Beau’s; Stars & Stripes Music Festival; Luby leaves town | News from local businesses

Others have pledged to take up space in the building, including law firm Dunham & Jones, which is considering a $ 50,000 finish; American security certificate, $ 90,000; Better Homes & Gardens / Edwards & Associates Real Estate, $ 150,000; and Taylor Consulting, $ 50,000.

Cafe Bitty & Beau’s

TVA Développement has obtained a $ 350,000 permit to set up a Bitty & Beau’s café on Mary Avenue in the city center. The company was founded in 2016 by a couple who wanted to honor their two children with Down’s syndrome.

Bitty & Beau’s hires people with intellectual or developmental disabilities to outfit its stores. His website says he “has created a path for people with disabilities to become more valued, accepted and included in every community.”

In addition to serving coffee and pastries, Bitty & Beau’s offers a range of hoodies, mugs, visors, shirts, coffee mixes and aprons.

Stars & Stripes Music Festival

What better time than the weekend of July 4 to announce the Grand Waco Chamber of Commerce Stars & Stripes Music Festival, scheduled for September 4 at McLane Stadium. A press release from the chamber says the concert will recognize military personnel, first responders and health heroes.

Advance tickets are $ 30 and VIP tickets are $ 125.

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