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Rockport-Fulton pushes through to prepare for Memorial Day – Riverside, California

Riverside, California 2022-05-23 23:47:39 –

According to Bonnie Carlisle, owner of The Coastal Mercantile, having a solid team can make all the difference in maintaining your business.

Corpus Christi, Texas — Memorial Day is slowly approaching, and businesses in the Rockport-Fulton region are preparing for large numbers of people.

Some companies are fully staffed and look forward to the increased traffic this weekend, but it can be difficult to keep up with the influx of visitors.

Diane Probst Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce He said it was of utmost importance to have sufficient personnel in the facility.

“All the big and small communities are really focused on the tourism economy we are preparing,” Probusto said.

Supply chain shortages continue to impact SMEs throughout Coastal Bend, along with the problem of having adequate staff at the facility.

“When it comes to rising supply chains and costs, basically everything is dealing with it, and we need to deal with the struggles in that area,” Probusto said.

According to Bonnie Carlisle, owner of The Coastal Mercantile, having a solid team can make all the difference in maintaining your business.

“I am very grateful to have been able to form and maintain a great team,” Carlyle said. “But I certainly feel for those who are finding those challenges.”

Carlyle is a full staff member, but feels the impact of supply shortages when it comes to products.

“We really specialize in outdoor furniture, which used to take weeks, but now it takes weeks, so it’s frustrating because we want to be able to deliver to buyers in a timely manner,” Carlyle said. It was.

Craig Griffin said he owns three businesses in the Fulton region and finding workers to fill his position puts a strain on his business and makes it difficult for him to run at full capacity. ..

“It’s better than it used to be. We’re starting to get a few employees here and there,” Griffin said. “There are some important positions, such as the kitchen staff being tough, tough, tough.”

Despite the challenges, Griffin is positive about his staff’s ability to meet summer tourism demands.

“I think we’ll have a great summer. It’s going to be stressful and hard, but we’re going to get over it. We’ll entertain all our guests and they’ll have a great time,” Griffin said. Said. ..

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