Main Street Minute: Breakfast chain opening fifth site in metro Phoenix
KTAR’s Main Street Minute focuses on local businesses that are hiring, opening and hosting events across the community. These stories air each weekday on KTAR at 7:27 a.m.
• Diners in southeast Phoenix will get a new breakfast joint to enjoy in the fall. All-day breakfast chain Snooze is planning to open its fifth Valley eatery, this one near Interstate 10 and Ray Road in the fall.
• A Texas-based startup company is expanding its business to the Valley. Dropoff Inc. partners with small and large businesses, using independent contractors, to deliver items. According to the Phoenix Business Journal, the courier service has delivered for more than 1,500 clients since its launch nearly three years ago. The offices are near 46th and Washington streets in Phoenix.
• The Peoria City Council has approved the launch of the Arizona Small Business Development Center Network. The network will provide services such as one-on-one counseling for business owners, networking opportunities, educational workshops and virtual counseling.
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