Last Tuesday night at Graft Restaurant in Grayson, G2C held one of four quarterly business meetings for 2016. After meeting and mingling with several new local business owners, G2C spelled out the vision and business strategy that they envision for the Greater Grayson area.
While most traditional businesses usually take the approach of setting up shop, doing some advertising and expecting a return on that investment, G2C’s approach is quite different. Rather than just waiting for business, G2C, along with key partners and supporters, plans to invest into the community through outreach events in order to earn business.
“G2C plans to host charity events such as a gala and community outreach to bless local charities financially,” said G2C director Ryan Brooks. “We believe that investing first in our community will in turn earn us business by showing that we genuinely care about the people of Grayson, not just about them spending their hard earned money with us. Having that trust up front is important to every business involved with G2C.”