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OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Jet Linx, the leading aircraft management and Jet Card membership company in the United States, today announces the opening of its new Jet Linx Minneapolis private terminal, its 19th private terminal location in the U.S. Jet Linx, offering aircraft management and Jet Card membership programs with a more focused, personalized approach, will serve the Minneapolis and St. Paul market through its newly-constructed private terminal at Flying Cloud Airport. The announcement was made by Jamie Walker, President and CEO of Jet Linx.
“We are excited to announce the highly anticipated grand opening of our new Minneapolis private terminal as part of our nationwide growth strategy. With the growing demand for personalized private aviation services, it is a pleasure to introduce our unique business model to the region,” said Jamie Walker. “As part of the exceptional Minneapolis and St. Paul
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Grand Central Oyster Bar temporarily closes again, citing downturn in business
Less than two weeks after opening its doors for indoor dining service, Grand Central Oyster Bar will temporarily close once more. In a post to Facebook over the weekend, the iconic 107-year-old restaurant announced that it had no choice but to close again, citing a “lack of traffic and business implicitly caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Grand Central Oyster Bar reopened on September 30 for takeout and indoor dining service following nearly a seven-month temporary closure. Despite initial excitement about the comeback, the restaurant hasn’t been able to justify the cost of reopening, given lower foot traffic at Grand Central Terminal from tourists and commuters, according to a spokesperson for the restaurant.
Restaurants and bars across the city have been devastated by the pandemic, and rent in particular has been a sticking point. In August, close
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Less than two weeks after it reopened for indoor dining, the Grand Central Oyster Bar, one of New York City’s most famed restaurants, has closed its doors again—at least for the time being.
Officials with the dining spot, a fixture in Grand Central Terminal since the railway hub’s opening in 1913, said business was too slow at this point, defying their hopes and expectations. The restaurant, which shut down in mid-March because of the coronavirus pandemic, restarted operations when New York state allowed indoor dining to resume within the five boroughs on Sept. 30.
Oyster Bar officials said they knew it was never going to be an easy ride, given that the state had limited indoor dining to 25% capacity. But Executive Chef Sandy Ingber said the restaurant was still unable to fill tables to anywhere near that level in the short period since it had started again, with sales
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• BYOB Fitness, whose slogans have included “Build Your Own Body” and “Helping You Build the Best Version of Yourself,” opened in a former video store at 8231 Hohman Avenue in Munster.
The gym offers personal training, group classes, nutritional counseling, boot camps, and pop-up shops. It helps clients who want to build muscle, lose weight, change eating habits or just get coached by a trainer to reach their fitness goals.
Catering to both men and women, it offers certified instructors, full-body workouts, and live classes for all fitness levels. The fitness center offers private training and group classes such as yoga, core and cardio.
A retail section at the fitness center also sells items like tank tops, crew necks, face masks, water bottles and gym bags.
For more information, visit www.buildyourownbodybygina.com.
• Supermercado Durango just opened in Griffith.
The locally owned independent Mexican grocery store is now doing business