Texas EDC

Jarrell, TX Provides Small Business Grant for The Granary

A large gran silo with a sign on it reading The Granary which received a small business grant

Jarrell Economic Development Corporation’s Board of Directors unanimously approved a Type B Business Retention and Expansion small business grant for $25,000 for local, home-grown food, live entertainment, event, and tourism venue, The Granary. As a result, The Granary will be able to use the grant for property improvements, including a large grain silo top back-lit sign with The Granary, Jarrell, Texas prominently displayed. The grant will also allow a permanent shade structure to be built as part of the property improvements to allow for more comfortable outdoor seating for area locals and tourists.

“This small business grant will allow The Granary to purchase a beautiful, professional, lighted sign, which will provide substantial visibility from Interstate 35, encouraging out-of-towners to stop and explore Jarrell.” Owners and partners, Scott and Misty Murrah and Lynn and Cari Springfield

The Granary brings all of your favorite things together at one location: good drinks, good food, and good people. The Bar and BBQ at The Granary offer visitors a medley of drinks and serve some of the best barbecue around.

“The Jarrell EDC is excited with the opportunity to help this local business promote the awesome vitality of Jarrell. Local businesses are what make this area special. We are pleased to help further cement this relationship and look forward to the glowing future of Jarrell.” Jarrell Economic Development Board President, Wayne Cavalier

About Jarrell Economic Development Corporation (JEDC)

JEDC is a Type A Corporation and is authorized to do Type B activities through state law. .25% out of the 2% city sales tax supports the corporation and as a potential incentive source for incoming projects and community development. All projects considering Jarrell will be individually vetted for a custom incentive package including possible tax abatements so a true partnership can be formed to benefit both the business and the community. Criteria for consideration will include the number of jobs created, the average wage of those jobs, capital investment, the amount of new taxes generated, and project sustainability.


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