Restaurants in the Catskills

Success Stories

Greene County is a great place to build a successful business rooted in the fabric of a vibrant community. Steady economic growth, hard work and ingenuity, paired with support and resources has paved the way for a number of businesses, both large and small to establish a profitable location in our area. Check out some of the successful businesses located in Greene County, and read the latest news about businesses opening and expanding every day.

 

New Wine Bar Opens On Main Street Windham

October 1, 2015

A new wine bar recently opened in an 1824 Main Street Windham building once damaged by Tropical Storm Irene, located between the Post Office and the Windham Civic and Performing Arts Center.

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Refurbished 1950s Drive-In in Greenville, NY is More Than Just a Drive-In

August 5, 2015

The Greenville, NY Drive-In has been recently renovated to portray a 1950s drive-in in the modern day Catskills. However, the establishment doesn’t just operate as a drive-in. It’s serving up New York State-made treats at the snack bar and local beer at their soon-to-be beer garden, offering a new market to small businesses in the area.

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UCI Mountain Bike World Cup 2015 Held at Windham Mountain

August 3, 2015

Windham Mountain is the U.S. host for the Annual Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Mountain Bike World Cup from August 6 -9, 2015.

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Hunter Mountain, Greene County Chamber Large Business of the Year Award

July 2, 2015

Hunter Mountain has adapted to the changing times and needs of its visitors over the course of the 50+ years they’ve been accommodating skiers. More and larger ski lifts, a larger variety of trails and new and changing amenities continue to draw skiers and snowboarders of all ages and abilities to Hunter Mountain.

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Wellness Rx in Tannersville: a Patient-Centered Pharmacy

June 30, 2015

Congratulations on the grand opening of the new Wellness Rx pharmacy, located in the Astor House building on Tannersville’s Main Street. Its location reflects the values of the business. The community has been lacking a pharmacy since McManus Pharmacy closed several years ago, and Hunter-side residents either had to go to Windham or Cairo to get prescriptions filled. The Hunter Foundation was also instrumental in the recruitment of Wellness Rx to Tannersville, which is the company’s second location. Inside Wellness Rx, room is available for wellness seminars. Wellness Rx is also already a Lyme Disease Wellness Center.

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Kay Stamer, Greene County Chamber Distinguished Service Award

June 4, 2015

It’s a tremendous understatement to say that Kay Stamer has been very busy improving the Arts in Greene County! In addition to her duties as Executive Director of the Greene County Council on the Arts since 1982, she is program coordinator for the Arts Council’s Youth ArtsReach after-school workshops, and has also served to create and further the Arts-in-Education partnerships with schools in Greene, Columbia and Schoharie Counties. She oversees the County Initiative Program, which re-grants County funds to major Greene County cultural organizations. She managed the cultural side of the Riverside Market at the historic Catskill Point for ten years prior to the Market’s move to Main Street, Catskill. She was a founding member of the Arts Council in 1975, and served on its Board of Directors through 1980.

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John Shook, Greene County Business Man of the Year

June 2, 2015

It's official! John Shook, the new owner of the Porto-Shook Insurance Agency in Catskill, was named as the Greene County Chamber’s Business Man of the Year.

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The Greenville Drive-In Goes Digital for the 2015 Season

May 26, 2015

The new operators of the RT 32 Greenville Drive-In, Dwight Grimm and Leigh Van Swall of Preston Hollow, are eagerly awaiting their digital projector, which is scheduled to make its debut for the July 4th opening weekend. "We put half the money down, and our projector is currently down in Maryland and should be coming up," said Grimm in last Friday’s front-page Times Union article. A Kickstarter fundraising campaign will help meet the remaining cost of conversion to digital.

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Congratulations to Kirwan’s Game Store, 2015 Small Business of the Year

May 21, 2015

With the gaming industry booming all across the United States, Greene County is no exception to the popularity of gaming centers and their success. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that Kirwan’s Game Store in Catskill was named Small Business of the Year by the Greene County Chamber of Commerce.

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Congratulations to Catherine Rubinger, 2015 Business Woman of the Year

May 12, 2015

The Greene County Chamber of Commerce awarded Catherine Rubinger, owner of NAPA 5-Star Store Tannersville Auto Parts, with the 2015 Business Woman of the Year award.

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