The Edmond Economic Development Authority (EEDA) recently featured Perk Place Café in the September 2017 issue of EEDA’s newsletter, The Arrow. The Arrow is a monthly newsletter emailed to approximately 2,000 subscribers. Featured businesses also receive a commemorative arrow to recognize their participation.
“The featured business portion of The Arrow was created as an outlet for the EEDA to further support and promote the Edmond business community,” said Janet Yowell, EEDA executive director. “We were pleased to share Perk Place Café’s story with the readers of The Arrow.”
Perk Place Café specializes in breakfast, lunch and catering. The café offers a free coffee hour Monday through Saturday from 7 to 8 a.m., during which donations are collected for a different charity each month. A portion of all sales is also donated to various local charities.
“We love Edmond because it gives us the opportunity to be a part of a growing community for both family and business,” said Natalie Meyer, owner of Perk Place Café. “The Arrow was a great opportunity to tell our story.”
The EEDA exists to offer resources that stimulate the growth of Edmond’s economy by creating and maintaining an optimum environment for both new and existing businesses, offering services that facilitate the growth and expansion of those businesses and generating opportunities to increase the sales tax base of the city of Edmond.