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Member of the Month – Daniel Frankel

By Abigail Quigley | October 3, 2018

While Mr. Daniel Frankel may not have started out with a plan in the restaurant business in 2001, he certainly didn’t stay without direction for long. A self-described “failed filmmaker,” Mr. Frankel found tremendous success flexing his creative muscle and entrepreneurial spirit creating and executing concepts: Mill Marine Bistro & Bar, Pirate Pub, Prospect Point, Read More

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Terminal City Times – October 2018

By Abigail Quigley | October 2, 2018

Click here to read the October 2018 issue of Terminal City Times!   DEAR FELLOW MEMBERS, September 30 marks the end of Terminal City Club’s fiscal year. It has been a very successful year, with preliminary results showing that our business objectives have been met or exceeded on almost all of our Key Performance Indicators. Auditors from Smythe Read More

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Member of the Month – Duane Sharman

By Abigail Quigley | September 5, 2018

The ocean has always been a source of wonder for Mr. Duane Sharman. When he first swam out to the coral reefs in Maui 30 years ago, he was struck by the incredible biodiversity of life. “From that first contact, I have always enjoyed diving into the richness of the reef environment,” he says. “Coral Read More

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Terminal City Times – September 2018

By Abigail Quigley | August 31, 2018

                Click here to read the September 2018 issue of Terminal City Times! Dear fellow members, September means the beginning of shorter and cooler days, and the end of our fiscal year. But the summer weather isn’t quite gone, and I hope that you are making the most of your Read More

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Member of the Month – Darcy Wray

By Abigail Quigley | August 3, 2018

Decisions made in a bar usually get a bad rap, but in Mr. Darcy Wray’s case, one particular decision—to pursue law school—set him on a path to success. “From there, I knew I was going to be a solicitor,” he says. “By the time people approach a litigator, everything has blown up. But for a Read More

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