Story + Photography by Tony Centonze
The March installment of Business After Hours was held at The Ruby Cora Event Center, where a large crowd who made the short drive to Adams, enjoyed some good old-fashioned networking.
Nathan Clark, co-owner of The Ruby Cora, was excited about the opportunity to host the always-popular Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce event.
“We are glad to do this,” Clark said. “We love this community and being members of the Chamber. This is a chance for us to bring everyone out and show them what we have done, and hopefully they will enjoy some good food and camaraderie.
Clark invited local food trucks to prepare and serve the food. Fire & Ice and The Crave offered an assortment of tasty items, available both inside and outside the building.
“We're very happy that we had a great crowd,” Clark said. “We were hoping everyone would get out and see the beauty of the farm, but as cold as it was outside we were not sure that would happen.”
The Ruby Cora is available for weddings and, birthdays, anniversary, and graduation parties. Clark describes the facility as “a modern space that is perfect for any type of event.”
More information about The Ruby Cora may be found at www.therubycora.com