Greater Mid-City Business Association Announces Nominees For 2018 Awards


NEW ORLEANS — The Greater Mid-City Business Association (GMCBA) announces the nominees for the following awards:

Mid-City Business of the Year Nominees
Mark’s Mid-City Service Station
Neyow’s Creole Café
The Krewe of Endymion

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Mid-City Person of the Year Nominees
Stephen & Pauline Patterson of Treo
Councilmember Susan Guidry

Last year’s winners were Friends of Lafitte Greenway and Jay Nix of Parkway Bakery.

Winners will be announced at the upcoming GMCBA annual State of Mid-City Luncheon to be held May 15 from 11:30 a.m to 1 p.m. at the Cannery, 3803 Toulouse Street. At this luncheon, over 50 local business owners and association members will get the opportunity to network. The event will feature New Orleans City Council members Joe Giarusso and Jay Banks and NOPD 1st District Commander Hans Ganthier as guest speakers, with others to be confirmed.

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Tickets for the event are $20. To purchase tickets, visit the event’s page at

Who:               Greater Mid-City Business Association  
What:              Annual Membership Luncheon featuring addresses by City Leaders
                        Council Member Jay Banks
                        Council Member Joe Giarusso
                        NOPD 1st District Commander Hans Ganthier
                        Awards to Mid-City Business of the Year and Person of the Year

When:             Tuesday May 15, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
                        Tickets are $20 online at or at the door.

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Where:             The Cannery, 3803 Toulouse Street, New Orleans, Louisiana

Why:                Annual update from city hall regarding issues confronting Mid-City businesses and recognizing contributors to the neighborhood.

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