MILFORD: Subway is closing about 500 stores in the US on the back of the closure of 800 stores. Reports by Bloomberg news said that Subway's sales fell 4.4 percent last year.
The strategy released by Suzanne Greco CEO that company to upgrade some locations to more higher profile locations.
Greco told Bloomberg, “we want to be sure that we have the best location,” Greco told Bloomberg. “We focused in the past on restaurant count. We’re focused now on strengthening market share.”
Milford: The craft beer business continues to pour out new efforts with Milford Point Brewing opening-for-business on April 7, its the city’s first brewery.
Located at 230 Woodmont Road, co-owners Jerry Candido and Chris Willett say they are focused on “serving great-tasting local craft beer to local craft beer drinkers.”
“We’re giving folks in Milford and the surrounding communities a great-tasting, homegrown craft beer option,” said Candido who is a West Haven native and currently resides in Milford.
Milford Point Brewing calls itself a nano-brewery, meaning that it produces beer in small batches – three barrels or smaller, it says “ focusing on quality over quantity.”
The Connecticut Arts Endowment Fund (CAEF) awarded 772,121 to 132 organizations across the stat. Qualifying groups had to raised more than $15,000 in contributions from non-governmental sources for two consecutive fiscal years. The CAEF is managed by the Office of the State Treasurer and the interest earned on the Fund's principal is distributed annually to eligible arts organizations through the Connecticut Office of the Arts.