Showtime Sports Academy

Robert and Dana York, and Rex and Lorie Humberson, owners of Showtime Sports Academy, welcome family, friends, and kids of all ages to the grand opening of Vidor’s newest sports facility.
This indoor batting facility is 8,000 square feet and includes six batting cages with four pitching machines and two pitching mounds, with an area for private or league parties. Showtime Sports Academy will also host CrossFit, private lessons and camps.
Located at 2401 Highway 12 in Vidor, hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 3:30-9 p.m., Saturday noon – 6 p.m., and Sunday 1-6 p.m.

Lamar State College – Orange honors Citizens of the Year

Recently, two employees were recognized for embracing the practice of giving back to the community. At the Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce banquet, Butch Campbell was honored as Citizen of the Year, while Charlotte Chiasson received the same honor at the 57th annual Bridge City Chamber of Commerce banquet.

Jerry Hughes Realty merges with American Real Estate ERA Powered

Jerry Hughes Realty of Orange is merging with American Real Estate ERA Powered of Beaumont.
According to a release by the two companies, the merger coincides with the retirement of brokers/owners Jerry and Loretta Hughes. His daughter-in-law, Debbie Hughes, who has had an active leadership in the firm for many years, will now serve as the Orange branch leader while continuing to serve in a sales capacity, the release states.
The full-service brokerage, which handles residential and commercial real estate, was responsible for more than $50 million in sales volume in 2016.

Port Arthur native to open new Cajun restaurant

Port Arthur native Tony Nguyen has become quite the entrepreneur. With two already established businesses in Port Arthur and one in Garden Grove, California, Nguyen is set to open Reel Cajun Seafood Restaurant & Bar at 7500 Twin City Highway.
“We will be a seafood restaurant and bar,” said Nguyen. “From Cajun eats to steaks and burgers for the non-seafood eaters.”
The location of Reel Cajun was once the Twin City Kia car dealership.