The City Menus continues to grow its digital network by providing engaging content to our local communities. This year we have seen more than 13,600,000 combined digital web banner impressions from our impressive web traffic. Below are some stories that were the highest reaching along with other engaging content we shared on our social media platforms.
Carrollton Station, a new development under way at 1435 Highway 27 South in Carrollton, has been viewed by more than 100,000 people, which is the most for any story we have covered this year. The new development is now home to Tropical Smoothie Cafe and is also set to host Five Guys, PITA Mediterranean Street Food, and Supercuts. On December 30 we learned that Wingstop will no longer join this development. Click here to read the latest.
Construction Trio Unfolded in Bremen, another top-performing story of the year, reached more than 80,000 people. The story covers plans for a coffee and donut shop, sandwich shop, and a wireless retailer in Bremen. Click here to read about it.
Maple Street Krystal closed in October. The story reached more than 71,000 people. Click here to read about it.
Other top-performing content includes:
FuelTech Rebranded to Exxon and for one day only offered $1.99 gasoline to customers to celebrate the rebranding of the gas station.
Villa Rica Turning Lane Resurfaced at the intersection of Highway 61 north onto Interstate 20 eastbound. Since then, commuters have no longer dealt with the numerous potholes and roughened surface that had existed. Click here to read about it.
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