May 22, 2013 — Grayson Chamber member Patty Martin, left, holds one end as owners Millis Wolfe, Dustin Burchett, Philip Greene, and Hugh McDavid, from left, participate during the ribbon cutting ceremonies held Monday, May 20 at Action Tires and Services. Jeannie Marshall, office manager-secretary for the business, holds the other end of the ribbon. The business is located at 1101 S State Highway 7 in Grayson, the former location of Grayson Tire and Service Center, and will host a Grand Opening celebration on Saturday, May 25 from 8 to 5:30 p.m. However, from 1 to 2 p.m. the celebration will halt for an hour for the annual Grayson Memory Days parade, resuming at 2 p.m. Three bands will provide live music, including headliners Dustin Burchett and Southern Ground. The activities will feature gift card giveaways, door prizes, kids’ entertainment, food and door prizes, plus provide an opportunity for visitors to learn more about the new business and its owners. (Photo by Dan Duncan)
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