Calling All Facebook Users

11350418_725026650958255_3122986834062470309_nLevel Rite Concrete uses Facebook to post regular updates and it would be great if you can join the 300+ people who like our page!

Reason #1 – It’s fun We share things that make us laugh and make us happy, hopefully they will do the same for you.

Reason #2 – It’s useful We share our concrete care, decorative floor systems, clean and seal your concrete services and neighborhood news – meaning you will never be stuck thinking about what do I do with my ugly concrete EVER again.

Reason #3 – You can wear your PJ’s there Okay this isn’t an ‘excellent’ reason, but seriously, you can where your PJ’s whilst visiting our page, we won’t judge. (more…)

Morning Business Hour

IMG_4120Discussing Local Business

Thank you Andrew Kyres, Vice President of First Financial Bank, for putting together a wonderful morning business hour.  It was a great opportunity to network with our peers and learn about tools and resources that can help us build and grow our business! The featured speaker was District 1 U.S. Congressman Peter J. Visclosky.  He talked about the state of local business, the economy and current issues before the United States Congress.  Congressman Visclosky is an advocate for major economic development projects in Northwest Indiana.  He talked extensively about the recapitalization of the South Shore Rail line, the Gary/Chicago International Airport and the Marquette Plan (his lakeshore investment strategy).  It was great to hear in all the discussions with some great audience questions.


Happy St. Patrick’s Day

CHICAGO - MARCH 11: Workers spread an orange powder to dye a downtown section of the Chicago River green to begin the city's St. Patrick's Day celebration March 11, 2006 in Chicago, Illinois. The tradition of dying the river dates back over 40 years. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! The annual Chicago river dyeing (last Saturday) was an experience.  The dyeing of the river has been a tradition for many generations and lots of folks were dressed in green to see the action live. Created with a concoction by the Plumbers Local Union 130.

The Irish population was growing steadily in Chicago by the mid-1800s, but it wasn’t until the next century that St. Patrick’s Day took hold of the city every March. The city’s first parade was held in 1956, five years before the river started flowing green. We took a look at just how that tradition got started.