Sushi Awaji inks lease at Preston Park Village
Plano, Texas Jacksonville, Fla.-based Regency Centers said Monday it has leased space to Sushi Awaji in Preston Park Village shopping center, in Plano, Texas.
The sushi and Korean barbeque restaurant leased 2,695 sq. ft. and is slated to open in December.
The 268,391-sq.-ft. Preston Park Village is anchored by a Tom Thumb supermarket along with Chico’s, Williams-Sonoma, James Avery, Ann Taylor, Gap and Panera Bread.
Ford Motor Co. executive to deliver keynote address at annual CEA show
NEW YORK The Consumer Electronics Association announced that the president and chief executive officer of Ford Motor Co., Alan Mulally, will deliver the opening keynote address at the 2010 International CES.
The world’s largest consumer technology tradeshow will take place January 7-10, 2010, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“Alan Mulally has positioned Ford as a leading innovator in the automotive industry, and we are pleased to welcome him back to CES,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA. “For the auto industry and all other businesses that use technology, CES is the single must-attend event where business gets done.”
In addition to the Ford keynote stage, the 2010 CES will prominently feature the latest in-vehicle technologies including advancements in portable GPS, location based services, in-car video, wireless technology and integrated products for combining entertainment with navigation and security. Sales of in-vehicle technology are expected to top $9.3 billion in 2009.
Some of CES’ major in-vehicle electronics exhibitors include: AT&T CruiseCast by RaySat Broadcasting Corp, Directed Electronics, Dual Electronics Corporation, InstallerNet Inc., Kenwood USA, Kia Motors, Metra, Mitek, Pioneer and Scosche.
Flu bug bites Target, too
Target has joined the growing ranks of retailers and clinic operators nationwide looking to capitalize on the public’s paranoia regarding the H1N1 flu virus.
Seasonal flu vaccinations have become available at Target Pharmacy stores around the country, the retailer announced Monday.
Target said vaccinations began Sunday and will be available at the pharmacies every day during pharmacy hours throughout the flu season, administered by pharmacists for $24.
“Target Pharmacy is a convenient, affordable option for patients looking to keep themselves and their families healthy this flu season,” Target SVP Keri Jones said in a statement. “By offering vaccinations with no appointment necessary, Target aims to make parents’ lives a little easier.”
Earlier this month, Target announced that their stores and clinics would provide vaccinations for customers.