Flour Bluff Business Association president, Jennifer Welp, awarded Funtrackers the Keep It in the Bluff Spotlight Business of the Month certificate at its regular monthly meeting on June 14, 2017, at the Speedway Cafe’ inside the Funtrackers park. Christina Franklin, Sales and Marketing Manager of Funtrackers, accepted the award, along with Billy Warr, Regional Director of Operations at Family Entertainment Group. Family Entertainment purchased Funtrackers a little over three years ago, according to Warr, who added, “I had never been to Corpus Christi, and I fell in love with the area. It has a great small-town feel. I’m glad to be here and glad to be a part of it.”
Funtrackers, voted #1 for kids parties in Best of the Best by the Caller-Times readers for three years in a row, offers a wide variety of entertainment packages. In addition to catering to kids and offering birthday party packages, they also provide school trip packages and corporate/team building packages to fit any budget. “We’re super excited,” added Franklin, “that we were able to kick off a whole new corporate package.” Franklin went on to say that foods more suitable to the adult palate, along with adult beverages, are available and that the adults will have just as much fun with or without the kids. “Give us a call and let us show you how we can make your adult event a little more fast and a little more fun,” said Franklin. “We are here for any kind of event.”
For more information about the park or to book your event, visit the website at www.funtrackers.com, call directly (361-937-9400), or stop by and visit with the staff at 9605 S. Padre Island Drive, Corpus Christi (corner of SPID and Flour Bluff Drive).
Retired from education after serving 30 years (twenty-eight as an English teacher and two years as a new-teacher mentor), Shirley enjoys her life with family and friends while serving her community, church, and school in Corpus Christi, Texas. She is the creator and managing editor of The Paper Trail, an online news/blog site that serves to offer new, in-depth, and insightful responses to the events of the day. She also writes and edits for The Texas Shoreline News, a Corpus Christi print newspaper.