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June 2016

Put the Pedal to the Metal on Saving Money

"When I take her to the track she really shines
(Giddy up giddy up 409).
She always turns in the fastest times
(Giddy up giddy up 409).
My four-speed, dual-quad Posi-traction 409."

- Beach Boys, 1962 

A song that works in “four-speed, dual-quad Posi-traction 409” driven by richly layered harmonies and credited for shoving the hot rod music craze into gear deserves recognition (try writing lyrics featuring limited slip differentials). 

Listening to the Beach Boys croon over a 409 cubic-inch beast of a Chevrolet engine (zero to 60 in four seconds flat) is inspiration enough to get your vehicle in shape for summer. And Christian Brothers Automotive at Memorial Dr. and Eldridge Parkway has a Member Deal to help. 

Click here to filter off $10 from any oil change (you know you need one) or $25 from repairs or service $75 or more. It’s a discount designed to help get you to the beach in smooth-running style. 

Christian Brothers vehicle maintenance motto? “Love your neighbor as yourself.” 

If you’d rather sun beside two resort-style swimming pools steps away from a domicile with well-appointed interiors, Parkside at Memorial luxury apartment homes has a Member Deal for you. Click here for $200 off the first-month’s rent. 

Straddling Terry Hershey Park on a quiet side street, Parkside at Memorial offers new one-, two- and three-bedroom luxury apartment homes, as well as three-story townhome rentals in the heart of The Energy Corridor at 777 S. Mayde Creek Drive. Besides its resort pools, Parkside at Memorial offers a spacious fitness center, a resident recreation room and lounge, and other amenities – not to mention a front door open to miles of nearby hiking and biking trails. 

Ready to grab more great summer bargains from local businesses in The Energy Corridor? Browse and download Member Deals here

And if you own a business, restaurant or service provider in The District, boost your customers with a four-barrel carburetor of a deal by contacting Rachael Weaver, community relations coordinator for The Energy Corridor District, at

June 2016 Articles

Delayed by Massive Rainfall, $72 Million Addicks & Barker Dam Rehabilitation Remains USACE Priority

Frustrated Motorists, Not Rain, a Factor as City’s $40MM Memorial Drive Rebuild Marches Onward

Conversation on Multimodality Stirs Ideas to Solve Future Transportation Needs for West Houston

“Energy Corridor Living” Magazine Launches

Put the Pedal to the Metal on Saving Money

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