AJ’s Walleye Lodge unveils new restaurant project
LAKE GOGEBIC — AJ’s Walleye Lodge in the Lake Gogebic area announced that they recently broke ground on a new expansion project which will include a lakefront bar and grill scheduled to open late 2019.
AJ’s Bar & Grill is going to be a new facility, but will also preserve some local area history as the bar will use the former back bar from the Crossing Inn in Wakefield which closed last year.
Jim, Mary Beth and Anthony Eismueller purchased the Walleye Lodge in 2012 and have been consistently upgrading the property since that time.
A liquor license was purchased in 2014 and is currently in escrow waiting for a suitable venue.
“We feel this restaurant will enhance the experience we deliver to our guests and create another reason for tourists to want to visit and want to return,” Mary Beth DeFazio said in a press release.
The project is expected to create seven new jobs at the resort, four of which are projected to be full-time positions.
AJ’s Walleye Lodge is located at 35131 M-29, Lake Gogebic, Michigan.
Honor launches new website
MARQUETTE — Honor Credit Union recently announced the launch of a new website at HonorCU.com.
The updated, modern look at HonorCU.com provides a simplified menu with four main categories: Personal, Business, Resources and About. The pages under each main category cover all of Honor’s financial solutions and are organized to make it easy for members to shop and compare products and services.
Blog posts and answers to frequently asked questions have also been added throughout the website to assist current and potential members in making more informed financial decisions. Visitors to the site will experience an enhanced mobile browser. It will also be easier to access current rates and engage with their Virtual Member Center via live chat or text. Additionally, embedded tools will be available for members to quickly calculate monthly earned interest and loan payments.
“We’re excited to launch the fresh, new digital face of Honor Credit Union with an emphasis on making it easier for our members to interact with us wherever they may be,” Honor’s CEO Scott McFarland said in a press release. “In our increasingly connected world, we know the importance of providing both physical and virtual locations for our members to easily conduct their financial transactions.”