Owners Scott and Laura McKay of Noblesville will introduce a new gathering place/restaurant concept by blending casual dining within a financial educational environment.
Online PR News – 14-August-2009 – – Street will soon meet Main Street in Historic Downtown Noblesville at the Traders Café. Owners Scott and Laura McKay of Noblesville will introduce a new gathering place/restaurant concept by blending casual dining within a financial educational environment. To understand the business model, think along the lines of a sports bar, with big screen TV’s and good food, but switch the channel to CNBC while eating casual American cuisine such as soups, salads and chicken wings in a non-smoking wall street motif atmosphere.
In addition to serving meals and making deals, Traders Café will also offer memberships that will allow participation in workshops, mentoring, and classes while networking and interacting with other Traders Café members. “I hope to help all levels of investors understand how the market works and how to better protect and expand their current investment. This business model is the first of its kind in the country”, said Scott McKay, a professional financial advisor with 15 years experience.
Traders Café is opening their doors the week of August 10th in 2,500 square feet on the east side of Historic Noblesville Square at 68 N. 9th Street. They can also be reached via telephone at 317-504-4631. For additional information, contact Judi Johnson at (317) 776-6345 or email@example.com.