As previously mentioned, Sunday served as the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Frost Plaza, a community area at The Rock at La Cantera.
In addition to the ribbon-cutting, Spurs legend Manu Ginobili hosted a basketball clinic. There was a DJ, as well as lawn games, and family-friendly holiday activities.
SS&E Chief People, Impact & Belonging Officer Dr. Kara Allen, Frost CEO Phil Green, and SS&E Chief Commercial Officer Frank Miceli were all on hand to share in the festivities. Each addressed the crowd and celebrated the opening of the plaza as part of the ribbon-cutting team.
The Frost Plaza is now open and soon Jason Dady will premiere his newest restaurant Roca & Martillo an Italian restaurant “with South Texas inflections.”
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