Marble Falls Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce




Iconic Marble Falls restaurateur dies, leaves legacy

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John and Belinda Kemper (pictured here in 2019) hosted fish fry events over the years benefiting the Marble Falls Area EMS. Kemper, who was 67, died on May 14.




Special to The Highlander

An iconic entrepreneur – responsible for attracting visitors and providing a hometown venue for locals – has passed away at the age of 67.

Owner of the Blue Bonnet Cafe John Michi Kemper of Marble Falls died Thursday, May 14, due to complications associated with Parkinson’s disease.

“Our beloved owner and the patriarch of our family, John Kemper, died yesterday,” according to a statement from the Kempers. “We are heartbroken. … Please keep us in your thoughts and prayers.”


Business owners: Chamber U is for you

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Another new class of Chamber U, a continuing education program styled just for business owners will be held Tuesday, March 7, and this class aims at understanding Google analytics.

Sponsored by the Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of commerce, the class is open to the whole community but non-members will pay $25.

Zach Cochran of the Austin ad agency Door Number 3 will explain seamlessly activating data to improve online marketing campaigns.

Data collection and management with Google Analytics provides a single, comprehensive view of the customer that can be customized to individual needs and shared across an organization. Reports can be segmented and filtered to reflect the needs of a business and an array of reporting and analysis tools can help understand your customers from acquisition to purchase.

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