Hope and Anchor

Chris Lewels had a vision to create a place that was “a little bit off the grid, somewhere people could come and feel like they were on vacation – an escape – and a place where everyone is welcome.” Ten years later, Hope and Anchor is still that escape, and Lewels says that’s thanks to his staff and clients. “My employees and the amazing support of the community keep us going.”

4012 N. Mesa; 915-533-8010; hopeandanchorelpaso.com; @HopeAndAnchorSW on Facebook

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