Grand Openings

BODY FOCUS HOLDS GRAND REOPENING IN CROMWELL

December 8, 2016

(Cromwell, CT.)  Chairman Gregory Shook of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce announced that a ribbon cutting was held for Body Focus Therapeutic Massage & Ashiatsu located at 309 Main Street, in Cromwell on Thursday, December 8, 2016, at 9 a.m. Body Focus Therapeutic Massage strives to rejuvenate clients through massage therapy to help them live healthier, happier lives. This time, it wasn’t a client that recently needed a healing touch and rejuvenation, but her newest office inside a classic train car, that’s nearing completion.

“While looking for a new office location I was drawn to a unique opportunity where I could call upon a desire to rejuvenate and transform something old into something modern. When I stumbled upon the classic trains at “The Depot” in Cromwell, I saw an opportunity to take something that was cold, unfeeling and industrial and turn it into a warm, inviting massage office,” said Owner of Body Focus Santina Giuliano.

“Santina Giuliano, Owner of Body Focus Therapeutic Massage & Ashiatsu is a great chamber member who seeks to be involved in the Cromwell community. We are excited to officially welcome her to the business’ newest office at the historic Cromwell Depot with town officials. We wish her the best of luck at this new location,” said Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce President Larry McHugh.

Body Focus Therapeutic’s Cromwell office is located at 309 Main Street in Cromwell. Additional information about Body Focus can be found on http://www.bodyfocusCT.com as well as Facebook. Office hours are by appointment only.
Body Focus Therapeutic Massage & Ashiatsu had a ribbon cutting at its new location in Cromwell inside of a classic train at “The Depot” in Cromwell. From left to right appears: Founder Partner of the Monarch Consulting Group Bill Hochsprung Jr., Cromwell Director of Planning & Development Stuart B. Popper, Cromwell Police Chief Denise Lamontagne, Town of Cromwell Allan Spotts, Cromwell Mayor Enzo Faienza, Owner of Body Focus Therapeutic Massage & Ashiatsu Santina Giuliano, Chairman of the Middlesex Chamber’s Cromwell Division Jay Polke, Co-chair of the Cromwell Downtown Merchants Association Rodney Bitgood, Johnson Real Estate’s Glen I. Johnson and Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce President Larry McHugh
SERVPRO OF MIDDLETOWN/NEW BRITAIN HOLDS A BUSINESS EXPANSION AND 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

November 2, 2016

(Middletown, CT.)  Chairman Gregory Shook of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce announced that a Business Expansion and 10 Year Anniversary Celebration was held for SERVPRO of Middletown/New Britain located at 362 Industrial Park Road - Unit #3 in Middletown on November 2 at 4 p.m.

Since 1967, Servpro has specialized in the cleanup and restoration of residential and commercial property after a fire, smoke or water damage.

"Servpro is a great chamber member and we enjoyed celebrating their newly renovated facility with General Manager Al Conroy and his team,” said Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce President Larry McHugh.
SERVPRO of Middletown/New Britain held a Business Expansion and 10 year anniversary celebration on November 2 at their location in Middletown. From left to right appears Middletown Small Business Development Counselor Paul Dodge, Owner of SERVPRO of Middletown/New Britain Gary Edwards, Middletown Mayor Dan Drew, General Manager Alfred Conroy, Office Manager Jennifer Waldron, Accounts Liaison Marie Leavitt and Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce President Larry McHugh.
WAVES HOLDS GRAND OPENING

October 24, 2016

(East Hampton, CT.)  Chairman Gregory Shook of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce announced that a Grand Opening was held for WAVES located at 26 E High Street in East Hampton  on Monday, October 24, 2016 at 3 p.m.

WAVES, a nautical-themed restaurant opens at the location of the former Governor’s Tavern, named after East Hampton native Connecticut Governor William O'Neill. Angelico’s Lake House owner Paul Angelico recently took over the lease for the former tavern on Route 66 and celebrated its restoration and reopening. WAVES offers American-fare cuisine in a maritime-themed atmosphere with while still paying respect to former Gov. O’Neill and the history of the town.

“Paul Angelico, Owner of WAVES and Angelico’s Lake House Restaurant, is a great business owner and chamber member. We wish him the best of luck at this new restaurant. We know it will have terrific food and service,” said Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce President Larry McHugh.
A Grand Opening was held for WAVES, a nautical-themed American fare restaurant was held in East Hampton, CT on October 24. Larry McHugh President of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce joined the Owner of WAVES Paul Angelico with his staff and local officials including East Hampton Town Manager Michael Maniscalco, East Hampton Councilor Peter Brown, East Hampton Councilor Melissa Engel, East Hampton Councilor Kevin Reich and State Senator Art Linares. Nikki O'Neill, wife of late Connecticut Governor William A. O'Neill cut the ribbon at WAVES. The O’Neill family once owned a bar at the building when it was known as O'Neill’s Taproom.
SELECT PHYSICAL THERAPY HOLDS GRAND OPENING IN MIDDLETOWN

September 27, 2016

(Middletown, CT.)  Chairman Gregory Shook of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce announced that a Grand Opening was held for Select Physical Therapy located at 140 Main Street - Unit 4B (Metro Square) in Middletown on September 27 at 4 p.m.

Select Physical Therapy is part of the Select Medical Outpatient Division, a nationally prominent, locally driven provider of outpatient physical rehabilitation. 
 
"We enjoyed celebrating with Ben Simaitis, Bill Foster, and the entire Select Physical Therapy team. We wish them nothing but the best moving forward,” said Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce President Larry McHugh.
Select Physical Therapy held a Grand Opening on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at their location in Middletown on 140 Main Street-Metro Square. From left to right appears: Middletown Small Business Development Director Paul Dodge, Vice President for Select Physical Therapy Mark Gombotz, Physical Therapist Ryan K. Delp, Middletown Mayor Daniel Drew, Physical Therapist Ben Simaitis, Market Manager for Select Physical Therapy William Foster and President of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce Larry McHugh. photo credit to: Sandy Aldieri, Perceptions Photography
MIDDLETOWN SHADES AND BLINDS HOLDS A GRAND OPENING

September 22, 2016

(Middletown, CT.)  Chairman Gregory Shook of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce announced that a Grand Opening was held for Middletown Shades and Blinds located at 386 Main in Middletown on September 22 at 4 p.m.

Middlesex Shades & Blinds located in Main Street Market Middletown has a selection of the Hunter Douglas brand of window treatments, offering the full selection of Hunter Douglas blinds, shades, and shutters.
 
"We enjoyed celebrating this new venture with Mike Uliano and his team and wish him nothing but the best moving forward,” said Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce President Larry McHugh.
Middlesex Shades and Blinds held a grand opening on Thursday, September 22, 2016 with Middletown city and business officials at their location in Main Street Market, 386 Main Street. From left to right appears President of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce Larry McHugh, Owner Mike Uliano, Middletown Mayor Dan Drew, Middletown Small Business Development Counselor Paul Dodge and Owner Vincent Carta.

 

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