Area Business News
Ken Houtz Chevrolet-Buick, Inc., in Gloucester held a successful promotion Saturday.
This is the third year that the bipartisan group has visited localities to meet with business leaders.
Platsis worked for over seven years as a massage therapist for Riverside’s Middle Peninsula Wellness and Fitness Center.
The grant awards total nearly $40,000.
He joined the business in early September.
The company is in the midst of setting up the former showroom as a warehouse for its plumbing and heating/ventilation/air conditioning operations.
Changes are evident throughout the large building.
The semi-annual program encourages residents to spend their money at local, independently-owned shops and restaurants.
The loan fund will operate as a separate entity with its own board of directors.
The new business is a satellite firm affiliated with Precision Fabrication.
It’s the first Airsoft store in Gloucester.