Business Beat: Heritage Station shops to host holiday event
The Wild Ramp is joining other shops at Heritage Station in celebrating the holiday season with an event from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8.
Seasonal carolers and musicians will perform on the pavilion stage and stroll from shop to shop, and shoppers can vote on the best gingerbread house at The Wild Ramp. The contest entry is open to the community and free of charge. The Wild Ramp asks for original pieces and discourages the use of kits.
For more details or to enter the contest, visit the store or call 304-523-7267. The store also is selling gift certificates as a gift idea, along with its soaps, teas, locally roasted coffee, chocolates, honey, and jams. Local artisans have also supplied cards and other unique gifts made from up-cycled or agricultural material.
It also is selling West Virginia-raised 14- to 16-pound turkeys for the holidays. It's taking orders by phone at 304-523-7267. They'll be supplied by Gardner Farms in Waverly, W.Va.
The Wild Ramp also has announced new hours: From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays.
PET PALACE: Next spring, Pet Palace will move from its current spot at 335 9th St. across the street to 831 4th Ave., the old Morrison Department Store Building, which more recently was home to Club Babylon and Renaissance Bookstore.
"We'll have more floor space and more kennels," said Chris Mellert of Pet Palace. "We'll have half of the downstairs, and it's going to be cut in half."
Pet Palace offers grooming and boarding and is a retailer selling pets and supplies.
ON-SITE: OnSite Digital Radiology Services, LLC -- which will soon be offering mobile digital radiology wireless services -- has established its home in Hurricane. Its address is 300-C1 Prestige Park, Hurricane WV, 25526.
OnSite is owned by Richard Pulcrano and is expected to begin operating in December.
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