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Vet clinic adds new boarding center

Jan. 30, 2014 @ 07:09 AM

Vet clinic adds new boarding center

Chad Brown with Brown’s Veterinary Clinic at 300 McGinnis Drive in Wayne has announced the grand opening of a new Agility boarding and grooming center.

The grand opening will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1, at the center, in the Wal-Mart Plaza next to the veterinarian’s office. The public is invited to visit the center.

BOB EVANS: The Bob Evans at 606 3rd Ave. in Huntington will have a grand reopening Sunday, Feb. 2, after undergo­ing renovation, according to a company statement.

Bob Evans Farms recently renovated more than half of its 562 restaurants, referring to the overhauls as a “The Farm-Fresh Refresh” program.

The modeling includes a new look to the interior and exterior of each restaurant, as well as features for busy families, like the “Taste of the Farm Bakery” offering baked goods, a dedi­cated carry-out area for quick meals to go and gift card dis­pl ays .

The franchise hopes to have refurbished all of its restaurants by the end of April.

Bob Evans began its remodel­ing campaign in 2010.

MIDLAND INTERACTIVE: Local design agency contractor King & Co. announced that it will relaunch as Midland Interac­t ive .

“We have undergone some major changes to our service offerings and felt that it was time for a new look,” said Josh King, chief creative officer, in a written statement.

In mid-December, the com­pany started preparing for the launch and in early January, King & Co. started officially doing business as Midland Interactive. King & Co. started in 2006.

The company is a contrac­tor to agencies and companies seeking help with their clients’ websites, branding and social media profiles.
 

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