Thursday, January 27, 2011

A Variety of New Businesses Around the State

There's a little something for everyone among the new business announcements in Around the State this week.

Kinsington Place, a 15-bed memory care facility opened in Grants Pass. It employs 10 people. Grants Pass Daily Courier, 1/13/2011

The Dog Bark opened in south Salem. It offers doggie daycare, boarding, and grooming services. Statesman Journal, 1/25/2011

Bishops Barbershop opened near Bridgeport Village in Tualatin. The Oregonian, 1/4/2011

The Marilyn Room, a lounge featuring live music, opened in Bend. The Bulletin, 1/21/2011
Precision Body & Paint opened in Bend. It employs seven people. Cascade Business News, 1/19/2011

Grow Big, Inc., a horticulture supply store, opened in Nehalem. It sells indoor gardening supplies, hydroponic systems, and greenhouses. It also offers weekly gardening classes. Headlight-Herald, 1/19/2011

Melton Gallery & Studio opened in Carlton. It specializes in photography, paintings, pottery, sculptures, and jewelry. News-Register, 1/5/2011

And the grand finale -- something for everyone in one location:

Old Town Square will open in July in Wilsonville. Tenants will include First Tech Credit Union, Go Wireless, Great Clips, Mango Tango Frozen Yogurt Treat, McMenamins Restaurant, Perfect Look, Vivid Nails Salon, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Subway, and Oswego Grill. Wilsonville Spokesman, 12/30/2010

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