Thursday, March 1, 2012

Variety is the Spice of Business Life Around the State

This week's Around the State brings us an interesting assortment of new business announcements:
  • High Life Adventures, the North Coast's first ecotour zip line business, will open in Warrenton in June. The Daily Astorian, 2/9/2012
  • Moondoggy Daycare and Spa, a dog boarding business, opened in Newport. News-Times, 2/29/2012

  • Childroots Northwest LLC, a day care and school, will open in northwest Portland. Portland Business Journal, 2/24/2012
  • Yesterday's Magazines and Things opened in Roseburg. It specializes in vintage magazines, vinyl records, and comic books from the '70s and '80s. The News-Review,
In other news, it seems that gourmet meat retailers are doing well -- two of these companies plan to expand over the next year:

  • Werner Gourmet Meat Snacks in Tillamook expanded its production facility and expects to add 10 to 15 workers over the next year. It currently has 70 employees. Headlight-Herald, 2/15/2012

  • Stafford's Custom Meats in Elgin will expand its operation after receiving approval from the USDA to operate a slaughterhouse facility. It plans to add four employees. The Observer, 2/21/2012
Read this week's full issue of AtS, or use or search tool to find out more about business announcements in your area.

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