Thursday, November 1, 2012

Openings, Expansions, and Closings Around the State

Several new businesses opened their doors this month: 
  • Frontier Experience Center opened in Tri City. It allows customers to test and purchase TV and Internet services. It employs three people. The News-Review, 10/21/2012 
  • L3 Flooring opened in Madras. The Madras Pioneer, 10/24/2012 
  • New Suburbia, a store offering home-based organic gardening, home canning, and fowl raising supplies, opened in Beaverton. Portland Tribune, 10/10/2012 

A pair of companies expanded to new locations: 
  • Eugene-based Industrial Source will open a store in Roseburg. It produces and supplies medical and specialty gases, and welding and metal fabrication equipment. It will employ five people. The News-Review, 10/24/2012 
  • Oregon Institute of Technology opened a campus in Wilsonville. It offers degrees in clinical laboratory science, EMT paramedic programs, and electronics engineering technology. Herald and News, 10/18/2012 

And some businesses, mostly restaurants, closed: 
  • The Loop Café in Wilsonville closed. Wilsonville Spokesman, 10/25/2012 
  • Nibbley's on the Green in Klamath Falls closed. Employees will be transferred to other Nibbley's locations. Herald and News, 10/13/2012 
  • Kin Restaurant in Portland's Pearl District closed. The Oregonian, 10/28/2012 
  • Duffy's Hangar, a bar in south Salem, closed. Statesman Journal, 10/18/2012 
Get more business news in the latest issue of Around the State, and from our online search tool.

No comments: