Business Briefs: Resale Home Store to open
September 28, 2012 7:06PM
Updated: November 1, 2012 6:14AM
CREST HILL — New Uses, The Resale Home Store, will open Saturday at 1701 N. Larkin Ave., in the Hillcrest Shopping Center.
The shop will sell a variety of furniture and home goods and it will pay cash for used items. For more information, go to www.newuses.com.
No fee at Curves
Curves fitness clubs are waiving the fee to join from Monday through Oct. 14 for new members who show proof of a mammogram performed within the last year or who donate $25 to The American Cancer Society. The Curves campaign coincides with Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For more information visit www.curves.com.
Glass art demonstration
JOLIET — Artist Sue Regis will demonstrate blown glass art at The Department Restaurant and Liquor Lounge from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday. She free demonstration will be accompanied by a live acoustic performance.
Physical therapist opens
JOLIET — Athletico Physical Therapy has opened at 2793 Black Road. It offers physical therapy, sports medicine, work rehabilitation, work conditioning, functional capacity evaluations, video gait analysis and video throwing analysis. Lynn Stefanich-Bigelow of Joliet is the regional manager. Physical therapist Matt Mickas will serve as the facility manager.
Sewer service anniversary
JOLIET — R&R Septic and Sewer Service at 24451 Black Road is celebrating 35 years in business. Brothers Brian and Mark Ratkovich opened the business in 1978. The company has grown from septic pumping and small repairs to new septic/sewer/water line installations, sewer rodding and televising, hydro-jetting, combination jet-vac cleaning, ejector/sump pump installation, mechanical system service contracts and smoke testing. The company’s motto is: “We’re #1 in a #2 Business.”
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