Business Briefs – May 2016

May 2016

Sole Reflections Reflexology has relocated its office to the Wake Forest Business Park effective April 1. The business now has space inside Health Points Acupuncture, located in Suite 833 D. Mary Margaret Steele, reflexologist, opened her practice in the fall of 2013. Sole Reflections provides innovative reflexology treatments to dissolve chronic pain, ease muscle tightness and even relieve conditions such as asthma, high blood pressure and insomnia. Steele continues to add new services including Reiki. Phone (919) 757-6116. Hours are Monday and Wednesday through Saturday. Find Sole Reflections online at www.sole-reflections.com and on Facebook. For more information, email Mary Margaret Steele at m2steele@aol.com.

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On April 5, Valerie Hoy opened the EdwardJones office at 6166 Rogers Road in Rolesville. The company helps clients with all types of financial planning, including estate considerations, education planning, IRAs, 401Ks, SEPs and Simple IRAs, traditional brokerage accounts, life insurance and long-term care insurance. Hoy is a certified financial planner with 11 years in the business. “We’re a full-service, holistic financial planner,” she said. “I love getting to know my clients, I love working with individuals and I love building relationships with people. I live in the area, so it’s nice to live and work and be a part of the same community.” To find out how she can help you, phone (919) 453-2369. Hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Find Valerie Hoy online at https://www.edwardjones.com/financial-advisor/index.html?CIRN=434354 or at Edward Jones Financial Advisor Valerie Hoy on Facebook.

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Ladies, are you looking for a new and exciting place to work out? Check out Burn Boot Camp-Wake Forest, located at Wakefield Commons, 14460 Falls of Neuse, Suite 25, where Blockbuster used to be. The facility opened its doors February 22. BBC has helped thousands of mothers get in shape and stay fit and healthy no matter what their busy schedules demand. The program is built on the philosophies of changing the participant’s mindset; engaging in burst training; working out in a positive, encouraging and motivating environment; balancing hormones through whole food nutrition; and building lean muscle mass through strength training. Owner-operator Kelly Dunn said, “We can take any fitness level and modify the workout to that level. We’re not a competitive program; you come in and do your personal best.” Monthly memberships include unlimited 45-minute camps along with complimentary full-body diagnostics, nutrition planning and safe, on-site childcare. Phone (984) 664-2228. Current hours are Monday through Friday 5-10:30 a.m. and 4-7 p.m. with a coed camp at 6 p.m. Saturday (coed camp, open to the public) 9-9:45 a.m. Find Burn Boot Camp-Wake Forest on the web at http://wakeforest.burnbootcamp.com and on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Business owner Brad Wilhelmy chose to open his new Supercuts salon at 946 Gateway Commons Circle, Gateway Commons, in Wake Forest because he knew it was a great location. “It’s just a beautiful place to open a salon,” said Wilhelmy, who opened the salon on March 19. “We get so many families that come in because we do men’s, women’s and kids’ cuts. This area feels like you’re in a nice hometown.” Beyond haircuts, styling and color, the salon also offers a range of services from relaxing tea tree scalp massages to waxing services. Not happy with your current hair color? Have it changed with full-color, highlights or gray-blending services. Wilhelmy is running sales on haircuts for the first year, and you can find out what the sales are by checking the sandwich board at the front of store or by checking the Facebook page. When the salon’s website is live, Wilhelmy will list the specials there as well. The Gateway Commons Supercuts currently has four stylists, and Wilhelmy hopes to have seven soon. “I hire only experienced stylists,” he said, “and we give them additional training to ensure that the quality and consistency of every haircut is the same no matter which Supercuts you go to. You’ll get first-rate quality at a value price every time.” To make an appointment, use the Supercuts app or phone (919) 263-1164. Hours are Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday noon to 5 p.m.