Pamplin Media Group – Miracle Ear expands and moves to new location

The Prineville Miracle Ear business center has begun to see patients at their new location on Northwest Third Street

The Prineville Miracle Ear business center in Prineville has recently moved across town to a new location.

Shanelle Vega, owner and hearing specialist, and also the franchise owner for Central Oregon, commented, “It’s an exciting change for us. Our service has only grown over the years in Prineville.”

She indicated that she has had the Central Oregon Miracle Ear business centers since 2011. She has centers in Madras, Bend, Redmond, Burns and Prineville. In 2014, when the business expanded to Prineville, they were previously located inside Central Oregon Eyecare. They bought the current building on Northwest Third Street.

“We have just grown so much, we decided to purchase the building there, and we are doing a remodel now. We will also allow other businesses to rent space out of there, should

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Suazo Business Center opens second location in Ogden

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – There are more opportunities for hopeful entrepreneurs thanks to a new center focused on helping minority-owned businesses thrive in Utah.

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The Suazo Business Center’s new Ogden City office is now officially open.

“We know exactly what it takes as somebody brand new to the country to get integrated into the community,” Suazo Business Center Executive Director Silvia Castro told ABC4 at a ribbon cutting for the new location Wednesday morning.

For nearly 20 years, the center has helped minority communities — specifically Hispanic and Latino entrepreneurs — establish and maintain more than 5,000 businesses like Ogden-based based shop Coffee Links Coffee House.

“They gave them some classes to get the basic knowledge of how to start a business,

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Her Recession: Bridal shop started through SNAP’s Women’s Business Center thrives, moves to new location

Bridal Shop
Charisse Kenion

SPOKANE, Wash. — Honest in Ivory and Dearly Consignment, bridal shops started through SNAP’s Women’s Business Center in 2018, have outgrown their old spaces and have moved to new locations.

Cassie Cleary, owner of both shops, said her businesses have grown greatly and now need twice the space for new wedding dresses.

The shops moved to 123 E. Sprague Avenue, which SNAP says is a “phenomenal contrast to the soft, delicate, and romantic look of bridal.”

While many businesses have been treading water during the pandemic, Cleary’s shops have not just been surviving — they have been thriving.

On top of the location move, Honest in Ivory has been selected for a third year in a row as the winners of The Knot Best of Weddings and Wedding Wire

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