South Side Business News & Notes
Golf Fitness Plus opening in Green
GREEN — Golf Fitness Plus LCC will bring together the latest in fitness equipment, golf technology and exercise physiology to improve clients’ golf performance, fitness and overall health, according to business owner Neal Hausch. The 2,000-square-foot golf performance facility will host a grand opening July 16.
The facility, located at 727 E. Turkeyfoot Lake Road, features a golf-specific performance gym with Life Fitness equipment from the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) in Oceanside, Calif. It offers clients the latest in golf technology, including K-Vest 3D wireless training, swing analysis technology and a full-size TruGolf simulator. TPI-certified training and golf instruction also will be available to individuals and groups.
Hausch is also a clinical exercise specialist and can help those coming back to the game after injuries or illnesses. He stated he has been working with K-Vest and the TPI for several years, providing training and instruction at various locations.
Hausch stated the Life Fitness equipment was used for four months at the TPI facility by PGA Tour professionals, and made available to him as part of a national competitive promotion sponsored by TPI.
For more information, call 330-603-6522 or visit www.golffitnessplus.com.
Clean Out King celebrating anniversary, expanding
NEW FRANKLIN — Clean Out King celebrated its one-year anniversary last month.
The business offers fast and friendly junk removal and residential clean-outs within 48 hours in the greater Akron/Canton areas, according to company owner and founder Nate King.
“I started this business while attending Kent State University to pursue a career in law enforcement and found that I really enjoy the work and helping people,” said King. “In the future, Clean Out King plans to expand our services and client base and continue to invest in clean technologies to provide the best in cleaning and debris removal in Northeast Ohio.”
The business began with projects that involved taking one or two truckloads of debris from a home and has grown to service cities, landlords and Realtors, with eco-friendly house clean-outs and junk removal services, according to King. The business’ customer base has nearly doubled to include more hoarder homes and businesses, he added.
“This year has been really outstanding for Clean Out King,” said King. “The great word of mouth and encouragement we’ve received from our customers has motivated us to continue doing what we do here, and that’s making the Akron/Canton area look good.”
The company has established working relationships with New Franklin, Coventry and other governmental agencies, and is looking to expand into more of Stark County this year, according to King.
For more information, call 330-949-6023 or visit www.cleanoutohio.com. The company also has a Facebook page.
Maria Lindsay contributed to these reports.
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