Small Business Spotlight

Small Business Spotlight: Patterson Creations, Attleboro

Small Business Spotlight: Patterson Creations, Attleboro

April 13, 2017

I had the opportunity to stop by Patterson Creations this week, located in the heart of Attleboro. The owner, Jermaine Patterson, a longtime Attleboro resident and retired Attleboro Police Officer, was kind enough to give me a tour of his multipurpose space. Patterson Creations is an art gallery, event and music venue that caters to the areas of art, business and community. They also offer a full bar and a food options for events such as fundraisers, showers or business meetings.

One of the most unique aspects of Patterson Creations is the art. If you’re an artist trying to get your work out for viewing, Patterson Creations offers the perfect stage. Jermaine charges no rental fees for the space and a small commission on art sold.  He also offers discounted rates for custom framing.

Since opening their doors three years ago, Patterson Creations has hosted many successful events, and Jermaine is always looking for more ways to expand in the community. Patterson Creations should soon offer a café, as well as potential outdoor event space in the near future.

If you are interested in hosting an event with Patterson Creations, or have any further questions for Jermaine, please visit www.pattersoncreations.com.

Small Business Spotlight: Extended Family, Wayland

Small Business Spotlight: Extended Family, Wayland

January 19, 2017

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This week I stopped by the office of Extended Family of Wayland, a home health care service owned by my constituents Michael and Victoria Abend. Extended Family’s mission is to help members age on their own terms by promoting independence, good health, and engagement in life. They offer in home services such as elder care advocacy, fitness and wellness programs, concierge services such as home maintenance, transportation and medical assistance, and around the clock care or hourly companionship.

With about 50 employees, Extended Family of Wayland is committed to top notch care coordination and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to respond to any request the customer.  Extended Family believes that every person is different, so they start with an initial assessment of the individual’s strengths and weaknesses. Together they formulate a plan for living an ageless lifestyle. There are goals involved and a quarterly reassessment to adjust, celebrate and reaffirm progress.

If you are looking for further information on Extended Family of Wayland, please don’t hesitate to contact their office at 508-318-4885 or visit their website at http://www.extendedfamilyofwayland.net/.

 

Small Business Spotlight: B. Fit Studios, Natick

Small Business Spotlight: B. Fit Studios, Natick

October 26, 2016

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On Monday, I had the privilege of visiting B. Fit Studios in Natick, for this week’s “Small Business Spotlight”. B. Fit is the only fitness studio in the area that caters specifically to children (ages 5+) and teens.

Owned by Kate Garabedian, a Natick resident, B. Fit Studios is determined to impact the lives of their clients through fitness, nutrition and stress management education. When they opened their doors in August, Kate knew her mission was to teach our youth a fun way to stay fit and be confident in who they are.

The B. Fit community provides an atmosphere where children can exercise in a fun and positive environment, without the pressure of being on a sports team. A big part of the training acknowledges and teaches the importance of appropriate effective physical fitness so that children can take it upon themselves to focus on their health later in life.

B. Fit Studios creates programs for all populations of children and teens and make appropriate, effective adjustments as their fitness improves. They also offer private training, sports team training and birthday parties.

For more information on B. Fit Studios and to learn more about their classes, please visit www.bfitstudios.com.

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