Business is booming in Westlake

Meg Sullivan from the West Shore Chamber experiences a cryochamber with the help of Cryo-Freeze owner Jamie Cindia.

The West Shore Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed several new businesses to the city of Westlake, all offering something new to the residents. Our first event was Sept. 22 at the Holiday Inn Express on Clemens Road, with residents and guests enjoying a lovely grand opening party and ribbon cutting. Westlake Mayor Dennis Clough, Chamber Executive Director John Sobolewski and General Manager Cynthia Eckrich joined the hotel owners in a champagne toast to the new hotel and then officially opened the doors. This full-service hotel offers a variety of room sizes, swimming pool, exercise area and a full breakfast.

The following day, Cryo-Freeze Health & Recovery, located at 25963 Detroit Road, held its grand opening and ribbon cutting. Westlake's Director of Public Service, Paul Quinn, stepped in for Mayor Clough and joined Sobolewski and the Cindia family in opening their new business. Cryo-Freeze offers cryotherapy which is used by most athletic teams, professional and collegiate, and others to speed the recovery from injuries. People can benefit from the therapy by gaining a reduction of inflammation, muscle soreness and pain, as well as a boost in energy and immunity. All guests of the open house received a complimentary trial in the machine.

The world headquarters of American Greetings also held a ribbon cutting to officially become part of Crocker Park. Stark Enterprise owner Bob Stark joined Mayor Clough and American Greeting executives to cut the ribbon and open the building to the public. 

Tammy Bertrand

I am the Marketing Manager for the Power of More, a networking organization that combines six local chambers of commerce - West Shore, Fairview Park, North Olmsted, North Coast, North Ridgeville and Olmsted.

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Volume 8, Issue 19, Posted 8:59 AM, 10.04.2016