Rent-2-Own celebrated its grand re-opening with a special ribbon cutting ceremony and festivities for the public.
After undergoing a significant renovation, the store on Maple Avenue now has an all new look and feel. The family-owned company has evolved heavily since its beginning in the early '80s, and serves customers high-quality products all across Ohio and Kentucky. President, Mike Tissot said there are many great benefits to renting.
Balloons, music and a cash give away took place on Friday to celebrate the grand opening of the Bayer Heritage Federal Credit Union.
You might remember Zane Trace Federal Credit Union, the previous owner of the Ridge Avenue building. The two entities merged together.
"So we moved forward under the name Bayer Heritage Federal now, it's the same location, same staff although there are added resources now because Bayer Heritage is a much larger credit union," said CEO...
Locals came out to the grand opening of a state of the art work out facility on Saturday.
The Northpointe Fitness Institute opened it's door to the public. The Veteran owned facility focuses on sports specific training, weight management and restorative health. Owner of the facility, Phillip Arthur says that experience and education sets them a part from other gyms.
"We are professionals," said Arthur. We are college educated in our subject matter, more than 20, years...
The grand opening of a new boutique that caters to dancers took place in town on Saturday.
Flair Dance Boutique, located at 535 Main Street in downtown Zanesville, opened its doors to the public with a special surprise. When guests arrived they got a chance to enter a contest to win free dance gear.
"We have got a representative from Capezio here, and there is a drawing for gift certificates. Anybody that comes in and makes a purchase they get a free Capezio bag with a...
The 167th Muskingum County Blue Ribbon Fair opened on Sunday with a grand ceremony.
Members of the Muskingum County Fair Board and community leaders opened the fair with the national anthem and a tribute to Vicki Reed who was a 4H youth educator in the area, and touched the lives of many. Reed died in May after working over 30 years for the Ohio State Extension Agency.
President of the Fair Board said immense planning goes into the festivities.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Monday for a new restaurant in Zanesville.
Grillin' and chillin' opened Monday morning at the site of the old Mr. Banjo's restaurant at 1612 Linden Avenue. Owner Dave Dailey said he is glad to finally have a permanent location to better serve his customers.
"Oh this is great, I see more of them walking in right now, and it's great to see the community come out and everyone. It's great support," said Dailey.
A new bike shop is in town, and according to their motto, they "Got You Covered."
Three Sixty Bike Shop held their grand opening Sunday, and owner Mike Brooks says it's a dream come true. Since he was a kid he has worked on bikes turning the family's shed into "Mike's Bike Shop." But those days are gone as he has his very own shop, plus he's going to get paid to do what he loves.
"Well it's just been like a lifetime thing of mine to be...
There's a new company open for business in the old Blockbuster building, located on Maple Avenue in Zanesville.
Eyemart held its grand opening and invited some local officials to take part in a ribbon cutting ceremony this morning. Mayor Howard Zwelling says he's attended a number of ribbon cutting ceremonies in the past two months, and despite the bad economy and city budget crunch, these businesses are bringing something positive to the city of Zanesville.