A new salon opened on Granada Boulevard; the chamber got new members and a new staffer; and a change at Ormond Beach Marketplace
BY THE OBSERVER STAFF
Salon vet opens own shop on Granada
A former local salon manager, Tony Hayes went solo last week, by opening the new Industry Salon Feb. 22, at 1930 W. Granada Blvd.
Chamber: New members, employee
New February member businesses to the Ormond Beach Chamber of Commerce are listed as follows:
AllState - Tanyas Agency
Halifax Urban Ministries
The HoneyBaked Ham Company
Rep. Dave Hood
Shadow Lakes Apartments
Southern Title Holding Company LLC
The chamber also hired Tia Rush, a Seabreeze High School grad, to staff. An Ormond Beach resident since 1974, Rush has 16 years of sales experience with Hawaiian Tropic, is a mother of two, likes motorcycles and currently attends Daytona State College.
Marketplace shifts management
Two Flagler Beach companies, Preferred Management Services and ReMax Oceanside, have taken over lease and management duties of the Ormond Beach Marketplace, on Nova Road, which is home to new local businesses Steve’s Famous Diner Restaurant and Edible Arrangements.
Preferred Management Owner Lea Stokes says her company has seen a “growth spurt” since last March, when it merged with ReMax and purchased Commercial World Inc, also of Flagler Beach.
“We are excited to be expanding our services to include more properties in Volusia County as well,” she said.