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April 16, 2013

Businesses move into office complex

NEW CASTLE — A Neshannock Townshp office complex is now home to three businesses that have moved there.

And an open house is scheduled at Nesbit Place for those businesses.

Pro Fitness Plus, Nicole’s Salon and Joyce A. Houck Licensed Massage Therapy will occupy an entire wing of the facility, located at 26 Nesbit Road, next to Giant Eagle.

The open house will run from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday for all the businesses.

Jeff Cwynar, owner of Pro Fitness Plus, noted this will be a second location for his business, which provides individualized fitness training for clients. His staff, all with degrees in exercise science, exercise physiology or health and human performance, will be on hand to assist with developing training regimens.

The business also has a variety of aerobic, weight training and other exercise devices for clients. All of this week will be a preview week at the business, where people can sample equipment and classes at no charge.

According to Cwynar, the facility will have 24-hour access. The phone number is (724) 657-2348.

Nicole’s Salon is owned by Nicole Haggerty. She has been in the salon business since 2009. She works with Rhonda Covelli, her nail technician and hair designer.

The phone number for the business is (724) 657-5100.

Houck has been in business providing massage therapy in New Castle for 12 years. Her staff of four licensed massage therapists provides relaxation, deep tissue and other types of massage.

The business can be reached at (724) 657-3445.

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