PTBOCanada is delighted to to be running StooNews columns each week here, spotlighting new businesses and startups in Peterborough and the Kawarthas. Here is this week’s edition…
Diane Couse is a Food Sensitivity Coach. Through a long history of struggling with her own food allergies, Diane has learned that there are very effective tools and techniques available for people. If you have had IgG testing done, if the FODMAP diet has been recommended, if you’ve been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Lupus or Reynauds Syndrome, or if you just have no idea where to start but need someone who has been there to show you the way, then Diane is who you call. Check out her informative website at foodsensitivitycoach.ca or call 705-768-0430.
Ultimate Car Care is putting the finishing touches on their new location at 889 George Street North. Located at the corner or George and Hilliard streets, it’s the former North End Auto Wash building, and some will even remember it as the original A & W! It’s a fantastic renovation, giving owner Jamie Wagar a lot more room to expand and add services. Jamie and his team of licensed mechanics offer a full list of automotive services and have built a solid reputation over the past ten years at their McDonnell and Bethune street location. Stop in for a look or find them online at ultimatecarcareptbo.ca.
Ultimate Car Care
Congratulations to Sam and Rob Blowes of Blowes Travel in Stratford, and Scott Stewart and Dana Empey of Stewart Travel here in Peterborough, on the merger of the two companies. The merger results in eleven brick and mortar retail offices, 34 home offices, a group tour division, conference and events division and a wholesale division, with over 90 team members in Ontario under the Carlson Wagonlit Travel brand. For details, visit blowestravel.com or carlsonwagonlit.net.
Carlson Wagonlit Travel brand
NEO Performance Materials is a company that purifies recycled metals. The company buys scrap metal from cell phones, solar and LED products and display technology and then recaptures metals such as gallium and indium. The company recently announced that it was consolidating two of its locations, the other in Utah, to operate solely out of the Peterborough location at 625 Neal Drive. The existing building is 13,000 square feet and they’ll be adding another 6,000 square feet, and have already added four employees.