In the areas of health, beauty, and well-being, go check out:
Movement' is happening in Sandusky in more ways than one. CrossFit moved into its new space this year, activating an underutilized building on East Market St. The building renovations and the business continue to build community in this key corridor of the City.
7. Tim Dorsey Fitness
entrepreneurial journey is one of steady growth and
to a cause. His passion for health launched a personal training business, beginning with training clients in their homes, then growing to classes at hotel fitness centers, and finally to his own private facility. And followers just kept coming, pushing him to his latest and largest announcement: a new facility on Market St that's set to open the coming year.
Lena's Brow and Beauty Bar
Bridget Sanders is a beautician with years of experience and lots of love for Erie County. When the salon she was working for previously closed, Bridget made the decision to stay in Sandusky out of loyalty to her clients and the area. It paid off! Lena's Brow and Beauty Bar is the first salon of its kind and has created a niche for itself. Pampering and services are now available at 121 W Water.
For strolling and entertainment:
Zero Tide Apparel
"Old School, Great Lakes Inspired Apparel." Classic, yet cool, holiday gifts can now be found 223 W Water.
10. Sandusky Wine Merchant
Owner Kevin Bertschi knows his wine. Reviewers rave about his friendly service and expert opinion. The fine wine shop has an excellent selection for all tastes, plus gourmet food and small gifts. Please stop in and enjoy this new addition to the downtown scene.
Ceiling Art Company
Historic preservationists are joining a historic district. Shop owners specialize in hand painted medallions, antique light fixtures and crystal chandeliers.
Paddle and Climb
Have you seen the progress at 305 E Water? Look forward to this outdoor sporting option set to open in 2018.
"Jim the Tour Guy" was a cruising leader in Columbus, Ohio when he was invited to visit Sandusky by some old friends. With momentum on the rise and a Bi-centennial ahead, Jim decided to relocate and open his business in Downtown Sandusky. Holiday rides are being offered now- no Segway experience required!
Mother and Daughter batch each hand-made serving of popcorn at this new spot. Buckets or bags. Savory or Sweet. You can find it here.
Finally, shopping + entertainment + food? Sounds like the making of a great office environment:
A new branch of the Wisconsin based engineering group opened in the City this Fall. This dynamic company is hard at work supporting infrastructure and water quality projects across the Great Lakes region.
|Pop Quiz! Can you recognize these works in progress?
It's a long list, but these entrepreneurs are worthy of the read. Thanks to all for choosing Erie County and for continuing to brighten the neighborhood.
Abbey Bemis, Executive Director