Link Wireless store opens in Greenville
GREENVILLE — Amy Swindell and Karen Cook’s new business, Link Wireless LCC, offers Boost and Virgin Mobile users more options for calling plans and branded-select items locally.
The business opened Feb. 23 in the Marketplace Shoppe at 702 Greenville West. It is the second store Swindell and Cook have opened, with their first store located in Cedar Springs.
Along with carrying top-of-the-line items, such as Android cellular phones, Link Wireless also offers its customers payment services for their gas, electric and cable bills.
The store is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday.
Call (616) 712-6333 for more information.
Woodworker opens furniture business
SHERIDAN —Pat and Bob Martson are opening a new outdoor wood furniture business, called Chunky Country, offering handmade bench and table sets and side tables, with more to come.
“We are just getting started and are in the process in getting more things ready to sell,” said Bob Martson, a former high school counselor who retired from Greenville High School.
Chunky Country is at 3480 Pine Trail Drive in Sheridan. Call (989) 261-4370 for more information.
Inaugural Easter Keg Hunt April 7
GREENVILLE — Who says kids get all the Easter fun? Register to participate in the inaugural Easter Keg Hunt, a local event that challenges participants (ages 21 and older) to find hidden kegs at various bars and restaurants, including Turn the Page Bar & Burgers, Winter Inn, Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Amber Waves.
First place winners receive a one-night stay at the Radisson Inn, two tickets to a Grand Rapids Griffins hockey game, a $50 gift certificate to Island Rays in Greenville and dinner at Turn the Page.
There will also be gift certificates to the top five winners.
T-shirts are available for $10.
Register at Turn the Page at 107 S. Lafayette St. in Greenville. For more information, call (616) 712-6700.