New business partnership at Ohall Kemper Law
Longtime colleagues from Laurie Ohall’s law firms have now become partners, changing the name to Ohall Kemper Law. “We’re not just lawyers, we’re people who are really passionate about serving and caring for the elderly,” said Laurie Ohall, senior lawyer.
Ohall Kemper Law specializes in elder law, estate planning, special needs planning, probate and guardianship.
It is located at 1464 Oakfield Dr. in Brandon. Additional information can be found on its website, www.ohalllaw.com, or by calling 813-438-8503.
Suncoast Credit Union Achieves AARP BankSafe Designation
Suncoast Credit Union is proud to announce that 100% of its branch and ATM staff have completed the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) award-winning BankSafe training program, which trains employees to identify and stop suspicions of financial exploitation and abuse, especially among older people. As a result, Suncoast Credit Union was one of 115 financial institutions nationwide to receive the BankSafe Seal for its efforts.
An October 2019 Virginia Tech study found that BankSafe-trained employees have helped prevent more than $110 million from being stolen from seniors’ accounts since the program launched.
Randy Stolberg joins Citizens Bank & Trust
Randy Stolberg recently joined Citizens Bank & Trust as Senior Vice President and Market Director for the Valrico/Brandon market. A Florida native and resident of the region for 18 years, Stolberg has over 25 years of banking experience and an in-depth knowledge of the banking needs of small and large businesses, and is committed to developing long-term relationships with his clients. .
Valrico’s office is located at 1016 Bloomingdale Ave.
Dancing For A Difference Celebrates New Location
Dancing for a Difference is celebrating its move to its new studio, located at 1076 E. Brandon Blvd., #101 in Brandon. It is a non-profit dance studio, and its mission is to make dance and the arts more accessible to all children in the Tampa area. He keeps classes as affordable as possible using family and community involvement.
Dancing for a Difference is certified in Youth Protection Advocates in Dance, which means the studio is a safe environment for all children. It offers a variety of dance styles, including ballet, jazz, tap and lyrics, for all ages.
To learn more about Dancing for a Difference, visit their website at www.dancing4donations.org or call 813-601-3009.
Babe’s Pizza celebrates new management
Local favorite Babe’s Pizza recently celebrated its new management and fresh ideas with a ribbon cutting. It has been open since 1978 and continues to serve the same delicious pizza. This is the home of the famous two-tier pizza, which is a delicious two-layer pizza that can hold any toppings you want. It will add pasta dishes and a children’s birthday party package to its current offer.
Babe’s Pizza is located at the intersection of US Hwy. 60 and Kings Ave. at 107 N. Kings Ave. in Brandon. To learn more or to place an order online, visit her website at www.babesdoubledeckerpizza.com or call 813-689-2282. Babe’s Pizza is closed on Mondays.
Citizens Bank & Trust organizes a day of relaxation
Citizens Bank & Trust will be offering Kona Ice Cream Sundaes on Monday, April 18 from 2-4 p.m. in its parking lot, located at 1016 E. Bloomingdale Ave. in Valrico. Go out and relax with refreshing Hawaiian frozen treats.
Winn-Dixie grocery stores donate to Ukraine
Southeastern Grocers Inc., parent company of Winn-Dixie Groceries, supports citizens of Ukraine by donating more than $1.1 million in cleaning and sanitizing supplies, personal protective equipment and groceries non-perishable at Mission 823.
Anthony Hucker, President and CEO of Southeastern Grocers, said, “At Southeastern Grocers, we always put people first, whether they are in our five states or around the world. We refuse to sit idly by when the Ukrainian people are in dire need. »
Mission 823 is a non-profit humanitarian organization on the ground in Ukraine that seeks to help and protect children at risk.
FURnandos Mobile Pet Grooming makes pet care more convenient
In an effort to help busy pet owners keep their pets looking and feeling their best, FURnandos Mobile Pet Grooming offers a pet grooming service that comes to your doorstep.
The new local pet grooming service offers a completely self-contained grooming salon on wheels from the comfort of your driveway. The unit is equipped with a generator, water heater, air conditioner, fresh and gray water tanks and all the conveniences of a regular grooming salon.
For more information about FURnandos Mobile Pet Grooming, visit their website at www.furnandos.com or call/text 813-808-6035 to schedule an appointment for your pets.
Start Fresh advice center opens new office
The Start Fresh Counseling Center recently opened a new office in Brandon. He uses solution-focused therapy to help clients discover their true potential by working together to better understand and resolve challenges in their lives while offering support and guidance toward more meaningful living. Although it cannot change difficult situations from the past, it can help to better understand and solve the challenges in your life. Counseling services include individuals, couples and family.
His new office is located at 135 Moon Ave. in Brandon. Additional information can be found on its website at www.startfreshcounselingcenter.com or by calling 813-489-4547.
ACT Massage Of Lithia now offers a monthly subscription plan
Lithia’s ACT Massage, owned by local resident Jean Niccum, now offers monthly subscription packages starting at just $65 per month. There are a variety of massage services available. Visit her website at www.massagebook.com/biz/ACTMassageofLithia or call 813-356-9703 to learn more. ACT Massage by Lithia is located at 411 Lithia Pinecrest Rd., Ste. 411 in Valrico.