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Longtime dance instructor and new owner Andy Cabell wants to expand the studio's team-building offerings. “Part of our job is to organize events that can be enjoyed by people of all ages, which can be an exciting – and valuable – thing," he said.
“Everything we do is in English, because we can’t help someone move forward if they don’t speak English,” said LouAnn Bloomer, founder and chief executive of the nonprofit.
The Georgia-based chain was faced with continued opposition centered on concerns over increased traffic in Stamford's Bull's Head neighborhood.
Not only is the nonprofit adding a second Stamford facility, but it's also in the process of purchasing the space it has been renting at 49 Day St. in Norwalk.
Production could ramp up to 1,000 bags a day after the company's distribution channel on Amazon.com launches within the next 60 days.
"There is so much potential to build on the great work that CityCenter has already achieved, and I’m looking forward to working with everyone," said Paynter.
While everyone cheers the CTrail Hartford Line's potential for reducing highway traffic, opinion is mixed on how it will affect property values here.
The latest rejection is apparently tied to an investigation of possible campaign finance violations.
The co-owners of the Bounce! Trampoline Sports facility at 21 Prindle Lane in Danbury are putting the finishing touches on the Thrillz High Flying Adventure Park in the same building.