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Kendall Yards getting a grocery store

Kendall Yards is getting a grocery store which will not be part of a chain, but a small, urban-style store, similar to Seattle's Metropolitan Market. The store, called My Fresh Market, will be located on the Northwest corner of North Monroe and Summit Parkway, just north of the Monroe Street bridge. My Fresh Market will be approximately 26,000 square feet, which is about 4,000 square feet larger than the former Safeway store, now Grocery Outlet, at Third and Maple.

Construction will start as soon as next month with the opening planned for next Spring.

Emily Elizabeth Skincare Studio opens at 30 E. Sprague

Emily Elizabeth Skincare Studio is the newest Skincare Spa in Spokane located in the same building as The Clark Company at 30 East Sprague. Emily Johnson (pictured left) and business partner, Cassie Powell (right) offer a variety of services including facials, advanced skincare treatments, and waxing. The carry medical grade products made with all natural, organic, and botanical ingredients. Emily and Cassie each have over a decade of experience. Men, women, and teens are welcome. You can book online at emilyelizabethskincare.com or call 509-252-0909.

Allsport Indian Motorcycle opens in Liberty Lake

Allsport Indian Motorcycle has opened for business at 19505 E. Broadway Ave. in Liberty Lake, offering legendary bikes from iconic Indian Motorcycle. The new dealership will celebrate its open house on Saturday, July 16 from 9am to 6pm featuring a bike show, raffle prizes, food and refreshments.

Founded in 1901, Indian Motorcycle is America's first motorcycle company and has earned distinction as one of America's most legendary and iconic brands through racing dominance, engineering prowess and innovations and industry firsts. Indian Motorcycle also has significant ties to the U.S. military. The company heavily supported World Wars I and II by supplying motorcycles to the Allied Forces, and has been known for its support of the military ever since. Under the new ownership and brand stewardship of Polaris Industries, the world's leading manufacturer of powersports equipment, Indian Motorcycle is back and stronger than ever.

Allsport Indian Motorcycle offers sales, service, parts and accessories for the entire lineup of Indian motorcycles, including the Indian Chief lineup, the Indian Roadmaster, the Indian Scout lineup, the Indian Chief Dark Horse, the Indian Chieftain and the Indian Springfield. The dealership also offers a full selection of Indian Motorcycle apparel.

Dealer hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9am to 6pm. For more information, contact Allsport Indian Motorcycle at 800-359-4884 or visit www.allsportindianmotorcycles.com

HOTSTART Named Best Supplier for Rolls-Royce Subsidiary MTU Onsite Energy

HOTSTART was recently awarded Best Supplier for Rolls-Royce Power Systems subsidiary MTU Onsite Energy for 2015. HOTSTART provides engine preheating systems for standby and emergency generator sets which are manufactured in three MTU Onsite Energy production facilities. HOTSTART was one of five companies to receive a Best Supplier award from Rolls-Royce Power Systems out of 495 global supplier candidates.

Award winners were selected based on exceptional quality standards, meeting or exceeding on-time delivery and meeting or exceeding MTU's expectations for environmental protection, cooperation, flexibility and support. "This honor represents a total team effort by all the great people at HOTSTART," said Terry Judge, CEO at HOTSTART. "We take great pride in serving MTU and look forward to continuing our contribution to their overall success."

Spokane-based HOTSTART is a leading developer and manufacturer of diesel engine block heaters. The company was established in 1942 with the original patent for engine coolant heating. Today, the HOTSTART product line includes coolant heaters, oil heaters, battery pads and wraps, controls, harnesses and complete systems. These products are used on diesel engines to provide easy starts, immediate full power, reduced engine wear, reduced emissions and reduced fuel consumption. Applications include standby generator sets, locomotives, equipment/machinery, gas pipeline compressors, heavy duty trucks and marine. HOTSTART is headquartered in Spokane, with offices in Siegburg, Germany, Tokyo, Japan and Katy, Texas. The website is www.hotstart.com.

Churchill's Mis-Steak night July 17

Churchill's Steak House at 165 S. Post is having one of their famous Mis-Steak nights on Sunday, July 17, from 2-9pm. They will be serving slightly smaller cut USDA Prime Beef Steaks with Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Sugar Snap Peas for the price of $19. For reservations call 509-474-9888 or go to churchillssteakhouse.com.

Julia Culp Joins Bernardo Wills Architects

Julia Culp, ASLA, has joined Bernardo|Wills Architects as a landscape architect. Initial commissions for which she is providing landscape planning, design and project-management services include the City of Spokane's combined sewer overflow tank and plaza; Edwidge Woldson Park Master Plan and Pedestrian Connectivity Study in Spokane; Idaho Central Credit Union Data Center plaza in Chubbuck, Idaho; and improvements to White Pine High School in Ely, Nev.

A licensed landscape architect in Washington with six years' experience in the field, Culp holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from Washington State University. She serves as the Eastern Washington member-at-large on the American Society of Landscape Architects Washington Chapter Executive Committee.

Established in 1991, Spokane-based Bernardo|Wills Architects provides professional design services including architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and master planning, to clients throughout the Western United States. Market sectors served include government, retail, corporate, commercial, higher education, K-12 education, healthcare, recreation and multi-family housing. For more information, visit www.bernardowills.com.

Hill's Resort hosts Kidstock July 17

Hill's Resort on Priest Lake is again hosting Kidstock this Sunday, July 17, with proceeds going to fund Priest Lake Pre-School and Ready for Kindergarten. Each year Hill's hosts the VIP event at Kidstock where great food, wine, beer and a swag bag are just the beginning of the fun. This year they are offering reserved tables for six guests and valet boat parking at Hill's Resort for $1000. There are only a few of these tables available.

To reserve a table and have boat parking, call Hill's Resort 208-443-2551.

The Business Thought of the Week

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