Business news from Peterborough's community.
Ricart Promotions & Recognition is growing! New Manager Kori Malakos recently welcomed Tiffany Creasy to the Sales & Service team, where she has joined forces with veteran Tracy Shaw. And Brian Stephenson from Treehouse Studio has also joined the Ricart team, bringing his years of Graphic Design, Print and Trade Show experience to the Ricart repertoire.
You can visit Ricart at 264 Lansdowne St East or online at www.ricarts.ca, but be sure to stay tuned for details as they continue to expand….
Cam McFarlane of McFarlane’s Hotdog and Sausage Cart has been in business for 23 years and is now serving up his hotdogs, sausages and veggie dogs for those late night meals at weddings. It provides another option to the traditional fare normally served. Cam specializes in events, available for private family parties, baseball, soccer or other sport tournaments as well as special events. He can even supply the meat and buns if you want to host your own event. Call Cam McFarlane at 705-743-6253.
Unicity is a very cool shared office space in Downtown Peterborough. Locally owned by Signum Corporation, the building can accommodate both individuals and growing organizations in a modern facility that includes private meeting room, lounge area, kitchen, elevator and washrooms, from as low as $300 a month. With the second floor now full they are now accepting third floor tenants. Located at 420 George Street, you can get full details online at www.unicityongeorge.com or call 705-741-9021
The Hidden Treasure Chest in Campbellford is gearing up for the season with another expansion. Now 7000 square feet the flea market is looking for vendors. They’ll be open seven days a week from mid June to mid September. Owned by Sharon and Allan Hopkinson, the Hidden Treasure Chest is located at 2 Industrial Drive in Campbellford. Find them on Facebook or call 705-854-0037.
Each spring, The Mount Community Centre hosts a dinner in their fabulous chapel as a fundraiser for The Mount redevelopment. It’s a cool evening where half the guests get a gala dinner of prime rib while the rest are served what you would eat if you relied on the food bank. It makes for a great conversation piece and a unique event. Plus you get to see how much the property has changed in the last year, and get an update on the project. The event is on Friday, April 22 and ticket details are online at www.themountpeterborough.ca