Peterborough Examiner March 6
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 11:08AM
Business Beat

Poell’s Bike Shop recently moved from Aylmer Street to Downtown Peterborough. Owner Ed Poell and his son Patrick specialize in used bikes. They can sell you a bike, purchase yours, take yours in on a trade, or make repairs. The new location is 366 George Street, that’s in the former Tango location. Call 705-808-4544 or find them on Facebook.


Kawartha Surveillance recently launched in Peterborough. Covering the Kawarthas and the GTA, owner Rob Whiteside offers video surveillance for home, business or farm, alarm monitoring, alarm systems, repairs and upgrades, and home and building automation. Wireless solutions are also offered. Call 705-243-6947 or visit or search kawartha surveillance on Facebook.


The Pita Pit Lansdowne opened recently at the corner of Lansdowne and the Parkway. Owners Matt and Stephanie Brown are proud to be a part of the local business community and immediately set about to raise nearly $3000 for Five Counties Children’s Centre. Open for Breakfast, lunch and dinner, they offer their classic, famous and legendary pita menu, as well as salads and sides. Sit-ins, walk-ins, take out and catering are all welcome. Find Pita Pit Lansdowne on Facebook, or call 705-743-7482


Congratulations to Greg and Judy Ball and Dominic Cole, who have formed a unique collaboration in Lakefield to create Ball Real Estate Inc. Billed as a boutique brokerage focusing on innovation and service quality, Ball Real Estate hits the ground running with Lakefield natives and well known local realtors Judy and Greg Ball, an equally accomplished Dominic Cole, and a number of agents. They are operating out of the upper level of 38 Queen Street in Lakefield, across from the Village Inn, but watch for a Grand opening of their new offices at 36 Queen Street in April. or call 705-651-2255


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