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Grant Enhances Curb Appeal for Nine Local Businesses

on July 9, 2012 - 9:15am

Dr. Merry McIntyre, owner of Reunion Chiropractic & Wellness, stands near her new sign obtained through the MainStreet Curb Appeal program. The Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for McIntrye's new business location at 118 Central Park Square. Photo by Katy Korkos 

SBDC News:

The MainStreet Curb Appeal Grant has assisted nine local businesses improve their curb appeal.

The 2012 Spring Recipients include:

  • Hilltop House Spa;
  • Karen Wray Fine Art Gallery and Studio;
  • Los Alamos Family YMCA;
  • Los Alamos Fitness Center;
  • Museum Parke, Inc.;
  • Physical Therapy Plus;
  • Reunion Chiropractic and Wellness;
  • Trinity Midtown; and
  • Trinity Nature Path.

The Curb Appeal Grant is a dollar for dollar match of up to $500 that helps downtown businesses with signage, landscaping, sidewalk or façade improvements.

For more information about the Curb Appeal Grant, visit www.lamainstreet.com/ or contact Katie Stavert of the UNM-LA Small Business Development Center at 661-4805 or katie@losalamos.org.

The Hilltop Spa before implementing the MainStreet Curb Appeal Grant program. Photo by Katie Stavert

The Hilltop Spa after implementing the MainStreet Curb Appeal Grant program. Photo by Katie Stavert

The Hilltop Spa before. Photo by Katie Stavert

The Hilltop Spa after. Photo by Katie Stavert

The Bradbury Science Museum before (with no place to sit outside.) Photo by Katie Stavert

The Bradbury Science Museum after with new bench. Photo by Katie Stavert

LA Fitness before. Photo by Katie Stavert

LA Fitness after. Photo by Katie Stavert

LA Fitness after. Photo by Katie Stavert

Los Alamos Family YMCA before. Photo by Katie Stavert

Los Alamos Family YMCA after. Photo by Katie Stavert

Owner Karen Wray in front of Karen Wray Fine Art Gallery and Studio before she implemented the MainStreet Curb Appeal program. Photo by Katie Stavert

A new sign now adds to the curb appeal from Trinity Drive of Karen Wray Fine Art Gallery and Studio. Photo by Katie Stavert

The entryway at Karen Wray Fine Art Gallery and Studio also is enhanced from the MainStreet Curb Appeal grant. Photo by Katie Stavert

The signage at Physical Therapy Plus on Central Avenue before receiving a MainStreet Curb Appeal grant. Photo by Katie Stavert

The new signage at Physical Therapy Plus on Central Avenue after receiving a MainStreet Curb Appeal grant. Photo by Katie Stavert

Trinity Natural Health before. Photo by Katie Stavert

Owner Dr. Bobbie Hall in front of Trinity Natural Health after receiving a MainStreet Curb Appeal grant. Photo by Katie Stavert

Trinity Midtown property owner before. Photo by Katie Stavert

Trinity Midtown property owner after. Photo by Katie Stavert

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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