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Radiant Sol offers tanning, sauna services, Red Light Therapy and more Print
Written by Amy Mayhew
Tuesday, June 25 2013

Radiant Sol is located at 4048...

HOLLY, Michigan – Since opening the doors to her new business in 2011, Melissa Pelletier, owner of Radiant Sol tanning salon has continued to improve her business by offering more and more services at prices that simply cannot be beaten.

In addition to having seven tanning beds of varying intensities, sauna therapy, tech-applied airbrush tanning services, and 24/7 access to the facility available to approved customers, Pelletier has rolled out her newest service – red light therapy.

“Red Light Therapy is UV-free, is 100-percent safe, and is and FDA-approved,” Pelletier said. While the unit looks like a conventional tanning bed, red light therapy can be used to treat a myriad of conditions. “It cures everything from acne to rosacea, and it increases circulation for pain management to those who may be suffering from arthritis,” she said. “Most people use it because red light permeates your derma, and its an elastin and collagen rebuilder, so over time, it helps get rid of your fine lines and wrinkles.”

 
Holly Ladies’ Night Out revs up Friday Print
Written by Amy Mayhew
Monday, May 06 2013

In the past, LNO events have b...

HOLLY, Michigan – Just in time for Mother’s Day, Holly’s popular “Ladies Night Out” will once again dominate downtown Holly from 5 – 9 p.m. Friday, May 10.

“The May event seems to attract more families, so I guess you could say it’s not just for ladies anymore,” Director for Holly’s Downtown Development Authority, Hope Ponsart said.

Street closures in the downtown area ensure a safe time for all, and provide the perfect place for great shopping and more “real estate” for businesses wishing to take advantage of the spring weather, and display some of their goods outdoors.

 
French Flamingo Fashion Accessories opens in downtown Holly Print
Written by Amy Mayhew
Sunday, May 05 2013

Sandra Kleven

HOLLY, Michigan – Downtown Holly can add yet another business to its roster as French Flamingo Fashion Accessories officially opened with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Saturday.

Located at 121 S. Saginaw St., French Flamingo Fashion Accessories carries everything for the fashionista – the largest scarf selection in the area, purses, wristlets, costume jewelry, hats, belts and sunglasses.

Owners Bob and Sandra Kleven said the time was right for opening up their business. “Bob was looking for something to do while he was laid off this winter, so he didn’t have to drive an hour away to work,” Sandra said. Originally thinking of doing some flea and farmer’s markets this summer, the Klevens first noticed a vacant storefront on Battle Alley. “We were thinking of that, but as we got into the purses, we needed a bigger store so we looked at the one we currently are in,” she said.  “We have always said that Holly would be the place to be someday, so we figured the timing was right.”

 
Wolverine Machine celebrates 90 years of business in Holly Print
Written by Amy Mayhew
Monday, April 22 2013

Kenneth and Bruce Walker

HOLLY, Michigan – A lot was going on in the world in 1923. The roaring 20s were in full swing, Warren G. Harding was president of the United States, and while a guy named Walt Disney was busy starting his company out in California, so too was CJ O’Neill – the founder of Holly’s Wolverine Machine on Cogshall Street.

Like Disney’s company, Wolverine Machine is also alive and well today, employing more than 20 people, and providing high-quality water jet cutting, multiple spindle bar machine products, and Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) machining in one location.

Wolverine Machine President, Kenneth Walker is the third generation of his family to run the company.

 
Village of Holly receives National Trust Main Street Accreditation Print
Thursday, February 28 2013

the village of Holly has been ...

HOLLY, Michigan – Once again, the village of Holly has been designated as an accredited National Main Street Program for meeting the commercial district revitalization performance standards set by the National Trust Main Street Center. Each year, the National Trust and its partners announce the list of accredited Main Street programs that have built strong revitalization organizations and demonstrate their ability in using the Main Street Four-Point Approach methodology for strengthening their local economy and protecting their historic buildings.  Accredited Main Street programs are meeting the challenges of the recession head on and are successfully using a focused, comprehensive revitalization strategy to keep their communities vibrant and sustainable.

State Coordinator for Louisiana Main Street Ray Scriber attended a special Holly Downtown Development Authority meeting on Feb. 21. “I am very impressed with Holly, very impressed with the way you are running your program, the way you work together, and am impressed with your preparation,” Scriber said. Additionally, Scriber praised Holly Downtown Development Authority Director Hope Ponsart. “You have a very good Executive Director – I see Holly continuing to grow and doing great things.”

 
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