The Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce will hold two Ribbon Cuttings in January. Both are open to the public
Christopher Martinez and his new business, BG PC Services, located at 428 E. Wooster St., Suite A, will be welcomed into the business community on Tuesday at 4 p.m. Martinez is a Bowling Green State University graduate and knows how important is it to have reliable technology. He opened this business to help people who need their devices repaired or need personal computing solutions. BG PC Services will repair computers, mobile phones, tablets and game consoles, as well as offer computer parts and custom PC builds.
The chamber will hold their second ribbon cutting for Sound House Counseling LLC, 126 N. Main St. on Jan. 17 at 4 p.m. Jason Morris opened this practice in October and works with three other counselors to offer individual psychotherapy to treat trauma, anxiety, depression, addiction, ADHD and relational issues. They also offer couples counseling and emphasize that they are a safe, judgment-free space for all of their clients.
Both events will include congratulatory words from Mayor Mike Aspacher and BG Chamber Executive Director Mary Hinkelman. Light refreshments will be offered. Anyone planning to attend is asked to RSVP at https://www.bgchamber.net/rsvp/.