The staff of Nuview Nutrition rings in 2020 earlier this year. Photo provided
BY MATT MACKINDER
Clarkston News Editor
As Michigan’s economy begins to get back on track after the COVID-19 outbreak caused business closures across the state, several local businesses have adjusted their operations and want to let the public know they are open for business.
Two Men and a Truck, 4790 White Lake Road, is open and available to move residents and businesses, locally or long-distance at this time.
The company provides moving, packing, storage and junk removal services, and is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
“Our office is currently closed to the public, but customers can schedule walk-in appointments with us,” said Jessica Matovski, human resources manager. “We are taking moving estimates over the phone, via webchat, and virtually through webcam.”
Call Two Men and a Truck at 248-623-7484.
Fieldstone Counseling and Wellness Center is a new therapy practice located in the beautiful fieldstone house at 9191 Dixie Highway, specializes in anxiety, depression, grief/loss, school-related issues, relationship conflicts, and life transitions.
Go to fieldstonecounseling.co/book to book a free consultation session and a virtual or in-person appointment.
Jessica Pollock runs Book Art by Jess out of her Clarkston home, creating custom-made folded book art.
Orders can be placed at facebook.com/bookartbyJess and shipping is only $5 or customers can pick up their order in town.
Journey to Health Chakra, LLC, located at 5770 S. Main Street, Suite C, is going to open June 1 with hours of 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
For more information, visit www.journeytohealthchakra.com or call 248-505-8010.
Thinking about a 2021 Disney vacation? Contact Christa Andrews with Practically Perfect Vacations with Christa, an authorized Disney travel planning agency.
For more, contact Andrews at 248-766-3496 or firstname.lastname@example.org and visit www.facebook.com/ppvwithChrista.
Paul Angelini, president and chief technician with WizTech Computer Solutions, located at 21 N. Main Street, says, “Technology breaks. We fix it.”
WizTech, which offers remote services and porch-side pickup and drop-off, repairs Windows and Macs of all kinds, and their services include printer and device setup, malware removal, data recovery and backup solutions, hardware and software installation, computer tune-up and diagnostics, and WiFi setup.
For more information, visit www.facebook.com/wiztech33 or call 248-403-8665 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week.
Nuview Nutrition, located at 7300 Dixie Highway, Suite 500, is open for business and currently taking new clients.
As a classified essential business, Nuview will safely return to in-person sessions in a sanitized and carefully controlled area in compliance with CDC guidelines on June 1.
Their monthly meet and greets are held at 6:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of the month and will continue through Zoom until further notice.
For more information, visit www.nuviewnutrition.com or call 248- 625-5143.
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