Business closings, openings and anniversaries: Week of Dec. 10

December 10, 2012 

Veteran management professionals Bridget E. McGovern of Richmond, left, and Tonya Littlefield Cummings of Berea own Healthy Practices, a management group in Richmond that helps companies implement healthy business practices.

■ Kennedy Book Store has opened Kennedy's Fan Shop in Benton. The store carries official merchandise for the University of Kentucky, Murray State and Marshall County High School, including Nike, Under Armour, Russell and Champion brands. Besides apparel, it also sells gifts, souvenirs and autographed memorabilia. The business is located on Main Street, just off the Court Square, in the former CSFB Building. The store manager is Trista Larkin. The Marshall County Coach's Show is broadcast live from inside the shop each Saturday morning.

■ Healthy Practices, a management group in Richmond, has been formed to help companies implement healthy business practices to help them survive in a weak economy. The company was founded by Bridget E. McGovern of Richmond and Tonya Littlefield Cummings of Berea, two veteran management professionals, and provides a variety of services from ongoing operational support to project-by-project assistance for small businesses, nonprofits and medical practices.

Learn more at or by calling (859) 795-1322 or email

Blue & Co. has relocated its Lexington office to the Lexington Financial Center, 250 West Main Street, Suite 2900. Phone: (859) 253-1100.

■ Nicholasville-based Quality Construction Co. has moved from the drag strip at 114 Patton Court to a new 6,000-square-foot design center/showroom at 109 Means Drive, behind Kohl's in Nicholasville. Quality Construction has partnered with seven area vendors to be a one-stop shop for all aspects of residential contracting. Owner: David Banks. Phone: (859) 553-2818 or (859) 887-9917. Website:

Absolutely Paws-itive dog grooming salon has opened at 509 Southland Drive. Owner: Marlina Carter. Hours: 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday and 9 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Phone: (859) 685-5529. Website: Facebook

Title Boxing Club Lexington has opened its first club in Kentucky at 171 West Lowry Lane, Suite 168, in the Regency Centre off Nicholasville Road. The club's signature Power Hour group fitness classes use professional techniques developed for boxers and kick boxers. Each club features authentic Title Boxing equipment including heavy bag stand, Title boxing ring, speed bags and double end bags, plus free weights and cardiovascular machines and a retail store that offers Title Boxing Club and Title Boxing Brand merchandise. Phone: (859) 268-4853. Hours: 5:45 a.m.-9 p.m. Website:

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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