■ Creative Kitchen & Bath, in business since 1968, will open a second location at 367 Romany Road in April. The company specializes in cabinetry and storage design for the home, as well as integrating electronics and offering unique gifts and accessories. Web site: www.creativekitchendandbath.net. Phone: (859) 255-6838 or 1-800-388-7544.
■ The Kentucky Travel Industry Association is the new name and face of the Kentucky Tourism Council. The independent industry association is a member-driven organization that has advocated for Kentucky's travel industry since 1980.
■ Complete Nutrition, an upscale nutritional supplement store, has opened in Hamburg Pavilion at 2300 Sir Barton Way. The store features exclusive weight loss, sports nutrition and general health products. Bryce Knobbe is the store's owner. Phone: (859) 263-8637. Hours: 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday through Saturday; noon-6 p.m. Sunday.
■ Baldwin CPAs has merged with Suzan Haughaboo Ross, Certified Public Accountant. Baldwin, founded in 1947, has offices in Richmond, London, Lexington and Maysville and provides accounting, tax planning, business valuation and other services.
■ Medical Management Solutions, a Central Kentucky-based physician practice management business, has merged with Blue & Co., an independent accounting and advisory firm. The MMS staff will now operate as Blue Medical Management out of the Lexington office of Blue & Co.
■ The law firm of Fulkerson & Kinkel has changed its name to Fulkerson, Kinkel & Marrs. The firm's named members are Calvin Fulkerson, Steve Kinkel and Melanie Marrs. The firm continues to practice litigation defense, focusing on professional liability defense. The firm is located at 239 North Broadway. Phone: (859) 253-0523.
■ Speedway SuperAmerica, the fourth largest company-owned and operated convenience store chain in the U.S., has officially changed its name to Speedway. The name change affects approximately 1,350 store locations.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo