■ Brandenburg's Auto Repair, 2011 Versailles Road, is now offering U-Haul trucks, trailers, towing equipment, support rental items and in-store pick-up boxes. Hours of operation for U-Haul rentals are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. After-hours drop-off is available.
Reserve U-Haul products at Brandenburg's by calling (859) 963-3899.
■ Class 101, the Lexington-based franchisor and provider of college planning services, is opening three new locations in Coral Springs, Fla., Leesburg, Va., and Atlanta. Class 101 now has eight locations across the U.S.
The company guides students and their families through the steps leading to college admissions while making the cost more affordable. Services are custom designed and include developing a list of colleges that best match student and family preferences, preparing students for standardized tests, creating a student resume and assisting families in finding ways to pay for college. For more information about Class 101, go to Myclass101.com.
■ The Lexington Thirsty Pedaler, a 15-passenger, pub-crawling party bike, has rolled into downtown Lexington. The bike is equipped with a sound system, adjustable seats and a cooling system, and makes stops at downtown bars. To reserve the entire bike or a seat or two, call (859) 619-4161 or go to Lexingtonthirstypedaler.com.
■ Kennedy Book Store has expanded its screen printing facilities. Kennedy's Paw Prints, is now located on Winslow Avenue, next door to the book store's main location on South Limestone Street. Kenney's Paw Prints creates apparel for the three Kennedy's Fan Shops located in Benton, Murray and London, as well as the main store, and also screen print for local businesses, such as Pazzo's and Joe Bologna's restaurants. In addition to textile screen printing, Kennedy's Paw Prints offers custom banners and copy services.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo