Business

Business transitions for the week of July 25

▪ Three Lexington attorneys Todd W. Burris, Christina Keith and Tyler Roberts have merged practices and moved downtown.

The three will maintain independent practices while expanding client services in one space. Their new offices are open on the 10th floor of PNC Bank Tower at 301 East Main Street, Suite 1000. An open house is planned for early August. For more information, call 859-252-2222.

▪ AquaMobile, an on-demand at-home swim school, has expanded into Kentucky.

AquaMobile allows customers to go online, key in a pool address (be it a private, condo or apartment pool), and be matched with a certified swim instructor who will travel to their home.

Diana Goodwin launched AquaMobile, now known as the ‘Uber of Swim Lessons’, as a tiny side business in 2003. Since then, AquaMobile has helped hundreds of thousands of people learn how to swim.

Learn more at Aquamobileswim.com.

▪ More Than A Bakery has broken ground on its new 250,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility on July 11, at 908 Big Sink Road in Versailles.

More Than A Bakery’s new facility will manufacture products including cookies and crackers for customers ranging from Fortune 100 companies to smaller, regional businesses. More Than A Bakery is affiliated with Richmond Baking, the oldest family-owned cookie and cracker bakery in the United States, dating back to 1902.

Gray Construction has been selected to design and build the facility, which is expected to be operational in late 2017.

Information about More Than A Bakery or Richmond Baking can be found at Morethanabakery.com or Richmondbaking.com.

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