A fitness studio that opened in early summer in the Haymarket Landing building won the top prize in the yearly Jump-Start Eau Claire business rivalry.
Downtown Eau Claire Inc. declared Thursday that The Well, 40 S. Barstow St., won the challenge’s excellent prize package. Incorporated into that is $5,000 in startup capital from Royal Credit Union, a JB Systems brand advancement technique session, $500 in promoting credits from both the Leader-Telegram and Volume One and a three-month enrollment at CoLab.
Possessed by Amy Erickson, The Well spotlights on high-force quality and cardiovascular wellness with activities fusing body weight, free loads, pummel balls, box steps, pull-up bars and other hardware. Erickson additionally claims Latitude 44 Yoga Studio, 313 E. Madison St.
Grace Skin Studio, which restorative esthetician Jordan Jeffreys is opening up in Eau Claire’s downtown, won the challenge’s fair notice prize. That prize bundle incorporates $2,500 in startup capital, $250 promoting credits at neighborhood print distributions and a CoLab enrollment.
Eau Claire Rolling Tap, a “pedal pub” possessed by Alex Bauchle that started visiting downtown bars and eateries this late spring, won the challenge’s imaginative thought prize, which highlights $1,000 in startup capital.
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