LunchBOX speed waxing salon to open in LO
LunchBOX (A Waxing Salon) will open at 4859 Meadows Road, Suite 159, in Lake Oswego this spring. The business is known for its expertly trained waxologists, chic vibe and emotive brand that encourages all to bare your beauty.
The Lake Oswego location is one of six opening this spring. All will offer a full array of waxing services for men and women as well as private-label products.
For more information, visit lunchboxwax.com.
Stevens joins Herron Law
Michael O. Stevens of Hillsboro has joined Herron Law, located in Kruse Woods I in Lake Oswego.
He handles personal injury cases and will allow the firm to expand into small business services, such as LLC formations and registrations. The firm also handles DUI defense.
Prior to joining Herron Law, Stevens worked in Liberty Mutual Insurances field legal department, handling insurance defense. There he worked on litigation ranging from discovery to law to motion work.
He is a member of the Oregon State Bars Intellectual Property Rights Section.
Asula Wellness adding LO location
Asula Wellness Center will open a second location this spring in Lake Oswego. The business has leased 2,392 square feet in the Kruse Village development.
Asula offers chiropractic, massage, accupuncture and naturopathic medicine. The wellness center will be accepting new clients beginning April 13.
Laila Noll is the owner. The original Asula Wellness Center has been located in Portlands Pearl District since 2007.
Learn more by calling 971-330-8578 or visit asula.com.
Sweeney appointed to Parkinsons Resources board
Longtime Intel manager Kelly Sweeney has joined Lake Oswego-based Parkinsons Resources of Oregon (PRO) board of directors. PRO is a nationally recognized nonprofit that focuses on improving the quality of life for Oregon and Washington residents living with Parkinsons disease.
Sweeney brings a valuable connection to the technology community in Oregon. Having joined Intel in 1978, he has held positions from manufacturing management to product support to direct sales. He is currently responsible for sales operations management based at Intels Hawthorne Farms Campus in Hillsboro, where he oversees projects at Headquarters Operations for the companys inside sales division.
Sweeney was diagnosed with Young-Onset Parkinsons disease in late 2011. Since then, he has been actively involved in research, development and advocacy for a cure and services related to Parkinsons disease.
Learn more online at parkinsonsresources.org or call 1-800-426-6806.
Broudy joins Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo Business Banking has hired Barbara Broudy of West Linn as a relationship manager in Portland. In her new role, she provides financial products and services to local businesses with annual revenues between $2 million and $20 million to help them succeed financially.
Broudy has a degree in business administration from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She started her financial services career in 1981 at Nations Bank in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. She later worked at South Trust Bank in Alabama for six years. For the past eight years, she was worked at U.S. Bank in Portland as a business banking sales manager.
Stoller Family Estate plans second winemaking facility
Stoller Family Estate is in the planning phase of a second winemaking facility. The new winery will be located on the 373-acre estate in Dundee, and construction will begin later this spring.
This new facility will enable us to meet increasing demand for our wines and ensure that we maintain our quality focus as we grow, said Stoller President Gary Mortensen. It will serve as the eventual home of our Dundee Hills tier, and allow us to focus our original winery on our smaller-lot Reserve and Legacy wines.
Stollers new facility will be constructed in an environmentally sustainable fashion. The propertys original facility was the first winery in the world to achieve LEED Gold certification when it debuted in 2006.
The Stoller Family Estate portfolio includes the Legacy, crafted from one to four barrel selections from the vineyards oldest plantings; Reserve, the flagship wines blended from barrel selections; Dundee Hills, estate-grown wines designed to be approachable and affordable; and Single Acre, limited bottlings from Stollers micro plantings available exclusively at the tasting room and online. Stollers Dundee Hills tier is comprised of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir Rosé.
Learn more online at stollerfamilyestate.com