Biz buzz:
‘Spring Dog Wash’ raises money for All Breed

       All Breed Rescue & Training will hold a “Spring Dog Wash” Friday, April 25 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Wag-n-Wash, 1625 West Uintah St.
       Proceeds will support All Breed, a non-profit that protects at-risk shelter dogs. The suggested donation is $20 for a wash and dry (although $10 will be accepted).
       Appointments are recommended. For more information, call the All Breed Rescue office at 264-6460.
      
       Nick Bogacz is the new owner of Landmark Express, at 304 S. Eighth St., in the La Casita shopping center.
       In addition, in the same building, Bogacz has opened Umax, a mortgage business from Lone Tree, Colo.
       Landmark's services include a packing and shipping, mail-box rentals, copying, postal supplies and U-Haul truck rentals.
       Having the two businesses together is a good mix “because lot of people are moving,” Bogacz said.
       Both businesses are open Monday through Saturday.
       The phone is 577-4533.
      
       Trish Stahl recently relocated her Pilates business one block south of her previous location on Cucharras Street, joining her husband Kenny, a licensed neuromuscular therapist with 17 years experience, to open Revibe Pilates & Bodywork.
       The new address is 2410 W. Vermijo Ave.
       Mat classes are open on a drop-in basis. Private apparatus classes and massage therapy are available by appointment.
       They are planning a grand opening Saturday, May 17.
       The phone numbers are 231-6430 (Pilates) and 231-6429 (massage therapy). The website is revibepilates.com.

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