Lo­cal mov­ing com­pany makes ac­qui­si­tion


at home where you have to put up costs for all the equip­ment you would need,” Court­ney said.

Both own­ers have other jobs and also teach at the Vis­ual Arts Cen­ter.

Wicks, who stud­ied ce­ram­ics and tex­tiles at Vir­ginia Com­mon­wealth Univer­sity, is pro­gram co­or­di­na­tor at Quirk Gallery. Court­ney, who stud­ied at the Rochester In­sti­tute of Tech­nol­ogy and the San Fran­cisco Art Stu­dio, is a pro­fes­sional pho­tog­ra­pher.

In­for­ma­tion on up­com­ing classes is avail­able at handthrown.stu­dio.

An­n­Marie Grohs has opened Boho Fit Stu­dio at 127 W. Brook­land Park Blvd.

“We of­fer car­dio and strength-train­ing group classes, yoga, per­sonal train­ing and nu­tri­tion coach­ing. The stu­dios can ac­com­mo­date up to 27 peo­ple at a time. We are of­fer­ing 26 classes a week,” Grohs said.

It’s Grohs’ third bou­tique fit­ness stu­dio in Rich­mond. She also op­er­ates Boho Cy­cle Stu­dios at 714 N. Sheppard St. in the Mu­seum Dis­trict and at 2401 E. Mar­shall St. in Church Hill.

For more in­for­ma­tion, go to Bo­hos­tu­dios.com. Po­tomac Mills shop­ping cen­ter in Wood­bridge.

Hen­rico County-based D1 Mov­ing & Stor­age has ac­quired an­other lo­cal mov­ing firm, Rich­mond Com­mer­cial Ser­vices.

The ac­qui­si­tion in­cludes the Rich­mond Com­mer­cial Ser­vices name, ap­prox­i­mately 20 em­ploy­ees, mov­ing trucks, equip­ment and two ware­houses. Rich­mond Com­mer­cial, lo­cated on Rhoad­miller Street in Rich­mond, will move its of­fice op­er­a­tions to the D1 Mov­ing & Stor­age head­quar­ters at 4817 Beth­le­hem Road.

“With this strate­gic ac­qui­si­tion, we’re po­si­tion­ing D1 Mov­ing as a lo­cal mar­ket leader that can take on any res­i­den­tial and com­mer­cial mov­ing and stor­age project,” said Alec Voze­nilek, D1 Mov­ing & Stor­age founder and pres­i­dent, in a state­ment.

Rich­mond Com­mer­cial Ser­vices, founded in 1994, will con­tinue to op­er­ate un­der that name, Voze­nilek said.

“Rich­mond Com­mer­cial Ser­vices will be the com­mer­cial side of our en­tire branch. D1 Mov­ing & Stor­age will be the res­i­den­tial side,” he said. “There will be some cross­over be­cause the work we do is sim­i­lar.”

D1 Mov­ing & Stor­age was founded in Char­lottesville in 2015. The com­pany spe­cial­izes in pack­ing, long-term stor­age, es­tate sales, auc­tions, pack­age re­ceiv­ing and de­liv­ery.

With the ac­qui­si­tion, D1 Mov­ing & Stor­age has about 50 em­ploy­ees, 15 mov­ing trucks and four ware­house lo­ca­tions.

Fi­nan­cial terms of the deal were not dis­closed.

Michelle Mil­lett and Jer­rod House test out the bathing tubs at Di­a­monds and Dutch Pet Bath and Spa LLC in Rich­mond.

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