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.