Business briefs, Nov. 15 edition

Brighten up your smile at Modern Dentistry

Shrewsbury – Dr. Todd Pizzi at Modern Dentistry, 307 Grafton St., provides KR Whitening as an option to patients who wish to brighten their smiles. It is the newest, most effective deep bleaching technique that works by restoring the teeth's ability to absorb oxygen. The oxygen from the whitening gel is absorbed deeply into each tooth. Unlike other whitening methods, KR Whitening is a comfortable, easy process with little to no sensitivity. The results are permanent: a beautiful, healthy, natural looking smile. It is considered to be the most reliable and effective bleaching system ever developed.

For more information about Modern Dentistry of Shrewsbury or Stoughton Dental Group, visit www.shrewsburydentist.com or www.stoughtondentalgroup.com. To make an appointment, call 508-842-8838.


Mark's Moving receives honors at annual convention

Westborough – During its annual convention earlier this month, Arpin Vanlines awarded Mark's Moving & Storage, Inc., with the Silver Quality Agent Award. The honor is given each year to those agents who consistently provide high quality service to their customers.

As an agent of Arpin Vanlines, Mark's Moving provides interstate and international moving services, in addition to its local moving, storage, packing and self-storage business. In 2011, Arpin awarded the company its Humanitarian Award, recognizing the company's community involvement and charity work.

“Our philosophy has been the same since 1979,” said Mark Silverman, president and CEO of Mark's Moving. “Make sure every customer is 100 percent satisfied and give back to the community as much as possible. It's an honor to be recognized by our partner Arpin Vanlines and we look forward to keeping the bar set high.”


Assumption offers continuing education program

Region – Assumption College Continuing and Career Education (CCE) offers a private college degree at a state university cost, with 24 degree concentrations and nine certificate programs to advance students” education and careers. Assumption's CCE program accepts more transfer credits than any other local institution and offers the flexibility of online, blended, accelerated, and traditional classes.

For more information see the insert in today's paper, visit www.assumption.edu/cce, or contact 508-767-7364 or goplaces@assumption.edu.


Arrojo products now at New Leaf Salon & Spa

Arrojo products now available at New Leaf Salon & Spa. Photo/submitted

Arrojo products now available at New Leaf Salon & Spa. Photo/submitted

Northborough – The word is outand New Leaf Salon & Spa is getting a great response from the buzz around town.

The salon is now proud to introduce the full line of Arrojo Styling Products developed by Nick Arrojo, a celebrity stylist who was featured for seven years on TLC's popular show, “What Not to Wear.

Arrojo will also be meeting this month with the salon's staff to share his philosophy of “Paying it Forward with Education” and to teach his innovative and award-winning scissor and razor haircutting techniques.

Come in and see what everyone is talking about. Contact New Leaf at 508-351-9009 or visit www.newleafsalon.com. The salon is located at 290 W. Main St.


Pets Gone Healthy to host holiday open house

Marlborough – Pets Gone Healthy will be holding its ninth annual Holiday Open House Saturday, Nov. 23 and Sunday, Nov. 24. Get a start on your holiday shopping and come enjoy refreshments, prizes and drawings for great prizes. Bring your pets in to have their photos taken with Santa. There is no charge but donations are welcomed; proceeds will benefit local animal shelters. Please call 508-485-3881 to reserve a time.

Pets Gone Healthy is located at the TwinBoro Crossing, 505 Boston Post Rd. West, Marlborough. Visit them at www.petsgonehealthy.com.

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