Business briefs for June 20

June 20, 2004

New business sells, services scooters

B & T Scooters has opened at 185 Roy Arnold Ave. in Danville.

Owned by Buster Turner and managed by Kenneth Tanner, the new business sells Terminator and Sun L brand scooters, and also offers parts and repairs.

The business offers many colors and styles of both electric and gas models.

Hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Phone: (859) 236-6899 or (859) 983-5725.

Computer, communications business expands

Judy's Networking & Computers LLC has opened at 100 E. Main St. in Burgin.

Owned by Judy Bagan, Jason Bagan, Doug Bagan and Ila Brown, the business is managed by Judy Bagan and Jason Bagan.


The business offers computer networking, custom-built computers, repairs, upgrades, satellite, Internet and TV services, Southeast Telephone local and long-distance telephone service, DSL and dial-up Internet, as well as on-site, high-speed Internet rental.

Judy Bagan has 35 years of experience in computer technology. Jason Bagan has five years of experience.

Bagan previously had operated the business out of her home. A grand opening for the new store will be held June 25.

Two stylists join Ricashades

Two stylists have joined Ricashades Hair & Nail Salon in Danville.

Lori Jo Smolinsky comes to the salon with nine years of experience as a stylist, salon owner and salon manager.

Sara Sergent is a graduate of Barrett and Co. School of Hair Design, specializes in foil highlighting techniques and is exclusively Paul Mitchell educated.

The salon is at 1714 Perryville Road, Suite 104. Phone: (859) 238-2100.

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