The real estate brokerage firm IndyQuest Properties has debuted a new look on social media as well as in its signage, but firm owner Holly Inderrieden said it still has the same mission: “Your Dream is Our Quest” in real estate.
Creative support for the new branding came from Laura Tracy at Cork Creative Co.
“We were looking for a sharper direction on the brand and Laura not only delivered but our team is extremely excited about the fresh new look,” Inderrieden said.
For more than two years, IndyQuest has saved a portion from every sale to be able to fund the drilling of water wells in Africa.
“We are partnering with 4Africa and are thrilled to say that we have now raised funds to fully fund two wells to make clean water a reality,” broker owner Creston Inderrieden said. “The first well will be drilling this year.”
IndyQuest Properties has also continued its community support to host much-needed blood drives during the pandemic with the leadership of its agent, Michele Nicol.
Two new team members have recently been added, Austin Nicoson and Glenn Taylor. For more information, visit www.indyquest.net.
GOOF getting Sport Clips
Sport Clips Haircuts, the nation’s largest franchise dedicated to men’s and boys’ hair care, will open Aug. 17 in Oak Forest’s Ella Oaks shopping center at 1727 W. 34th St.
This new location, owned by local resident Chris Martin, is the latest of the franchise’s more than 1,850 locations across the U.S. and Canada as well as the 94th for the Houston area.
“Sport Clips offers our clients the expertise of well-trained stylists in a fun and clean environment where they can enjoy watching sports on TV during their haircut,” Martin said. “The health and safety of clients and stylists are at the forefront of our grand opening process, and we look forward to introducing clients to our services and distinctive experience.”
The new Sport Clips will offer “Sport Clips Clean Certified” stylists who have completed course work and are practicing enhanced sanitation guidelines as well as stylists wearing masks. Disposable masks are available for clients upon request.
Large, flat-screen televisions will play sports programming at each haircut station and in the lobby. Online check-in is the best way to schedule service with an estimated wait time.
The Oak Forest/Garden Oaks Sport Clips will provide free “MVP upgrades” to all first-time clients who purchase a haircut service. Hours of operation will be Monday through Friday from 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday from noon-5 p.m.
For more information, visit www.sportclips.com/tx552, find them on Instagram @sportclips_oakforest or Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SCTX552.
Massage Express opens at Pinemont Pavillion
Parichat Intapanya opened her massage therapy business, Massage Express, at the Pinemont Pavillion in the same complex at Marchese’s Kitchen and Ploughman’s Deli one week before businesses were shuttered during the city’s spring lockdown. And it remained closed for two months.
Now she is open by appointment only so she can control social distancing.
“Since reopening I have established a small but loyal customer base from the local community,” Intapanya said.
She specializes in deep tissue and Thai yoga (stretching), which she calls the “Therapeutic Combination.”
“I do adjustable levels of pressure, based on the client’s comfort level,” she said. “I offer Thai balm muscle therapy for muscle pain at no additional charge.”
Booking is available through the website, massageexpressbypari.com. Appointments are available Monday through Sunday from 9 a.m.-8 pm.
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