Weight Watchers opens stores
Weight Watchers has opened storefronts in north Spokane and Spokane Valley where members can meet and weigh in, and where the company sells diet foods and weight-loss tools.
“This gives us more visibility and we can just be there all the time when people need us,” said local leader Francie Radecki.
The North Side store opened last week at 814 W. Francis Ave., Suite 4. The Valley store opened after Christmas at 13910 E. Indiana Ave., Suite C, next to Hobby Lobby and the glazed temptations of HoneyBaked Ham.
Most days each location will host a couple of Weight Watchers group meetings, and staff will be on hand to answer questions. The stores are open daily by 9 a.m. and will close around 7 or 8 p.m. weekdays, 2 p.m. on weekends.
Food items for sale include sweet and salty snacks, smoothie mixes and oatmeal. Program materials, available for members to buy, include food scales, cookbooks, measuring spoons, pedometers and exercise kits.
Meeting details: www.weightwatchers .com.
DeVries moves main offices
DeVries Moving Packing Storage is moving its corporate office into the former offices and warehouses of Columbia Paint in Spokane.
The local agent for Atlas Van Lines, DeVries handles household relocations, commercial office moving, new furniture installations and more.
Owners Mike and Becky DeVries finalized an agreement to buy a 38,900-square-foot warehouse and office at 112 N. Haven St. and an adjacent 23,450-square-foot warehouse at 25 N. Fiske St.
DeVries has leased space in the Spokane Industrial Park for 30 years.
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