Paradise Screen Printing has moved to Main Avenue.
Owner Shane Neibauer said previous locations on Hamilton Street and Lovett Avenue had put the shop in more industrial areas the past four years.
“We want to be more part of the community,” he said. “A lot of people didn’t know we had been in business.”
Paradise does produce embroidery and screen printing in-house, which allows it to complete last-minute rush orders, Neibauer said.
“We have the staff to do that because we do it in-house,” he said.
Paradise also boasts a color vinyl printer for small orders or single prints.
“We can do pretty much anything,” Neibauer said of items ranging from can koozies to beanie hats to hooded sweatshirts for both commercial customers and personal use.
Neibauer has five people on staff plus himself at 208 E. Main Ave. Suite 1. The store is open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Golf Etc. also will be moving to a new location on Jan. 2.
“We just needed a bigger facility,” said Jen Smith, general manager.
The golf supply store picked its new 511 Airport Road location, which used to house Brown & Saenger office supplies, because it had the space for eight golf simulators.
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Golf Etc. hosts indoor golf leagues in the fall and winter. There were more than 300 golfers participating in the fall league and the additional machines will help meet growing demand, Smith said.
The simulators allow people to virtually play on almost 30 golf courses. Open play is allowed on the weekends and the simulators also are used for customers to try clubs before buying.
“We will still have our pro shop with repairs, as well as food and beverages,” Smith said.
Golf Etc.’s Front Street location will close for its move, reopening in the remodeled space Jan. 14.
Hours will be 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday.
Finally, Caves has been seeing success in its new Tacoma Avenue location the past few months.
Owner Ron Stotz also had another company, Greenlight Systems, with smart home and security offerings, when he saw the need for a store offering game room products. He opened Caves in Pinehurst Square but quickly realized his two businesses might work better together.
The two companies were merged and took over the entirety of the two-story 1365 Tacoma Ave. building, allowing customers to get their home theater and smart home systems in the same place.
“We actually added a lot more decor since we’ve been down here,” Stotz said of vintage sports, Coke and Pepsi signs.
Popular items have been pool tables and classic arcade games, according to Stotz. In addition to sales, Caves can help with design of a room, from risers for a home theater to lighting, and services all its products.
Stotz said Caves would like to become the go-to spot for dart and pool league participants. Even in rural areas, customers could purchase something online and Caves can expedite their order and drop ship it out to them, he said.
Caves is open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
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