COLUMBUS - 

State Senator Larry Obhof (R-Medina) joined Main Street Medina and the Medina Area Chamber of Commerce to recognize Got Milt?, which opened its new facility in Medina, Ohio. 

"Medina is a great place to start and grow a small business," said Obhof. "The town's proximity to important markets, growing tourism and proactive support of business expansion efforts contribute to this community's success and help to make Medina a great place to live, work and raise a family."

Officials from the city of Medina, the Medina Chamber of Commerce and Main Street Medina visited the company for a special ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the milestone. 

Got Milt? Health and Fitness Center, owned by Kathy Henderson and Milt Marshall, was recognized for its recent business expansion and the opening of its location at 309 South Court Street. Got Milt? is a one-stop fitness facility, housing five individual health and wellness businesses in one convenient location. These include Bodies in Balance pilates instruction, owned by Anne Bruno; Forever Young Fitness, owned by Christine Fienga; Aesthetically Fit massage therapy service, owned by Deb Sabo; and Serenity Salon hair styling, owned by Kathy Henderson.

 
 
 
  
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