The Bellingham Business Journal
PartEZon to open at Bakerview Square
PartEZon, a one-stop event-planning store, recently signed a lease for Suite 106 in Bakerview Square.
Owners Todd Toner and Ernest Schimpeler will offer services such as balloon delivery, tables and chair rentals, catering, floral designing, and even blow-up bouncy houses.
Toner said he expects the business to open Jan. 2, 2008, after improvements to the 2,100-square-foot space are completed. It’s an ideal location for one-stop shopping, Toner said.
Before relocating to Bellingham, Toner managed a plant nursery in California and Schimpeler owned a chiropractic clinic.
New restaurant to open on Bakerview
Soy House, a traditional Vietnamese restaurant, is currently under construction at 414 W. Bakerview Rd., Suite 112.
Owner Tony Nguyen said the construction is underway on the 1,500-square-foot space and he plans to have the restaurant open by February. The menu will include organic ingredients and several traditional Vietnamese items, such as a noodle and meat soup called pho.
Previously, Nguyen was the general manager for Sbarro in the Bellis Fair mall. He recently completed his bachelor’s degree in finance. For more information, call 224-0281.
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