Business listings, April 13, 2014

These applications for assumed business names were filed recently at the Champaign County clerk's office:

At Home Real Estate, P.O. Box 441, U, by Janice Vidovic Mouschovias, 1303 Scovill St., U.

King Philly Sandwiches, 205 W. Shelly Drive, Unit 1C, Thomasboro, by David King, same address, and David King, 1204 E. Florida Ave., U.

It's Your Business: Paxton firm starts delivery of pet supplies

A Paxton business has begun offering free delivery of pet food and other pet supplies to customers who live within 30 miles of the store.

Designer Dog Salon has been in Paxton for five years, and owners Justin and Courtney Bouse recently started Designer Dog Delivery to transport the products to customers' homes.

The Music Men: Fourth-generation owner retiring with many memories

CHAMPAIGN — C.V. Lloyde is a little worried about retirement.

"This business is all I've ever done," said the fourth-generation music store owner. "I have no hobbies. I'm a little concerned, a little afraid. I plan to move where it's warm all the time and play golf."

President to amplify focus on audio, video systems

CHAMPAIGN — Stephen Morris, the president of C.V. Lloyde, is taking the business into a new era and a new locale.

But his association with the business extends back more than 30 years.

This summer the company will move to the Lincoln Commerce Center at 702 Killarney St., U, to devote itself to the design and installation of audio and video systems.

EP Purification win will get product ready for market

CHAMPAIGN — A Champaign company that won $100,000 in a clean-energy competition last week says it plans to use the money to get its product ready for market.

EP Purification won the $100,000 Wells Fargo Early-Stage Prize at the 2014 Clean Energy Challenge in Chicago.

Q&A with Murray Wise

Murray Wise, chairman and CEO of Murray Wise Associates and former CEO of the Westchester Group, was recently chosen as Parkland College's 2014 V. Dale Cozad Entrepreneur of the Year. He will be honored June 12 in a fund-raising banquet for the college's entrepreneurial program.

Business listings, April 6, 2014

These applications for assumed business names were filed recently at the Champaign County clerk's office:

Gorsel, 2518 Waterville Drive, C, by Ratko Orlandic, same address.

Magnolia Lawn Care, P.O. Box 6164, C, by Janice Hayes, 3307 Melissa Lane, C.

Mary Ann Simkins, P.O. Box 213, Savoy, by Mary Ann Offenstein, same address.

It's Your Business: Ko-Fusion opens on campus

Ko-Fusion on Campus has opened, offering a "quick casual" version of the popular downtown Champaign restaurant.

The new location, at 701 S. Gregory St., U — just to the south and east of Krannert Center for the Performing Arts — is open from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

The restaurant, owned by Janet and Barry Bubin, features "Dollar Sushi."

Business and professional briefs, April 6, 2014

New jobs

Lee joins law firm. Matthew D. Lee has joined the Meyer Capel law firm in Champaign as an associate attorney.

He will concentrate his practice in the area of civil litigation.

Lee received his law degree from the University of Illinois in 2003.

It's Your Business: Olive oil shop moves to Champaign

If your salad is looking a little naked, you can find not just dressing but a whole wardrobe for it at Olive Oil International.

The new store at Market Place Mall sells 18 types of infused olive oil and 22 kinds of balsamic vinegar, according to store owner Samudrika "Sam" Weeraratne.

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