Medford Business Grapevine

October 2012

October 2012

Stop Smoking and More with Renée Miereanu at The Breathe Center

When Renée Miereanu, founder of The Breathe Center, was in her own therapy years ago, she was fascinated by the relatively rapid ways that she healed from the various modalities she experienced. "So I began to study advanced, clinical hypnotherapy and counseling methods," Renée said.

Her studies soon brought her to the Professional Associates in Clinical Hypnosis, Education and Research Foundation of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis.

September 2012

September 2012

SoundScape  Mobile Hearing Aid Specialists

According to South Medford High graduate Nathan Willard, to be a good hearing aid specialist you have to care about people, be able to listen to them, and have the tenacity to keep working at a problem until it's solved.

And thanks to a diverse background, Nathan possesses all of these qualities. He was All-Conference in both football and wrestling at South, and after college, grad school and the Air Force, Nathan returned to Medford with his wife Jessi to raise their children.

August 2012

August 2012

Decorative Landscape Curbing Made Easy with Redi-Curb

After seven years in telecommunications in Utah, Kevin Kelly was ready to make a career change and become his own boss. And as if out of a movie, his opportunity literally arrived at his doorstep, well, actually one door down.

"To my amazement, I woke up one day to a neighbor having a cement curb installed around his lawn in the snow," Kevin said. "At that point, I decided I had finally found the concept I was looking for: a practical product that anyone can use whether around a lawn as a mowing strip, along a driveway as a finishing touch, or in a pathway to retain rock."

July 2012

July 2012

My Daughter’s Closet

Medford native Tami Abeloe has seen many consignment stores come and go during the past three years since opening her own upper end consignment store— My Daughter’s Closet—in May of 2009. “I think the misconception is that this is an easy business to be in,” Tami explains. “Let me assure you, it takes a lot of work and business sense. Slow and steady wins the race. Our customer service really sets us apart. We love our customers and consignors – we consider them our friends!”
My Daughter’s Closet, located at 237 E. Main Street in downtown Medford, offers brand name clothing, shoes, and accessories at reasonable prices    for women and teens. In December of 2011 they added to their space by taking on a vacancy at the back of the store, which is now home to their junior selections.

June 2012

June 2012

Luciano Incorporated

“I’m not selling 99 cent burgers,” Dominic Luciano said as he and his dog, Rocky, relaxed on a large beanbag in his Medford production studio. “And I’m not just some schmuck on Craigslist. I know what I’m doing, and my work reflects that.”
Dominic is a one-man production company. From photography, videography, graphic design to music production, Luciano Incorporated has you covered. “All my life, I’ve done art,” Dominic said. “Music production is my favorite. I’ve always been a musician. It’s who I am; it can’t be taken out of me.”
Shorty after his birth, Dominic was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. As a form of physical therapy, he began playing the piano at age two. In grade school, he was classically trained for over four years; he then joined the jazz band at North Medford High School.

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