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Business Briefs: March 11


The St. Peters team at Nothing Bundt Cakes celebrated the location’s one-year anniversary. [Photo provided by Jannette Neely]

Nothing Bundt Cakes recently celebrated its one-year anniversary at its St. Peters location at 6123 Mid Rivers Mall Blvd. Owner Jannette Neely began her business in Town & Country in April 2015. Today, the St. Peters location bakes Bundt cakes, Bundtlets and Bundtinis fresh daily in a variety of seasonal and standard flavors, including White Chocolate Raspberry, Carrot and Pecan Praline. 

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Imo’s Pizza opened store number 101 at 3449 Technology Drive in Lake St. Louis. The 2,200-square-foot pizza parlor has seating for 36 as well as a pickup window, carry out and delivery service. The overall design showcases Imo’s new branding initiative with stainless steel features throughout and a black and white mural of St. Louis landmarks.

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Sher the Experience, 3767 New Town Blvd., opened as a creative studio in St. Charles offering a variety of crafting and painting classes using upcycled wine bottles, door mats, or old window frames to create home décor items. Their space is also available to rent for events or private gatherings.

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The Yuppy Puppy Pet Spa and The Pet Doctor announced the plan for their future new home at 5291 Hwy. N, in Cottleville. The Yuppy Puppy and The Pet Doctor will offer the same services found at their current location in WingHaven – grooming, spa services, boarding, along with a larger area for their day care and training facilities at the Yuppy Puppy. The Pet Doctor will continue to provide both preventive care and alternative care options, including chiropractic care, pain management and physical rehabilitation.


Dr. Kristina Petrocco-Napuli was named 2020 Academician of the Year by the American Chiropractic Association. Petrocco-Napuli serves as Logan University’s director of assessment and accreditation. The award is given to individuals who advance the chiropractic profession through academic or educational excellence.

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Sts. Joachim and Ann Care Service announced Gary Kolarcik as the new director of development for the local nonprofit serving the homeless and the hungry. Kolarcik brings over 20 years of leadership experience in comprehensive fundraising initiatives. With a Master of Science in communications management from the University of Tennessee, he has experience in the solicitation of major gifts, annual appeals, grant writing, internet fundraising, sponsorship, special events, marketing, branding and more.

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Karen Englert has been named the new chief executive officer for The Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Charles County, upon the resignation of current CEO Linda Sanchez on March 31. Englert currently serves as the organization’s director of resource development. Prior to her role at Boys & Girls Clubs, Englert served the American Heart Association as director of government relations. She earned her master’s degree in severe developmental disabilities from Webster University.


The Greater St. Charles Chamber of Commerce hosts its Lunch with Leaders program from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18 at Francis Howell North High, 2549 Hackmann Road in St. Charles. The program is on “Building business and community partnerships to provide learning opportunities for students.” Registration is $30 for members; $35 for guests [$5 discount given for early registration]. Register online at gstccc.com.

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The O’Fallon Chamber of Commerce and Industries holds its membership luncheon from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24 at Water’s Edge Banquet Center, 200 Salt Lick Road, St. Peters Golf Club in St. Peters. The guest speaker is Tony Bryan on IT security. Registration is $20 in advance; $25 after Friday, March 20, and includes lunch. Register online at ofallonchamber.org or by calling Cathy Bounds at (636) 240-1818.

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