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Business Briefs - June 5

June 05, 2011

The Little Gym

Carl Wilhelm and Michelle Wilhelm, owners of The Little Gym of Hagerstown, joined franchisees from the United States, Europe, Mexico, Canada, the Philippines, Kuwait and China in celebrating The Little Gym’s 35th anniversary at the company’s annual “Reunion” Conference. The event was held from April 29 to May 2 at the Doubletree Paradise Valley Resort in Scottsdale, Ariz.

In a nod to the company’s 35th anniversary, the conference’s theme, “TLG35: The Quantum Leap,” set the tone for introducing franchisees to the enhancements it plans to roll out at its children’s gyms worldwide, beginning this fall.

Building on The Little Gym’s physical activity curriculum, the new Three-Dimensional Learning structure — Get Moving, Brain Boost and Citizen Kid — provides a framework in which children can experience and build on success as they master new physical, emotional and life skills.



Dot Foods

WILLIAMSPORT — For the second time in a row, Dot Foods’ Maryland warehouse team on second shift broke the company record for the most days without a recordable injury in the warehouse.

On Nov. 5, 2008, the team set the old record at 893 days, which it broke April 18, 2011, when the team reached 894 days.

The streak continues with more than 900 days so far, and the crew plans on celebrating with a special event when it reaches the 1,000-day mark.

While safety has always been a top priority for Dot Foods, Goal Zero serves as a major initiative throughout 2011, with the plan of reaching zero injuries companywide.


Love Health Service

WILLIAMSPORT — Love Health Service, a regional provider of medical training and automatic external defibrillator sales and service, recently announced it added in-office medical training courses.

Love Health Service now offers the American Heart Association’s Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) course options. These courses, while currently only offered at hospitals, will now be offered by Love Health Service in the medical practices’ office.

The courses will teach the updated action steps of CPR and other advanced medical treatments. Medical practices can take any of the courses offered online.

For more information, go to www.lovehealthservice.com or call 800-814-3125.

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