Business Climate Soars in Chelsea

March 1, 2013
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The grand opening of the Hair Cuttery salon at 1086 Revere Beach Parkway on Tuesday further illustrates the favorable economic climate that exists in Chelsea and that businesses of a national scope and a local scope can coexist and succeed in our city.

City Manager Jay Ash, who helped cut the ribbon at the ceremony, has done an outstanding job in bringing new businesses to our city. The total transformation of the Everett Area site where the mall once inhabited is indicative of the forward thinking and ingenuity of our city manager to build a strong, vibrant business district that will attract shoppers from Chelsea and beyond.

And as we turn our attention to what long-time Chelsea residents remember as the Parkway Plaza Shopping Center, we welcome Hair Cuttery to this bustling and growing commercial area where new stores, popular restaurants, and specialty businesses abound.

Our city’s business people are also aided by having an outstanding Chamber of Commerce organization headed by Executive Director Donald Harney and President Arthur Arsenault. The Chamber is always ready to assist businesses in the city and help them grow and prosper.

Welcome to our city, Hair Cuttery. We’re sure you’ll find Chelsea to be a great place.


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