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Starting Strength opens new franchise location in Boise (access required)

With the gym’s opening on July 12, Boise will now be the eighth city to host a Starting Strength franchise gym. The new gym will feature a barbell-centered training program designed to build strength over time and feature trainer-led courses that ...

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Killer Creamery launches new product, tests marketing strategy (access required)

Keto-friendly entrepreneurship venture Killer Creamery is expanding its product line with a healthy option ice cream sandwich, and is now garnering feedback through July 19 in the Treasure Valley through a new marketing strategy. The novelty concept of a neighborhood ice cream truck coupled with the record temperatures has so ...

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Alx Stevens joins Idaho Business Review as managing editor

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Alx Stevens has been hired as the managing editor of Idaho Business Review. She enters the position after freelance writing news articles and special publication pieces for Idaho Business Review during the past two years. Some of her coverage includes ...

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CEOs of Influence honored at intimate reception

2021 CEOs of Influence

On June 29 — following this year’s CEOs of Influence Awards program, which took place via a virtual stream on June 24 — the 20 CEOs honored were invited to attend an in-person celebration at the Arid Club, sponsor of ...

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Valley County offers cuisine seekers a gamut of dining options (access required)

The picturesque views of colorful mountains, pristine lakes and wildlife sightings are alone worth the two (plus)-hour drive out of the Boise metro area into Valley County, but a collection of seven smallish cities will attract more than outdoor recreation ...

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Escape to the great outdoors

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While COVID may have slowed down some businesses in 2020, it certainly didn’t seem to slow down tourism in Idaho.   Attendance at Idaho state parks has skyrocketed since COVID, according to Idaho State Parks & Recreation’s Public Information Specialist Chelsea ...

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