<h3>Screen Printing Shop Launches</h3>
YOU NAME IT, a screen printing embroidery shop, has closed its store on Worthington Boulevard and starting July 1 is instead focusing on a full-service website — www.younameiturbana.com.
“The website-only business will better serve our customers with a more one-on-one format,” said Carla Steele, co-owner of YOU NAME IT.
Since opening the store in 2008, long-time Urbana sports-team moms and owners Steele and Sandy Baker have helped design and sell personalized athletic wear, corporate apparel and gift items.
“Sandy and I were very involved in local sports when our kids were young,” Steele said. “We often helped with ordering and selling the spirit wear at the games.”
As their kids grew up, Steele and Baker noticed a need for the service. “Our goal was to give local families and businesses a place within their community to purchase high quality apparel, promotional items and spirit wear,” Steele said.
YOU NAME IT will still offer apparel and personalize embroidery on the website and also go to local sporting events to display the offerings, size the athletes and then deliver items to the team. YOU NAME IT also offers custom fundraising programs for sports programs and schools.
“While the change is bittersweet because we’ve made so many new friends through the shop,” Steele said, “[we] believe this will help us to provide more products and services. This is a wonderful community and we want to remain a valuable, customer-oriented business in the Urbana and surrounding areas.”
For more information, visit www.younameiturbana.com.
<h3>Integrative Healthcare Program</h3>
Frederick Primary Care Associates (FPCA), located in the medical office building on Worthington Boulevard, has recently partnered with Holistic Health Associates and Sol Yoga, which has three locations in the Frederick area, including Urbana, to provide an Integrative Healthcare Program. Holistic Health Associates is a provider of wellness services in Frederick. The Integrative Healthcare Program will include stress management, nutrition, biofeedback, acupuncture and yoga.
“This partnership will bring the best of modern, holistic and preventative medicine to the area, all in one practice,” said Dr. Diana Juliano, a fellow in Integrative Medicine.
A new four-week program will teach techniques in stress reduction and overall wellness. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call FPCA at 240.215.6900 or visit www.frederickhealthcare.com. Or contact Sol Yoga at 877.SOL.YOGA or www.solyoga.org.