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Bare Arms celebrates opening of second location in Huntington

June 29, 2018

BARBOURSVILLE — Bare Arms, a gun store, range and training facility, celebrated the opening of its second location, this one in Huntington, on Saturday, June 23.

“After the successful opening of the original Bare Arms located in Ashland, Kentucky, in 2016 the owner, Billy Bare, sought to expand his business after countless requests and support from his patrons in the Huntington area,” Josh Willis, manager at the Huntington Bare Arms, said. “Along with the many locals in attendance were Evan Jenkins, congressman and Bob Bailey Cabell County commissioner, who pushed for its construction.”

Willis said the new Bare Arms offers a showroom, climate-controlled firing range and a restaurant, Bombshells Burgers & BBQ.

“Bombshells Burgers & BBQ is a World War II-themed diner offering local BBQ, decorated with pictures from the era, including photos of local men and women that served during the war,” Willis said.

Willis added that the Huntington Bare Arms will offer the same services as the Ashland facility does.

“Safety is paramount at Bare Arms,” said owner Billy Bare. “We pride ourselves in having a welcoming atmosphere and a safe place for shooters of all ages and experience levels.”

Bare Arms-Ashland is located at 3502 Winchester Ave.

Bare Arms-Huntington is located right off exit 8 on I-64 at 2134 5th Street Road.

VALLEY HEALTH: Valley Health is now offering audiology and hearing aid services at its FoodFair location in Barboursville.

This expansion will allow the convenience of scheduling hearing screenings, making hearing aid product selections, and getting hearing aids fitted in one trip, the company said in a news release.

Audiology services at Valley Health–FoodFair will be provided by audiologists Pamela Adkins, Kimberly Legg and Robin Porter, all of whom also work at Valley Health–Ear, Nose & Throat (formerly Tri-State Otolaryngology) on Stonecrest Drive in Huntington.

“We have been operating a health center and offering walkin family medicine services within FoodFair’s Barboursville store for the last two years,” stated Valley Health executive director and CEO Steve Shattls. “Having access to audiology services and hearing aid products in that type of retail environment is something that the community needs. We also think patients will enjoy the practicality and convenience.”

Valley Health at FoodFair is located at 6350 U.S. Route 60 in Barboursville. For more information, call 304-523-3490.

McDONALD’S: A ceremony showcasing the new remodeling of the South Point, Ohio, McDonald’s restaurant’s dining area took place last week.

The McDonald’s, located at 295 County Road, hosted a grand reopening ceremony that featured a new change in design that, according to a news release from the Lawrence County Convention & Visitors Bureau.

“This is a restaurant everyone can enjoy going to, whether it’s individuals, family, or friends, so it’s good to see McDonald’s felt the need to further enhance their dining experience through remodeling” said Shirley Dyer, director of the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce. “They have done a fantastic job at working towards customer satisfaction, and this remodeling is another enhancement towards the overall experience. The customers will appreciate that.”

OHIO VALLEY BANK: Ohio Valley Bank announced plans for a “Customer Appreciation Day” on Friday, June 29, at its office located at 280 E. Main St. in Milton.

For the celebration, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the bank will be grilling hot dogs and will have outdoor games, including ladder ball and cornhole. Giveaways and a prize drawing will round out the day.

Fred Pace is the business reporter for The Herald-Dispatch. Send your business news and photos to fpace@herald-dispatch.com. You can also call 304-526-2729. Follow him at Facebook.com/FredPaceHD and via Twitter @FredPaceHD.