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Max-Wellness pilots self-care retail concept in Naples, Fla., retirement community

BY Michael Johnsen

CLEVELAND — Max-Wellness on Wednesday announced that it will open the first of its new concept Mini-Max stores in The Center for Healthy Living situated on the 83-acre campus of Moorings Park, an upscale Naples, Fla., retirement community. The grand opening will be held May 7 and will feature a number of services for its 700-plus residents and visitors, including medical and exercise facilities, a spa and beauty center and a 75-seat movie theatre.

“We’re extremely pleased to collaborate with Max-Wellness to situate a store in our new Center for Healthy Living," stated Moorings Park CEO Dan Lavender. "Our companies share a common objective to provide outstanding service and convenience for our residents, staff and guests.”

The merchandise selected for the Moorings Park location was done in collaboration with its medical staff and wellness providers. Products range from natural and organic vitamins and supplements to mobility devices, fitness items, braces and supports.

The Max-Wellness store at Moorings Park will be staffed by trained wellness advocates to help residents and staff navigate Max-Wellness’ "Product & Answers for Healthy Living"  offering. 

Max-Wellness reported that Moorings Park will be a prototype operation used as a springboard for future expansion in other markets throughout the country. "Today there are approximately 30,000 retirement facilities operating in the U.S., and Max-Wellness intends to focus primarily on upscale operations," said Max-Wellness CEO Michael Feuer. "Last year, Max-Wellness opened its first hospital Mini-Max test store, located in Lake West Medical Center, in a far eastern Cleveland suburb. The company is exploring additional hospital expansion similar in size to the new approximately 500 sq. ft. Moorings Park store," he said. "The hospital stores are typically located in the main lobby and feature products for patients to advance their rehabilitation and care after leaving a medical center."

 

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Clif Bar adds CEO to Kevin Cleary’s title

BY Michael Johnsen

EMERYVILLE, Calif. — Clif Bar on Wednesday promoted Kevin Cleary, president and COO, to CEO. In his new role as CEO, Cleary will focus on expanding Clif Bar’s growth in the sports nutrition and healthy snacks category while continuing to lead the company’s day-to-day business operations.

Owners Gary Erickson and Kit Crawford will continue as co-chairs of Clif Bar’s board of directors.

“Kevin’s talent for leadership and passion for a sustainable business model is evident by our tremendous business growth. To date, Kevin has expanded Clif Bar’s national and international distribution while directing the rapid expansion of the company’s portfolio of on-the-go snacks,” Erickson said. 

“With a passion for people engagement and environmental and social responsibility, Kevin has increased the use of organic and certified sustainable ingredients in our products to new levels,” Crawford added.

 

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Report: Walgreens to raise $85 million through sale of six-building office campus

BY Michael Johnsen

DEERFIELD, Ill. — Walgreens will sell its six-building office campus, where it will remain a tenant, for $85 million, according to a report published Tuesday by Chicago Real Estate Daily

According to the report, Walgreens hired Jones Lang LaSalle to sell the 38-acre campus, which it would lease back for 10 years.

Walgreen plans multimillion-dollar improvements to its offices within the first two years of the leaseback deal, the report noted. The buildings were constructed from 1976 to 1989.

 

 

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