Brief: Revelstoke business licence numbers up

The City of Revelstoke issued 13 new business licenses in January, bringing the total number of licenses in the city up to 920.

The City of Revelstoke issued 13 new business licenses in January, bringing the total number of licenses in the city up to 920. That’s up 15 compared to January of 2011. Here’s some of the new businesses registered with the city in January: Pronto Presto Restorations, restorations contractor; Mackenzie Massage Therapy; Inter-Mtn Testing Ltd., a machine and heavy machinery welding shop involved in testing; Collins Barrow Revelstoke, an accounting firm; SEC Shearing Environmental Consultants, an environmental consulting service; Mike McStay Masonry, a masonry contractor; Kiss and Tell Phone Booth, a photography services business; Welwinds Therapeutic Spa, a massage and acupuncture clinic on Fourth Street East; Great White Buffalo Bed & Breakfast; Revelstoke Web Hosting, a consulting service; WCG International Consultants, an employment placement service.

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