Halloween business opens doors, Realty Executives Masters makes a move and Fitness business gears up for grand opening

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Spooktacular shopping

Halloween Alley has opened its doors for Halloween season. The store has relocated to 19 Bellerose Drive, where London Drugs used to be located.

The store opened on Sept. 16 and sells everything to do with Halloween. Customers can buy costumes, decorations and even Halloween-themed non-prescription contacts from the store.

Halloween Alley will be open until Nov. 2. For more information visit their website https://www.halloweenalley.ca/

Realty renamed

Realty Executives Masters is making a move to Century 21.

Starting on Oct. 1 the realty business will be called Century 21 Masters. James Mabey, realtor with Realty Executives Masters, says the move was made in consideration with the rest of the team of 46 realtors making the move.

“It was a collaborative process with our agents to make sure they have the best tools and technology to service their clients even better going forward.”

He says he’s excited about the transition and is looking forward to moving ahead with Century 21.

Fitness business kicks off

FX3 is celebrating their grand opening on Oct. 5. The fitness business offers 45-minute high intensity interval training that combines indoor cycling, jump rope and body weight exercises.

The business currently has two coaches and 27 classes to choose from.

FX3 has 1,782 sq. ft. to their name and is located at #120, 44 Riel Drive. For more information or to book a class visit their website at https://www.fx3fitness.com/ or call 780-470-3232.

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Dayla Lahring

Dayla Lahring joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2017. She writes about business, health, general news and features. She also contributes photographs.