Three new businesses will join merchants in San Marco Plaza in Lakewood Ranch, plaza officials announced Wednesday.
The businesses include Pedigree Lily Pet Spa and Boutique, Underseas Paradise, and Larry G. Harness with Edward Jones Investments.
“San Marco Plaza is very excited about these announcements, and we are looking forward to having these three businesses open their doors,” said Anthony Vento, San Marco Plaza Board president.
The Pedigree Lily, which also operates a store in west Bradenton, will offer hand-raised puppies as well as grooming services. The company also operates locations in California, Utah and this summer, North Carolina.
Underseas Paradise, scheduled to open June 1, is an aquarium shop that will offer saltwater and freshwater fish, corals, live rock, food and aquarium supplies. The businesses also designs and installs aquariums and filter systems for customers and will service tanks. Owner John Leach has more than 27 years of experience in the trade.
Finally, Larry G. Harness with Edward Jones Investments will be joining the plaza May 26. Edward Jones is a full-service brokerage firm offering solutions-based service to clients.
For more information, call 907-9296 or visit www.sanmarcoplaza.com.
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