By Ashley Neese
September 6, 2022

June and July 2022 ribbon cuttings

Seven businesses were recently recognized by the Edmond Chamber for grand openings, anniversary celebrations, and more.
Evolution Imaging Cover

The Edmond Chamber of Commerce held seven ribbon cuttings in June and July, with five grand openings and two anniversary celebrations. New businesses in Edmond include TeamFit, a training studio and gym; Evolution Imaging, a woman-owned imaging center; Wash Me Power Washing, a mobile residential and commercial power washing service; and Craft Homes, a home builder focused on affordable pricing. Neptune Society celebrated one year of services in Edmond, Torchy’s Tacos recognized its Edmond location, and S&B’s Burger Joint opened their second Edmond location. Congratulations to these businesses on their major milestones!

TeamFit Studios – June 2, 2022, Grand opening at 16616 N. Western Avenue (Photo: Edmond Chamber of Commerce)
Evoluation Imaging – June 13, 2022, Grand opening of new facility at 817 West Covell. (Photo: Edmond Chamber of Commerce)
Wash Me Power Washing – June 13 2022, Celebration of launch of services in Edmond. (Photo: Edmond Chamber of Commerce)
Neptune Society – June 13, 2022, Celebration of one year anniversary in Edmond. (Photo: Edmond Chamber of Commerce)
Craft Homes – June 23, 2022, Grand opening at 9868 Barrington Avenue. (Photo: Edmond Chamber of Commerce)
Torchy’s Tacos – July 6, 2022, Celebration of Edmond location at 1556 E. 2nd St. (Photo: Edmond Chamber of Commerce)
S&B Burger Joint – July 27, 2022, Grand opening of second Edmond location at 2088 E. 2nd St. (Photo: Edmond Chamber of Commerce)

Subscribe to Email Updates

Subscribe

Get Edmond Business news in your inbox.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

About Ashley Neese

Ashley Neese currently serves as editor of Edmond Business and a freelancer specializing in overall communication strategy. She previously served as the communications and marketing manager at the Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce, where she promoted chamber events, helped members gain exposure, and spearheaded the Edmond Young Professionals organization, as well as the Chamber’s diversity and inclusion initiatives.

An Edmond native, Ashley graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2017 with a degree in Strategic Communications. In her free time, she enjoys brewing coffee and finding the best local eats.