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Area businesses win awards, add new services, personnel

Business notes

Alliance Kitchen & Bath, of Columbus, was recently named as a &dquo;President&squo;s Club Award&dquo; winner for exceptional kitchen and bath cabinetry sales by Showplace Wood Products.

This is the first year the business has been recognized for this achievement, which places them in the top percent of Showplace dealers nationwide.

Alliance Kitchen & Bath is located at 212 E. Mills Street. For more information, call 894-7058 or visit the&bsp; website, www.ShowplaceWood.com.

Uptown Girl Salon recently remodeled to include a space for its new manicurist/pedicurist, Jolene Foster. A spa pedicure chair in a private area and a manicure station have also been added.

The business also now offers spray tanning for a UV-free tan. Tanning hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. For an appointment with Jolene, call 828-894-7011.

Uptown Girl is located at 567 E. Mills Street in Columbus.

Exit Realty Coyle-Lynch & Associates has announced that Greer Prevatte has joined the Exit Realty team. Prevatte has been providing real estate services in Polk County for more than 12 years. In addition to meeting the needs of her clients, she will also be a part of the management team as broker-in-charge for South Carolina.

Exit Realty is located at 155 W. Mills Street, Suite 110, Columbus. Call Prevatte at 828-894-3748 ext. 22.

Watson Flooring and Alliance, LLC welcomes Angel Fogle as the newest member of its professional staff.

An award-winning designer, Fogle brings years of design experience and will offer Watson&squo;s customers complete interior design solutions. She specializes in new construction and remodeling projects.

Watson&squo;s is located at 191 E. Mills Street, downtown Columbus, and is owned by John and Jeff Watson and Dave Herbert. 894-5150.

Sterling Property Services, LLC, owned by husband and wife Roger Ness and Sandy LeRoy, has added a low cost option to the company&squo;s staging services: a two-hour informal consultation. The only difference between the low-cost option and the standard consultation is that a follow-up with a written strategy report is not included; the sellers take their own notes. &bsp;&bsp; &bsp;

For more information on home staging and other services offered by Sterling Property Services, visit the website&bsp; www.sterlingpropertyservice1.com. Call 828-685-0560.

Sinbad Restaurant, located at 202 S. Washington Street in Hendersonville, is celebrating 15 years of serving food in Hendersonville.

Owners Kanaan and Sylvie Kassab credit their success to consistency and hard work. The restaurant serves Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes and is available for private functions.

&bsp;Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, lunch 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and dinner from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

For&bsp; more information, visit www.sinbadrestaurant.com or call 828-696-2039.