NWI Business Ins and Outs: Sophia’s House of Pancakes, Joe’s Downtown Tacos, If Walls Could Talk Home Decor, and BYOB Fitness opening | Northwest Indiana Business Headlines

• BYOB Fitness, whose slogans have included “Build Your Own Body” and “Helping You Build the Best Version of Yourself,” opened in a former video store at 8231 Hohman Avenue in Munster.

The gym offers personal training, group classes, nutritional counseling, boot camps, and pop-up shops. It helps clients who want to build muscle, lose weight, change eating habits or just get coached by a trainer to reach their fitness goals.

Catering to both men and women, it offers certified instructors, full-body workouts, and live classes for all fitness levels. The fitness center offers private training and group classes such as yoga, core and cardio.

A retail section at the fitness center also sells items like tank tops, crew necks, face masks, water bottles and gym bags.

For more information, visit www.buildyourownbodybygina.com.

• Supermercado Durango just opened in Griffith.

The locally owned independent Mexican grocery store is now doing business

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Girl Scouts of Central Indiana launches new business model

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – The Girl Scouts of Central Indiana is launching a new service model.

CEO Danielle Shockey says this is a new community-centric model to serve their members more conveniently.

The organization will save around $312,000 annually with the new model.

Shockey says this will be reinvested back into Girl Scouts programming and camps.

She adds this move just made sense to better service their members.

“This new model takes really a two-pronged approach at getting our staff, but more than our staff, our resources, to more girls and more families way closer to them,” Shockey told us.

She says the current Girl Scouts office in Terre Haute will remain, but field staff will also be working out of the Launch Terre Haute location.

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West Central Indiana Business Hub reopens COVID survey – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather

by: Mary Willkom, Inside INdiana Business

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) – The West Central Indiana Business Hub COVID-19 Response Team is reopening a business assessment survey related to COVID-19 recovery. The Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce says the team is working to refresh data, assess the current and new needs of the business community and continue recovery efforts. 

The business hub and response team were launched in April. The initiatives have two main goals: to create a centralized response team to address questions from the business community and capture community data regarding specific concerns and financial loss.

“Early on, we had a great response for the business community on their needs and questions, but the work is far from finished,” Chamber of Commerce president Kristin Craig said. “We need to update

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