High-school sweethearts from Massachusetts, Rose and Scott Laviano moved to Florida with their three children to fulfill a life-long dream to open their own business and work together as a family. Having both garnered experience with fundraising and booster clubs, they are comfortable with giving back to the community they live in.
The name “YoYo Juice” was invented by their son, Scott Jr. Afterschool activities didn’t leave much time some days to sit and eat as a family. Scott said, “We would say to the kids ‘You’re on your own for dinner’, (YoYo for short). Since we were taking over a juice and smoothie shop, it felt right to name it “YoYo Juice”.
YoYo Juice serves a variety of fresh-squeezed juices, all-natural and no sugar added smoothies, salads, gourmet wraps and snacks. All of its specialty menu items are customizable. It also offers online-ordering at www.yoyojuice.com for saving time and convenience, as well as catering for schools, corporate functions and sporting events, so be sure to check out the menu. It is not just juice and for those times when “You’re on Your Own”. Follow it on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/yoyojuiceinc. For more information, call 653-4300.
TNT Smoothies & Supplements will hold a seminar on Thursday, February 20 at 7 p.m. at the Osprey Observer Small Business Center, located at 916 Lithia Pinecrest Rd. (behind the Osprey office). The seminar is titled, “Natural Remedies for Special Needs; ADD/ADHD, Autism, CP, Epilepsy & Other Neurological Disorders”.
Owner, Tara Gravino asks, “Sure, the drugs work, but I would rather find a natural solution to manage my special needs child? Are you concerned with the long-term effects of prescription drugs? Is the stress of caring for your special needs child taking over more of the quality experiences you can have as a family?”
Learn Safe & Effective uses of genuine therapeutic grade essential oils to: Calm the anxious mind, balance behavioral issues and enhance clarity and focus. In addition, you can eliminate allergies, detoxify metals, support digestive health, and reduce (whole family) stress.
Cost for the seminar is $5. Please RSVP to Tara Gravino at 417-1705.