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CAEDC Welcomes New Businesses to Cumberland Valley

In the second quarter of 2022, CAEDC welcomed these new businesses to Cumberland Valley. The combination of local businesses testifies to the region’s continued economic growth and reflects why Cumberland Valley is a great place to live, work, and play.


King Tut Egyptian Restaurant (120 N. Hanover Street, Carlisle): Carlisle’s newest restaurant brings Egyptian Halal cuisine to the “dine around the world” options available downtown.

King West Art Collaborative (15 W. King Street, Shippensburg): Located on the second floor of Appalachian Brewing Company Shippensburg, King West Art Collaborative hosts established and emerging artists and musicians and showcases local artists. This art gallery and gathering space was funded, in part, by a Tourism Product Development Grant from CAEDC.


Wags to Whiskers Veterinary Clinic (1917 Spring Rd., Carlisle): Dr. Heather Henry opened her new practice on May 2. Dr. Henry has practiced in Carlisle for almost 20 and believes in providing veterinary services with compassion and offering thorough and understanding medical explanations to pet parents.

Baker Chiropractic Sport & Spine Clinic (156 Cumberland Parkway, Mechanicsburg): Dr. Ken Baker practiced in York for 12 years before opening Baker Chiropractic Sport and Spine Clinic in Mechanicsburg. His services help patients lead healthier, pain-free, and fulfilled lives.

Dan Collision State Farm (22 S. Hanover Street, Carlisle): Downtown Carlisle recently welcomed State Farm agent Dan Collision to his new location right next to Comfort Suites. His office is located in the former Orrstown Bank location.

Hampden Beauty Supply (11 N. Railroad Avenue, Mechanicsburg): Owner Jae Alexander established Hampden Beauty Supply in 2014 and recently opened a store in downtown Mechanicsburg. The store sells wig units in a variety of styles, lengths, and colors in human and synthetic textures for clients dealing with chemotherapy/radiation, alopecia, thinning hair loss, or those who just like wearing wigs for fun.


Sweet Velvet Macarons (1801 Market Street, Camp Hill): The newest business to open in the Neighbors & Smith shopping center in Camp Hill sells uniquely sweet and delicious handcrafted French macarons in a wide variety of traditional and fun flavors. The is a second location for Sweet Velvet Macarons. Their original bakery is in Palmyra.

College HUNKS Hauling Junk Carlisle (28 E. Main Street, New Kingstown 17072): The Carlisle franchise location offers a stress-free junk removal service. The HUNKS (Honest, Uniformed, Nice, Knowledgeable, Service) sort, remove, load, haul and either properly dispose of or donate every item. College HUNKS partners with local charities and strives to donate as many items as possible so that other local families can benefit from them.

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