Quincy Axe Company owners buy building at 625 Maine, plan to add recreational activities
QUINCY — Curtis Sethaler and Jarid Jones, owners of the Quincy Axe Company, recently acquired the building at 625 Maine that houses Quincy Axe Company, Crush Salon, Electric Fountain Brewing and the JustTasking office. The building now will be known as the Experience Quincy building.
“Jarid and I told each other we would do all we could to turn Quincy Axe Company into a space that provided a fun environment for all,” Sethaler said in a press release. “We’re thankful for the opportunity to expand beyond our initial plans and offer more to Quincy.”
Sethaler and Jones plan to develop the building by expanding into the remainder of the 3,900 square foot area on the first floor of the building. They hope to introduce recreational activities like rage rooms, indoor virtual golf and an expanded lounge space. They also intend to include a men’s clothing and supply store to be known as Hawthorne Trading Co.
“Through efforts and relationships built in The District, based upon the strides, improvements and work of those beside us and those before us, our focus is on growing together,” Jones said. “We feel it is important to continue to find and fill needs in our community while working together with other local businesses and partners who wish for the same. We understand how important it is to retain our community members by introducing new opportunities to enjoy in our hometown.”
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