July 2019 Around Town 2

Robo Chop

Joe Tekulve and Paramount Lawn + Landscape are kicking off a blockbuster summer with Automow Cincinnati. The team’s latest venture, Automow Cincinnati features a brand-new line of robotic lawn mowers, available for purchase or finance. These mowers blast us straight to the future—able to be controlled with only a mobile app and also cut in the rain (while you stay dry inside). Best of all, they’re extremely cost-effective (and safe!), so you can dedicate more time and effort to relaxing in your yard rather than working in it. ParamountLandscaping.com

Healthy Moves

Josh Hountz and Alex Meer have brought a national company to our local area—HealthMarkets. This insurance marketplace specializes in health, dental, vision, life and supplemental insurance options for small businesses, families and individuals. The difference? Josh and Alex meet with clients personally to help them identify unique insurance needs and create a budget. They also help clients find affordable Medicare plans among the thousands of options available. Best of all, HealthMarkets allows clients to “shop and compare” across a variety of health insurance plans, ultimately offering the best bang for their buck. Welcome to Loveland, HealthMarkets! LocalInsuranceGuy.com | GetLocalInsurance.com 

Heard This Through the Grapevine?

Hoppin’ Vines is the newest kid on the brew block, a locally owned addition to Montgomery Road with an interesting twist—a trifecta of tastes. Just a brew house? Think again (although 40 weekly rotating Midwest crafts might object). It’s also home to a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, featuring vintages from around the world. Beer and wine not your thing? Pay homage to the extensive bourbon list and specialty spirits (Painkillers around!). Add in duckpin bowling, Delicio Pizza, a patio twinkling with lights—and this hoppin’ joint has something for everyone. HoppinVines.com

Fall in Love with a Goose

Kay Bolin’s debut children’s book, Luce the Goose: Searching for Love, is a sweet story about a goose (Luce) that stares at his own reflection in Kay’s Jeep—looking for love? Understanding? Read it to find out! Bringing another Lovelander into the published sphere, it was also illustrated by another local who Kay met at the Loveland Art’s Council. The story itself was inspired by a real-life waterfowl and Kay’s recent role as the Loveland Valentine Lady. She continues to share Luce’s lessons of love with kids of all ages. LuceTheGoose.com