StretchLab ribbon cutting in NHP

The Island Now
LOcal leaders gather together to celebrate the opening of Stretch Lab in New Hyde Park. Photographs courtesy of Ed Stone Photography

On June 18th, the Greater New Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce hosted its world-class
ribbon cutting for new business community member StretchLab located at 1618 Marcus
Ave. across the street from Clinton Martin Park.

This location is the first of three that the owners will open in the county. StretchLab uses proprietary diagnostics to analyze the posture, mobility, and flexibility of clients. After diagnosis, an individual program is designed and implemented by the staff, to improve the client’s performance in those areas.

In addition to owners Christopher Parra, Suzanne Kraemer-Parra, and Mark Maley as they
cut the ribbon were, Nassau County Legislator Ellen Birnbaum, County Clerk Maureen O’Connell, North Hempstead Clerk Wayne Wink, state Assemblyman Ed Ra, Chamber President Cheryl Fajardo, several chamber board members, and employees of StretchLab.


Submitted by Mark Laytin
Marketing Co-Chair and Past President

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