2 Lafayette Web Development Companies Join Forces
Comit Developers is teaming up with Bizzuka to create one of the largest web development companies in Louisiana.
Comit will acquire Bizzuka’s ongoing web hosting, development, maintenance and security teams.
The two Lafayette companies have a 20-year history in web design, digital marketing and customer service, with Comit co-founder Spencer Hoyt and partner Jared Allardyce working with Bizzuka CEO John Munsell.
Bizzuka has gradually shifted its focus to digital marketing coaching and consulting, helping businesses build internal and external marketing teams.
“This partnership helps us accelerate our efforts in this direction,” Munsell said. “I would never have considered this move if I hadn’t fully believed that our network customers would continue to receive excellent service and support. I know the people at Comit and I’m sure they are the perfect partners for us going forward.”
Comit started as a small SEO provider and has grown into a development company combining web design and development with reporting, copywriting and web accessibility.
Seafood restaurant to open at abandoned Shoney’s
A long-abandoned building north of Lafayette will be home to a seafood restaurant.
Boogaloo’s Seafood Kitchen announced on Facebook on Tuesday that it will open at the soon-to-be-renovated space at 2208 NE Evangeline Thruway. The building once held a Shawnee’s.
Work on the building has been going on for several weeks.
Court records show the current owner, listed as Lapri LLC, was arraigned for failing to pay property taxes in recent years, and in September the Lafayette Coalition government set $8,435 on the property for failing to remove unsafe signs lien.
Kansas Group Acquires Lafayette Dental Clinic
A national company acquires a Lafayette dental practice.
Mission Dental, which specializes in mobile care in nursing facilities, was acquired by Kansas-based Aria Care Partners. Aria Care provides dental, vision and hearing services to seniors.
“Aria Care Partners understands the unique needs of communities and their patients and the importance of quality care and outcomes,” said Aria CEO John Griscavage. “We are focused on meeting market needs and continuing to provide top-notch service to skilled nursing facilities and their residents.”
Best Stop Cajun Markets to Open in Broussard
Best Stop Cajun Market is opening the popular store Broussard announced on Facebook.
The store will open at 1008 Smede Highway in the Evangeline Plaza Shopping Centre, which will be the second franchise location for the popular Scott business.
Plans to open a franchise in Carencro next to the Prejean restaurant were announced in November. The owners have yet to break ground on the site.
Best Stop Cajun Market specializes in boudin, cracklins, fried boudin balls and other Cajun merchandise.