The City of Columbia Cuts the Ribbon for TREMBLE Studio

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COLUMBIA, SC – The City of Columbia held a grand opening/ribbon cutting ceremony for TREMBLE Studio at 10:00 a.m. this morning at 3000 Rosewood Drive. Mayor Pro-Tem Will Brennan, Columbia Economic Development staff along with the owners of TREMBLE Studio, Drew and Tori Mobley, all participated in welcoming this new business to the City of Columbia.

“Coming off small business month it is fitting that we are doing a celebration of small businesses here in the Rosewood corridor,” said Mayor Pro-Tem Will Brennan. “Rosewood Drive has experienced some wonderful investment and it wouldn’t happen without some wonderful entrepreneurs like the Mobley’s.”

TREMBLE Studio’s workout is a high intensity, low impact heart pumping full body workout that combines strength training, cardio and Pilates all in one session. The full body movements are centered on the core, which aim to make you stronger mentally and physically.

“Having this business in Columbia was an easy decision for us,” said Drew Mobley, owner of TREMBLE Studio. “The City of Columbia, City Council and Columbia Economic Development have been so welcoming and supportive to make this an easy process to open up here in Columbia. The City of Columbia moves fast. They wanted us to be open and they want us to be successful.”

For more information about TREMBLE studio, please call (803) 844-5507, e-mail Columbia@MakeItTremble.com or visit them online at MakeItTremble.com.

The studio is located at 3000 Rosewood Drive, Columbia, SC 29205 and is open from 6:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. (Monday-Friday) and 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (Saturday-Sunday).

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