From left, Diane Lemmons, Business Retention and Expansion Manager, and Keri Samford, Executive Director of Development for The Colony Economic Development Corporation with Dr. J.R. (David) Fritsch of ChiroWay Chiropractic.
The Colony Economic Development Corporation finished out its 25th Anniversary year by presenting its Business Improvement Grant (BIG) to four local businesses including ChiroWay Chiropractic of The Colony.
BIG was established in 2018 to help local businesses improve the exterior of their facilities by offering annual matching grants of up to $2,500 for signage, facade, landscaping and other visual upgrade projects. Businesses can receive one grant per year.
“The program has been so successful with many businesses applying for assistance on an annual basis that The Colony EDC Board of Directors raised the original grant ceiling from $1,000 to $2,500,” said Keri Samford, Executive Director of Development. “These consistent investments not only benefit the businesses, but the quality of our entire community.”
Dr. J.R. (David) Fritsch is the owner and Chiropractor at ChiroWay Chiropractic, located at 5000 Main St in Suite 203.
“Our mission is to provide chiropractic care to infants, children and adults,” says Dr. Fritsch, who is a resident and active member of The Colony community. He currently serves as a mentor at The Colony High School and volunteers his services for multiple non-profits.
“Since opening ChiroWay Chiropractic, we realized how amazing the community is and we love serving in all ways,” he said.
Dr. Fritsch is also proud to share his love for his wife and three sons, and enjoys lifting, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and the outdoors. He is currently working on his Master’s in Clinical Neuroscience and is always studying how to be the best possible Chiropractor, husband, father and human overall.
After earning his Master’s degree, Dr. Fritsch will go on to earn his diplomate in Philosophic Chiropractic Standards (DPhCS).
“Learning is a lifelong process,” he said.