Junkyard Fitness and Fighting Arts Studio coming to Montgomery, plus 2 other local business happenings

Brandon Crick (right), owner and head coach at Junkyard Fitness and Fighting Arts, has years of coaching under his belt. (Courtesy Junkyard Fitness and Fighting Arts)
Brandon Crick (right), owner and head coach at Junkyard Fitness and Fighting Arts, has years of coaching under his belt. (Courtesy Junkyard Fitness and Fighting Arts)

Brandon Crick (right), owner and head coach at Junkyard Fitness and Fighting Arts, has years of coaching under his belt. (Courtesy Junkyard Fitness and Fighting Arts)

Junkyard Fitness and Fighting Arts, a full-service mixed martial arts and fitness academy, will open by Aug. 1 at 21360 Shannon Circle, Ste. C, Montgomery. The academy teaches mixed martial arts, self-defense, kickboxing and functional fitness for beginners and kids to experienced athletes. Owner and head coach Brandon Crick, who was a professional fighter until 2009, said he will teach individuals the art of fighting and striking protocol. 972-802-5113. www.facebook.com/junkyardfitnessandfightingarts

Old Republic Title, an insurance company, is eying a new location in Willis, although an address has not been confirmed, according to Cathy Deaton, sales account executive of the Conroe branch. An estimated opening date is in about three to four months. In other news, the Conroe Old Republic Title relocated from 3710 W. Davis St. to 4507 W. Davis St., Ste. 120, in June. 936-756-2070. www.oldrepublictitle.com


Texas Lakeside Auto, a used car dealer, opened March 31 at at 13924 Hwy. 105 W., Conroe. 936-267-4174. www.texaslakesideauto.com
By Eva Vigh
Eva Vigh joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2018 as a reporter for Spring and Klein. Prior to this position, she covered upstream oil and gas news for a drilling contractors' association.


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