Mandan News

Ellen Huber: Three new businesses open in Mandan

This column brings information about a business that opened its doors this week and two that started operations in Mandan earlier in 2010.

Pulse Group Fitness began classes Monday at 100 Second Ave. N.W., located around the corner from Hair Professionals (soon to be Mane Expressions). Pulse Group Fitness offers a variety of group training options. Owners-operators are Lisa Tonneson and Marci Goldade. They previously led classes at the Mandan Community Center. Tonneson has 12 years experience instructing group fitness and six years experience in personal training. Goldade has six years experience instructing group fitness. Classes are generally offered early mornings, over the noon hour, or in the evening. For a schedule, contact Tonneson at 223-8182, Goldade at 471-0299, send an email inquiry to, or follow the business on Facebook. The cost to participate is $30 for a punch card good for eight classes or $5 for a single class. A 10 percent discount is available to students and seniors.

Norm’s Eatery is a catering business with a truck route providing lunch and break food to employees at area businesses, mostly on Memorial Highway. Norm Stetson is the owner and primary operator. The current route begins at 9 a.m. and ends at about 1 p.m. Norm’s Eatery will also provide on-site grilling services (during warmer weather) for special events such as company picnics. To request that the Norm’s Eatery truck include your business or place of employment on its route, contact Stetson at 391-4339.

Radiator and AC Warehouse opened this fall at 2945 Twin City Dr. It is a family-run business involving Darci, Ryan and Mitch Saville. Through involvement in the transportation and trucking industry, the Savilles saw a void in the area between manufacturers of radiators, air conditioning and cooling equipment for the automotive, truck and ag equipment industries, and those who sell and install the equipment. They are now providing wholesale and warehousing services for the manufacturers. Customers include retail automotive stores, service and body shops. For more info, call 663-7896.

If you are interested in a business start-up or expansion in Mandan, please contact the City’s Business Development Office for information on programs and available locations. Phone 667-3485 or send and email to