First business in the Wrigley Center slated to open mid-January

Be Je Salon could be the first business to open in Wrigley Center, pending construction timelines.  Its grand opening is scheduled for January 16.

Jenny Peterson is ‘extremely excited’ to bring her business, and the first business to open, to the multi-million dollar downtown Port Huron development this January.

Be Je Salon is co-owned by Peterson and his mother, Bev Lasky. His salon is expected to be the first business to open at Wrigley Center, pending contractors and construction timelines.

The business will have stations for all hair salon essentials, such as hair coloring, cuts and treatments.

“It’s really exciting to be the first (business) here,” Peterson said. “I’m excited to see how this all develops.”

Peterson said he plans to hold a grand opening of the salon on January 16. The salon is currently located at 808 Lapeer Avenue in Port Huron.

Peterson has owned the business since 1998. She started with The Body Boutique, which focused on massage, facials and waxing services. In 2007, she changed the business name to Be Je Salon and shifted her focus to haircare. She said she chose the Wrigley Center as a new location because she thought it would be perfect for the salon.

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Jenny Peterson, left, and Bev Lasky, right, are co-owners of Be J Salon.  His salon will likely be the first business to open at Wrigley Center.

Peterson said, “I travel to teach hair coloring and I’ve been to several salons with set-ups similar to Wrigley’s.” “I knew this was an opportunity I wanted to take.”

Be Je Salon will bring back its body treatment services once it opens in the new location.

The Salon at Wrigley Center will feature 10 hair stations, each with its own stylist. Currently, seven stylists are confirmed to begin work at the salon.

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