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Noteworthy Business Briefs for Nov. 30


Main Swing, an indoor golf lounge, will be opening soon on the second floor of the Main Street Marketplace in Doylestown.

Equipped with four golf bays and powered by state-of-the-art Trackman simulator technology, Main Swing says it will provide a new entertainment experience for any level of golfer.

Main Swing will offer memberships, hourly rentals, lessons, private events, corporate outings, and leagues. Gift cards and membership are now available.

Located at 22 S. Main St. alongside Hops/Scotch, Spuntino’s, PA Soup & Seafood, and more, Main Swing will be a BYOB facility.

Visit Main Swing golf online to learn more.

Savant Wealth Management, a national fee-only registered investment advisor (RIA) with an office in Doylestown, has been recognized by Financial Planning as one of the top 20 fee-only RIAs in the nation by assets under management (AUM) for 2023. Savant landed the number seven spot on the “RIA Leaders 2023” list, with approximately $17 billion in AUM, jumping from the No. 13 spot in 2022.

According to Financial Planning, this year’s top 20 RIAs stood out among the nearly 2,800 RIAs meeting its criteria because they exemplify the importance of being able to offer clients planning in more areas than investments alone. In addition to the steady pace of M&A deals, these RIAs are helping to provide more impactful and comprehensive approaches for clients’ financial well-being.

“We are honored to be recognized by Financial Planning as one of the leading fee-only RIAs in the U.S.,” said Brent Brodeski, CEO of Savant Wealth Management. “Our improved ranking on this year’s list is a direct result of our strategic M&A approach – attracting like-minded firms with a focus on retaining top-performing talent paired with a desire to grow and be part of creating a best-in-class, employee-owned and led RIA firm.”

Grasons, an estate sales and business liquidation company, has expanded into Pennsylvania with the opening of a franchise in Bensalem. This marks Grasons’ first venture into the Keystone State.

The new territory served by Grasons of Bensalem includes Fairless Hills, Bristol, Bensalem, Richboro, Holland, Levittown, Southampton, and Warminster.

Troy Sprinkle is the owner of Grasons Bensalem. With a B.A. in hospitality management and a 15-year background in customer service and sales, Sprinkle said he was drawn to the estate sale industry due to its community-centric philosophy.

Grasons of Bensalem is backed by a diverse and seasoned local team hailing from different generations with a shared background in the service industry.

Grasons Bensalem offers a comprehensive range of services, including professional appraisals, estate sales, comprehensive cleanouts, and business liquidations.

Grasons is a member of the Evive Brands family.


Join UrbanSun, a new fashion destination exclusively designed for teens and young adults, for its grand opening, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 2 and 3.

The brand new store, located at 21 E. Oakland Ave., Doylestown, features the latest trends in clothing, jewelry, accessories, and gifts for the young shoppers and parents searching for that “just right” gift.

The grand opening event includes swag bags for the first 300 in-store customers and exclusive grand opening specials. The store is in a fresh, completely redesigned space formerly occupied by Raymer’s Candy.

Visit online for information.