Retail Notes

The Whirling Whisk Baking Co. has moved to 248 N. Main St., Mooresville, from 162 N. Main St.

Founder/pastry chef Paulette De La Rosa also reports that in November the store started selling its all-natural, nut-free baked products on the Bloomingdales website. Bloomingdales carries 21 of the store's products, including cakes, cookies, brownies and cheesecakes, De La Rosa said.

The Whirling Whisk also makes wedding cakes and special event cakes. Its storefront is open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, selling coffees, breakfast pastries, cookies, cakes, tarts, muffins, brownies and cupcakes.

De La Rosa's recipes use all natural ingredients and no preservatives. Her products contain no peanuts or tree nuts.

Details: 704-660-5966;

Snap Fitness of Davidson expanded recently into adjacent space at One Harbour Place, off Interstate 77 Exit 30.

Co-owner Amie Cennamo said plans are for programs focused on getting quantifiable results in a specific period, such as six, eight or 12 weeks, based on individual or group fitness goals. Options include the TRX Suspension Training System, yoga, Pilates, Zumba, tai chi and boot camps led by certified personal trainers.

Details: 704-895-7474;

IcyWaves Surf Shop in Cornelius will become IcyWakes Surf Shop on Jan. 1, its owners said, after they spent about $15,000 fighting to preserve the name of their business and website against a lawsuit but could no longer afford to do so.

IcyWaves, in the Shops at Fresh Market retail center on Torrence Chapel Road, sells boards, clothing, footwear, watches, sunglasses, backpacks and wake vests and gear.

20601 Torrence Chapel Road; 704-895-7873; 10 a.m.-7 p.m. weekdays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sundays.

Huntersville-based Irwin Tools donated and delivered toolboxes, hand tools and power tool accessories Dec. 7 to the Cornelius and Huntersville fire departments.

"We were excited when we got the call from the Lake Norman Regional Economic Development Corp. to schedule a time for Irwin Tools to pay us an early Santa Claus visit," Cornelius Deputy Fire Chief Gary Barbee said. "We operate on a tight budget and appreciate all the donations we can get to help us do the best job possible in the community."

"The new tool box filled with hand tools and accessories will be put to good use keeping equipment in proper working order to save lives," Capt. David Whitener of Huntersville Fire Department Station 3 said.

Irwin Tools employs 120 people at its Huntersville headquarters and about 1,000 worldwide.

Register now for the 2011 Lake Norman Business Expo March 4 at Davidson College's Belk Arena.

Expo sponsors will be able to select their booth placements based on their sponsorship level and when they committed to the sponsorship.

Details: Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce, 704-892-1922.