Princeton Nutrition launches this week

Sarah Moss is opening Princeton Nutrition this week. A ribbon-cutting is set for next Wednesday. Moss was interested in opening a health and wellness club in Princeton because, she said, she noticed a need for healthier options in Caldwell County. Teas, shakes and other beverage and food items are available at her store.

Princeton Nutrition is launching this week, offering the community a chance to join a health and wellness club.

Sarah Moss selected Princeton for a new health club endeavor.

“I know, with our team, we’ve gone a couple of different directions, and I know no one from our group has hit Princeton,” Moss said.

Moss lives in Hopkinsville and is expanding her health and wellness club reach in surrounding communities.

Moss and her business partner, Jimmy Stokes, were looking for a space that was affordable with high visibility and a high potential to grow. Selecting the plaza on U.S. 62 spurs economic development that benefits local businesses, residents, and the city as a whole, Moss said.

A donut shop occupied the unit previously. Moss said the condition was good, which made rehabilitation simple.

Moss initiated the opening process last month. During that time, she has visited various businesses in the area and given samples. Last Thursday, she visited city hall and first responders. She has also treated staff at Caldwell Medical Center and Caldwell County Schools to teas and shakes.

Heading into communities and promoting in person is a strategy Moss applies when preparing for a club launch.

Besides owning a business, Moss works part-time at her church in Hopkinsville. Currently, Moss operates as a partner in more than a handful of clubs in Kentucky and Tennessee. Her business model is to impact the community’s health and wellness attitude and lifestyle.

Moss said she understands how medication can sometimes beleaguer nutrition and exercise development. She has underlying health conditions, and her journey back to a healthy state involves using her products.

“I’ve always tried doing diets and watching what I eat, but I love food,” Moss said. “But I’ve been able to stick with this for a year now.”

Once she establishes her club, Moss said she is interested in participating in community events. Impacting the community is one of Moss’s goals.

“We’re going to do something one Saturday a month, something for the kids,” she said.

Moss and and her business partners are hosting a ribbon-cutting next Wednesday. Updates can be found at Princeton Nutrition on Facebook.