Newk’s Eatery opened its second Springfield restaurant, Poplar Bluff-based First Choice Insurance Agency opened a Springfield office and Downtown Springfield Association relocated.
Amber Ottoson on July 11 started Trailer Perk Coffee LLC at Greater Springfield Farmers’ Market; developmental disabilities nonprofit Abilities First Inc. swapped the leased locations for two of its programs; and Roll Forward LLC changed the name of its customer rewards mobile app to Towny and made it available to the public.
Jeremy Grisham purchased SS&B Heating & Cooling Inc.; Ross Stores Inc. added its second Ross Dress for Less in Springfield; and Salon 104 opened.
William Angle started Trail Labs LLC; co-owners Jessica Livingston and Amanda Matsen moved Honky Tonk Clothing downtown; and organizers of the Railroad Historical Museum opened Max Jahn Depot.
Jera Lincoln relocated Good and Perfect Gifts LLC to Springfield; former SBJ reporter Stevie Rozean transitioned into an illustration and lettering business; and Chad and Christina Jameson moved PuroClean Certified Restoration.
Husband and wife Shaun and Sarah Fossett started Springfield Bicycle Tours LLC, Cast Co + Work + Space relocated at Farmers Park and Mercy Springfield Communities opened a primary care clinic in Bolivar.
Six-year-old south-side dessert shop Star Cakes LLC opened its second store, national resurfacing franchise Get A Grip launched in Springfield and Todd and Carolyn Pridemore opened a branch office of the Brain Balance Center.
Boulder, Colorado-based Lucky’s Market opened its first local natural foods store; 4 by 4 Brewing Co. LLC debuted; and Perspectives Preparatory Academy opened.
Mary and John Rolf brought Omaha, Nebraska-based franchise Scooter’s Coffee to town; Strategic Financial Concepts Inc. moved; and Burlington Stores Inc. opened its first Springfield store.
Missouri Trust & Investment Co. moved; husband and wife Ivan Lin and Monica Liu opened Mikado Supreme Buffet; and Tinga Tacos opened.
Rick and Jane McElvaine relocated Maxon’s Diamond Merchants and renamed the store; Jeremiah Mee rebranded and relocated his accounting firm; and Nichole Bowen opened Mi Mi’s Place.
DigitMint Inc., a digital currency service, opened its third office, New York-style pizzeria The Big Slice LLC moved two doors down and Cape Girardeau-based Plaza Tire Service Inc. opened its second Springfield store.
John Reinart opened travel destination-themed Getaway Golf; local Orange Leaf franchisee Curt Bartell opened a second Springfield location; and CoxHealth opened an Ozark urgent care center and walk-in clinic.
Kathie Ryan-Garcia and Maggie Kaira started Yellow Chair Makery, Randy Gallaway added his third doughnut shop in the area and Springfield employment agency Staffing Plus of Springfield LLC sold.
Architectural firm H Design Group LLC moved, Caffe Bene coffeehouse in Farmer’s Park legally changed its name and women's clothing, shoes and accessories retailer Trinkets LLC opened.
Everything Kitchens LLC moved into its $2.65 million, 50,000-square-foot warehouse; Wichita, Kansas-based Glowgolf returned to the market after a three-year absence; and Systematic Savings Bank added a loan center.
Owners Paul and Lori Patton moved Corporate Technologies Advantage LLC; Mid-Missouri Bank opened a $1.7 million newly built stand-alone branch at 5419 S. Campbell Ave.; and Stephanie Liu opened Omo Japanese Soul Food.
Columbus, Kansas-based Crossland Construction Co. Inc. added a Springfield office; O’Reilly Cos. moved into shared offices; and WellCare Health Plans Inc. opened an office downtown.
Wichita, Kansas-based Select Homes-Team Real Estate entered the Springfield market, communal wine bar Cellar and Plate LLC opened and Richard Brownsberger sold Hometown Disposal Inc. and launched Missouri Onsite Testing LLC.
Kristin McDaniel launched AR Workshop Springfield; Lesley Daniel purchased Sunnyland Travel Center; and Stan Krempges signed on as franchisee of The Growth Coach.
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