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Open for Business: Lucky’s Market

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.

Paul and Ashely Allen opened Farm 2 Counter Inc. convenience store; Christian Associates launched Wood & Twig at Battlefield Mall; and HomeGoods debuted in Springfield.

Earl Steinert’s EAS Investment Enterprises Inc. opened a new hotel; Maes Gelateria launched a satellite location; and Jeremy Clopton founded consulting business What’s Your SQ.

A south-side PaPPo’s Pizzeria and Pub opened; restaurateur Angel Kim launched all-you-can-eat Italian restaurant The Hill; and a new Doe’s Eat Place franchise restaurant got its start.

Cassie Hartman started Ozark Mtn Flower Truck LLC; master plumber and gas fitter Jerry Kendall re-entered the industry; and Brooks and Danielle Milioni launched Sometimes Spouse Springfield.

Pride Auto Detailing, Butterfield Pharmacy and Trekk Design Group LLC relocated.

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.

Kristin McDaniel launched AR Workshop Springfield; Lesley Daniel purchased Sunnyland Travel Center; and Stan Krempges signed on as franchisee of The Growth Coach.

Parkview High School student Gabe Crouch started his first business; Montana-based Avitus Technology Services bought Layer 3 Technology; and Tina Stevenson purchased Fiction, Facts & Fun.

Tantara Farms LLC opened; Chase Peterson, Nathan Essary and Michael Ormsby started the delivery service Tailwaggers Mobile Pet Shop; and SouthPoint Office Technology Exchange got its start.

Neally Law LLC, 2 Balance LLC and Cart32 relocated.

Paul and April Speed bought the former Maine Streete Mall Antiques & Collectibles building in Ozark and rebranded as Camp Flea Antique Mall; a second Springfield Jersey Mike’s Subs opened; and SCS Home Entertainment moved into its fourth location since starting in 1990.

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.

Missouri Trust & Investment Co. moved; husband and wife Ivan Lin and Monica Liu opened Mikado Supreme Buffet; and Tinga Tacos opened.

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