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TommyHawks Axe House opened; Missouri Air National Guard started its first recruiting office in Springfield; and Primrose Marketplace sold.

Electronics repair franchise uBreakiFix opened a Springfield store; Frisco Bicycle Rental Sales & Service got its start; and Missouri Council of the Blind launched its second Springfield thrift store.

Monk’s Social Club opened; insurance firm Bohrer-Croxdale & McAdoo Inc. sold; and the city’s first kombucha manufacturer began wholesale distribution.

Great American Taco Co.’s first franchise store, SocieTea LLC and Si Italia Travel Co. opened.

Trane split off its Springfield residential and parts departments; Van Gogh’s Eeterie opened; and Malone Finkle Eckhardt & Collins Inc. sold.

The Greek Corner relocated, New York Style Pizzeria opened and Tie & Timber Beer Co. got its start.

SWET Hot Yoga and Fitness Studio opened in Magers Crossing; CrossFit Republic LLC relocated; and Guaranty Bank finalized its purchase of Hometown Bancshares Inc.

Park Central Market opened, Coryell Enterprises started Team C Construction and Adam Woody moved his criminal defense law firm.

Angler’s Inn and Birds Eye Tattoo & Art Gallery LLC opened, and D3 Technologies agreed to buy the Autodesk division of Grandville, Michigan-based JVH Engineering Inc.

Houston-based Potts Law Firm opened a Springfield office; Southern Missouri Bancorp Inc. purchased Southern Missouri Bancshares Inc.; and Copy Products Inc. changed ownership.

Regency Live rebranded as The Complex-Springfield; the founder of DAS Acquisition Co. LLC and USA Mortgage on transferred his ownership to the employees; and Charles and Jesse Ankrom brought their law practice into Kirksey Law Firm LLC.

Sharks Surf X Supply launched a Springfield shop; Fairfield Inn & Suites Springfield North opened; and Hurts Donut Co. added a Branson store through franchisees Steve and Shanna Dorlon.

Everyday Thai LLC opened; Legacy Bank & Trust Co. completed its purchase of First National Bank of Clinton; and Which Wich returned to town.

CB Social House changed its name to Social; Tri-Lakes Community Theatre merged with The Branson Arts Council Inc.; and Springfield Community Gardens expanded into the kitchen at Cox North.

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.

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.

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.

Tom Martin rebranded his print shop; Kate Spade New York opened an outlet store in Branson; and John and Mary Rolf launched their second in a series of five planned Scooter’s Coffee shops.

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.

Scott Swope consolidated two smaller locations of his Swope Automotive; Buxton Kubik Dodd Inc. moved; and Sean Brownfield opened a satellite location of his Dapper old-fashioned barber shop.

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