Kristin McDaniel launched AR Workshop Springfield; Lesley Daniel purchased Sunnyland Travel Center; and Stan Krempges signed on as franchisee of The Growth Coach.
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.
Southwest Missouri Realty moved its main operations, Jesus Was Homeless opened a new thrift store and a Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers franchise location launched.
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.
Steve and Cindy Johnson opened a Once Upon A Child franchise resale store; Big Whiskey’s Concepts LLC opened its eighth restaurant; and Mouery’s Flooring moved.
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.
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.
O’Reilly Hospitality Management LLC moved into its new headquarters; Springdale, Arkansas-based Waco Title Co. moved; and Renee Owen opened her first shop, Wildflower Vintage Market.
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.
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.
Aldi Inc. opened a Republic store; Commerce Bank consolidated three Lebanon branches with a new office; and Pathways Community Health and Jordan Valley Community Health Center partnered to build a 25,000-square-foot shared office in Lebanon.
Taekwondo gym ATA Martial Arts of Springfield LLC moved; Angela Frizell took the reins of Metro Woman Magazine; and Florida-based Orangetheory Fitness entered the Springfield market.
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.
Randy Scheer became a named partner of the newly rebranded Sanders Warren Russell & Scheer LLP; CoxHealth moved its Marshfield clinic; and Cross-Midwest Tire Co. built a new $3 million tire service center.
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.
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.
The Collins family opened Turbo Fire Pizza; longtime employee Marty Roach bought PCnet LLC; and Bank of Sullivan relocated its Springfield branch.
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.
Natalie Wand of the Wands Jewelry family bought Radford Jewelry last summer and opened Oct. 2 after renovations; California-style Mexican chain Purple Burrito opened its fourth restaurant; and longtime handyman Mark Johnson launched Carefree Living LLC.
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