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Business Spotlight: Uncommon Comeback

Common Grounds Coffee & Cafe overcomes 2018 fire and now looks to diversify.

In a short time, Bridge Upholstery and Drapery went from a sewing hobby to specializing in motorized shades.

Slate Robotics is on the forefront of a personal robot revolution.

Stability in production and staffing fuel consistent sales at Black Widow Custom Bows.

Bair’s Sports Grill generates $4 million a year selling burgers and drinks across four locations.

After moving, Artemis Overland Hardware is on pace to reach $400,000 in 2019 sales.

Ellecor Design and Gifts relocates to a house in Rountree from Farmers Park.

Hamilton and Dad owner Jerry Hamilton takes pride in projects buried underground.

Trail Labs takes the extra mile to meet biking suspension needs in the Midwest.

After testing the waters in its first year, 37 North Expeditions expands its trip menu.

Jenfab Cleaning Solutions makes washers to fit the customers it serves.

Restaurateur Joe Gidman changes pace with his Chabom Tea and Spices.

Stick It In Your Ear’s new owner looks to build on store’s recent run-up.

Nest Interiors expects to triple sales in 2019, offering home design and staging.

Client and revenue growth at Seven Hills Veterinary Clinic fuels move to larger home.

Invo Solutions’ video banking software aims to shorten wait times and increase efficiencies.

Got Your Six Coffee Co. donates to organizations that help veterans and local first responders.

Springfield Paper Co. maintains revenue growth trend in second century of operation.

Crave Cookie Dough owners eye store No. 2 as they enter the second year in business.

Spring Branch Kombucha aims for packaged product before year’s end.

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