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Business Spotlight: Putting Down Roots

The Plant Room nearly doubles its footprint months after brick-and-mortar shop launch.

Student Advocacy Services defends rights of special needs students.

Bin Crazy store operators say they've found a retail niche with bargain shoppers and resellers.

Baseball Bluebook applies social networking to ballplayers, coaches and career objectives.

New ownership family turns up the sales and systems at Springfield Harley-Davidson shop.

Style Dots jewelry offers new looks on life.

London Calling works to meet growing demand for its pasties.

417 Brewery Bus Tours takes its own journey to transport customers to area breweries.

Route 66 tourist cabins are given new life at Rockwood Motor Court.

A Detail Garage franchisee turns his love of cars into multiple businesses.

The products of a one-time casket maker now are found in missiles, washers and fishing reels at Griffin Industries.

Jones & Company Insurors maintains name and logo amid ownership and industry changes.

Rountree’s Culture Counter aims to move beyond last year’s challenges.

New owner of Gracie’s Bridal prioritizes customer experience.

Bree’s Little Closet opens a storefront in addition to the traveling boutique.

Namesake of Mikes Unique flea market goes from laid off to entrepreneur to debt-free operations in decade’s time.

Flying V Mercantile’s recent move in Monett is already paying dividends.

Ex-cop finds meaning through leatherwork at Grimbeard Leather.

Attention turns to organic foods and supplements in wake of global health crisis.

Blu Skies Studio relocates but music and art remain major themes in the life of owner Phillip Burmood.

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