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Open for Business: Gypsy Girl Junk

Commercial Street vintage furniture and clothing shop Gypsy Girl Junk moved across the street; Equality Healthcare LLC expanded; and authorized Apple product retailer Simply Inc. (OTC: SIM) relocated its sole Springfield store.

A retail spot for The Pie Box bakery opened; a Republic couple entered the restaurant industry; and west Springfield gained a medical marijuana dispensary.

Specialty grocer Filipino Market LLC opened; the Republic restaurant for national pizza chain Domino’s moved; and personal trainer David Poland expanded into Christian County.

The Rountree neighborhood gained a flower shop; drive-thru coffee shop Chance of Sno & Coffee Co. LLC launched in Nixa; and a former over-the-road truck driver transitioned into a new career path.

Nixa gained a fishing retail shop; Springfield attorney Terry Tolbert and Realtor Kat Tolbert added a real estate brokerage to the market; and the $9 million CoxHealth Ozark “super clinic” opened.

Home improvement supply wholesaler ProSource Springfield opened; Jenkins CPA LLC owner Heather Jenkins added a division of the firm in Springfield; and MaMa Jean’s Natural Foods Market LLC relocated its flagship store.

A veteran in the home health care industry ventured into retail; video production company Double Jump Media moved; and CoxHealth Nixa opened.

Evangel University senior Abby Voelker became a first-time business owner; a Springfield Public Schools venture got a new home; and Branson-based The Robbins Group moved.

Miller Engineering PC moved into its new headquarters; Springfield-based Ozarks Elder Law LLC added offices in Branson and Lebanon; and Omaha, Nebraska-based Milan Laser Hair Removal opened its first Springfield clinic.

Tthe Springfield-Branson National Airport gained a new coffee shop tenant; husband and wife Trey and Mallory Carter embarked on their first business venture; and Los Angeles-based Kuvera Partners Inc. opened its $55 million, 46,000-square-foot Aquarium at the Boardwalk attraction.

Mid-Missouri Bank opened its new headquarters; Hollister-based coffee shop Vintage Paris LLC moved; and a first-time business owner launched Jennings Barber Station.

A former employee in the food service industry transitioned into a first-time business owner; grocery chain Aldi made its Branson debut; and Ozark-based nonprofit Garde’n Gate Provisions opened a thrift store and donation center.

A pop-up art shop surfaced in the Rountree neighborhood; Matthew Picking opened Melancholy Roasting Springfield coffeehouse; and Burlington added another store in Springfield.

Springfield couple Joe and Bethany Mizell opened a local franchise of Australia-based F45 Training; Seattle Roast Coffee took the place of a downtown Starbucks store; and a Domino's store launched in Willard.

Ozark Trading and Liquidation LLC opened; Raising Cane’s made its Springfield debut; and Downtown Ozark Nutrition got its start.

A first-time business owner launched Talk of the Town Barbershop LLC; RepMo Burger Co. opened in Republic; and the 12th Missouri store for international clothing retailer H&M opened.

After a few months in operation exclusively online, Springfield Charcuterie LLC opened a brick-and-mortar store; Springfield Plaza gained the second Queen City store of national retail chain Ulta Beauty; and Alicia Jones started Vanity Pawz Pet Salon LLC.

The $1.1 million Republic Animal Control Center opened; Oklahoma City-based Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. launched its first Branson store; and Allgeier, Martin and Associates Inc. acquired White River Engineering Inc.

Artistree Pottery LLC opened; the Marshfield office of Springfield-based Accounting Tax & Management Services LLC moved; and a retail site for a formerly home-based graphic and sign design company was launched in Branson.

Storytime Coffee Co. opened in Rogersville; brokerage Greater Springfield, Realtors changed its name to Sturdy Real Estate; and a sandwich eatery began service inside a downtown bar.

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Open for Business: Gypsy Girl Junk

Commercial Street vintage furniture and clothing shop Gypsy Girl Junk moved across the street; Equality Healthcare LLC expanded; and authorized Apple product retailer Simply Inc. (OTC: SIM) relocated its sole Springfield store.

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