Harbell’s Grill & Sports Bar LLC reopened; Holistic psychotherapy practice Truth and Counsel LLC opened a second location; and Bahama Buck’s got its start in Branson.
Ariake Sushi and Robata opened; Great Southern Bancorp Inc. (Nasdaq: GSBC) opened its newest branch in Springfield; and a longtime employee with City Utilities of Springfield went into business for himself with the launch of Van Every Drafting & Design LLC.
Art Zone LLC, Launch Virtual Learning Center and The Permit Shop relocated.
Joyride RV Rental LLC opened; Duckees Drive Thru changed ownership; and Junior League of Springfield, Missouri Inc. relocated.
Glide Xpress debuted in Springfield; a second location of accounting firm Jenkins CPA LLC opened; and Soozeezbeez Honey Beetique LLC relocated.
A longtime employee in the software industry made a career pivot with the opening of Ouch Skate Shop; consumer finance company Lendmark Financial Services LLC extended into Christian County; and RetroZone Marshfield LLC moved.
Ownership of the family-held Adult Tendercare Center passed to the next generation; Medical Consulting Group moved; and Branson company Robbins Insurance Group was purchased.
Beef-A-Roo Inc. launched its second Queen City location; a Springfield-based health care practice expanded into downtown Marshfield; and Yolo Rolled Ice Cream added a food truck.
A longtime employee in health care made a professional pivot with the opening of The Sugar Shots Bakery; Springfield resident Sean Saunders launched 24/7 Golf Performance; and the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce relocated its office.
The first Huey Magoo’s chicken tenders eatery in Missouri debuted; The Ozarker Lodge opened in Branson; and Jamaican Patty Co. launched a downtown Springfield location.
Village Meeple Board Game Cafe launched in the Galleria Shopping Center; nearly 30-year-old Rogersville Insurance Agency Inc. closed on the acquisition of Lair Insurance Agency; and Iowa-based restaurant chain Happy Joe’s Pizza & Ice Cream put down roots in the Ozarks.
CoxHealth expanded its dialysis services for patients; a New York City-based international real estate brokerage returned to the local market; and Stephanie Lender became a first-time business owner.
Shepherd of the Hills Veterinary Clinic LLC moved to a new home in Branson; brand design and illustration studio Fried Design Co. relocated; and Whataburger opened its second Queen City store.
Retail shop Culture Flock Clothing relocated; Central Bank in Springfield debuted a financial education center, dubbed ProsperU; and Oklahoma-based franchise Simple Simon’s Pizza opened a Springfield shop.
TelComm Credit Union relocated its Nixa branch; Springfield gained another sandwich shop; and graphic design firm Fried Design Co. launched a content production studio dubbed Punchbowl Studios.
A food truck dubbed 3rabiana opened; a new attraction teed off at Branson Landing; and Springfield Contemporary Theatre reached a deal to occupy the Fox Theatre.
Bolivar-based Curly Que Barbecue LLC expanded its footprint south to Springfield; the first retail store in Bolivar for phone carrier T-Mobile opened; and Whataburger made its Queen City debut.
Downtown flower shop Funky Flaura’s Unique Floral Designs LLC opened; Jordan Valley Community Health Center moved in Republic; and The Jackson Grille got its start in Marshfield.
The first downtown Springfield branch for Arvest Bank opened; a longtime licensed massage therapist became a first-time business owner; and 7 Brew Coffee opened its fourth shop in Springfield.
The congregation at Crossway Baptist Church is building a children’s wing at the west end of the church, and beginning in 2024, it will be home to a Christian academy.