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Tiedemann Bank Equipment
Tiedemann Bank Equipment relocated June 14 to more than 13,000-square-feet of office and warehouse space at 1661 W. Lloyd St. in Ozark. The company bought the property from Franchise Fixtures. Located at 1202 Eaglecrest St. in Nixa for the past 14 years, Tiedemann sells bank and security equipment, such as vaults, safes, alarm systems and security cameras, said office manager Betty Yeary. Hours: 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Phone: (417) 581-2265.

Uncle Lloyd’s Cookie Co.
Uncle Lloyd’s Cookie Co., 1653 E. Sunshine St., serves more flavors of oatmeal cookies than it has employees serving them. The sandwich shop and cookie bakery opened May 19, said owner Lloyd Babcock. The shop has 12 workers, who pay close attention to the pure ingredients with no preservatives used in baking, sandwiches and smoothies, said Babcock, who’s given up on having a favorite out of Uncle Lloyd’s 18 oatmeal cookie varieties. “Yesterday, my favorite was an ice cream cookie sandwich with cranberry orange spiced cookies and strawberry ice cream,” said the former residential contractor. Single cookies are $1.39 with the exception of the 99-cent ultimate oatmeal cookie and the guinea pig special and cookie of the month for $1.19. Hours: 6 a.m.–9 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m.–9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Phone: (417) 882-6654.
Speedy Cash Payday Loans
Speedy Cash Payday Loans opened June 25 at 2949 S. National Ave. near Battlefield Road in a former KFC building. The Wichita-based franchise has 96 stores with online services available. The Springfield location has eight employees under store manager Nicole Mallahan. In addition to cash advances, the payday-loan service cashes payroll and government checks for a 2.5 percent fee, as well as cash advances and sends faxes at $1  a page. Hours: 8 a.m.–8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Sunday. Phone: (417) 881-1710.

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