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Linda Moore, Salt & Light Pilates LLC
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Linda Moore, Salt & Light Pilates LLC

Open for Business: Salt & Light Pilates LLC

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Salt & Light Pilates LLC
Taking on her first business ownership venture, Linda Moore opened Salt & Light Pilates LLC on Aug. 19 in Chesterfield Village. At 2134 W. Chesterfield Blvd., the 475-square-foot studio provides small-group classes and private individual appointments. Moore is the lone employee at the studio, which trains in low-impact flexibility, muscular strength and endurance movements. She said she fell in love with Pilates after taking her first class in Colorado more than five years ago. That resulted in her getting trained and certified as an instructor. Moore has taught in various studios, most recently with Dynamic Body LLC and Achieving Your Best LLC, before deciding to start her own business. She signed a one-year lease for an undisclosed rate with Dearborn Development Inc. for the space previously occupied by The Village Yarnery LLC. Moore said startup costs were around $30,000.
Hours: Vary
Phone: (417) 880-1111
Web: Vagaro.com/SaltAndLightPilates

GoPuff
On-demand delivery service GoPuff launched Sept. 30 in Springfield. The Philadelphia-based company delivers more than 2,500 products, mainly snacks and household items, for a $1.95 delivery charge per order through the company’s website or smartphone app. Inventory includes ice cream and candy to diapers and cleaning products, as well as beer, wine and other beverages. The company’s launch in Springfield follows its Missouri debut in March, when services started in St. Louis. Founded in 2013 by Rafael Illshayev and Yakir Gola, GoPuff operates in over 100 locations. Company spokeswoman Elizabeth Romaine said GoPuff locally employs around 50 drivers and 12 in operations, working out of an undisclosed site. Company officials declined to disclose startup costs. GoPuff joins DoorDash, GrubHub, Postmates, Uber Eats and carGo among the food delivery companies in Springfield.
Hours: Noon-4:30 a.m. daily
Phone: (855) 400-7833
WebGoPuff.com

Douglas, Haun & Heidemann PC
After more than a century in one location in Bolivar, law firm Douglas, Haun & Heidemann PC moved Aug. 12 just down the street to 103 E. Broadway St. Owned by Verna Haun, Craig Heidemann, Patrick Douglas and Donald Brown, the firm was located at 111 W. Broadway St. for 107 years. Ruth Medley, firm administrator, said the 29-employee firm is on a five-year lease for an undisclosed rate with Bolivar First National Building LLC, adding Douglas is the managing member for the lessor. The move to the former First National Bank building on the town square was partly spurred by a six-year personal restoration project Douglas undertook after buying it in 2013. He said he invested over $1 million in the building renovation, with Springfield-based Jack Ball & Associates Architects PC as the project designer. The law office occupies 5,570 square feet in the building, which is registered with the National Park Service. Douglas’ great-grandfather T.H. Douglas founded the firm in 1912.
Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Phone: (417) 326-5261
Web: DHHLawFirm.com

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