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Jim and Vicki Hancock, Sport Clips
Jim and Vicki Hancock, Sport Clips

Open for Business: Sport Clips

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Sport Clips franchisees Jim and Vicki Hancock opened their third Springfield store April 15 at 3825 S. Campbell Ave. in the Parkcrest Shopping Center. The 2,000-square-foot store features a 55-inch flat-screen TV in the reception area, ball park-themed wall graphics and 32-inch flat screens at each cutting station. Haircuts range between $16 and $21 for the MVP cut complete with shampoo, scalp massage, heated and vibrating chairs, and neck and shoulder massage, Vicki Hancock said. The South Campbell store is No. 767 in the Georgetown, Texas-based chain, and it completes the Hancocks’ three-store franchise deal purchased seven years ago. Franchise rights for one store cost $15,000, while a three-store market costs $39,000, Hancock said, adding that available markets include Nixa, Ozark and Branson. The Hancocks also operate stores at 2041 E. Independence St. and 2725 N. Kansas Expressway, Ste. 136. Hours: 10 a.m.–8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday and noon–5 p.m. Sunday. Phone: (417) 823-3773.

CNH Reman LLC
CNH Reman LLC on April 4 added a distribution center within its 260,000-square-foot west Springfield remanufacturing plant, 2707 Farm Road 123, a former Aaron’s Automotive facility. About 95 employees in the CNH Reman plant – which opened in December 2009 following a 50/50 joint venture agreement between Case New Holland and Springfield Remanufacturing Corp. – remanufacture engines and components such as crank shafts and turbo chargers for Case New Holland-brand construction and farm equipment, said General Manager Tom Hilmes. “We wanted to get it open at the first of April to support the farmers now in planting season,” he said. The distribution center ships custom and time-sensitive products directly to dealers, Hilmes said. CNH Reman operates 10 warehouses in North America and last year closed $60 million in sales. Hilmes said the venture expects 2011 sales of $75 million. Hours: 7 a.m.–3:30 pm. Monday through Friday. Phone: (417) 893-2362.

Shepherd of the Hills Humane Society
Shepherd of the Hills Humane Society added an adoption center Jan. 28 at 2837 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, a strip center owned by the humane society. The 3,700-square-foot adoption center currently houses 16 dogs and six cats, said manager Gailann Hause. The society also operates Four Pawz bookstore and a thrift store in the center to raise money for animal care. Operating under 501(c)3 nonprofit Animal Advocates of the Ozarks, board members late last year changed the four-year-old humane society’s name from Taney County Humane Society, Hause said. Hours: 11 a.m.–5 pm. Monday through Wednesday and Friday and Saturday. Phone: (417) 337-7387.

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