Bourbon & Beale began serving diners on the east side of Battlefield Mall; Freedom Bank of Southern Missouri finalized the purchase of Community National Bank; and the Greene County Family Justice Center moved.
Culture Counter opened in the Rountree neighborhood; Boti Architects LLC moved to its first permanent office space; and Springtown Coffee Co. reopened.
La Luna Hair Academy LLC opened; WonderWorks Branson LLC got its start; and event space Venue on Brick in Ozark expanded.
Downtown Springfield gained a new concept; The Cattle Baron’s Boutique LLC opened in Bolivar; and Jeff Maggard’s 11-year-old Net-CloudIT LLC changed names and expanded its office.
Ozark-based The Firm Real Estate LLC made a move; husband-and-wife Douglas and Alison Gragson moved their counseling practice; and Burrell Behavioral Health’s rapid access unit launched.
Maria’s Mexican Kitchen Southside LLC opened; Lewisville, Texas-based Summit Truck Group LLC expanded in Springfield; and Polk County gained a new pizzeria.
Classic Rock Coffee franchisees Ashley and Brent McGuire brought a new brew to downtown Springfield; City Music of Springfield LLC started; and The Bonsai Guy opened.
Freckled Fig Catering LLC started in Nixa; 417 Rheumatology LLC opened; and Bolivar-based pregnancy resource center Alpha House moved.
Coryell Collaborative Group moved; Panini Grill opened; and Life360 Community Services occupied a former Price Cutter grocery store.
Tulsa, Oklahoma-based barbecue chain Rib Crib made a business pivot during COVID-19 restrictions; Ozark resident Michael Greenlee started his own revenue cycle management company; and property restoration company Solutions Systems Inc. established its first commercial office.
Amanda Ash started her first business; A&M Pizza Inc. opened a Domino’s restaurant; and Revel Advertising relocated downtown.
Marketing and branding agency Supper launched; Paragon Fabrication LLC relocated; and New York-style pizzeria The Big Slice LLC opened its second Springfield store.
Dog grooming business Four Paws Salon LLC moved; Los Angeles-based vehicle retail company Detail Garage opened a store in Springfield; and And Now, Yoga LLC launched.
Paragon Architecture LLC, Neale & Newman LLP and Anderson Engineering Inc. moved into new headquarters.
The boutique scene grew on Nixa’s South Main Street; Branco Enterprises Inc. expanded its presence in Springfield; and clothing retailer A Wench in the Gear moved.
Danielle Gassmann chose to go mobile with her first foray in business ownership; dining options multiplied near center city in Springfield; and a fourth co-branded Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care center opened.
Rove Coffee Roasting started; Gettin’ Basted LLC launched in Nixa; and Springfield-based sheltered workshop SWI Industrial Solutions Inc. absorbed a similar operation in Marshfield.
Archie Donoho started Archie’s Italian Eatery with son-in-law Lorenzo Hudson; Holly Bowdidge Childers opened Word on the Street Bookshop in Ozark; and a second retail store for personal safety equipment supplier Hard Hat Gear opened.
After changing its name at the start of the year to reflect expanded services, Loehr Health Center relocated; video gaming center Contender eSports Springfield LLC launched; and the 3-month-old Cowboy Boutique LLC rebranded as Prickly Cactus Coffee and Boutique LLC.
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