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Business Spotlight: On the Move

Two Men and a Truck franchisees grow local operation 90% and look to new markets.

Girls Clothing Hut carries unique ensembles for young girls.

Springfield couple’s first-ever retail venture creates eclectic environment.

Ozark Timber Frame builds a brand on Amish crafting techniques.

Arctic Food Equipment hits quarter-century mark of service to restaurant industry.

Ozark operation plays a key role in Master’s Transportation’s $75 million annual business.

Pure & Clean LLC uses a natural compound to tackle infections and diseases.

Fritz's Adventure attracts 500,000 explorers in first two years, owners say.

Son carries forward mom’s vision as Hometown Furniture Co. hits 20 years old.

As Amycakes nears a decade in business, the bakery cooks up record revenue.

Known as The Uniform Broker, Stephen Driscoll aims to maximize vendor contracts and business cash flow.

Stressed Out Humans combats sedentary workplaces with breathing and movement exercises.

Technology veterans form startup to carve their own path, starting with a four-day workweek.

Two years into ownership, couple keeps giving spirit alive at Five Pound Apparel.

Midwest Archery marks retail store debut for family’s $5.5 million e-commerce business.

Springfield Brewing Co. hits 21 years in business.

Following a business surge through acquisitions, Wilson Logistics plans to build a $7 million terminal in Strafford.

Savoy Ballroom owners Andy and Anne Walls are influenced by a defunct New York dance hall.

A layoff is the impetus for Rogersville design firm, Slingshot Creative, now 10 years old.

Springfield Mercantile Co. owner Molly Brown pursues her passion on Commercial Street.

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