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Cheryl Mitchell started Suddenlies Gallery & Boutique; Crave Cookie Dough LLC got its start; and a third branch of The Seymour Bank opened on the Marshfield square.

Red’s BMX LLC got its start; Hudson Hawk Barber & Shop opened its eighth store; and Mirowski Inspections LLC relocated.

Bits of Britain Cafe LLC opened; Show Me SUP LLC started; and Travellers House Coffee & Tea launched a bistro location.

C.J. Miles bought out his business partner for the Pasta Express in Fox Grape Plaza; Ozarks Entertainment LLC sold; and All Tune and Lube Total Car Care signed on as a neighborhood dealer for U-Haul Company of Missouri.

TommyHawks Axe House opened; Missouri Air National Guard started its first recruiting office in Springfield; and Primrose Marketplace sold.

Electronics repair franchise uBreakiFix opened a Springfield store; Frisco Bicycle Rental Sales & Service got its start; and Missouri Council of the Blind launched its second Springfield thrift store.

Monk’s Social Club opened; insurance firm Bohrer-Croxdale & McAdoo Inc. sold; and the city’s first kombucha manufacturer began wholesale distribution.

Great American Taco Co.’s first franchise store, SocieTea LLC and Si Italia Travel Co. opened.

Trane split off its Springfield residential and parts departments; Van Gogh’s Eeterie opened; and Malone Finkle Eckhardt & Collins Inc. sold.

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