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70% Tax Credits 2020– Information

Written on December 21, 2020 at 2:20 am, by

70% tax credits 2020

10 Year Anniversary Celebration

Written on November 4, 2020 at 7:20 pm, by

This Saturday, November 7, We will being heading to Parnell, MO to visit with client Adam Emery with Emery Convenience and Service on their 10 year business anniversary and customer appreciation brunch.  We will be presenting Adam with a 10 year in business plaque, if you would like to join us we will be there  Continue Reading »

Has Beans- Business Celebration

Written on November 4, 2020 at 3:45 pm, by

For Immediate Release Has Beans are Percolating in Burlington Junction,MO Burlington Junction MO – Collette Parry, Eliana Roshel and Dean Kelly are starting a new business called “Has Beans. “ They offer drive through hot and cold beverages and a selection of home baked goods. Their signature ‘Sweetwater’ organic coffee is presented in a variety  Continue Reading »

NWMEF Wins Evergy Hometown Economic Recovery Program Grant

Written on August 23, 2020 at 9:47 pm, by

For Immediate Release August 21, 2020 Northwest Missouri Enterprise Facilitation Wins Evergy Hometown Economic Recovery Program Grant Northwest Missouri Enterprise Facilitation, a nonprofit serving six counties in Northwest Missouri, is thrilled to announce that we are receiving a grant from Evergy’s Hometown Economic Recovery Program! This grant will go towards the organization’s operating costs. (#evergyrelief)  Continue Reading »

Community Home Health and Restorative Care -Business Celebration

Written on July 12, 2020 at 5:14 pm, by

Community Home Health and Restorative Care Ribbon Cutting Event For immediate release Tiffany Miller- Community Liaison 816-717-2114 July 10, 2020 Community Home Health and Restorative Care is celebrating their grand opening with a Ribbon Cutting event on Monday, July 20th at 1pm. They will be serving cookies, cotton candy and punch to attendees. The public is  Continue Reading »

PlumFit–Business Celebration

Written on July 3, 2020 at 2:25 pm, by

PlumFit: a New Fitness Option in NW Missouri Oregon, MO – John and Rachel Plummer recognized a need in their local community and decided to rise to the challenge of opening a new business. They will soon have a business celebration to welcome PlumFit to town. This 24/7 fitness center is the only locally-owned center  Continue Reading »

East Hills Cleaners Expands Services

Written on June 25, 2020 at 2:29 pm, by

For Immediate Release East Hills Cleaners Expands Services – Resilience and Determination during hard Economic Times Stanberry, Albany MO – Tonya McCrea has owned East Hills Cleaners for 2 1/2 years in St Joseph.  She currently provides drop off locations in Atchison, Leavenworth, Maryville, Hiawatha and Savannah.  Now she is expanding her drop off services,  Continue Reading »

Barnard Processing–Business Celebration

Written on June 25, 2020 at 2:18 pm, by

Barnard, MO – Steve and Kim Wells from King City, MO are the owners of Barnard Processing in Barnard, Missouri, and they have exciting news to share. They will be soon celebrating the opening of their business – a USDA inspected slaughter/processing facility which will accommodate not only individuals but companies. Steve and Kim Wells  Continue Reading »

Huckleberry Gardens- Business Celebration

Written on May 9, 2020 at 2:41 pm, by

Small Greenhouse Packs Wide Variety of Delightful Choices Savannah, MO – Kaitlyn Ruoff has recently opened Huckleberry Gardens, a greenhouse selling annuals, succulents, vegetables and herbs, as well as unique planters. Kaitlyn, owner of this new enterprise, is a 2020 graduate of Northwest Missouri State University who majored in Agriculture Education. Kaitlyn’s business actually started  Continue Reading »

Guiding Small Businesses in Tough Times – NWMEF is Here for You

Written on April 28, 2020 at 4:07 pm, by

Guiding Small Businesses in Tough Times – NWMEF is Here for You Here’s a snippet of what Keli Morris of Northwest Missouri Enterprise Facilitation has been working on recently for struggling small businesses in our rural area.  Although she has been working from home, she has been busier than ever finding and delivering solutions for  Continue Reading »