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Maryville Board Game Café

Written on February 9, 2018 at 6:58 pm, by

Unplug, Unwind, Recharge, and Reconnect at the Maryville Board Game Café Across the nation and in communities large and small, entrepreneurs are capitalizing on a growing desire among people to reconnect with family and friends in a relaxing atmosphere. Scott and Thuy Copeland are inviting all to their new business, the Maryville Board Game Café.  Continue Reading »

Crazy Daisy

Written on February 9, 2018 at 6:42 pm, by

Grand Opening of Craisy Daisy, a floral gift and home décor shop in Mound City Mound City, MO – Realizing a long awaited dream, Owners Tammy Killin and Susan Meadows are opening a floral gift and home décor shop in Mound City, Missouri. These two busy mothers have waited for the opportunity to get into  Continue Reading »

Big Ed’s Body Shop

Written on July 25, 2016 at 8:45 pm, by

Focusing on one car at a time for quality service and customer satisfaction is a Ravenwood entrepreneur’s formula for launching his own business. For Ed Wiederholt, knowledge of auto repairs and years of experience in fixing vehicles became the driving force behind his entrepreneurial initiative he has named “Big Ed’s Body Shop.” Ed brings 20  Continue Reading »

Byergo Angus Beef, LLC

Written on July 25, 2016 at 8:44 pm, by

A favor providing friends and family with packaged angus beef has grown into something more for Drew and Bryson Byergo of Savannah, Mo. Since 1950, the Byrego family has been providing high quality packaged angus beef in the country. After many requests for more beef from friends, the two decided to open a business and  Continue Reading »

EM’s Emporium

Written on July 25, 2016 at 8:44 pm, by

Rock Port, Mo. – Owner, Stephanie Jakub, recently opened EM’s Emporium, a floral and gift shop in Rock Port, Missouri. “I have added helium balloons and continue to provide floral, gifts, candy, and home décor,” Ms. Jakub said, “I also plan on having craft nights with kids, and adults.  My first kid’s craft day was  Continue Reading »

Headstone Country Variety Store, LLC

Written on July 25, 2016 at 8:43 pm, by

Grant City, MO- Northwest Missouri and Southern Iowa now have a premiere headstone creation company thanks to business owner Treasa Staton.  Headstone Country Variety Store, LLC is a small business based in Grant City that specializes in creating affordable headstones and cemetery markers. To celebrate its opening, owner Treasa Staton is inviting the public to  Continue Reading »

Massage, Reiki & Reflexology

Written on July 25, 2016 at 8:43 pm, by

Country Club Village, Mo. – For those seeking holistic healing or therapy, a new business is offering just that in our area. Jenn’s Way Therapeutic Massage LLC, offers clients Reiki and Reflexology treatments, in addition to massage therapy. Owner Jenny Osborn offers Swedish, Deep Tissue and Prenatal Massage, and has partnered to share her space  Continue Reading »

J. Howard’s Café & Catering

Written on July 25, 2016 at 8:43 pm, by

Howard’s Café and Catering is the newest kid on the block in Savannah, Mo. Owners Leigh and Carl Neinstedt are excited to introduce their restaurant to the community. J. Howard’s will stand out among the rest thanks to their unique menu offers choices that are sourced from local farmers and other businesses in the community.  Continue Reading »

J. Lynn’s Consignment opens on Savannah Main Street

Written on July 25, 2016 at 8:42 pm, by

Savannah’s Main Street will soon see the addition of J. Lynn’s Consignment. Jennifer Clardy and Tyson Martinez are proud to announce the opening of their consignment store that will offer something for everyone. J. Lynn’s Consignments, opening at 409 W. Main Street, will offer people the opportunity to earn commission based on the profit of  Continue Reading »

Lanes Network 1

Written on July 25, 2016 at 8:42 pm, by

Maryville, Mo – Lane Florea has always loved working with computers. He has developed that love from a hobby to his own business. “I was repairing computers on the side and working at an electronics store,” Florea said, “I decided to go to school and open my own computer repair business when I was done.”  Continue Reading »