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CB Social House changed its name to Social; Tri-Lakes Community Theatre merged with The Branson Arts Council Inc.; and Springfield Community Gardens expanded into the kitchen at Cox North.

Parkview High School student Gabe Crouch started his first business; Montana-based Avitus Technology Services bought Layer 3 Technology; and Tina Stevenson purchased Fiction, Facts & Fun.

Rick and Jane McElvaine relocated Maxon’s Diamond Merchants and renamed the store; Jeremiah Mee rebranded and relocated his accounting firm; and Nichole Bowen opened Mi Mi’s Place.

Earl Steinert’s EAS Investment Enterprises Inc. opened a new hotel; Maes Gelateria launched a satellite location; and Jeremy Clopton founded consulting business What’s Your SQ.

Tom Martin rebranded his print shop; Kate Spade New York opened an outlet store in Branson; and John and Mary Rolf launched their second in a series of five planned Scooter’s Coffee shops.

Boulder, Colorado-based Lucky’s Market opened its first local natural foods store; 4 by 4 Brewing Co. LLC debuted; and Perspectives Preparatory Academy opened.

Scott Swope consolidated two smaller locations of his Swope Automotive; Buxton Kubik Dodd Inc. moved; and Sean Brownfield opened a satellite location of his Dapper old-fashioned barber shop.

Pride Auto Detailing, Butterfield Pharmacy and Trekk Design Group LLC relocated.

Paul and Ashely Allen opened Farm 2 Counter Inc. convenience store; Christian Associates launched Wood & Twig at Battlefield Mall; and HomeGoods debuted in Springfield.

Black Sheep A.S.A.P. opened; O’Reilly Development Co. LLC completed the final phase of The Castlewood Senior Living; and Red Tree Church moved.

Missouri Trust & Investment Co. moved; husband and wife Ivan Lin and Monica Liu opened Mikado Supreme Buffet; and Tinga Tacos opened.

Jimmy’s Egg LLC opened its 60th location; Guaranty Bank launched a branch at Farmers Park; and Freedom’s Rest family crisis center moved its Neat Repeats Thrift Store.

JQH Tower Club reopened; Tractor Supply Co. launched its first Bolivar store; and the Springfield branch of PrimeLending moved.

Jeremy Grisham purchased SS&B Heating & Cooling Inc.; Ross Stores Inc. added its second Ross Dress for Less in Springfield; and Salon 104 opened.

Neally Law LLC, 2 Balance LLC and Cart32 relocated.

Columbus, Kansas-based Crossland Construction Co. Inc. added a Springfield office; O’Reilly Cos. moved into shared offices; and WellCare Health Plans Inc. opened an office downtown.

Tantara Farms LLC opened; Chase Peterson, Nathan Essary and Michael Ormsby started the delivery service Tailwaggers Mobile Pet Shop; and SouthPoint Office Technology Exchange got its start.

First Watch began serving breakfast, brunch and lunch; Egyptian businessman Amr Ayad launched Pharaohs Stone Corp.; and CoxHealth repositioned medical practices in Christian County.

Mary and John Rolf brought Omaha, Nebraska-based franchise Scooter’s Coffee to town; Strategic Financial Concepts Inc. moved; and Burlington Stores Inc. opened its first Springfield store.

Jeanie Williams made a career change buying Weezie’s Upscale Retail Boutique Outlet; John Bigler moved to Springfield and opened a law office; and Central Marketing Transport LLC settled into a new maintenance and driver facility in Stafford.

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