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Business Spotlight: On an Artistic Ride

Village Pottery Cafe has evolved with opportunities while uniquely offering an artistic experience in Republic.

Plotline teaches young people the art of filmmaking.

Hankins Surgical Supply is well into 100 years of business passed through four generations.

BigShots Golf looks to expand clientele in its second full year.

The Flea owners say everyone’s welcome at their neighborhood bar, now celebrating 10 years in business.

An acquisition of a popular running event is just one reason Heartland Racing Co. is getting ahead.

Waverly House owner celebrates 35th year in business.

Organizing cornhole tournaments becomes a side business for three local professionals.

Nova Center of the Ozarks seeks to grow client services after a headquarters move.

Systematic Savings Bank turns around in short span with new leadership.

Once a week this time of year, roughly 150 men trade business suits and work attire for baseball uniforms – complete from caps to cleats – for the Grip N Rip Baseball league.

Document Solutions of Springfield co-owner hits 40-year milestone in Xerox sales.

With a budget of $1.4 million, local Humane Society rescues thousands of animals a year.

Task9, a breakoff entity of Southern Missouri Judicial Services, reports increases in client call volumes.

The Blue Room Comedy Club cultivates comics and fans.

Hiveminded Marketing is fulfilling a goal after personal tragedy.

Rising patient count and revenue lead to new home for Kelly Dental.

Forest Garden Yurts offers a mellow space for weddings or respite.

Hazel’s Flowers brings innovation to the floral industry by partnering with local flower farmer.

Lifestyle company SGFCO sells Springfield community with merchandise, events and a charming tagline.

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