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Open for Business: Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center

Health care clinic Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center relocated; Mercy opened a $27 million health clinic; and former insurance adviser Clay Trautman started The Cast Group.

Vantage Rooftop Lounge and Conservatory opened atop Hotel Vandivort's new building; Tonik Sweetwater Saloon got its start; and husband and wife Shane and Hannah Stout opened Bohemian Smoke Shop.

Bon Bon’s Candy House relocated to Brentwood Center North; Live Pure Yoga and Fitness came under new ownership; and technology startup CellARide LLC made the move downtown.

SBJ Publishing Inc. moved to Chesterfield Village; the first restaurant since 2002 at the Shepherd of the Hills attraction in Branson began serving customers; and Big Air Trampoline Park got its start in Branson.

Interpres Building Solutions LLC gave former Springfield Fire Station No. 6 new life; Crave Cookie Dough added a south-side store; and Kansas-based Artistic Works by Lu LLC opened a brick-and-mortar shop.

Ensley & Swann Boutique & Marketplace opened; Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen added a Branson location; and attorneys Danielle Kincaid and Angela Myers started a new firm.

Hold Fast Brewing debuted as the ninth brewery in operation in the Queen City; Nest Interiors LLC moved in Ozark; and New York City-based Smart Choice Communications LLC relocated to a new Queen City home.

Downtown jazz club The Hepcat opened; husband and wife Jerry and Crystal Yarnell began a shuttle service that takes visitors to area breweries; and The Lash Room and Brow Bar LLC relocated.

History Museum on the Square opened; Lash Co. Studios LLC moved; and Team Taco LLC got its start.

More than three decades after closing, Red’s Giant Hamburg officially returned; Hard Knox BBQ LLC opened; and Blue Peaks Industrial LLC got its start.

First-time business owner Dalton Cohen started Texas Soul Boutique; the Nixa office of Ozarks Elder Law LLC moved; and Mountain Grove-based Westgate Trailers expanded operations with a Springfield site.

Brother and sister Kyler and Carrington Peace purchased the local Sno Biz shaved ice operation; Ink Print & Sign rebranded from 417 Print Shop; and Ozarks Mobile Chiropractic LLC opened.

A Las Vegas-based franchise that sells miniature, made-to-order doughnuts entered Nixa; financial adviser Terry Conner left Edelman Financial Engines to open Prime Capital Investment Advisors of Springfield; and The Big Biscuit opened its second eatery in town.

The Doula Foundation of Mid-America Inc. moved; Steve Albrecht opened Dr. Steve Albrecht Coaching Services; and Common Sleep LLC got its start.

Kristen Gossett took on her first business venture with Extra Care Hair Co.; the second Springfield restaurant for Neighbor’s Mill Bakery & Cafe opened; and Branson-based Clear Entertainment and Marketing Group LLC was sold.

The new headquarters and second branch for Volt Credit Union began operations; Mary Overbey opened Borealis Consulting LLC; and Staxx and Jellybeans relocated.

Adventure Bicycle Co. opened; BluCurrent Credit Union launched its fourth branch in the Ozarks; and Able Coffee & Provisions LLC got its start.

The Rock opened as the second anchor tenant for the $14 million Quarry Town development in Galloway Village; independent registered investment advisory firm Dominion Financial Group LLC got its start; and restaurateur Angel Kim added OssoBuco Italian American Bistro.

A franchise store of Nashville, Tennessee-based NoBaked Cookie Dough began serving sweet treats; lake cruise operator Main Street Marina joined the axe-throwing business; and Seven Hills Veterinary Clinic LLC nearly tripled its space in a relocation.

Owner Jenni Bybee moved Salon Knot LLC after a tornado severely damaged her shop’s original spot in Rogersville; Flat Creek Republic LLC opened as the anchor tenant of the nearly $4 million Wildwood Plaza commercial development in Republic; and Logan Chaney opened the Chaney Agency LLC.

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Open for Business: Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center

Health care clinic Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center relocated; Mercy opened a $27 million health clinic; and former insurance adviser Clay Trautman started The Cast Group.

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