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Rebecca Martin

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BizBeat: Tan Club offers ‘premier, upscale’ salon

Monica Hoy hopes her new tanning salon, Tan Club, will offer Jefferson City a “premier, upscale” experience.

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Jefferson City ‘shines on’ at annual chamber gala

Jefferson City business and community leaders capped an exciting week by celebrating its members’ positive contributions and achievements Friday night at the annual Chamber of Commerce Gala.

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BizBeat: Ross construction starting this week

Construction of the new Ross department store at Capital Mall in Jefferson City is slated to begin early this week, said Rob Kingsbury of Farmer Holding Company.

BizBeat: Capital Mall to lose apparel store

Capital Mall will lose a long-time tenant in the coming months, as national teen clothing retailer Deb Shops has announced it plans to close all stores after filing for bankruptcy in December.

BizBeat: Gerbes Super Store to undergo remodel

Gerbes Super Store at 2101 Schotthill Woods Drive in eastern Jefferson City will undergo a remodel project in the coming months.

BizBeat: Nu2Yu offers used items at thrift prices

New thrift store Nu2Yu Resale Shop has been open in Jefferson City at 711 Jefferson St. since late last fall.

63 Cole County businesses on delinquent sales tax list

Sixty-three Cole County businesses currently owe delinquent sales taxes, according to the Missouri Department of Revenue’s (DOR) “Who Is Not Paying” list.

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A new Capital Mall, inside and out

Plans not set in stone, but offer glimpse at long-term improvements

Long anticipated renovation at Capital Mall could be getting closer, as the mall’s ownership company submitted a long-term plan for exterior improvements including new building facades, signage, landscaping and more to the Jefferson City Planning and Zoning Commission.

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BizBeat: Brown Printing hammers out complete renovation

A revamp of Brown Printing’s back offices will complete a full-building renovation project that started at the Jefferson City business eight years ago.

BizBeat: Data Comm purchases Capital City Telecom

Data Comm, Inc., a Jefferson City-based information technology company, recently announced its purchase of Capital City Telecom, effective Dec. 31, 2014.

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