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Local Business RoundupPosted Thursday, October 28, 2010, at 12:29 PM
Here is a collection of things going on this week with local businesses:
Campus Scooters is moving from 832 Broadway a new location twice its current store's size just down the street at 817 Broadway. Campus Scooters will open at the new building Nov. 1. Plans are being made for indoor skate park to open later this year at the new store.
Comfort Keepers, in-home assisted living services, has moved its offices to 615 North Broadview in Cape Girardeau.
Asian Express is now open in the former Blimpie location at 1001 Broadway in Cape Girardeau. The restaurant offers a buffet as well as take out.
Rico's is now open at 205 S. Kingshighway, Suite A, The gourmet eatery features soups, salads, sandwiches and a buffet with home-style favorites like meatloaf, chicken dumpling, and ham and beans.
The Wells Fargo Stagecoach is rolling into town this weekend. The stagecoach will be appearing in the Southeast Missouri State University Homecoming Parade and will be available for photos at Houck Stadium prior to the homecoming game.
Roupp & Roupp Dentistry is collecting Treats for Troops on Monday, Nov. 1 from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. People are encouraged to bring in their Halloween candy to receive $1 for each pound donated and a flashing toothbrush. The Candy will be shipped to troops serving overseas by Blue Star Mothers. People may also bring notes with personal messages for the troops. There is a limit of 5 pounds of candy per person.
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