Mary Signifies Small business: Household decor retailer opens in Starkville

Cumbaa Design Co. is growing in Starkville.

Proprietor Mary Clair Cumbaa said Starkville simply necessary a residence decor and present store, as a result prompting her to open The Olive Tree at 517 University Drive.

The Olive Tree opened in mid-July and you can quit by 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday via Saturday.

“I work with customers in the Starkville location via my style and design business enterprise,” Cumbaa mentioned. “I sensed a need for home decor and present goods in the Starkville location and I made a decision to grow my business into a retail avenue.”

The Olive Tree offers candles, furniture, residence components, rugs, pillows, women’s apparel and far more. Be positive to halt by Starkville’s latest store for your hottest property upgrades.

Also in Starkville, we have a new vinyl shop for all you side-hustling crafters.

A In addition Vinyl, 706 Hwy. 12, opened in early July. It is the company’s fifth spot in Mississippi with outlets open in Ridgeland, Hattiesburg, Flowood and Clinton.

The retail store gives warmth transfer and adhesive vinyl, as perfectly as T-shirts, license plates, koozies and more.

“We’re the middleman and deliver products for the crafting community,” Standard Manager Lindsey Harper explained. “All of us at A In addition Vinyl are particularly joyful and enthusiastic to be below in Starkville. We hope people maintain us in intellect for their up coming crafting generation.”

Look at out the new craft retail store next to Ford Eye Clinic Tuesday by way of Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

A well-liked Starkville-based cafe, Wherever the Foodstuff At, is increasing and has opened its second site.

The seafood and soul cafe officially opened in West Issue at 5801 US-45 Alt. in the Mossy Oak Plaza.

Proprietor Shantita Suber declared the restaurant’s enlargement on Facebook.

The Starkville location will be closed for about a 7 days for renovations and repairs, she claimed. Thankfully, all those faithful patrons can pay a visit to the West Level site for the very same menu 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

The West Issue place will also have two non-public parts, a lounge and eating place, that prospects can rent for exclusive gatherings.

Transferring on, Columbus has a new grocery keep.

Winifred Young opened Ted’s Industry earlier this calendar year at 1925 Next Ave. N.

Young said Ted’s Sector is a wholesale keep that presents shoepeg corn, okra, purple-hull peas, slabs of ribs, sandwiches, steaks and more.
“We’re tiny but we’re developing,” Young reported. “Just end by and give us a probability.”

She included clients can also purchase in bulk ahead of time for reunions, get-togethers and much more.

Ted’s Sector is open Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The information keeps on coming. Southern Flour, earlier located at the Kroger Plaza in Columbus, is reopening currently.

The bakery is now positioned at 1920 Hwy. 45 N. Its new area, formerly Yo’Bar, gives the bakery about triple the room of its previous area.

Be certain to cease by Southern Flour and verify out its new digs, such as a new party room open up for reservations and cookie and cake decorating classes.

Southern Flour is open up Tuesday by Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Former Dispatch reporter Mary Pollitz writes about business openings and closings, as perfectly as other unique organization news. Deliver strategies to [email protected]