Are you looking for a unique paint job, maybe some pin stripping or possibly body repair after a vehicle accident? Then PFC Kustomizing is your solution. PFC Kustomizing, a custom paint and body shop, is located just minutes east of West Plains on Highway ZZ. Dale and Karen Campbell began PFC Kustomizing in 2009. Dale desired to remain in his hometown while using his God given artistic talents to fill a need in the community.
To assist with the purchase of the property, the Campbells obtained financing from Wood & Huston Bank in West Plains and South Central Ozarks Council of Governments (SCOCOG) in Pomona through their small business lending program. To detail, SCOCOG provided the financing needed for the down payment of the property.
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Have you been looking for that one-of-a-kind item and haven’t been able to find it? Ava’s Hidden Treasures, located at 315 South Jefferson Street in Ava, may be just the place to find it plus so much more. Carol Wheeler started the business in December 2011 to fulfill her desire to offer the community a unique shopping experience and an avenue to recycle their treasures.
To assist with the repairs to the building and installation of a wood furnace, Carol obtained financing from South Central Ozarks Council of Governments (SCOCOG) in Pomona through the small business lending program.
Clark’s Eatery is a full-service restaurant, owned & operated by Tim & Erica Clark. This local favorite opened its doors in December 2015 on the square in Mountain Grove. The Clarks had a vision to be self-sufficient and while assisting in an overreaching goal of growing the local community. The Clarks loved the location and saw a lot of potential growth for their business which has proven to be correct.
To assist with the purchase of the property, the Clarks obtained financing from Legacy Bank & Trust in Mountain Grove and South Central Ozarks Council of Governments (SCOCOG) in Pomona through their small business lending program. To detail, SCOCOG provided the financing needed for the down payment of the property.
Please visit Clark’s Eatery for a delicious, home style meal.
HG Farmer’s Feed is a farm supply store with so much more. This family-owned store opened its doors in January 2013 on East Fifth Street in Mountain View. The Glasscocks and the Hites desired to run their own business while also contributing to the local economy. Their current location was chosen for its ample space to display their business merchandise and the necessary dock for loading and unloading shipments.
Their business became a reality through a combination of financial sources, including personal funds and South Central Ozarks Council of Governments’ small business lending program.
Please visit HG Farmer’s Feed for all your farm supply needs plus so much more. They also offer a flea market, book corral, gaming booth and discount grocery, truly a one-stop shop.