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Trussville sells itself according to Lee Marlow

By Chris Yow, For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE – Trussville realtor Lee Marlow didn't know what she wanted to be when she "grew up", but sometimes people don't choose their careers – careers choose them. Growing up the daughter of a real estate lawyer and 150 mg clomid online sales being around realtors for much of her life, the idea of becoming a realtor herself was always in her mind. "My dad said I had the personality for it, and so I d ...

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Local screen-printing business offers gift options and more

By Bethany Adams, For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- Christmas is calling, and with the shopping days flying by, many shoppers are searching for unique gift ideas. Recently, one popular option has been gifting items personalized with initials, names and more. From monogrammed tumblers to spiced-up t-shirts, one local business is ready to meet a wide range of customizing needs this holiday. Apparel FX, which open ...

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Tula J is downtown Trussville’s great big closet

By Chris Yow, For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- When the idea of starting a boutique first began, two things came to mind. One was being in the heart of downtown Trussville and the other was to make sure customers were happy and taken care of when they left. Seems like a simple business plan, but owner Ashli Posey and her staff have gone above and beyond the call of customer service since opening Tula J’s nearl ...

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The Vape Loft is encouraging healthier lifestyles within the community

By Bethany Adams, For the Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- With everything from textbooks to board games going digital, it seems like nothing is escaping the e-revolution. But one innovation that has come as a result of the digital movement could mean a healthier lifestyle for some people, and one local business is here to help spread the word. Kenneth Sundberg runs the Vape Loft on Gadsden Highway, one of a handful o ...

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Topgolf announces opening of Birmingham location

By Megan Miller, Editor BIRMINGHAM – Topgolf announced on Tuesday that Birmingham will be its first location in Alabama. Topgolf has 30 venues serving 12.2 million guests annually, and is the world’s largest digital golf audience. Topgolf offers golfing for all ages and viagra without a prescription canada skill levels, paired with a chef-driven menu, top-shelf drinks, big screen TVs and music in climate controlled bays for year-round comfort. ...

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Pasquale’s in Clay soon to reopen

By Bethany Adams, for the Tribune CLAY-- Alan “Big Al” Nichols is no stranger to the restaurant business. Owner of Big Al’s Dog Wagon, he grew up working in his parents’ Pasquale restaurants, which were part of a larger chain from the 1960s through the 1980s. So when the current owner of one of the last Pasquale’s establishments contacted him and offered to sell the business, he jumped right in. [caption id ...

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Birmingham law firm investigating Windstream Communications

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports BIRMINGHAM – Beckum Kittle law firm is investigating a consumer matter involving Windstream Communications. Beckum Kittle was informed by current and former customers of Windstream that the company has failed to deliver service for which individuals have paid. Initial actions have been filed by the legal team, and the firm is accepting new claimants who are current ...

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Local businesses gear up for Small Business Saturday

By Megan Miller, Editor TRUSSVILLE – Small businesses and consumers are gearing up to support their favorite local, independent businesses on small business Saturday, set to take place on Nov. 26. According to a press release from the NFIB, more than 62 percent of consumers who are aware of Small Business Saturday and who plan to shop locally on the day said the main reason they plan to do so is because the ...

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Family-owned pharmacy offers community support, holiday fun

By Bethany Adams, For The Tribune CLAY -- Pharmacies in the modern age tend to lack the level of personal care that was once provided by independent, family-owned establishments. They also tend not to be places frequented by elves. Carroll Pharmacy is an exception to both of these rules. Carroll Pharmacy first began serving the public in 1995, when the first location opened in Clay. Years later, the Carroll ...

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Sunrise Ridge Assisted Living under new ownership

By Megan Miller, Editor TRUSSVILLE – Sunrise Ridge Assisted Living has been taken over by Atlas Senior Living, a developer, operator and manager of senior housing across the southeast. “This acquisition marks an exciting milestone for our company,” Scott Goldberg, President and CEO of Atlas Senior Living, said. “We had our eye on Trussville for a while because it is a growing market, but remains a close-kni ...

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