By Gary Lloyd
TRUSSVILLE — New business openings were recently held in Trussville and Clay.
In Trussville, the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce held ribbon cuttings at two new businesses.
Champion Sports Medicine opened and had its ribbon cutting at The Shoppes at Deerfoot on U.S. Highway 11 on Nov. 12. On Nov. 19, the chamber held a ribbon cutting for Premier Payroll, located on Vann Road in Trussville.
The Coco Bistro located at the Colonial Shoppes at Clay shopping center on Old Springville Road is now open.
McEnally’s Mercantile, a general store offering hardware, home and garden items, grocery, feed, home-grown foods, do-it-yourself, and home and decor, is expected to open in early December. The store will also have a cafe.
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