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SEC commissioner talks long-range view in Trussville

By Tina Tidmore For The Tribune At last week’s Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce meeting, Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive said the conference is concerned about making decisions today that will put it in a good place 10 years later. “It’s our job to think ahead,” Slive said. To that end, he explained many of the recent decisions that are bringing changes to the SEC, primarily the addition ...

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Business brief: Boutique opening in Trussville March 2

By Gary Lloyd A new boutique is opening in Trussville on March 2. Jade Boutique will hold its grand opening at 183 Main St. in Trussville between Salon Swag and Cahaba Cycles. The boutique will carry ladies’ apparel, purses, shoes and jewelry, among other items. The store is owned and operated by Chanel Morgan and Ashli Watson Posey. For more information, call the boutique at 205-655-5333 or find the store ...

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Trussville leadership conference planned for March 28

By Gary Lloyd The second annual Trussville Leadership Conference is planned for March 28 at the Trussville Civic Center. The conference, put on by the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce and Trussville Rotary Club, will last from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The keynote speaker is Pete Blank, a former Disney University leader, and each registered attendee will get a copy of his book, “Employee Engagement: Lessons from ...

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South Boutique opening in Trussville

By Gary Lloyd South Boutique is expected to open in Trussville sometime in March. The boutique will be located 1820 Gadsden Highway in Trussville near Dunkin’ Donuts. The boutique will carry contemporary clothing, gifts and accessories. For more information, find “South Boutique” on Facebook. In other area business news, Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe is expected to open on U.S. Highway 11 in Trussville in the ...

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Taziki’s planning to open in next 60 days

By Gary Lloyd Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe President Keith Richards said at Tuesday’s Trussville City Council meeting that the restaurant should open in the next 60 days. Taziki’s will be located on U.S. Highway 11 in Trussville next to Dunkin’ Donuts. The council on Tuesday approved the restaurant’s alcohol application to serve beer and wine on site.  “We’re looking forward to having you here,” Councilman B ...

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Crazy Horse near Argo adds patio

By Gary Lloyd The Crazy Horse restaurant on U.S. Highway 11 as the Argo city limits begin has added a patio that will accommodate 24 people, said owner Butch Evans. The restaurant’s manager, Tony Green, said the screened-in panels were added recently and last week was the first week the patio was available for all-year use. The panels can be closed for fall and winter and opened for spring and summer. There ...

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Trussville chamber to produce community map

By Gary Lloyd The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that sales for its upcoming community map are under way. Several thousand maps are on target to print this fall and will be distributed in and around the chamber service area. The full-color, glossy community map will feature a street-level map showing local points of interests, including schools, parks, water features, landmarks and touris ...

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Trussville chamber awarded state grant

By Gary Lloyd The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce has been awarded a grant from the Alabama State Council on the Arts, the state arts agency. The $1,000 grant is designated for Trussville City Fest, which will be held May 3-4 at The Mall in downtown Trussville. Formerly known as the Dog Daze Family Festival, City Fest includes music, dance, children’s activities, arts and crafts, food vendors, fireworks ...

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Barbecue restaurant to fill former Legends in Clay

By Gary Lloyd A new barbecue restaurant will fill the former Legends Smokehouse on Old Springville Road in Clay. The Bar-B-Que Pit Stop is expected to open in the former Legends location in early March, said Debbie Mortimer, who is opening the restaurant with her husband, Cliff. The new barbecue restaurant will serve lunch and dinner and may eventually offer breakfast. [caption id="attachment_4484" align="a ...

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Temple Tutwiler III elected to National Bank of Commerce board of directors

By Gary Lloyd Temple W. Tutwiler III, president of Tutwiler Properties, Ltd., has been elected to National Bank of Commerce’s board of directors. Holman Head, president and CEO of O’Neal Steel Company, was also elected. Tutwiler’s family has owned property in Trussville since the 1940s. Tutwiler has also served as a director of First American Bank. “We are fortunate to have these experienced executives join ...

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