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Businesses opening doors

Businesses opening doors

In the midst of the summer heat, a Texas-based company has started to produce and distribute dry ice for commercial and industrial use from a new Brookhaven facility. Emory Dry Ice has invested $10.6 million in the Brookhaven Industrial Park operation where it is employing 20 workers.

During the summer months, ribbon-cuttings also officially commemorated Gentiva Hospice’s expansion to Southwest Mississippi and new operations of Cleansing Stream Exterior Cleaning Solutions, a mobile cleaning business for commercial and residential customers. Gentiva will serve Copiah, Walthall, Lincoln, Lawrence, Jefferson, Amite, Pike, Wilkinson and Adams Counties from its new office at 706 U.S. 51 North in Brookhaven. The new cleaning service will travel throughout the area from a Brookhaven base.

Also coming to the area; Asset Management at 215 South Jackson Street in Brookhaven, a new fitness studio specializing in the Lagree technique emphasizing core, strength and endurance. Hattiesburg-based Southern Bone and Joint Specialists on Highway 51.Two national retailers – Five Below and T.J. Maxx – are also planning to open stores on Brookway Boulevard.

Meanwhile, two long-time Brookhaven businesses are settling into new homes: T.H. Perkins Furniture consolidated to just one location at 520 Brookway Boulevard. K&B Seafood will continue to offer a wide selection fish and other foods from fresh waters and the ocean at 526 U.S. 51, where it will also now operate a small restaurant.


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