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New Businesses Opening Around Town

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Three businesses have opened or plan to open in the coming days.

Jon Schaeffer shows you what's new around town.

Staybridge suites on Century Avenue opened it's doors to visitors last Friday.

The 98 room extended stay hotel has one and two bedroom rooms for people to check-in to.

whether its a night or month long stay--the hotel rooms offer a living area--full kitchen with dishes and cooking utensils, a refrigerator--and two TV's.

Director of Sales Chris Fraser says that the hotel has plenty of rooms open for guests.

He says they also have a social time Monday through Thursday for people staying at the hotel to get to know one another.

We head over to Mandan-- Sweet Beginnings Bakery opened its doors Monday.

Owner Tami Helmers makes cupcakes, strudels, frosting, and custom cakes upon request.

You can also buy the frostings she uses on her cupcakes.

The store is open Monday through Friday 8-11 am and 5-6 PM at the beanery on Main Street in Mandan.

Back across into Bismarck--The new holiday gas station on State Street is set to open Tuesday.

It has 10 pumps--three of which are for diesel fuel-- and a car wash.

Inside you can find different assortments of food, candy, coffee and other beverages when you stop to fill up.

This is the second Holiday Gas Station in Bismarck.

Fire Flour Pizza has also announced a permanent location downtown on 5th St. across the street from Peacock alley.

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