One business closes and two more are open.
Alexus Arthur has this week’s Business Beat.
Juke Joint comics in Bismarck announced on their Facebook page they will be closing.
They’re shutting down after four years of business.
Juke Joint’s last day of busineess will be October 28th, which is also free comic day and Halloween comic fest.
After that day they will still have limited hours, but no new inventory will be ordered.
A new business opened it’s doors in Lincoln today.
Hometown Credit Union celebrated the grand opening with a ribbon cutting, hotdogs and hamburgers, and some goodies for those that stopped in.
The new location is located right across from Lincoln Elementary School, making it a convenient stop for families in the area.
The CEO says they’re excited to be in Lincoln, and can’t wait to get to know community members.
“Well we just think a credit union was really needed in Lincoln. It’s a growing, wonderful community. Lots of hardworking people. I think we have the financial tools that that makes our lives easier.” said Harold Hagen.
Hometown Credit Union Monday to Saturday, and has a convenient drive up window as well.
10 North Main in Minot is back and open for business.
The busines closed earlier this year when the owners wanted to leave the food industry.
The new owners, including Josh Duhmels mom re-opened and revamped the high end restaurant.
The french steakhouse has a new menu, new decorations, and an additional second floor silhouette room that acts as a martini bar.
Along with that, all the art you see displayed is up for sale.
10 North Main welcomes walk ins and reservations. For Business Beat, I’m Alexus Arthur.
For more information about the businesses, visit our website at myndnow.com.
Hometown Credit Union: http://www.hcuonline.com/
10 North Main: https://www.facebook.com/10northmain/