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and individuals navigate life transitions such as starting a family, buying a first home and career changes. The business offers fee-only services with no account minimums. 832-856-2825. www.nsfinancialtransitions.com 5 Shirts23 , a wholesale blank and custom T-shirt shop, opened a storefront Jan. 25 at 8805 Jones Road, Ste. A105, Jersey Village. The shop will offer blank shirts from Gildan, Bellas + Canvas and Tultex, among other brands. Co-owner Twyla Harris said shirts will be offered below standard retail pricing, and the business can also create made-to-order apparel for everyday wear. 832-402-2394. www.shirts23.com 6 Hungry Howie’s Pizza opened Jan. 27 at The pizza chain is known for its eight flavored crust options, including butter, asiago cheese, ranch, Cajun and garlic herb, among others. Calzone-style subs, bread sticks, salads, wings and desserts are also on the menu. The Michigan-based franchise has more than 550 locations across 20 states, including several in the Greater Houston area. 346-355-0707. www.hungryhowies.com COMING SOON 7 Stone Cold Meats, a family-owned butcher shop based in League City, is bringing a new location to 13215 Grant Road, Cypress. Its owners said they are hoping to open the business in March. Founded by Ami and Sean Stone, the original shop is located on Main Street in League City. Products at Stone Cold Meats include several varieties of beef, pork and chicken. 281-456-3200. www.stonecoldmeats.com
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NOWOPEN 1 Officials with Krab Kingz confirmed the new storefront entered a soft open- ing phase Jan. 14 at 12640 Telge Road, Ste. D, Cypress. The business previously operated from a food truck on the same site while the restaurant was under construction. Krab Kingz serves crab leg clusters, shrimp, sausage, boiled eggs, sweet corn and potatoes. 832-797-0530. www.facebook.com/krabkingzcypress 2 Swing Away, a new batting cage busi- ness, opened Dec. 12 at 12730 Cypress Valley Road, Cypress. Clients can book
half-hour and full-hour sessions in differ- ent types of cages, including coach pitch, baseball machine and softball machine. 713-360-6315. www.swingawaytx.com 3 With more than 24 years of experi- ence as an electrician, Armando Rive- ra started his own business after his former employer laid off staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. Arc Electric + Lighting opened an office Jan. 1 at 18512 Cypress Rosehill Road, Cypress. The family’s business started out of their garage in May, offering electrical and lighting services in residential and com- mercial settings. Services include lighting
consultations, house wiring, electrical upgrades, energy-efficiency projects, dimming, appliance hookups, inspections, troubleshooting and repair, among other projects. 281-909-4299. www.arcelectricandlighting.com 4 Lance and Tessa Elrod opened Next Step Financial Transitions LLC in January with appointments available upon request at 118 Vintage Park Blvd., Ste. W712, Houston. The husband and wife are both certified financial planners and offer personalized financial advice and invest- ment management services. With more than 20 years of combined experience, the Elrods specialize in helping families
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