Small Business Growth in 2019

Published on December 31, 2019

Small Business Growth in 2019

Belton added many small businesses to the mix in the past year, 2019.

One More Scoop, a premium home-made ice cream shop, features friends and family-tested fresh flavors. One More Scoop invested $130,000 into a tenant finish at 803 E. North Avenue. 

Barrel House Liquor completed an $85,000 tenant finish at Cedar Tree Shopping Center. It joins other brands like Planet Fitness, Brewbakers Bar & Grill and soon-to-arrive Five Guys Burgers and Fries; which has increased demand following $12.9 million renovation. Its high-traffic, high-visibility location at Missouri Route 58 and I-49 makes it an ideal spot for business. 

Brite Carwash is even brighter after its $20,000 remodel of a vacant building at 110 Starlight Drive. 

KC Reptarium & Education Center offers self-guided or guided, hands-on tours of this new family-owned reptile zoo. Kid friendly, it provides education and fascination for everyone at its 1010 N. Scott Avenue location. 

Mi Rancho Mexican Cantina, the area's new Mexican restaurant, is family owned and features a warm, inviting yet spicy environment to enjoy its freshly made fare at 17207 US-71.

La Nonna, the newly-opened restaurant by Chef Benny Gervalla, brings his grandmother's authentic Italian recipes from his small hometown in Sicily to Belton at 811 E. North Avenue.

Max Motors expanded into Belton at 7820 E. 171st Street for its fourth Missouri location. They have other full-service dealerships in Butler, Harrisonville and Nevada. The Belton location represents the Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and RAM brands. 

The Green Leaf at 616 A North Scott Avenue, Phoenix Natural Wellness at 817 E. North Avenue and Organic Hemp Botanicals in the Cedar Tree Shopping Center are three new CBD retailers that have opened. 

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