Welcome to the March 15, 2019 Midlands Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.

Rob-See-Co eyes opportunities to strengthen market penetration
by Richard D. Brown
Elkhorn-based Rob-See-Co, a family-owned independent, regional seed company with roots that are 131-years deep, is seeking to grow its base by at least 700 new customers in its predominate 10-state trade area that extends from Illinois to the Rockies and from North Dakota to Southern Texas.
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New LGT Transport headquarters boosting opportunities for growth
by Becky McCarville
To accommodate the growth of LGT Transport, the Omaha-based cryogenic liquid and industrial gas transportation trucking firm moved into an 8,000-square-foot facility in the Hilltop Industrial Park near 132nd Street and Interstate 80 in August 2018.
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Blair Freeman Group building upon early wins in real estate market with comprehensive services
by Michelle Leach
Blair Freeman Group may have only recently launched in the latter half of 2018, however the Omaha-based general construction firm’s founders are leveraging a combined 30 years of commercial and residential real estate experience to have the robust workload that makes “When will we hire more people?” a daily conversation for partners Ashley Kuhn and Maranda Adams.
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JH Design Interior Design Studio grows portfolio with national clientele
by Savannah Behrends
With the addition of another designer, Omaha-based JH Interior Design Studio has nearly doubled an even spread of commercial and residential projects. This, coupled with the curated showroom, has encouraged a repeat clientele and client referrals.

Mini salon Jazzy Little Ladies opens its doors, promotes health and wellness for young girls
by Gabby Christensen
Upon noticing a lack of options in the Omaha market for spa services catering to young girls, owner/founder Jazmyne McMiller made the decision to open the doors of Jazzy Little Ladies, a mini salon specializing in youth services that provides a kid-friendly atmosphere for girls ages 4 to 14.

Clark leverages proximity, quality of life to promote Fremont
by Dwain Hebda
Fremont, Nebraska, is a long way from our nation’s capital, but it’s a cultural and geographic transition that Washington D.C. native Garry Clark has made well. As executive director for the Greater Fremont Development Council, he sees a lot of potential in Fremont, a message he preaches to all who will listen.



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Briefs in this week's issue

Lueder Construction adds Taute, Opfer, Duncan, Howarth to team

Omaha’s Great Western Bank promotes Knoell and Carlson

Legacy Design Strategies adds Kastrick, Garman and Berryman

Home Instead promotes Albers, Cox, Froendt and Morrison

Lockton’s Omaha’s office adds Smith, SVP, employee benefits consultant

Goodwill Industries names Ellis dir. of retail operations

Tigerpaw Software taps McDonald

Cobalt Credit Union selects Rodgers for leadership role

Goosmann Law Firm hires attorney Eckel in Omaha

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Special Section Shopping and Mall Space Directory

Special Section Home Improvement and Maintenance