>The August Business Luncheon will be Wednesday, August 19th at 11am at the University Plaza. Retail & Family Services will be featured. Please make plans to attend.
>Our August Mixer is right around the corner believe it or not! Please make plans now to join us on Thursday, August 6th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at the UPS Store, 1325 west Sunshine for Spaghetti & School Supplies. Bring your best Italian dish to be judged by our mystery guest. CLICK HERE for an entry form. Sponsored by the UPS Stores in Springfield and Marshfield.
>Everyone was indeed Swept Away at the University Plaza as we celebrated the Springfield's Best 21st Annual Meeting with great food, fun and music by Studio 54. Congratulations to new president Debra Yeager and the incoming board. We're anticipating a great year!
>Following its pledge to donate $50 for every car sold in April, Youngblood Auto Group presented Developmental Center of the Ozarks (DCO) with a check for $14,500 on Monday, June 8. Thank you Youngblood Auto Group for your tremendous community involvement!
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Springfield's Best, Inc. encourages the public to conduct business with reputable, locally owned or managed companies that operate with honesty, integrity, ethical behavior and to support the Springfield community by keeping their dollars in the Springfield economy.
The organization's members have joined forces to:
>Serve as a forum for members to share marketing strategies, resources and ideas in an environment that promotes networking and activities that build positive relationships among fellow members.
>Spotlight members and the quality of their individual businesses, thus improving the marketing image and position of all members and giving them a competitive edge in the Springfield marketplace.
>Build reciprocal business among members.
Keep Springfield's retail, service and professional dollars in the Springfield economy.
>Conduct cooperative public relations and promotional-type programs to enable members to compete effectively with chain stores in Springfield.
Code of Conduct
Members of Springfield's Best, Inc. recognize that the action of any one member reflects on the business image of all its members. As a result, Springfield's Best and its members have adopted a Code of Conduct that all of its members are required to meet and maintain.
These requirements and standards are as follows:
Our mission is to provide a selected group of locally-owned and operated businesses that you know and trust.
Our vision is for members of Springfield's Best to be recognized as having value and importance to the community.
Pledge of Excellence
We, the members of Springfield's Best, Inc., pledge to conduct ourselves and our businesses in a manner that integrates honesty, integrity and ethical behavior in all of the endeavors that we pursue and toward each individual with whom we interact.
Members and /or its employees will not discriminate against its customers, employees, or venders regarding sex, age, race, creed or national origin.
Members agree to act in good faith; to be honest, truthful and fair to all concerned.
Members agree to support the purpose and function of Springfield's Best, Inc., as defined by its bylaws.
Members must have a good business reputation in the community and not be subject to adverse intervention of local, state, or government action involving its business practices.
A member's public image or reputation will not be, in the opinion of Springfield's Best, Inc., of a nature that would unfavorably affect public opinion of Springfield's Best, Inc. or its members.
A member must promptly respond in writing to any and all customer complaints presented by Springfield's Best, Inc. regarding the complaint and any corrective action or adjustments that are required.
Springfield's Best, Inc. and its members recognize the confidentiality of its members' businesses and agree to honor that confidentiality.
Retail & Family Services
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Health & Medicine
Food & Fun
Business Services & Products
Financial & Legal
Building & Construction
Listed below are the different categories that are represented in the Springfield's Best Business Directory. Please click on an icon to view the companies listed in the respective category.
Missouri Business Portal - Board Members
Telephone: (417) 868-0290
Dr. Bary Brown - Sunshine Eye Clinic
Debra Yeager - The Sweet Spot Cakery/WineSpot
Amanda Brown - 417 Pet Sitting
Dee Robinson - Robinson and Company, CPA's
Jeffrey Goodnight - Neale & Newman, L.L.P.
Bruce Jones - ProTel Systems
Greg Clift - PCnet
Gwen Beebe - Phoenix Home Care
Stacey Clem - Coldwell Banker Vanguard Realtor
Josh Jones - Linda's Flowers
901 St. Louis Street, Suite 105
Springfield, MO 65806
SPECIAL OFFERS BELOW
We are pleased to offer 2 DIFFERENT DISCOUNTS!
1. $50 off a Deluxe Level Air Duct Cleaning.
2. $20 Off Your Next Chimney Cleaning.
Both discounts are for Member Benefit Card Holders! Please call us at 883-5220 for an appointment.
SAVE BIG FOR YOUR FORMAL EVENT
Karl's Bridal has all of the latest styles and colors for prom! Save 20% off your in-stock prom gown with this coupon or save $25 off any in-stock Savvi collection tuxedo from Karl's Tuxedos.
20% OFF ANY ITEM
Family Pharmacy is pleased to offer 20% off any single item in any of our stores (exluding prescriptions).
10% OFF ANY CUSTARD OR MEAL
Cruisin' USA Frozen Custard is pleased to offer 10% off any custard or meal purchase! This coupon is not valid on concert days!
TWO GREAT OFFERS
Twin Oaks Chiropractic and Acupuncture is pleased to offer the following:
1. $49 Initial Exam (includes 2 x-ray views if needed)
2. $10 off an 60 minute massage!
GEOTHERMAL GROUND SOURCE INSTALLATION
5% off new system for existing HVAC (30% tax credit along with utility rebate up to $750 per ton) 10% off on mold & asbestos remediation, 5% off on all new water well installation. Must be an employee of a Springfield's Best Company.
5% OFF ON TOTAL RE-ROOF!
A-1 Guarantee Roofing, Inc. is pleased to offer a 5% discount to Member Benefit Card Holders on total re-roof purchases ($500 Limit). Please call 863-0613 today for an appointment!
SUNSHINE EYE CLINIC 10% DISCOUNT
Sunshine Eye Clinic is pleased to offer a 10% discount to Springfild's Best Members and their employees! Discount Card must be presented at the time of purchase and is not valid with other discounts or insurances!
HARTER HOUSE SUPERMAKET 5% DISCOUNT!
We're offering a 5% discount toward purchases at all stores in SPRINGFIELD ONLY! Discounts do not apply to liquor, tobacco, stamps, lottery or gift certificates. MUST show Springfield's Best Discount Card!
25% OFF FAMILY ENROLLMENT FEE!
We're pleased to offer 25% off the family enrollment fee. Please provide coupon when enrolling your child. Please call 883-3100 or visit:
www.littleangelslearningacademy.com for more information.
PHOENIX HOME CARE 10% OFF
Phoenix Home Care is pleased to provide Springfield's Best Members 10% off of all Privately Paid Services!
SAVE 10% AT PETSWAY STORES
Time for a cozy new bed for your furry friend. Petsway offers 10% off on any pet bed with this coupon.
LINDA'S FLOWERS 10% DISCOUNT
We're proud to offer Springfield's Best companies and their employees a 10% discount on our great selection of fresh flowers, gorgeous vases & containers, green & blooming plants, as well as an assortment of gourmet foods & other gift items. Not valid on wire-out orders.
UNIVERSITY PLAZA HOTEL DISCOUNT
Springfield's Best Members please follow this link to your discount:
Acacia Spa is offering a one hour massage special for Springfield's Best members only for $45 (no 15% discount with this offer). Use the code word "Relax". The special is good through the end of May.
Why Support Locally Owned Businesses?
Local Character and Prosperity
In an increasingly homogenized world, communities that preserve their
one-of-a-kind businesses and distinctive character have an economic
Locally owned businesses build strong communities by sustaining vibrant town centers,linking reighbors in web of econimic and social relationships, and contributing to local causes.
Local ownership ensures that important decisions are made locally by people who live in the community and who will feel the impacts of those decisions.
Keeping Dollars in the Local Economy
Compared to chain stores, locally owned businesses recycle a much larger share of their revenue back into the local economy, enriching the whole community.
Job and Wages
Locally-owned businesses create more jobs locally and, in some sectors, provide better wages and benefits than chains do.
Entrepreneurship fuels America's economic innovation and prosperity, and serves and key means for families to move out of low-wage jobs and into the middle class.
Public Benefits and Costs
Local stores in town centers require comaratively little infrastructure and make more efficient use of public services relative to big box store and strip shopping malls.
Local stores help to sustain vibrant, compact, walkable town centers-which in turn are essential to reducing sprawl, automobile use, habitat loss, and air and water pollution.
A marketplace of tens of thousands of small businesses is the best way to ensure innovation and low prices over the long-term.
A multitude of small businesses, each selecting products based, not on a national sales plan, but on there own interests and the needs of their local customers, guarantees a much broader range of products choices.
has been a community institution since 1994. Our membership includes a variety of the most well respected and established businesses in southwest Missouri that are known for their community involvement and trustworthiness.
encourages the consumer public to conduct business with these reputable, locally owned or managed companies that operate with honesty, integrity and ethical behavior, and to support the Springfield community by keeping their dollars in the Springfield economy.
If you would like to become a member of Springfield's Best
, please contact Executive Director Theresa Gilmore
Click the button below to download the Membership Requirements and Application.
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