Ribbon cuttings welcome new businesses

Photo: The Magnolia Grove building on Getwell Road near Nail Road in Southaven. (Bob Bakken/DeSoto County News)

Two new businesses and a business relocation were celebrated with ribbon cuttings by the Southaven Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 7.

Guardian Title, a primary occupant of the Magnolia Grove building on Getwell Road near Nail Road, has relocated into the building from a previous location.

Other businesses welcomed into the community and now open are I Need Coffee and Sushi Now, located on the main floor of the building, and Top Shelf Grill, a bar and restaurant that occupies the top floor and features an enclosed and outdoor dining area with views of Snowden Grove Park and the nearby Silo Square.

Sushi Now and I Need Coffee ribbon cutting. Both are located together on the main floor of the Magnolia Grove building in Southaven.
(Bob Bakken/DeSoto County News)
Guardian Title ribbon cutting. Guardian Title is part of the Magnolia Grove building on Getwell Road in Southaven. (Bob Bakken/DeSoto County News)
Top Shelf Grill ribbon cutting. Top Shelf Grill is a new bar and grill restaurant that occupies the top floor of the Magnolia Grove building in Southaven. It also an outdoor and overlook dining area with a view of Snowden Grove Park and Silo Square. (Bob Bakken/DeSoto County News)

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