Tech Firm Marks Growth With New Digs

JONESBORO — After earning an electrical engineering degree from the University of Arkansas, Bob Shipman found that jobs in that field were scarce in Arkansas. So he and wife Laura

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All Hays Clothing Stores Closing Next Year

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) – All three of the Hays clothing stores in Arkansas are set to close next year, the store’s owner said Wednesday night. Monte Hays released this statement

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Hays Clothing Owners Retiring

JONESBORO — A little more than a year after converting the former Coca-Cola plant at Highland Drive and Caraway Road in Jonesboro into a popular retail establishment, a Jonesboro store’s

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Partnering with a Real Estate Developer : The Sale-Leaseback

  “Dr. Smith, Mrs. Jones is on the line.  It seems as though Emily has broken a bracket and needs to be seen this afternoon.  We are booked until 5:30

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Joshua Brown Featured in CCIM Deal Makers

  Joshua Brown, CCIM, of Haag Brown Commercial in Jonesboro, Ark., represented Nettleton Baptist Church in the more than  $6.6 million purchase of the 115,000-sf Northeast Arkansas Conference and Exhibition

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Loss of Store Could Bring Opportunities

  The sadness of watching a longtime retailer wind down its business and its workers lose their jobs can also bring new opportunities. That’s the case with Kmart, which began

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Tacos 4 Life to Open Restaurant in Benton, AR

BENTON, AR | October 6, 2016 :: It has only been a month since Tacos 4 Life announced a new location in Little Rock and Haag Brown is excited to

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Haag Brown Purchase – Fayetteville

Haag Brown Commercial Real Estate & Development in Jonesboro paid $200,000 for nearly 2 acres of land just behind a property it purchased earlier this year in Fayetteville. Haag Brown

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Tacos 4 Life to Open Restaurant in Little Rock

Tacos 4 Life plans to open its first location in Little Rock early next year, on an out-lot at Shackleford Crossing Shopping Center, the real estate development company Haag Brown

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Dairy Queen is in expansion mode and has its sights set on Arkansas. The company said recently it would like to see 20 new Dairy Queen franchise operations in Northwest

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