Hoochie’s reopens at Hickory and Industrial
After months of renovating and moving, Hoochie’s is now open at 214 E. Hickory St., just a few blocks away from its original location on Bell Avenue.
The location at Hickory and Industrial Street, which formerly housed Burgeusa Burger, has undergone a makeover inside and out. The exterior is now brick instead of bright orange, with wood paneling and a bar inside.
Owner Sam Solomon decided to move the business in February to get more foot traffic and more space for customers indoors, he said after announcing the move.
Sally Beauty announces third-quarter earnings
Denton-based Sally Beauty Holdings announced increases in sales and store sales growth, after new Sally Beauty Supply stores opened.
Consolidated net sales were $949.3 million, up from $919.47 million last quarter, according to an investors report. Compared to this quarter in 2013, net sales were up 4.1 percent.
During this quarter, the company bought back $176 million worth of its stock, chairman and CEO Gary Winterhalter said in a news release.
In the Sally Beauty Supply segment of the business, sales were $584.5 million. The Beauty Systems Group had $364.8 million in sales.
Unicorn Lake summer concert series continues
Unicorn Lake eateries will have takeout specials on Thursday nights this month, when the development hosts its Summer Concert Series.
The schedule for the rest of the month includes the Kerry David Jr. Band, this Thursday; the Vince Lujan Project, Aug. 14; the Velvet Army, Aug. 21; and 11:40, Aug. 28.
The concerts take place by the fountain from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Dealership joins BBB
Classic of Denton has been accredited by the Dallas Better Business Bureau, a nonprofit that requires businesses to adhere to a code of ethics and trustworthy business policies.
The car sales company, which will open a used car center this month, specializes in Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Mazda vehicles.
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