Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ’n Biscuits is now open at 945 Southland Drive.
Mainstreet Monograms and More, 160 Main Street, Suite 116, is now open. They offer custom monogramming, unique gifts and much more.
Jet’s Pizza, a Michigan-based pizza chain, will open its first Birmingham-area location at 4730 Chace Circle, Suite 116, in the former Izzo’s Illegal Burrito space.
Relocations and Renovations
Occupational Health Dynamics, an occupational health care equipment provider currently headquartered in Pelham, has bought a building at 2687 John Hawkins Parkway and will move its operations there.
McConnell White & Terry Insurance Co. has purchased the former M&F Bank branch at 2072 Valleydale Road, at the intersection with Riverchase Parkway East. The building has been purchased as an investment.
Crown Mercedes and Crown Infiniti, 1800 Montgomery Highway, have been bought by Alabama head football coach Nick Saban and business partner Joe Agresti of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
YB’s Daylight Donuts, 5291 Valleydale Road, Suite 141, was purchased by Kerry and Lou Youngblood. The Youngbloods were residents of Louisiana but moved back home to buy the local eatery and live closer to family.
News and Accomplishments
Jeff Fulton, managing partner of LongHorn Steakhouse, 4775 Highway 280, has been presented with the company’s highest honor, the Best of the West award. He is just one of four among more than 460 managing partners nationwide to receive this award this year.
InShape MD Wellness Clinic, 650 Inverness Corners, is holding a Holiday Open House on Thursday, Dec. 4, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Friday, Dec. 5, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. The event will feature raffles, giveaways, food, drinks and expert advice.
Hirings and Promotions
RealtySouth’s Over the Mountain office, 1220 Alford Avenue, has hired Kathleen McLaughlin and Shelby Nelson as Realtors.
RealtySouth’s Inverness office, 109 Inverness Plaza, has hired Jasmine Caldwell as a Realtor.
BumperNets, 2000 Riverchase Galleria, has hired Joe Xie as head table tennis coach and athletic director. He is a recent graduate of Mississippi College and regarded as one of the best table tennis players in the U.S. He is now accepting private and group table tennis lessons.
Southlake Orthopaedics, 4517 Southlake Parkway, is celebrating its 18th anniversary this month.
BumperNets, 2000 Riverchase Galleria, recently celebrated its 15th anniversary. It was the first table tennis and billiards store in the U.S., and it operates three different storefronts on the lower level of the Riverchase Galleria. It is also the largest pinball store in the Southern U.S. and is the authorized retailer for Brunswick billiard tables in Birmingham.
Robert Holder, owner of Insky’s Art at Patton Creek, 181 Main St., Suite 225, has announced his retirement. The store offers Alabama’s largest selection of Thomas Kinkade art as well as a selection of original and limited edition art. The gallery will remain open until all pieces are sold and will also be offering prizes at the end of the sale.
J Scott Salon, 234 John Hawkins Parkway, has closed.
Medifast, 3075 John Hawkins Parkway, has closed.