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Chamber of Commerce Cuts Ribbons for Three New Oxford Businesses

The Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce welcomed three new businesses to town in ribbon-cutting ceremonies last week.
The grand openings included Elite Physical Therapy, Thrifty Building Supply and Great Clips.
Elite Physical Therapy
Scott Vasilyev, vice-president of the Chamber of Commerce, officiated the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new office of Elite Physical Therapy, located at 300 Enterprise Drive, Suite B. Physical Therapist Dr. Paul Kosko welcomed guests to the event. The company is dedicated to providing the best possible care for its patients.

Elite Physical Therapy ribbon cutting
Elite Physical Therapy (Photo by Joey Brent)

Thrifty Building Supply
Located at 670 Highway 6 West, Thrifty Building Supply is Oxford’s newest building supply store. It’s owned and operated by Richard Cooper and Mark Evans.
Thrifty Building Supply (Photo by Joey Brent)

Great Clips
Located at 1801 West Jackson Avenue, Great Clips is owned and operated by Kristy and Zach Beliew. They offer high-quality haircuts for men, women and children.
Great Clips (Photo by Joey Brent)

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