New Southlake Businesses

Dated: 08/23/2017

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Now Open in Southlake: August 2017

Marshall’s: Recently opened at 2235 E. Southlake Boulevard, in Kimball Oaks. Inspiration for fashion, ideas for home, and lots of surprises in between. (817) 329-1883 MarshallsOnline.com

Arise Recovery Center: Recently opened at 2535 E. Southlake Boulevard, Suite 200. Arise is an outpatient drug and alcohol counseling treatment center that serves the DFW metroplex. 214-273-1811 AriseRecoveryCenters.com

Fit Body Boot Camp: Recently opened at 2360 E. State Hwy 114. – Southlake Fit Body Boot Camp is a results driven and energetic fitness and fat loss workout program that includes motivation, accountability and dynamic resistance training; all designed to get you the body that you want in a safe, fun and non-intimidating atmosphere. 817-752-9112 FitBodyBootCamp.com

Provided by the Southlake Department of Economic Development and Tourism. You may also visit www.SouthlakeBusinesses.com to find a list of all businesses.


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