Reox Automotive has relocated to Bradyville Pike

Dec 04, 2018 at 02:23 pm by Michelle Willard

Reox Automotive

After having to close in October, Reox Automotive Repair has reopened in a new location at 1602 Bradyville Pike.

The family-owned business closed its doors on Broad Street because of an increase in rent and the loss of a key investor.

But now it has reopened and is ready to help you with your car.

Nutrition Faktory has expanded its footprint with a location in Smyrna, which means four locations in one year.

Joining the Murfreesboro, Nashville and Hendersonville locations, the nutrition store opened a location at 303 Sam Ridley Pkwy W. in Smyrna. There are also plans in the works for additional stores in Cool Springs and Cookeville.

On Oct. 30, Murfreesboro Auto Repair announced a partnership with Kee’s Auto Repair.

“Murfreesboro Auto Repair is working to help Kee & Gail's customers with all their auto repair needs. They are currently dealing with family health issues and have to be closed for an undetermined amount of time,” MAR posted on Facebook.

To help with the transition, Murfreesboro Auto Repair has purchased some of Kee’s equipment and phone number.

Dog Haus goes to the plants

In November, Dog Haus launched custom plant-based sausages and burgers, expanding their offerings to meet every guests’ needs and tastes.

With the help of plant-based powerhouses - Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat - four new menu items will be available at all 30+ Dog Haus locations nationwide, enticing vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.

“We have always offered vegetarian-friendly options to ensure there is something for everyone at Dog Haus, but we knew we could take these offerings to a new level, especially in the context of today’s plant-based market,” said Hagop Giragossian, Dog Haus partner. “With our Impossible burger and slider, and Beyond sausages, even our most loyal meat eaters will think it’s the real deal.”

Conceptualized by Giragossian, along with Würstmacher Adam Gertler and chef Ilan Hall, menu items will include the Impossible Burger with pickles, lettuce, tomato, onion, white American cheese and secret sauce, and Impossible Slider with mayo, white American cheese and caramelized onions, in addition to the Beyond Brat with Beyond Sausage bratwurst, sauerkraut, caramelized onions and spicy brown mustard, and the Sooo Veggie with Beyond Sausage hot Italian, wild arugula, avocado, tomato, crispy onions and spicy basil aioli – all served on grilled King’s Hawaiian rolls.

The Impossible burger and Beyond sausage act as the base to the vibrant and equally delicious flavor combinations Dog Haus is known for. Incorporating more plant-based dishes also speaks to Dog Haus’ overall mission of sustainably feeding everyone who walks through their doors, sourcing proteins that are of superior quality and ultimately better for the consumer.

The Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat menu items are exclusively sold at Dog Haus locations nationwide. For additional information, please visit doghaus.com.


Michelle Willard is a freelance journalist who fills her days with social media marketing, politics, true crime, and taking complaints. You can complain to her on Twitter @MichWillard or by email michelle(at)murfreesborovoice.com.

 



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