Underworld Tattoos opens doors on N. Frazier, plus 3 more business happenings in Conroe, Montgomery

Underworld Tattoos provides temporary and permanent tattoos. (Courtesy Underworld Tattoos)
Underworld Tattoos provides temporary and permanent tattoos. (Courtesy Underworld Tattoos)

Underworld Tattoos provides temporary and permanent tattoos. (Courtesy Underworld Tattoos)

Here are four recent business happenings in the Conroe and Montgomery area.

Underworld Tattoos opened Nov. 5 at 2017 N. Frazier St., Ste. A3, Conroe. The shop offers permanent and temporary tattoos. 936-235-1379. www.facebook.com/underworldtattoostudio/


Six Shooter Junction Boutique and Jessica's Fine Jewelry are opening a joint effort called Between 2 Sisters in Historic Montgomery at 14348 Liberty St., Montgomery, sometime in November. Six Shooter Junction offers ladies fashion and accessories for women of all ages. Jessica's Fine Jewelry, which is based in Magnolia, offers jewelry repairs and sells jewelry. https://sixshooterjunction.myshopify.com. www.jessicasfinejewelry.com/s/shop

My Family Vet opened its second office in The Shops at Woodforest at 2300 N. Woodforest Parkway, Montgomery, according to a Sept. 8 news release. My Family Vet offers a wide range of services, including preventive care, vaccinations, internal medicine, in-house diagnostics, spaying and neutering. 281-288-1221. www.woodforesttx.com/news/5082/biz-buzz-my-family-vet

Mattress by Appointment of Conroe opened Nov. 1 at 3401 W. Davis St., Ste. G, Conroe. This franchise location is a veteran-owned family business. Most business is conducted by appointment, which allows customers to shop without being rushed, owner Devin Green said. Almost every item is in stock, so customers can take the mattress with them the same day or have it delivered, and prices are generally lower than at major retail stores, he said. 281-839-8369. https://mattressbyappointment.com/locations/tx/conroe/
By Eva Vigh
Eva Vigh joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2018 as a reporter for Spring and Klein. Prior to this position, she covered upstream oil and gas news for a drilling contractors' association.


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