ROUNDUP: 6 businesses that opened in Pearland, Friendswood this fall

Main Squeeze Juice opened in Pearland in November. (Courtesy Main Squeeze Juice)
Main Squeeze Juice opened in Pearland in November. (Courtesy Main Squeeze Juice)

Main Squeeze Juice opened in Pearland in November. (Courtesy Main Squeeze Juice)

Here are six businesses that opened in Pearland and Friendswood in September through November.

Little S.T.E.M. Academy opened on Nov. 8 at 2975 Kingsley Drive, Ste. 137, Pearland. The school is a day care specializing in teaching science, technology, engineering and mathematics to children pre-K thru second grade. The academy is the first of its kind in Pearland. 346-570-4670

Main Squeeze Juice opened in Pearland on Nov. 11 at 12568 Broadway St., Pearland. This is the eighth Houston-area store for the franchise. Main Squeeze Juice is a juice and smoothie bar that also offers juice cleanse programs. 346-342-1675

Smoothie King opened a location Oct. 23 at 140 W. Parkwood Ave., Friendswood. The business is owned by native Houstonians Trenton Thomas and Bonita and Vincent Green, according to a press release. The smoothie chain has over 1,000 locations worldwide. 832-569-5028.

Jana Marie's Childcare opened in October at 6307 Broadway St., Ste. 111, Pearland. The preschool offers care for children 18 months to 5 years old. The business follows a daily schedule and uses the Applebaum curriculum. The business is also open on some Saturdays. 832-328-5375
Code Ninjas (Friendswood) opened Sept. 1 at 1130 Broadway St., Ste. 122, Pearland. The business teaches coding to kids ages 7-14 but also has a junior coding program for younger children. 832-569-5176

Locally owned Surge RX opened Sept. 1 at 4320 Broadway St., Ste. 110, Pearland. The pharmacy offers all the same services as a franchised pharmacy, along with delivery and copay assistance. 281-741-1266
By Haley Morrison
Haley Morrison came to Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 after graduating from Baylor University. She was promoted to editor in February 2019. Haley primarily covers city government.


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