Several businesses have opened in Tomball and Magnolia. Check out what they are below.
Chase Bank opened a second Magnolia location Dec. 20 in the newly developed Magnolia Place Shopping Center, 38987 Buckeye Trail. According to the Chase Bank website, services include a 24/7 ATM, debit and credit card services, online banking, loan help and access to financial advisers. 281-789-3224. https://locator.chase.com/tx/magnolia/38987-buckeye-trl
The Kiddie Academy, located at 11767 FM 1488, opened Dec. 1 in Magnolia. Owner Jody Garner said The Kiddie Academy provides the community with safe and educational child care for children 6 weeks old through elementary school. Garner asked the community to call for availability and fees. 936-286-3212. https://kiddieacademy.com/academies/magnolia/
TX Shooting Supply was launched in October by Magnolia resident Steve King. The e-commerce store sells firearms, ammunitions and optics. King said the website is also home to the largest supply of shooting accessories in Montgomery County and surrounding counties. Items ship from a warehouse in Magnolia. 936-548-8084. www.txshootingsupply.com
Trish My Esthetician, located at 17138 N. Eldridge Parkway, Ste. B, opened Nov. 1 in Tomball. Owner Trish Josephs said the salon offers transformative facials that target antiaging, rejuvenation, acne and skin laxity. In addition to anti-aging treatments, the shop also offers specialty facials for pregnant women, teens and males, as well as eyelash tints and lifts. 346-531-2404. www.trishmyaesthetician.com
Nails R Us, located at 13774 Jordan Lewis Way, Ste. 200, Magnolia, held a soft opening Jan. 5, according to owner Larry Pham. The salon’s services include manicures, pedicures, waxing, facials and eyebrow and lash services. 936-206-7371. https://nailsrustx.com