Ribbon Cuttings: The Mizzou Store and Westview Assisted Living
Check out some of newest businesses in Chesterfield and nearby communities.
The following information was supplied by the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce:
About the Mizzou Store:
The Mizzou Store offers officially licensed Mizzou clothing, gifts and tailgate essentials. Whether it’s a tiger-themed newborn outfit, a spirited tailgate flag, an official SEC polo or a set of Mizzou glassware, the Mizzou Store promises a variety of merchandise to appeal to Mizzou fans and alumni of all ages.
Step inside the Mizzou Store and reconnect with your favorite campus memories: Faurot Field, Truman the Tiger, the Columns, and an actual school bus painted in Tiger stripes! The Mizzou Store is the official store of the University of Missouri, where purchases directly support student programs, facilities and scholarships.
Mizzou Alumni Association members receive a 10% daily discount on regularly priced Mizzou clothing and gifts items. The Mizzou Store—Official Tiger Outfitters since 1899.
About Westview Assisted Living:
Located at 27 Reinke Road in Ellisville, the 80-unit community offers assisted living and dementia/memory care to seniors in spacious, comfortable apartments with all the amenities and services of a fine hotel. The community will welcome its first residents on July 14 and anticipates reaching its full capacity in the upcoming months.
“We have been working with hundreds of families interested in learning more about our healthy, vibrant community,” said Westview Executive Director Doris Cook. “We have met so many wonderful families and look forward to giving Ellisville-area seniors a new place to call home.”
Residences, which range from studio-sized suites to two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,000-square-foot duplex units, are designed to maximize independence, health, security and peace of mind, while also supporting seniors who need more assistance. The Westview community features on-site personal care services and licensed providers who offer physical rehabilitation, speech and occupational therapies, and monthly health screenings.
“We design our communities so that our residents can live as independently as possible and stay close to their family and friends,” said Cook.
Lifestyle amenities include outdoor gardening areas, a resource library with computer area, a full-service salon and day spa, a theater, a gourmet kitchen for resident use, a wellness center with TechnoGym exercise equipment, and Spectrum’s signature “At Your Service” hospitality delivered by an energetic and caring staff.