Rosewood Brings Retro Style to Hearses

Rosewood Brings Retro Style to Hearses

Along with running Morrilton Funeral Service and Rosewood Cremation, Richard Neal also owns and operates Rosewood Classic Coach, one of the few places in the United States where retro-style funeral coaches, more commonly known as hearses, are built from the chassis up and sold to funeral homes that want to offer their clients the opportunity to go out in style.
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Gates Belting Out Success in Siloam Springs

Even a successful 104-year-old global corporation can hit a speed bump or two moving from the East Coast to Arkansas. Gates Corp., a producer of power transmission belts for the automotive and industrial sectors, didn't move its entire operations to Siloam Springs two years ago.
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Cooper Tire Thrives in Texarkana

Cooper Tire employs nearly 2,000 workers, most of whom are members of the United Steelworkers Local 752L, making Cooper Tire one of Arkansas' largest employers.
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