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Utopian Bean to open May 20th

May 11, 2011 projectgenesis

Utopian Bean was featured on the front page of the Monett Times in the May 11, 2011 edition.  The coffee shop will be open to the public on May 20 and will be serving coffee, sandwiches, salads, and more.  Read the full article here

New Coffee House Set to Open in Downtown Purdy

April 21, 2011 genesis

Utopian Bean was feautred in the April 20, 2011 edition of the Barry County Advertiser.  The article features the owners, Pam and Patrick Foland, and their journey on how Utopian Bean was created.  Utopian Bean opens up to the public on May 20th and will serve coffee, smoothies, sandwiches, salads, soups, and desserts. 

Purdy Veterans Memorial

April 12, 2011 genesis

The town of Purdy was featued in the April 8, 2011 article in the Monett Times.  Construction is underway to build a community park that includes a gazebo, waterfall and veterans memorial.  You can read the full article by clicking

Pixelscopic featured in Monett Times

August 19, 2010 genesis

Project Genesis participant, Pixelscopic LLC, was featured in the July 16, 2010 issue of the Monett Times. In the interview, Pixelscopic co-founder, Coby Utter, speaks about his decision to base his start-up in Purdy, Missouri. You can view the article here.

Project Genesis Featured on Springfield's KY3

August 12, 2010 genesis

Local news station, KY3, recently featured Project Genesis on the evening news. The interview, which aired on August 10, featured interviews with Coby Utter of Pixelscopic and Matt Brinkmann of 1-Look. Ed Mareth also spoke about the project's scope and purpose. You can view a transcript of the feature here.

Project Genesis Opens Office in Downtown Purdy

May 28, 2010 genesis

This month, Project Genesis officially opened their new office space in downtown Purdy, Missouri. The building, which was built in 1881, was originally a hardware store. Over the past century, it was home to a general store, a theater, and most recently a casket retailer. The office, which serves as headquarters to Project Genesis, is also home to participating companies, including Pixelscopic, LLC; AgriEconomics, LLC; and I-Look, LLC. Please visit the Social Projects page to learn more about Project Genesis.