Business Briefs: Hello-Lucky to close this month

Hello-Lucky is closing after 13 years in business. 

Hello-Lucky owner Teresa O’Connor, who has been in business at 1025 Studewood St. for the past 13 years, announced the store is closing.

“We have absolutely loved being your go-to little brick and mortar for thoughtfully curated authentic finds and gifts and we would like you to celebrate our 13 years together in joy as we announce we are closing our brick and mortar and possibly our website, too,” read a statement on the site.

The closing date is April 11. Items in the store and online are 50 percent off. The brick-and-mortar store is open from 1-5 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 1-4 p.m. Sunday.

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Mattress for Less closing

A huge going-out-of-business notice on the signage in front of 1400 block of 11th Street has had some people thinking that Ross would close March 31. But it is Mattress for Less next door that confirmed it was closing. A representative at Ross said there has been some confusion this week but confirmed the store is staying open.

Member promotion at Tanoholics Anonymous

Jenni Ferrell, who owns Tanoholics Anonymous at 2107 W. 43rd St., has announced memberships with unlimited services for $95 a month for the next six months. The store is also offering $50 Visa gift cards to anyone who refers a new member.

Tanoholics Anonymous is a sunless airbrushing service located inside a retail shop, offering a variety of complimentary wine, soda and water. The shop is also offering 10 percent off all retail items, including custom jewelry created by Ferrell.

Tecama Architects buys firm headquarters in Heights

The architecture firm Tecama Architects has purchased a building at 447 Heights Blvd. to serve as its headquarters, according to the Houston Chronicle. The address was previously the headquarters of Houstonia Magazine. A Houstonia representative confirmed it sold the property and moved to 7026 Old Katy Rd.

CVS launches mental health counseling

To help with Houstonians struggling with the many effects of COVID-19, CVS Health is launching mental health counseling and care services at five Houston-area MinuteClinics inside CVS HealthHUB store locations.

Through these expanded MinuteClinic services, individuals can receive mental health assessments, referrals, counseling and personalized care plans in-person or via telehealth, with appointments available days, evenings and weekends.

Ongoing counseling sessions with a licensed clinical social worker are available to help address each individual’s areas of concern, including stress, anxiety and depression.

Currently, the nearest physical locations for this service are at 3850 FM 2920 and 24802 Aldine Westfield Rd. in Spring.

To learn more and schedule an in-store or telehealth appointment, call 1-855-417-2486 or visit

The company plans to expand the new mental health counseling services to additional markets this year.

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