Small Business Expands into Evansville

A Newburgh-based company opened its second location in Evansville.

Posted: Feb 2, 2021 8:16 PM

Though many of the Tri-State's small businesses continue to struggle during the pandemic, it's not all doom and gloom for our local economy.

In update to a story we brought you just a few weeks ago, Sixth and Zero opened the doors today on their new Evansville store front.

This is a 2nd location for the eco-friendly shop based in Newburgh, selling handmade soaps, cleaning products, and sustainable goods.

The owner credits customer support throughout the pandemic with the opportunity to expand to Evansville's main street.

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Today's high of 93° not only marks our hottest recorded temperature of the year, but our highest since the afternoon of August 10th of 2020! Despite the oppressive heat, the day itself wasn't necessarily unpleasant; while peak temperatures climbed abnormally high for this time of the year, a weak cold front passing to our south ushered in a breezy northerly wind flow that helped take the edge off that summer-like heat across the Tri-State earlier this afternoon. The evening ahead will remain quite pleasant, albeit mild - expect the mercury to dip from 87° to 75° between dinnertime and 10PM. Between the northerly winds and clear conditions overnight, morning low temperatures will trend toward the upper 50s and low 60s early Tuesday; we'll fall to 60° even in Evansville.
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