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Business flourishing thanks to bluebonnets


Ennis Daily News photo by Phil Banker / Joyce Wilder, the self-styled “kolache queen,” prepares more of the treats for sale Wednesday at the Kolache Depot Bakery inside Doc's Beverage. Imran Meer, owner of Doc's Beverage, said he's had to hire more help after a recent uptick in business from bluebonnet watchers.

Ennis Daily News photo by Phil Banker / Joyce Wilder, the self-styled “kolache queen,” prepares more of the treats for sale Wednesday at the Kolache Depot Bakery inside Doc’s Beverage. Imran Meer, owner of Doc’s Beverage, said he’s had to hire more help after a recent uptick in business from bluebonnet watchers.

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Roughly 11 months ago, Imran Meer was busy rebuilding his business in the wake of the May 16 tornado that raked down Ennis Avenue.

Now, with the Ennis Bluebonnet Trails in full swing, Doc’s Beverage is back and doing better business than ever.

Meer said business at his store is doing great business as visitors to the trails come by for maps, refreshments and — most of all — kolaches.

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