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Sign posted at midtown construction site to help out neighboring business

Source: Bop's Frozen Custard Facebook page Source: Bop's Frozen Custard Facebook page
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

As Midtown development in Hattiesburg is well underway, revenue has been down for a neighboring business due to the construction. 

Bop's Frozen Custard has experienced a loss in revenue since construction for The District at Midtown began outside their front door, but on Friday a surprise sign was posted to help out the business.

"Eat at Bop's Frozen Custard" reads the sign posted high on a structure at the construction site for all to see. 

"What a nice surprise from our neighbors-to-be in midtown! We sincerely appreciate it, and strongly advise that everyone take their advice," Bop's wrote on its official Facebook page. 

 The District at Midtown will include restaurants, retail shops, a five-story hotel and an apartment component.  

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