BOUNTIFUL -- Davis County parents can now shop for new spring and summer clothes for their children without ever going to a store.
Big Enough has been showing clothing this way since 1988 and now there's a local representative, or consultant, available in the south county.
Kathy Lee Hansen of Centerville will be conducting one of the firm's trademark "Trunk Shows" in the area, showing off its latest lines for boys and girls up to 12 years of age.
Brightly colored clothing for every day, as well as play wear for fun in the sun is being featured with all of the latest styles represented.
To schedule personal shopping with Big Enough Clothes or to view the Spring/Summer Trunk Show contact Hansen, 298-2699 or email@example.com.
Beware of bulk meat sales
BOUNTIFUL -- Due to the recent rise in the price of meat, many Davis County shoppers are keeping their eyes open for the best deal.
But Utah Department of Agriculture and Food meat safety investigators are cautioning consumers to think twice about buying bulk meats when the deal seems "too good to be true."
With the summer barbecue season moving into full swing this Memorial Day, investigators caution the public to be wary of some door-to-door meat sales or "bait-and-switch" offers from other retailers.
"This is the time of year that we see illegal and deceptive offers of meat sales in our state," said Doug Pearson, Regulatory Services compliance investigator. "It is illegal to sell meat by the package instead of by the pound."
Pearson also says it is common to see advertisements for ultra-low meat deals that are intended to lure consumers in, only to see them pressured into buying much higher priced meat.
Pearson advises consumers to make sure they know the per- pound cost of the meat they're buying. Ask the salesperson for a written invoice itemizing the USDA grade of the product and the cost per pound. Also make sure the product is frozen solid if planned for extended storage and check grade, cut and the net weight of the product.
Consumers who have questions about meat sales are encouraged to contact Doug Pearson at (801) 538-7144.
NAI swings real estate deals
BOUNTIFUL -- NAI Utah Commercial Real Estate agents Bill Nicoloff and Brandon Wood negotiated the Kier management Office Warehouse, located at 2864 Fairfield Road #130-140, Layton, Utah, 84041.
Apria Health Care leased the 2,480-square-foot space from Kier Management Corporation. Kier Management was represented by Michelle Amon with Mohr Partners.
Brandon Wood and Bill Nicoloff with NAI Utah Commercial Real Estate, also successfully negotiated the lease of the Crossroads Building located at 1464 East Ridgeline Road, South Ogden, Utah 84405.
Aflac, Dan & Heather Christensen, will lease the 2,038-square- foot office space from Crossroads, LLC.