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Grand opening new boutique Bella L' Amore


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By Phil Fauver

The Emery County Business Chamber sponsored a ribbon cutting at Bella L Amore to welcome Shanna Magnuson to the business community of Emery County on Feb. 22. "Bella L Amore" is owned by Shanna Magnuson. Bella L Amore is a Spa and Boutique, located at 115 North Main Street in Huntington.

Magnuson said her diversified business will offer the following services: current styles of women's clothing, shoes, purses, jewelry and cosmetics for women of all ages. Magnuson will also be providing childrens photography and family photography, massage therapy, facials, permanent makeup, manicures and pedicures.

Jenene Hansen from the ECBC and Zions Bank presented Shanna Magnuson a plaque for the wall of her business.

Following the presentation of the plaque from the Emery County Business Chamber the Ribbon cutting was made by Shanna Magnuson to officially open her business. Shanna was surrounded by her friends and relatives for the open house and ribbon cutting. Also on hand for this event was Emery County Commissioner Ethan Migliori, Mike McCandless representing the Emery County Economic Development Council and Jenene Hansen of Zions Bank.

Magnuson is currently advertising on Face Book, and developing a Web Page for her business. Phone 801-318-7434. The Store hours are Monday through Friday and the times are from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Shanna Magnuson is the former Shanna Painter from Springville. She is married to Dallas Magnuson from Castle Dale.

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