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Business spotlight: McCall's Bling Thingz

The Emery County Business Chamber presents McCall Fuller and Kisty Shay with a welcome plaque.
Emery County Business Chamber members, Ferron Mayor and family and friends of McCall Fuller and Kisty Shay gather for the ribbon cutting ceremony to open the new business McCall's Bling Thingz in Ferron.

McCall's Bling Thingz had its official grand opening on Aug. 13. The store is located at 30 East Main in Ferron. It's within the Dugmore Appliance building.

McCall Fuller said, "We carry jewelry, clothes, purses, hand bags, little girl dress-up items and hair accessories. There are bloomers for little girls. I also do nails and shellac nail polish which is a gel based polish that stays on for at least two weeks.

"Another aspect of our business is the hair salon. Kisty Shay is the hair technician.

"Our hours are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from noon-five. After school starts I will open at 10 a.m. We are closed Wednesdays. The salon is by appointment. Kisty also works in Salt Lake and she will be here every other week on Monday and Tuesdays. She will be here on Aug. 20 for the back to school hair cuts. She will be here on Aug. 27-28 and then after that every other week.

"I have operated my business from out of my home, but when this space became available we took it.

"All of our products are affordable. We have jewelry for $3 and two for $5. For our grand opening special we had jewelry for $2. We have some necklaces for $13 and earrings for $5 and rings for $7," said Fuller.

Shay can be reached at 801-608-4591.

The boutique also offers tanning. Fuller said if she isn't open and you need something, just give her a call. Her number is 435-820-0861.

The boutique also has belts, watches and watch bands and aprons and a lot of other fun items. McCall encourages everyone to come and have a look. The store offered prize drawings for their open house celebration.

The Emery County Business Chamber did a ribbon cutting for McCall's Bling Thingz during their grand opening celebration. Chamber president Tyler Jeffs presented Fuller with a plaque and welcomed her to the Emery County Business community. "We would like to wish you good luck with your business and let us know if there's anything we can do to help," said Jeffs.

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