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Big Bratt Boutique opens in Spanish Fork

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
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Historic Spanish Fork Main Street is alive and well thanks to families like the Pratts of Benjamin who just two months ago opened their brick and mortar Big Bratt Boutique. The business offers young women’s and ladies’ nouveau Western wear and jewelry and is located at 325 N. Main (in the building just south of Rocky’s). Their ribbon cutting was held Wednesday, Oct. 14, and hosted by the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce.

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The Big Bratt Boutique is a family affair with mom Stacy keeping order and daughters and friends who are among the best in up-and-coming high school and college rodeo helping herd things along. This absolutely unique women’s clothier makes its home in an old garage bay that, when you open the door, transforms you into a world of shopping wonder and plunder, making women of all ages examine where the unique gifts might have come from. Specializing in nouveau Western and stylish clothing and accessories, this visit will make you wonder if Big Bratt read the manual on creating a new look for Spanish Fork’s Historic Main Street. 

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