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Rowley’s Red Barn is Payson Santaquin Chamber Business of the Month

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The Payson and Santaquin Chamber of Commerce is recognizing Rowley’s Red Barn as the business of the month for the month of September. They are receiving this award because of their outstanding customer service, great products and their contributions to the chamber and the community.

Rowley’s Red Barn has been a part of this community for nearly two decades. It is the retail outlet for fresh produce grown on local farms in the area and for many exciting products made in-house at the Red Barn. Some of the best-known products at the barn are the freshly squeezed apple juice and homemade ice cream. Rowley’s Red Barn is open all year, keeping their cooler full of apples and other produce through the winter and spring.

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Rowley’s has provided family farm entertainment for the last 23 years through their Fall Festival, which includes a pumpkin patch, wagon rides and a 10-acre corn maze. Every year they add a new activity to their “Back Forty” playground with this year’s new addition being a giant jumping pillow.

The Fall Festival starts on the 22nd of September and runs through the end of October. Bring your family to Rowley’s Red Barn for a ride to the Back Forty. Take advantage of all the family fun by checking out the new corn maze design while getting lost in the 10-foot tall corn, pick a pumpkin, shoot an apple out of the cannons and then come back to the barn for some hot apple cider, donuts and a cider slush ala mode.

There are always new and exciting things happening at Rowley’s Red Barn. Learn more about them, their fun activities and awesome products through their social media pages; facebook.com/theredbarn and instagram.com/rowleysredbarn.

 

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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