Business is Booming! BusinessFeaturedNews March 7, 2021 Updated: March 15, 2021 By Guest Contributor Share FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestEmailPrintCopy URL Tire Busters Gabe Dunn the previous owner of Big O Tires is now the owner of Tire Buster’s located at the same address, 1146 West 800 South, Payson. He celebrated the change of franchisees with a ribbon cutting on Feb. 6. Henry’s Back Yard BBQ was there with lunch for everyone who came to celebrate with Gabe at the start of his new venture. Sport’s ClipsJodi Asay, owner of a few different Sport’s Clips establishments, brought a Sports Clips to Payson, 1146 West 800 South, during the summer of 2020. According to Jodi, this has been one of her favorite stores. They have been the recipient of four regional awards as well as the Business of the Month Award from the Payson Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce for the Month of February 2021. Jodi celebrated the opening of the Payson location on Feb. 10 with a ribbon cutting. HM Heidi Maloy, the owner and operator of HM, has been selling natural beauty products out of her home since 2014. In 2019 she opened a store front location on Downtown Main Street, 1146 West 800 South. Last year was a difficult time, but with sound business practices she was able to withstand the economic storm and decided to start 2021 off with a celebratory ribbon cutting on Feb. 12. It was a well-attended event with many coming in to enjoy the many products created by Heidi. Iceberg Drive InnFeb. 19 was a fun and momentous day for owners, Andrew Kafentzis and Aspen Hill, of Iceberg Drive Inn at 34 Highland Drive, Santaquin. Reed Reinhold, from the corporate office, arranged for a ribbon cutting to introduce Iceberg to the community after months of anticipation. There were many who attended the event, such as Santaquin’s Mayor, Kirk Hunsaker and City Council member, Ben Reeves. Chubby’s CaféAlan Moak, one of the owners of Chubby’s Café was thrilled to open Chubby’s in October in Payson, 855 Turf Farm Road, to add gourmet hamburger flavors to the current fair found in the city. Chubby’s was welcomed amongst the residents and on Feb. 22, the family of owners celebrated the opening with a Ribbon Cutting that was well attended. Among the attendees included Mayor Bill Wright and Representative Doug Welton. Tags:March 2021 – Issue 106 Guest ContributorArticles from community members to share their viewpoints, or letter to the editor. Share FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestEmailPrintCopy URL All ads_Page_04.jpgAll ads_Page_25.jpgAll ads_Page_16.jpgAll ads_Page_17.jpgAll ads_Page_06.jpgAll ads_Page_22.jpgAll ads_Page_23.jpgAll ads_Page_19.jpgAll ads_Page_10.jpgAll ads_Page_18.jpgAll ads_Page_10.jpgAll ads_Page_07.jpgAll ads_Page_14.jpgAll ads_Page_24.jpgAll ads_Page_20.jpgAll ads_Page_09.jpgAll ads_Page_08.jpgAll ads_Page_01.jpgAll ads_Page_02.jpgAll ads_Page_12.jpgAll ads_Page_11.jpgAll ads_Page_11.jpgAll ads_Page_15.jpgAll ads_Page_21.jpgAll ads_Page_13.jpgAll ads_Page_03.jpgAll ads_Page_05.jpgAll ads_Page_09.jpg CLICK AD TO ZOOM Get Our Newsletter! Submit News Visit our Forms to submit a recipe, obituary, contact us, or submit news. Related news E-Edition E-Edition: June 2022 – Issue 121 Chris Baird - June 12, 2022 Charitable Cause Diane Garcia is on a mission to save the fireflies who call her historic farm in Spanish Fork home James Davis - June 10, 2022 Local Schools Spanish Fork’s Drama Dons win state championship Lana Hiskey - June 8, 2022 Charitable Cause Nebo School District offers free summer meals for youth Lana Hiskey - June 8, 2022 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Comment: Please enter your comment! Name:* Please enter your name here Email:* You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.