Inspired to help car owners save money in the wake of an economic downturn, The Wrench-it Center's founder, Zachary Anderegg, opened the heated bays of a full-service, do-it-yourself garage lauded by the Deseret News as "Salt Lake Valley's most innovative—and hands-on—automotive repair business." Amateur mechanics can access both high-rise and low-rise lifts as well as a 200-piece toolbox, and they can also plug into the garage's Alldata automotive repair database so they don't have to ask their car to honk three times when it stops hurting. According to the Salt Lake Tribune, when visitors hit a snag, this computer system "shows drawings of just about every part and how they fit together for all makes and models." When the garage doesn't have the part for a required repair, free parts delivery can summon rare factory components and more aerodynamic bumper stickers. Owners can enlist the shop's mechanics to coach them through the repair process, and at any point they can hand the job off and enjoy the full-service treatment.
Trifecta Design's florists construct elaborate arrangements with blossoms sourced from around the world, earning Best Flower Shop accolades from City Weekly in 2010. Owners Pamela Ostermiller and Lindsay Vieta-Vest draw on their love of fashion, architecture, music, and visual art to stylishly arrange colorful seasonal blooms such as orchids, lemongrass, kiwi, and roses. Finished bouquets reside inside tinted glass cubes and handcrafted wooden boxes chosen to highlight their inventive compositions. The creative establishment also compiles edible gift boxes, which entice gourmands with artisanal breads and cheeses, smoked meats, and local chocolates nestled amid textured wrappings.
Civilizzation's passion for designing and providing high-end furniture at low prices has continued since our opening in 1902. We are the best in the business when it comes to finding furniture that will last and provide the most comfort. Our customer
It all started with a happy cow. In 1972, Phil Augason devised a whey-based alternative to powdered milk, and called it Morning Moo's, complete with mascot of a cow licking its lips, or whatever cow-mouths have there. With its impressive resemblance to fresh 2% milk, it became popular with campers, the emergency-preparedness community and everyday families alike. In the years since then, the family company has continued to develop ultra-long-lasting meals and mixes by starting with fresh ingredients and blending them to create foods that will still taste good 15 or 30 years from now. Their current inventory includes freeze-dried fruits and vegetables, canned meals, and soup mixes, along with a line of gluten-free baking mixes.
Candle Warmers, Etc., imbues homes with sweet-smelling fragrance without the risk of fire or smoke damage by employing a patented line of candle-warming appliances and a spread of Jamie Clair wickless, hand-poured, scented candles. The electronic warming lantern employs a specially designed halogen bulb to melt candles evenly from the top down, unlike ordinary candle warmers, which melt candles into wax figures of flashlights. The resulting glow mimics the softly flickering light of a wicked candle and releases the candle's fragrance within minutes. Each 16-ounce hot-apple-pie candle infuses rooms with a bakery fresh scent that will remind customers of the wonderful days they spent living in an apple pie.