While I would not say we were poor, like most families, my parents saved and scrimped pennies out of necessity. Cheap was good, free was better and expensive was out of the question. Coupons did not have bar codes, and you could save up milk bottle caps for the entire year and use them to ride the rides at Lagoon for free.
Dan and his wife, Angie, moved to Draper in 1999 to raise their family. When the opportunity to open a business came, they naturally chose close to home. In 2003, with Scott Parker they opened Fairway Auto Sales, and it has become Draper’s longest-running car dealership.
Draper Area Chamber of Commerce
Finding a great bargain or saving a dollar has always been an automatic pleasure for yours truly. I suppose this is rooted from childhood, where I learned early on that having money meant saving money and that can require some creativity.
Scrumptious. Luscious. Decadent. Be prepared for the delicious aromas of fresh baked pastries and breads to tickle your senses as soon as you walk in the door of BAKE 360 in Draper.
Holiday traditions invoke wonderful and playful memories of childhood and help bond us to those we love.
As we begin to turn off the grill outside and tuck ourselves in for the winter, I look forward to hunkering in with my favorite comfort foods. Have you broken out the slow-cooker yet?
It might surprise you to know that many stores and online retailers actually have their rock bottom prices well before Black Friday; in fact they are going right now.