The next time you go shopping for a big ticket item you might want put on your best pair of four inch heels. At least that's what BYU professors Jeffrey Larson and Darron Billeter recommend in their newly released study.
Larson and Billeter find that when a shopper, whether online or in person, has to think about balance they are more likely to weigh their options and go with a product in the middle of the price range.
The West Valley City mayoral race heats up, Utah’s business mergers and acquisitions reach an all time high, and the Utah House considers its options on how to deal with the allegations surrounding the Attorney General.
A market for locally made arts and hand-made goods opened Friday at Gallivan Center in Salt Lake City. The Downtown Holiday Market consists of about a dozen festive red huts decorated with lights, and a large tent which houses numerous artists and crafts people. Emily Cooper is a vendor selling framed drawings of owls. Cooper told KUER that at the Market, it’s not Black Friday, it’s Plaid Friday.
City Creek Center is hosting its first ever Black Friday. No one is quite sure how much money the Salt Lake City shopping center will bring in this holiday, but expectations are high.
Linda Wardell is General Manager of City Creek Center. When asked about expectations for the holidays, she laughed.
“It’s a great question,” said Wardell, “We still have a lot of first-time visitors to City Creek Center. That does make it unique for us, and a bit daunting for us when we start thinking about our first time holiday season.”