Longtime Salt Lake business Reuel’s Art & Frame liquidating

November 28, 2014 - photo frame

The family has hired Gil Miller of Rocky Mountain Advisory to repay a store’s inventory.

Beginning Monday, a stores will offer a 30 percent discount, Miller said.

“It will be sole over a march of Dec and a stores will tighten on Dec. 24,” Miller said, yet a company’s indiscriminate operation might sojourn open for another month.

In 1961, Charles and Dorothy Ware bought Photo Blue Co., a plans emporium during 102 E. 200 South that had been started by Ware’s father.

They after purchased a Lewis Stages train garage during 370 S. West Temple, remodeled and staid in for 35 years offered art, design and engineering supplies, as good as design framing.

Two years ago, they sole a skill and changed a store to 242 E. 300 South. They also have a store in Holladay and a room from that they boat products around a western U.S., as good as a website from that they sell supplies.

“Reuel desired a business, a constant employees and customers,” Dorothy Ware said. “Hoping he could repair it, he died with a damaged heart meaningful what might have to be.”

Ware pronounced shutting a business was formidable but, “My family is prepared to pierce on.”



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