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New business!

Friday, April 4, 2008

Community members celebrated the official opening of North National Creams and Things in the Primerica Building in Brazil. Pictured are, from left, Ted Paris, Clay County Chamber of Commerce, Duane Butt, Primerica Financial Services, Kathy Butt, owner of North National Creams and Things, Richard Culler, Betty Culler, product development for North National Creams and Things, Mike Peterson, Clay County Chamber of Commerce, Pat Heffner, Brazil City Council, Brazil Mayor Ann Bradshaw and Brad Deal, Brazil City Council. Melinda Quasius Photo.

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way to go betty

-- Posted by chrystll on Sun, Apr 6, 2008, at 10:06 AM

I have no idea what this business is, or, where it is located. I can't do business there if I don't have this information. Sorry.

-- Posted by Conservative Dad on Mon, Apr 7, 2008, at 5:34 AM

The business is located in the OLD Riddell Bank building across from the current Riddell Bank. The shop sells products made out of soybean materials; creams, soaps, lotions, and even socks, along with other gift items. Stop in and check it out!

-- Posted by teacherswife on Mon, Apr 7, 2008, at 5:51 AM

Thanks for the info teacherswife!!

We live out-of-town...does anyone know the days and hours they are open???

-- Posted by GirlHouse on Mon, Apr 7, 2008, at 8:00 PM

The owner is a school teacher herself. So the hours are after school, around 4 to probably 7ish. And, I'm guessing she's open most days of the week. Hope this helps!

-- Posted by teacherswife on Tue, Apr 8, 2008, at 5:44 AM

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