Fun­fin­ity named cham­ber’s Busi­ness of the Month


The Springville-Maple­ton Cham­ber shelves and some­times mak­ing book rec­om­men­da­tions of Com­merce has named Fun­fin­ity as its along­side their par­ents. Busi­ness of the Month. The in­clu­sion of books added a new di­men­sion

Fun­fin­ity of­fers thou­sands of unique to the store, en­hanc­ing what was and qual­ity prod­ucts that are sure to please al­ready a great va­ri­ety of fun. But Fun­fin­ity kids and par­ents alike. It is a sin­gu­lar wasn’t done evolv­ing yet. store that is unique in its se­lec­tion of toys, In 2008, Orem busi­ness Shepherd’s games, books, spe­cialty items that en­ter­tain Cake and Candy was clos­ing its doors. and ed­u­cate. It also of­fers candy and Jimmy and Ruth started a sec­ond lo­ca­tion choco­late sup­plies. The store is lo­cated at for Fun­fin­ity but de­cided to con­tinue the 164 S. Main in Springville, and it en­hances legacy of Shepherd’s Cake and Candy. down­town Springville, im­prov­ing the Cus­tomers con­tin­ued to pur­chase choco­late lives of em­ploy­ees and cus­tomers alike. and dec­o­rat­ing sup­plies from Orem

Mov­ing from New York to Springville and Springville pa­trons were now able to must have been a big change for Jimmy find melt­ing choco­late, fon­dant and cake and Ruth Mor­ri­son, but the res­i­dents of mak­ing ma­te­ri­als as well. Utah County have gained from the toy Beware: while vis­it­ing Fun­fin­ity, you store they started in 2004. may have fly­ing mon­keys shot over your

When they started Fun­fin­ity, it car­ried head or be chal­lenged to a quick game, but toys and games. The store grew as they you’re sure to have a good time. The store in­ter­acted with cus­tomers, tak­ing sug­ges­tions is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon­day and ex­pand­ing their in­ven­tory. It through Satur­day. didn’t take long un­til Fun­fin­ity had out­grown its orig­i­nal premises.

Mov­ing across the street, they added books to sell in ad­di­tion to their toys and games. The Mor­risons’ chil­dren were avid read­ers, adding their fa­vorites to the

*** The lib­er­ties of our coun­try, the free­dom of our civil con­sti­tu­tion, are worth de­fend­ing against all haz­ards: And it is our duty to de­fend them against all at­tacks. - Samuel Adams

Fun­fin­ity in Springville has been named Busi­ness of the Month by the Springville-Maple­ton Cham­ber of Com­merce.

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