New Price Cutter gets Wildcat mural inside store

Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Along with a name change, remodel and redesign of products and services at Price Cutter in Cassville, formerly named Ramey, Cassville Primary School Art Teacher Charla Curry and long-time Price Cutter employee Mary Lyall added some new scenery to the store, in the form of a unique Wildcat mural inside the entrance. Upon walking into the store, where the shopping carts sit, customers will now see a Wildcat, Cassville school's mascot, to greet them instead when they collect their carts. After Larry Hayward, executive vice president for Price Cutter, came up with the idea then enlisted the help of Curry and Lyall, the two, who've been friends since high school, combined talents to complement the remodel work at the store. The mural, which was completed with airbrushed paint, took eight hours on a Saturday to complete, but also involved prep work at home, Curry said, and took a lot of trial and error to resize the logo to make it appear balanced and centered on the 13-foot wall. The Price Cutter logo painted above the Wildcat is 9 feet long. Hayward said he wanted to involve members of the community to complete the project, such as Curry, a local art teacher, versus hiring an outside source. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Along with a name change, remodel and redesign of products and services at Price Cutter in Cassville, formerly named Ramey, Cassville Primary School Art Teacher Charla Curry and long-time Price Cutter employee Mary Lyall added some new scenery to the store, in the form of a unique Wildcat mural inside the entrance.

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