Buy Low Markets is on the move. After opening three stores spread across Southern California — in El Monte, Inglewood and Long Beach — over the last five years, the company opened its fourth location, in Las Vegas, last summer and held the grand opening of its fifth and largest store in Provo, Utah, last week. “We look for good places to operate,” Moe Vazin, co-owner, told SN. “My brother liked Las Vegas, and I liked the Salt Lake City area.” His brother, Paul Vazin, is his partner at ...

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