By CAROL A. CLARK
Los Alamos Daily Post
Keith and Barbara Lindsay opened Nu2U May 1, 2014 at 1460 Trinity Dr., Suite 1 in Los Alamos.
Nu2U is a gift and consignment shop with a vendor team of local entrepreneurs who strive to provide customers with opportunities to purchase quality items at reasonable prices.
Barbara first came to Los Alamos in 1972 and Keith in 1989. She came with her family after her father, Jim McInroy, accepted a job at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Keith first came to Los Alamos as a U.S. Air Force Military Research Associate and later returned to Los Alamos following his USAF retirement. The couple met in 2009 and married in June 2010.
“The greatest thing about our business is the opportunity to serve the community of Los Alamos and the communities of Northern New Mexico that we love,” Keith said. “Our business offers customers wonderful things at very affordable prices as well as our vendors the opportunity to explore being entrepreneurs. We are strong advocates for positive and encouraging family values.”
The shop carries a variety of products for men, women and younger folks, as well as great items for the home. One of the areas in the store is a Man-Cave, with a great selection of items for the man of the house. And they have a dedicated Christian section with T-shirts, plaques, and a variety of ways to declare one’s faith.
“We’d like every resident of Los Alamos to know how fortunate we are to live in such a great place, with great folks, and great businesses like Nu2U, where you are always welcome, and where the cookies, donuts, and Bibles are always free,” Keith said.
“No one can leave Nu2U empty-handed unless they choose to! And Barbara and I wish to say THANK YOU!”
Nu2U employs three part time employees and is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.
For more information, visit http://nu2u-losalamos.com/ or call 505.662.0064.