The Richfield Mall is a web site, not an actual mall. The site can be viewed here: http://richfieldmall.com . It is a non-profit community information web site. Lately, they have been offering web design services at low cost to various local businesses - Ideal Dairy, Christensen's, 5 Star Rental, etc. You can follow links from their homepage to see their work , and go to the Mall Office (about us) page to learn more about their business, sponsorships on the mall site, etc. You might want to just go to their portfolio to see the kind of work they have done, mostly for local businesses: http://richfieldmall.com/portfolio.html . It appears they also do some print, business logos, or like t-shirt designs, etc. -- some of that is included on some of their websites. The sites are all unique, professional designs and I understand they don't charge very much. I hear some other designers charge like $50 per hour, but I heard they were like less than half. Which, looking at their work, is a really good deal.