Biz news for April 27, 2010
LET'S HAVE A LITTLE FUN!
So, you may notice my picture looks a little different, I just spent a few days at a spa! No, really it's part of our Match the Morph promotion this week for Customer Appreciation Days. If you think my picture is funny, see the special insert in today's paper for morphed photos of local merchants. To be eligible to win your share of a $500 shopping spree, visit the participating merchants to find out who is who. Page 9 in the special insert has all of the morphed photos, and inside all the stores is the real picture of the person we morphed. Have some fun while you shop this week, and a good laugh on all of us who got "morphed".WALKING FOR A CURE
Angie Pierce, owner of The Look Salon in Susanville (and her team, made up of her mom, sisters and friends) is walking for the sixth year in a row for the Susan G. Komen foundation. The walk draw hundreds of thousands of people (more than 200,000) every year in an effort to raise funds and awareness to breast cancer. Next week you can "Make an Impact" (this year’s theme) by visiting The Look Salon to get some pink bling (for your hair) or buy some raffle tickets for the awesome things Angie will be raffling off. There are all kinds of "pink things" to be had.
CCW CLASSES FOR SPOUSES
"Thank your better half" is a special CCW (carrying a concealed weapon) class for law enforcement officer spouses. Ti Neff, owner/operator of Auslander Tactical is offering this class at an incredible discount to the spouses. The class is this weekend, May 1 and 2. Space is limited to be sure and sign up as soon as possible. You can reach Ti at 249-2612.
25TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
The staff at the Lassen County Office of Education tells us this year they will be celebrating the 25 anniversary of the Lassen County Children’s Fair. The event will take place this Saturday at the Lassen County Fair grounds. So, call up the grandkids, invite your children and their friends, and celebrate a fun filled day intended to put lots of smiles on your little ones’ faces. See their ad in this week’s paper for more event details.