Biz News for Feb. 28, 2012
Sam Glass is your new Independent Farmers Insurance Agent in Susanville. Sam and his wife, Patti, have owned and operated Milwood Florist in Susanville and Lake Almanor since moving to the area in 1985.
Sam has a bachelor’s degree in business management from the University of Montana and has recently completed extensive training through the University of Farmers Training Program.
His motto is, “Government doesn’t make you buy flowers, but they do make you buy insurance, so if you can’t beat them, join them!”
Sam’s office is located inside of Milwood Florist, 2020 Main St., Susanville, or call 251-7201. See his ad in this week’s paper.WHITE ELEPHANT SALE SATURDAY
From 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 3, at Susanville United Methodist Church is having a White Elephant Sale. There will be fabulous, like-new and collectible items. Stop by their Lassen and Cottage streets location in Uptown Susanville.
NOW MOBILE, NEW INVENTORY
Noah and Henri Miller, owners of Honey Lake Valley Headstones, now offer mobile service. They will come to your home or business; they are available seven days a week as well. Henri said they have a variety of new inventory. See their ad weekly on the page of obituaries. You can reach them at 257-7523.
OPEN HOUSE MEET AND GREET
The Committee to Elect Jon Nakanishi for Superior Court Judge invites everyone to an open house at the Monticola Club in Susanville from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, March 1. Come meet your candidate and enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres and refreshments at 140 South Lassen St.
NEW SCENTSY REPRESENTATIVE IN SUSANVILLE
Amanda Oogjen-Cooley is now available to help you find just the right Scentsy product you are looking for! A new catalogue introducing Scentsy layers will be available March 1. For more information or to host a party, you can contact Amanda at 250-5914 or reach her by email at anwcooley.scentsy.us
IT’S A PARTY ON MAIN
Denise Ramsey, owner of Party & Main on Main Street in Susanville, is really excited to announce she has over thirty local small business vendors with retail space at her store.
“Whether you’re looking for a new fashion, accessories, therapeutic grade essential oils, healthy baked treats or even an herbal body wrap, our local in home business ladies have come together to give you one stop shopping for many great finds.”
Ramsey tells us they have new items arriving weekly, and in addition to the convenient retail location, you can also arrange to host a shopping party with your friends, too. Be sure to see their ad in this week’s paper for additional information.
NEW VERIZON LOCATION
Sherry Chappuis, Store Manager of Verizon, is pleased to tell us the long anticipated relocation next to the DMV and soon to be opened Ross store is complete.
“Our clients now have plenty of parking and a fresh, clean new location,” said Chappuis.
If you’ve been considering an upgrade to a smart phone, but the technology seems a bit challenging, don’t worry, they offer personal on-site training, free of charge, to their customers.So stop on by the Verizon 4G Wireless store in Susanville today and let their highly trained customer service specialists answer all your questions about their products and services.