Biznews for April 29, 2014


It’s time for the Produce Extravaganza Sale at Susanville Supermarket IGA. On May 2 and 3 you’ll find all your favorite seasonal produce at incredibly low prices. Spring is a great time to get healthy, and there’s no better way to do that than increasing your intake of fresh fruits and vegetables. Best of all, when you increase your amount of fresh produce you’ll start to feel better and have more energy to enjoy your favorite activities. Or you can simply enjoy a decadent indulgent like fresh berries and whipped cream. No matter how you serve them up, you’ll find farm-fresh produce makes any meal taste better.


Eighteen Susanville merchants will be participating in the annual Customer Appreciation Week promotion. In this week’s paper, you will find a special insert highlighting many of the great specials you will find throughout the community. On Friday, May 2, there will be complimentary appetizers while supplies last for you to enjoy while you shop. Plus you can enter to win your share of the $500 in shopping spree giveaways.

A few of the sponsors are having extra in-store drawings. At Billington Ace Hardware you can win a $100 store gift certificate and Sierra Jewelry is giving away a strand of pearls and a $250 store gift certificate — just to name a few of the prizes you could win.

Treats Natural Pet Marketplace will be having several in-store drawings on May 2 and a Zoo Med rep will be there on Friday to answer all your questions about its line of reptile pet supplies. You can even purchase a reptile in the store.

So whether you’re looking for something special for yourself or a loved one, be sure to get your friends and family out shopping local all week long! Just a friendly reminder, Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and you’ll find great gift ideas at unbeatable prices during Customer Appreciation Week!


May is National Barbeque Month and the folks at Idaho Grocery are serving up fresh ground beef and chuck so you can serve up the tastiest hamburgers in town, and there’s no pink slime added.

Feeling like a tasty steak, then pick their hand-cut, USDA choice meat. If you’re trying to keep the grocery budget in check, Idaho Grocery has several meat packs, they custom cut and package for you. Be sure to ask the butcher for the meat pack value flyer so you can eat like a king, for a little bit less.

While you’re there you can enter the customer appreciation drawings too.

Locally owned for more than 46 years, if you haven’t been in their corner grocery store lately, you will be pleasantly surprised at the hundreds of choices of gourmet dips, marinades, spices and Mexican specialty products, just in time for your Cinco de Mayo feasts.


Are you feeling out of shape and your clothes are a bit too tight? Well Bruce Ferrall, owner of the FFF Conditioning Club in Susanville, is holding outdoor fitness classes on from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, and Saturday mornings at various outdoor locations. You’ll learn a comprehensive exercise program that will have you feeling and looking good.

For more information, see his ad in this weeks paper.


Carol Ingram, owner of Joanie and Frankie’s Cupcakes, tells us with the warm weather coming she is going to be serving up new daily specialty sandwiches instead of soup starting in May. She’s even making some of her favorite crock-pot sandwiches including pulled pork, sloppy Joes, barbequed chicken and lots more!

Feeling like you need a little something sweet? Stop in and pick out one of the fresh-baked cupcakes and cookies and don’t forget, she has gluten-free items, too.


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