Biznews for May 27, 2014


We are currently working on this year’s edition of School Days. This handy reference guide is a wonderful tool for parents and students alike. It has all the information for each school in Lassen County. It's a well-read publication by many. If your business or nonprofit organization would like to advertise in the book, contact our office to reserve your spot.

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Whether you walk or run be sure to get down to Anytime Fitness for their 48-hour sale, beginning at 10 a.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 27 and 28. Anytime Fitness offers state-of-the-art equipment, 24-hour access and much more! For more information, call 257-7770 or log on to anytimehealth.com.

Anytime Fitness is located at 2635 Main St., Susanville.


This Friday and Saturday, May 30 and 31, don’t miss out on one of the largest garage sales of the year. Skyline Self Storage is hosting their annual garage sale at both locations from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. There will be complimentary food and beverages available both days. For more information, call 257-3499 or visit their website at skyliness.com.


Chad Nethery, owner of Susanville Ford and Auto Center, tells us they will be holding their first ever new and pre-owned vehicle auto expo at the Lassen County Fairgrounds this Wednesday through Sunday.

“In the past we’ve always done off-site, pre-owned vehicle sales and we are very excited to be bringing our new vehicle fleet to the expo, too,” according to Nethery.

They’ve got more than 400 vehicles of all makes and models, in addition to 100 lenders available for on-the-spot financing approval. If you’ve been thinking of upgrading your vehicle, be sure to see their event ads in this week’s paper and head on over to the auto expo this week only.


Lassen Ale Works at the Pioneer Saloon in Uptown Susanville will be celebrating their second anniversary Saturday, May 31. They’ll be having food and drink specials all day. Plus you can dance to the classic rock of Reboot from 8 to 11 p.m. If you haven’t tried all the delicious dishes on their menu, this is a great time to take your friends out for good food, music and fun on the town.


Graduation is just around the corner and the Fuller’s up at Great Basin Antiques tell us they have lots of great gift ideas to say “Thank You” to your favorite teacher or coach all affordably priced to fit any budget. Looking to dress up your catering table for graduation parties, be sure to check out the glassware and table settings too. With summer gardening time just around the corner, you’ll find lots of great rustic garden treasures and home décor.

Remember to shop local at the many gift shops, florists and nursery for a unique selection of jewelry, handbags, candles, novelty items and more. Take the hassle out of your party planning by getting pre-made appetizers, desserts and deli items at the local grocers too! When you get out and shop local not only do you support the many businesses that support our children in the community, but you’ll be pleasantly surprised at all the great specials our local merchants have put together for you.


The Susanville Symphony will be performing their annual Pops concert Friday, June 13 and Sunday, June 15. It's one of their most popular concerts throughout the season. See their ad in this week's paper for more information. If you've never attended a Symphony performance, you won't want to miss the special they are offering to first-time attendees.


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