Biz news for Aug. 30, 2011
Susanville Ford and Auto Center said they are pleased to welcome back salesman Kelly Quinn. Quinn has more than 10 years in the automotive sales industry and tells us his passion is helping clients find the right car at the right price. If you would like to schedule a personal appointment you can call him directly at 394-0086 or contact him at the lot. “I really enjoyed working for Susanville Ford previously and am glad to be back and relocating to the area,” he added “I’m looking forward to helping my old and new clients buy a quality, new or pre-owned vehicle.”
FINANCIAL RECOVERY SEMINAR
Golden One Credit Union is hosting a Financial Recovery Seminar, "You Can Repair Your Credit," at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 31. The seminar will be at Pizza Factory in Susanville. It is open to the public. To reserve your space, although it's not necessary, call 877-465-3361.
FALL MAY BE IN THE AIR
With fall just around the corner (not too soon we hope), Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin' Thing informs us she now has mums, kale and asters in. Soon the fall bulbs will be arriving. You can stop by her store on Highway 395 in Johnstonville.
Longtime local Susanville resident, Stacey Barnetche, is now a consultant for My Initials, Inc. This is a home party based company offering many different items with your name or initials on them. You will find, purses, luggage, tote bags, coolers, throws and much, much more. You can check out her website myinitials-inc.com/StaceyB/ or give her a call at 260-0516.
NEW SUNGLASSES AND HANDBAGS ARE IN!
Becky Jones, at Country Sunshine Tanning Salon, would like everyone to know she has a new selection of DG sunglasses, along with various styles of new fun handbags. Summer is still here, so stop in at 120 S. Gay St. and see what you can find to accent your summer wardrobe!
SO MUCH NEW STUFF...
Kelly Smith, owner of Hodge Podge Lodge, just returned from the Seattle Gift Show where she had lots of fun selecting new items for her Susanville store. She tells us new items are arriving daily. Speaking of new items, she is also now carrying Popcornopolis in her store. If you have yet to try it, you must stop in for Tiger Popcorn, Cinnamon Toast, Cheddar Cheese or Carmel Corn. They are delicious.
Giggling Grace is also now open inside Hodge Podge Lodge. Giggling Grace is an educational line of toys. Kelly said Giggling Grace is also giggling on amazon.com.
HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH SPECIALS
Now that school is back in session, Kimberly Guimond, of Kimberly’s Kitchen, is offering five different meal deals for Lassen High students with their I.D. cards. She is also offering a pre-paid punch lunch card for the convenience of parents.
She has added new items to her already large menu selection including a pulled pork sandwich, Boca vegan burger and sweet potato fries! Come check out the new fare from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., seven days a week at 950 Main St., just up from the high school.
FRESH LOCAL PRODUCE
For those of you who haven’t visited Martin’s Produce Stand, you don’t know what you’ve been missing! The Martin family is providing Standish- grown vegetables and melons to their customers here in Lassen County with amazing quality and value.
Stop by and check out the selection of fresh produce from 9:30 a.m. through 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at the corner of San Francisco Street and Johnstonville Road in Susanville.
CUSTOMER APPRECIATION CELEBRATION
Theresa Phillips of Lassen Municipal Utility District would like everyone to mark their calendars for the fourth annual Customer Appreciation Celebration.
Mix and mingle with LMUD board members, management and staff while you enjoy the complimentary barbecue hot dog lunch with all the trimmings. Highlights of the event include free gifts and a drawing to win a free LCD TV. The celebration to be held from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9 at 65 S. Roop St. See their ad in this week’s paper.