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Business Scene for the week of 7/4/2013

cast-a-weigh relocates

Zoe Wolf is moving her business, Cast-a-Weigh Cruise Agency, from its downtown Graeagle location to the Blairsden Junction at the intersection of highways 89 and 70. She’ll be operating out of her new location Monday, July 15. Give her a call or stop by for information on thebest deals for a summer or fall cruise!

golf demo day at bailey creek

Factory reps from TaylorMade, Nike and Ping will be at the Bailey Creek Golf Course at Lake Almanor on Saturday, July 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Come by and try out the latest in golf technology from the top vendors. With the lowest prices of the year on clubs offered, free custom fittings will be available.

two join Lake almanor brokers

Billy Taylor and Jay Sabelman welcome John and Pauline DeJong to their sales team at Lake Almanor Brokers. The two have been Realtors in the Lake Almanor basin for years, adding to the professionalism and experience that LABoffers their clients. They will split their time between the lake office on Peninsula Drive and the Chester office on Main Street.

new website launched

White Cap Ready-Mix Inc. has launched a new website: whitecapreadymix.com. The new website, designed by Michael Clawson of Big Fish Creations, is designed with straightforward navigation to allow for easy-to-use functionality, allowing users to quickly reference desired information. “The objective of the site design was to thoroughly communicate our story with both high-impact images and descriptive text,” said the firm’s owner, Dixie Higgins. With plants in Portola and Chester, White Cap manufactures and delivers quality-controlled concrete throughout the Sierra and Nevada.

summer giveaways

This month Mike and Cathy Simmons begin their 14th year of business with Morning Star Log Products, located a few miles west of Chester near the junction of highways 89 and 36. Three years ago they expanded their showroom to include an art and gift gallery. Stop by and check out their new line of Amish furniture and while you are there be sure to register to win one of three terrific prizes — dinners at Drakesbad and the Red Onion and a picture frame made from a log — that will be awarded Labor Day weekend.

 

more anniversary kudos…

Not too many businesses can make these claims:

For 37 years DMF Boarding Kennels owners Bob and Dorothy Farnworth have been boarding and caring for pets for Quincy area families. Their facility is on Highway 70 just east of town across from the Chandler Road turnoff.

Peter and Totsy Beck are now enjoying their 35th year as proprietors of the Little People Toy Store in Quincy. In addition to running a very successful business, both are very active members of the community.

July marks the 31st year in business for Gary and Mary Vogt at American Valley Hardware in Quincy. Whatever you need, you'll probably find it there — from paint, plumbing or electrical supplies to household appliances or just a gift for someone special. They are located in the Plumas Pines Shopping Center.

And Pete and Joyce Dryers have owned and operated the Twain General Store for 30 years! This is a great place to stop and stretch your legs while driving down Feather River Canyon. And when you do, be sure to have a look at their photo albums and newspaper clippings of years gone by.

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