Business Scene for the week of 7/2/2014
NEW NAME FOR PET SUPPLY STORE
It was seven years ago when Monte and Joanie Kielty opened what has become the very popular Treats Dog Company in Chester. Since that time, they have opened stores in Susanville and Redding. They have altered their store name to Treats Natural Pet Marketplace to better reflect their ever-expanding line of domestic pet supplies.
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Business Scene for the week of 6/27/2014
Customer Appreciation Day
Come and enjoy a great barbecued lunch during Chester NAPA Auto Parts’ Customer Appreciation Day on Thursday, June 26, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Manager Bill Mosby said there will some big savings on tools, filters and other items at the store as well. It is located on Main Street next door to Subway.
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Business Scene for the week of 6/20/2014
OUTDOOR FURNITURE SHOWROOM
Mountain Building Supply has opened a showroom in the old Finishing Touch building at its East Quincy location on Lee Road. Manager Sasha Winter said the showroom will be a display area for their expanded outdoor patio product collection that includes barbecues, furniture, gazebos, fire pits and more.
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Business Scene for the week of 6/13/2014
Animal Clinic Expands Service
Martin Schafer, DVM, continues to expand his Beckwourth small animal clinic, Plumas Veterinary Service, enabling employees to see their furry patients five days a week. Last year, Dr. Amanda Coats brought her expertise to the medicine and surgery center. Most recently, Corrinne Lorentzen, a licensed veterinary technician, has joined the other technicians already on the team: John Stanton, Stephanie Cox and Brandon Swann. Rounding out the staff are the receptionists, Julie Arietta and Lori Taylor.
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Business Scene for the week of 6/6/2014
riding for a reason
The Horse Plus Humane Society is holding a fundraiser in memory of former DMV manager Kim Blanchard. It will be at New England Ranch on Quincy Junction Road in Quincy on Sunday, June 8. Their goal is to raise money to help horses in need. Signups start at 9 a.m.; the first ride gets underway at 10 a.m. For more information call Lisa Labbe at 283-9770.
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