TEXT_SIZE

Business Scene for the week of 2/14/2014

final call for visitors guide ads

We have until this Friday to put the finishing touches on the 2014 Plumas County Visitors Guide. This comprehensive and attractive full-color magazine is distributed through the region and is used extensively by both tourists and locals alike. If you have not placed an ad for your business or service and would like to do so, there are just a few days left. Give your local newspaper advertising rep a call before Friday, Feb. 14, and we’ll help you create an effective ad tailored to your needs and budget.

marks second anniversary

It’s Jeff Hahn’s second anniversary with Plumas Gen Tech. He is a certified generator service technician, providing sales, installation and repairs of home and office generators throughout Plumas and Lassen counties. Jeff also owns and operates two other businesses, Wolf Creek Wood Stoves in Greenville and Mac’s Chimney Sweeping.

 

Just in time for Valentine’s Day!

Barbara Tucker and Lisa Forcino are reopening Crescent Country Feb. 13. The popular Crescent Mills gift store will be open Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Of course, if you need anything don’t hesitate to call Lisa at 284-6016 or 284-6227 for a shopping appointment

 

new name, owners

The Canyon Bar & Grill on Highway 70 in Portola is open for breakfast and lunch daily. They also serve dinners Friday through Sunday. Susan Terry and Ed Ferguson are the new owners and Ruben Lopez does cooking and serving.They will be expanding hours this summer. The menu features an American-Southwest cuisine and they have a full bar.

 

open house set for feb. 22

In celebration of its firstanniversary, Mimi Garner of Sierra Adventures, a business consulting firm and regional visitor center, invites the community to come celebrate the occasion at an open house on Feb. 22, noon to 6 p.m.Stop by and see their beautifully appointed offices at the Blairsden Station Plaza, located across from the historical white barn in Blairsden at the corner of highways 89 and 70.

Mimi also mentioned that her2014 membership driveis in full swing and local businesses can join at substantially reduced rates during the month of February. To join, you can stop by their office, call 775-229-3140 or visit igg.me/at/SierraAdventures.

 

trade show acquisitions

Exciting new merchandise from the world-famous Gift and Furniture Mart in Las Vegas will soon be added to the inventories of two Quincy businesses, Quincy Hot Spot and Forest Stationers. The respective storeowners, DeeDee Driscol and Cheryl Reinitz, found the treasures on a recent buying (and we suspect fun-filled) trip.

At Quincy Hot Spot, DeeDee is adding the Best Home Furnishings line of furniture — initially couches, chairs and recliners with more down the road — and is currently renovating a portion of her East Quincy store to make room for the new arrivals. She said this is the same furniture line that was available at La Casa Bella before it closed.

Cheryl came back from Las Vegas with a new line of jewelry, handbags, jewelry boxes and other carefully selected gift items. Her store’s name, Forest Stationers, doesn’t begin to truly reflect the diversity of products she’s been adding over the years. This includes expanding her office supplies to diversifying with a vast array of unique and carefully selected gift items for virtually every member of the family.

Contact Us
up_contact
Local Events
Building Contractor

"); pageTracker._trackPageview(); } catch(err) {}