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Business Scene for the week of 5/31/17

Inn’s new owners
Colin Birdseye and Shelley Hunter are the new owners of the Feather Bed Inn on Jackson Street in downtown Quincy. They just moved here from San Rafael where they owned and operated a graphic design business. Shelly knew of Quincy having attended Feather River College 40 years ago. “We’ve noticed that Quincy has fallen in disrepair so we plan to help spiff it up and promote Quincy as a destination,” she said. This adorably appointed, comfortable inn features five guest suites and two cottages. Photo by Laurrissa Ballow


If so, you might be interested in knowing you can purchase any new car or truck — any make and model equipped just the way you want it — locally from Jack Brown at Quincy Auto Co. in Quincy. As many of us around here know, Jack has been in the automotive trade for nearly a half century selling both new and used vehicles. During this time he developed close relationships with new car dealers from all over the west coast as an outside broker for their vehicles. Those connections allow him to purchase new cars or trucks to your exact specifications at wholesale prices, which means you get the same (and often less) out-the-door price that you would get dealing directly with that dealership. You also get all of the manufactures incentives and warrantees. Jack makes new car buying hassle free, he offers great trade-in values and financing rates and he’ll deliver it right to your door — any car, any truck, any time!


Bob and Dixie Higgins tell us their concrete company, White Cap Ready Mix, Inc., now carries Outpak Construction Washout Containers. These are the leading product for the safe disposal of cement, paint, drywall mud and more. They are designed for easy transportation and storage with a simple, quick set-up in minutes and are EPA compliant. White Cap plants are located in Portola, Chester and Reno. They have been serving the Sierra and Nevada, including some of the most environmentally sensitive areas since 1976.


The Paradise Grill in Quincy now has outside dining on what owners Luis and Celedonia Santos are calling their new “Paradise Patio.” The restaurant is located in the Plumas Pines Shopping Center and features an extensive breakfast, lunch and dinner menu offering generous portions of both American and Mexican dishes. You’re sure to love the food and service, whether you dine inside or out!


The classy “upstairs” lounge at the Main Street Sports Bar in downtown Quincy is opening for the summer Thursday, June 1. Owners Karen and Stephen’s summer opener kicks off with an open mic night from 6 to 9 p.m. hosted by Emily Read and will include some poetry comedy skits. Oh, don’t forget: Taco Tuesdays, Burger-Me Wednesdays and Karaoke on Thursdays!


June marks the seventh anniversary for George Scheuchenzuber III at the Downtown Barbershop in Quincy. This is also the fourth year George will be giving $8 clipper cuts at the County Picnic on Saturday, June 3. He generously donates the entire days take split evenly to the Plumas Co. Fairgrounds and the Plumas Co. Museum. Last year with your help George raised and donated $400 for his efforts — let’s help him surpass that amount this year!


“Inspired By Nature” is the theme of the First Friday reception on June 2, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Blue Goose Gallery of Artists in Chester. Featured artist for he showing are Eileen Searcy, Heather Greene, Linda Vanella and Kim Bird.

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