Biz News for Feb. 7, 2012
|NEW AFLAC AGENT|
|Maria Tone joined the AFLAC field force last year as a new independent agent. She and her husband, Dan Barlow, own Barlow-Tone Ranch, and have been in Lassen County since 1994.
If you have questions about AFLAC insurance, wellness benefits or claims, call Maria at (209) 470-3886. See her ad in this week’s newspaper.
IT'S A HEARTBAKER...
You can now pick up a family-size heart-shaped pizza at Papa Murphy’s called the "Heartbaker" for a limited time. These pizzas are only available until Tuesday, Feb. 14.
Owners Judy and Lorin Galassi tell us they also have a new dessert pizza called "S'mores" with chocolate and marshmallows.
Judy says, "They are flying out the door."
FABULOUS FINDS FOR VALENTINES
Can you believe it that Valentine’s Day is just next week? Your local merchants have stocked up on lots of great gifts to let your loved ones know just how special they are. Over at The Pardner, Jo Ellen Wood tells us they have a unique selection of western gifts and home décor that will surely put a smile on your loved one’s face.
“Our leather purses and accessories are a big hit,” she said, “and the Montana Silver Smith jewelry and accessories for men and women are a great way to give something shimmering, too!”
WEDDING SEASON IS ALMOST HERE
If you are getting married this year, it's time to start thinking about those precious wedding pictures you will want. Justin Miller of JCharles Photography tells us you should book your date early to make sure your big day is captured with quality, care and attention to detail. Ask Justin about his special engagement session with every wedding investment. He is now able to provide gift certificates for all sessions and packages. What a great gift for the bride and groom. You can reach Justin at (805) 453-4850.
THE RACE IS ON!
The Committee to Elect Tony Mallery for Judge is hosting a fundraiser. Come fill your stomach before the symphony, from 5 to 8 p.m. Feb. 10 in the Deal and Davie Showroom Award Winning Chili and Chowder Feed. Don’t miss out on his wife Tammy’s chocolate covered bacon. For more information and tickets contact, Tony and Tammy Mallery at 257-4300.
KIMBERLY’S NOW OPEN FOR DINNER
Kim Guimond, owner of Kimberly’s Kitchen, would like to announce she is now staying open for dinner until 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday nights. She invites you to come and check out the large menu selection at new, lower prices.
Kim still offers a special menu for high school students and pre-paid cards are available for parent’s convenience. Call ahead and have your order ready.
Kimberly’s Kitchen is located at 950 Main St. Susanville, or call her at 251-4060.
If you like to treat the special children, in your life to a Valentines gift, check out the brand-name western toys for kids of all ages.
This season consider adding to or starting a collection for that special someone. Rhonda Fuller at Great Basin Antiques has beautiful candy dishes and vases so you can give a keepsake with the traditional chocolates and flowers. Plus, they have new sports memorabilia, vintage jewelry, hats and home décor, paintings, books and many other collectibles.
“Many of our treasures are made in America, too,” Fuller said. “Like that old saying, ‘One man’s junk is another man’s treasure’.”
So stop in Uptown and see the store full of hidden treasures.