Biznews for Feb. 26, 2013
AG BUILDING SPECIALS
Spring is just around the corner and Jon Nissley, owner of Frontier Builders, would love to talk to you about ag building specials he has going on! He does everything from steel buildings to pole barns to old building restoration. He can be reached at 520-6667 or see his ad in this week’s paper.
EXPANDED FISH SUPPLIES
Monte and Joanie Kielty, animal lovers and owners of Treats Natural Pet Marketplace, have been busy in their Susanville store. They have been adding and expanding their section of fish supplies. They have added frozen, freeze-dried and traditional foods for fish (Cichlids, Oscars, Koi, etc). They have also added everything you need for an aquarium; tanks, pumps, air pumps, filters and cartridges, heaters and more.
DOLLAR SNEAKER SALE
The $1 sneaker sale is happening now at IGA Susanville Supermarket. They are taking part in the west coast IGA group raising money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. You can make a donation of any size for this cause. Pam Woodworth, IGA event coordinater, tells us they are very happy to be participating in this great cause.
STUDIES SHOW SENIORS BUILDING MUSCLE
According to Ronald Branvold, DC, a recent study funded by the Spanish government suggested Whole Body Vibration (WBV) training could stimulate muscle growth and improve overall fitness in the elderly.
“At Susanville Chiropractic Clinic they offer the Turbo Sonic WBV system for patients looking to improve their health and fitness regardless of age,” Branvold tells us.
Other studies have shown WBV treatments to improve bone density and aid those with a sedentary lifestyle in improving overall circulation. So if you have limited ability to exercise, call Susanville Chiropractic Clinic for details on this state-of-the-art therapy.
BEST OF BROADWAY
This weekend and next weekend is the Best of Broadway Pure Imagination concert series. Matinees are at 2 p.m. March 2 and 9, with evening shows at 7:30 March 1, 2, 8 and 9. Tickets are available at Margie's Book Nook, Treats Natural Pet Marketplace and the Lassen County Chamber of Commerce. It's a great event for the whole family.
Marette Wakeman, formerly of Simply Treasures, is back in business, opening her new shop, The Wee Jumble. In addition to her variety of gift boutique items and baby clothing, she will have a collection of vintage antique items. The Wee Jumble opens March 4 and is located at 50 South Gay St., behind Nu 2 U.
FREE APPLE iPAD
Sam Glass, of Farmer’s Insurance Agency, invites you to come down for a free, no-obligation insurance quote and automatically be entered to win an Apple iPad. Sam is located at 2020 Main St., just inside Milwood Florist, or you can call him at 251-7201.
Don’t feel like cooking dinner tonight? Give Pico’s Sourdough Pizza a call. They are serving up delicious, handmade tamales by the dozen and have great deals on tacos and their signature sourdough pizza. They are open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week, or call ahead at 252-8109. Pico’s is located at 2212 Main St., Susanville.
DONOR APPRECIATION MONTH COMING
March is just around the corner and in recognition of Donor Appreciation Month, Lassen Community College will be hosting their annual blood drive from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, March 11. The bloodmobile will be located next to the cafeteria. To schedule your life-saving appointment, see the contact information on their ad on this week’s business page.
EXPANDED SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Chad Nethery at Susanville Auto Center tells us they just finished remodeling the service department entry area, he said, “We’ve added an extension to the building and put in additional counter space so there is more intake area for our service customers. Plus, we’re really excited about the new 2013 models arriving on the lot,” said Nethery. “There’s lots of new features on these vehicles.”