Business Scene for the week of 5/8/18

MOTHER’S DAY IN THE GARDEN
Melissa McCoy at Every Bloomin’ Thing is having her “Muffins & Mimosas in the Garden” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, May 13 for a Mother’s Day celebration at the Susanville location. McCoy tells us that May is their busiest season, with all the new flowers, shrubs, trees and perennials that have just arrived, not to mention an abundance of pottery, garden art and gift shop treasures. So when they say they are “Bloomin Everywhere” they mean it!

Lots of great gifts for Mother’s Day! You can see Every Bloomin’ Thing’s ad in this week’s paper.

CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAYS
This week, 14 local businesses are participating in the annual Customer Appreciation Days shop local event throughout Susanville.

Be sure to look for the special supplement in this week’s paper for more information on their sales, free drawings for great prizes and play the cookie contest giveaway. Visit as many merchants as possible to increase your chances of winning your share of the $500 in shopping sprees. At Margie’s Book Nook you can enter to win a 4-foot plush giraffe, too. These merchants have come together to thank their customers for supporting their business throughout the year.

TREAT MOM TO A DELICIOUS DELIGHT
Mom deserves a little pampering and Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel has put together a delicious Mother’s Day dinner starting at 11 a.m. Sunday, May 13 (while supplies last) they’ll be serving filet mignon and shrimp scampi dinner, which includes soup or salad, potato, vegetable and dessert. Mom will love this amazing feast and, best of all, she’ll get to enjoy dinner without having to do the dishes.

Courthouse Café is preparing a special Eggs Benedict brunch with asparagus, red country potatoes and fresh fruit from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Mother’s Day.

Plus, you can order off their full menu too. If you haven’t had a chance to try their fabulous food, this is a great spot to take the family for authentic Mexican and American dishes.

HOME MAKEOVERS FOR MOM
Did you know that Kevin Smith at your local Sears store is also a kitchen tune-up specialist? His store was one of 45 that participated in a pilot program to offer one day cabinet reconditioning and one to two day cabinet refacing. If your mother loves to cook, she’ll feel especially pampered when you treat her to affordable upgrades at a fraction of the cost of a new cabinet installation. They have more than 400 door choices and can even add roll out drawers and fix up your granite, too. Stop by this week and enter the Customer Appreciation drawings and find out how you can get the wow back in your kitchen!

Mark Zaengle, owner of Zaengles Carpet One Floor and Home wants to remind you that they have more than 3,000 fabrics to choose from to give mom a customized couch sofa this year. Interior Designer Rachelle McNutt has more than 10 years of industry experience and is available for free design consultations. She can help you select furniture, accessories and rugs, too.

You’ll also find they carry reclaimed shutter windows from Holland made from wood more than 100 years old. Mom can also have a customized canvas sign or select from their great selection of mirrors and accessories. New deliveries are arriving daily and the clearance room has huge discounts on top of the line home furnishings. Give mom a room makeover this year and enjoy complimentary appetizers while you shop on May 11.

MARTIN’S MOTHER’S DAY FLOWERS
Martin’s Produce and Greenhouse in Standish is open Friday and Saturday, May 11 and 12 for early shopping specials for Mom. They have thousands of hanging baskets, roses, flower pouches and much more. Come take a walk through their many spacious greenhouses to make just the right choice for Mom. Martin’s is located at 721-425 Cappezoli Lane in Standish see their ad in this week’s paper.

MOTHERS ARE SPECIAL
Esther Faustino, owner of El Tepeyac Grille in Susanville, believes in showing Mom how special she is. On Sunday, May 13, bring Mom to El Tepeyac Grille and show her how much you love her by treating her to the large menu selection from breakfast through dinner. El Tepeyac Grille is located at 1700 Main St, Susanville. See their ad in this week’s paper.

WHITE HOUSE RESTAURANT SPECIALS
Are you looking for a great place to take Mom for her special day? Tom and Joy Lim, owners of the White House Restaurant in Susanville are serving up their famous prime rib or seafood pasta special on Sunday, May 13. As always, champagne and cheesecake are available if desired. For more details, see their ad in this week’s newspaper.

LASSEN HUMANE SOCIETY
ACCEPTING YARD SALE DONATIONS
It’s time for the annual Lassen Humane Society annual yard sale at the Lassen County Fairgrounds on May 18 and 19. They’re now accepting donations for this event.

If you have been putting off your spring-cleaning, this is a great time to clear out your clutter and donate your good items to help this important organization.

See their ad for more details on the donation location dates, times and items accepted.

PAMPER YOURSELF FROM HEAD TO TOE
The weather is getting nice, and now is the time to pull out your summer sandals and showcase your perfectly pedicured feet. If your tootsies are suffering from the dry winter, don’t worry because Linda Hoge at Hair Hunters in Uptown Susanville has spring specials on spa pedicures and manicures so you can look and feel your best.

“People don’t realize how important foot care is, but once they’ve been pampered in my relaxing pedicure chair, they’re usually repeat customers,” said Hoge.

Sure, you can try to do your own nail care, but it probably won’t be as enjoyable. If you need a little extra pampering, call Linda to book your appointment today at 257-4247.