Business Scene for the week of 6/12/18

STORE CLOSING SALE
Finder’s Keepers in Uptown Susanville is closing its doors for good. They are having a huge clearance sale, but days and hours are limited. Consignors, call 257-4299 and leave a message to make arrangements to pick up any unsold items prior to Saturday, June 30. The store will be open from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, June 16 and 17, and again from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 23. Finder’s Keepers is located at 602A Main St., in Susanville. See their ad in this week’s paper for details.

MARTIN’S GREENHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE
The clearance sale is underway at Martin’s Greenhouse in Standish. It’s just a short drive to the country for beautiful trees, plants and flowers at great prices. Martin’s is located at 721-425 Cappezoli Lane in Standish. They are open Monday through Saturday, closed Sunday. Call 254-6503 or see their ad in this week’s paper for more details.

SEAFOOD SALE
Come on down to your hometown proud Susanville Supermarket/IGA this week for their big seafood sale. All of the best items are at great prices. For more information, see their full color ad in this week’s paper.

ONE STOP OFFICE CLOSES
While you may have heard Customer Talk Printable Merchandise has closed, you may not have heard the One Stop Office, located at 2589 Main St, in the DMV shopping center, has also closed. If you have questions, call 252-6500.

GET SUMMER READY
Livid Edge Motorsports is ready to help you get out on the road or out on the trails this summer. They are your local diesel repair specialists. Locally owned and operated, the Vargas brothers, Terrin and Tucker, have years of experience and personal knowledge to help you with trucks or off-road toys. Livid Edge Motorsports is located at 2995 Johnstonville Road in Susanville. Call 257-4867, or see their ad in this week’s paper for more information.

JUNGLE ADVENTURE BIBLE CAMP
Herlong First Baptist Church and InFaith Ministries are now accepting registration for the Jungle Adventure Vacation Bible School being held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, June 18 through Friday, June 22. It is open to children ages 4 years to sixth grade. Lunch is included in the camp. See their ad in this week’s paper for contact information.

FEASTS FOR DAD
Courthouse Café owners Martha and Jose Martinez have put together a special Hearty Man’s Breakfast, which includes biscuits, bacon, sausage gravy, extra bacon and sausage on the side, eggs, hashbrowns and fruit for Father’s Day Brunch. Plus, they’re also making eggs benedict. Brunch is served from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. and their full menu will be available. They’ve also added some new vegan dishes to their menu, too.
Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel is serving up a delicious prime rib dinner, with shrimp scampi, baked potato, vegetables, rolls, soup or salad and dessert. Mmm, mmm, good! Dinner starts serving at 1 p.m. while supplies last.
Esther Faustino, owner of El Tepeyac Grille, wants you to bring dad in for a juicy rib eye steak cooked to his liking with all the dinner fixin’s. Plus, her full menu is available. Ample seating is available for large groups.

GIVE DAD WHAT HE REALLY WANTS
Dad works hard and deserves a few luxuries once in a while. Chris Johnson, sales manager at Susanville Ford, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, tells us they have a great selection of the latest models and quality pre-owned vehicles to choose from.
“Dads need to get out into the great outdoors and enjoy some fun. Our fleet has the perfect vehicle to tow a trailer, boat or toy hauler,” said Johnson. If you’ve had some financial problems in the past, don’t worry, they work with lots of lenders to find you the best loan possible. So don’t keep dad driving in an old beat up jalopy when you can head on over to your local car dealer and take him on a test drive to find the perfect gift today!
Arlin Billington, at Billington Ace Hardware, has got new barbecues and smokers, top-of-the-line lawnmowers, relaxing hammocks and patio furniture, just to name a few gift ideas for dad. Plus, he just got the new Uuni 3 portable wood fired oven with stone baking board. It cooks a pizza in 60 seconds, and all of your other favorite baking foods. He’s also got a full line of gourmet kitchen items to cook dad his favorite meals. You’ll also find summer hats, work boots and much more at your locally owned hardware store.

MARKETING THAT STILL MAKES SENSE
It’s been some time since I’ve mentioned some of the many services our advertising and marketing departments offer here at the Lassen County Times along with our parent company, Feather Publishing Company, that also publishes our sister newspapers in Plumas County. With more than 100 years of combined experience in marketing as well as in advertising layout and design, our team can effectively create solid advertising campaigns that consistently bring proven results for both businesses and professionals.
Print advertising in our newspapers and niche publications here and in neighboring Plumas County has more than survived the test of time, as exemplified by Quincy’s Feather River Bulletin celebrating its 150th anniversary this year. Community newspapers are still and will continue to be a solid marketing solution that can bring you the results you should demand and deserve from your ad investment.
With the economic challenges small businesses continue to face day in and day out, coupled with the growing confusion of where to advertise effectively in this new media world, the last thing you need to worry about is having a truly successful marketing plan and that’s where our team comes in.
The right message, effectively created by an experienced marketing team and delivered to your potential customers by a medium with consistent and proven readership will undoubtedly produce results.
A simple call any one of us in the advertising department here at the Times — Laura, Erika or Teresa — gives you the expertise of our entire team in both marketing and graphics. It’s really this simple: Our success depends entirely on making you successful. And we are committed to doing just that!

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