Biznews for Feb. 18, 2014
NASCAR FANADDICT LOVERS PARTY
Sunday, February 23, the Janesville “Save the Music Program” will host a Fanaddict Lovers NASCAR Music Party at the Susanville Pizza Factory. Head down at 11 a.m. to watch the Daytona 500 on the big screen TVs and join the fun. There will be gifts and prizes during the race and tickets to the big summer music event will be on sale. See their ad in this week’s paper for more details.
AFTER MARKET WARRANTIES ACCEPTED
Mark Yerington, owner of Kurt’s Works in Susanville, tells us their automotive service center accepts After Market Warranties including AUL service contracts. Mark and his son, Dan, have 55 years of combined experience in the automotive industry. In addition to having your work performed by a Certified Master Technician, they are also specialists in import and domestic vehicles, computer diagnosis and engine analysis. Plus they always use top quality parts and service off road vehicles too!
Blake Huhtala, co-owner of The Elegant Iris, reminds us they do all kinds of in-store alterations. If you are one of the many people who made weight loss your New Year’s resolution, maybe you need something altered. Blake tells us she has more than 35 years of experience. Remember, she can also alter your wedding party’s attire. You will find them in historic Uptown Susanville, or give the store a call at 252-4747.
FISCHER JOINS EDWARD JONES
Tory Fischer recently joined Susan Wards’ Edward Jones financial services firm in Uptown Susanville as a branch office administrator trainee. Their office is located at 35 N. Gay St., or you may give them a call at 257-2803.
MARDI GRAS DINNER
The Susanville United Methodist Church is hosting a Mardi Gras dinner. They will be serving a chicken and sausage gumbo with all the fixings from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, March 1. Join them at the church on South Lassen Street for games, good food and prizes. See their ad in this week's paper for more information.
DANCERS ATTEND PULSE TOUR
Teachers and a few select students from J and J Performing Arts dance studio are gearing up to attend the Pulse Tour in Santa Clara on March 1 and 2. They will be studying with famous industry choreographers who have worked on projects including Broadway productions and the Grammy’s! J and J Performing Arts will be returning with new ideas and enthusiasm for the coming season. Owner Jessica Newton Wade has a variety of classes to choose from. For more information, see their ad in this week’s paper or log on to their website at jandjperformingarts.com.
MEAT PACK COMBINATIONS
Ches and Blayne Mallery, owners of GL&L Smokehouse, are now offering meat packs at discount prices for the value-minded customer. They have a variety of package combinations, and substitutions are an option to create just the variety you want. For more information on their meat packages, call 257-2527, or stop in at 702-865 Richmond Road, Susanville. You may also see a sampling of their options and pricing in their ad in this week’s paper.
NEW SERVICES AT ELITE SALON
Marleen Norvell, owner of Elite Salon, tells us their new cosmetologist Priscilla Crandall is now offering upper eyelash extensions by Lash Out Loud. If you’ve been frustrated with thinning eyelashes, this is a great option. Crandall also offers hair and nail services, facials, body waxing and hair extensions. Stylist, Julie Woodward tells us she has added the new Steam Infusion services by Redken. “Steam Infusion uses select Redken treatments to strengthen and deep condition ingredients that are sealed into the cuticle leaving hair incredibly shiny,” according to Woodward.
She has also started personally accepting credit cards for her salon services. So if you’ve been thinking of getting a fresh, new look from head to toe, see the team at Elite Salon for all your professional beauty services.