Biz news for Jan. 5, 2010
Deena Waddell, owner of Country Victorian Charm would like to let everyone know that she is not closing the store and continues to get new merchandise daily. Deena would like the community to know how much she appreciates its support.
The St. Francis Bar and Grill is now open in Uptown Susanville. Chef Conrado has a great new menu for lunch and dinner. The bar is open during restaurant hours. Conrado is offering catering services and has a great gourmet-to-go menu.
WINTER CAPS AND SCARFS
Don’t let the cold get to you. Stop in the Lassen County Times office to purchase our handmade winter caps and scarf’s. All the proceeds go to support the Lassen County Relay for Life 2010.
Nu 2 U is open in Uptown Susanville with gently used quality fashions, household items and more. Nu 2 U is a second hand store that benefits Mountain Circle Family Services Inc. programs for foster children. In addition to accepting local donations, they are also looking for volunteers who would like to make a difference. They are located in the alley on North Lassen Street next to city hall.
PORT OF SUBS NOW DELIVERS
Can’t find the time to break for lunch? Or is it just to cold to go out? You don’t have to leave your home or office to enjoy a fresh sandwich from Port Subs says owner Raj Dhillon, we now offer delivery. Place your order by phone, fax or even online and have your entire order delivered to you! See store for forms or online at portofsubs.com. Still serving sliced fresh sandwiches and grillers for breakfast or lunch. Check out our party sub. It’s six foot long! Port of Subs is located next to the Grocery Outlet on Main Street.
COMPUTER TROUBLE SOLVED
If you were lucky enough to get a new computer for Christmas and you don’t want to take the time to transfer your files, then consider calling the local professionals at Quantum Computing. Owners Zachary Solis and Cody Peters tell us delivering quality technical support services in a timely manner is their number one priority. “Rather than getting all stressed out over your computer problems, we’re on call 24 hours a day 7 days a week to get you up and running in no time” Solis adds. “There’s no need to take your computer out of town, when you can get quality customer service right here in Lassen County” according to Peters. See their dial a pro ad for more information on how to contact Quantum Computing.