Biz news for May 11, 2010
HAVE A KINDERGARTEN STUDENT THIS NEXT YEAR?
The ladies at Smiles for Life, Inc. inform us they have completed their Head Start project for the current school year. Their visits to the Head Start programs meets the requirement for the Oral Health Assessment for kindergarten enrollment. If any parent has a child entering kindergarten and still needs an assessment completed, Smiles for Life, Inc. would be happy to see your child at no cost. Give them a call for more information.MOBILE PET GROOMING
Does your dog or cat need a bath and grooming? Lee Clark, owner of Curb Critters is a mobile pet grooming business. You can reach Lee at 250-2266.
AND THE WINNERS ARE......
There were some lucky winners during our recent Customer Appreciation Days event. The lucky winners of the $500 shopping spree were, Jane Nell Riley, Laura Von Brandt, Melissa Booton, Veronica Mowery and Bob Picco. Carol Van Amburg won a $200 gift certificate to Leslie's Jewelry, Curt Mann won a $100 gift certificate to Billington Ace Hardware and Karen Wallace won a beautiful tea party in a basket from Great Basin Antiques.
Thank you to everyone who played, and laughed at all our of "morphed" pictures.
SUSANVILLE ENTREPRENEUR HONORED FOR PROVIDING OUTSTANDING CUSTOMER SERVICE
Allstate exclusive agency owner, Gary Ott, has been designated a Premier Service Agency for 2010, as a business leader and involved citizen for the Susanville area.
Bestowed upon less that 30 percent of Allstate’s more that 12,000 agency owners across the country, this designation is being presented to Ott for his commitment to exceeding customer expectations.
The Premier Service Agency designation is awarded to Allstate agency owners who have consistently met designated levels in customer service and business performance. Ott’s recognition as a Premier Service Agent proves his agency’s ability to deliver accessible, knowledgeable and personal customer service, allowing his to achieve outstanding business results.
WELCOME TO THE COMMUNITY
Craig Peterson is the new General Manager at Benny Brown's Susanville Auto Center. Peterson and his wife are relocating to the community from the Sedona area. "I am very excited to get involved in the community and bring my wealth of experience in the auto industry to this local dealership."
Peterson adds, “my wife and I are a lover of the great outdoors, horses and dogs. If you're in the market for a new or quality pre-owned vehicle, Peterson invites you to stop by and say hello and see the great new selection of vehicles arriving weekly on the lot.