Biz news for Aug. 31, 2010
GAUMONT NOW AT HEADQUARTERS
Lily Gaumont, formerly of Hi-Lites Salon has moved to Headquarters Salon in Susanville. Lily has had extensive training in cutting from the Bumble & Bumble Academy in New York City. She is available for cuts, color and waxes Tuesday through Saturday. Donna, BJ and Lauren welcome Lily to the salon.FOOTBALL & TACOS
It doesn't get better than Monday night football and tacos at the Elk's Lodge in Susanville. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. every Monday. There will be the no-host bar. At 6 p.m. there will be tacos and popcorn later on. Enjoy the game with good friends or family and great food.
CUSTOMER APPRECIATION BBQ
Glenn Forbes, manager and James Rorie, assistant manager would like to invite you to Fastenal on Tuesday, Aug. 31 for their annual Customer Appreciation Day and barbeque. Stop by the store to take advantage of store specials and savings on most in-stock items. Enjoy manufacturer demonstrations and have lunch! The fun starts at 10:30 a.m. and don’t forget to register for your door prize while you’re there. You will find them at 2910 Riverside Dr #105, next to Hodge Podge Lodge.
TOP FOOD AND TOP SERVICE RESTAURANT
Papa Murphy's has again been named a Zagat "Top Food" and "Top Service" restaurant among large fast-food chains. More than 130 restaurants were included in the 30-point scale survey, and more than 6,500 consumers participated. This is the second year in a row that Papa Murphy's has secured a spot in the Zagat's annual survey. Local owners Judy and Lorin Galassi are thrilled with the news.
SIDEWALK SALE COMING SOON
Craft Boutique & Backroom Antiques in Susanville have been working hard to find unique items. They feature a wide variety of gifts, furniture, jewelry and a whole room of western items from clothing to saddles. Watch for their sidewalk sale to clear out the old and bring in the new.
SENIORS STILL NEED ID
Did you know that even if you no longer drive, you should still have an identification card? According to Cindy Dieter (bookkeeper, typist, researcher, notary, etc.), many senior citizens don't realize they still need an ID card for many transactions in life. If you are wondering why you might need an ID card, give Cindy a call today.
WELCOME NEW STYLIST
Heather Marsh owner of Hair Hunters in Uptown Susanville tells us she is pleased to welcome to the salon new stylist Rikki Sisneros. Sisneros recently relocated to Susanville from southern California where she has been in the industry for more than 11 years. “Throughout my career I have trained with many of the top industry professionals including Redken, Schwarkpof, Mirabella and M.A.C.” according to Sisneros. She specializes in color, and is also available as a make-up artist (including special effects make up) and is available as an on location stylist. If you need an up-do for a special occasion, she has also trained with Martin Parsons better known as the “Up Do Guru.”
If you need a new look for fall she is accepting walk-ins on Sundays from noon to 4 p.m. and is flexible for evening appointments. You can schedule your appointment with her by calling Hair Hunters.
DESIGNER DRESSES FOR LESS
Did you know that you could find beautiful short or full-length designer dresses at Simply Treasures in Susanville? That’s right! Owner Marette Wakeman has done a great job stocking a variety of fun fashions for that special occasion. In addition to flower girl, communion, formal and informal dresses, you’ll also find fabulous discounts on lots of great accessories. Plus she has infant and toddler clothes, princess dress up sets and an amazing selection of gifts for every occasion. Best of all the prices are so low you’ll save time and money by shopping local. If you haven’t shopped at Simply Treasures stop in and see what’s in store, and ask for you complimentary soy scented tart. Be sure to tell her the newspaper sent you.