Biz news for March 29, 2011
A NEW NAME
Experienced mechanic Paul Romesburg, has joined forces with B&B Auto. Marrina Blanthorn said she has changed the business name to Paul's Automotive. They are still located in the same place on Johnstonville Road, with the same phone number too. All previous warranties and guarantees will be honored.
LOOK WHO'S SELLING REAL ESTATE
Broker/Owner John Shaw welcomes Nancy Parkinson as a new Realtor at Susanville Real Estate in Uptown Susanville. You will probably recognize Nancy from Robbins House of Furniture. She has lived in Lassen County for 14 years and knows the area well. You can stop by and see Nancy at the office or call her cell phone at 310-5500.
NEW STORE IN SUSANVILLE
The much-anticipated opening of Switch, a new and "gently used" brand name consignment store, is here! Appointments to schedule a consignment can be made by calling 251-6418. Popular brands, such as Coach, Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister, Guess, Lucky and Aeropostale are some of the brand new items available and now in stock for men, women, teens and children. Switch is located at 2920 Riverside Drive (Next door to the Hodge Podge Lodge) and is open at 10 a.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
LET THE FUN BEGIN
The Susanville Repertoire Company is at it again. They are getting ready for their live radio show performance on Friday, April 8 and Saturday, April 9. This time they are performing The Green Hornet, Father Knows Best and Baby Snooks. Tickets are now available for Friday and Saturday night performances, as well as a matinee on Saturday. Tickets can be purchased at Margie's Book Nook, Robbins House of Furniture and the Lassen County Arts Council.
BOOK SIX OF AUEL'S SERIES OUT
David Teeter, of Margie's Book Nook, is excited to let everyone know that the highly anticipated sixth book of Jean Auel's Earth's Children series, “The Land of Painted Caves” is due out today, March 29. Continuing the story of Ayla and Jondalar, first told in “Clan of the Cave Bear”, Auel recreates the way life was lived more than 25,000 years ago. Margie's is open seven days a week in Uptown Susanville.
LET'S ROLL THE DICE!
Ashley Standiford, of Skyline Self Storage, recently returned from the "Inside Self Storage World Expo" in Las Vegas with some winning ideas on making your storage experience a sure bet. "Roll the Dice" during the month of April and see what it gets you.
BYRD IS BACK NEXT WEEK
Amanda Byrd, owner of Clip 'N Dales, will be back to work next Monday, April 4. She is returning from maternity leave, she just had another baby girl! Be sure and make your four-legged friends grooming appointment soon.
RESTAURANT OPEN AT GOLF COURSE
The Shag Bag Bar & Grill is opening this Friday at Diamond Mountain Golf Course in Susanville. Longtime Susanville residents Teresa and Bob Russell are opening the bar and grill. Bob said, "All our meat is fresh from Idaho Grocery every day. We have a burger on our menu that was once served in 1955 at the Olympic Club, and it's been featured on the Food Network."
They will be open at 7 a.m. — serving delicious breakfast until 10:30 a.m. and lunch will begin at 11 a.m. — seven days a week. They will be serving dinners too during the summer and on nights where there are leagues playing. It's just a short drive from Susanville, so even if you're not a golfer, it's a beautiful place to have a bite to eat.
NOW OPEN IN JOHNSTONVILLE
Bill and Sandy Harkness, owners of R House Restaurant, have reopened their place in Johnstonville. They spent some time remodeling the entire restaurant, and added more dining area to the place. It’s a cozy, warm, friendly place to take the entire family. They have everything from steaks, pasta and seafood items on their menu. They also offer a full bar, you will find them open at 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday.