Biz news for June 7, 2011
NEW SERVICES AT THEIR NEW LOCATION
Jeff Chew, owner of the Susanville Pizza Factory, tells us that he’s now offering six beers on tap and three wines at his new restaurant location next to Payless Shoe store. Plus, he’s added 10 daily lunch specials, appetizers — including potato skins — and desserts. “We’ve had a lot of requests over the years to add dessert, so we’ve added giant brownies, chocolate chip cookies and cheesecake to the menu,” Chew said. If you’re in a hurry they even have a grab and go salad refrigerator. With graduation and summer coming, get out of the kitchen and treat the family to lunch or dinner at the Susanville Pizza Factory today.
BRIDAL STYLE TRIALS
If you are one of the many lucky ladies planning on getting married this summer, then you may want to consider stylist Rikki Sisneros’ Beauty for the Bride special. “Selecting the perfect hairstyle to go with your dress can be somewhat confusing, so I put together a bridal style package that lets the bride come in and try three different hairstyles. The bride can then pick the most flattering style in advance of her very special day,” said Sisneros.
So on that big day you won’t have any surprises at the salon. Plus, the promotion includes your hair and makeup on your wedding day so you look and feel your best without the do-it-yourself stress.
CUSTOMER APPRECIATION LUNCH
They are at it again. State Farm/Brian Wilson, Gold Run Realty and Idaho Grocery are hosting a barbecue for their customers this Friday, June 10 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. It will be in the State Farm parking lot, they will be serving up tri-tip sandwiches, hot dogs and chorizos!
SUSANVILLE BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL
There will be more than 11 bluegrass bands performing at the Susanville Bluegrass Festival. For this three-day event from Friday, June 24 through Sunday, June 26 located at the Lassen County Fairgrounds. There will be children’s activities, craft and food venders in what promises to be fun for the entire family. Be sure to purchase your three-day pass and enjoy the entire Bluegrass Festival. For more information contact the fair office or visit them online at lassencountyfair.org. Could be a perfect Father’s Day gift.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELK DINNER
Mark your calendars for the 22nd annual Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation banquet set for Saturday, June 18. The festivities are being held at the National Guard Armory in the Lassen County Fairgrounds. Tickets can now be purchased at Honey Lake Firearms or DalCar Electric in Susanville.
VILLAGE GOURMET IS BLOOMIN'
There are so many new and exciting new things out at Every Bloomin' Thing in Johnstonville. Owner Melissa McCoy is now carrying Village Gourmet items. You will find beautiful brie bakers in all different colors, plus dip mixes in flavors like roasted garlic and sun dried tomato plus many more. Maybe you'd like to try the sweet onion jam!
If you are purse, scarf or hat lovers, then you must take a drive out to Every Bloomin' Thing. Melissa is now carrying beautiful summer light-weight scarves, fun hats and a variety of spectacular purses. Something for everyone's taste and style.
LOE CHANGES HOURS
Carre Loe, stylist at Hair Hunter Salon, has changed her hours. She is now available from 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, also Saturday’s and evenings by appointment only. Carre specializes in eyebrows, quick and easy to style haircuts for all types of hair. Carre was professionally trained and worked for Clinique as a make-up consultant. Look for her special offers in her ads.
FATHER’S DAY FIRST BABY CONTEST
In honor of Father’s Day, the Lassen County CattleWomen will be awarding a $75 beef gift certificate to the first baby born on Father’s Day at the Banner Lassen Medical Center. “Beef is a practical gift because it’s delicious and nutritious,” according to Carrie Satica from the CattleWomen Association.
TREASURES AS TIMELESS AS DAD
If you’re not sure what to get dad to tell him how much you appreciate him, then stop in at Great Basin Antiques in Uptown Susanville. Owner Rhonda Fuller tells us she’s expanded her collection of unique sporting and outdoor treasures and collectable sports memorabilia too!