Biz News for Oct. 4, 2011
HUNTING SEASON IS HERE!
Ches Mallery out at GL&L Smokehouse would like to let all of the hunters in Lassen and Plumas counties know they offer a variety of options for your harvested venison. Pepperoni sticks and venison salami are just a couple of options that are sure to tempt your taste buds and make great Christmas gifts for the non-hunters in the family!
GL&L Smokehouse is located at 702-865 Richmond Road, or you can reach them at 257-2527.They are open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.See their ad in this week’s paper!
WELCOME NEW STYLIST
Heather Marsh, owner of Hair Hunters in Uptown Susanville, tells us she is pleased to announce the arrival of new stylist Jeanette Zielen. Zielen has more than 29 years experience in the industry and she’s worked with all types of hair, but she tells us her passion is helping you find the perfect hair color to make you look your best! If you’re looking for a fabulous new look for fall you can call Hair Hunters to schedule an appointment. She is available on Tuesdays only at this time.
PLAY THE FORD FOCUS GIVEAWAY
Diamond Mountain Casino has partnered with Susanville Ford and Auto Center to give away a new Ford Focus. Starting Monday, Oct. 10, you can start earning tickets to qualify you for entry into the drawing. General Manager Geoff Hampton, at Susanville Ford and Auto Center, tells us they expect to have the vehicle on the showroom lot this next week for your viewing. So don’t just imagine yourself in this state of the art new car, head on over to Diamond Mountain Casino and take your chances at winning this vehicle today!
Zachary Solis and Cody Peters, owners of Quantum Computing, are excited to announce they are expanding their mobile computer repair business and opening a new office location. In addition to pick-up services, you can now drop off your computer at their offices located at 2055 A Main St. in the brown wooden building across from the T&A Lounge.
“We’ve earned a great reputation with both businesses and individuals in the community as a reliable, professional, affordable computer repair service,” said Solis, and thanks to the local support they are able to expand to a storefront location.
Be sure to stop by and congratulate the owners on their expansion!
REFRESH, REDECORATE, REDESIGN
With fall's arrival, maybe it's time to do some sprucing up before the company comes for the holidays. Naomi Turner, of Room by Room Interiors, says there are many things you can do to spruce up your home without even spending a penny. Or maybe you need step-by-step guidance for a new project. Either way, give her a call today, she would be happy to assist you with picking out paint colors, window treatments and more. You can reach her at 310-3496.
Treats Dog Company and Pet Marketplace
Treats Dog Company and Pet Marketplace has an all new, larger location in Susanville. They also have a store in Chester. Owners, Joanie and Monte Kielty, along with pet lover Shirl Mannel, are featured with Feo and friends. Their customer service, knowledge of pets and nutrition is exceptional. They are a full-service pet supply store, with everything from food and treats to gear for active dogs and training items. They also offer self-service dog wash stations and a groomer in their Susanville location Tuesday-Saturday. Speaking of Treats, Monte tells us, “If it’s edible, and in our store, it’s not from China.” The Chester store is open five days a week with winter hours coming soon. The Susanville location is open seven days a week.