Business Scene for the week of 12/23/19
DON’T FORGET THE PETS
Pet Station has lots of Christmas toys for your best friends. Stop by and let them help you find something special to put in their stockings this year. They have a huge selection of dog and cat food to choose from. Stop by 2936 Main St. to see their selection.
SANTA’S GONE, THE SALE IS ON! OPEN AFTER CHRISTMAS!
Every Bloomin’ Thing is open Thursday, Dec. 26 to Monday, Dec. 30 with some fantastic sale prices. Owner Melissa McCoy said last year went so well that she is doing it again. The gift shop is still full of wonderful items, not only for Christmas but for winter wear, too. Once this sale is over, Every Bloomin’ Thing will be closed from Dec. 31 to Feb. 10. See their ad in this week’s paper for the great markdowns on holiday merchandise.
LAST MINUTE SANTA?
The Elegant Iris and Men’s Den can help with that. They have yummy gourmet sweets, warm hats and gloves. There are also Eagle Lake Jigs and lots of new bobbers and rods to see. Drop in at 418 Main St. to help Santa stuff your stockings.
JOIN T&A LOUNGE FOR NEW YEARS
Join the party at T & A Lounge to Celebrate New Year’s Eve! Dance to the music with DJ Outlaw from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., enjoy a real bar, with real people and real drinks. There will be dancing, party favors and a festive atmosphere. You can even have dinner next door at Micks Big Bite Café. Free rides are available through Lassen Rural Bus.
FREE RIDES HOME THIS NEW YEAR’S EVE
Worried about who is driving for your New Year’s party? Lassen Rural Bus is offering free rides. David Knaut, transportation planner for the Lassen Transit Service Agency, tells us a modified city route from 8 to 11 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, will drive the blue route in a one hour circle. At 11 p.m. they’ll start operating two buses: One will mainly run between the three locations (Diamond Casino, Pioneer Saloon and T&A) so if people want, they can go to different locations, and the other bus will drive people directly home from these locations (within the city limits). So, overall, people should be able to get to and from these three nightspots via bus. For more information on the free rides home, see this week’s ad.
GET YOUR PARTY HATS READY
Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel is hosting a New Year’s Eve Celebration. They have a prime rib and crab leg dinner planned with two seatings at 5:30 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. Live music, featuring local group Timeless, starts at 9 p.m. Get your tickets at the gift shop at Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel at 900 Skyline Drive in Susanville.
SWEAT AND RING IN THE NEW YEAR!
Donna Smith, owner of the Mountain Yoga Studio, tells us they will be having a two-hour workshop New Year’s Day. Let go of old habits and things that don’t serve us anymore in a powerful, detoxifying Kundalini practice. To enroll or for more information, call 251-6028 or go to MINDBODY website. They are located at 2005 Main St. in Susanville.
WE HAVE MOVED
Matt and Coral Pregill, owners of Pregill Insurance Agency, are excited to announce their office has moved to the corner of Main and North Lassen streets in Uptown Susanville. Pregill Insurance has been serving the Susanville area for more than 25 years. They offer insurance in auto, home, ranch, business and life insurance to name a few. Stop by the new office at 629 Main St., or call 257-7254 and see how the team can help you with your insurance needs.
IT’S ALMOST NEW YEARS
Let the trainers and coaches at Anytime Fitness Center help you make fitness goals instead of resolutions in 2020. Look at this week’s ad for the New Year specials they will be offering. Anytime Fitness members have 24-hours access to the gym in Susanville, along with more than 3,300 Anytime Fitness centers globally. Anytime offers state-of-the-art cardio equipment, weight machines, free weights, classes, and they offer one-on-one training and group training. Stop by 2635 Main St. and see what Anytime has to offer to help you “make healthy happen in 2020.”
SHOP LOCALLY THIS YEAR
With Christmas just around the corner, it’s time for us to once again challenge each of our newspaper readers to spend at least $100 shopping at home this holiday season. If we all did that, it will pump more than $1 million into our local economy — based on a conservative average of just two readers for every newspaper.
That $100 — or whatever extra comfortably fits the family budget — doesn’t necessarily need to be just items from your favorite stores. It could be gift certificates from one of the local restaurants, beauty salons, massage therapists, auto detailers, gyms, golf courses or other service providers throughout the county.
And it doesn’t have to be just presents. You could always spend the money on something more personal. Whether it is getting your nails done for a special party, a dinner out or filling your gas tank for a trip to visit family, there are literally hundreds of ways to spend $100 in Lassen County this holiday season. We challenge you to find the ways that best fit your needs and lifestyle.
Remember, shopping locally and spending $100 could be the best Christmas present for not only those on your list, but for everyone in Lassen County as well. This shopping season, think local first.