Business Scene for the week of 4/30/19

It’s time for the annual Customer Appreciation Days shop local event. The promotion will kick off with the special insert publishing in the Lassen County Times, the Westwood PinePress and the Chester Progressive the week of May 7 and 8. Inside you’ll find personal messages from the participating sponsors thanking the community for supporting their business. They’ve also put together some great sale specials and you can win wonderful prizes at their in store drawings.
In this week’s paper you’ll also find the event ad that has an entry form for you to win one of four $25 shopping sprees. All you have to do is cut out the form, tell us why you love shopping at the local sponsor and then drop it off in their drawing box anytime from May 7 through May 12. Feel free to copy the entry form, so you can enter at as many businesses as you like. Plus you can enter the promotion drawings that week to win your share of the rest of the $500 in shopping spree giveaways. On Friday, May 10 you’ll be able to enjoy complimentary appetizers while you shop. Be sure to mark your calendar and don’t miss out on this special community-wide event and save some extra money on gifts for Mother’s Day, graduation or for your home and garden.

Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel has lots of great promotions going on for the month of May. Starting Wednesday, May 1, veterans eating in the café can tell their server they are a veteran and they will donate money to the Blue Star Moms. On Memorial Day, if you tell your server you will double your discount in their café. They’ve also got a great promo play promotion where you can win your share of $5,000 in giveaways, but you must be an eligible Diamond Club Member to play. They’ve also put together a delicious prime rib dinner special for Mother’s Day. So make your plans now to get mom out of the kitchen and head on over for a fabulous feast and try your luck at winning the big jackpot.

In celebration of the National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 2, you can join in with several area churches to uplift each other at the Pray for America event. The community prayer will take place at the Susanville Church of the Nazarene at 1825 Spring Ridge Drive from noon until 1 p.m.

Karma Honeycutt at the Chatterbox Salon on Ash St. in Susanville tells us they have gift certificates available to customize a day of beauty for the perfect Mother’s Day gift. They are also carrying the Tayoni Labs CBD skin oil line that has become very popular for those seeking a little extra tlc in their body care routine. They also have the new Redken Performance nature hair line, which is sulfate, paraben and silicon free. Plus, it’s 100 percent vegan. Honeycutt tells us she’s recently opened up booth rental space for a new stylist to join their team. If you’re looking to join a busy, professional, progressive salon, contact her today to learn more information.

Owner Scott Johnson, at Johnson’s Shoes in Susanville, is gearing up for warmer weather. He is excited to be offering Birkenstocks. His most popular style is the “Arizona.” This stylish sandal is for men and women. Johnson’s carries the Arizona in 18 colors. Another popular style found in the store is the “Mayari” for women, which comes in six colors. For more information, see his ad in this week’s paper.

Blake Huhtala, owner of the Elegant Iris & Men’s Den, tells us that they are ready to take care of ordering and making your very special custom garter for prom today! Blake also has an assortment of specialty gifts and of course yummy treats such as Sweets’ Orange Sticks, Annie B’s Caramels and delicious truffles to make Mother’s Day special! Dave Huhtala reminds us that stream fishing is opening and the Men’s Den has all your stream fishing needs. They are located at 618 Main St. Be sure to see their ad in this week’s paper.

Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin’ Thing, is very excited about all the new plants and products coming into the store everyday. With the warmer weather things are really bloomin’ at Melissa’s. Fresh new home and gift ideas in the gift shop, plus, a large selection of veggies, herbs, cactus, houseplants and succulents. She has a great deal going on now for her soil additives. See her ad in this week’s paper.



The newly opened Revive Wellness Spa are co-owners Erin Macisaac-Mumper and Sareena Estes. The two local massage therapists recently joined together to create an amazing and serene spa located at 44 North Lassen St. in Uptown Susanville. They’re open by appointment only days, evenings and weekends. The spa offers a full line of massage services with a variety of add on treatments including an infrared sauna and sauna table, ionic foot baths, hot stone treatments, customized collagen facial masks made on site and much more! If you’re feeling run down and need a bit of relaxation or rejuvenation then book your appointment with one of the massage therapists today by calling 260-8899 and you’ll be glad you did.