directors award for quality
The Best Western Rose Quartz Inn in Chester has received the Best Western Directors Award for outstanding quality standards. The award recognizes hotels scoring in the top 20 percent of the more than 2,100 North American properties in cleanliness and maintenance. The hotels’ scores must also meet Best Western’s high standards for design and high customer service to qualify for the distinction. “This award is an important symbol of success,” said owner Ghulam Fareed, who acquired the facility last September. “This award confirms our commitment to providing quality accommodations for our guests. Our entire staff has worked hard to achieve this level of excellence.” The hotel features 51 rooms, Wi-Fi, a seasonal spa, exercise equipment, a multi-purpose rec area and conference rooms. Ghulam also owns and operates the Gold Pan Resort and the Union 76 Food Mart and Fuel Star gas stations in Quincy.
rose attends screen printing show
Chris Rose, owner of Mountain Graphic Design in Quincy, attended the Imprinted Sportswear Show in Long Beach. It’s the largest of five shows held across the country with more than 350 exhibitors demonstrating the latest equipment and techniques used in screen printing, embroidery and graphic design. Chris also attended several seminars to expand his knowledge in these specialized printing techniques that can be applied to virtually any surface or product.Chris and his wife, Alicia, also own Rose Family Child Care and Sierra Mountain Amusement, a vending machine business.
we’ll keep lighting the candles…
Tom Joyce, broker and owner of Graeagle Real Estate and Graeagle Properties,has been in the real estate business in the Mohawk Valley, Portola and surrounding areas for more than 34 years. From his offices at the entrance to the Plumas Pines – Plumas Eureka Estates development, Tom and his associates can help you buy or sell residential and commercial property and businesses throughout Plumas County. They also manage rental properties.
Ed Cammack celebrates his 13th year as proprietor of Plumas Motor Supply and Radio Shack in Quincy. He bought the business from his father, Bill, who moved to Plumas County in 1966 and purchased the auto parts business in 1986.
Tim Ringo is celebrating his first year as owner of Bob’s Janitorial and Carpet Cleaning. Tim specializes in janitorial services, carpet cleaning, window cleaning and flood damage restoration. The company has been serving customers in the greater Quincy area for 34 years.
It was just a year ago when Rick and Eileen Greenly bought Dunn's Midtown Coffee in Quincy. The couple are also longtime owners and operators of Papa Murphy’s Take ‘n Bake Pizza, which is next to the specialty coffee, bakery and sandwich café in the post office complex.
local phone books getting out
The 2013 edition of your locally produced telephone book, the Plumas Lassen Connection, is hot off the presses and is now in the process of being delivered throughout Plumas, Lassen and eastern Sierra County. Delivering the book to your home has become a regular major fundraiser for students and their school programs. If you would like additional copies for your home or office, just drop by one of our newspaper offices and help yourself.