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Business Scene for the week of 8/22/2012

Anniversary, new computers

It was 20 years ago this month that Ron and Stephanie Horton became affiliated with Les Schwab Tires as a member/dealer. Ron said at the time he was certain it was the right move and now, just two decades later, he is a growing part of the third largest tire dealer with 440 stores in the United States. By virtue of better selection, pricing and product warranties with Schwab, Ron and Steph have grown from four employees in 1992 to the 11 they have today. Six years ago, they also moved into their much-expanded service center on Highway 70 next to the Plumas Pines Shopping Center.

On another note, the two ask for your patience as they deal with the learning curve associated with a new computer system just installed called Customer First. Ron said his store is in the last group of Schwab stores to have the system installed. He said one of the highlights of the system is the networking ability it has with every Les Schwab store across the country putting the “Customer First!”

 

kids fest in greenville friday

Evergreen Market in Greenville will host the fourth annual “Kids Fest” Friday, Aug. 24, from 4 to 7 p.m. There will be plenty of fun activities for young and old, with lots of prizes and good food. Because the event continues to grow each year, this year it will be held on the lawn at the Greenville High School across from the store. Admission is free.

 

Westwood stock festival, reunion

Moonlight Bar and Grill owners Bridgett and Tim Bustamante invite you to bring the family and the lawn chairs and come enjoy their first-ever Westwood Stock festival and Westwood High School alumni reunion. With a Woodstock-type theme, three bands will provide the live music. There will also be a horseshoe tournament, craft booths, kids’ bounce house and food and drink deals. Festivities begin at noon and continue throughout the day and evening.

 

elks burger dinner

The Lake Almanor Elks Lodge is holding a Lassen View Resort “Hamburger Hut” hamburger dinner Tuesday, Aug. 28, from 5 to 7 p.m. Toni Pleau and Julie Chevez, Lassen View’s former owners, will cook their famed gigantic Hut Burgers.

 

more milestones to mention…

Kent and Adrienne Barrett continue to please palettes with their delicious barbecued food. The bright yellow mobile catering trailer can be seen at various locations in Quincy during the week and at special events throughout Plumas County. It’s been amazingly fast four years since Kent and Adrienne started this successful local business. In addition to catering weddings, keep them in mind for any party or special event you might be planning.

Bruce and Susan Robinson have been the owners and operators of the obviously very successful Shadetree Auto Sales and Repair in East Quincy for 46 years. They cater to their customers with quality used cars and trucks, tractors, horse trailers and new and used tires. Also located there for your convenience are Quincy Auto Glass and Plumas Automotive Diagnostics.

Fran Gray is set to enjoy her 10th anniversary as proprietor of Back Porch Consignment in Chester.

The hardworking and congenial Christine Crawford begins her sixth year as owner of one of Quincy’s premier businesses, Epilog Books. In addition to an array of books, this store is filled with myriad of assorted gift items perfect for anyone on your list!

 

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