Dave McKee has officially made his son, Jessie, a full partner in their Quincy-based business, Plumas Painting. Jessie has years of experience in both commercial and residential interior and exterior painting. Jason Fuller begins his third year with the company and says he looks forward to working with both Dave and Jessie.
Five representatives from different eyewear companies with more than 25 lines to choose from, including Vera Wang, Fendi, Nicole Miller and Thalia, will be showing their products at the optometry offices of Drs. Greg and Beth Gilman & Dr. Jon Friden in Quincy on April 10. According to optician Amber Hill, who is in charge of this event, the company reps will not only be displaying their frames, but will also be available for individual consultations helping individuals choose the frame styles that best compliment facial features, hair and eye color to create a uniquely individual and stylish look.
As a way of thanking the community for making his first five years in business such a success, Gary Schuyler is offering a $100 discount off insurance collision repair deductibles. The offer is good now through June 30, 2008 at his East Quincy repair facility, Schuyler Collision Repair. Look for the coupon on the insert inside this week's Feather River Bulletin.
Bill Coates, owner of Les Schwab Tires in Portola (actually it's in Delleker, just west of Portola), has added a lube, oil and filter service at his store. It's the only "fast-trac" lube service in eastern Plumas County, with two racks and no more than a 30-minute turnaround time once they start on the vehicle. Included in the very competitive price is an exterior wash, vacuum the interior and check all the fluid levels. Bill says appointments aren't necessary, but they will schedule you in advance, especially if you want any additional services like having your tires rotated at the same time.
As her business continues to grow, so do the space needs of Jamie Alyward, owner of Wild Hare Sign Co. in Quincy. After a much-needed facelift, later this week she is moving her business to a new building her and her husband Todd just purchased, the former location of Huffman Auto Center, also in East Quincy. The additional bays will allow her to work on larger trucks. Jamie and her crew make vinyl signs for vehicles, store fronts and banners and just about anything else you might need. By the way, with the purchase they inherited about 20 church pews that are free to any worthy organization in need just for the asking, call her at 283-0332.
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