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Business Scene for the week of 1/3/2014

stock wins guitar

Continuing with its anniversary tradition, Donnell’s MusicLand in Greenville announces the winner of a brand new guitar. This year’s winner is Quincy resident Rick Stock, who will soon be taking home an Indiana Dakota 00 (double aught) natural finish guitar. The annual drawing, which is open to anyone stopping by the store, has been conducted during this time every year since the store opened in 2011. Rather than continue with the free-to-enter drawing, next year the store will be hosting a benefit drawing with proceeds going toward the popular Gift of Music program.

chester business relocates

Tom Maumoynier has moved his Chester business, Lake Almanor Fly Fishing Co., from 181 Main St. to 159 Main St., near Bodfish Bicycles. Tom says this new location offers lots of added room for this ever-expanding business.

 

newly authorized guitar dealer

Mark and Brenda McColm are now authorized dealers for both Luna and Dean guitars. Both of these manufactures have created instruments that are artistically designed with great acoustics and affordable pricing. The McColms are excited to offer the community both of these very popular guitar lines at their Main Street Chester store, Sierra Wisteria.

 

our continued best wishes …

Juliana Mark begins her sixth year as proprietor of J’s Feather River Rental in Delleker (just west of Portola). There she offers a large assortment of quality rental items for virtually any lightweight or heavy-duty project.

She is also a certified event planner and recently opened a showroom on Sierra Street in Portola. She rents tables, chairs, linen, china, tents, canopies and just about anything else you might need for any kind of party or gathering. If she doesn’t have it, Juliana said she’ll find it!

 

  Travis Broussard, owner of All Phase Landscape, notes his third anniversary in business. As a licensed landscaping contractor, he can help design and complete your vision. He also has lots of local references in the Chester-Lake Almanor area. Travis also keeps busy in the winter with the snow plowing side of his business.

 

  Mouser Brothers Enterprises, located in the Feather River Industrial Park in East Quincy, is celebrating its 13th year in business. They have built an unsurpassed reputation specializing in cabinets, vanities, countertops and pre-hung doors.

 

  Ada’s Place in Quincy is 11 years young! The owners, Mike and Valerie Nellor, tell us each cottage — Ruth’s Garden, The West Wing, Hop Sing’s and Ada’s — features its own personality and is surrounded by lush gardens, making a visitor’s stay unique and comfortable.

 

  Main Street Artists, a fine arts cooperative gallery in downtown Quincy, is celebrating its fourth year in business. Each month a different artist is featured, so be sure to stop by and enjoy the respective talents they all have to offer.

 

  The Ranchito is one of Quincy’s best-kept secrets — a comfortable and well-appointed motel nestled amongst the towering pines. The establishment has been owned and operated by John and Tracy Wixted for the past three years. The remodeled rooms’ added amenities include refrigerators and microwaves: everything a guest will need for a comfortable, quiet, relaxing stay.

 

x Chris Rose, owner of Sierra Mountain Amusement, a food and soda vending machine business, marks his fourth year in business. Chris and his wife Alicia also own Rose’s Family Childcare and Mountain Graphic Design in Quincy.

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