visitors guide deadline friday
It may only be February, but it’s already time to begin focusing our attention on tourism this summer in Plumas County and the impact it has on our local economy.
We agree with a host of local business people and community leaders that tourism this summer will be alive and well. Those visitors opting for more day trips, weekend jaunts and full-blown stay-vacations closer to home will bring a much needed and important infusion of dollars into our local economy.
The advertising deadline for the Plumas County Visitors Guide, a comprehensive full color magazine produced by us in partnership with the Plumas County Visitors Bureau, is this Friday, Feb. 18. If one of our advertising reps hasn’t called on you yet and you want to make sure to be included, call your local newspaper office. We’re eager to design an effective ad tailored to both your budget and your business.
Your advertising investment and partnership makes it possible to produce these comprehensive and informative guides for our area. Help us help you capitalize on this opportunity by investing some of your hard-earned advertising dollars into the most effective products used to entice and inform families that are both coming to visit or living in this area.
new manager at champions pizza
Jennifer Satterlee has been promoted to manager at Champions Pizza & Wings in Quincy’s Plumas Pines Shopping Center. Owner John Breaux excidedly stated that Jennifer — an employee at the restaurant for four years with more than 11 years in the business — will take the popular restaurant to the highest level of customer service and satisfaction. He believes her enthusiasm and team building skills will make it possible for her to accomplish these goals. Jennifer said she plans to keep the same menu featuring pizzas, sandwiches and wings with a few improvements and to keep the salad bar and dining area in perfect order. She replaces Tim Schooler, who has left to open his own food business in downtown Quincy.
nakoma’s restaurant opens
Already a great sign of good things to come this season at Gold Mountain: Nakoma Golf Resort’s restaurant, The Lodge at Nakoma, is now open for breakfast Saturday and Sunday, and lunch Friday – Sunday. With its traditional and distinctive “Wright” look, this breathtaking property — complete with a banquet room and full bar — could also be the ideal venue for banquets, weddings and other such gatherings. Their number is 832-5067.
labor law update workshop
The Alliance for Workforce Development and Plumas Bank are co-sponsoring a California labor law update at their East Quincy Plumas Work Connection facility Tuesday, Jan. 25, 10 a.m. – noon. The $39 fee includes a discussion of the new regulations affecting businesses, including the revised heart illness; Workers Comp postings; wage claim appeal, bond requirements and more. For more information or to reserve your seat contact Brendan Norris at 283-1606 no later than Jan. 20.
quincy veterinarian returns
After taking a break and rehabbing from a successful hip replacement, longtime Quincy resident and veterinarian Dr. Jeff Hurst is once again taking appointments. He will be in the office Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - noon, at his small animal hospital, Feather River Veterinary Clinic on Highway 70 in East Quincy. Dr. Hurst has been taking care of pets locally for 35 years, making him the longest practicing vet in Plumas County.
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