Ofﬁcial Monthly Publication of the Prescott Chamber of Commerce August 2005
Cardinals’ Pre-Season CARDINALS’ EXEC
SPEAKS TO WOMEN
Home for 2005
For the ﬁrst time, Prescott will play The executive
host to the complete pre-season training
director of Arizona
camp of the Arizona Cardinals. The move
to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Cardinals’ Charities,
happened quickly following a virus Pat Tankersley, will be
outbreak in Flagstaff at Northern Arizona the featured speaker
University. Citing safety concerns, the at the quarterly
Cardinals announced July 25 that they Women in Business
would not train in Flagstaff, followed lunch program,
by an announcement the next day that
Thursday, Aug. 18,
the camp would move to Prescott. City,
noon to 1:30, at the Hassayampa Inn. The
ERAU and Cardinals’ ofﬁcials met all day
July 25 to hammer out the details of the cost of attending the luncheon is $15 and
camp. With a major effort on everyone’s reservations can be made now by calling
part, training camp was scheduled to open Anne Confer at the Chamber, 445-2000, ext.
Sunday, July 31 with the ﬁrst practice the 14. Reservations must be prepaid by check,
next day. Camp is scheduled to continue Mastercard, Visa or Discover.
through August 24.
Tankersley will talk about the statewide
The Chamber is encouraging local
businesses and residents to pack the stands charitable work done by Cardinals’ Charities
and show the Cardinals that we appreciate and she’ll share some stories about working
them choosing Prescott for this year’s with a professional sports team in the
training camp. Check the Chamber’s National Football League. Her talk comes just
website for an updated training schedule three days prior to the arrival of the Arizona
each day. The Chamber is also trying Cardinals in Prescott for their pre-season
to identify some local companies that
training camp. This is the second consecutive
Bed Tax Update….……..3 might be interested in splitting the cost
of a skybox suite for the regular season at year that the Cardinals have practiced in
Primary Ballot Sun Devil Stadium. Call Chamber CEO Prescott, last year following training camp in
Arrives Soon.…….....4 Flagstaff.
David Maurer for more information.
Imposed…....................5 The luncheon will also feature a short
Your Input Sought
presentation by Elisabeth Ruffner on the 75th
for Surveys…................6 anniversary of the ratiﬁcation of women’s
right to vote, the 19th Amendment to the
Look for our special
“Voter’s Guide” Insert! Constitution. The Amendment was ratiﬁed
August 18, 1920.
The Prescott Business Pages is a publication of the
PRESCOTT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
117 W. Goodwin St.
P. O. Box 1147 From David Maurer,
Prescott, Arizona 86302-1147 Chief Executive Ofﬁcer
fax: (928) 445-0068
www.prescott.org Before You Vote
2005 Executive Committee
If you live within the Prescott
Alan Abare (Abare Management Consultants) – Chairman city limits, you’ll be receiving a
Mike Willinger (ERAU) – Chairman-Elect rather important item in the mail
Doug Bristol (YRMC) – Treasurer
Justin Scott (HOAMCO) – Past-Chairman around August 25th—your ballot
Brandon Boyster (Prescott Gateway Mall) for the primary election. Yes, it’s
Teri Drew (NACOG)
Karen Rizk (National Bank)
time to vote! How prepared are
you? Do you know some of the dozen candidates
2005 Board of Directors running for public ofﬁce? Are you familiar with
Alan Abare – Abare Management Consultants the ballot measure for the home rule expenditure
Brandon Boyster – Gateway Mall option?
Doug Bristol – YRMC Unfortunately, many people don’t take the time
Marilyn Brown – Home Loan Corp.
Teri Drew - NACOG to know and understand the candidates and the issues.
Dan Froetscher – APS Sadly, many won’t take the time to vote, even though
Ted Lamb – Lamb Chevrolet
J. T. Purvis – ERA National Realty
the City of Prescott makes it easy by mailing everyone
Karen Rizk – National Bank the ballot! The people who are elected to ofﬁce will
Justin Scott – HOAMCO have a say in public policy decisions for the next few
Linda Thein – Yavapai & Bucky’s Casinos
Dee Toci – Prescott Fine Arts Assoc. years. Shouldn’t you take the time to ﬁnd out who
Alex Vakula – Vakula/Kottke Law Firm may be deciding your future?
Mike Willinger – ERAU
At the Chamber, we’re trying to help you and
Chamber Board Liaisons your employees understand the differences between
the candidates. You’ll ﬁnd a comprehensive voters’
Bob Bell – Prescott City Council
Don Schiller – Ambassadors guide included with this newsletter. Our Government
Affairs Committee posed eleven questions to each
Chamber Staff – 445-2000
candidate, focusing on some of the key issues facing our
David Maurer, CEO – Ext. 15 city and business community. You’ll see some distinct
Anne Confer, Administrative Assistant – Ext. 14 differences in the candidates’ responses. Take the time
Harold Viehweg, Finance Director – Ext. 21
Jacquie Tobin, Membership Services – Ext. 13 to read their answers; you’ll be a better-informed voter
Robert Coombs, Tourist Information Manager – Ext. 22 when you ﬁll out your ballot.
Sam Welchons, Membership & Marketing Director – Ext. 16 By the time that you receive this newsletter, our
Scott Currey, Special Events Manager – Ext. 12
Shirley Karp, Membership Services (part-time) candidates’ forum may have already taken place. On
Sara Murray, Weekend Supervisor, Tourist Information Center (part-time) August 1st, we’ve invited the candidates to take part in
a public forum at the Prescott Fine Arts Association
Theatre. Again, we’ll pose some tough questions to
The Prescott Chamber of Commerce promotes its membership by the candidates and evaluate their responses. To be
enhancing the overall business environment of Prescott.
elected outright in the primary, a candidate must
Prescott Business Pages receive at least 50% of the vote—an unlikely scenario
USPS 531-910 is published monthly
with so many candidates running. The top vote-getters
Periodical Postage Paid at advance to November’s general election.
Prescott, Arizona One issue that will be decided in the primary is
Published monthly for $12 per year by:
Prescott Chamber of Commerce a four-year extension of the home rule expenditure
option, allowing the city to spend more than the state-
Send address change to:
imposed spending limitation. This artiﬁcial limit does
Prescott Business Pages not recognize local tax revenue levels and voters here
P. O. Box 1147 have consistently approved the home rule option. We
Prescott, AZ 86302-1147
(928) 445-2000 think it’s a good choice and recommend another four-
Vol. 29 No. 8
Bed Tax Increase Dropped Transportation Committee
A move to potentially increase the bed tax by 1 – 2% has Begins Work This Month
been dropped following a survey of the lodging industry. The
Prescott Chamber and the Prescott Area Lodging Association There is still time to become a charter member
(PALA) had tested the idea as a means of increasing funding of the Chamber’s new policy committee for
for tourism-related events and promotion, as well as parks and
recreation programs geared toward tourists. If there had been transportation issues. The initial meeting of the
sufﬁcient industry support, the City Council would have been committee will take place Thursday, August 11,
asked to place the measure on the fall election ballot. 7:30 am, at the Chamber. Any Chamber member
is eligible to serve on the committee that will meet
“We found a mix of support for the idea,” said Chamber monthly, hear updates on transportation plans and
CEO David Maurer. “Unfortunately, we did not feel there was
enough support at this time.” Generally speaking, most of the programs, and recommend policy on transportation
larger motels and hotels favored an increase, while some of the issues to the Chamber’s Board of Directors.
older, smaller properties did not. “The properties that cater more
to tourists saw the value in enhancing our promotion budget,” At the ﬁrst meeting, committee members will
said Maurer. hear an overview of the major transportation projects
With time running out for action by the City Council, and issues. Jack Shambaugh, director of the Central
the Chamber and PALA told Mayor Simmons that there was Yavapai Metropolitan Planning Organization
not solid support from the lodging industry for the measure (CYMPO) will give a report on efforts now
and additional education with the industry would be necessary underway to develop a comprehensive Metropolitan
before placing the tax increase on a future ballot. Ironically, Transportation Plan.
many candidates for City Council were already talking about
their support of the idea and the public more than likely would
have voted in favor of the increase, since it is a tax that locals To sign up for the Transportation Committee,
do not pay. Prescott has one of the lower combined tax rates in please call Anne Confer at the Chamber, 445-2000,
the state of Arizona for lodging. ext. 14.
CITY VOTERS: PRIMARY BALLOT
ARRIVES THIS MONTH
Help the State
Ballots for the September 13 primary election in
the City of Prescott will be sent to all registered voters
in late August. In addition to voting for the Mayor
and City Council (see related article on page 2), voters
will be asked to extend the home rule expenditure limit
Is Arizona growing smarter? It was seven years
option for another four years, allowing the City to spend
ago that the Arizona Legislature passed “Growing
the revenues it receives through taxation. The Chamber
Smarter,” designed to address growth issues in
supports extension of this option and is recommending
communities. The general plan for Prescott, ratiﬁed
a “yes” vote.
by voters in 2003, came about as the result of
Growing Smarter. Open space issues also are part
Voters have consistently approved the home rule
of Growing Smarter.
option each time it has appeared on the ballot. It has
been twenty-ﬁve years since expenditure limits were
The Arizona Department of Commerce directs
established in Arizona, but the base budget formula is
much of the oversight efforts for this legislation and
archaic and local governments were given the authority
is holding a series of “listening sessions” around the
to exceed the base formula with voter approval. Prescott
state. One such session will be held in Prescott on
relies heavily on sales tax revenue and, to some degree,
Monday, August 15, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., at the
property tax revenue to pay for basic services such as
County Administration Building, 1015 Fair Street.
police and ﬁre protection. The home rule option allows
the City to provide an adequate service level for the
The session is meant as an opportunity for
citizens to comment about the future growth of
our state, and how we can meet the challenges and
√ Home Rule
opportunities in the future. The Growing Smarter
legislation did not have speciﬁc tracking programs,
but the Governor did appoint an Oversight Council
to develop guiding principles to help shape our
Again, the home rule option appears on the primary
ballot, so watch for your ballot in the mail this month.
Free Trade: Maybe
After a couple years of debate, the Federal receiving written permission from each customer
Communication Commission’s “do not fax” rules to do so.
have been defeated. Many chambers around the
country fought hard for this and the U. S. Chamber The Senate has approved the Dominican
led a national coalition of business groups opposed Republic/Central America Free Trade Agreement
to the FCC’s original plan prohibiting the use of and the House was expected to take action by
faxing for regular business purposes. While no the end of July. It did pass the House Ways and
one argued that junk faxes should be controlled, Means Committee already. The Prescott Chamber
the original rules would have prohibited your is part of the national coalition urging passage of
ability to send faxes to your customers without ﬁrst DR-CAFTA, which will end tariffs on more than
80% of U. S. exports to those countries.
WATER CONSERVATION IS Small Business Help:
EVERYONE’S BUSINESS Brown Bag Workshop
With everyone watering their lawns and gardens
The Prescott Chamber of Commerce is teaming
during the dry months of June and July, it was
up with the Yavapai College Small Business
no surprise that the city began reaching its daily
Development Center to bring you a unique
pumping capacity. That prompted City Manager
opportunity designed to help your company gain
Steve Norwood to implement mandatory watering
that elusive competitive edge.
restrictions to ease the daily demand, and Prescott
businesses are encouraged to lead the way on water
On August 24, bring your lunch and join us for a
one-hour presentation titled “Effective Management
– The Art of Continuous Improvement.” During the
The simplest way to comply with the watering
workshop you will explore the differences between
restrictions is to set your outdoor landscape irrigation
system to water before 8 am or after 8 pm. If you leadership, entrepreneurship and management.
have an even-numbered street address, water on You’ll discover the importance of personal style
Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Those businesses to the continuous improvement of your business
with an odd-numbered address should water Tuesday, and, most importantly, learn why continuing
Thursday and Saturday. The Chamber has also asked improvement is a key to the long-term survival of
all restaurants to serve water only upon request. your business.
The odd-even watering system works well and The workshop will be held on the Yavapai
makes a noticeable difference in capacity. Flagstaff College Prescott Campus, 1100 E. Sheldon, in
has used a similar system for a few years now and it Building 32, Room 119, from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00
has been successful in reducing both pumping capacity p.m. The cost is just $15.00 and space is limited,
and water bills. Prescott’s restrictions also prohibit car so you are advised to make your reservations early.
washing at home and car washes conducted for charity Call SBDC at 776-2008 for reservations or for
purposes. additional information.
Two Surveys Need Your Participation
Information from the business community is participation in an effort to determine what is being
sometimes hard to gather, but two separate efforts discharged into the sewer system. The City’s Public Works
are under way now and your help is requested. The department is developing a pre-treatment program to
Chamber’s Economic Development Committee, in regulate wastewater discharges into the collection system.
cooperation with the City of Prescott, is currently The goals are to protect the wastewater treatment and
meeting with some sixty local, small to mid-size collection systems, to protect treated efﬂuent quality, and
manufacturers and other major employers to discuss to protect work health and safety, and to comply with
their growth plans and any impediments that may state and federal laws. Permits may be required for some
exist. This year’s survey is an update of a similar one businesses depending what is being discharged into the
done in 2003. The Chamber and the City will be sewer system.
evaluating the responses and will compare the results
to the previous survey to determine any trends. The If your business has received a survey form from the
survey form being used is a program developed in City, please take the time to complete the survey and
Arizona by APS and made available to communities return it to the City. The types of businesses that may need
around the state. Companies selected to participate permits in the future include industrial, manufacturing,
in this survey have received a letter from Mayor vehicle services, restaurants/food service, dry cleaners,
Simmons encouraging them to meet with survey medical facilities, grease recyclers, and septic waste haulers.
teams from the Chamber and City. For more information, call Public Works Engineer Bruce
Canavan at 777-1130.
More than 350 Prescott businesses have also
received a letter from the City asking for their
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You supply the ﬂyers and the Chamber does
Business-to-business marketing makes
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To reserve your space in the next
newsletter, call Jacquie Tobin at the Chamber,
445-2000, ext. 13.
Highlands Center for Natural History announced that Lisa Packard has joined the staff as Habitat Learning Coordinator.
Ms. Packard will devote 20 hours per week over the next two years working with teachers at Coyote Springs Elementary School.
During that time, a ﬁrst-through-ﬁfth-grade curriculum will be developed for use with the school’s new 8,000-square-foot schoolyard
habitat garden and in the classroom. The project is funded by the Coyote Springs PTO and tax credit donations from school
families and Highlands Center members. Ms. Packard has taught a wide range of subjects and grade levels and speaks both Spanish
and French. She has also taught environmental education in outdoor programs similar to those found at the Highlands Center.
Visual Pathways’ Automated Retinal Imaging System (ARIS) has been selected by the independent panel and editors of
R&D Magazine as one of the 100 most technologically signiﬁcant products in the category of Life Sciences introduced into the
marketplace over the past year. The winning of an R&D award provides a mark of excellence known to industry, government,
and academia as proof that the product is one of the most innovative ideas of the year. Visual Pathways President and CEO, Gary
Buck, cites this award as recognition of an important accomplishment in their continued efforts in “Preserving Vision. Preventing
Prescott Area Human Resources Association (PAHRA) invites you to the Employment Law Update 2005 on Thursday, August
25, 2005 at the Prescott Resort from 11:30 AM to 5:00 PM. The sessions topics will include Search, Seizure, Surveillance and Fair
Credit Reporting Act, Signs, Symbols, and Expressions: Religion in the Workplace, and a 2005 Legal and Legislative Update. Cost
of this event is $50.00 for any Arizona SHRM chapter member or $65.00 for non-members. Please ﬁll out and send in your
registration with check by August 12, 2005 to Julie Ayers, Human Resource Director, Yavapai County Government, 1015 Fair
Street, #338, Prescott, AZ 86305. Any questions please contact Julie Ayers at (928) 442-5157 or email Julie.email@example.com.
Valley Dental Equipment Company recently hired Bob Hickish to join its sales and services team. Hickish brings 25 years of
experience in dental-related services to the job, much of which came from his years in the Navy where he was a dental technician.
Hickish originally hails from Lancaster, Calif., before moving to Arizona three years ago. Valley Dental Equipment Company,
with ofﬁces in Tempe and Prescott, has been selling and servicing dental equipment in Arizona since 1992. For more information,
please call 888-778-4982 or visit valleydentalequipmentco.com.
CHAMBER CALENDAR Robert’s
AUGUST 2 0 0 5 Tourism Round-Up
by Robert Coombs, Tourist Info Mgr.
All events at Chamber ofﬁces, 117 W. Goodwin St., unless
We’d like to remind you about a few programs that the Chamber has
1 Monday Candidates Forum
6:30 – 9:00 p.m. Prescott Fine Arts Assoc.Theatre available to our members to help promote your business and increase
208 N. Marina your bottom line.
4 Thursday Business Before Hours BUSINESS CONTACT PROGRAM: This program includes our
8:00 a.m. Wells Fargo Bank Relocation & Tourist Packet mailings, and allows you to insert a tri-
3186 Willow Creek Road fold brochure of your business into either packet. Your cost is just
25¢ per packet mailing. Our monthly average of 200 - 400 requests
9 Tuesday Economic Development for each packet means a lot of exposure for your company at minimal
7:30 a.m. Committee cost.
11 Thursday Transportation Committee RELOCATION E-LIST: This list is generated from all the relocation
7:30 a.m. packet requests we receive from folks interested in relocating to the
Prescott area. On average, we receive 300 requests per month. You
11 Noon New Member Orientation pay just $120 for this lead list, which is e-mailed directly to you.
18 Thursday Women in Business ADD YOUR EVENT TO OUR WEBSITE: Get your special event
Noon Luncheon posted on our website for added exposure. To post your event, go to
Hassayampa Inn www.prescott.org and click on News & Events, and then on Add An
Event. Fill out the easy on-line form and you’re done!
18 5:30 p.m. Business After Hours
Friendly Pines Camp
Please call Robert at 445-2000, ext. 22, with any questions you may
Friendly Pines Road
have or for more information on these Chamber programs designed
30 Tuesday Government Affairs
to promote your business.
7:30 a.m. Committee
EXCITING UPCOMING AUGUST EVENTS!
8TH Annual Arizona Shakespeare Festival Antique Auto Club & Parts Exchange 18th Annual Cowboy Poets Gathering
August 5-7th, 12th-14th /Tickets at 443-9220 August 6th-7th/Gates open at 5:30AM August 18th-20th/9AM-5PM
Ruth Street Theater Watson Lake Park Sharlot Hall Museum
Arizona Cardinals Training Camp Antique & Classic Car Show
August 22-24 (See page 4 for times) Saturday August 20th/7AM-3PM
Ken Lindley Field Cortez St. (Between Willis & Sheldon)
THE CHAMBER WELCOMES THE FOLLOWING NEW MEMBERS…
AMERICAN FURNITURE COMPANY BACKWAY’S PHYSICAL THERAPY, PLLC NANCY N. BLUM, DO, PLC
1801 E. Hwy. 69 250 S. McCormick St. Family Practice
Prescott, AZ 86301-5665 Prescott, AZ 86303 3105 A Clearwater Dr.
777-9700 777-8050 Prescott, AZ 86305
Contact: Gary Dethloff Contact: Ruth Backway 717-1600
Furniture & Accessories Comprehensive physical therapy services, Contact: Nancy Blum
specializing in personalized treatment programs. Family medical practice. Providing care for all
ANNIE MILLER/PRUDENTIAL Programs also available for osteoporosis & balance ages from birth through elder care.
FOOTHILLS REAL ESTATE dysfunctions. Physicians
120 E. Sheldon St. Physical Therapy
Prescott, AZ 86301 BUILT BY YOU
445-2728 BIN 239 1763 Oak Dr.
Contact: Annie Miller 239 N. Marina St. Chino Valley, AZ 86323
All aspects of real estate: New construction Prescott, AZ 86301 636-2263
experience. Remodels. Interior Design. 445-3855 Contact: Trinidee Shelton
Real Estate Associate Contact: Karen Keller Consulting with owner-builders through the
Cafe-wine bar. Large selection of ﬁne wines from building process, and design of home construction
8 CA., WA., OR., AUS., ITALY. Enjoy great food, documents.
excellent service in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Construction Consulting & Design
NEW CHAMBER MEMBERS - CONT -
COOK ‘N THYME STEPHEN LINN, MD., LLC STOCKMEN’S BANK
3250 Gateway Blvd., #144 3108 Clearwater Dr., Ste. A 800 Miller Valley Rd.
Prescott, AZ 86303 Prescott, AZ 86305 Prescott, AZ 86301
771-9600 541-1250 771-0893
Contact: Linda Howe Contact: Stephen Linn Contact: John Seim
Quality kitchen gourmet tools, gadgets & food, Gynecology and comprehensive health care for Local decision-making. Commercial lending.
fine german cutlery, cookware and service. women. Customer service.
Cooking classes. Canning classes in summer Physicians Banks
Kitchen Accessories & Cooking Classes MANGOSTEEN 4 US SWEETTART
181 N. Equestrian Way 125 N. Cortez St.
D.C. TRANSPORT Prescott, AZ 86303 Prescott, AZ 86301
12824 Humboldt St 777-9266 443-8587
Humboldt AZ 86329 Contact: Julia & Rick Irrgang Contact: Judy Culbertson
899-2043 Direct marketing of XANGO, the leader in European-style bakery and cafe.
Contact: Richard or Mickie Palecki Mangosteen juice. Xango, the future of health Restaurants
Airports, Grand Canyon trips, casino’s. Anywhere and wellness.
you might want to travel in AZ. Health Foods/Beverages SWIFT FEET
Transportation 130 W. Gurley St.
MARILYN “DINNY” HENZE Prescott, AZ 86301
DESIGN BY JOANNE P. O. Box 12020 443-9339
P O Box 12882 Prescott, AZ 86304-2020 Contact: Michael Zenzel
Prescott AZ 86304-2882 777-8064 Running & walking shoes. Technical apparel,
458-0268 Contact: Marilyn Henze socks, hydrating equipment, trail supplies,
Contact: Joanne Moorhouse Individual orthotics and foot beds.
Graphic Design Shoes
EASY REST SLEEP SHOP, INC. WILLIAMS-CHECK REALTY TIMBERS RESTAURANT
100 Josephine St. 920 Black Dr. 1317 E. Gurley St.
Prescott, AZ 86305 Prescott, AZ 86305 Prescott, AZ 86301
445-9692 520-405-1075(c) 778-1427
Contact: Carlos Villanueva Contact: Mona Brown-Schooley Contact: Scott Roberts
Stress-O-Pedic, Tempur-pedic mattresses and Specialize in luxury properties, land and log homes, Restaurants
pillows. Bedroom furniture, day beds, trundles, condos and golf properties. Williamson Valley area
rollaways, bunkbeds and accessories specialist. TRI-CITIES HOME SERVICE
Retail Sales Real Estate Associate SOLUTIONS, INC
3390 Sunﬂower Dr.
GOLDBERG & OSBORNE PRESCOTT HOME FURNISHINGS Prescott, AZ 86305
150 E. Sheldon St., Ste. 113 226 N. Montezuma St. 443-0214
Prescott, AZ 86301 Prescott, AZ 86301 Contact: Jennifer Baker
777-8453 713-8981 Handyman Service
Contact: Yvonne Hollis Contact: Steve Schott
Accident, Injury Lawyers Furniture & Accessories
Attorneys U. S. ARMY PRESCOTT RECRUITING
PROUDLY WE HAIL STATION
GRAND CANYON FINANCIAL GROUP 240 S. Montezuma St., Ste. #206 3250 Gateway Blvd., Ste. #252
735 W. Gurley St. Prescott, AZ 86303 Prescott, AZ 86303
Prescott, AZ 86301 520-831-0921 443-8958
443-8583 Contact: Don Jepsen Contact: Theodore Polanco
Contact: Nancy Berkowicz Veterans and surviving spouses pension beneﬁts Government
Financial Services/Consulting for no-cost and low-cost non-medical home care
and assistance. UNITED RENTALS
HANCOCK CHIROPRACTIC P.C. Veterans Pension Beneﬁts 3251 Tower Dr.
805 Whipple St., Ste. B Prescott, AZ 86305
Prescott, AZ 86301 QUIK TOUCH AUTOMOTIVE 776-1119
445-5607 APPEARANCE CENTER Contact: James Warren
Contact: Ginger Hancock 209 N. McCormick St. From rental equipment to contractor supplies,
Chiropractic treatment. Nutritional analysis Prescott 86301 you can count on United Rentals to be your
(NAET). Allergy treatment, blood & hair 776-7779 one-stop source for all of the tools you will need
analysis. Therapeutic exercise. Listen to our live Contact: Kermit Hunt to get the job done.
show, Saturday mornings @10:00 a.m., KYCA Professional automotive detailing, paintless dent Equipment Rentals-Sales
1490-am removal, Paint touch-up
Chiropractors Automobile Detail & Paint VILMA GRALLER/REALTY EXECUTIVES
503 E. Gurley St.
LEON IVIE & ASSOC. (dba: i.e., IVIE KEVIN ROWLEY/EXIT REALTY FAR WEST Prescott, AZ 86301
EXCHANGE) 508 Dougherty 899-5030
1543 Marvin Gardens Prescott, AZ 86305 Contact: Vilma Graller
Prescott, AZ 86301 Contact: Kevin Rowley Specializing in residential, horse property, vacant
776-1071 Real Estate: buy, sell, investment land, investment properties.
Contact: Leon Ivie Real Estate Associate Real Estate Associate
Real Estate & Investments
LINDA K. HIPPE/COLDWELL BANKER 126 N. Marina St., #115
225 E. Sheldon St. Prescott, AZ 86301
Prescott, AZ 86301 776-0391
776-0888 Contact: Steven Lucas
Contact: Linda K Hippe Investments
Real Estate Associate 9
MEMBERSHIP MEMBERSHIP CHANGES &
1973 Christian Academy of Prescott
Dwight Bennett, Principal
Best Western Prescottonian Motel
1974 Bob Johnston
Executive Brokers Realty, LLC
USA Real Estate Ventures, LLC
Mr. Jesse Thomas Address Changes
Davis Financial Services
3108 Clearwater Dr., Ste. B2, 86305-7131
Bob & Carolee Gray Design By Joanne
P. O. Box 12882, 86304-2882
1985 Jean Painter, Harmony Integrated Medicine
Mountain View Manor 1000 Willow Creek Rd., Ste. A
Home Quest Realty
300 E. Willis St., Ste. A
Morgan Sign Co.
704 E. Moeller St., 86302-2616
Shaffer Steward Group
Realty Executives Prescott Area
141 S. McCormick St., #106, 86303
Prairie Rose Boutique
Toni & Gary Hirn
Prescott Pines Inn
Thomas Kinkade Signature Gallery
Lindal Cedar Homes
Independently Distributed by Prescott Designer
Lynx Creek Unlimited, LLC
Local ORVIS dealer
Magic 99.1 FM/KNOT AM 1450
MEMBER-TO-MEMBER DISCOUNT DIRECTORY
Do business with Chamber members and save money! Each month, look for discount
opportunities in the newsletter. If you’d like to offer a discount in future issues,
call Jacquie Tobin at the Chamber, 445-2000 ext. 13
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10% items Peter Q. Willits
Fee 1 yr home warranty w/sale/listing
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT-SUPPLIES PHOTOGRAPHERS -
ALLIANCE HOME CARE PHOTOGRAPHY LeAnn Carver/ Century 21 Stone Realty
702 W Hillside Ave A PORTRAIT PARK BY J South
928-717-1560 1515 Thumb Butte Rd Le Ann Carver
10% 928-776-1311 404 S Montezuma St
MOBILE HOMES- RV PARKS $300.00 off escrow
COUNTRY WEST MOBILE HOME/ DUSTY TRAIL MEDIA
RV PARK P O Box 1689 Century 21 Stone Realty
853 N Hwy 89 Ofﬁce 928-717-2041 Cecelia Wilson
928-636-2000 10% 605 E Gurley St
10% off RV section weekly rate 928-445-9750
PICTURE FRAMING Free home warrany at closing or $300 off
MORTGAGES & CONTRACTS HALL OF FRAMES escrow costs.
THUMB BUTTE MORTGAGE INC 3250 Gatway Blvd #216
233 N Alarcon St 928-772-8505 ERA NATIONAL
928-442-3000 10% REALTY OF AZ
Free appraisal at closing Joe & Mallory Jackson
PLUMBING CONTRACTORS 222 W Gurley St
MOVERS -STORAGE-MINI MR ROOTER PLUMBING 928-777-2328
LUCKY SEVEN TRANSFER 1011 Commerce Dr Free home warranty with purchase of
8601 E Loredo Dr 928-772-7223 home
928-772-7700 20% off standard pricing
10% off moving rates REALTY EXECUTIVES
PRINTERS TONY PFALZGRAF
OPTOMETRY/OPTICAL INSTY-PRINTS 1301 E Gurley St
EYECARE ASSOCIATES OF 437 A Miller Valley Rd 928-776-9801
PRESCOTT 928-776-8888 Free 1 yr home warranty with home
1024 Willow Creek Rd 10% sale/listing
10% off optical goods
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Thursday, August 4
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Wells Fargo Bank
3186 Willow Creek Road
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Friendly Pines Road
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