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Originally Published: October 23, 2016 6 a.m.
Bashford Courts sees shift in stores
Heart and Soul, a women’s clothing boutique in Bashford Courts Atrium Mall, closed its doors on Sept. 30. A new shop called Zemado has just filled that space. Owned by two sisters, Zemado sells custom-made home décor and accessories.
Downstairs from the new shop is another recent addition to the indoor shopping plaza, a dedicated Natural Life location. The product line was already being offered by Foot Fetish Clothing Co. within Bashford Courts, but the products sold so well that Foot Fetish’s owner Bob Casden decided to work with Natural Life to open an independent location in Prescott. Natural Life offers everything from clothes and accessories to gifts and home décor.
Natural Life filled a space previously occupied by Revised, which merged into a second space within the plaza it already occupied as well.
Brewing company celebrates birthday
To celebrate their three years in business, the owners of Lonesome Valley Brewing in Prescott Valley are hosting a weeklong party.
Starting this Monday, Oct. 25, the brewpub will have special menu offerings and events going on each day.
For more information, call 928-515-3541.
Zounds Hearing reaches milestone
Zounds Hearing Clinic recently served its 1,000th patient.
Dusty and Dee Spitler opened the Prescott Zounds Hearing in Frontier Village Shopping Center in 2013. The Spitlers continue to be rated in the top 5 percent of all Zounds clinics across the nation.
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