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Need2Know: Rue 21 on the move; Riliberto’s coming to PV; Goodwill supports vets; medical spa now at mall

Scott Tricario, Goodwill of Central Arizona District manager, gives $1,000 worth of Wal-Mart gift cards to Skye Biasetti, operations manager for US VETS and Coordinator of the StandDown for Veterans.

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Scott Tricario, Goodwill of Central Arizona District manager, gives $1,000 worth of Wal-Mart gift cards to Skye Biasetti, operations manager for US VETS and Coordinator of the StandDown for Veterans.

Rue 21 and Riliberto’s move to Prescott Valley

After about a decade at the Prescott Gateway Mall, the clothing and accessories retail store Rue 21 will be relocating to the Crossroads shopping center in Prescott Valley in the fall, according to assistant store manager Jessica Kirkland.

Rue 21 will be filling one of two spaces in a building currently under construction alongside the recently opened Ross Dress for Less, she said. A tenant for the other space has not been found yet, said Town of Prescott Valley planner Carmen Ogden.

In food news, Riliberto’s will soon be joining the ranks of Filiberto’s and Aliberto’s in the quad-city area.

The 24/7 fast Mexican food chain is currently in the construction phase next to the KFC in Prescott Valley along Highway 69, Ogden said. Completion of the building and an anticipated opening date are yet to be determined.

Goodwill donates $1,000 in gift cards to StandDown for Veterans

Goodwill of Central Arizona has donated $1,000 worth of Wal-Mart gift cards to StandDown for Veterans.

The donated money came from a grant provided to Goodwill by Boeing designed to support Veterans in Phoenix, Prescott and Yuma areas.

The gift cards will be distributed at the Northern Arizona Veteran StandDown event taking place at the Frontier Village Center Sept. 23 and 24.

Laserium MedSpa open at mall

A medical spa specializing in laser hair removal, laser fat-cell reduction, cellulite and body contour recently opened inside the Prescott Gateway Mall next to Dillard’s.

For more information, call 928-445-0555.

Prescott DermaLift Clinic expansion

The Prescott DermaLift Clinic has moved to expanded facilities at 1000 Ainsworth Drive, Suite 1C. The clinic is Arizona’s only provider of the Quantum Hydration Facial, a new technology to restore skin non-invasively. The clinic will be hosting seminars at 5 p.m. on July 20, Aug. 24 and Sept. 21. Reservations are recommended by calling 928 713 6907.

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