Originally Published: March 27, 2016 6:01 a.m.
La-Z-Boy coming to Prescott Valley
It might be time to get a deluxe recliner to go with that 40-inch flat screen television.
The furniture store La-Z-Boy will be setting up shop in Prescott Valley in late summer, according to a public spokeswoman for the company. It will be located in the Crossroads Shopping Center, 5584 E State Route 69.
“In doing market research and looking at our current customer base, it was obvious that many Prescott Valley shoppers were making the trek to purchase from our valley stores,” said the spokeswoman, Jennifer Chandos.
The PV store will represent a new design format for La-Z-Boy, and will be branded as La-Z-Boy Home Furnishings & Décor, she said.
In addition to offering family room furniture, the PV location will offer bedroom and dining room furniture and a full-service, free In-Home Design Service.
Take a load off
Amazing Foot Spa now has a Prescott Valley location.
It’s located at 7762 E. Florentine, Suite A (next to Carquest Auto Parts).
The company offers Chinese reflexology/accupoint massage and has had a Prescott location in the Depot Marketplace, 3194 Willow Creek Road, for about 18 months.
Local jewelers gain recognition for designs
Dave Rabellino and Kevin O’Neill from The Artful Eye, Jewelry Design Center in Prescott were recently honored by their peers when three of their original jewelry designs were selected as a winners in a national jewelry design contest held at the semi-annual conference of the Independent Jewelers Organization (IJO) in Orlando, Florida.
The winning pieces were all original creations hand crafted in the jewelers’ workshop at The Artful Eye Jewelers at 124 S. Montezuma Street in downtown Prescott. The Artful Eye, Jewelry Design Center is the exclusive IJO member in the Prescott area.
Prescott Valley Kohl’s makes the cut
Kohl’s recently released a list of 18 stores it will be closing by mid-June. The Prescott Valley Kohl’s is not on the list.
The company said the stores represent less than 1 percent of total sales nationwide, and closing them is expected to cut costs by roughly $45 million.
The company said it plans to pilot seven new smaller format stores in various regions around the country.
Prescott financial firm seminar on energy investments
Andy Tomlinson Wealth Management will be hosting a free seminar titled “The Truth About Oil” at 11:45 a.m. on Thursday, March 31.
Taking place at in the Marina Room at the Hassayampa Inn in downtown Prescott, the seminar will go over energy supply chain investment strategies.
The guest speaker will be Nick Brown, vice president and client portfolio manager at Cushing Asset Management.
There is limited seating, so the firm asks those interested in participating to reserve a spot by calling 928-776-1031.
Calling all vendors and consignors
Batterman’s Auction is looking for vendors and consignors to join a spring/summer outdoor flea market it is kicking off in April.
It will take place every Sunday from 8 a.m. to noon in the business’s parking lot starting April 3 and going through Oct. 30.
Those looking to sell their goods at the weekly event may rent a 10-by-10-foot space from the owners for $25 plus tax. Tables can be brought or rented for $10.
To join the list of vendors & consignors, email the owners at email@example.com or call them at 928-445-6787.
Licensed vendors will be responsible for sale transactions and manage their own tax responsibilities. New or existing consignors are welcome - transactions will be processed through Batterman’s, and consigners will be paid the 10th of every month as per contract.
In Your Space Consulting owner earns national designation
In Your Space Consulting owner Barbara Kult recently earned a National Association of Senior Move Managers home specialist designation during the association’s 2016 annual conference in San Antonio, Texas.
As part of the association’s Aging in Place initiative, Kult earned the NASMM@Home specialist designation, one association leaders say enables those professionals to assist aging seniors who opt to stay in their home, according to an In Your Space Consulting news release.
“Extensive research indicates future generations of older adults, including some of the population we currently serve, are less inclined to move to senior living communities in later life than the World War II/Depression era generation,” said Mary Kay Buysse, NASMM’s Executive Director, in the news release. “NASMM members who earn the NASMM@HOME Specialist designation can now effectively assist clients who need to move, as well as those who prefer to remain in their homes.”
“Moving may not be the best decision for an older adult or aging family member right now — due to personal choice, financial considerations, etc. But they may still desire a change,” Kult said in the news release. “Later in life, our homes can often become cluttered with our ‘stuff,’ and it’s natural to be overwhelmed by the daunting prospect of downsizing, de-cluttering, organizing and discarding. As a NASMM@HOME Specialist, I can help older adults adapt their home for who they are now!”
“Did You Know…”
… Northern Arizona Woodworking, a locally owned cabinet and countertop company in the community for over 21 years has remodeled, expanded and upgraded their showroom?
The company has been providing cabinetry, counter tops, cabinet re-facing and refinishing throughout northern Arizona.
Call the NAW team at 928-772-3779 or visit them at 8875 E. Laredo Drive, Prescott Valley.
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