Need2Know: FooteWork celebrating 20 years; Sam’s has not sold; Golden Nugget rentals holds open house; Northern Arizona Pain Institute offers new treatment
FooteWork turns 20
In January 1998, Ken Foote opened FooteWork Auto License and Title Service. It would become northern Arizona’s first authorized third-party Motor Vehicle Department office.
Now, FooteWork is celebrating 20 years in business, operating four third-party MVD offices in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Cottonwood and Williams, and employing a staff of more than 30.
In the beginning, FooteWork was a “title service” – meaning Ken went to people’s homes and businesses to pick up their title paperwork and took it to the MVD for them. In 1999, FooteWork was accepted into the Authorized Third Party Provider Program and opened its first office in Prescott.
FooteWork began issuing driver’s licenses at its Prescott offices in June 2015, and now, FooteWork’s Prescott, Prescott Valley and Cottonwood offices issue Arizona Driver’s Licenses, State IDs and Child IDs.
Call 928-771-9015 for more information.
Rumor patrol: Sam’s Club not yet sold
The rumor that the Sam’s Club building in Prescott Valley has already been sold is not true, said Ben Hooper, economic development coordinator for the Town of Prescott Valley.
“I don’t think it’s even on the market yet,” he added.
The Sam’s Club, 5757 E. Highway 69, closed Friday, Jan. 26, as one of 63 nationwide that parent-company Walmart shuttered.
Grand Opening of Golden Nugget Vacation Rentals
The public will have their first chance to see the newly renovated Montezuma Apartments, 226 S. Montezuma in Prescott, when they re-open as Golden Nugget Vacation Rentals, from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23, for an open house.
The two former apartments have been transformed into state-of-the-art lodging, after a year of work. Also open will be Figgy’s Trading Post in the newly-renovated former Oldsmobile car dealership in back of the Golden Nugget.
Northern Arizona Pain Institute offers osteoarthritis treatment
Northern Arizona Pain Institute, an integrative clinic that treats chronic pain, is now offering non-surgical treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee through visco-supplementation therapy. It is a procedure involving the injection of gel-like substances into the knee joint to supplement the viscous properties of synovial fluid.
Robert J. Brownsberger, MD is the medical director of Northern Arizona Pain Institute. Call 928-458-7343 for more information.
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