Need2Know: Lucy’s Machine Co. moves to Prescott Valley; new office for Sumner Commercial Real Estate; and Cowboy Country Antiques has new hours
Lucy’s Machine Co. moves to Prescott Valley
Lucy’s Machine Company, a supplier of a variety of machine tool accessories and adaptors, has relocated to 7256 E. 2nd Street in Prescott Valley from a California plant.
Lucy’s was founded by Eddie Russell in 1972 in Huntington Park, California. The new machine shop started out manufacturing precision components for the growing Southern California aerospace industry, and then began to specialize in machine tool parts, accessories and adaptors. In 1984, David Russell, who had started working at Lucy’s during high school, took over the business.
“In 2017, after researching many other towns and cities, Lucy’s Machine Co., Inc. made the decision to relocate to Prescott Valley due to its family and business friendly atmosphere,” he said. “We are looking forward to contributing to the Town of Prescott Valley.”
Lucy’s makes spindle liners, draw tubes and bars, chuck adaptor plates, air chuck distributor ring mounting brackets, chuck jaws, and bar support stands.
New office for Sumner Commercial Real Estate
Sumner Commercial Real Estate has opened a new office in Prescott, located at 201 N. Montezuma, Suite 205. Jack Fowler, CCIM, a long-time commercial broker in the Prescott area, is manager of the Prescott office. Mark Duncan, a broker who specializes in “business opportunity” sale and acquisitions, is also at the Prescott location. Contact Jack Fowler at 928-899-1378 or Mark Duncan at 928-899-5218.
Cowboy Country Antiques has new hours
Cowboy Country Antiques is now open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., seven days a week.
The store, located at 324 S. Montezuma St., has a “general store” atmosphere. They buy, sell or trade, and dealers are welcome. Vendor booths are available.
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