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Need2Know: Big O Tires in Prescott sells; Spicy Streats moves; That Salad Place is open; new integrative health care facility opening

Prescott Big O Tires sells

Jeff Anderson has sold Big O Tires in Prescott to longtime acquaintance Russell Lease.


Russell Lease is the new owner of the Big O Tires location in Prescott. He recently bought the business from longtime owner Jeff Anderson. (Max Efrein/Courier)

Anderson, 57, opened the Prescott Big O Tires location in 1987 and then the company’s Prescott Valley location in 1991.

Lease, 34, has co-owned the Prescott Valley location for three years and was the only person Anderson trusted with taking over the Prescott location.

“I’ve known Russell for many, many, many years,” Anderson said. “He’s a fantastic individual.”

“It was such an honor,” Lease said about being asked to take over the Prescott location.

Lease intends to continue running the business as Anderson did and keeping the same employees.

That Salad Place opens

Salad lovers now have a new spot to try in Prescott. Called That Salad Place, the business allows customers to build salads to their liking or select from a menu of popular options.

“Our model is simple: to make custom, made-to-order salads, offering a multitude of options and variety to please anybody’s personal taste,” according to its website. “We will continue to offer an alternative and help change the landscape of what it means to be ‘fast food.’”

The business is located at 1201 Iron Springs Road. For more information, call That Salad Place at 928-227-1629.

Spicy Streats moves

Spicy Streats — formerly El Penguino — has relocated from its original location along Sheldon Street to 1201 Iron Springs Road.

The restaurant is owned and managed by three local brothers and specializes in Mexican street food.

For more information, call the restaurant at 928-277-8210.

New integrative health care facility

The Health and Healing Center is Prescott’s newest integrative health care facility.


Spicy Streats and That Salad Place both recently set up shop at 1201 Iron Springs Road. Spicy Streats moved from its previous location on Sheldon Street and That Salad Place is a new business in town. (Max Efrein/Courier)

Located at 1237 N. Rhinestone Drive, the facility accommodates an IV therapy suite, lecture room, teaching kitchen, and a hydrotherapy/sauna/massage suite.

“Our doctors and licensed professionals focus on healing and regeneration, rather than disease management,” according to a news release.

The business is hosting a grand opening event from 2 to 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12, with special discounts, health presentations, cooking demonstrations and raffle drawings.

For more information, visit www.HealthAndHealing.Center or call 928-515-2363.

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