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Biz Buzz: Local Business News for June 13th

By Marshel Couso

Welcome to our weekly feature dedicated to covering Susanville and Lassen County’s business scene! Grand openings, new employees, renovations, new hours… each week we’ll keep you up to date with important information about the businesses you rely on.

Alliance for Workforce Development
Alliance for Workforce Development’s Susanville location, at 1626 Main Street, STE B, known for years to older residents as The Patio Store, just got a major facelift with a new paint job.


Northeastern Rural Health Clinics
Northeastern Rural Health Clinics is now offering American Heart Association Basic Life Support training by licensed vocational nurse, Denise Ramsey.

Ramsey, an authorized AHA training provider says, “It’s quick, super affordable and we can even come to you.”

“This course is specifically designed for those looking to learn high performance CPR techniques, ventilation and 2-rescuer CPR. With this certificate you’ll have the skills to respond confidently and effectively in emergency situations.”

This course includes training in adult, child and infant CPR, AED training, bag-valve mask ventilation, two-rescuer CPR and adult and infant choking care.

As an American Heart Association course, this class meets all CPR requirements for any healthcare job or school program that requires Basic Life Support Certification.

Basic Life Support classes are $60.00 per person, this includes the class, test and certification. They can also accommodate larger groups and can give discounts for groups of twenty or more. To get started call Ramsey at 1.530.251.5000 ext. 1434. You can also email her at [email protected].


Thompson Peak Lavender
Thompson Peak Lavender, a family-owned business at 465-000 Blevins Lane in Janesville, will be holding their summer grand opening June 29th, from 3:00 to 8:00p.m.

“We are incredibly thankful for the support our community has given us! We have wanted to have a U-cut lavender farm since 2015. We are excited to say we have finally done it and are so excited to provide a beautiful area for everyone to enjoy!”

The Grand Opening will be an evening filled with music, unique products and you can experience the U-Cut Lavender Field yourself!

“We provide safety sheers, rubber bands, and baskets so you can roam our beautiful fields to find the perfect lavender,” explains owner Celeste Wiser.

Each bundle of lavender is just $5!

Interested vendors are also invited to take part in the event. You can email Celeste at [email protected] to join in the fun.

For more information you can visit the Thompson Peak Lavender website.


Artisan Coffee
Artisan Coffee at 464-440 S. Church Street in Janesville will be holding a Pop-Up Craft Fair will some amazing local vendors this Saturday, June 15th, from 9:00a.m. until 1:00p.m.

The event will feature ceramics, jewelry, soaps, baskets, pastries, bread, woodwork and more.

Organizer Norma DeBaker says, “we have added a wood and metal worker, BBee’s Honey in Doyle, plus pine needle baskets, ceramics by Linda Erway and Isabel Judge, soaps and creams by Leah Holloway, Susan Dunklau’s denims and of course beautiful jewelry by Kelly Harlow and so many other talented vendors… just to name a few. We we also have antiques and collectibles.”

Come find that special graduation or Father’s Day gift! For more information call 1.530.253.3000.


All Season Heating & Air
With the scorching summer days ahead, keeping your cool is more important than ever. All Season Heating and Air is offering an exclusive summer special through the end of July – $20 off Air Conditioning service.

“Whether you’re relying on traditional air conditioning units, swamp coolers, or mini splits, we’ve got you covered,” explains owner Kyle Baumiller. “Why wait until the heat becomes unbearable?”

Take advantage of All Season’s limited-time offer and ensure your equipment is in top shape for the sweltering months ahead. Their annual maintenance service is not only a proactive step to address any potential issues but also a smart investment in extending the lifespan of your AC unit.

Baumiller says that All Season be rolling out specials and discounts until the end of the year. Don’t miss out on future deals – like and follow their Facebook page to stay up-to-date on all our promotions!

“Our team is committed to customer satisfaction with our install crews and service techs but we want to take it one step further and help out our customers by offers discounts to ensure they can be comfortable in their homes or businesses throughout the year.”

Call All Season Heating today at 1.530.257.7202 or visit their office at 922 Main Street.


Is something noteworthy happening with your business? Let us know about it! Each Thursday morning, we present a round-up of interesting news from the Lassen County business scene and we want to hear from you. E-mail your business news to Marshel at [email protected].

Marshel Couso
Marshel Cousohttp://www.susanvillestuff.com
SusanvilleStuff Owner/Publisher
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