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Tourism, Agriculture Driving Quad Cities’ Robust Economy

When you look around the greater Quad Cities, signs of a strong economy include new construction and the steady stream of cars driven by out-of-town visitors.   At an Arizona Association for Economic Development event last month, economist Jim Rounds said growth can be important for rural regions. “While tourism may not be the highest paying […]

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Drones Earning their Space in the Sky 

Entrepreneurs Andrew and Katy McQuality were so energized about launching a drone photography business that they became first in Yavapai County to take and pass the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) test to obtain the required Remote Pilot License.   They have since joined a flourishing global industry that analysts at BI Intelligence predict will top $12 […]

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Women In Business Werking

Making Moves that Count 

Social media and digital marketing entrepreneur Donna Werking elevated stepping out of one’s comfort zone to new heights in April, performing a fiery samba with local dance professional Zach Leonard to help the Boys & Girls Club of Central Arizona (BGCCA) raise more than $220,000.   For this second year of the hugely popular Dancing for the […]

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Chef Lisa Dahl Expanding Culinary Empire with Two New Restaurants

Sedona Chef Lisa Dahl, owner and executive chef of Dahl Restaurant Group, is expanding her restaurant concepts with the debut of a “couture-burger lounge,” Butterfly Burger, and a second location for her fast-casual, wood-fired pizzeria, Pisa Lisa. Both restaurants will be located in the Village of Oak Creek within Sedona Vista Village, a redevelopment project […]

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Wine Tour Benefits NAU Student

Some lucky Northern Arizona University transfer student will soon be toasting benefactors, thanks to a combined social and philanthropic wine tasting tour organized by the NAU Alumni Prescott chapter.  Two dozen NAU alums and supporters visited the Southwest Wine Center (SWC) located on the Yavapai College Clarkdale campus last month. They took an educational tour […]

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Subaru Expanding, Pledging to Give Back 

Successful sales and increasing service requests are such that Subaru-Prescott is demolishing its old facility and replacing it with a contemporary 24,000-square-foot building at 3230 Willow Creek Road on the northeast edge of the city.  General Manager Dave “Mac” Macfarlane says substantial population growth in the greater community and increasing demand for Subaru automotive products […]

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Mandalay Homes

Mandalay Homes Anticipating Solid Growth  

With new homes under construction throughout the Quad Cities area, officials with Mandalay Homes are optimistic about future home sales.  Currently, Mandalay Homes has operations underway in Prescott, Prescott Valley and Chino Valley, with its home office in Prescott.    “What we think makes our homes unique is that our construction processes are designed to be […]

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Social Media Marketers are Promoting Video   

One, one thousand… two, one thousand… three, one thousand: Time’s up. If you have not bonded with your audience in the first three seconds of social media viewing, you regrettably may have surrendered your immediate advantage to sway consumers’ hearts and minds. Local marketing experts recommend integrating video as your best play for attaining optimal […]

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