Show Your Boarding Pass and Save!

by Margo Christensen, Ponderosa Hotel Management Services, LLC Who wouldn’t want an easy way to save $50? And even better, who wouldn’t want to help a friend or family member traveling to Prescott save $50? SpringHill Suites by Marriott in downtown Prescott (next to Sprouts) is offering a $50 per stay credit just by showing … Read More…

Prescott’s Efforts to Promote Tourism

by Staff Reports Canadian residents seem to have a thing for Prescott, with our northern neighbor ranking as the City’s No. 1 visiting country. And according to the Prescott Chamber of Commerce Official Visitors Center, the UK, Germany, Australia, Belgium and France are not far behind. Last year, Prescott welcomed 115 German visitors who were … Read More…

Good Leadership — Do You Need It?

by Sheri L. Heiney, ASBC, President and CEO, Prescott Chamber of Commerce Good leadership is incredibly important for any business regardless of size. Whether an individual is an owner, executive, director, manager or supervisor, that person’s success is a byproduct of good leadership. Business leadership inspires employees to achieve common goals. Successful leaders do not … Read More…

Chamber Celebrates 45 Years of Serving

Photo caption: Top left to right: Treasurer Jim Cabral, Directors Steve Bracety, Jose Bautista, Scribe Eric Strobel, Director Donna Laxson Lower left to right: Past Chair Erin Vredeveld, Chairman Chris Graff and Chair-elect Kevin Ray Not pictured: Directors Dan Streeter, Robbie Houle and Frank Almendarez by Marnie Uhl, President & CEO, Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce … Read More…

Get It In Writing

by Joel T. Fornara, Attorney, Musgrove Drutz Kack & Flack, PC Many people think a “contract” is a written agreement, but they’re wrong. A “contract” is actually a legal determination. In Arizona, courts will enforce oral contracts unless they fall within the statute of frauds, a doctrine that requires certain contracts to be in writing … Read More…

Taking Control of Taxes

by John Dombroski, Jr., President of Grand Canyon Planning Associates, LLC When it comes to saving for retirement, getting an early start on setting up a financial plan is the best thing you can do for yourself. It’s important to develop good habits early on in order to maximize savings and take advantage of compounding. … Read More…

Do Your Investments Match Your Risk Tolerance?

by Ronald Stevenson and Barbara Clark Stevenson In today’s uncertain financial landscape, we believe it is more important than ever to establish a well-maintained portfolio that can help you reach your financial goals. Your portfolio needs to not only meet your need for capital, but also provide you with financial peace of mind. While there’s … Read More…