Biz Bits 02/26
A Nevada City advertising and graphic design firm recently snagged two key contracts for performing arts organizations – one for a longtime Nevada City group and the other in Stockton.
Brook Design Group will craft marketing materials for the Stockton Symphony, which includes the seasonal design of brochures and programs. The group also will plan the 2008-09 marketing campaign for Music in the Mountains.
Brook has created ticket brochures, programs, and ad campaigns for Music in the Mountains for 14 years.
For more information, visit http://www.brookdesign.com or call 265-6817.
Wolf Mountain Day Spa was recognized with a key national honor from the Day Spa Association earlier this month.
The Grass Valley business received the distinguished day spa award for 2008.
The award was granted for spa menu, quality service, client commitment and offering a nurturing client and staff environment.
Miriam Lytle, the spa’s owner, received the award at a three-day forum in Las Vegas.
Lytle bought the spa in June 2006. Wolf Mountain Day Spa is at 15688 Johnson Place.
For more information, call 477-2340.
The Butte Sierra District Dental Society named several local area residents to leadership positions earlier this month.
Steve Leighty, a Grass Valley oral surgeon, was named president. Paul Evans, a Grass Valley general dentist, was named treasurer. Jean Creasey, a Nevada City general dentist, was named immediate past president.
The installation dinner is set for March 4 at the Holbrooke Hotel, 212 West Main St., in Grass Valley.
Nevada County artist Ruth Chase will have her work on display beginning March 4 at the Holbrooke Restaurant.
Chase is a San Francisco Art Institute graduate and has received awards for her work, as well. She’ll meet guests and explain her work.
The unveiling event is set from 5 to 6:30 p.m. March 4 at the restaurant, 212 West Main St. Chase’s work is on display through March 30.
For more information, call 273-1353.
Do you have news to share about your business? Contact Staff Writer Greg Moberly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 477-4234.
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