Biz bits 7/3/07
The Nevada County Contractors’ Association moved to Grass Valley on Monday. The new location is at 149 Crown Point Court. The association can be reached at 274-1919.
An appreciation breakfast for the Grass Valley company, NVision, is set for mid-July at the Gold Miners Inn-Holiday Inn Express.
The Nevada County Economic Resource Council Foundation plans to honor the video and audio signal management company as a leading exporter of products outside the county.
The event is scheduled for 7:30 a.m., July 20.
Members of the public can attend for $16; council investors pay $13.
For more information or to reserve seating, contact Barbara Campbell at 274-8455 or email@example.com.
Exposure Gallery recently relocated to 313 Commercial St. in Nevada City.
The gallery features the photography of gallery owner Shannon Perry, gifts, home accessories and handmade cards.
Perry’s business formerly was at 312 Broad St., Nevada City, which now houses the Golden Flower Trading Co.
For more information on the gallery, contact Perry at 265-4342.
The Peace Center of Nevada City could lose its office space, the group announced recently.
The group seeks a co-tenant to rent the center’s back office for $450 a month to defer the center’s expenses.
The back office is about 275 square feet and includes utilities.
For more information, center leaders can be reached at 265-5545 or 274-1077.
A Grass Valley Edward Jones financial advisor Grant Weiss recently received an
outstanding performance award from the national firm.
The prize is named the Jack Phelan Blue Blazer Award. Phelan was the firm’s former national sales manager, according to a company press release.
Weiss received a blue blazer with Edward Jones insignia buttons as part of the award. The blazer is similar to the one worn by Phelan.
For more information, the financial services firm can be reached locally at 272-9092.
Do you have news to share about your business? Contact Staff Writer Greg Moberly
at gregm@theunion. com or 477-4234.
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