Business to Business | November 25 – December 1, 2009
Bella Vista Private School was recently chosen as one of only three high schools to participate in the Early College program provided by Paradise Valley Community College. “This is one more great step for our recently opened high school!” says Principal Lisa Artenian. Bella Vista added the high school in 2009. “This has been a busy year,” says Artenian. “In addition to the early college program we began to compete in Division One high school athletics this year as well!” Early College is not a dual enrollment program. The program allows students to earn up to thirty five college credits and be awarded the Arizona General Curriculum Certificate (AGEC). This certificate transfers as a block without any loss of credit, and students are automatically accepted at the three state universities. Students completing Early College need only twenty five to twenty nine more credits for an Associate’s Degree which transfers to colleges and universities across the country. Early College is co-sponsored by Paradise Valley Junior College and Bella Vista Private School and is open to students in their Junior and Senior years. Entrance to the program is selective. Interested parents should contact Bella Vista Private School directly at 480-575-6001 or by e-mail to email@example.com.
Heidi's Boutique is having an After Thanksgiving Sale, Entire Store 20 percent Off! (jewelry excluded) Friday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. They are located at 20553 N. Hayden Road (Hayden & Thompson Peak), Suite 105. You can find them at www.heidiboutique.com or call them at 480-663-7777.
Harold's Cave Creek Corral is featuring Justin Moore live in concert Wednesday, Dec. 2. General admission is only $15, general seating is $20 and VIP is $50 (VIP includes a meet and greet with Justin Moore, VIP seating and Prime Rib Dinner). Tickets are available thru Ticketmaster, 1-800-745-3000 or TicketMaster.com. You can get all the details of the concert and other special events going on at Harold's Cave Creek Corral at www.haroldscorral.com or call them at 480-488-1906.
Dynamite Horseman Supply is a 10-year-old family-owned and run business, located in the heart of the roping and riding world during the winter months. DHS has evolved into a thriving business, as well as an integral part of this industry in our community. Dynamite Horseman Supply consists of the store and website, as well as three mobile tack trailers that travel to specific events. The Dynamite Horseman Supply business has been built on quality products at a reasonable price, with quality service as their driving force. They stand behind everything they sell. You can find them at 28232 N. 42nd St., Cave Creek. For information call 480-585-4073 or visit www.dynamitehorsemansupply.com.
Elements of Design is proud to announce owner, Lina Quintero, was named one of eight women to the Women's Million Dollar Club. The Million Dollar Club honors women business owners who meet or exceed $1 million in annual revenue. This is a tremendous honor. Congratulations Lina Quintero.
Hodson Jewelry Gallery has its Annual Sale going on right now. These are honest discounts on their regular inventory, including custom creations and designer collections. Hodson Jewelry Gallery is located at 8924 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd., Suite G. Don't miss this extraordinary Sales Event. Visit them before the sale ends or call them at 480-419-9800.
P. Donohue Chip Seal should be on the minds of every resident who has the need to reduce the dust from their roads or driveways. P. Donohue does a high quality, horse friendly double penetration chip seal. The natural gravel road finish provides a high skid-resistant gravel surface that will last for years. Call them at 866-901-1264.