Business Briefs


PHS Bucks for Baskets program nets $357

Several months ago, Jackson Hewitt Tax Service implemented a community support program to benefit the Payson High School athletic department.

Under the Bucks for Baskets program, for every basket made during the regular season by either the boys or girls basketball teams, 50 cents was donated by Jackson Hewitt. One dollar was given for playoff baskets.

The Longhorn boys received $231.50 and the Lady Longhorns raised $126.

Kevin Dick attends retirement planning course

Kevin Dick, president and investment adviser representative of Kevin Dick Investment Management Group, recently completed the Chartered Retirement Plans Specialist (CRPS) professional designation program, said the College for Financial Planning.

Graduates of the CRPS program complete an independent study course that provides a foundation for giving retirement planning advice to corporations and small businesses.

The designation is awarded to students after they successfully complete the course, pass a final examination, and sign a code of ethics commitment and declaration form.

Denny’s remodel completed

After two months of renovations, Denny’s has a new, spruced up look outside, as well as new menu offerings inside.

Mark Petefish, general manager, said the siding was replaced and a new, larger sign installed to attract more travelers off the Beeline Highway.

Besides changing the color scheme, the menu inside was updated with new, wallet friendly dishes.

“Denny’s as a whole is going through a new menu with lower prices,” he said. “Anyone can eat here no matter what they can afford.”

The $2, $4, $6, $8 menu carries various dishes at all price points. From the $6 pulled barbecue sandwich to $2 grilled tacos and the $4 everyday value breakfast slam.


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