APS increasing energy efficiency rebates for businesses
APS business customers have even more incentive to use energy more efficiently.
Through its Solutions for Business program, APS is raising the rebate amount for eight of its offerings.
Three of those increased rebates are only available through Nov. 30.
• Variable speed drives: Rebate increases from $50 to $60 per horsepower
• High intensity discharge (HID) conversion lights: Rebate increases by $25 per fixture
• Specialty CFLs (down light, dimmable, 3-way, locking base): Rebate increases from $1.75 to $5 per lamp.
APS is permanently raising the rebate value for five program measures.
The permanent rebates include:
• Daylight controls: Rebate increases from $0.12 to $0.30 per connected Watt
• De-lamping 4-foot and 8-foot lamps: Rebate increases from $5 to $10 per lamp
• High-efficiency icemakers: Rebate increases from $45 to $300 per unit
• Economizers: Rebate increases from $15 to $40 per ton
• Snack machine controls: Rebate increases from $25 to $50 per unit.
These rebates are open to any APS non-residential customer that meets the program’s standard eligibility requirements.
For more information, visit aps-solutionsforbusiness.com or call the program team at (866) 277-5605.
Ross Hage receives Managing Partner’s Award
Edward Jones Financial Advisor Ross Hage of Payson recently received the Managing Partner’s Award for his outstanding service efforts over the past year.
“When you work for a firm that is known for its outstanding service it’s quite an honor to be singled out for your service record,” Hage said.
James D. Weddle, Edward Jones’ managing partner said, “Ross is an outstanding member of the Edward Jones team who personifies the ideal financial advisor, someone who is 100 percent dedicated to serving the financial needs of his clients.”
Hage was one of only 655 of the firm’s more than 12,000 financial advisors to receive the Managing Partner’s Award.
Permanent makeup available at Shear Oasis Salon
According to Shear Oasis Salon’s newest employee, women tired of applying makeup every day should consider permanent makeup.
Tori McDaniel said permanent makeup is a cost effective and painless option.
McDaniel, who recently, learned the art of permanent makeup application at the Caniglia Center in Scottsdale, said she uses a soft touch needle that is “virtually painless.”
McDaniel can apply permanent lip liner, full lip color, eyeliner and eyebrow in nearly any shade. Prices start at $200 and go up to $300. The makeup lasts between five and 15 years, depending on skin type.
“It makes me feel better to enhance people’s natural beauty,” she said.
For more information, call (928) 478-7167 or (982) 978-8941 or stop by the salon, 806 N. Beeline Highway, Suite C.