Chamber session to help block blunders
From opening without a business plan to posting boring posts on Facebook and failing to do basic marketing, several upcoming free seminars will address some of the most common mistakes small-business owners make in Rim Country.
The Time Out Thrift Store is shaping up to relocate.
Two Payson businesses will host ribbon cuttings this week to show off new services for Rim Country residents.
Wide variety of food on menu, but wings are a big draw
After a decade of casual visits, Robert and Jacquie Marshall noticed Payson lacked a true sports bar. So they decided to do something about it.
Drive into Payson with the windows down and the divine smell of Susie’s Q Barbecue pecan-smoked meats waft into the car.
They are well-known businesses, but when they re-open, you might not recognize them.
While driving through Payson on her way to her other stores, rue21 District Manager Cheryl Keltner, of Prescott, noticed the limited number of fashion-conscious shops in Payson geared toward the younger crowd.
Accounting for You celebrated its expansion and address change this week with a ribbon cutting at its new digs at 200 W. Frontier Street, Ste Q.
As Linda Stoneburner figured she’d have to check the Internet to find the specialized food recommended for her toy poodle’s allergies.
Dr. Bryan Friedman, D.O., is now practicing in Payson.
Habitat for Humanity ReStore has relocated to a much better location and more spacious building to accommodate the growth of the business.
Christina Newman is the new Director of Nursing for Payson Care Center.
• The Rim Country Chamber of Commerce has an opening on its board of directors.
Sales tax collections growing a bit faster
Rim Country’s economy continues to perk along a little better than the statewide economy, according to the latest financial tracking report from Payson.
Influx not from Vita Mart closing
A never-ending stream of customers keep the three employees of Back to Basics finding products, ringing them up and answering questions.