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Buying a Car? Five Not-So-Common Questions to Ask (Lake Havasu City, AZ – August 22, 2016) Shopping for a car can be exciting. The possibility of buying a newer model that includes upgraded features, great gas mileage, and the perfect color – all at the right price – is ideal, but not always the result […]Read More about "Buying a Car? Five Not-So-Common Questions to Ask"
Closing Up Shop? It Takes More than a Sign on the Door How to Keep a Good Reputation After Your Business Closes (Lake Havasu City, AZ – August 19, 2016) Businesses close for a myriad of reasons: financial problems, health issues, retirement or unforeseen events such as natural disasters or economic crises. Whatever the reason, […]Read More about "Closing Up Shop? It Takes More than a Sign on the Door"
COUNTRY MUSIC SUPERSTAR KIX BROOKS TO RELEASE COOKIN’ IT WITH KIX: THE ART OF CELEBRATING AND THE FUN OF OUTDOOR COOKING ON AUGUST 30 Cowriter and Food Stylist Donna Britt has Mohave County connection Nashville, TN – August 15, 2016 – After selling over 30 million albums, scoring 23-chart topping hits and 80 major industry […]Read More about "KIX BROOKS TO RELEASE: COOKIN’ IT WITH KIX"
Not Just Any Bar Stool Will Do Creative juices are flowing all over Lake Havasu City as artists, not artists and supporters are gearing up for the HAPA Bar Stool Auction set to take place at the Flying X Saloon Sept. 17. The event, sponsored by Havasu Area Public Art, will feature painted bar stools to […]Read More about "The September 17th Bar Stool Auction"
New BBB research shows optimism bias is widespread; we all think others are more vulnerable… and scammers count on that (Lake Havasu City, AZ – August 1, 2016) The stereotype of the “little old lady” as scam victim is wrong, and Millennials are actually more vulnerable to scams than Baby Boomers. That’s the conclusion of […]Read More about "“Invulnerability Illusion” Means Millennials More Likely to Get Scammed than Boomers"