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CONNECTING PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY

MESA, ARIZONA RESOURCE GUIDE 2017

CHAMBER HAPPENINGS Mesa Morning Live, Mesa Industry and Defense Council, Events and activies Page 8

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Creating at urban oasis Page 14

EDUCATION Q&A Benedictine’s Charles Gregory talks future of education Page 28

Mesa Chamber of Commerce Business Directory

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CONTENTS

MESA, ARIZONA RESOURCE GUIDE 2017

6 INTRODUCTION

This is Mesa: World-class for live, work and play.

7 MESA: BY THE NUMBERS 8 MESA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Get up. Get Connected. Get in the know.

CHAPTERS 13 BUSINESS

Mesa hard at work.

18 TRANSPORTATION

Valley Metro Rail huge success.

22 HOUSING

Come home to Mesa: Friendly neighborhoods, first-class education affordability.

25 EDUCATION

5 voices for the future: Mesa committed to education at every level.

30 HEALTHCARE

Mesa is home to world-class hospitals and research centers.

32 LIFESTYLE

Those looking for big-city amenities with a small-town charm will find it in Mesa.

40 LOOKING AHEAD

Game changer! Mesa is a heavy hitter for professional sports.

41 Alphabetical Business Listings

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ello and welcome to the fifth edition of Mesa COMPASS! It is hard to believe how quickly the last five years have gone. As always, I am excited to share some of the interesting and innovative things the Mesa Chamber of Commerce has been up to this past year. In this issue, you will find plenty of stories that spotlight our amazing members, a few of our many programs and events, the new and unique Mesa Industry and Defense Council and much more. All of the articles help to show why Mesa is such a wonderful community in which to live, work and play. One of the many programs that I’m especially proud of is the Mesa Veterans Program, which has allowed us to collaborate with community partners as a resource for veterans and get them the help they need. This past year we have continued to work with veterans in Mesa and have partnered with Mesa United Way, the City of Mesa and other agencies who care for and about our veterans. The Chamber is also currently working on a documentary that will help show how a large number of organizations are coming together to make a positive difference in the lives of veterans. We will post updates on our website as to when and where you can watch the finished program. I am also pleased to tell you about the new Mesa Jr. Chamber of Commerce, which we started in September. Over the course of a school year, senior leadership students from Benedictine University - Mesa will volunteer a minimum of 50 hours, helping with Chamber activities and spending time with member sponsors. These future leaders will receive plenty of mentoring, the chance to learn about some of the top business leaders in Mesa, and the opportunity to participate in some of our many events and activities. These students will also host a signature event in the spring which will be open to the public and will give them experience in event management. The Mesa Chamber is partnering with Benedictine University — Mesa to bring the Jr. Chamber program to the young people of our community. I cannot wait to see the positive impact it has on students. Remember, “The World Belongs To Those Who Show Up!” Sincerely,

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Commerce Business Directory

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SALLY HARRISON President & CEO, Mesa Chamber of Commerce

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INTRO Economic growth

This is Mesa: World-class for live, work and play

Mesa has attracted large aerospace and technology employers like Boeing and Apple which have added a significant number of jobs and boosted the economy. Nearby Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport has grown to include a large hub of industrial businesses that offer freight, manufacturing, construction and aviation services. “These companies not only offer great wages for employees but will continue to grow,” Giles said. The addition of the Central Mesa Light Rail extension has served a growing transit need and has connected more leisure and commuter riders in Mesa and throughout the Valley. “Not only did this extension dramatically increase ridership, but it has been a great opportunity for local economic development for businesses nearby,” Giles said. A 1.9-mile Gilbert Road extension to the light rail, consisting of two additional stations and a park-and-ride, is scheduled to be completed in 2018.

Offering affordable housing, excelling schools and employment opportunities BY MEGHANN FINN SEPULVEDA

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panning 132 square miles and located just 15 miles east of Phoenix is Mesa, the third largest city in Arizona and home to approximately 465,000 residents. The family-friendly city is proud to offer affordable housing, top rated schools, employment opportunities, recreational programs and a world-class performing and visual arts scene.

Highly livable city

Mesa was recently named the 2015 “Best City in the Southwest” by MONEY magazine. This doesn’t come as a surprise to the residents who call Mesa home. “One of the reasons Mesa attracts a lot of people is that it is a very nice and affordable place to live,” said Mesa Mayor John Giles. “We offer low taxes and, as a result, have seen tremendous growth.” Large-scale master-planned communities like Eastmark and Cadence at Gateway are quickly drawing the attention of Valley homebuyers. 6 | Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide

“Homes in Mesa are selling faster than building permits can be issued,” Giles said. “This is a good sign that we have a healthy community.”

Top-rated education

Mesa Public Schools is an award-winning and nationally recognized school district, focusing on academics and offering a variety of traditional and specialized options including gifted and talented, dual language, creative and performing arts and engineering to meet the needs of every child. As a community that also supports and fosters higher education, Mesa is home to Arizona State University Polytechnic campus with more than 5,000 students, private catholic Benedictine University and Wilkes University offering liberal arts, sciences and professional programs. Additionally, Mesa Community College is the largest of the 10 community colleges in the Maricopa County Community College District.

Parks and recreation

Mesa is an awarded, accredited regional leader and a premier provider of parks and recreation with 204 parks, nine aquatic centers, five recreation centers, two professional spring training baseball stadiums, a championship golf course, and tennis center.


MESA: BY THE NUMBERS 38th largest city in the U.S., third largest city in Arizona.

462,376 132 1883 95.0 5.3% POPULATION

YEAR INCORPORATED

“We are constantly investing in our city parks,” Giles said. “Currently we are planning major upgrades to Pioneer Park.” Residents of Mesa and their families can enjoy shaded play structures, picnic and barbecue facilities, hiking paths, biking trails, basketball courts and spray pads. Two of the most recent additions are Riverview Park and Sloan Park, which is also the spring training home to the 2016 World Champion Chicago Cubs. “Sloan Park is a year-round facility and the signature Riverview Park playground attracts kids from all over the valley,” Giles said.

Arts district

The world-class Mesa Arts Center offers performing and visual arts, along with classes and events for guests of all ages. Each year, Mesa Arts Center welcomes more than 450,000 visitors. “This is truly our crown jewel,” said Sally Harrison, president and CEO for the Mesa Chamber of Commerce. “Mesa is quickly becoming recognized as a developing arts community.” The popular Second Friday Night Out in historic downtown Mesa features a variety of talented artists, music, food and activities for all to enjoy. Every November, a two-day Mesa Music Festival celebrates emerging artists and Merry Main Street kicks off the day after Thanksgiving with an ice rink outside city plaza. “These events are a great opportunity for people to come out and experience the authentic downtown district, featuring great shopping, restaurants and locallyowned small businesses,” Giles said.

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

22.9% HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE

26.4% 34.2% SOME COLLEGE

ASSOCIATES DEGREE OR HIGHER

SQUARE MILES

GROWTH FROM 2010-2015

COST-OF-LIVING INDEX

HIGH

AVERAGE YEARLY DAYS OF SUNSHINE

BY AGE

75-85+:

7.3%

15-34: 55-74:

MEDIAN AGE: 35.5

NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

MEDIAN

$64,480

28.3%

35-54:

174,273 $48,136

LOW

POPULATION BREAKDOWN

19.8%

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

88º 56º 325

AVERAGE TEMPERATURES

23.6% BY ETHNICITY

Two or more races: 3.8% Other race: 11.9%

Hispanic (any race):

27.6% White:

Native Hawaiin and other Pacific Isalnder: 0.4%

75.3%

Asian: 2.2% American Indian and Alaskan Native: 2.6%

AVERAGE

Black or African American: 3.8%

*Source: City of Mesa (mesaaz.gov) via ESRI Community Analyst 2015 Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide | 7


MESA CHAMBER COMPASS POINTS

The most exciting recent development in community leadership is the work of the Early Childhood Education Task Force. Mesa kids are showing up to kindergarten unprepared to learn. The task force identified needs, developed a plan and is now working with city and community partners to implement the plan. John Giles Mayor, City of Mesa

Mesa Chamber of Commerce: Get up. Get connected. Get in the know ince the Mesa Chamber of Commerce first opened its doors more than a century ago, it has earned a welldeserved reputation for helping local businesses succeed. Sally Harrison, Mesa Chamber president, says the Chamber strives to unite like-minded groups, business owners and others who can advocate for and support each other. This goal complements the Chamber’s mission of Improving, Promoting and Protecting businesses in Mesa. One example of this, Harrison said, is the Vision 2020 program, which is part of the Chamber’s Non-Profit Vitality Council. “We bring together non-profit agencies, faith leaders, elected officials, businesses and individuals who care about the concerns in our community,” Harrison said. “It is a regional network for success and success equals solutions.”

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Beacon of hope

The Mesa Chamber of Commerce is also a beacon of unwavering help and support to its members, during both successful and challenging times. Past chamber board chairman Craig Lohman recalled how the Chamber immediately rallied behind its members when a local attorney started filing lawsuits against business owners, claiming that their parking lots were not up to the standards required by Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). “Our local business owners weren’t given the opportunity to make any changes prior to the lawsuits being filed, and so the Mesa Chamber got behind this issue quickly,” Lohman said. 8 | Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide

“The Chamber held informational sessions and seminars that talked about the ADA laws. In the end, Arizona’s attorney general got involved to cease the lawsuits.” Lohman, who attended many of the informational meetings, said he was impressed with the Chamber’s unwavering support of its members and dedication to helping them.

Sense of community

“The Chamber was able to provide information to owners to help prevent costly lawsuits and was an advocate for its members. This is just one of the many ways that the Mesa Chamber has helped to create a sense of community among business owners.” The Mesa Chamber is also constantly looking for ways it can help its residents. As Harrison noted, the Mesa Veterans Program, which launched in August, 2015, has been extremely successful at providing a “switchboard” of resources that can help connect vets with the assistance they need. From education and housing to health-related concerns and workforce development, Harrison said the Chamber, along with help from Mesa Community College, Mesa United Way and others, is proud to assist veterans and point them in the right direction for help.


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As director of Membership Development, Susan Tychman enjoys speaking with Mesa business owners about the many reasons they should consider joining the Chamber. After asking them about how they hope to promote and grow their business, Tychman explains how joining the Mesa Chamber will give them a great way to connect with others and help their company thrive. “I also let them know how joining the Chamber will allow them to really feel connected to the local community,” she said. One of the many tangible ways that joining the Mesa Chamber of Commerce is helpful to local business owners, Tychman said, is having the opportunity to network with others both in and out of their industry circle. For example, someone who owns a small business may end up connecting with the owners of a larger company who might have space for the new member to set up shop and connect with their customers, Tychman said. “I will also look at our business directory with new members and ask them to choose some businesses that are specific to their industry, and then help them connect with those people too.” When speaking with potential new members, Tychman said she also spends a lot of time going over the large number of events that the Chamber hosts on a regular basis. “I enjoy pulling up our website and showing them the Events calendar and going through that with them, and I’ll talk about some of our many monthly events such as the Lunch Mob, which is a great and informal way to meet people,” Tychman said, adding they always suggests that new members make an effort to attend as many events as they can. For more information about joining the Mesa Chamber of Commerce, call 480-969-1307 or visit mesachamber.org/ membership-benefits.

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Live from Mesa, it’s Mesa Morning Live O

ne of the most popular events that is hosted by the Mesa Chamber of Commerce happens bright and early in the morning. Once a month, 100-plus people gather at 6:45 a.m. for a catered breakfast and to watch internationally-acclaimed comedian Mark Cordes host “Mesa Morning Live.” The show is taped inside Crescent Crown Distributing in Mesa and can also be seen on MesaChannel11 and YouTube. Regular features include a wide variety of guests, musical entertainment from local groups including The Duttons, and plenty of fun, courtesy of Cordes. “One of my favorite elements to every show is the Community Spotlight where we focus on a local non-profit organization,” Cordes says. “Mesa is full of fabulous non-profits and it is one of the things that makes the City and the East Valley such a great place to live and work.” While it is difficult for Cordes to name his favorite guests, he says that having both Senator John McCain and his wife Cindy on the show during an election year was especially memorable. “It was great to have Senator McCain make a return visit and share his vision of the future, both in Arizona and on the national stage. He is still as passionate about topics like veterans’ affairs and national security as he has ever been,” Cordes says. “Mrs. McCain also made a great appearance a few months ago to share her concerns over one of her favorite causes, human trafficking. It was an enlightening and somber look at a terrible condition that is happening all over the country and right here in Arizona.” Come see Mesa Morning Live in person! The show, which is open to the general public, takes place the second Friday of every month at Crescent Crown Distributing, 1640 W. Broadway Rd., Mesa. For more information, please visit mesachamber.org. Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide | 9


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very year, the Mesa Chamber of Commerce offers its members 400-plus “happenings.” These events take place every week, once a month and annually. Below is a just a sampling of the many activities that Chamber members can take part in:

Mesa Music Festival

Held annually each November, the Mesa Music Festival is a free admission music and arts festival that celebrates the culture of Downtown Mesa. With performances by over 200 artists from around the world, the Mesa Music Festival is the premier emerging artist festival in Arizona.

Aviation Fascination

This popular annual event takes place in November. Local aviation-related businesses bring in equipment for the public to see up close; this may include

an Apache Longbow from Boeing and a B-17 bomber from Falcon Field. The Mesa Police usually flies in a police helicopter, which is always a hit with the crowd.

Annual Leadership Awards

This event has taken place for over 100 years and started the first year the Chamber was founded. The awards ceremony recognizes businesses of all sizes that make a difference in the community as well as awards for the Student of the Year, Teacher of the Year, Professor of the Year and Non-Profit of the Year. Around 500 Chamber members usually attend the festive event.

VISION The Mesa Chamber of Commerce is the recognized resource and celebrated leader for the Mesa business community.

MISSION The Mesa Chamber of Commerce exists to Improve, Promote and Protect businesses in Mesa.  

CORE VALUES The Mesa Chamber of Commerce’s core values are: Integrity, Leadership, Advocacy, Innovation, Service and Fun.

For more information on the Mesa Chamber of Commerce, please visit mesachamber.org. 10 | Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide


The Mesa Industry and Defense Council s president and CEO of the Mesa Chamber of Commerce, Sally Harrison strives to stay on top of the issues that certain members face, as well as the many goals, values and other things that the members’ businesses share in common. For example, when Harrison realized that many of the Chamber’s members’ businesses have federal issues, and that these members are all related in some way to the defense industry, she decided to create the Mesa Industry and Defense Council (MIDC) to provide them with a coalition where they could work together on topics that concern them. “Since we work closely with Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake, it made sense to bring these businesses together to address any issues on a federal level,” she said, adding that her friendship with Senator McCain was also a driving factor in creating the MIDC.

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Harrison launched the MIDC in 2015. Some of the many Chamber members who are involved in the coalition include Alion Science & Technology, CRM of America, Nammo Talley, Phoenix Logistics, Inc., Orbital ATK, Phoenix Mesa-Gateway Airport, Resolution Copper, The Boeing Company and MD Helicopters. Providing the Mesa Chamber members with a coalition like MIDC makes a lot of sense, said Senator McCain. As he noted, there are at least 24 aerospace and defense-related companies located in the east valley with around 10,000 total employees. “Arizona ranks fifth in the United States for aerospace and defense employers,” he said, adding that the MIDC also includes companies like energy and construction firms that are related to the defense industry. Senator McCain said it is “of utmost importance” that the companies who are

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Mesa Chamber of Commerce staff Sally Harrison, President & CEO Shauna Zuniga, Finance Director Bob Nelson, Communications Director Susan Tychman, Chamber Membership Director Theresa DiBona, Administrative Assistant Linda Haskell, Membership Services Director

Christopher Glover David Luna Councilmember Councilmember District 4 District 5

Mesa Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Board Chair Renee Castillo, Salt River Project Executive Council Aaron Ament, AEC Engineering Jared Langkilde, Mesa Community College Craig Lohman, Lohman Company, PLLC Jo Wilson, Benedictine University at Mesa

Joseph Nieves, Non-Profit Relationship Specialist Chamber Board George Bliss, Bliss Realty & Investments Garilyn Bourgeois, DMB Associates, Inc. Lisa Brown, Orbital ATK Steve Chucri, Arizona Restaurant Association Joe Cotroneo, Crescent Crown Distributing Angela Creedon, Arizona State University Dave DiPietro, Mesa Leadership Steve Feld, Focal Point Coaching 12 | Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide

Kevin Thompson Councilmember District 6

William Jabjiniak, City of Mesa, Economic Development Glenn Kasprzyk, AMR Craig Kitchen, MD Helicopters Jeff Mirasola, CenturyLink Brian O’Neil, Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority Shane Openshaw, The Boeing Company Mary Owens, CopperPoint Mutual Insurance Company Sandeep Randhawa, Dignity Health Otto Shill, Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, PLC Councilmember Kevin Thompson, City of Mesa Bryan Vivian, Thompson’s Auto Repair and Towing David Wier, Visit Mesa Mark Young, Mesa United Way


BUSINESS

Mesa hard at work Mesa’s talented workforce, pro-business environment attracts tech companies BY BRIAN SODOMA

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raig Kitchen knows his employer, MD Helicopters Inc., requires considerable skilled personnel to meet the demands of its global clientele. Recently, the aviation industry leader began increasing its production capabilities at its Mesa Falcon Field operations, which could add up to 100 more positions to the existing 400 at the site. Kitchen, the company’s chief commercial officer, is confident that finding the right talent will be a cinch in Mesa. “There are a lot of people to draw from in the workforce who have the skills we need to do our business worldwide,” he said. Mesa is home to other big technology players like Apple, Boeing and Mitsubishi; and there are many other savvy tech companies who point to a strong workforce and pro-business mindset as key drivers for why they are happy to call Mesa home.

Education is key

Kitchen says MD Helicopters is in constant need of engineering minds as well as assemblers and mechanics and other skilled workers. But he also says there are accounting and business development needs as well. “We like what the educational system offers here in Mesa,” he noted. “We get good engineering students along with other disciplines like accounting and business. Many will intern with us and then stay on when they’re done.” ASU’s Polytechnical campus, located at the former Williams Air Force Base since 1996, is another welcomed asset for the city and its tech companies. The site is home to more than 8,000 students, including 4,500 engineering students, studying 40 different disciplines like aerospace engineering, applied sciences and biomedical engineering.

ASU Polytechnic

“Mesa is a student-friendly, probusiness type of city, which is beneficial to our faculty, our staff and students,” added Angela Creedon, ASU’s Associate Vice President of University Affairs.

Partners in success

The city also has a great economic development philosophy, Creedon noted. Recently, the city won two Golden Prospector Awards of Merit from the Arizona Association of Economic Development for its efforts. “They move quickly, efficiently and always consider us as a partner,” Creedon noted. Mesa is catching the attention of out-of-state tech enterprises considering Arizona for relocation. Recently, Dexcom, a leader in the continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) testing market for diabetics, commenced construction on a new 180,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Mesa, which will add more than 500 jobs. “We chose Mesa due to the available, talented workforce, in addition to the proximity to our headquarters in San Diego and our key suppliers,” said Kevin Sayer, Dexcom’s president and CEO.

COMPASS POINTS

One of the most exciting areas to come along in some time has been the development of the Riverview Park area in West Mesa. As home of the Chicago Cubs Spring Training facilities, a first-class hotel and all the outdoor park amenities, this area has truly become a destination spot in the East Valley. Craig M. Ahlstrom President and CEO Farnsworth Development Co., Inc.

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BUSINESS

Site 17: Creating an urban oasis Q&A with Valley developer Brian Marshall BY PAT WHITNEY he southwest corner of Mesa Drive and University (Site 17) is one step closer to transformation from raw land to a premier utopian microcosm aimed at attracting residents to downtown Mesa to live and work. Its prime location has developers salivating as the city reached out to nearby neighborhoods and developers for input. Nearly 2,000 neighborhood residents completed surveys rating preferences in five categories. Jeffrey McVay, manager of Downtown Transformation, summarized residents’ primary choices: • Residential use: residential detached and attached single family and midsize condos • Non-residential use: restaurants and pedestrian mall • Public amenities: a farmer’s market and pocket parks • Streetscape: shade trees • Transition to historic district: openspace/pathways and single-family detached housing “At a November forum, developers overwhelmingly agreed that the creation of a new, urban residential neighborhood that incorporates a mix of detached and attached residential products is an exciting opportunity for development of the parcel,” McVay said. Requests for qualifications (RFQs) will go out in early 2017. Local developer Brian Marshall is no stranger to revolutionizing landscapes.

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He spent six years developing in Australia, including the country’s largest sustainable master planned community in Melbourne, consisting of two town centers, 8,000 homes and mixed-use properties — a $2 billion project.

with limited commercial to support the residents. I feel density is your friend in an urban environment of high-quality architecture.

Marshall outlined his viewpoint in a Q&A:

Site 17 should complement Main Street, not compete with it. It could be a great opportunity to bring people and activity to downtown Mesa.

What makes this 25-acre parcel of land such a shining beacon for developers?

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What is Site 17’s biggest advantage?

It’s a very rare and unique opportunity to see a fully assembled vacant parcel within the one-square-mile downtown area that can support a critical mass of muchneeded market-rate housing. I think that is primarily the best use of that land. Downtown Mesa needs people.

It’s a large assembled parcel that can provide its own sense of community and an opportunity to integrate architectural design with the Wilbur Historical District to the south.

In your opinion what kinds of projects should fill the space?

Light rail use on Main Street has exceeded expectations. This project is located only a couple blocks away. The expansion of Benedictine University (two blocks away) and ASU downtown Mesa will bring more vibrancy to downtown.

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Multi-family, owner-occupied units, condos, apartments and townhomes. Places where people can live and work

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What’s in the works Looking at some of Mesa’s up and coming high-profile projects BY PAT WHITNEY

esa continues to be one of the Valley’s bright stars for economic growth. City of Mesa Economic Development Director Bill Jabjiniak gives a brief rundown of some of Mesa’s up and coming highprofile projects. According to Jabjiniak, these new companies will provide more employment opportunities closer to home, which improves commute times, increases prosperity and improves the quality of life for Mesa residents.

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High-profile projects WEST MESA:

Dexcom, a leader in continuous glucose monitoring systems

for diabetes patients, is constructing a new 180,000 sq. ft., state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at Broadway 101 Commerce Park. The project will create 500 jobs and is expected to start operations in mid-2017. Recently, Santander Consumer USA opened its doors at Centrica, a creative, 117,000 sq. ft., adaptivereuse project in Mesa’s Fiesta District. Santander, a technology-driven consumer finance company, currently employs nearly 200 people in Mesa and plans to employ more than 970 over three years.

GATEWAY:

Dignity Health is building the $28 million Arizona General Hospital, a 92,000 sq. ft., 50bed, three-story facility. Apple began hiring for its new $2 billion, 1.2 million sq. ft. global command center located at Elliot and Signal Butte and expects to hire 150 full-time employees. Jabjiniak says these projects will drive economic

growth in key employment centers in Mesa. New companies and employees buy goods and services from local businesses furthering the positive economic impact on our community. “We expect these projects and others will create nearly 3,000 new jobs, which will drive home purchases and spur increased retail sales in Mesa.”

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BUSINESS COMPASS POINTS

There are numerous ongoing projects driving economic growth in key employment centers in Mesa. New companies and employees buy goods and services from local businesses furthering the positive economic impact on our community. Aric H. Bopp, CEcD Deputy Director – Strategic Initiatives City of Mesa

Top 10 employers

Randy Jarvis, industrial technology teacher at Carson Junior High at Mesa Public Schools, inspires a future innovator.

1

6

BANNER HEALTH SYSTEMS

MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

2

7

MESA PUBLIC SCHOOLS

COUNTY OF MARICOPA

9,573*

1,002

9,500

902

3

8

THE BOEING COMPANY

EMPIRE SOUTHWEST

4,200

782

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CITY OF MESA

DRIVETIME AUTOMOTIVE GROUP

5

10

WALMART

CBI MEDICAL & BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

3,715

2,507

679

*Number includes full-time employees and physicians on medical staff SOURCE: City of Mesa

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Entrepreneur Spotlight

Changing the face of womens’ healthcare BY PAT WHITNEY

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ust imagine. A woman visits her healthcare provider. She’s met with smiles, hugs and a fiveminute wait. No rush. There’s time for questions and time for tears if needed. Even chocolate on the way out. She can get everything she needs under one roof (except maternity care) including annual exams, Pap tests, blood draws, DEXA scans, ultrasounds and mammograms, using the latest technology, from pre-puberty to menopause. No long waits for results fearing the worst. It’s a throwback to the ‘50s when one doctor treated patients often from birth to adulthood, building a relationship that went far beyond clinical. More like friendship. Almost like family. Imagine no more. An East-Mesa healthcare facility for women—Ma’am Exams—is all the above. Brainchild of Queen Creek entrepreneur Whitney McBride, Ma’am Exams was the answer to her frustrations with healthcare, often sub-par, particularly for women. A cold, unresponsive visit to urgent care became the final straw. That moment McBride, currently one of the country’s most successful woman contractors, decided to change women’s healthcare.

“Men understand the business side of healthcare but not always the emotional side. Sometimes, women need to cry or get a hug. Five minutes isn’t enough time.” McBride is a master at building success. As CEO/ President of Odyssey Global (dba Odyssey International), she amassed 1400 federal

MA’AM EXAMS 2919 S. Ellsworth Rd. Suite 125 Mesa, AZ 85212 Phone: 480-448-2411 Office Hours: 7 a.m.5 p.m. Mon., Wed., Thurs. and Fri. Services include: • Pelvic and physical exams • Blood tests • Bone density • Hypertension • Vitamin deficiencies • Digestive issue • Dermatological • Fibromyalgia • Menopause • Neck/back pain • Yeast Infection/urinary tract infection • Ultrasound screening • Heart ultrasounds • Bio-identical hormone replacement • Weight loss solutions • Adolescent puberty • Skin cancer screening • Joint pain injections • Trigger point injections • Menstrual cycles • Contraception • STD’s • DNA testing

design project contracts worth more than $600 million over the past twelve years. As a teen she printed T-shirts out of her living room, topping $1 million in sales annually before turning toward construction with the federal government. McBride, married and mother of five, opened her first office, Oct 1, 2015. Ma’am Exam’s now has 1500 patients. Opening soon are offices in Tempe, Chandler, Queen Creek, Scottsdale and downtown Mesa. “Every woman deserves this. Our premiums are out of control. We accept sub-par healthcare as the norm. I want to change that. “Most women work, leaving little time for

preventative care. Our onehour Four Square Women’s Care Exam includes an annual physical, pap, mammogram, blood draw and skin cancer screening. “Sadly, half of women won’t get mammograms this year. If they get them annually and we find early breast cancer, it often can be resolved in just 40 days. But if they don’t and have stage four breast cancer, it’s a different story. There’s no excuse. Most women’s preventative exams are covered 100% by insurance including ACCESS. “My objective is to grow until our demands become the norm. If I turn the dial just a bit, I’ll be happy. Others will follow to carry the torch.”

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TRANSPORTATION COMPASS POINTS

The addition of several new non-stop destinations by Allegiant at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport creates exciting opportunities to attract even more sunseeking visitors to the Mesa area. East Valley residents also benefit from the growing number of popular destinations offered at their hometown airport. J. Brian O’Neill, A.A.E. Executive Director/CEO Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority

Valley Metro Rail huge success Stokes Mesa’s economic engine BY JOAN WESTLAKE

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ore than 5,000 people turned out in August 2015 to herald the start of service on the Central Mesa light rail extension, finished seven months ahead of schedule and on budget. Susan Tierney, communications manager, Valley Metro Rail, talks about ridership, economic impacts and future plans.

Is the Central Mesa Extension meeting ridership and economic impact expectations?

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A: In September 2016, there was an average of 6,400 weekday boardings in Mesa, which is consistent with our ridership expectations. Valley Metro Rail is a proven catalyst for strong economic activity. Investment along the Central Mesa Extension accounts for $90 million of residential, education, commercial and retail development. There has been very strong support from neighborhood groups, businesses, and education and arts facilities in the downtown Mesa area.

What are the Mesa mayor and council members saying about the extension?

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At the October 2016 Gilbert Road Extension groundbreaking, Mayor John Giles said, “By breaking ground on the Gilbert Road Extension, we continue to build our NextMesa. We’ve seen how light rail has revitalized our downtown and 18 | Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide

now we’re taking Mesa to the next level by extending the benefits of light rail to new neighborhoods and the greater East Valley.” Former Mesa Vice Mayor and Valley Metro Rail Board Chair Dennis Kavanaugh, also speaking at the ceremony, said, “Expanding transit service is important to support the growth of surrounding businesses and neighborhoods.”

How did the Mesa extension affect the start of the Gilbert Road Metro Rail extension?

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The success of Valley Metro Rail certainly provided a strong role in the expansion to Gilbert Road., which will increase travel options for East Valley residents and add new destinations for regional travelers.

What can people expect from the Gilbert Road light rail extension?

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The Gilbert Road light rail extension will serve as a gateway for the East Valley, providing greater access to destinations in Mesa, Phoenix and Tempe. It extends rail service 1.9 miles on Main Street from Mesa Drive to Gilbert Road. It will include two stations, a transit center and a parkand-ride. Anticipated to add 2,800 daily riders to the system, a late 2018 or early 2017 opening is projected.


TRANSPORTATION

Mesa airports offer convenience, fuel economic growth BY JOAN WESTLAKE

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ith more 325-plus days of sunshine, Mesa’s two airports offer ideal and increasingly popular flight options to private pilots as well as commercial aircraft operations and traveling consumers. From tourists flying in to the growth of retail, business and aerospace corporations near the airports, these flight centers help fuel the city’s economy as well as high-tech reputation.

Falcon Field

Among the 10 most active general aviation airports in the United States, Falcon Field airport is owned and operated by the City of Mesa as a financially self-sustaining business, which generates all revenues from airport users and grants. Its location is minutes from hotels, luxury resorts, major league spring training baseball, outdoor recreation, entertainment, shopping, Arizona State University and three major freeways. The 20 | Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide

airport’s terminal building renovation was named Best Renovation/Restoration Project in the 2016 Engineering News Record awards competition for the Southwest region. Falcon Field is home to more than 80 businesses generating more than 1,300 jobs. Adjacent to the airport, the Boeing Company is Arizona’s top ranked aerospace/defense manufacturer. At the airport is MD Helicopters Inc, a leading manufacturer of highperformance military and air-rescue helicopters. Among the many on-airport businesses are the Commemorative Air Force Airbase Arizona Museum, aerial photography, flight instruction schools, aircraft charter/tours and a host of aircraft servicing and maintenance operations.

Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport

Owned and operated by the PhoenixMesa Gateway Airport Authority, Gateway Airport offers nonstop passenger service to 38 cities via Allegiant and welcomes more than 1.4 million

passengers each year. Corporate, military and general aviation customers are served by Gateway Aviation Services, a 24-hour full service FBO located just north of the passenger terminal. Experiencing record-breaking passenger activity, Gateway Airport is home to dozens of companies including Cessna, Embraer and Able Engineering, employing more than 2,000 people. Adding to the airport’s soaring growth, the Canadian company WestJet Airlines has announced flights are beginning to Mesa from Calgary and Edmonton. “Our motto is ‘Just Plane Easy,” said Ryan Smith, director of Strategic Communications and Government Relations at Gateway. “The airport is so convenient for the East Valley, the fares are extremely affordable, parking is next to the terminal, rental cars companies are right onsite and passengers like the shorter TSA lines. Restaurants and Arizona souvenir shops complete the services passengers expect.”


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HOUSING COMPASS POINTS

There is a place for everyone at MCC — it’s like family. All are welcomed and our graduates leave prepared to live a life of both success and significance, without the debt. Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire. Jared A. Langkilde Executive Director of Development and Community Relations Mesa Community College

Coming home to Mesa Friendly neighborhoods, first-class education and affordability are big draws BY JOAN WESTLAKE

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amed one of the best five Southwest cities to live in by Money magazine, Mesa was recognized for great golf and a host of other weather benefits. What elevated the city to the top Arizona ranking was its outstanding education offerings and being a great, affordable city for raising a family. Pamela Frestedt, Broker at Lewis & Healy Fine Properties, LLC, says that she and her husband, a Mesa native, chose to raise their family in his hometown because of excellent schools. The city is extremely well-run with an established infrastructure as well as inviting parks and abundant cultural opportunities.

Residential choices

She explained that Mesa’s healthy real estate market is fueled by a diverse selection of living choices. Whether you are a young adult, techie professional, family with children or active senior, you’ll find your special place amid a growing downtown urban center, active adult housing, family friendly neighborhoods, historic areas and nationally acclaimed master-planned developments. 22 | Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide

An East Valley realtor for decades, Frestedt said trends she sees include empty nesters downsizing from larger family homes as well as some in-fill construction that has brought new homes to East Mesa’s established neighborhoods such as KB Home’s Copper Crest Villas near Higley and Brown. Millennials are being attracted to an exciting downtown where they can walk to the Valley Metro Rail, restaurants, events and the acclaimed Mesa Arts Center. Adding to the creative elements, Artspace, a non-profit that works to establish affordable housing and studios for urban artists, is beginning construction on a downtown Mesa “ artist colony.”


Seniors find “home” at Fellowship Square-Mesa

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esidents and their families find that Fellowship Square-Mesa offers a place where they can enjoy a warm, caring atmosphere in an exceptional senior-living community. For nearly 20 years the not-for-profit, faith-based organization has delivered a friendly, comfortable lifestyle to those seeking independent or assisted living in a stunning, Southwestern resort-style campus. In the past year, a new secure environment memory care community named “Reflections” has been added, providing families with a full range of care options. Nearby shopping, cultural, medical and educational opportunities are complemented onsite by an array of volunteer, social, fitness, spiritual and wellness activities. Computer tutoring helps residents fully enjoy the technology available such as high speed Broadband, Wi-Fi and video Skype communication with friends and family worldwide without long distance charges. The new resident portal allows residents to request maintenance using their hand held devices and view their monthly services bill anywhere.

Fellowship Square-Mesa is known for its innovation and leading-edge solutions to serve residents’ needs now and in the future. A prime example of answering growing needs with the very latest in treatment and support is Reflections, a “Mindful Living for Memory Care” community that opened October 2015. Caregivers are trained to understand the unspoken signs of discomfort then quickly implement appropriate solutions such as music memories, pet therapy, aromatherapy, balance and therapeutic exercises. From independent living to assisted living and memory care, Fellowship Square offers a stable family atmosphere where top administrators have worked since the doors opened nearly 20 years ago and a significant number of staff members have been providing attentive services for more than a decade. A tour of Fellowship Square-Mesa can be scheduled by calling 480-422-3757.

FELLOWSHIP SQUARE-MESA

6945 E Main St., Mesa, AZ 85207 480-654-1800 www.FellowshipSquareMesa.org


HOUSING Active seniors

Since the first visitor stepped into the warm winter sunshine of Mesa, the town has welcomed those who vowed to spend their retirement years never shoveling snow and ice again. Craig Ahlstrom, president and CEO of the Farnsworth Development Company says foresight keeps Mesa at the top of the retirement wish list. “For more than 50 years, we’ve created active adult communities,” Ahlstrom said. “We are always looking to be on the cutting edge of what our residents want and need. For example, we saw as people age some require added services such as meal preparation or laundry. They still want to stay here around friends so we added The Summit.” Opening this month in Sunland Springs Village, The Summit includes 108 assisted-living apartments directly adjacent to the Sunland Springs Memory Care facility. The new building features fine-restaurant style dining, a movie theater, exercise room, library, computer center and rooms for social interactions.

Who to call City of Mesa Utility Services (Electric, gas, water, wastewater, solid waste, irrigation): 480-644-2221 or 866-406-9659

Award-winning developments

Cox Communications: 866-206-9832

For the second year in a row, Eastmark has been named one of the 10 top-selling master planned communities in the nation and its amenities were recently rated as one of the most innovative, especially the Orange Monster, a children’s climbing playground, and its Cruiser Culture that begins with custom bicycles given with every home purchase. It’s one of a wealth of planned community choices including Albany Village, Mountain View Manor, Villas at Monte Vista, Las Sendas and Leigh Crossing. Whatever your lifestyle, there’s a place in Mesa to call home.

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Past president of the South East Valley Regional Association of Realtors, Pamela Frestedt, Broker for Lewis & Healy Fine Properties, LLC, provides this snapshot of the Mesa housing market, comparing fall 2015 with November 2016, based on public records and MLS data for the AVMs and RVMs® properties. These statistics reflect what Frestedt says is a very healthy residential market with notable activity and very quick turnarounds. MEDIAN EST. HOME VALUE

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EDUCATION

Arizona Museum of Natural History

Focus on education Community-wide commitment and essential core value BY MEGHANN FINN SEPULVEDA

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or decades, the city of Mesa has been providing top notch educational opportunities for children, teens and young adults. Featuring a highly rated public school system with traditional and specialized learning programs, community initiatives and strategic partnerships, Mesa is a leader in education.

Early learning years

Research demonstrates that high-quality, developmentally appropriate early childhood programs produce short and long-term positive effects on children’s cognitive and social development, according to the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Mesa Public Schools currently offers several options for preschool and pre-kindergarten-aged children featuring highly rated classrooms, certified teachers and developmentally

appropriate curriculum that supports children in reaching their highest potential. In addition, Mesa Public Schools serves 1,000 special needs preschool students each year. The City of Mesa is continuing to seek opportunities to improve and expand early learning initiatives to help prepare young children for success in kindergarten by partnering with local community programs. “We have very robust museums, libraries, parks and other resources in Mesa which set the stage for great learning environments,” said Mesa Mayor John Giles. “We are also developing ways in which we can work together to further the resources available to young families.” The Arizona Museum of Natural History and the i.d.e.a. Museum, both situated in downtown Mesa, allow children to explore, learn, grow and focus on art, innovation and brain development.

Santé of Mesa

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anté Transitional Rehabilitation Centers (TRCs) serve as an alternative to acute inpatient rehabilitation after a hospital stay by providing quality outcomes at reduced costs. Santé TRCs—including the Mesa property — provides short-term rehabilitation focused on the mind, body and spirit. Santé TRCs in Arizona consist of 70-103 beds each and are specifically designed to cater to Medicare, commercial and managed care patients and others needing rehabilitation services after hospitalization. Transitional rehabilitation centers provide the ideal setting when patients still need monitoring, care and rehabilitation. The goal is to help patients reach their highest level of functioning and return them back home. Each guest is assigned a personal nurse care manager “who assists them from admission to discharge, making sure the transition home is safe and appropriate,” said Brianne Schmitz, administrator of the Mesa property. Santé of Mesa, which opened five years ago, is known for exceptional care and customer service, Schmitz said. “We provide a continuum of care so our patients have options when leaving short-term rehabilitation. Santé offers home health, outpatient therapy and hospice.”

SANTÉ OF MESA

5358 E. Baseline Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206 480-699-9624 santecares.com/locations/sante-of-mesa


EDUCATION COMPASS POINTS

The construction of a brand-new micro-hospital in East Mesa, expected to open in spring 2017, will offer in-patient and out-patient surgical and treatment services as well as a full-service acutecare facility. The threestory building will house emergency rooms, operating rooms, private in-patient rooms and a pharmacy. Sandeep Randhawa Director of Human Resources, Dignity Health

East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT)

Specialized schools

In addition to high performing schools for children in preschool, elementary, junior high and high school, Mesa Public School offers an advanced studies academy, International Baccalaureate for all grade levels, Montessori learning centers, arts integration and an alternative academy program. Mesa is also home to the East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT), a tuitionfree option for high school students to earn college credit while gaining technical and hands-on learning skills to succeed in the workforce.

Higher education

As the largest community college in the Maricopa Community College District with 23,000 enrolled students, Mesa Community College offers a variety of programs for students looking to earn an associate’s degree, field certificate or those who are interested in personal or professional development classes. The addition of private Roman Catholic

Benedictine University in 2012 has been a success for Mesa. The university, which offers undergraduate and graduate programs, is preparing to celebrate its first graduating class. “This is a great niche for us,” Giles said. “It’s a nice option for families looking for a local and private education.” Also situated in downtown Mesa is Wilkes University, an independent academic institution, that offers a variety of master’s degrees in business and creative writing along with doctorate programs in educational leadership. A few miles away near Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is the 600-acre Arizona State University Polytechnic campus, ideal for students pursuing professional and technical programs. With approximately 5,000 students enrolled, the city of Mesa is looking at ways to expand the campus. “We are making progress as we work towards developing additional downtown Mesa campuses,” Giles said. “Investing in education not only enriches people’s lives but it’s the right thing to do.”

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EVIT provides the ADVANCED Career and Technical Education for the East Valley.

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• Nearly 40 TUITION-FREE high school programs ‒ including Academy of Cosmetic Arts, the George Brazil School of Plumbing, and the EVIT Fire Science Academy -- at two centralized Mesa campuses •

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2 out of 3 students go on to college

3D Animation Aesthetics Automotive Technologies Aviation Banking Barbering Behavio Behavior, Mental & Social Health Services Cisco Networking Academy Collision Repair Commercial Baking & Pastry Arts Computer Programming & Mobile App Design Construction Technologies Cosmetology Culinary Arts Dental Careers

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REGISTER TODAY high school and adult students

480-461-4000 • www.evit.com

two mesa campuses serving the east valley


EDUCATION COMPASS POINTS

Some of the most exciting developments have been the growth in manufacturing and “maker”-based business, the availability of top-quality talent and the elevated profile of Mesa’s aerospace and defense businesses and the role we play in ensuring the safety and security of the United States and allied nations. Craig Kitchen Chief Commercial Officer MD Helicopters

Photo courtesy of Benedictine University

Q&A with Charles Gregory of Benedictine University BY NICOLE COTTRELL

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harles Gregory serves as the Campus Executive Officer for Benedictine University, Mesa campus. Last month marked his one-year anniversary of moving to the Valley of the Sun, after serving the Lisle, Illinois campus for 19 years. Forbes magazine has named BenU one of the top universities in the country six years running. In this Q&A, Gregory explains why this hidden gem is so deserving of that title.

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What is the mission of Benedictine University?

Benedictine comes from one of the oldest segments of the Roman Catholic Church. We are founded on community values, mission, and are famous for staying in one location. We are about listening, conversation, and the values of stability. It’s interesting to see how well Mesa and the university line up when it comes to education.

What are the academic offerings of the University?

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We have 12 undergraduate programs and those are in communications, criminal justice, business, political science, graphic arts, psychology, Spanish, theology, 28 | Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide

administration and accounting, computer science, and nutrition. All together this fall we enrolled 508 students. We had a roughly 40% increase in enrollment this year.

Share one of the ways BenU has partnered with the community in terms of student programs?

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We have the Junior Chamber Program that works very closely with Sally Harrison and the Mesa Chamber of Commerce. It’s the first of its kind, where selected students work with business leaders in the community. They experience what these business leaders do, how they make decisions, and how they lead their companies.

Can you tell us about the development of the Alhambra Hotel into student housing?

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That’s something I’m really excited about. We partnered with a local developer and I’m grateful to him. The Alhambra Hotel became available and starting in January will house 53-55 students. The Alhambra Hotel is a historical site and one of the oldest buildings in downtown Mesa. It fits so well with what Benedictine is about; it’s about community, stability, and staying.


What types of students are drawn to BenU?

Where do you see BenU in 5 years?

Many students here are firstgeneration. They get up in the morning and the first thing they do is go to work, not to class. They see college as an opportunity and they will do whatever it takes to seize that moment of opportunity. Their stories are inspirational. You ask me what keeps me going? It’s these students. I think our students know why they’re here. We don’t get our students by default, rather they are intentional about what they are looking for.

I’m very impressed with Mesa Public Schools. Dr. Mchael Cowan does a wonderful job and I think the support and importance the city places on education, you just won’t find in a lot of communities. That said, our applications for next fall are already up over 20%. We will only limit ourselves by space and by programming, so we need to stay ahead of those. We think there are plenty of students out there to grow this institution with students who are again, intentionally looking for a place like ours.

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Unique educational partnership is working BY NICOLE COTTRELL

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Mesa Counts on College Access Center is a partnership between the City of Mesa, Mesa Community College, and Mesa Public schools in a city-wide education initiative whose primary goal is to double the number of low-income students who will complete college in the next nine years. The center also addresses college attendance and completion, as well as increasing career readiness within the Mesa community. Much of the center’s focus is on the underserved population of low-income junior-high and high school student, free college advising, summer camps, internship programs, and GED and ACT/PSAT/SAT prep classes. Those enrolled receive one-on-one interaction with staff, as well as a personalized

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experience, designed to help them achieve success. The center tackles tough issues too, like helping students transition back into college after taking time off. They also provide resources for the family members of postsecondary students, creating a holistic approach. With volunteers from AmeriCorp rounding out their staff, as well as their partnership with Mesa Public Schools, the center is able to reach a broad range of students, including the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Accelerated Learning Academy, as well as all Mesa high schools. In addition, they have also begun offering some services to Mesa middle schools. Since its inception in August 2015, Mesa Counts on College Access Center has seen consistent growth around the number of students enrolled in their programs, as well as those going on to complete their GED. With nearly 80 students enrolling each month the center has helped over 1100 students achieve their education goals serving as an invaluable resource to the Mesa community.

Mesa Community College Strengthens East Valley s an educational, economic, cultural and workforce contributor to the East Valley, Mesa Community College is woven into the tapestry of community success. MCC provides an affordable opportunity to attend college and transfer to four-year institutions via more than 50 university partnerships throughout the nation including ASU, NAU and UA.

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Meeting the needs of the business community with highly skilled employees, MCC offers Career and Technical Education programs that equip students with the knowledge and skills for current and future jobs. Partnering with government, business, high tech and advanced manufacturing companies, CTE programs are cutting edge, innovative and strategically networked with employers. The Arts at MCC present acclaimed dance, theatre and musical performances as well as multidisciplinary art exhibits. Planetarium shows and many other free educational activities are open to the public. MCC is honored nationally with accolades and recognitions including: • Carnegie Foundation Community Engagement Designation • President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll • North American Native Plant Society’s Founders Conservation Award - Red Mountain Campus • Aspen Institute’s Top 150 community colleges in the nation • Accredited Schools Online’s Top Online 2-year College in Arizona • Best 2-Year College for Adult Learners list by Washington Monthly magazine

MCC AT SOUTHERN AND DOBSON 1833 W. Southern Ave., Mesa 480-461-7000

MCC AT RED MOUNTAIN

7110 E. McKellips Rd., Mesa 480-654-7200

Mesacc.edu A Maricopa Community College The Maricopa County Community College District is an EEO/ AA institution.


HEALTHCARE

Committed to a healthy Mesa Some of the most respected hospitals in the nation call Mesa home BY STEPHANIE CONNER

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here’s no shortage of state-of-the-art medical care in the city of Mesa. Mesa has invested time and money in attracting high-quality facilities and talent to the city. And the results are clear: In addition to nearly 2,000 beds across several world-class general hospitals and specialty medical facilities, Mesa is also home to a wide range of higher education institutions focused on healthcare and the life sciences. Here’s a look at a few of the premier facilities located in Mesa: Banner Desert Medical Center: With more than 3,500 employees and 649 beds, Banner Desert is the city’s largest hospital. The hospital delivers nearly 4,500 babies from across the Valley every year. Consistently ranked by U.S.News & World Report as one of the Valley’s leading hospital’s, Banner Desert offers a wide range of services, including cardiology, general surgery, high-risk pregnancy and neonatal care, neurosciences, emergency medicine, rehabilitation and more. Mountain Vista Medical Center

Mountain Vista Medical Center: Opened in 2007, this 178-bed East Mesa hospital offers comprehensive medical care in a resortlike setting. With advanced diagnostic imaging capabilities and state-of-the-art surgical suites, Mountain Vista offers a full range of services, including cardiology, emergency, gynecology, maternity, wound care and more. The hospital is part of IASIS Healthcare, which is an official healthcare partner of the Phoenix Suns and the Phoenix Mercury. Cardon Children’s Medical Center: Established in 2009, the 206-bed full-service children’s hospital is located on the campus of Banner Desert Medical Center. More than 240 pediatric physicians spanning more than 27 specialties provide children 30 | Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide

Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center

HEALTHCARE RESOURCES BANNER DESERT MEDICAL CENTER BannerHealth.com/ BannerDesert Banner Desert offers state-of-theart technology, including two da Vinci surgical robots and 3D cancer technology. Their unique therapies, including Dog Therapy, Musical Therapy and Massage Therapy, have helped contribute to Banner Desert’s national recognition in bowel obstruction, total hip replacement and stroke, among others specialties. BANNER GATEWAY MEDICAL CENTER BannerHealth.com With 177 rooms and nine operation rooms, Banner Gateway is a state-of-the-art, fully electronic medical facility focused on family care. They specialize in obstetrics, general surgery and emergency services, among other service lines. BANNER HEART HOSPITAL BannerHealth.com/ BannerHeart Adjacent to Banner Baywood Medical Center, this facility is home to more than 500 health care professionals that include some of the country’s top cardiologists and cardiovascular and vascular surgeons. It is one of the largest freestanding heart hospitals in the U.S. BANNER MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER BannerMDAnderson.com Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center is internationally recognized

for its cancer treatment and research programs. Primary focuses included breast, lung prostate and gastrointestinal cancers, and services range from diagnostic imaging and genetic counseling to infusion therapy and radiation treatment. CARDON CHILDREN’S MEDICAL CENTER BannerHealth.com/ CardonChildrens The doctors at Cardon Children’s Medical Center have pediatricspecific training in many acute and chronic specialties and make families feel welcome with separate treatment rooms on every floor, private patient rooms, interactive play spaces and an interior design that mimics nature scenes and individual houses. DIGNITY HEALTH ARIZONA GENERAL ER dignityhealth.org/ arizonageneral This facility is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The hospital’s ER team provided treatment to patients with a broad spectrum of illnesses and injuries that require immediate medical attention. MOUNTAIN VISTA MEDICAL CENTER mvmedicalcenter.com With a resort-like atmosphere, this 178-bed facility has all private rooms, as well as room service and valet parking. Top-notch doctors and nurses provide services in specialties ranging from heart care to women’s health. — Nick Kostenko


with world-class care. Services include emergency care, general pediatrics, intensive care, neonatal care, cardiology, diabetes, neurosciences and more as well as family support, outpatient services and community education on child health topics. Dignity Health Arizona General ER: This state-of-the-art facility is a fully equipped, 24-hour emergency room located at the corner of north Power Road Jenson Street in Mesa. This unique center offers the same level of care found a hospital, but places it in your neighborhood. It features advanced diagnostic equipment along with an on-site lab, offers reduces patient wait times to near zero. Banner Baywood Medical Center: Since 1984, Banner Baywood has served East Mesa families as well as the communities of Gilbert, Apache Junction, Queen Creek and Fountain Hills. In addition to a wide range of specialties, the 342-bed hospital runs a nationally recognized orthopedic program and accredited Chest Pain Center as well as the East Valley’s only Primary Stroke Center (as certified by the Joint Commission for Primary Stroke Centers). Banner Heart Hospital: Located adjacent to Banner Baywood, Banner Heart Hospital has been treating heart patients — and picking up quite a few accolades for its work — since 2000. Named one of the 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals by Truven Health Analytics, the Heart Hospital’s 111 beds and more than 500 healthcare professionals specializing in heart care make it one of the country’s largest freestanding heart hospitals.

Compassion. Innovation. Excellence.

For 10 Years and Counting Mountain Vista Medical Center has earned its reputation for providing high quality, family-centered patient care in a comforting, healing environment. And, as a nationally-recognized and accredited hospital, we look forward to serving our community for many years to come.

A better way to deliver primary care edicus Network is a Mesa-based start-up that revolutionizes the way people receive primary medical care. Based on the concept of direct pay care, the Medicus Network model is distinctly original, with a thoughtful approach that includes levels of care affordable for everyone.

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The idea for an enhanced type of primary care grew from the company founder’s experience in his own medical practice. Mike Lucherini, M.D., M.S., in private internal medicine and pediatrics since 1998, was struggling to keep up with the required insurance paperwork and administrative responsibilities for the 4,000 or so patients in his care. “I thought, ‘what can I do to modify this situation so I can continue to provide excellent care but also give my patients all the attention they deserve?’” explained Dr. Mike, as his patients know him. “I had no interest in offering concierge care, which caters to the wealthy. So, my business partner, Woodard Ligget, and I figured out a way to offer upgraded care at much lower rates.” Because of the distinct differences between this model and concierge medicine as well as other direct pay models, he and business partner have obtained a registered trademark for the Direct Access Medicine® model. They envision physicians from across the nation joining Medicus Network. The goal is for participating physicians to each care for about 500 patients total instead of the typical 2,000 to 3,000 patients per practice. Patients choose a level of care from their Direct Access Medicine® physician and pay a monthly fee between $50 and $450 for services. No matter which level patients select, they get 24/7 access to their doctor, including via the doctor’s cell phone; no waiting in a waiting room before their scheduled appointment; and extended office visit time. Direct Access Medicine® care “emphasizes the importance of affordability rather than upfront yearly fees,” Lucherini said. “By opting out of Medicare and all insurance contracts with third-party payers, we’re saving money so we can provide more services to patients at no additional cost beyond the monthly fee that’s charged.”

1301 S. Crismon Rd., Mesa | 1-877- 924-WELL (9355) mvmedicalcenter.com | yourAZER.com | yourAZhealth.com

For more information, visit medicusnetwork.com, or contact Amy Ford at amy.ford@medicusnetwork.com or by phone at 480-787-5000.


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Mesa Arts Center

So much to see and do! Unique attractions for every age BY MICHELLE JACOBY

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ich in arts, culture and history, Mesa offers a vast array of attractions for both visitors and residents alike. Here are just a few places that make Mesa an artistic and cultural hub filled with distinct and unique experiences.

MESA ARTS CENTER With innovative architecture inspired by the Sonoran desert, and cultural offerings showcasing world-renowned talent in the arts, the Mesa Arts Center is a shining jewel in the heart of the city. The sevenacre campus is made up of a complex of four theaters; the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum with five visual arts galleries and exhibition space; and art studios and classrooms. This season, the center is offering 32 | Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide

an array of performances, including acclaimed violinist Itzhak Perlman; renowned singer and songwriter Neil Sedaka with the Phoenix Symphony; Hal Holbrook in “Mark Twain Tonight;” and the National Geographic Live! Series. Mesa Arts Center 1 E. Main St. 480-644-6500 mesaartscenter.com

ARIZONA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY Dedicated to celebrating the natural and cultural history of the Southwest, the Arizona Museum of Natural History gives visitors the chance to explore and experience the state from earth’s creation 4.5 billion years ago to today.

Arizona Museum of Natural History

In Dinosaur Hall, discover some of the largest creatures to ever walk the land, or step back in time and explore Arizona’s Paleozoic seas and Triassic Petrified Forest. And in the Southwest Gallery, learn about the North America’s first inhabitants and desert cultures. Hands-on exhibits also give visitors the chance to walk in the shoes of Arizona’s first residents. Pan for gold in the History Courtyard or make your way through Lost Dutchman’s Mine. Or, for a true exploration in to the past, dig for fossils in the Paleo Dig Pit. Arizona Museum of Natural History 53 N. Macdonald 480-644-2230 azmnh.org


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Designed for the young and young-atheart, the i.d.e.a. Museum is where creative ideas in art, science and technology come to life. Made up of three main areas and an outdoor atrium, the museum allows visitors to channel their inner artist, inventor or scientist with age-appropriate exhibits and activities. In Artville, curious young minds can design and make their next big creation, while at the HUB, budding inventors can create art, music or technology inspired by engineering and science. On exhibit this season are “It’s a Dog’s Life,” where you can experience the world of man’s best friend, and “Caped Crusaders and Everyday Superheroes.” i.d.e.a. Museum 150 W. Pepper Place 480-644-4332

As central Arizona’s second largest city, Mesa has rich history filled with Native cultures, Arizona’s first pioneers, farming and agriculture, and new industries and business. The Mesa Historical Museum shares the city’s deep roots and storied past. Currently on exhibit is “Strange Collections: Cat People of the Outer Regions: the Art of Karen Kuykendall.” Considered a pioneer in the popularization of science fiction art, Kuykendall shares her whimsical and imaginative collection of aliens and cats. The museum hosted its 17th Annual Historic Home Tour in Mesa in January, which featured a walkable tour of some of Mesa’s oldest homes. Those included the Sirrine House and the Antique Wedding House. i.d.e.a. Museum

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Mesa Historical Museum 51 E. Main St. 480-835-2286 mesamuseum.org

THE VISTAS PAVILION AT LAS SENDAS

Let’s play 2! Chicago Cubs, Oakland Athletics bring baseball excitement to Mesa BY MICHELLE JACOBY t was history in the making for the Chicago Cubs, who closed out the 2016 Major League Baseball (MLB) season in glorious fashion by winning the World Series pennant — 108 years after winning their first championship in 1908. As their home away from Wrigley Field, Mesa’s Sloan Park has been spring training central for the Cubs since it

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opened in 2014. The state-ofthe-art facility has the largest seating capacity of all MLB spring training stadiums. Proving there isn’t a bad seat in the house, the stadium has 15,000 seats: 9,200 fixed seats, 4,200 outfield berm capacity, and room for 1,600 on the suite level. Staying true to the Cubs history and spirit, the field design pays homage to the infamous Wrigley Field with

The Vist Vistas at Las Sendas off offers a premier emie event experience rien high igh in tthe Usery Mountains with panoramic elevated views of the Phoenix valley, sunsets and city lights. The Vistas is transforming service excellence of our venue by engaging you in designing your decor, entertainment and catering along with our expert event planning team. We are flexible and easy to work with, your vision is our challenge, our promise is to meet and exceed your expectations.

Weddings - Ceremonies and Receptions Corporate Events - Private Executive Dinners, Executive Retreats, Staff Recognition Social Events - Birthdays, Anniversaries, Retirement, Graduation Golf - Tournaments, Charity Events 7555 E. Eagle Crest Drive | Mesa, AZ 85207 480-396-4000

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dark green light towers, metal work on the upper deck, and a press box façade similar to Wrigley’s. During games, the team is situated in the third base dugout—where they occupy during home games at Wrigley Field. There is also a red marquee sign, similar to the sign at Wrigley. Located on 140 acres, the complex features four practice fields, two major league diamonds, a half-sized

prominent fixture in Mesa — and the Cactus League — for nearly 40 years, the original stadium opened in 1977 as the spring training home to the Oakland Athletics. Today, the A’s have returned to their roots, once again calling Hohokam Stadium home. In 2015, the stadium underwent a renovation, transforming it into a state-ofthe-art facility, which boasts

a 56-foot, high-definition scoreboard, one of the largest scoreboards in the league. There’s also extended seating down both foul lines, and party decks in the left and right fields. The clubhouse also features new lockers with power outlets and Internet connections, lounge chairs and TVs, and a weight room that was expanded to double its original size.

field, 16 batting tunnels, 22 pitching mounds, and 65,000 square feet of clubhouse space. But the action doesn’t stop there. Adjacent to the baseball complex is Riverview Park, complete with splash pad, climbing tower, playgrounds and picnic areas. Before the Cubs made their home at Sloan Park, they trained at Hohokam Stadium, which recently went through a full-scale renovation. A

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Recreation opportunities abound in Mesa BY KRISTINE BURNETT

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esa has long been a source of recreation for visitors and desert dwellers alike. Beyond boasting a great selection of golf courses, this mesmerizing city is home to some of the most picturesque parks, amazing aquatic facilities, breathtaking lakes, and treasured hiking trails. With countless miles of bicycle lanes, Mesa, dubbed “Cycle City,” has even 34 | Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide

El Tour de Mesa

been distinguished as one of the most bike-friendly cities in the U.S. by Forbes magazine. However, the recreational offerings don’t end there.

Jewel in the desert

In addition to numerous man-made recreation venues, Mesa is a gateway to nature’s playground. One rather unexpected jewel in this part of the desert is


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the lower Salt River basin. “There is so much activity that now takes place at the Salt River basin, which has become an incredible resource for our residents as well as visitors,” said Michelle Streeter, Vice President of Communications for Visit Mesa. The area is a popular spot for both birders looking to observe the winter migration and watersports enthusiasts. Despite its desert landscape, Streeter says Mesa is a destination for boating, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding. Activities like BYOB – Bring Your Own Board – “happy hour” gatherings have become popular among locals.

Tasty trails

Catering to those who want to enjoy the outdoors and eat their cake too, Visit Mesa established the Fresh Foodie Trail. This year-round program highlights the city’s treasured family farms and food festivals. Armed with maps, trailgoers venture by car to a number of food-driven experiences throughout Mesa. Notable stops include The Orange Patch, True Garden Urban Farm, Hayden Flour Mills at Sossaman Farms, Mesa Urban Garden, and more. Much like the Salt River basin, Usery Mountain Regional Park, part of the Maricopa County Parks system, is an outstanding outlet for outdoor adventure. It offers a multitude of engagement points for residents, including serving as an entrance to the Tonto National Forest. “There are spectacular hiking trials at the park, and the county made it even better by installing an outdoor fitness gym with some truly incredible programming,” Streeter explained. “This is Mesa’s equivalent to Camelback Mountain or Papago Park.”

Have fun, get fit

Usery Park features a nature center and engaging programs like full-moon hiking, movies in the park, archery programs, toddler cruises and a progressive fitness hike series. Another heavy-hitter among Mesa parks is Riverview Park, ranked among the 10 best parks in the country by USA Today in September 2015. This incredible complex includes a community fishing lake, playgrounds, sprayground water amenities for children, climbing structures and open play areas. It also is connected to Sloan Park, the new Spring Training home of the Chicago Cubs, 2016 World Series champions, making it a great place to see and experience the best of Major League Baseball.

Get your feet wet

Taking structured water recreation to the next level are Mesa’s varied aquatic centers, which Streeter calls some of the best in the country. “We host an annual Grand Prix where Olympic swimmers come train and compete in our pools,” she said. “Another great event is the Citrus Classic, which brings dozens of colleges and university swimmers to Mesa pools for training.” Outside of the competition and training circuits, Mesa’s aquatic centers are favored by residents for their individual amenities and points of differentiation like a lazy river, lap pool, dive tank, toddler slide, spray features and shade ramadas. Regardless of whether you want to be on dry land or get your feet wet, Mesa has something for everyone. Learn more about popular recreation spots, programs and other things to do around town at VisitMesa.com.

The most exciting financial/banking development for Mesa would be the recent influx of down-payment assistance programs for homebuyers. With both state- and city-specific programs, homebuyers can get up to $20,000 in down-payment assistance. Programs like Home Plus allow cities to attract new residents that would not have been able to purchase a home without aid. James Polinori Marketing/Brand Director Fairway Mortgage Corporation

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Topnotch dining abounds in Mesa BY CAREY SWEET

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avvy Valley diners craving delicious Mexican food have long known that Mesa is a treasure trove of excellent restaurants. The family-owned Moreno’s, for example, evolved from a simple Sonoran hot dog cart in 2006, to a full restaurant wowing its fans with Durango chile rellenos and authentic vampiros (fat tortillas stuffed with meat). Then, there’s the acclaimed Blue Adobe Grill, which for the past 16 years, has blessed us with stellar New Mexican cooking, such as its pecan grilled shrimp stacked enchiladas topped in golden fried egg. Yet modern Mesa is home to many kinds of cuisines today, ranging from Japanese ramen to Argentinean-style chimichurri shrimp. Enjoy this taste of our locally owned favorite eateries.

location in September. Smoked chicken wings are crowd favorites, served in 12 styles, and extra delicious paired with selections from 85 global beers. 1925 S. Sossaman Road, Mesa, 480-718-5440. Also 1860 S. Stapley Road, Mesa, 480-494-2699 hubgrill.com

The Harmon family has created a delectable pizza concept: make all sauces, dough and dressings daily, showcase ingredients from Arizona purveyors like Queen Creek Olive Oil, and The Pork Shop, and say, ‘the sky’s the limit’ when offering toppings. Sauces alone include marinara, Alfredo, basil pesto, barbecue, buffalo, chipotle, jalapeno cilantro lime cream, Chinese spicy chile or olive oil, and you can build your own pies with eight kinds of cheese, 10 meat options, 16 vegetable toppings, five kinds of fruit or nuts, and 13 finishers like spinach, sprouts, basil and cilantro. 1859 S. Stapley Drive, Mesa, 480-207-1613 eklecticpie.com

THE HUB BAR & GRILL The enticing aroma of gingerlemon broth wafts from a big bowl of chicken ramen on one table, while another table boasts a platter of sumptuous beef Stroganoff, and another, a savory cioppino stocked with blue mussels, tiger shrimp and smoked Schreiner’s Fine 36 | Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide

The Hub Bar & Grill

sausage in tomato garlic cream sauce. To be sure, there’s an eclectic menu at this popular Southwestern style sports pub that opened a second Mesa

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Flancer’s Gourmet Grub

FLANCER’S GOURMET GRUB Jeff Flancer graduated from the prestigious Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y., which helps explain his obsession with chef-caliber cooking such as roasting heritage Diestel turkeys in-house for signatures like his Chile Verde Birdie sandwich layered with provolone, tomato, lettuce, and homemade New Mexico green chile mayonnaise. The brick trimmed café setting may be casual, but this is premium comfort food, as you dig into delights like meatloaf laced with caramelized onion jus alongside jalapeño-cheddar mashed potato pie. 1902 N. Higley Road, Mesa. 480-396-0077 flancers.com

LOS DOS MOLINOS One of Arizona’s oldest and most celebrated restaurants, this gem is renowned partly for its abundant use of Hatch red and green chiles. The owners, the Chavez family, like to joke that they don’t know how to make their food mild, but for diners not used to the

searing affect, the pain might be no laughing matter. Still, it’s oh-so delicious, like adovada ribs, chile chicken casserole with fried egg, and red chile pozole. A margarita is a must, both for its excellent recipe, and to help douse the flames in your mouth.

The recent addition of the full-service Sheraton Mesa Hotel at Wrigleyville West, adjacent to the Chicago Cubs Spring Training site, brings a new level of luxury to the Mesa community. Groups, business and leisure travelers, weddings and local social events can all enjoy this venue year-round. Dan Dickhart General Manager Sheraton Mesa Hotel at Wrigleyville West

260 S. Alma School Road, Mesa, 480-969-7475 losdosmolinosmesa.com

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Bobby Q’s

BOBBY Q’S Just opened in October, the place feels like an upscale ‘cue joint, done in rustic-chic brick and wood. The extensive menu tempts with mouthwatering staples like wood fired St. Louis ribs and Southern fried chicken, but also fancier fare such as wood fired filet mignon, smoked prime rib, and chimichurri pesto grilled shrimp. 1610 S. Stapley Drive, Mesa, 480-361-7470 bobbyq.net

Get your daily dose of iron. Capture the Essence of Arizona Golf ™ 5601 East Longbow Parkway • Mesa, AZ 85215 RESERVATIONS at 480.807.5400 • ONLINE at longbowgolf.com Another Daedalus Development. Professionally managed by OB Sports.

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Mesa Riverview

Shopping 101: Mesa style BY MICHELLE JACOBY

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esa is known for many things: spring training baseball, farming and agriculture, technology and business. But with its bounty of retail centers and specialty stores, the East Valley city is fast becoming a favorite stop for the most seasoned shopper.

MESA RIVERVIEW The city’s largest retail center is Mesa Riverview, located off the Loop 202 North 38 | Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide

Freeway. Offering more than 40 brand-name retailers— including anchor stores Bass Pro Shops, and Bed Bath and Beyond—the center is a onestop destination for all your shopping needs. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of dining and entertainment options, from casual eateries and highend restaurants, to a multiplex theater and entertainment venues featuring live music and comedy. To expand their shopping and entertainment options, Mesa Riverview is planning the Union Market Mesa, a

FUN FINDS For a truly eclectic mix of retail therapy, head to downtown Mesa, where boutiques, sidewalk cafes, salons and antique shops line the city streets. More than 50 independently-owned businesses make up the downtown district, which is also home to such special events as 2nd Friday Night Out, showcasing art, dining and shopping; Motorcycles on Main, a Sturgis-style event that invites motorcycle enthusiasts from all over Arizona; and Merry Main Street, where revelers can enjoy holiday music, lights and entertainment. For even more unique finds, check out the Mesa Market Place Swap Meet, where more than 900 merchants tempt shoppers with everything from hardware and tools, to clothing and jewelry, to home décor and accessories. You’ll even find products that are authentically Arizona, perfect for out-of-town friends and family.


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Dana Park

restaurant and retail concept featuring new shops and an indoor yard-style space with beach volleyball, ping pong, corn hole and event space. Mesa Riverview 1061 N. Dobson Road 480-461-0050 mesariverview.com

VILLAGE SQUARE AT DANA PARK Those looking for a more upscale shopping experience will appreciate the selection of high-end shops and boutiques at the Village Square at Dana Park. A true luxury destination, a day at Dana Park can include finding the latest fashions at White House/Black Market, getting pampered at Rolf’s Salon, and discovering the perfect home accessory at Z Gallerie. Village Square is also home to a variety of dining options. Whether it’s a pint at The Harp Pup, spaghetti like your mom used to make at Buca di Beppo, or a light, refreshing salad at Mad Greens, you’re sure to satisfy any craving. Village Square at Dana Park Baseline Road and Val Vista Drive 480-584-6181 danapark.com

SUPERSTITION SPRINGS CENTER Shoppers in search of a wide variety of retail options—and, of course, a good bargain— can look no further than Superstition Springs Center. Anchored by Sears, JCPenney, Macy’s and Dillard’s, the center boasts more than 150 stories, guaranteeing a great deal is always around the corner. The center is also a great place for kids and families, thanks to Arizona’s first and only double-decker carousel, kids play area, and outdoor amphitheater, home to the Superstition Springs summer concert series.

The Mesa Fire and Medical Department received a $12.5M grant to improve community healthcare by linking traditional clinical care services with community-based 911 responses. The program provides services to patients with minor injuries and illnesses and also funds a tailored response to behavioral-health 911 calls. Forrest Smith Deputy Chief/Public Information Officer, City of Mesa Fire and Medical Department

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FREE TO THE PUBLIC 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

October 2016 - April 2017 Every 1st & 3rd Saturday Main & N Macdonald Street, Downtown Mesa, Arizona

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Game changer! Mesa a heavy hitter for professional sports

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esa is no stranger to professional sports. As the Spring Training home of the Oakland A’s and the 2016 World Series Champion Chicago Cubs, the city is teeming with baseball fans and fanatics every spring. Now in its fourth season, Sloan Park, formerly Cubs Park, continues to draw record crowds, earning Mesa the top spot on the Cactus League’s Spring Training park roster. Situated on 140 acres near the intersection of the Loop 101 and Rio Salado Parkway, the $99 million Sloan Park is the newest in the Cactus League. With capacity for up to 15,000 attendees, it’s also the largest of any Major League 40 | Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide

Baseball Spring Training facility. Even before the Cubs cinched the 2016 World Series championship, fans flocked to the park, repeatedly surpassing attendance records for every other team in the Cactus League. With Cubs Fever at an all-time high, the 2017 Spring Training season is expected to be another record breaker. While baseball is certainly a focal point, plans are in the works to expand Mesa’s professional sports lineup. In 2017, the city will add soccer to its roster with FC Arizona, a newly established professional soccer league. FC Arizona will bring what has become the fastest growing professional

sport in America to Arizona. More specifically, it will bring soccer to Mesa, with plans in place for games to be held at Mesa Community College. The league also will engage residents with youth sports camps aimed at giving local youth clubs and players a professional soccer experience. Hinting at an even bigger future in sports, Michelle Streeter, Vice President of Communications for Visit Mesa, says they conducted fiscal analysis regarding the possible creation of a new city-based sports complex. As proposed, it will be geared toward youth and amateur sports. With everything on the horizon, Mesa’s future in sports is certainly bright! 


ALPHABETICAL LISTING 2GG Apparel...................................................... 48 88.7 The Pulse.................................................. 52 A A & M Ruiz Properties, LLC................................ 52 A & P Nurseries.................................................. 51 A New Leaf........................................................ 50 AAA - Arizona.................................................... 54 Able Steel Fabricators........................................ 54 Access Architectural, LLC.................................. 46 ACME Locksmith............................................... 50 Active Bodies..................................................... 51 Active Resort Properties..................................... 53 Adaptive Architects............................................ 44 Addictive Desert Designs................................... 45 ADT Security Services........................................ 53 Advance Auto Parts........................................... 45 Advance Paper & Maintenance Supply, Inc......... 49 Advanced Energy Efficiency & Environmental Quality, LLC................................ 47 Advanced Eyecare of Arizona............................. 51 AEC Engineering................................................ 47 Aegis Wealth Partners, LLC................................ 47 Aeromaritime America ...................................... 48 AFC Physical Medicine & Chiropractic................ 46 Alaska USA Federal Credit Union........................ 46 All Round Construction Inc................................. 46 All Your Insurance.............................................. 49 Alliance Bank of Arizona..................................... 45 Allison James Estates & Homes......................... 52 AllPro Anytime Transportation............................ 44 Alphagraphics.................................................... 51 Alta Vista Adult Apartments............................... 44 Am Plan American Property Liability Network..... 45 Amazing Jake’s.................................................. 47 American Cancer Society................................... 50 American Lung Association................................ 50 American Speed Wash....................................... 45 American Vision Windows.................................. 48 Americopy......................................................... 51 AMR (American Medical Response).................... 44 Apartment Hunters............................................ 52 Apple Inc........................................................... 54 Aquimo, LLC...................................................... 54 Arizona Advanced Dental................................... 46 Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center - Red Mountain........................................................... 47 Arizona Bank & Trust.......................................... 45 Arizona Commercial Truck Sales & Services....... 45 Arizona Corrugated Containers........................... 50 Arizona Exterminating Co................................... 51 Arizona Golf Resort............................................ 52 Arizona Interfaith Movement.............................. 50 Arizona Public Service (APS).............................. 54 Arizona Renaissance Festival & Artisan Marketplace........................................... 44 Arizona Restaurant Association.......................... 52 Arizona School of Integrative Studies (ASIS Massage Education)................................. 50 Arizona Spine & Joint Hospital............................ 48 Arizona State University..................................... 53 Arizona Tire Pros and Auto Repair...................... 44 Arizona Walk Shop............................................. 53 Ashbrook Dental................................................ 46 Assisted Living Locators.................................... 48 Associated Radiologists Ltd-EVDI....................... 48 AT Still University............................................... 53 Auto Boss Inc..................................................... 53 Avenue 8........................................................... 44 AZLabs.............................................................. 52 B Backfit Health + Spine....................................... 46 Backyard Taco................................................... 52 Balcer Insurance Group...................................... 49 Banner Baywood Medical Center........................ 48 Banner Cardon Children’s Medical Center.......... 49 Banner Corporate Center - Mesa........................ 49 Banner Desert Medical Center........................... 49 Banner Gateway Medical Center......................... 49 Banner Health - Arizona East Region.................. 49 Banner Health System Development Office......... 49

Banner Heart Hospital........................................ 49 Banner Home Care & Hospice............................ 48 Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center.................. 49 Banner Simulation Medical Center..................... 49 Bay Equity Home Loans - Adam & Hannah Boles.................................................... 50 BBSI.................................................................. 49 Benedictine University at Mesa.......................... 47 Benson Systems................................................ 47 Berge Ford......................................................... 44 Best Western Plus Mesa.................................... 49 Better Business Bureau...................................... 50 BizLInk Solutions............................................... 46 Bjerk Builders.................................................... 46 Bliss Realty & Investments................................. 52 BMO Harris Bank............................................... 45 Bobby-Q............................................................ 52 Bonny Books...................................................... 45 Boot Barn.......................................................... 53 Boulder Boats Arizona, LLC................................ 45 Boulders On Southern........................................ 52 Boy Scouts of America....................................... 50 Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park............. 44 Boys & Girls Club - Grant Woods Mesa Branch... 54 Brick Cave Media............................................... 52 Bridging AZ Furniture Bank................................ 50 Briston Construction, LLC.................................. 46 Broadmore Consulting........................................ 46 Brookdale Baywood Senior Living Solutions ....... 44 Brookdale Broadway Mesa Senior Living Solutions................................................. 44 Brookdale East Mesa......................................... 44 Brookdale North Mesa....................................... 48 Brookdale Senior Living East Arbor..................... 44 Brookdale Springs Mesa.................................... 44 Brunswick Zone Mesa........................................ 45 BTG Real Estate - Keller Williams Realty East Valley......................................................... 52 Budget Blinds of East Mesa................................ 54 Budget Blinds of Northwest Mesa....................... 54 Bulletproof Bookkeeping & Professional Office Services, LLC.................................................... 44 Bunker’s Garden Chapel.................................... 48 Buntrock Law Group, PLLC................................ 44 Business Performance Group Arizona................. 45 Business Support Specialists............................. 52 C C4 Real Estate Group Keller Williams Realty Phoenix (KWRP)...................................... 52 CAE Oxford Aviation Academy............................ 44 Cafe Rio Mexican Grill........................................ 52 Call Realty - Felecia Rozansky............................ 52 Cantor Crane - Personal Injury & Accident Lawyers............................................... 44 Canyon State Aero - Helicopter Flight Training.... 45 Cardinal Capital Management/Apache ASL Trails...53 CardinaleWay Mazda at Superstition Springs...... 44 Carrabba’s Italian Grill........................................ 52 Cartridge World Mesa........................................ 46 Casino Arizona................................................... 46 Cassones RV...................................................... 53 Castillo Nuevo, A 55+ Community...................... 50 Central Arizona Supply....................................... 51 Centurian Custom Security................................. 53 CenturyLink....................................................... 45 Cessna Aircraft Company................................... 44 CG Promo Group................................................ 44 Chandler-Gilbert Community College.................. 47 Charis Marketing .............................................. 48 Chasse Building Team........................................ 46 Cheba Hut Mesa................................................ 52 Chicago Cubs.................................................... 54 Chick-fil-A at Mesa Riverview............................. 52 Child Rescue Network........................................ 50 CIGNA HealthCare of Arizona............................. 49 City of Mesa - Solid Waste................................. 53 City of Mesa - Water Resources Department...... 48 Clarion Inn......................................................... 49 Clear Vision Window Wash................................. 54 CMIT Solutions of Gilbert and Mesa................... 46 CNN Mortgage - The Morrow Team.................... 50

Cobblestone Auto Spa........................................ 45 COBE Real Estate.............................................. 52 College Bound AZ.............................................. 51 Comic & Media Expo.......................................... 47 Commemorative Air Force Airbase Arizona......... 50 Commercial Metals Company............................. 50 Community Bridges............................................ 51 Concord General Contracting............................. 46 Contractor’s Landfill & Recycling, Inc................. 52 CopperPoint Mutual Insurance Company............ 49 CORE Construction, Inc...................................... 46 Corporate Center at Val Vista............................. 47 Costco Wholesale - Gilbert................................. 54 Costco Wholesale - Mesa.................................. 54 Country Financial............................................... 47 Country Inn & Suites By Carlson......................... 49 Country Investment Group, LLC.......................... 52 Courtyard Marriott Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport........................................ 49 Courtyard Phoenix Mesa.................................... 49 Courtyard Scottsdale Salt River.......................... 49 Cox Communications- Mesa Area Service Center................................................... 54 CPI-Commercial Properties Inc.......................... 52 Cracker Barrel Old Country Store....................... 52 Cradlestone Wealth Services.............................. 47 Crazy Sushi Crab............................................... 52 Creative Human Resources Concepts, LLC......... 47 Crescent Crown Distributing, LLC....................... 45 CRM of Arizona LLC........................................... 53 Crowd Mics........................................................ 54 Culver’s of Mesa on Greenfield........................... 52 Cutters Document Destruction........................... 54 CVV Transcripts................................................. 54 D Daedalus Real Estate Advisors, LLC................... 52 Dale Agency Allstate Insurance.......................... 49 Dave Bang Associates, Inc................................. 51 DED Enterprises................................................. 45 Del Rio Lodge - Extended Stay........................... 49 Dennis Kavanaugh PC........................................ 44 Dental Care of Mesa.......................................... 46 Department of Economic Security-Job Service... 47 Desert Sands Golf Course, Inc........................... 48 Desert View Aerial Photography, LLC................. 51 Desert Wind Harley-Davidson............................. 50 DeVry University/Keller Graduate School............ 53 Dickey’s Barbecue Pit - Power Rd...................... 52 Dickey’s Barbecue Pit - West Mesa.................... 52 Dignity Health.................................................... 48 DMB Associates/Eastmark................................. 52 Dobson Ranch Home Owners Association.......... 50 Dolly Steamboat................................................. 44 Done Your Way Carpet Cleaning......................... 45 Donna Dean IPA/ ABBA..................................... 49 Downtown Mesa Association.............................. 45 Downtown Rendezvous .................................... 52 Dreambuilder Travel........................................... 54 Dunn Transportation / Ollie the Trolley................ 54 Dynasty Legal Documents and Insurance........... 49 E Eagle Stamp & Engraving, Inc............................ 51 Earnhardt Toyota Scion...................................... 45 East Mesa Animal Hospital................................. 54 East Valley Adult Resources............................... 51 East Valley Disaster Services, Inc....................... 47 East Valley Institute of Technology - EVIT........... 53 East Valley Millennial Choirs and Orchestras (MCO).............................................. 47 East Valley Partnership...................................... 51 East Valley Tribune............................................. 50 East Valley Veterans Parade (EVVPA)................. 51 East Valley YMCA - Ross Farnsworth.................. 44 Edge Boutique................................................... 46 Edkey, Inc, (Sequoia Charter Schools)................ 46 Edward Jones - Brent Hoskinson Financial Advisor............................................. 47 Efficiency First Arizona....................................... 47 Eklectic Pie........................................................ 52 Elements Massage - Mesa Gateway................... 50

Elements Massage - South Mesa....................... 50 Elite Golf Schools of Arizona............................... 48 Embraer Executive Jet Services, LLC................. 50 Emergency Air................................................... 44 Empire Collision................................................. 44 Empire Southwest, LLC...................................... 49 Empire Today LLC.............................................. 45 Erik E. Nesheim Insurance Agency..................... 49 Escape Adventure.............................................. 47 Exhibits On Time LLC......................................... 47 EXIT Morales Realty........................................... 52 Express Employment Professionals.................... 47 Extra Innings - BATMD Athletics......................... 54 Extra Space Storage.......................................... 54 EZ OWN Auto Source......................................... 44 F F.C. Arizona Soccer......................................... 54 Fairfield Inn by Marriott...................................... 49 Fairway Independent Mortgage.......................... 44 Fairway Independent Mortgage.......................... 50 Fairways Home Care.......................................... 48 Falcon Field Airport............................................ 44 Family Comfort Hospice..................................... 48 Famous Daves Mesa Riverview.......................... 52 Farm Bureau Financial Services - Houser........... 49 Farnsworth Development - Sunland Springs Village................................................... 52 FASTSIGNS....................................................... 54 Fellowship Square-Mesa.................................... 53 Ferrin Electric.................................................... 46 Fibrenew Mesa.................................................. 48 Fiesta Lincoln.................................................... 44 Fiesta Mall......................................................... 53 FireBeard Technologies...................................... 54 First Fidelity Bank.............................................. 45 Fish Window Cleaning........................................ 54 Flancer’s Restaurant.......................................... 52 Focal Point Business Coaching........................... 46 Focus Climbing Center LLC................................ 47 FP Transport LLC............................................... 54 Frank Cuellar Agency......................................... 49 Friendly Auto Centers......................................... 44 Friendship Village of Tempe................................ 53 Fry’s Food Stores of Arizona............................... 48 G Garry L. Johnson & Associates, Inc.................... 49 Gary A. Robison, DDS........................................ 46 Gateway Bank.................................................... 45 GECO Inc........................................................... 44 Genrose Insurance Agency................................. 49 Gentle Care Home Assistance............................ 48 Giles & Dickson, P.C........................................... 44 Gill’s Grounds.................................................... 46 Gillespie, Shields, Durrant & Goldfarb................. 49 Girl Scouts - Arizona Cactus - Pine Council........ 51 Good Sound Audiology, PLLC............................. 50 Good Works Auto Repair, LLC............................ 44 Goodwill of Central Arizona................................ 51 Gotham City Comics and Coffee......................... 45 Grand Canyon University.................................... 47 Greater Phoenix SCORE..................................... 45 Green Worx Pest Control.................................... 51 Guild Mortgage Company................................... 50 Gunnell’s Tires & Auto........................................ 54 H Hacienda Children’s Hospital.............................. 48 Hacienda de Valencia......................................... 50 Hamblin Coaching.............................................. 46 Hampton Inn & Suites Phoenix East Mesa........... 49 Happy Hair Bands.............................................. 48 Hawkeye Engraving & Plastics............................ 47 HDR Engineering, Inc......................................... 54 Heal the Hero Foundation................................... 51 Health Insurance Express, Inc............................ 49 Heart Dog Communications................................ 50 Heartsong.......................................................... 47 Heavens Medical, PLC ...................................... 48 Helen’s Hope Chest............................................ 51 Heliponents, Inc................................................. 44

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING Helton & Co, Inc................................................. 51 Henry & Horne, LLP........................................... 46 Heritage Village Assisted Living.......................... 44 Hibu................................................................... 50 Highground Inc.................................................. 52 Hilton Phoenix/Mesa.......................................... 49 Home Care Assistance Mesa.............................. 48 Home Depot Exteriors........................................ 48 Home Instead Senior Care.................................. 48 Honda of Superstition Springs............................ 44 Honor Health...................................................... 48 Hooters Fiesta Mall............................................ 52 Hope Village, Inc................................................ 51 Hospice Family Care, Inc.................................... 48 Hospice of the Valley.......................................... 48 House of Refuge................................................ 51 HP2................................................................... 52 Hubbard Family Swim School............................. 53 Humana MarketPOINT, Inc................................. 49 Hummingbird Homes, Inc................................... 50 Hyatt Place Phoenix/Mesa................................. 49 I i.d.e.a. Museum................................................. 50 Idea Source, Inc................................................. 52 Iestyn Dulais, Liberty Mutual Insurance Agent.... 49 Ike’s Love and Sandwiches................................ 52 Imagine Schools at East Mesa............................ 53 Impact Auto Body............................................... 44 InfusionSoft....................................................... 46 Inside The Bungalow.......................................... 52 Insight Imaging.................................................. 50 InsuranceAZ LLC............................................... 54 Intermountain Staffing....................................... 54 International Rectifier......................................... 50 Invision Auto Body............................................. 44 Iora Primary Care............................................... 48 Isagenix............................................................. 48 Ivan Martinez Photography................................. 51 J Jackson White Attorneys At Law........................ 44 Jarrod’s Coffee & Tea Gallery............................. 46 JB Water............................................................ 51 JDRF International Desert Southwest Chapter.... 51 Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, PLC...................... 49 Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches................... 52 John’s Printing & Design LLC............................. 51 Junior Achievement of Arizona........................... 51 K Kabat’s Handy ACE Hardware............................ 48 Karen’s Fan Club and More................................ 50 Karma Event Lighting......................................... 46 Kary Environmental Services.............................. 47 KB Home........................................................... 52 KB Home - Phoenix............................................ 52 Keller Williams East Valley - Ken Rembold.......... 52 Keystone Natural Family Medicine...................... 48 Kids Need To Read............................................. 51 Kiwanis Club of the Superstitions....................... 51 Kneaders Bakery & Cafe.................................... 52 Kneaders Bakery & Cafe.................................... 54 Kohlhase Insurance, Inc..................................... 49 Korral Kool, Inc.................................................. 50 Korvair Digital Media Group................................ 44 KPNX-TV........................................................... 45 KRCAZ Kimco Realty Corp................................. 52 L L & D Refrigeration Inc....................................... 52 La Peau Dermatology......................................... 50 Lady Bug Pest Control........................................ 51 Lakeshore Mortuary........................................... 48 Landings Credit Union........................................ 46 LANstar Communications, LLC.......................... 54 Las Sendas Golf Club......................................... 48 Lavender and Old Lace...................................... 47 Law Office of Yasser F. Sanchez......................... 49 Law Offices of David Michael Cantor.................. 44 Law Offices of Loyd C. Tate................................ 44 Lawson Family Plumbing, Inc............................. 51

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LeBaron & Carroll Insurance.............................. 49 Lee’s Auto Repair, LLC....................................... 44 Legal Match....................................................... 44 Legal Shield - Identity Theft Services................. 49 Lehi Valley Trading Company.............................. 48 Lenhart’s Ace Hardware..................................... 48 Lennar Homes @ Valencia Heights..................... 48 Liberty Arts Academy......................................... 46 Lifetime Investments, LLC.................................. 49 Lofgreen’s Office Products................................. 51 Lohman Company, PLLC.................................... 46 Longbow Golf Club............................................. 48 Los Dos Molinos................................................ 52 Lotus Contracting Services................................ 53 Love of Christ Lutheran Church.......................... 46 Low Budget Movers LLC.................................... 50 Lowe’s Home Improvement - East Mesa............. 48 Lowe’s Home Improvement - Higley.................... 48 Loyd Rhyne, PLLC - Pro Smart Realty ................ 45 Lulubell Toy Bodega........................................... 53 Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest......... 51 Lyneer Staffing Solutions................................... 47 Lyrical Communications LLC.............................. 48 M Ma’am Exams.................................................... 48 MAD Greens - Eat Better.................................... 53 Make-U-Mobile.................................................. 48 Marc Community Resources, Inc........................ 47 Marc Community Resources/TecMarc Inc.......... 54 Marco’s Pizza.................................................... 53 Margaritas Grille................................................ 53 Marilyn Stromsness PHD Psychological Services, PLLC............................ 50 Mariposa Gardens & Funeral Care...................... 48 Mark’s Valley Grading, Inc.................................. 46 Mason Mechanical............................................. 44 Mas Wireless LLC / Cricket - McKellips.............. 46 Mas Wireless LLC / Cricket - Country Club......... 46 Mas Wireless LLC / Cricket - Brown/Mesa Drive.....46 Mas Wireless LLC / Cricket - Alma School.......... 46 MBI-The Market Builder, Inc............................... 51 MBO Executive Suites - Falcon Field.................. 47 MBO Executive Suites - Gateway........................ 45 MD Helicopters, Inc............................................ 50 Medicus Network............................................... 48 Melcher Mortuaries............................................ 48 Melcher Mortuary Chapel of the Roses............... 48 Meldrum Mortuary............................................. 48 Mended Little Hearts of Phoenix......................... 51 Mesa Arts & Crafts Festival................................ 47 Mesa Arts and Culture Department.................... 44 Mesa Awning Company, Inc............................... 45 Mesa Chamber of Commerce............................. 51 Mesa Community College.................................. 53 Mesa Convention Center.................................... 46 Mesa Country Club............................................ 48 Mesa Dr. Martin Luther King Celebration, Inc..... 51 Mesa Family YMCA............................................ 44 Mesa Fire and Medical Department.................... 47 Mesa Independent............................................. 50 Mesa Market Place Swap Meet.......................... 53 Mesa Mezona Hotel............................................ 49 Mesa Police Association.................................... 51 Mesa Police Department.................................... 52 Mesa Public Library - Dobson Ranch Branch...... 49 Mesa Public Library - Main Branch..................... 49 Mesa Public Library - Mesa Express Library....... 49 Mesa Public Library - Red Mountain Branch....... 49 Mesa Sister Cities.............................................. 51 Mesa Sports Association, Inc. dba HoHoKams of Mesa..................................... 51 Mesa TV & Appliance......................................... 54 Mesa Unified School District.............................. 53 Mesa United Way............................................... 51 MesaSEO.net..................................................... 50 Metris................................................................ 53 MGC Pure Chemicals America, Inc..................... 50 Michael A. Pollack Real Estate Investments........ 52 Millie’s Cafe LLC................................................ 53 Minuteman Home Services, LLC........................ 44 Mirex Marketing................................................. 50

Mission Palms of Mesa...................................... 48 Modern Law....................................................... 44 Monkey Business LTD........................................ 45 Monte Vista Village Resort................................. 50 Moreno’s Mexican Grill....................................... 53 Morgan Pavement.............................................. 46 Motor Media...................................................... 47 Mountain America Credit Union.......................... 46 Mountain View Family Dental............................. 47 Mountain View Funeral Home & Cemetery.......... 46 Mountain Vista Family Care................................ 51 Mountain Vista Gastroenterology........................ 51 Mountain Vista Internal Medicine....................... 51 Mountain Vista Medical Center........................... 49 Mountain Vista Neurology and Sleep Disorders Center................................................ 51 Mountain Vista Surgical Specialists.................... 51 Moveo Financial Group Inc................................. 47 Mutual of Omaha............................................... 49 MyNewsMesa.com............................................ 50 N N2 Publishing.................................................... 52 Nammo Talley, Inc.............................................. 49 National Comedy Theatre................................... 47 National General Lender Services....................... 49 Navy Federal Credit Union.................................. 46 Naya Energy LLC................................................ 47 Neighborhood Economic Development............... 45 Network Automotive Service Center................... 44 New Hope Community Center............................ 46 Newbridge Telecom Solutions ........................... 54 Newman Chiropractic......................................... 46 NextCare Urgent Care........................................ 54 Nichols Lock & Security Co. Inc.......................... 50 Nirvana Shots Photography, LLC........................ 51 NMT (Neuro Motional Training)........................... 45 Norris Air, Inc..................................................... 44 Nothing Bundt Cakes......................................... 45 Nunthaporn’s Thai Cuisine................................. 53 O Oakland Athletics............................................... 54 Oakwood Creative Care...................................... 51 Ocean Air........................................................... 44 Oceans of Opportunities..................................... 49 Office Depot...................................................... 51 Office of Economic Development/Mesa.............. 47 Ogden & Company, Inc....................................... 52 Old American Iron.............................................. 45 Old Republic Title............................................... 52 On Target Staffing LLC....................................... 47 One Call Services............................................... 44 OneAccord Pain Center...................................... 51 OneAZ Credit Union........................................... 46 Orbital ATK - Mesa............................................. 46 Organ Stop Pizza............................................... 53 Original Blue Adobe Grill.................................... 53 Our Town America............................................. 50 Over-Flo Missions Inc......................................... 51 P Pacino’s Italian................................................... 53 Paragon Vision Sciences.................................... 50 Park Place Resort.............................................. 50 Partitions & Accessories Company..................... 51 Passey-Bond Co., Inc........................................ 49 Pawsitive Friendships......................................... 51 Paychex Inc....................................................... 44 Paz de Cristo..................................................... 50 PCT International, Inc......................................... 54 Perkinson Properties LLC................................... 52 Pete’s Fish & Chips............................................ 53 Peter, Paul and Mary Remembered.................... 47 Phoenix Business Journal.................................. 50 Phoenix Children’s Hospital Specialty & Urgent Care Center............................................ 49 Phoenix Logistics, Inc........................................ 47 Phoenix Marriott Mesa....................................... 49 Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority........... 44 Pita Jungle-Dana Park....................................... 53 Play It Safe Playgrounds..................................... 51 PODS................................................................. 50

Pomeroy’s Men’s Stores..................................... 46 Power of Pain Foundation................................... 51 Power Pill........................................................... 44 Power Quality Professionals, LLC....................... 54 Power Square - Mall Management Office........... 53 PRI Graphics, Inc............................................... 51 ProSmart Realty - Frank Crockett, PLC.............. 52 PRP Wine International...................................... 47 R R & K Building Supplies...................................... 45 R Entertainment Company.................................. 47 Ragnar Events, LLC............................................ 47 Rapid Iphone Fix................................................ 46 Rayhon’s Financial Solutions.............................. 47 re_group........................................................... 46 ReadyComics.com............................................. 46 Realty One Group............................................... 52 Red Mountain Bookkeeping................................ 45 Red Mountain Carpet & Tile............................... 47 Red Shoes Marketing Group............................... 45 RedFynn Technologies....................................... 45 Regus................................................................ 45 Residence Inn Phoenix Mesa.............................. 49 Resolution Copper ............................................ 50 Resurrection Street Ministry, Incorporated......... 51 Riggs & Ellsworth Electric Inc............................. 47 Right Away Disposal........................................... 54 Rinse n Ride Car Wash....................................... 45 RJC Contracting, Inc.......................................... 46 Robert Crist and Company RV............................ 53 Rodizio Grill........................................................ 53 Rolfs at Arrowhead & iqonic clinic...................... 54 Rolfs at Gainey Village & iqonic clinic.................. 54 Rolfs at the Foothills & iqonic clinic.................... 54 Rolfs Global....................................................... 53 Rosati’s Pizza Pub Of Mesa................................ 53 Rowley Chapman & Barney, Ltd.......................... 44 Runyan Insurance Group, LLC............................ 49 S S D Crane Builders, Inc...................................... 46 Safelite Auto Glass............................................. 45 Safelite Auto Glass Store 6193........................... 45 Sagicor Life Insurance Company........................ 49 Salt River Project............................................... 54 Sandstone Promotions....................................... 52 Santander Consumer USA.................................. 54 Sante’ Healthcare Rehabilitation........................ 52 Save the Family.................................................. 51 Schmidt Westergard & Company, PLLC.............. 46 Schnepf Farms.................................................. 47 SEC Electrical Contractor, LLC........................... 47 SeniorMoves.org................................................ 53 SEO Ranker Agency........................................... 49 Service Team Of Professionals Mesa.................. 53 Servpro of North Central Mesa........................... 47 Sheraton Mesa Hotel at Wrigleyville West........... 49 SHIPHAUS......................................................... 53 Sidestep Coaching Arizona................................. 46 Sierra Preparatory Academy............................... 47 Silver Star Theater............................................. 47 Skousen, Gulbrandsen & Patience, PLC.............. 44 SkyMed - John Thompson................................. 50 Smashburger..................................................... 53 Smashburger..................................................... 53 Smashburger..................................................... 53 Smoothie King................................................... 47 Social Butterfly Communications........................ 50 Sonic Drive-In.................................................... 53 Soul Liberations, LLC......................................... 51 South East Valley Region. Assoc. Realtors (SEVAR)............................................... 52 Southern Pavilion Self Storage........................... 54 Southwest Airlines............................................. 44 Southwest Business Credit Services................... 46 Southwest Gas Corporation................................ 48 Southwest Shakespeare Company..................... 47 Space Age Auto Paint Store............................... 51 Special Devices Incorporated............................. 50 Springs at Alta Mesa.......................................... 44 Sprint................................................................ 46 Stapley Center Firehouse Subs........................... 53


LISTING Stapley Pharmacy.............................................. 51 Stewart Law Group............................................ 44 Storage West..................................................... 54 Straight Line Suspension................................... 53 Strategic Marketing Services............................. 50 Summit Medicine and Pediatrics, LLC................ 51 Sun Devil Liquor................................................. 54 Sun Valley Hospice East..................................... 48 Sunbelt Business Brokers of Phoenix.................. 45 Sunland Springs Golf Club.................................. 48 Sunshine Acres Children’s Home Inc.................. 51 Super Cleaners.................................................. 46 Superstition Springs Center............................... 53 Superstition Springs Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram... 44 Superstition Springs Golf Club............................ 48 Superstition Springs Lexus................................. 45 Surf & Ski Enterprises........................................ 52 Surge IT, LLC..................................................... 46 Sweet Susan’s, LLC........................................... 45 Synergis Education, Inc...................................... 47 Synergy Cycles of Mesa..................................... 45 T T. Carmichael, P.C.............................................. 46 Taxanista........................................................... 44 TC Eggington’s................................................... 53 TCF Bank........................................................... 45 TCT Property Management Services.................. 52 Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services.................... 51 Tennison Investments, Inc.................................. 54 Teriyaki Madness............................................... 53 Tesla Driven Electric, LLC................................... 47 Texas Roadhouse............................................... 53 Texting Made Easy............................................. 50 The Adams Agency............................................ 49 The Arizona Republic......................................... 50 The Boeing Co................................................... 49 The Branded Image............................................ 44 The Brass Tap.................................................... 48 The Broken Yolk Cafe......................................... 53 The Camp Transformation Center Queen Creek / Mesa.......................................... 47 The Dhaba / Think Human.................................. 53 The Distinguished Gentlemen’s Club, Inc. (TDG Club)......................................................... 47 The Duttons....................................................... 44 The Falls Event Center....................................... 47 The Ferraro Group - Phoenix.............................. 52 The Finnegan Group, Inc.................................... 50 The Four Points by Sheraton at Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport................................................. 49 The Fruth Group................................................. 54 The Hub Grill and Bar - Sossaman Location........ 54 The HUB Grill and Bar - Stapley Location............ 53 The Jocelyn Tangitau Foundation Inc - JTF......... 48 The Maricopa County Industrial Development Authority....................................... 49 The Rapp IT Up Wireless Security Company....... 53 The River Source............................................... 48 The Salvation Army Mesa Corps......................... 51 The Summit at Sunland Springs......................... 50 The Thompson’s Travel - Cruise Planners........... 54 The VUE @ Augusta Ranch................................ 53 The Well Chiropractic Clinic, LLC........................ 46 Thinc. Tank........................................................ 52 Thompson’s Auto Repair & Towing..................... 54 Thrive Christian Community Church................... 46 Tia Juanita Awesome Sauce, LLC...................... 48 Tipsy Cactus Taproom & Bottle Shop.................. 53 Tom Dove Agency.............................................. 49 Tom Rhodes....................................................... 54 Tom’s BBQ......................................................... 53 Tom’s Camperland............................................. 54 Top Aces Corp................................................... 45 Topgolf.............................................................. 53 Tortilla Flat......................................................... 54 Toshiba Business Solutions................................ 46 Total Transit....................................................... 54 Trans-Matic Manufacturing Co........................... 50 Transamerica Financial Advisors........................ 49 TransCity Property Management, Inc.................. 52 Travelodge - Mesa............................................. 49 Truly Nolen of America, Inc................................ 51

TrustBank.......................................................... 45 TruWest Credit Union......................................... 46 Truwest Credit Union.......................................... 46 Two Men And A Truck........................................ 50 U UCI Realty, LLC - Laura Maltby........................... 52 Udall Shumway PLC........................................... 44 Uhaul of Eastern Arizona.................................... 50 Ulthera, Inc........................................................ 50 Uncle Bear’s Grill & Tap...................................... 53 Unique Landscapes by Griffin Unique Custom Pools......................................... 49 UNISON Bank.................................................... 45 United Blood Services........................................ 45 United Food Bank............................................... 48 United Mesa Fire Fighters.................................. 52 United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc............... 51 University Lock and Security.............................. 54 UnPhogettable................................................... 53 Upper Iowa University........................................ 47 Urban Trails @ The District................................ 52 V Valley Express Towing and Auto Repair............... 54 Valley Metro....................................................... 52 Valley of the Sun Real Estate.............................. 52 Valpak Metro Phoenix & East Mesa Valley........... 50 Velofix Mobile Bike Shop - Arizona East Valley.... 45 Verde Dimora..................................................... 44 Via Church......................................................... 46 Village Inn.......................................................... 53 Village Square At Dana Park............................... 49 Village Square at Dana Park............................... 53 VimTrim............................................................. 48 VIP Taxi............................................................. 54 Visit Mesa.......................................................... 46 Vivint, Inc........................................................... 53 Volunteer-Marcia Miner...................................... 54 W Wait Training - Waiter Boot Camp....................... 53 Walmart Neighborhood Market........................... 48 Walmart............................................................. 48 Walmart #2482................................................. 47 Walmart Neighborhood Market-5257................. 48 Walmart Neighborhood Market #5304............... 48 Walmart Neighborhood Market #5349............... 48 Walmart Store #3799....................................... 47 Walmart Store #1646........................................ 47 Walmart Supercenter......................................... 47 Walmart Supercenter #5428.............................. 47 Walmart Supercenter Store #3833.................... 47 Water & Energy Systems Technology, Inc........... 54 Waxie Sanitary Supply....................................... 49 Weather Masters, Inc......................................... 44 Web-Op............................................................. 49 Website Design & SEO Pro Marketing................. 54 Website Design Plus.......................................... 54 Wells Fargo........................................................ 45 Wells Fargo Bank - Southeast Valley Business Bank................................................... 45 Wells Fargo Bank Arizona................................... 45 Wells Fargo Bank of Arizona............................... 45 Wells Fargo Business Banking............................ 45 West Mesa CDC................................................. 45 Westgate Resorts............................................... 52 Westwood Professional Services, Inc................. 47 What The Hell Bar & Grill.................................... 53 Wilkes University................................................ 47 Willis Property Company, LLC............................ 52 Windemere Hotel & Conference Center.............. 49 Wireless Vision - T-Mobile Partner..................... 53 Woksticks, LLC.................................................. 53 Worldpay........................................................... 46 WSS.................................................................. 53 Y Y-KNOT Party Corporation................................. 52 Z Zappone’s Italian Bistro & Catering.................... 53 Zippy Zebra Plumbing LLC................................. 51

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY ACCOUNTING Paychex Inc. 16404 N. Black Canyon Hwy., #140, Phoenix, AZ 85053 (602) 266-3660x23554 bknoll@paychex.com ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING AND BOOKKEEPING Taxanista 6638 E. Baseline Rd., #101, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 331-3316 promo@taxanista.com ACCOUNTING MORTGAGE LOANS Fairway Independent Mortgage 55 N Arizona Place, Chandler, AZ 85225 (480) 567-3186 kmessner@fairwaymc.com ACCOUNTING AND BOOKKEEPING SERVICE Bulletproof Bookkeeping & Professional Office Services, LLC Gilbert, AZ 85298 (480) 313-6093 janice@bpbaz.com ADVERTISING CG Promo Group 316 N. Stapley Dr., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 655-1444 john@cgpromo.com

Heliponents, Inc. 4930 E. Falcon Dr., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 981-8300 chad@heliponentsinc.com

Brookdale Springs Mesa 6220 East Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 985-8900 rstone1@brookdale.com

Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park 37615 E. U.S. Hwy. 60, Superior, AZ 85273 (520) 689-2811 btainfo@ag.arizona.edu/BTA

AIRCRAFT SCHOOLS

Heritage Village Assisted Living 8035 E. Brown Rd., Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 686-8530 stan@heritagemesa.com

Dolly Steamboat 16802 N. Hwy 88, Tortilla Flat, AZ 85290 (480) 827-9144 customerservice@dollysteamboat.net

ASSISTED LIVING HEALTH CARE

The Duttons 7420 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 840-6874 joshdutton@spamex.com

CAE Oxford Aviation Academy 5010 E. Falcon Dr., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 948-4515 jerod.bybee@cae.com AIRLINE COMPANIES Southwest Airlines 1959 S. Power Rd., #103 PMB #242 Mesa, AZ 85206 (602) 304-3900 jackie.thompson@wnco.com AIRPORT Falcon Field Airport 4800 E. Falcon Dr., Mesa, AZ 85215-2506 (480) 644-2450 airport.info@mesaaz.gov Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority 5835 S. Sossaman Rd., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 988-7606 tjohnson@phxmesagateway.org AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION AllPro Anytime Transportation 659 W. Navarro Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 251-1551 allproanytime@msn.com AMBULANCE SERVICE - MEDICAL

Korvair Digital Media Group Mesa, AZ 85212 (925) 519-6010 stefanie@korvair.com

AMR (American Medical Response) 617 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (800) 418-5523 Glenn.Kasprzyk@amr.net

ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES

APARTMENTS

The Branded Image 8335 E. Culver St., Mesa, AZ 85207 (602) 292-5646 nancy@thebrandedimage.com

Alta Vista Adult Apartments 1444 N. Recker Rd., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 985-7676

AEROSPACE ELECTRONICS GECO Inc. 1754 N. 48th St., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 222-6800 info@gecoinc.com

Avenue 8 1050 W. 8th Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 305-0056 michelle@pemresidential.com

AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING

Springs at Alta Mesa 1865 N. Higley Rd., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 659-4500 springsataltamesa@shelton-cook.com

Emergency Air 2451 W. Birchwood Ave., #110, Mesa, AZ 85202 (602) 400-0000 info@emergencyair.com

Verde Dimora 2217 N. Power Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 718-5700 verdedimora@shelton-cook.com

Mason Mechanical 962 E. Isabella Ave., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 835-9928 deanna@masonmechanical.com

ARCADE

Norris Air, Inc. 3841 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 832-3330 paula.norris@norrisairinc.com Ocean Air P.O. Box 51737, Mesa, AZ 85208 (480) 358-9435 oceanac@cox.net One Call Services 2135 N. Horne, Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 663-2255 info@azplumbers.com & rob@azplumbers.com AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR PLUMBING Minuteman Home Services, LLC 1533 N. Alma School Rd., #7, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 755-5818 info@minutemanhomeservices.com AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL Weather Masters, Inc. 155 E. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 832-9659 Cindy@acdudes.com AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE Cessna Aircraft Company 5533 S. Sossaman Rd., Mesa, AZ 85212 (316) 517-6000 pcdixon@cessna.textron.com

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Brookdale Senior Living East Arbor 6060 E. Arbor Ave., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 807-6600 courtney.howard@brookdale.com ASSOCIATIONS East Valley YMCA - Ross Farnsworth 1807 S. Sunview, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 649-9622 lknox@vosymca.org

AUDIO/VIDEO-SALES/SERVICE/ INSTALLATION Blue Parrot Home Theater & Security, LLC Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 361-8935 wayne.coleman@bphts.com AUTO REPAIR AND SERVICE

Mesa Family YMCA 207 N. Mesa Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 969-8166 jhayes@vosymca.org

Good Works Auto Repair, LLC 2348 E. Broadway Rd., Tempe, AZ 85282 (480) 894-0018 manager@goodworksautorepair.com

ATTORNEYS

Lee’s Auto Repair, LLC 9123 E Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 986-5811 lee@leesautorepair.com

Buntrock Law Group, PLLC 2158 N. Gilbert Rd., #119, Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 664-7728 shane@buntrocklaw.com Cantor Crane - Personal Injury & Accident Lawyers 1 East Washington St., #1800, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 254-2701 info@cantorcrane.com

Network Automotive Service Center 104 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 649-0839 sheila@networkautomotive.com AUTO REPAIR AND SERVICE TIRES

Dennis Kavanaugh PC 1630 S. Stapley Dr., #210, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 894-6662 dkavanaugh@daykavanaugh.com

Arizona Tire Pros and Auto Repair 2033 W. University Dr., #113, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 424-7767 info@aztirepros.com

Giles & Dickson, P.C. 238 W. 2nd St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 964-3505 john@gilesdicksonlaw.com

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICE, BODY REPAIR

Jackson White Attorneys At Law 40 N. Center St., #200, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 464-1111 lcoyle@jacksonwhitelaw.com Law Offices of David Michael Cantor East Washington St., #1800, Phoenix, AZ 85392 (602) 307-0808 info@dmcantor.com

Friendly Auto Centers 5026 E. Main St., #25, Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 830-9377 steve@friendlyautocenters.com AUTO SALES AND LEASING EZ OWN Auto Source 530 W. Main St., Mesa, Arizona 85201 (602) 977-2886 info@ezoauto.com AUTO-BODY REPAIR AND PAINTING

Law Offices of Loyd C. Tate 1921 S. Alma School Rd., #303, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 345-1400 loydtatelaw@gmail.com

Empire Collision 525 W. 3rd Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 454-1850 info@empirecollisionaz.com

ARCHITECTS

Legal Match 395 Oyster Point Blvd., # 550, South San Francisco, CA 94080 (866) 686-5342 legalmatching@legalmatch.com

Impact Auto Body 5035 E. McKellips Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 325-5035 customerservice@impactautobody.com

Adaptive Architects 48 W. Main St., #200, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 655-0633 vince@sdarch.com

Modern Law 1744 S. Val Vista Drive, #205, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 649-2905 info@mymodernlaw.com

ART

Rowley Chapman & Barney, Ltd. 63 E Main St Ste 501, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 833-1113x206 info@azlegal.com

Power Pill 158 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 656-7211 powerpillarcade@gmail.com

Arts, Culture & Humanities Mesa Arts and Culture Department One E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 644-6501 cindy.ornstein@mesaartscenter.com ASSISTED LIVING Brookdale Baywood Senior Living Solutions 310 S. 63rd St., Mesa, AZ 85206 (623) 505-4673 terri.berrigan@brookdale.com Brookdale Broadway Mesa Senior Living Solutions 7231 E. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85208 (480) 807-4700 debra.ohgemcelroy@brookdale.com Brookdale East Mesa 6145 E. Arbor Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 832-1300 cynthia.borski@brookdale.com

Skousen, Gulbrandsen & Patience, PLC 414 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 833-8800 attorney@sgplaw.com Stewart Law Group 1910 S Stapley Dr. Ste 221, Mesa, Arizona 85204 (480) 491-0109 pnc@arizonalawgroup.com

Invision Auto Body 4134 E. Valley Auto Dr., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 503-1414 brian@invisionautobody.com AUTOMOBILE DEALERS-NEW AND USED Berge Ford 460 E. Auto Center Dr., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 497-1111 shadden@bergeford.com Cardinale Way Mazda at Superstition Springs 6343 E. Test Dr., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 355-4405 thays@cardinaleway.com Fiesta Lincoln 1720 S. Mesa Dr., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 813-4900

Udall Shumway PLC 1138 N. Alma School Rd., # 101, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 461-5300 jea@udallshumway.com

Honda of Superstition Springs 6229 E. Auto Park Dr., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 355-6900 chrisz@supershonda.com

ATTRACTIONS

Superstition Springs Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram 6130 E. Auto Park Dr., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 293-0215 kbarnes@supercj.com

Arizona Renaissance Festival & Artisan Marketplace 12601 E. Hwy. 60, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 (520) 463-2600 marketing@renfestinfo.com


BUSINESS DIRECTORY Superstition Springs Lexus 6206 E. Test Dr., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 324-8900 NLane@vtaig.com

TrustBank 1525 S. Greenfield Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 981-8680 sandra.hudson@tbaz.com

Earnhardt Toyota Scion 6136 E. Auto Loop, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 807-9700 Michael.Brienza@earnhardt.com

UNISON Bank 3740 E. Southern Ave., # 120, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 497-9800 smiller@unisonbank.com

AUTOMOTIVE

Wells Fargo 2655 N Power Rd, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 325-7920

Addictive Desert Designs 4840 E. Jasmine St. #112, Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 671-0820 Molly@addictivedesertdesigns.com Advance Auto Parts 1202 W. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 833-7811 marcus.vasquez@advance-auto.com Arizona Commercial Truck Sales & Services 2560 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85213 (480) 833-2200 jeff@azcommercialtrucks.net Old American Iron 650 W. McKellips Rd., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 478-0601 tamara@oldamericaniron.com Safelite Auto Glass 5851 E. McKellips Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (602) 425-8776 justin.cardwell@safelite.com Safelite Auto Glass Store 6193 255 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 464-5730 heather.brimer@safelite.com AVIATION SERVICES Canyon State Aero - Helicopter Flight Training 4855 E. Falcon Dr., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 302-1680 tiffani@cannyonstateaero.com Top Aces Corp. 6355 S. Sossaman Rd., Bldg A, Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 792-6214 lindsay.oliekan@topaces.com AWNINGS Mesa Awning Company, Inc. 2403 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85213 (480) 969-4064 BAKERIES Sweet Susan’s, LLC 2157 S. Zinnia, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 202-7554 susancakebaker@gmail.com BAKERIES CATERING Nothing Bundt Cakes 2285 E. Baseline Rd #103, Gilbert, AZ 85234 (425) 214-3535 jan.newton@nothingbundtcakes.com BANKS Alliance Bank of Arizona 1110 E. Baseline Rd., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 609-2900 jhathcock@alliancebankofarizona.com Arizona Bank & Trust 1331 W. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 844-4500 PBorlaug@arizbank.com BMO Harris Bank 9953 E. Baseline Rd., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 357-3320 helen.voyiatzis@bmo.com First Fidelity Bank 63 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 905-6372 kshirk@ffb.com Gateway Bank 6860 E. Warner Rd., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 358-1000 jamesc@gcbaz.com TCF Bank 1130 S. Signal Butte Rd., Mesa, AZ 85208 (602) 716-8926 chumphri@tcfbank.com

Wells Fargo 305 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 644-8320 Wells Fargo 121 S. Power Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 827-2343 Wells Fargo 259 W. First Ave., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 644-8260 Wells Fargo 339 E. Brown Rd., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 461-9241 Wells Fargo 2864 N Power Rd, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 396-3256 Wells Fargo 1122 N. Higley Rd., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 830-6328

BEER AND ALE-WHOLESALE AND DISTRIBUTORS Crescent Crown Distributing, LLC 1640 W. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 685-2000x2016 nbaier@ccdaz.com BICYCLE SALES AND SERVICE Synergy Cycles of Mesa 300 S. Val Vista Dr., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 939-9255 nowyouknow@msn.com Velofix Mobile Bike Shop - Arizona East Valley Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 582-8725 cyost@velofix.com BLOOD BANK HEALTH CARE NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS United Blood Services 6220 E. Oak St., Scottsdale, AZ 85257 (480) 675-5561 jhopkins@bloodsystems.org

Wells Fargo of Arizona 1860 E. University, Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 350-2424 Wells Fargo Business Banking 305 E. Main St., #305, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 644-8386 Wells Fargo 1116 S. Crismon Rd, Ste 107, Mesa, AZ 85208 (480) 358-6040 Wells Fargo 365 S. Power Rd, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 807-3919 Wells Fargo 1225 W Guadalupe Rd, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 820-5715 Wells Fargo 1951 W. Baseline Rd, Mesa, AZ 85202 Wells Fargo 1256 E. McKellips, Mesa, AZ 85203 BARS, PUBS, AND CLUBS RESTAURANTS Monkey Business LTD. 1720 W. Southern Ave., #C5, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 890-2276 unclemonkeys@phxcoxmail.com

West Mesa CDC 567 W. 10th St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 964-3751 cynthia.wmcdc@gmail.com BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND LENDING Neighborhood Economic Development 10 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 258-6927 dcrummey@nedco-mesa.org

Downtown Mesa Association 100 N. Center St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 890-2613 david@downtownmesa.com

BOOKKEEPING SERVICE

Red Shoes Marketing Group 5135 E Ingram Street, Mesa, AZ 85205 (626) 628-5208 kim.gauthier@redshoesmc.com

BOOKS

Wells Fargo Arizona 1333 S. Alma School Rd., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 350-2412

Business Performance Group Arizona 3941 E. Weather Vane Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85296 (480) 788-3784 john@bpgarizona.com

Boulder Boats Arizona, LLC 33 W. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85210-1505 (480) 374-4400x3083 Joelynf@boulderboats.com

Wells Fargo 2727 E. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 834-2467

Wells Fargo - Southeast Valley Business Bank 2410 S. Power Rd., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 396-1885 curtisrh@wellsfargo.com

BUSINESS CONSULTANTS BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS SERVICES

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING

Red Mountain Bookkeeping 2517 N. Raven Circle, Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 641-1914 Dave@redmountainbookkeeping.com

Wells Fargo 1901 S. Gilbert Rd, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 497-1830 gabe.lewis@wellsfargo.com

Am Plan American Property Liability Network 1910 S. Stapley Dr., #221, Mesa, AZ 85204 (602) 463-6023 support@amplanaz.com

BOAT DEALER

Wells Fargo 4525 E. McKellips Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 807-7000 angela.m.morris@wellsfargo.com

Wells Fargo 2112 S Ellsworth Rd, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 373-8000

BUSINESS CONSULTANTS

Bonny Books P.O. Box 40073, Mesa, AZ 85274 (480) 330-3840 patience@bonnybooks.com Gotham City Comics and Coffee 46 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 649-3065 pjohnson22@cox.net BOWLING LANES Brunswick Zone Mesa 1754 W. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 834-0588 jpulzato@bowlbrunswick.com BROADBAND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

BUSINESS SERVICES Greater Phoenix SCORE 40 N. Center St. #104, Mesa, AZ 85201 (602) 745-7250 neil.brown@scorephoenix.org MBO Executive Suites - Gateway 4135 S. Power Rd., #133, Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 751-2908 Carol.Boyce@MBOExecutiveSuites.com RedFynn Technologies 960 W. Elliot Rd., Tempe, AZ 85284 (888) 510-9871 info@redfynn.com Regus 1910 S. Stapley Dr., #221, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 386-5002 Susan.Mooney@regus.com CAR WASH

CenturyLink 20 E. Thomas Rd. 4th Floor, Phoenix, AZ 85012 (602) 512-2528 David.L.Ziegler@CenturyLink.com

American Speed Wash 1560 S. Gilbert Rd., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 926-1177 americanspeedwash@gmail.com

BROADCASTING STATIONS-TELEVISION

Cobblestone Auto Spa 1855 S. Signal Butte Rd., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 626-6000 j.mcmorris@cobblestoneautospa.com

KPNX-TV 200 E. Van Buren St., Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 577-2017 rsscibona@12news.com BUILDING MATERIALS-RETAIL R & K Building Supplies 25 W. Baseline Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85233 (480) 892-0025 ap@randk.com BUSINESS BROKERS Loyd Rhyne, PLLC - Pro Smart Realty 1839 S. Alma School Rd., #380, Mesa, AZ 85210 (602) 284-7617 loydrhyne@gmail.com

Rinse n Ride Car Wash 1726 N. Country Club Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 266-9466 lbathel@me.com CARE PROVIDERS DED Enterprises Mesa, AZ 85210 (808) 278-8864 daviddenboer@yandex.com CARPETS AND RUGS CARPET, DRAPERY AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS

Sunbelt Business Brokers of Phoenix AZ 85207 (602) 266-1224 rlegrand1@outlook.com

Done Your Way Carpet Cleaning 11225 N. 28th Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85029 (480) 430-9736 dywcleaning@yahoo.com

BUSINESS COACH

CARPETS AND RUGS FLOORING

NMT (Neuro Motional Training) 14 N. Robson, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 334-8350 drcarlschwartz@gmail.com

Empire Today LLC 6555 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 832-0400 kshah@empire-today.com

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY CASINOS Casino Arizona 9700 E. Indian Bend Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85271 (480) 850-7777 ramon.martinez@casinoaz.com CELLULAR REPAIR Rapid Iphone Fix 1260 S. Doran, Mesa, AZ 85204 (602) 801-2214 rapidiphonefix@gmail.com CELLULAR TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES Sprint 1425 S. Alma School Rd., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 437-0400 mahsa.ahmadi@sprint.com Mas Wireless LLC / Cricket - McKellips 1229 E. McKellips Rd., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 464-6308 Mas Wireless LLC / Cricket - Country Club 354 N. Country Club Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 844-1110 Mas Wireless LLC / Cricket - Brown/ Mesa Drive Mesa, AZ 85201 (602) 438-1122 MAS Wireless LLC/CRICKET - Alma School 2722 S. Alma School Rd., #7 Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 654-8042 CEMETARIES AND MEMORIAL PARKS Mountain View Funeral Home & Cemetery 7900 E Main St, Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 832-2850 gcoury@mvfuneralhome.com CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Henry & Horne, LLP 2055 E. Warner Rd., #101, Tempe, AZ 85284 (480) 839-4900 GaryF@hhcpa.com Schmidt Westergard & Company, PLLC 77 W. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 834-6030 jbither@sw-cpa.com T. Carmichael, P.C. 421 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 649-9550 cpa@tccpa.com CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING AND BOOKKEEPING SERVICE Lohman Company, PLLC 1630 S. Stapley Dr., #108, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 355-1100 info@lohmancompany.com CHARTER SCHOOL Liberty Arts Academy 3015 S. Power Rd., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 830-3444 Julia.Angel@leonagroup.com CHARTER SCHOOL EDUCATION Edkey, Inc, (Sequoia Charter Schools) 1460 S. Horne St., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 461-3200 mduplissis@edkey.org CHIROPRACTORS AFC Physical Medicine & Chiropractic 3130 E. Baseline Rd., #107, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 345-1980 afcmesa@gmail.com Newman Chiropractic 266 W. 3rd Pl., #1, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 835-1174 drshanlyn@cox.net The Well Chiropractic Clinic, LLC 2451 E. Baseline Rd., #410, Gilbert, AZ 85234 (480) 656-1233 docgarst@gmail.com

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CHIROPRACTORS HEALTH CARE Backfit Health + Spine 5233 E. Southern Ave. #104, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 830-2882 info@backfithealth.com CHURCHES Love of Christ Lutheran Church 1525 N. Power Rd., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 981-6199 dickbeckman@loclc.org New Hope Community Center 6915 E. University Drive, Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 981-0802 tcooper@bccmesa.com Thrive Christian Community Church 10045 E. Madero Ave., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 249-9940 pastorbob@thriveccc.org Via Church 740 N. Power Rd., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 985-8121 info@viachurch.org CLEANERS Super Cleaners 2445 N. 32nd St., Phoenix, AZ 85008 (602) 956-9000 jaechin61@gmail.com CLOTHING-RETAIL Edge Boutique 19 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 969-3343 edge.boutique.az@gmail.com Pomeroy’s Men’s Stores 136 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 833-0733 michelfluhr@aol.com COACHING-BUSINESS Sidestep Coaching Arizona Mesa, AZ 85205 (602) 432-5956 agustin@sidestepcoaching.com COACHING-BUSINESS Hamblin Coaching Gilbert, AZ 85234 (801) 556-1097 leohamblin@gmail.com COACHING/PERSONAL LEADERSHIP Focal Point Business Coaching Mesa, AZ 85215 (602) 750-3017 sfeld@focalpointcoaching.com COFFEE SHOP Gill’s Grounds 4011 S. Power Rd., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 236-3911 info@gillsgrounds.com Jarrod’s Coffee & Tea Gallery 154 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 252-2199 jarrodmartinez@hotmail.com COMIC BOOKS ReadyComics.com 5135 E. Ingram St., #6, Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 641-6240 gforshey@readycomics.com COMPUTER NETWORK SERVICES CMIT Solutions of Gilbert and Mesa 4140 E. Baseline Rd, #101, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 926-6445 amartinez@cmitsolutions.com COMPUTER SERVICES Surge IT, LLC Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 389-6515 hskigis@surgeitaz.com

COMPUTER SOFTWARE AND SERVICES

CONVENTION AND VISITORS’ BUREAU

InfusionSoft 1260 S. Spectrum Blvd., Chandler, AZ 85286 (866) 800-0004 sales@infusionsoft.com

Visit Mesa 120 N. Center St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 827-4700 info@visitmesa.com

COMPUTER SOFTWARE PROGRAMMER

CONVENTION SERVICES AND FACILITIES

BizLInk Solutions Mesa, AZ (480) 255-5102 russg@bizlinksolutions.net

Mesa Convention Center 263 N. Center St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 644-3566 meetings@mesaaz.gov & karen.davis@mesaaz.gov

COMPUTER SUPPLIES AND SERVICE

COPIERS AND SUPPLIES

Cartridge World Mesa 1155 S. Power Rd. #116, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 854-3080 larry.cartridgeworld@yahoo.com

Toshiba Business Solutions 480 N. 54th St., #1, Chandler, AZ 85226 (602) 470-8888 monte.moore@tbs.toshiba.com

CONSTRUCTION

CORPORATE EVENTS EVENTS EVENTS AND OCCASIONS

Briston Construction, LLC 309 E. 10th Dr., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 776-5810 info@bristonconstruction.com CORE Construction, Inc. 3036 E. Greenway Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85032 (602) 494-0800 jessicabateman@coreconstruction.com Mark’s Valley Grading, Inc. 2425 N. Center Street, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 892-8025 joshs@marksvalleygrading.com Morgan Pavement 19 E. 8th Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 524-9811 dbanbury@morganpavement.com RJC Contracting, Inc. 4710 E. Falcon Dr., #209, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 357-0868 kristi@rjccontracting.com CONSULTANT COMPANY Access Architectural, LLC Phoenix, AZ 85044 (480) 577-1271 peter@accessarchitectural.com re_group 2026 Buehrle Dr., Jefferson City, MO 65109 (573) 680-2365 info@timetoregroup.com

Karma Event Lighting 1826 W. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 969-3766 jeremy@karmaeventlighting.com CREDIT CARD/MERCHANT SERVICES Worldpay 600 Morgan Falls Rd., Atlanta, GA 30350 (800) 859-5965x4011 Kevin.Sawyers@worldpay.us CREDIT REPORTING/REPORTS Southwest Business Credit Services P.O. Box 11274, Phoenix, AZ 85061 (602) 252-8866 rich.adams@nacmaz.org CREDIT UNIONS Alaska USA Federal Credit Union 4440 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85205 (602) 338-5824 m.santacruz@alaskausa.org Landings Credit Union 2800 S. Mill Ave., Tempe, AZ 85282 (480) 967-3974 ddettman@landingscu.org

CONSULTING FIRMS

Mountain America Credit Union 4325 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 985-2268 cgood@macu.com

Broadmore Consulting Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 586-6472 kevin.broadmoreconsulting.com

Navy Federal Credit Union 4212 E. Juanita Ave., Mesa, AZ 85206 (888) 842-6328 christine_ramos@navyfederal.org

CONTRACTOR - DEFENSE

TruWest Credit Union 6550 E. Superstition Springs Blvd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 324-2340 ncovington@truwest.org

Orbital ATK - Mesa 3309 N. Reseda Cir., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 324-8600 lisa.brown@orbitalatk.com CONTRACTOR-ELECTRICAL Ferrin Electric PO Box 2828, Mesa, AZ 85214 (480) 892-1995 stanferrin@aol.com CONTRACTOR-GENERAL All Round Construction Inc. 9912 E. Laguna Azul Ave., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 897-1768 allround@cox.net

Truwest Credit Union 1982 W. Main St., # 104, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 464-6100 credies@truwest.org CREDIT UNIONS MORTGAGE AND LENDING OneAZ Credit Union 2277 W. Guadalupe, Gilbert, AZ 85233 (602) 644-4654 brian.schmidt@oneazcu.com DENTISTS

Bjerk Builders 1383 N. Tech Blvd. #101, Gilbert, AZ 85233 (480) 497-2300 scott@bjerkbuilders.com

Arizona Advanced Dental 3048 E. Baseline Rd. #128, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 820-6080 dnc547@gmail.com

Chasse Building Team 2400 W. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 425-7777 bchasse@chasse.us

Ashbrook Dental 1229 E. McKellips Rd., #106, Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 834-0890 manager0300@dentalonepartners.com

Concord General Contracting 4215 E. McDowell Rd., #201, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 962-8080 marketing@concordinc.com S D Crane Builders, Inc. 1901 E. University Dr., #330, Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 204-3764 jsantor@sdcranebuilders.com

Dental Care of Mesa 6610 E. Baseline Rd. Ste 104, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 290-7777 admin1@smilemesa.com Gary A. Robison, DDS 2855 E. Brown Rd., #23, Mesa, AZ 85213 (480) 924-2300 drgaryrobison@gmail.com


BUSINESS DIRECTORY Mountain View Family Dental 459 N.Val Vista Dr., Mesa, AZ 85213 (480) 830-0262 nicole@mountainviewfamilydendistry.com DEPARTMENT STORES Walmart #2482 857 N. Dobson Rd., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 962-0038

ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES FIRE PROTECTION SECURITY SERVICES/SYSTEMS

ENTERTAINERS ENTERTAINMENT MUSIC

Benson Systems 2065 W. Obispo Ave., #101, Gilbert, AZ 85233 (480) 420-0066 peter.hudson@bensonsys.com

Peter, Paul and Mary Remembered Queen Creek, AZ 85142 (480) 776-9457 donnamfeeney@gmail.com

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

Amazing Jake’s 1830 E. Baseline Rd., Mesa, AZ 85204 480-926-7499 marketing@irvinelanes.com

Walmart Store #3799 240 W. Baseline Rd., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 668-9501 vcarcich@yahoo.com

Riggs & Ellsworth Electric Inc. 529 S. Lebaron St., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 835-0046 craig@riggsellsworthelectric.com

Walmart Store #1646 6131 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 830-3919

SEC Electrical Contractor, LLC 7235 E. Hampton Ave., #111, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 214-3994 melody@secelectric.net

Walmart Supercenter 1955 S. Stapley Dr., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 892-9009 Walmart Supercenter 4505 E. McKellips Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 641-6728 Walmart Supercenter #5428 1710 S. Greenfield Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 892-3814 Walmart Supercenter Store #3833 1606 S. Signal Butte Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 358-1122 riarmijo@hotmail.com DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED CENTERS REHABILITATION SERVICES Marc Community Resources, Inc. 924 N. Country Club Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 969-3800 john.moore@marccr.com

Tesla Driven Electric, LLC Gilbert, AZ 85234 (602) 722-0010 tesladrivenelectric@gmail.com EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES AND SERVICE Department of Economic Security-Job Service 120 W. 1st Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (602) 771-6900 wbloomquist@azdes.gov Express Employment Professionals 849 N. Dobson Rd., #107, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 820-3700 shayna.hahn@expresspros.com Lyneer Staffing Solutions 28 S. Dobson Rd., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 968-6893 mesa@lyneer.com

DISASTER/CRISIS-RESTORATION SERVICE

EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES AND SERVICE STAFFING - FULL SERVICE

East Valley Disaster Services, Inc. 257 W. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 833-4538 barb@evds.co

On Target Staffing LLC 4446 E. University Dr., #110, Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 400-1791 shuffman@ontargetstaffingllc.com

Servpro of North Central Mesa 100 W. Hoover Ave., #7, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 553-7103 servpro9975@hotmail.com

EMPLOYMENT-TEMPORARY SERVICE

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Office of Economic Development/Mesa 20 E. Main St., #200, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 644-2398 william.jabjiniak@mesaaz.gov EDUCATION Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center Red Mountain 2165 N. Power Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 854-1504 jkleck@aaechighschools.com

Creative Human Resources Concepts, LLC 4710 E. Falcon Dr., #125, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 654-4606 rosa@chrc4work.com ENERGY CONSERVATION PRODUCTS AND SERVICES Advanced Energy Efficiency & Environmental Quality, LLC Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 446-7900 info@ae3q.com ENERGY CONSERVATION PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ENERGY MANAGEMENT

Benedictine University at Mesa 225 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (602) 888-5500 mesa@ben.edu

Naya Energy LLC 5235 S. 39th St., Phoenix, AZ 85040 (602) 892-3582 ketan.patel@nayaenergy.com

Chandler-Gilbert Community College 2626 E. Pecos Road, Chandler, AZ 85225 (480) 988-8000 President@cgc.edu

Efficiency First Arizona 3418 S. 48th St., # 8, Phoenix, AZ 85740 (480) 966-1988 heather@efficiencyfirstaz.org

Grand Canyon University 3300 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85017 (602) 513-4104 Lindsey.Watson@gcu.edu

ENGINEERS

Sierra Preparatory Academy 7464 E. Main St, Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 440-0238 edenny@sierraprepaz.org Synergis Education, Inc. 1201 S. Alma School Rd., # 9500, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 656-8307 nallgood@synergiseducation.com Upper Iowa University 1601 West Main Street #15, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 834-4620 mcneeleyc@uiu.edu Wilkes University 245 W. 2nd St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 878-4112 jennifer.atkins1@wilkes.edu

Phoenix Logistics, Inc. 1840 West First Ave., Mesa, AZ 85202 (602) 231-8616 sneville@phxlogistics.com

MBO Executive Suites - Falcon Field 4801 E. McKellips Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 398-4391 Carol.Boyce@MBOExecutiveSuites.com FARMS Schnepf Farms 22601 E. Cloud Rd., Queen Creek, AZ 85142 (480) 987-3100 markschnepf@yahoo.com FASHION AND ACCESSORIES

East Valley Millennial Choirs and Orchestras (MCO) Mesa, AZ 85213 (480) 832-8602 susan@millennial.org

The Distinguished Gentlemen’s Club, Inc. (TDG Club) Mesa, AZ 85203 (602) 489-4325 aron@tdgclub.com

National Comedy Theatre 1111 S. Longmore, Mesa, AZ 85202 (602) 374-5638 dorian@nctphoenix.com

FESTIVALS

R Entertainment Company 16411 N. 90th St., #105, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 (480) 657-7333 kerry@r-entertainment.com

Mesa Arts & Crafts Festival 100 N. Center St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 584-7249 info@macfestmesa.com FINANCIAL PLANNING

Southwest Shakespeare Company P.O. Box 30595, Mesa, AZ 85275 (480) 332-4468 education@swshakepeare.com

Cradlestone Wealth Services 3654 N. Power Rd., #144, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 505-0233 John@CradlestoneWealth.com

ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINERS MUSIC

Moveo Financial Group Inc. 2260 E. Brown Rd., # 6W, Mesa, AZ 85213 (480) 275-5219 michelle@moveofinancial.com

Heartsong Queen Creek, AZ 85142 (480) 776-9457 donnamfeeney@gmail.com ENTERTAINMENT MUSIC Silver Star Theater 5247 E. Brown Rd., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 288-0300 mtodd@silverstartheater.com ENTERTAINMENT-FAMILY AND BUSINESS AMUSEMENT AND THEME PARKS Escape Adventure 7125 E. Southern Ave. Ste. #101, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 494-5399 escapeadventuremesa@gmail.com ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION Kary Environmental Services 641 S. Drew St., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 945-8599 terrik@karyenvironmental.com EVENT VENUE The Falls Event Center 4635 E. Baseline Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85234 (480) 535-2141 gilbert@thefallseventcenter.com EVENTS Comic & Media Expo PO Box 25434, Tempe, AZ 85285 info@comicmediaexpo.com Exhibits On Time LLC 710 W. Broadway Rd., #507, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 248-2445 contact@exhibitsontime.com

ENGINEERS-CIVIL

Lavender and Old Lace 1742 N. Lindsay Rd., Mesa, AZ 85213 (480) 382-4107 info@lavenderoldlace.com

AEC Engineering 6239 E. Brown Rd. Bldg 2 #115, Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 390-3967 aament@aecengineering-az.com

Motor Media 602 Higgins Ave. #294, Brielle, NJ 08730 (732) 203-7787 indian@motormediausa.com

Westwood Professional Services, Inc. 6909 Greenway Pkwy #250, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 (480) 747-6558 dan.cleland@westwoodps.com

Ragnar Events, LLC 12 S. 400 West, Floor 2, Salt Lake City, UT 84101 (801) 499-5024 klaudenslager@ragnarrelay.com

ENGRAVERS

EXECUTIVE SUITES AND SERVICES

Hawkeye Engraving & Plastics 2060 N. 25th St., Mesa, AZ 85213 (480) 834-8002 hawkeye@hawkeyeengraving.com

Corporate Center at Val Vista 3707 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 807-2227 Cindiev@ccvalvista.com

FINANCIAL SERVICES Aegis Wealth Partners, LLC 7702 E. Doubletree Ranch Rd., #300, Scottsdale, AZ 85228 (480) 375-1042 dschiller@aegiswealth.net Country Financial 6402 E. Superstition Springs Blvd. #103, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 830-9681 zac.wilk@countryfinancial.com Edward Jones - Brent Hoskinson, Financial Advisor 2941 N. Power Rd., #103, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 985-3115 brent.hoskinson@edwardjones.com Rayhon’s Financial Solutions 3335 E. Baseline Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85234 (480) 507-2425 chris@rayhonsfinancial.com FIRE EDUCATION Mesa Fire and Medical Department 13 W. First St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 644-2101 forrest.smith@mesaaz.gov FITNESS CENTER Focus Climbing Center LLC 2150 W. Broadway Rd., #103, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 718-5258 joe@focusclimbingcenter.com The Camp Transformation Center Queen Creek / Mesa 7931 E. Pecos, #200, Mesa, AZ 85212 (602) 810-0754 mesafd@thecamptc.com FLOOR COVERINGS AND WINDOW TREATMENTS Red Mountain Carpet & Tile 10104 E. Apache Trail, Mesa, AZ 85120 (480) 380-3211 rick@redmountaincarpet.com FOOD & BEVERAGE PRP Wine International Chandler, AZ 85225 (480) 659-6532 gevenson@prpwine.com Smoothie King 1940 S. Val Vist Dr., #102, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 307-8004 smoothiekingaz@gmail.com Mesa Chamber Business and Resource Guide | 47


BUSINESS DIRECTORY FOOD & BEVERAGE RESTAURANTS The Brass Tap 1033 N. Dobson Rd., #104, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 610-2337 mesa@thebrasstap.com FOOD BANKS & PANTRIES NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

GOLF COURSES GOLF INSTRUCTION GOLF PRO SHOP Sunland Springs Golf Club 11061 E. Medina Ave., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 984-4209 jlarscheid@sunlandspringsgolf.com GOLF COURSES-PRIVATE

United Food Bank 245 S. Nina Dr., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 398-4464 mforrester@unitedfoodbank.org

Mesa Country Club 660 W. Fairway Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 397-9000 membership@mesacountryclub.com

FOOD PRODUCTS

GOLF INSTRUCTION GOLF

Lehi Valley Trading Company 4955 E. McKellips Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 962-5017 info@lehivalley.com FOOD PRODUCTS WHOLESALE-RETAIL PRODUCTS Tia Juanita Awesome Sauce, LLC Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 519-4924 janet@tiajuanita.com FUNERAL DIRECTORS Lakeshore Mortuary 1815 S. Dobson Rd., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 838-5639 margaret.farnsworth@sci-us.com Mariposa Gardens & Funeral Care 6747 E. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206-5294 (480) 830-4422 Patrick.tachoir@Dignitymemorial.com Melcher Mortuaries 6625 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 832-3500 patrick.tachoir@dignitymemorial.com Meldrum Mortuary 52 N. Macdonald, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 834-9255 meldmort@qwestoffice.net FUNERAL HOMES AND DIRECTORS Bunker’s Garden Chapel 33 N. Centennial Way, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 964-8686 hkblackhurst@bunkerfuneral.com Melcher Mortuary Chapel of the Roses 43 S. Stapley Dr., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 964-4537 hal.wilmot@dignitymemorial.com FURNITURE RESTORATION Fibrenew Mesa 3418 S 48th Street, #4, Phoenix, AZ 85040 (480) 599-3687 mesa@fibrenew.com GAS COMPANIES Southwest Gas Corporation 10851 N. Black Canyon Hwy., Phoenix, AZ 85029 (602) 861-1999 GOLF ACCESSORIES 2GG Apparel 1733 N. Greenfield Rd #102, Mesa, AZ 85205 1-888-818-6826 lj@2ndguygolf.com GOLF COURSES Desert Sands Golf Course, Inc. 1922 S. 74th St., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 832-0210 lbrix@desertsandsgc.com Las Sendas Golf Club 7555 E. Eagle Crest Dr., Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 396-4000x211 lmcbean@lassendas.com Longbow Golf Club 5601 E. Longbow Pkwy., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 807-5400 jayl@longbowgolf.com Superstition Springs Golf Club 6542 E. Baseline Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 985-5622 jstrauss@arcisgolf.com

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Elite Golf Schools of Arizona 2401 S. Lansing, Mesa, AZ 85209 (720) 289-6196 elitegolf@elitegolfofaz.com GOVERNMENT City of Mesa - Water Resources Department 640 N. Mesa Dr., Mesa, AZ 85211 (480) 644-2947 watergeneralinquiries@mesaaz.gov GRAPHIC DESIGN Lyrical Communications LLC 13634 E. Williams Field Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85295 (623) 209-8586 megan.kudelka@lyrical.net

HEALTH PERSONAL TRAINERS VimTrim 1820 E. Ray Rd., Chandler, AZ 85225 (480) 264-5120 getfit@vimtrim.com

HELICOPTERS Aeromaritime America 4927 E. Falcon Dr., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 830-7780 ramon.fonoll@aeromarusa.com

HEALTH CARE

HOME BUILDERS REAL ESTATE-DEVELOPERS

Assisted Living Locators 9101 E. Brown Rd., Mesa, AZ 85207 (602) 316-6114 rachelle@assistedlivinglocators.com

Lennar Homes @ Valencia Heights 110 S. Bermuda Cir., Mesa, AZ 85206 (800) 864-1058 lennarphoenix@lennar.com

Brookdale North Mesa 2122 E. Brown Rd., Mesa, AZ 85213 (480) 964-8788 mari.futija@brookdale.com

HOME CARE SERVICES

Hacienda Children’s Hospital 610 W. Jerome Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (602) 243-4231x176 skamela@haciendahealthcare.org

Fairways Home Care 6589 Kings Ranch Rd., #C-102, Gold Canyon, AZ 85228 (480) 442-7614 info@fairwayshh.com HOME CARE SERVICES

Heavens Medical, PLC 7525 E. Broadway Rd., #11, Mesa, AZ 85208 (480) 646-1001 info@heavensmedical.com

Home Care Assistance Mesa 2031 N. Power Rd., #103, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 699-4899 amandab@homecareassistance.com

Honor Health 1124 E. McKellips Rd., #110, Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 882-7370 janilyn.ramsey@honorhealth.com

HOME HEALTH CARE SERVICES AND STAFFING Home Instead Senior Care 3850 E Baseline Rd, #128, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 827-4343 acunningham@homeinstead.com

GROCERS

Keystone Natural Family Medicine 10153 E. Hampton Ave #104, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 535-5688 keystonemedicine@gmail.com

Fry’s Food Stores of Arizona 500 S. 99th Ave., Tolleson, AZ 85353 (623) 936-2100 melissa.cooper@frysfood.com

Ma’am Exams 2919 S. Ellsworth Rd., #125, Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 448-2411 christine@maamexams.com

American Vision Windows 2240 W. Broadway Rd. #101, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 664-0251 earreola@americanvisionwindows.com

Walmart Neighborhood Market-5257 5122 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 832-9484

Make-U-Mobile 323 E. Brown Rd., #204, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 459-6820 drew@KR-DF.com

Home Depot Exteriors 1465 N. Fiesta Blvd., #106, Gilbert, AZ 85233 (734) 216-2826 jerome_l_fletcher@homedepot.com

Mission Palms of Mesa 6458 E. Broadway, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 832-5160 gary.kotz@pcitexas.net

Lowe’s Home Improvement - East Mesa 1229 S. Ellsworth, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 373-2440 nicholas.r.nails@store.lowes.com

The River Source 108 E. 2nd Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 827-0322 chance.love@theriversource.org

Lowe’s Home Improvement - Higley 1440 S. Higley Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 832-1666 rodney.g.kerns@store.lowes.com

HEALTH CARE HOSPITALS

HOSPICE

Walmart Neighborhood Market 2725 E. McKellips Rd., Mesa, AZ 85213 (480) 733-1679 Walmart 2501 S. Market St., Gilbert, AZ 85296 (480) 917-0605 Walmart Neighborhood Market #5304 1916 S. Lindsay Rd., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 892-6085 paweave.s05304@WalMart.com Walmart Neighborhood Market #5349 8335 E. Guadalupe Rd., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 357-4137 GROCERY COUPONS Charis Marketing Mesa, AZ 85205 480) 822-0000 jerry@jerrybianco.com HAIR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS Happy Hair Bands Mesa, AZ 85226 (602) 819-1452 shelliboggs5@yahoo.com HARDWARE Kabat’s Handy ACE Hardware 7125 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 830-4000 brian@frontieracehardware.com Lenhart’s Ace Hardware 119 W. 1st Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 969-5581 lenhartsacehardware@hotmail.com HEALTH Isagenix Mesa, AZ 85209 (602) 410-0494 steve@healthandwellness-az.com

Dignity Health 3555 S. Val Vista Dr., Gilbert, AZ 85297 (480) 728-9970 julie.graham@dignityhealth.org HEALTH CARE MEDICAL Iora Primary Care 9124 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 295-8070 hillary.mccombs@ioraprimarycare.com HEALTH CARE MEDICAL Medicus Network 1910 S. Stapley Dr., #221, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 787-5000 sales@medicusnetwork.com HEALTH CARE NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS The Jocelyn Tangitau Foundation Inc - JTF Mesa, AZ 85201 (888) 297-2985 ltangitau@jtfinc.org HEALTH SERVICES Associated Radiologists Ltd-EVDI 1201 S Alma School Rd Ste 14000, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 545-8119 mmanning@evdi.com Gentle Care Home Assistance Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 570-3691 monica@gentlecarehome1.com

HOME IMPROVEMENT

Banner Home Care & Hospice 275 E. Germann Rd. #110, Gilbert, AZ 85297 (480) 657-1000 kelly.smith2@bannerhealth.com Family Comfort Hospice 7975 N. Hayden, #A200, Scottsdale, AZ 85258 (480) 745-3015 info@familycomforthospice.com Hospice of the Valley 1510 E. Flower St., Phoenix, AZ 85014 (602) 530-6900 info@hov.org HOSPICE HUMAN SERVICES: FUND RAISING & FUND DISTRIBUTION Hospice Family Care, Inc. 1550 S. Alma School Rd., #102, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 461-3144 jphister@hfc-az.com HOSPICE/HOME Sun Valley Hospice East 1001 W. Southern Ave., #102, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 558-2002 diane.kazala@sunvalleyhc.com HOSPITALS Arizona Spine & Joint Hospital 4620 E. Baseline Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 832-4770 mail@azspineandjoint.com Banner Baywood Medical Center 6644 E. Baywood Ave., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 321-4100


BUSINESS DIRECTORY Banner Cardon Children’s Medical Center 1400 S. Dobson Rd., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 412-3218 nancy.neff@bannerhealth.com

Mesa Mezona Hotel 250 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 834-9233 stay@mesamezonahotel.com

CopperPoint Mutual Insurance Company 3030 N. Third St. #12-E, Phoenix, AZ 85012 (602) 631-2300 mowens@copperpoint.com

Banner Corporate Center - Mesa 525 W. Brown Rd., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 834-1211 inquiries@bannerhealth.com

Phoenix Marriott Mesa 200 N. Centennial Way, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 898-8300 info@phoenixmarriottmesa.com

Dale Agency Allstate Insurance 35 N. Alma School Rd., #202, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 363-1901 lukedale@allstate.com

Banner Desert Medical Center 1400 S. Dobson Rd., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 412-3000

Residence Inn Phoenix Mesa 941 W. Grove Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 610-0100 mduncan@csmcorp.net

Donna Dean IPA/ ABBA Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 440-7694 ddean@ipafamily.com

The Four Points by Sheraton at Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport 6850 E. Williams Field Rd., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 579-2100 david.barnes@fourpoints.com

Farm Bureau Financial Services - Houser 325 S. Higley Rd., #100, Gilbert, AZ 85296 (480) 635-3866 cary.houser@fbfs.com

Mutual of Omaha 3200 E. Camelback Rd., #190, Phoenix, AZ 85018 (480) 703-7543 John.Parrish@mutualofomaha.com

Travelodge - Mesa 22 S. Country Club Dr., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 964-5694

Garry L. Johnson & Associates, Inc. 3850 E. Baseline Rd., #121, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 892-8826 services@gljinsurance.com

Transamerica Financial Advisors 1839 S. Alma School Rd., # 380, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 262-8102 Jason.wiseman@tfaconnect.com

Windemere Hotel & Conference Center 5750 E. Main St, Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 985-3600 resortmesa@hotmail.com

Health Insurance Express, Inc. 1155 S. Power Rd., #B101, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 654-1200x222 info@h-ie.com

JANITORIAL SERVICES AND SUPPLIES

HOTELS AND MOTELS BANQUET FACILITIES

Humana MarketPOINT, Inc. 5943 E. McKellips Rd., #106, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 325-4707 teubank-sloan@humana.com

Banner Gateway Medical Center 1900 N. Higley Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85234 (480) 543-2000 nancy.neff@bannerhealth.com Banner Health - Arizona East Region (602) 747-4447 rebecca.armendariz@bannerhealth.com Banner Health System Development Office 1010 N Country Club Dr, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 461-2930 steve.owen@bannerhealth.com Banner Heart Hospital 6750 E. Baywood Ave., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 854-5000 Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center 1900 N. Higley Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85234 (480) 321-4388 nancy.neff@bannerhealth.com Banner Simulation Medical Center 525 W. Brown Rd., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 684-6112 rebecca.armendariz@bannerhealth.com Mountain Vista Medical Center 1301 S Crismon Rd, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 358-6428 tmarinello@iasishealthcare.com Phoenix Children’s Hospital Specialty & Urgent Care Center 5131 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 833-5437 lnewton@phoenixchildrens.com HOTELS AND MOTELS Best Western Plus Mesa 1563 S. Gilbert Rd., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 926-3600 Jill.richardson@jafferinc.com Clarion Inn 951 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 833-1231 clarioninnmesa@gmail.com Country Inn & Suites By Carlson 6650 E. Superstition Springs Blvd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 641-8000x505 cx_mesa@countryinns.com Courtyard Marriott Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport 6907 E. Ray Rd., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 351-7088 laura.moats@marriott.com Courtyard Phoenix Mesa 1221 S. Westwood Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 461-3000 cy.phxme.gm@marriott.com Courtyard Scottsdale Salt River 5201 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85250 (480) 745-8200 ann.cvelich@marriott.com Fairfield Inn by Marriott 1405 S. Westwood, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 668-8000 Mesaffi@aol.com Hampton Inn & Suites Phoenix East Mesa 1825 N. Higley Road, Gilbert, AZ 85234 (480) 654-4000 samantha.lehrer2@hilton.com Hilton Phoenix/Mesa 1011 W. Holmes Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 844-6014 Hyatt Place Phoenix/Mesa 1422 W. Bass Pro Drive, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 754-8641 alana.ashman@hyatt.com

Sheraton Mesa Hotel at Wrigleyville West 860 N. Riverview, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 664-1221 dan.dickhart@sheratonmesa.com HOTELS AND MOTELS EXTENDED STAY Del Rio Lodge - Extended Stay 2200 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 833-0010 delriolodge@hotmail.com HOUSING DEVELOPMENT, CONSTRUCTION & MANAGEMENT NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS The Maricopa County Industrial Development Authority 301 W. Jefferson, #950, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 506-1888 info@mcida.com HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES Oceans of Opportunities Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 309-4838 jude@oceansofopportunities.com BBSI 1095 W. Rio Salado Parkway, #A-203, Tempe, AZ 85281 (480) 839-4400 Jackie.Kelly@bbsihq.com INDUSTRIAL FIRMS Empire Southwest, LLC 1725 S. Country Club Dr., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 633-4252 czaharis@empire-cat.com Nammo Talley, Inc. 4051 N. Higley Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 898-2200 cparkhill@nammotalley.com The Boeing Co. M510-A381 5000 E. McDowell Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 891-4441 mary.l.baldwin@boeing.com INSURANCE All Your Insurance 2160 E. Brown., #2, Mesa, AZ 85213 (602) 438-9733 gmiotke@ayiinc.com Balcer Insurance Group Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 206-5435 jab.medicare@gmail.com CIGNA HealthCare of Arizona 5310 E. High St., #200, Phoenix, AZ 85054 (480) 426-6751 Ray.Brandenburg@cigna.com

Iestyn Dulais, Liberty Mutual Insurance Agent 1620 S Stapley Dr, #120, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 857-8662 ext 09205 iestyn.dulais@libertymutual.com Lifetime Investments, LLC 5555 E Evergreen, Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 720-3600 jan-vitale@cox.net National General Lender Services 827 W. Grove Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (602) 648-0844 whitney.kelly@us.gbe.com Sagicor Life Insurance Company 805 N. Dobson Rd., # 111, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 425-5100x5805 scott_overstreet@sagicor.com Tom Dove Agency Chandler, AZ 85225 (480) 277-0191 tomdovecl@gmail.com INSURANCE AGENCY Erik E. Nesheim Insurance Agency 1423 S. Higley Rd., #125, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 330-0081 enesheim@farmersagent.com Frank Cuellar Agency 4710 E. Falcon Dr., # 116, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 540-5445 fcuellar@farmersagent.com Kohlhase Insurance, Inc. 6550 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 832-8370 kohlhase@kohlhaseins.com LeBaron & Carroll Insurance 1350 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 834-9315 accounting@landc.com The Adams Agency 3851 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 924-2600 waynesyrek@theadamsagency.com Passey-Bond Co., Inc. 28 N. Center St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 969-2291 mikeh@passeybond.com Runyan Insurance Group, LLC 6731 E. Brown Rd., #103, Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 985-0760 lancerunyan@allstate.com INSURANCE BROKERS Genrose Insurance Agency 1819 S. Dobson Rd., #207, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 456-0327 michael@genroseinsurance.com

INTERNET MARKETING AND ADVERTISING SEO Ranker Agency Mesa, AZ 85202 480.809.2275 info@seorankeragency.com Web-Op 4215 E. McDowell Rd., #101, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 664-9547 nicole@web-op.com. INVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICE

Advance Paper & Maintenance Supply, Inc. 240 E. Coury Ave., #141, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 964-6108 frank@advancepaper.com Waxie Sanitary Supply 4136 E. McDowell Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 333-1000 rlsmith@waxie.com LAND DEVELOPMENT Village Square At Dana Park 1758 S Val Vista Dr, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 584-6181 srosati@whitestonereit.com LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE Unique Landscapes by Griffin - Unique Custom Pools 114 S. Extension Rd., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 969-1911 bonny@unique-landscapes.com LAW FIRMS Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, PLC One E. Washington St. #1900, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 262-5911 jssnews@jsslaw.com LAW FIRMS ATTORNEYS Law Office of Yasser F. Sanchez 110 S Mesa Dr. #2, Mesa, AZ 85210 480-275-2407 AbogadoArizona@gmail.com LEGAL SERVICES Dynasty Legal Documents and Insurance 1152 E. Greenway St. #3, Mesa, AZ 85203 (602) 349-9629 Melissa@dynastylegaldoc.com Gillespie, Shields, Durrant & Goldfarb 1630 S. Stapley Rd., #212, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 985-4000 info@gillaw.com Legal Shield - Identity Theft Services Phoenix, AZ 85020 (602) 330-4117 lois@loisepps.com LIBRARIES Mesa Public Library - Dobson Ranch Branch 2425 S. Dobson Rd., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 644-4707 larry.lee@mesaaz.gov Mesa Public Library - Main Branch 64 E. First St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 644-4707 larry.lee@mesaaz.gov Mesa Public Library - Mesa Express Library 2055 S. Power Rd., #1031, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 644-4707 larry.lee@messaaz.gov Mesa Public Library - Red Mountain Branch 635 N. Power Rd., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 644-4707 larry.lee@mesaaz.gov

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY LIGHTING Karen’s Fan Club and More Mesa, AZ 85212 (847) 809-7299 karensfanclub@gmail.com LOCKSMITHS ACME Locksmith 2735 E. Main St., #10, Mesa, AZ 85213 (480) 380-2263 robert@acmelocksmith.com

MGC Pure Chemicals America, Inc. 6560 S. Mountain Rd., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 987-9100 blenhardt@mgcpure.com Paragon Vision Sciences 947 E. Impala Ave., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 892-7602 CSRep@paragonvision.com

MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGISTS

MOVING AND STORAGE SERVICES

Marilyn Stromsness PHD Psychological Services, PLLC. Mesa, AZ 85216 (480) 704-4995 peeaitchdee@hotmail.com

PODS 2160 W. Broadway Rd. #105, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 705-2383 msmith@podsphoenix.com

MEDICAL CLINICS

Special Devices Incorporated 3431 N. Reseda Cir., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 832-0774 bryan.fossen@sdi.daicel.com

Insight Imaging 1940 S. Country Club Dr. #101, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 730-5300 faressa.devenuto@insighthealth.com

MARKETING

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

MANAGEMENT COMPANIES

Heart Dog Communications Chandler, AZ 85224 (480) 371-7117 heartdogcomm@gmail.com

Ulthera, Inc. 1840 S. Stapley Dr., # 200, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 336-1726 info@ulthera.com

Dobson Ranch Home Owners Association 2719 S. Reyes, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 831-8314 mrbrethower@dobsonranchhoa.com

Hibu Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 242-8640 mike.strandberg@hibu.com

MANUFACTURED HOME AND RV PARKS

MesaSEO.net Fountain Hills, AZ 85268 (480) 772-1164 steve@mesaseo.net

Nichols Lock & Security Co. Inc. 1107 S. 5th Ave., Yuma, AZ 85364 (928) 782-2972 dan@nlkey.com

Monte Vista Village Resort 8865 E. Baseline Rd., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 833-2223 debbie_newport@inhchomes.com MANUFACTURED HOME BROKERS

Mirex Marketing 2855 S. Alma School Rd., #107, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 567-2229 rex@mirexmarketing.com

Hummingbird Homes, Inc. 205 S. Higley Rd., #212, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 832-6791 gsheflo@hotmail.com

Our Town America 3116 S. Mill Ave., #205, Tempe, AZ 85282 (480) 678-1366 susan@ourtown.net

MANUFACTURED HOME COMMUNITIES

Social Butterfly Communications Mesa, AZ 85201 (602) 899-2359 denisekonkol@att.net

Castillo Nuevo, A 55+ Community 3300 E. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 636-8151 sam@castillonuevo.com Hacienda de Valencia 201 S. Greenfield Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 832-6081 hacienda_de_valencia@mhchomes.com MANUFACTURER-SPECIALTIES Embraer Executive Jet Services, LLC 5643 S. Avery Cir., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 735-0230 jdigiro@embraer.com Trans-Matic Manufacturing Co. 4250 E. Oasis St., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 491-6977 mgorman@transmatic.com

Texting Made Easy 10886 N. 112th Pl., Scottsdale, AZ 85259 (602) 920-8700 dave@textingmadeeasy.com

MEDICAL SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS SkyMed - John Thompson 13840 N. Northsight Blvd., #109, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 (480) 215-5743 john.thompson@skymed.com MEMORY CARE The Summit at Sunland Springs 2415 S. Signal Butte Rd., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 907-5588 sales@thesummitaz.com MINING Resolution Copper 102 Magma Ave., Superior, AZ 85173 (520) 689-9374 info@resolutioncopper.com MOBILE HOME & RV PARK Park Place Resort 306 S. Recker Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 830-1080 info@sunhome.biz MORTGAGE AND LENDING

The Finnegan Group, Inc. 1735 W. 6th Dr., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 890-1171 admin@thefinnegangroup.com

Bay Equity Home Loans - Adam & Hannah Boles 4365 E. Pecos Rd., #135, Gilbert, AZ 85295 (480) 279-0032 bolesgroup@bayeq.com

MARKETING ADVERTISING

MORTGAGE LOANS

Valpak Metro Phoenix & East Mesa Valley 2633 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85016 (602) 995-5600 lynn@valpakaz.com

Guild Mortgage Company 4111 E. Valley Auto Drive, #106, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 240-2141 sheinze@guildmortgage.net

Uhaul of Eastern Arizona 1375 N. Arizona Ave., Chandler, AZ 85225 (480) 899-4710 tina_jaggers@uhaul.com MUSEUMS Commemorative Air Force Airbase Arizona 2017 N. Greenfield Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 924-1940 xo@azcaf.org i.d.e.a. Museum 150 W. Pepper Pl., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 644-4332 Sunnee.O’Rork@mesaaz.gov NEIGHBORHOOD CENTERS NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS Paz de Cristo 424 W. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 464-2370 arlenw@pazdecristo.org NEWS AND MEDIA MyNewsMesa.com Mesa, AZ 85277 (602) 432-9567 rflowers@kmphdigital.com NEWSPAPERS East Valley Tribune 1620 W. Fountainhead Pkwy #219 Tempe, AZ 85282 (480) 898-6500 chuck@timespublications.com Mesa Independent Apache Junction, AZ 85120 (480) 982-7799 emesanews@newszap.com Phoenix Business Journal 101 N. First Ave., #2300, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 230-8400 phoenix@bizjournals.com The Arizona Republic 200 East Van Buren St., Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 444-7825 ckaiser@republicmedia.com NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS A New Leaf 868 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 464-4648 ddavison@turnanewleaf.org

MARKETING CONSULTANTS

MORTGAGE LOANS REAL ESTATE

MANUFACTURER-SPECIALTIES AVIATION & AEROSPACE INDUSTRIAL FIRMS MANUFACTURERS

Strategic Marketing Services 2733 N. Power Rd. #102-263, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 939-2616 info@azstrategicmarketingservices.com

CNN Mortgage - The Morrow Team 1955 S. Val Vista Dr., #121, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 899-8243 kathy@cnnmortgage.com

American Cancer Society 4550 E. Bell Rd. #126, Phoenix, AZ 85032 (602) 778-7633 melanie.freeman@cancer.org

MD Helicopters, Inc. 4555 E. McDowell Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 346-6566 andy.pillado@mdhelicopters.com

MASSAGE

MORTGAGE LOANS-COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL

American Lung Association 102 W. McDowell Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85203 (602) 258-7505 jreid@lungs.org

MANUFACTURERS Arizona Corrugated Containers 225 S. Dobson, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 890-0539 dank@arizonacorrugatedcontainer.com Commercial Metals Company 11444 E. Germann Rd., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 396-7100 alan.jackson@cmc.com International Rectifier 550 W. Juanita Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 668-4022 mmay1@irf.com Korral Kool, Inc. Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 807-0290 info@korralkool.com

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Elements Massage - South Mesa 1705 S. Greenfield Rd., #103, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 719-7199 rongatza@elementsmassage.com Elements Massage - Mesa Gateway 5221 S. Power Rd. A102-A103, Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 508-4360 mesagateway@elementsmassage.com MASSAGE SCHOOLS Arizona School of Integrative Studies (ASIS Massage Education) 209 W, Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (602) 833-6500 steven@asismassage.com MEDICAL Good Sound Audiology, PLLC 6816 E. Brown Rd. #102, Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 634-6100 info@goodsoundaudiology.com La Peau Dermatology 5424 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 396-2300 zainarashid@hotmail.com

Fairway Independent Mortgage 2218 E. Williamsfield Rd. #260, Gilbert, AZ 85295 (480) 409-7111 jenniferm@fairwaymc.com MOTORCYCLES-PARTS, SALES, SERVICE

Arizona Interfaith Movement 2630 S. 20th Pl., Phoenix, AZ 85034 (602) 261-6703 libconsulting@aol.com

Desert Wind Harley-Davidson 922 S. Country Club Dr., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 894-0404 mhughes@desertwindhd.com

Better Business Bureau 1010 E. Missouri Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85014 (602) 264-1721 info@arizonabbb.org

MOVERS MOVING AND STORAGE SERVICES

Boy Scouts of America 2969 N. Greenfield Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85016 (602) 955-7747 Matthew.Graham@scouting.org

Low Budget Movers LLC. 3670 E. Chipman Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85040 (480) 725-7774 lowbudgetmoversaz@gmail.com MOVING AND BOXES

Bridging AZ Furniture Bank 25 N. Extension Rd., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 375-5454 jim@bridgingaz.org

Two Men And A Truck 1916 S. Gilbert Rd., #2, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 804-0900 taylor.suman@twomen.com

Child Rescue Network 926 Lake Baldwin Lane, Orlando, FL 32814 (877) 209-5437 info@childrescuenetwork.org


BUSINESS DIRECTORY College Bound AZ 4222 E Brown Rd #33, Mesa, AZ 85205 (602) 550-3161 elizabeth.paulus@collegeboundaz.org

Oakwood Creative Care 247 N. Macdonald, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 464-1061 sfriend@oakwoodcreative.org

Community Bridges 1855 W. Baseline Rd. #101, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 831-7566 Vhelland@cbridges.com

Over-Flo Missions Inc. PO Box 50848, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 606-2049 overflomissions@gmail.com

East Valley Partnership 535 W. Baseline Rd., # 107, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 834-8335 mhutchinson@evp-az.org

Pawsitive Friendships 4140 E. Baseline Rd., #101, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 353-7833 tosha@pawsitivefriendships.org

East Valley Veterans Parade (EVVPA) Mesa, AZ 85277 (480) 684-2324 info@evvp.org

Power of Pain Foundation 38556 N. Dave St., San Tan Valley, AZ 85140 (480) 882-1342 ken@powerofpain.org

Girl Scouts - Arizona Cactus - Pine Council 119 E. Coronado Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 452-7000 council@girlscoutsaz.org

Resurrection Street Ministry, Incorporated 1135 East Main St., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 615-2799 resurrection@rsmaz.org

Goodwill of Central Arizona 2626 W. Beryl Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85021 (602) 535-4000 acquanetta.shaw@goodwillaz.org

Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services 931 E. Southern Ave., #111, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 668-8800 lance.spears@topsaz.org

Heal the Hero Foundation 6501 E. Greenfield Pkwy., #108-121, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 (480) 266-4470 lou@healthehero.org

The Salvation Army Mesa Corps 241 E. 6th Street, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 962-9103 michael.paugh@usw.salvationarmy.org

Helen’s Hope Chest 126 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 969-5411 susancasa@cox.net Hope Village, Inc. 125 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 466-7736 admin@hopevillageaz.org JDRF International Desert Southwest Chapter 4343 E. Camelback Rd., #230, Phoenix, AZ 85018 (602) 224-1800 jkaminski@jdrf.org Junior Achievement of Arizona 636 W. Southern Ave., Tempe, AZ 85282 (480) 377-8500 info@jaaz.org Kids Need To Read 2450 W. Broadway Rd., Ste 110, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 256-0115 info@kidsneedtoread.org Kiwanis Club of the Superstitions Mesa, AZ 85209 (520) 603-2658 ocbound10@gmail.com

United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. 1 N. MacDonald Dr., #212, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 718-9793 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS RESIDENTIAL CARE & ADULT DAY PROGRAMS Sunshine Acres Children’s Home Inc. 3405 N. Higley Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 832-2540 kevin.humphreys@sunshineacres.org NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS SENIOR CENTERS East Valley Adult Resources 45 W. University Dr., #A, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 964-9014 dschaus@evadultresources.org NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS TEMPORARY HOUSING House of Refuge 6935 E. Williams Field Rd., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 988-9242x16 info@houseofrefuge.org NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS TEMPORARY HOUSING

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest 5946 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 396-3795x100 lss-sw.org@lss-sw.org

Save the Family 125 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 898-0228 tinal@savethefamily.org

Mended Little Hearts of Phoenix Phoenix, AZ 85064 (602) 423-6826 phoenixaz@mendedlittlehearts.org

NURSERIES

Mesa Chamber of Commerce 40 N. Center St., #104, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 969-1307 sharrison@mesachamber.org Mesa Dr. Martin Luther King Celebration, Inc. P.O. Box 1543, Mesa, AZ 85211 (480) 255-3546 mesamlkpresident@gmail.com Mesa Police Association 123 N. Centennial Way, #207, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 225-4809 MPA@MesaMPA.COM Mesa Sister Cities P.O. Box 5572, Mesa, AZ 85211 (480) 435-2614 acadillo@msn.com Mesa Sports Association, Inc. dba HoHoKams of Mesa P.O. Box 261, Mesa, AZ 85211 (602) 999-0419 nhunter@mesahohokams.com Mesa United Way 137 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 834-2104 claudia.walters@mesaunitedway.org

A & P Nurseries 2601 E. Baseline Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85234 (480) 892-7939 apnursery@qwestoffice.net OFFICE EQUIPMENT & SERVICES Eagle Stamp & Engraving, Inc. 916 E. Baseline Rd., #110, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 699-2492 eaglestamp@gmail.com OFFICE EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, FURNITURE Lofgreen’s Office Products 535 W. Iron Ave., #126, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 964-5727 Lofgreen@aol.com OFFICE SUPPLIES Office Depot Phoenix, AZ 85043 (480) 280-6161 imran.chaudrey@officedepot.com ONLINE RETAIL Helton & Co, Inc. 1750 N. Rosemont, #101, Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 398-2495 info@heltontool.com

OPTOMETRISTS Advanced Eyecare of Arizona 1809 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 833-1434 byanofsky@aol.com PAINT DEALERS Space Age Auto Paint Store 707 S. Country Club Dr., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 835-0971 PARK AND PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT Dave Bang Associates, Inc. 140 N. Gilbert Rd., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 892-2266 john@davebang.com Play It Safe Playgrounds 7931 E. Pecos Rd., #160, Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 347-8486 info@playitsafeplaygrounds.com PARTITIONS/ACCESSORIES

PHYSICIANS-FAMILY AND GENERAL PRACTICE PHYSICIANS-INTERNAL MEDICINE Summit Medicine and Pediatrics, LLC 6828 E. Brown Rd., #102-East, Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 981-9000 engage@summitmedpeds.com PHYSICIANS-GASTROENTEROLOGY Mountain Vista Gastroenterology 10238 East Hampton Ave., Ste 402, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 984-8500 kconant@iasishealthcare.com PHYSICIANS-INTERNAL MEDICINE Mountain Vista Internal Medicine 10238 East Hampton Ave., Ste 406 Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 380-3401 kconant@iasishealthcare.com

Partitions & Accessories Company 1220 S. Pasadena, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 969-6606 jill@partitionsco.com

Mountain Vista Surgical Specialists 10238 East Hampton Ave., Ste 404 Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 354-3200 kconant@iasishealthcare.com

PERSONAL FITNESS TRAINER

PHYSICIANS-NEUROLOGISTS

Active Bodies 1337 S. Gilbert Rd., #123, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 926-8989 ejames@activebodies.net

Mountain Vista Neurology and Sleep Disorders Center 10238 East Hampton Ave.,Ste 402 Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 357-0200 kconant@iasishealthcare.com

PERSONAL GROWTH Soul Liberations, LLC 266 W. 3rd Pl., # 2, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 370-6345 drjoannegartner@cox.net PEST CONTROL Arizona Exterminating Co. 2205 W. Lone Cactus Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85027 (480) 747-6203 jay.reinoso@azext.com Green Worx Pest Control 711 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 844-2847 info@greenworxpc.com

PLUMBING Lawson Family Plumbing, Inc. 1497 E. Baseline Rd., # 110, Gilbert, AZ 85233 (602) 413-5790 lawsonfamilyplumbing@hotmail.com ; jeff@lawsonfamilyplumbing.com Zippy Zebra Plumbing LLC Mesa, AZ 85277 (480) 820-6595 zippyzebraplumbing@gmail.com PLUMBING WATER PURIFICATION

Lady Bug Pest Control 1641 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 833-1111 robert@ladybugpestcontrol.com

JB Water 1130 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 969-3193 info@480water.com

Truly Nolen of America, Inc. 9107 E. Southern Ave., #107, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 357-6200 manager.049@trulymail.net

PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES

PHARMACIES Stapley Pharmacy 1245 E. Southern Ave., #21, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 404-9160 mystapleypharmacy@gmail.com PHOTOGRAPHERS Desert View Aerial Photography, LLC Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 396-2409 seklund@dvaerialphoto.com Ivan Martinez Photography 48 S. Robson St. #101, Mesa, AZ 85210 (602) 708-0136 ivan@ivanmartinezphotography.com Nirvana Shots Photography, LLC Mesa, AZ 85205 (602) 640-8450 nirvanashots@gmail.com PHYSICAL THERAPY AND REHABILITATION OneAccord Pain Center 4135 S. Power Rd., #125, Mesa, AZ 85212 (855) 331-7522 info@oneaccordpt.com PHYSICIANS-FAMILY AND GENERAL PRACTICE Mountain Vista Family Care 2919 South Ellsworth Road, Building 9, #139, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 984-5225 kconant@iasishealthcare.com

Central Arizona Supply 208 S. Country Club Dr., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 834-5817 jeremys@centralazsupply.com PRINTERS Alphagraphics 535 W. Baseline #104, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 844-2222 sadams@alphagraphics.com Americopy 856 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 833-8335 alan@americopy.com PRI Graphics, Inc. 735 East Brill St., Phoenix, AZ 85006 (602) 296-3585 jnielson@prigraphics.com PRINTING John’s Printing & Design LLC Gilbert, AZ 85299 (480) 430-7964 marokjohn@gmail.com PRINTING DIRECT MAIL MARKETING MBI-The Market Builder, Inc. 5135 E. Ingram St., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 641-6200 keith@themarketbuilder.com

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY PROFESSIONAL

RADIO STATIONS

Business Support Specialists Mesa, AZ 85284 (404) 805-3382 tanya@bsupportspec.com

88.7 The Pulse 1601 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 461-6771 bre@pulseradio.fm

PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS

REAL ESTATE

HP2 1630 E. Bethany Home Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85016 (602) 235-9099 allison@hp2promo.com

Allison James Estates & Homes Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 223-3858 scott@homeseastvalley.com

Idea Source, Inc. 131 W. 1st St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 461-0100 ashley@ideasourceinc.com

BTG Real Estate - Keller Williams Realty East Valley 2077 E. Warner Rd., #110, Tempe, AZ 85284 (480) 626-1290 talia.howard@btgrealestate.com

Farnsworth Development - Sunland Springs Village 2233 S. Springwood Blvd., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 984-4999 craig@fdcaz.com

C4 Real Estate Group Keller Williams Realty Phoenix (KWRP) 3920 S. Rural Rd., #116, Tempe, AZ 85282 (480) 236-8610 admin@c4realestategroup.com

REAL ESTATE-DEVELOPMENT AND INVESTMENTS

Carrabba’s Italian Grill 1740 S. Clearview, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 654-9099 mesa@carrabbas.com

Daedalus Real Estate Advisors, LLC 4148 N. Arcadia Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85018 (602) 889-2300 rmm@daedalusllc.com

Cheba Hut Mesa 1710 W. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 649-7827 dorian.jr@chebahut.com

DMB Associates/Eastmark 10100 E. Ray Rd., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 625-3005 gbourgeois@dmbinc.com

Chick-fil-A at Mesa Riverview 905 N. Dobson Rd., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 834-0573 01738@chick-fil-a.com

Sandstone Promotions Mesa, AZ 85207 612-741-0403 mjglock@sandstonepromo.com Surf & Ski Enterprises 137 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 834-5010 print@surf-ski.com PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Call Realty - Felecia Rozansky 2168 E. Williams Rd. #240, Gilbert, AZ 85295 (602) 689-1805 feleciarozansky@gmail.com

A & M Ruiz Properties, LLC 2036 N. Gilbert Rd. #2-138, Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 226-2060 tamaleruiz@aol.com

Country Investment Group, LLC Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 833-9186 hlarms@cox.net

Apartment Hunters 1660 S. Alma School Rd. #205, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 969-2400 sharon@ah-az.com

EXIT Morales Realty 3707 E. Southern Ave., #1085, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 257-4630 Frank@ExitMoralesRealty.com

TCT Property Management Services 2500 S. Power Rd., #121, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 632-4222 info@tctproperties.com

Keller Williams East Valley - Ken Rembold 7260-20 E. Eagle Crest Dr., Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 688-2856 klrembold@cox.net

TransCity Property Management, Inc. 2812 N. Norwalk, #115, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 641-8830 charlie@transcitypm.com

KRCAZ Kimco Realty Corp. 1061 N. Dobson Rd., # 118, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 461-0050 mlandstad@kimcorealty.com

Willis Property Company, LLC 3850 E. Baseline Rd., #118, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 507-6200 dalew@willisproperty.com

Ogden & Company, Inc. 1901 E. University Dr., #440, Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 396-4567 kenh@ogdenre.com

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Old Republic Title 10921 E. Sentiero Ave., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 216-1234 ctaggart@ortc.com

The Ferraro Group - Phoenix 3219 E. Camelback Rd. #560, Phoenix, AZ 85018 (602) 738-9252 heather@theferrarogroup.com Thinc. Tank 4711 E. Falcon Dr. #357, Mesa, AZ 85215 (602) 570-3299 jc@thinctankprm.com PUBLIC RELATIONS SERVICE Highground Inc. 830 N. 4th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 528-3684 info@azhighground.com

Perkinson Properties LLC 1733 N. Greenfield Rd., #101, Mesa, AZ 85213 (602) 818-4710 scott@perkinsonproperties.com ProSmart Realty - Frank Crockett, PLC 1166 E. Warner Rd., #214, Gilbert, AZ 85296 (480) 518-1230 Frank@AzHomeSalesPro.com

Michael A. Pollack Real Estate Investments 1136 W. Baseline Rd., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 888-0888 patrick@pollackinvestments.com

Backyard Taco 1524 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 464-8226 russelhlbeck@gmail.com

REAL ESTATE-COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

Bobby-Q 1610 S. Stapley, Mesa, AZ 85204 (602) 995-5982

Bliss Realty & Investments 6860 E. Warner Rd. #202, Mesa, AZ 85212 marabenson@blisslieberman.com REAL ESTATE-DEVELOPERS

REAL ESTATE-NEW HOMES KB Home 5133 E. Grandview St., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 758-3044 azinger@kbhome.com KB Home - Phoenix 10429 S. 51st St #100, Phoenix, AZ 85044 (480) 758-3044 azinger@kbhome.com

Boulders On Southern 1010 W. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 659-4816 bouldersonsouthern@bouldersonsouthern.com Cafe Rio Mexican Grill 2748 S. Signal Butte, Mesa, AZ 85209 cduval@caferio.com

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store 1007 N. Dobson Rd., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 668-4780 mhemmele@cox.net Crazy Sushi Crab 1310 S. Longmore, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 833-0109 crazysushicrab@gmail.com

REAL ESTATE-PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Culver’s of Mesa on Greenfield 1841 S. Greenfield Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 892-2430 carissa@roseculvers.com

Urban Trails @ The District 1620 W. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 833-0881 urbantrailmgr@allison-shelton.com

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit - Power Rd. 1914 S. Power Rd., #101, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 361-8053 dickeys@smokinaz.com

RECYCLING

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit - West Mesa 2748 S. Alma School Rd., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 438-6666 dickeysaz1190@gmail.com

Contractor’s Landfill & Recycling, Inc. 2425 N. Center St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 892-8025 lee@contractorslandfillandrecycling.com REFRIGERATION L & D Refrigeration Inc. 761 N. Monterey St. #105, Gilbert, AZ 85233 (323) 974-0583 ddean@ldrefrigeration.com REHABILITATION SERVICES Sante’ Healthcare Rehabilitation 5358 E. Baseline Rd., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 699-9624 brianne.schmitz@santemesa.com

Downtown Rendezvous 20 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 964-3780 mountaincindar@yahoo.com Eklectic Pie 1859 S. Stapley Dr., #106, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 207-1613 jjohnson@eklecticpie.com Famous Daves Mesa Riverview 1011 N. Dobson Rd., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 272-9108 carol@famousdavesaz.com

PUBLIC SAFETY

Realty One Group 3530 S. Val Vista Dr., #114, Gilbert, AZ 85297 (480) 231-0464 rdobmeierre@gmail.com

Mesa Police Department 130 N. Robson St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 644-5929 lee.white@mesaaz.gov

UCI Realty, LLC - Laura Maltby Gilbert, AZ 85234 (480) 580-8762 keytoyourazhome@gmail.com

RESEARCH

Hooters Fiesta Mall 1665 S. Alma School Rd., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 839-4767 hootersfiestamall@restam.com

United Mesa Fire Fighters 52 S. Center St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (602) 265-7332 info@unitedmesaff.com

Valley of the Sun Real Estate 290 S. Alma School Rd., #15, Chandler, AZ 85224 (602) 689-1805 feleciarozansky@gmail.com

AZLabs Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 988-3292 dmullenix@alionscience.com

Ike’s Love and Sandwiches 1130 W. Grove Ave., #110, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 610-6750 ikesloveandsandwichesaz@gmail.com

PUBLIC TRANSIT

REAL ESTATE-ASSOCIATIONS

RESORTS

Valley Metro 101 N. 1st Ave., # 1300, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 254-9896 hfoose@metrolightrail.org

South East Valley Region. Assoc. Realtors (SEVAR) 1363 S. Vineyard, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 833-7510 jkane@sevrar.com

Arizona Golf Resort 425 S. Power Road, Mesa, Arizona 85206 (480) 832-3202 gina@arizonagolfresort.com

Inside The Bungalow 48 N. Robson St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 844-2353 betty@insidethebungalow.com

PUBLICATIONS N2 Publishing Chandler, AZ 85249 (206) 992-2500 heather.harrison@n2pub.com PUBLISHERS Brick Cave Media Mesa, AZ 85201 (315) 723-3902 jlabuz@brickcavemedia.com

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REAL ESTATE-COMMERCIAL COBE Real Estate 2152 S. Vineyard # 116, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 610-2400 steve@coberealestate.com CPI-Commercial Properties Inc. 2323 W. University Dr., Tempe, AZ 85281 (480) 244-7222 rgriswold@cpiaz.com

RENTAL EQUIPMENT-PARTY Y-KNOT Party Corporation 1127 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 967-4495 info@yknotparty.com

Westgate Resorts 6302 E. McKellips Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 654-3611 jan_gabrelcik@wgresorts.com RESTAURANTS Arizona Restaurant Association 4250 N. Drinkwater Blvd., #350, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 (602) 307-9134 steve@azrestaurant.org

Flancer’s Restaurant 1902 N. Higley Rd., Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 396-0077 eric@flancers.com

Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches 68 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 649-5555 jjsmesa4@yahoo.com Kneaders Bakery & Cafe 6611 E. McDowell, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 586-4665 tieg@kneaders.com Los Dos Molinos 260 S. Alma School Rd., #137, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 969-7475 jgabaldon2003@yahoo.com


BUSINESS DIRECTORY MAD Greens - Eat Better 1940 S. Val Vista Rd., Mesa, AZ 85204 (623) 215-0622 MG0205@madgreens.com

The Broken Yolk Cafe 2034 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 892-9655 jennifer.o@thebrokenyolkcafe.com

Marco’s Pizza 446 N. Higley Rd., #105, Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 396-4300 anne@desertdough.com

The Dhaba / Think Human 1874 E. Apache Blvd., Tempe, AZ 85281 (480) 557-8800 raveen@the-dhaba.com

Margaritas Grille 10 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 969-5812 delacruzmexicangrille@gmail.com Millie’s Cafe LLC. 1916 W. Baseline Rd., #10, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 223-8217 milliescafe.az@gmail.com Moreno’s Mexican Grill 6815 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 807-3093 morenosmexicangrill2006@gmail.com Nunthaporn’s Thai Cuisine 17 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 695-0838 larrytee@aol.com

The HUB Grill and Bar - Stapley Location 1860 S. Stapley Dr., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 494-2699 chris@hubgrill.com The VUE @ Augusta Ranch 2401 S. Lansing, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 300-5398 info@vueaz.com Tom’s BBQ 5005 E. McKellips Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 924-6019 info@tomsbbq.com Uncle Bear’s Grill & Tap 9053 E. Baseline Rd., #101, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 986-2228 jason@unclebearsgrillandbar.com

RETAIL-VARIETY STORE Lulubell Toy Bodega 126 W. Pepper, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 733-5858 amy@lulubelltoys.com RETAIL-VARIETY STORE SHOPPING CENTERS/SHOPPING MALLS SWAP MEETS Mesa Market Place Swap Meet 10550 E. Baseline Rd., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 380-5572 info@mesamarket.com RETIREMENT APARTMENTS Fellowship Square-Mesa 6945 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 654-1800 Lana.Mattson@ChristianCare.org RETIREMENT HOMES AND COMMUNITIES Friendship Village of Tempe 2645 E. Southern Ave., Tempe, AZ 85282 (480) 831-5000 info@friendshipvillageaz.com RUBBER PRODUCTS

Organ Stop Pizza 1149 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 813-5700 jack@organstoppizza.com

UnPhogettable 66 S. Dobson Rd., #138, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 835-2298 chantieu@gmail.com

Original Blue Adobe Grill 144 N. Country Club Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 962-1000 vstumberg@cox.net

Village Inn 1155 S. Dobson Rd., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 834-8372 110388@abrholdings.com

Pacino’s Italian 2831 N. Power Rd., Suite 104, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 985-0114 realitalian0324@gmail.com

Wait Training - Waiter Boot Camp Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 600-6973 kris@waiterhacks.com

Pete’s Fish & Chips 203 N. Macdonald, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 962-7992 kadams7@cox.net

What The Hell Bar & Grill 7303 E. Main St., #115, Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 380-6000 contact@whatthehellbar.com

Pita Jungle-Dana Park 1652 S. Val Vista Dr., #128, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 339-3595 pitajungledanapark@gmail.com

Woksticks, LLC Gilbert, AZ 85255 (480) 999-4850 wlashell@woksticks.com

Active Resort Properties 2753 E. Broadway Rd., #101-170, Mesa, AZ 85204 (800) 478-3864 azactiveresorts@gmail.com

Rodizio Grill 1840 S. Val Vista Dr., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 813-5400 comments.mes@rodiziogrill.com

Zappone’s Italian Bistro & Catering 1652 N. Higley Rd., #103, Gilbert, AZ 85234 (480) 747-0756 contact@zapponesbistro.com

RV SALES

Rosati’s Pizza Pub Of Mesa 849 N. Dobson Rd., #112, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 655-9000 pizza@baselinerosatis.com

RESTAURANTS BEVERAGES

Smashburger 2837 N. Power Rd., #102, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 268-9930 kurt@sunwestaz.com Smashburger 1335 S. Alma School Rd., #103, Mesa, AZ 85210 (623) 888-6635 blyon@smashburger.com Smashburger 6807 E. Baseline Rd., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 378-6600 blyon@smashburger.com Sonic Drive-In 235 W. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 649-7930 SWKaccounting@swkarma.com Stapley Center Firehouse Subs 1616 S. Stapley Rd., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 497-4005 lkrause@firehousesubs.com TC Eggington’s 1660 S. Alma School Rd., #129, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 345-9288 Teriyaki Madness 1229 S. Power Rd., #105, Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 641-8623 tmadstaff@gmail.com Texas Roadhouse 1605 S. Stapley Dr., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 539-0240 store_mesa@texasroadhouse.com

Tipsy Cactus Taproom & Bottle Shop 2722 S. Alma School Rd., #1, Mesa, AZ 85210 (602) 561-7907 seanhayes12@yahoo.com RESTAURANTS-ENTERTAINMENT Topgolf 1689 S. Santan Village Parkway, Gilbert, AZ 85295 (480) 240-1282 Rochelle.Barton@topgolf.com RESTORATION Lotus Contracting Services Mesa, AZ (480) 500-5481 jill@lotusservicesaz.com Service Team Of Professionals Mesa Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 818-1440 ed@stopmesa.com RETAIL SHOPS Boot Barn 829 N. Dobson Rd., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 668-1211 sponsorships@bootbarn.com WSS 1036 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85204 (310) 400-8130 ataggart@shopwss.com Wireless Vision - T-Mobile Partner 344 S. Power Rd., #104, Mesa, AZ 85209 480-924-1040 david.grayson2@t-mobile.com

CRM of Arizona LLC 11400 E. Pecos Rd., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 987-3006 dhelms@crmrubber.com RV DEALERS Cassones RV 3032 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85213 (480) 357-5200 service@cassonesrv.com Robert Crist and Company RV 2025 E. Main St., Mesa, Arizona 85213 (480) 834-9410 Paul@skogebo.com RV PARK MODEL RESALE/RENTAL

Auto Boss Inc 7921 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 986-1049 autobossrv@yahoo.com RV SERVICE Straight Line Suspension 1725 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 422-8511 mike@straightlinesuspension.com SALON/SPA Rolfs Global 14269 N. 87th St., #201, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 (480) 730-3107 jchurches@rolflohse.com SCHOOLS DeVry University/Keller Graduate School 1201 S. Alma School Rd., # 5450, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 827-1511 East Valley Institute of Technology - EVIT 1601 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 461-4101 sdowney@evit.com Hubbard Family Swim School 1061 N. Dobson Rd, #101, Mesa, AZ 85201 (602) 971-4044 info@hubbardswim.com Imagine Schools at East Mesa 9701 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 355-6830 monte.lange@imagineschools.com Mesa Community College 1833 W. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 461-7300x396 span@mesacc.edu

Mesa Unified School District 63 E. Main St., #101, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 472-0200 mbcowan@mpsaz.org SCHOOLS-COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES Arizona State University 300 E. University Dr. #345, Tempe, AZ 85287 (480) 727-7913 angela.creedon@asu.edu AT Still University 5850 E. Still Cir., Mesa, AZ 85206 (480) 219-6000 kescott@atsu.edu SECURITY SERVICES/CONSULTANTS ADT Security Services 3011 S. 52nd St. #115, Tempe, AZ 85282 (480) 927-8000 jmedlock@adt.com Centurian Custom Security 1226 E. Downing, Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 844-4965 centurian@cox.net Metris 2325 W. Guadalupe Rd #107, Gilbert, AZ 85233 (480) 685-3900 e.lachance@metrisglobal.com The Rapp IT Up Wireless Security Company 2753 E. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85204 (602) 575-7819 info@rappitup.net SECURITY SERVICES/SYSTEMS Vivint, Inc. 4931 N. 300 W, Provo, Utah 84604 (877) 873-9883 SENIOR HOUSING Cardinal Capital Management/ Apache ASL Trails 2428 E. Apache Blvd., Tempe, AZ 85281 (480) 305-0221 rhale@cardinalcapital.us SENIOR SERVICES SeniorMoves.org Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 648-5079 info@seniormoves.org SERVICES City of Mesa - Solid Waste 730 N. Mesa Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 644-6789 Jim.Lloyd@mesaaz.gov SHIPPING - DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL SHIPHAUS 7665 E. Velocity Way #113, Mesa, AZ 85212 (602) 633-4287 support@shiphaus.com SHOE STORES Arizona Walk Shop 1310 E. Southern Ave., #101, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 461-1940 dgarcia@hanger.com SHOPPING CENTERS/SHOPPING MALLS Fiesta Mall 1445 W. Southern Ave., #2104, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 833-5587 inez.mora@cis.cushwake.com Power Square - Mall Management Office 2055 S. Power Rd., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 832-1379 rkeeton@pmgmtservices.com Superstition Springs Center 6555 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85206 (602) 953-6200 melissa.buxton@macerich.com Village Square at Dana Park 1758 S. Val Vista Dr., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 584-6181 srosati@whitestonereit.com

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY SHREDDING AND DOCUMENT DESTRUCTION Cutters Document Destruction 3227 E. Encanto St., Mesa, AZ 85213 (480) 264-7454 info@cuttersonsite.com SIGNS FASTSIGNS 7205 E. Southern Ave. #A111, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 854-7400 amy.goodman@fastsigns.com SOCCER SPORTS & RECREATION SPORTS-PROFESSIONAL F.C. Arizona Soccer 6909 W. Ray Rd., #121, Chandler, Arizona 85226 602-793-6134 Info@FCArizona.com SOCIAL SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS Boys & Girls Club - Grant Woods Mesa Branch 221 W. 6th Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 844-0963 chrisq@clubzona.org SPORTS & RECREATION Extra Innings - BATMD Athletics 3530 E. Southern Ave., #A & B, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 325-3438 deanna@extrainnings-eastvalley.com SPORTS BARS The Hub Grill and Bar - Sossaman Location 1925 S. Sossaman Rd., #101, Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 718-5440 chris@hubgrill.com SPORTS-PROFESSIONAL Chicago Cubs Sloan Park - 2510 W. Rio Salado Parkway, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 298-3190 mmcadams@cubs.com Oakland Athletics 1235 N. Center St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 387-5825 spring@athletics.com STAFFING - FULL SERVICE Intermountain Staffing 1110 W. Southern Ave., #11, Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 962-3946 stephaniem@intermountainstaffing.com STEEL FABRICATORS Able Steel Fabricators 4150 E. Quartz Cir., Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 663-6929 able@ablesteel.com STOCK AND BOND BROKERS Tennison Investments, Inc. 40 N. Center St., #106, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 461-9770 brad@tennisonfinancial.com Tom Rhodes 421 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 464-4888 trhodes@rhodesmail.org STORAGE Extra Space Storage 112 N. Alma School Rd., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 964-7317 fac0239@extraspace.com Southern Pavilion Self Storage 7110 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 830-1425 pavilion@heamgmt.com Storage West 135 E. McKellips Rd., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 890-0229 mckellips.road@storagewest.net

SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES LOCKSMITHS SECURITY SERVICES/SYSTEMS University Lock and Security 1031 W. University Dr., Tempe, AZ 85281 (480) 966-4505 charlie@ulssecurity.com TECHNOLOGY Apple Inc. 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertina, CA 95014 (408) 996-1010 foulke@apple.com Aquimo, LLC 1955 S. Val Vista Dr., #126, Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 659-7976 mjeffery@aquimo.com Crowd Mics 2428 E. Carmel Ave., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 725-7255 tim@crowdmics.com FireBeard Technologies Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 516-1925 preston@firebeardtech.com Marc Community Resources/TecMarc Inc. 924 N. Country Club Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 969-3000 TECHNOLOGY TELECOMMUNICATIONS Newbridge Telecom Solutions 28170 N. Alma School Rd #208, Scottsdale, AZ 85262 (877) 796-0407 jerryz@newbridgemail.com Cox Communications- Mesa Area Service Center 1550 W. Deer Valley Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85027 (623) 594-1000 rachelaja@cox.net PCT International, Inc. 2260 W. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 813-0925 ap@pctintl.com TELEPHONE BUSINESS SYSTEMS LANstar Communications, LLC 4450 E. McLellan Rd., #106, Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 752-8555 contactme@lanstaraz.com TELEVISION, APPLIANCE, AUDIO-SALES AND SERVICE Mesa TV & Appliance 456 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 969-2971 lmoses1@cox.net THEATRES Copperstar Repertory Co. 1514 E. Laredo St., Chandler, AZ 85225 (480) 699-1655 mjokawa@copperstarrep.org TIRES Gunnell’s Tires & Auto 1501 E. Main St, Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 834-9415 gunnellstires1@yahoo.com TOURIST ATTRACTIONS Tortilla Flat 20909 E. Apache Trail, Tortilla Flat, AZ 85119 (480) 984-1776 www.tortillaflataz.com TOWING AND STORAGE Valley Express Towing and Auto Repair 661 W. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 899-4621 ValleyExpress@cox.net TOWING AND STORAGE AUTO REPAIR AND TOWING Thompson’s Auto Repair & Towing 1325 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85203 (480) 833-1071 bvivian51@gmail.com

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TRAILERS, CAMPING AND TRAVEL

WASTE MANAGEMENT

Tom’s Camperland 1301 W. Broadway Rd., Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 894-1267 jason@tomscamperland.com

Right Away Disposal 3755 S. Royal Palm Road, Apache Junction, AZ 85119 (480) 983-9100 mark@radservices.com

TRANSCRIPTION SERVICES CVV Transcripts Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 250-8830 jennifer@cvvtrans.com TRANSPORATION ENGINEERING HDR Engineering, Inc. 3200 E. Camelback Rd., # 350, Phoenix, AZ 85018 (602) 522-7700 flora.mondragon@hdrinc.com

WATER TREATMENT AND BOTTLED WATER Water & Energy Systems Technology, Inc 4956 E. Ingram St., Mesa, AZ 85205 (602) 962-4761 westinc@excite.com WEBSITE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT

TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES

Website Design & SEO Pro Marketing P.O. Box 6473, Apache Junction, AZ 85178 (480) 239-2905 carole@websitedesignseopro.com

Dunn Transportation / Ollie the Trolley 1322 N. McClintock Dr., Tempe, AZ 85281 (480) 970-8130 melissa@dunntransportation.com

Website Design Plus Mesa, AZ 85205 (480) 316-3483 maggie@websitedesign.plus

TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES

WHOLESALE CLUBS

Total Transit 4600 W. Camelback Rd., Glendale, AZ 85301 (602) 200-5501x1401

Costco Wholesale - Gilbert 1415 N. Arizona Ave., Gilbert, AZ 85233 (480) 293-0061x223 w481mkt02@costco.com

TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES TAXI SERVICES VIP Taxi 2710 E. Washington St., Phoenix, AZ 85034 (602) 300-3000 customerservice@viptaxi.com TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES TRUCKING FP Transport LLC 2550 N. Thunderbird Cr., #115, Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 999-4485 kevin@fptllc.com TRAVEL AGENCIES AAA - Arizona 4126 E. Valley Auto Dr., Mesa, AZ 85206 (602) 241-3903 kmartinez@arizona.aaa.com

Costco Wholesale - Mesa 1444 S. Sossaman Rd., Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 333-6550 w01028mbr@costco.com WINDOW CLEANING Clear Vision Window Wash PO Box 8751, Mesa, AZ 85214 (480) 926-7898 clearvisionscott@yahoo.com Fish Window Cleaning 3738 W. Commonwealth Ave., #12, Chandler, AZ 85226 (480) 962-4688 admin480@fishwindowcleaning.com WINDOW TREATMENTS

The Thompson’s Travel - Cruise Planners Mesa, AZ 85206 480-275-8080 michael.thompson@cruiseplanners.com

Budget Blinds of East Mesa Mesa, AZ 85234 (480) 497-7247 smglaza@budgetblinds.com

TRAVEL CLUBS

WINDOW TREATMENTS AND SHADES

Dreambuilder Travel Mesa, Arizona 85205 (480) 459-9082 azdreambuilder1@gmail.com

Budget Blinds of Northwest Mesa Mesa, AZ 85207 (480) 205-2577 sbpetrillo@budgetblinds.com

UNINTERRUPTED POWER SUPPLIES ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

WINE-BAR AND STORAGE LIQUOR STORES

Power Quality Professionals, LLC 9221 E. Baseline Rd., #109, Suite 246 Mesa, AZ 85209 (480) 984-8801 support@powerqualityprofessionals.com URGENT CARE FACILITY NextCare Urgent Care 1138 N. Alma School Rd., #120, Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 924-8382 ashleystanfill@nextcare.com UTILITIES Arizona Public Service (APS) 500 N. 4th St., Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 250-3684 rustyn.sherer@aps.com Salt River Project 1600 N. Priest Dr., Tempe, AZ 85281 (602) 236-8888 renee.castillo@srpnet.com

Sun Devil Liquor 235 N. Country Club Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 834-5050 sundevilliquor@gmail.com Insurance AZ LLC 1140 N. Gilbert Rd., #110, Gilbert, AZ 85234 (480) 559-8258 steve@insuranceaz.us Kneaders Bakery & Cafe 1142 S. Signal Butte Rd., Mesa, AZ 85208 (801) 642-3800 dustin@kneaders.com Rolfs at Arrowhead & iqonic clinic 20022 N. 67th Ave., # 120, Glendale, AZ 85308 (623) 537-2223 Rolfs at Gainey Village & iqonic clinic 8787 N. Scottsdale Rd., # 202 Scottsdale, AZ 85253 (480) 607-1414

VETERINARIAN

Rolfs at the Foothills & iqonic clinic 7131 W. Ray Rd., # 21, Chandler, AZ 85226 (480) 940-0800

East Mesa Animal Hospital 430 S. Gilbert Rd., Mesa, AZ 85204 (480) 833-8562

Santander Consumer USA Mesa, AZ 85202

VOLUNTEERS Volunteer-Marcia Miner (734) 223-9835 marcialminer@gmail.com

The Fruth Group 4960 E. Beverly Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85044 (602) 414-9600 Ext 137 tvilla@fruthgroup.com


The Farnsworth Family of Senior Living Services.

Since 1958 the East Valley’s Premier Active Adult Community.

Assisted Living & Memory Care

A 900 acre master-planned community featuring single family homes, townhomes and condos, with an array of state-of-the-art recreational and social amenities.

A unique senior living community for those needing assistance and memory care needs in the tradition of excellence established by the Farnsworth family.

SunlandSprings.com

TheSummitAZ.com

Baseline & Signal Butte in Mesa

2415 S. Signal Butte Rd. • Mesa, AZ 85209

Hours: Monday - Saturday: 9AM - 5:30PM • Closed Sunday

In the shadows of the majestic Superstition Mountains

Enhancing independence, dignity and quality of life

Located at the Sunland Springs Village Sales Office

Providing one-on-one caregiving to assist with the activities of daily living for those who want to live in the comfort of their own home.

Offering real estate, property management, and investment solutions for those looking to buy and/or sell in the Arizona real estate market.

480-422-3592

SunlandHomeCareAZ.com

480-907-5588

SpringsRealtyAz.com

2351 S Signal Butte Rd. • Mesa, AZ 85209

2233 S. Springwood Blvd. • Mesa, AZ 85209

Peace of mind and comfort to those caring for a loved one in need

info@springsrealtyaz.com

480-447-8893

480.373.8755

For more than 50 years, the Farnsworth family has been serving the needs of seniors in the east valley. Now, with a new generation of family members involved with seniors, the family is poised to meet the ever-increasing needs and population of those entering a wonderful time of their lives.


Building a brighter future

mpsaz.org

mpsaz

@mpsaz

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