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18 | TRUmatch Scottsdale matchmaker loves the business of love 26 | Clean Greens Team Cathy and Shaun Kalos bring 'clean' produce to the Valley 30 | Eats & Beats Must-try foodie venues in the Airpark 33 | Business Profile Durango Stone 36 | The Essential Airpark Shopping Guide Where to find the best furniture & home accessories


48 | Remember When Scottsdale's recipe for culinary success 54 | BizzCam Local entrepreneur creates app for businesses

COLUMNS 58 | Legal Minding Intellectual properties for restaurants by Barbara Luther, The Luther Law Firm 60 | Technology Measure your online success by Eric Olsen, Fasturtle 62 | Scottsdale Healthcare News Honor Ball raises $940,000 for Scottsdale Healthcare


64 | Financial Fundamentals Analysts see big sell-off by Thomas K. Brueckner, Strategic Asset Conservation

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The Cool Crowd


ompiling and printing lists of “cool finds” in the Airpark could easily be a full-time job and wipe out a forest of redwoods. Our community is teeming with so many amazing businesses, restaurants and stores, covering them all would be a herculean task, although within this issue you’ll read about a few dandies we hope are indeed new discoveries for you. If only there were a place where we Airpark enthusiasts could go to share our recommendations, promotions, events and ask for referrals on an ongoing basis. Oh wait, there is.

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Industrial Property on Redfield Sold to Investor Airport Business Center, a multitenant building near the corner of Redfield and Hayden roads, recently sold to DRD, a private equity investor. Sale of the 26,010-square-foot industrial property at 7830 E. Redfield Road is valued at $2.65 million. Bob Deininger and Craig Trbovich of CPI’s Scottsdale Office represented the buyer and have retained the leasing assignment for Airport Business Center.

Dubai-based Aviation Outfit Launches Sales at Scottsdale Airport Empire Aviation Group, a private aviation company and operator of the Middle East’s largest managed fleet of business jets, has opened a new sales office at the Gary Wright Scottsdale Airport to focus on acquiring and reselling pre-owned business jets for buyers all over the world, including


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Passport Imports Stamped for Retirement Longtime Airpark furniture store Passport Imports will be closing its doors Aug. 1, when the store’s lease is up. “It's time for us to move on and have weekends off, and we very much appreciate all the support and great customers. Time is precious!” ownership stated on the Passport Imports Facebook page. To check “Retirement Clearance Events,” etc., visit

International Flights up at Scottsdale Airport Thanks in part to expanded U.S. Customs office and hours at Scottsdale Airport, a record number of international flights (all privately owned aircraft) landed in Scottsdale in the early part of 2014, reports Through April, 334 international flights came through Scottsdale Airport, vs. 490 for the full year in 2013, which was a record. The approval of higher

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Meritage Homes Reports Q1 Increases Scottsdale Airpark-based Meritage Homes Corp. reported an increase in earnings and sales during the first quarter due to growth in its Texas and southeastern U.S. operations. The homebuilder reported revenue of $408.4 million for the period ended March 30, a 21.4 percent increase from last year’s first-quarter results. Per share, Meritage earned 62 cents, up 94 percent from 32 cents per share a year ago.

GPS Insight Named as Stevie Award Finalist Airpark-based GPS Insight was named a finalist in the Company of the Year-Computer

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Earp Guns Auctioned in Airpark In April, more than 6,000 bidders with an interest in Western memorabilia registered for a chance to bid on items at J. Levine & Appraisal, 10345 N. Scottsdale Road, reports the Tombstone News. The auction featured two guns that reportedly belonged to Tombstone’s most famous lawman, Wyatt Earp. The Colt .45, valued

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Taser Gets Big Orders Airpark-based Taser International Inc. made news in May with an order from the New York Police Department for 500 electric stun guns, and an effort to repurchase some company stock, reports Phoenix Business Journal. The company’s board of directors approved $30 million for a stock buyback program. More:

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offering to host a “Birthday Party” event along with local restaurant group SomeBurros, which has a location at the Promenade on Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard. Valor is also an ardent supporter of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Americas and has a deep relationship with the club. Vicki Mayo is a former club alumni and Youth of the Year. Valor was founded by Simer S. Mayo in 2004 in the Scottsdale Airpark and is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Valor offers managed IT services as well as contact center solutions. More:; 888825-6748. ery and café concept with five Arizona locales so far, in Ahwatukee, Gilbert and Yuma. The projected store opening date is February 2015. Info on franchise opportunities: …continues on page 12

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Carey School’s Veteran Program Earns Kudos U.S. News & World Report issued some new rankings for online-degree programs, growing in popularity because of their convenience and flexibility. The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, which has a satellite MBA campus in the Airpark, received the No. 1 ranking among the nation’s online graduate business programs for veterans.


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NJOY Applauds FDA’s e-Cigarette Regulations Airpark-based NJOY, the country’s leading independent manufacturer of electronic cigarettes, welcomed the FDA’s issuance of …continues on page 14

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airparkbusinessnews …continued from page 12 proposed regulations for electronic cigarettes. “By resisting calls to regulate ahead of … the science and data, today the FDA has brought NJOY a giant step closer to achieving its corporate mission of obsoleting cigarettes. There are encouraging signs that 10 years from now, this date will be remembered as the beginning of the end of the tobacco epidemic,” said Craig Weiss, NJOY’s president and CEO, adding that the company looks forward to continued engagement in the regulatory process.

Boccieri Heavy Putter Trusted by Winner on European Tour Boccieri Golf, maker of the award-winning Heavy Putter and pioneer of counterbalanced equipment, announced that its Heavy Putter B3-M model was used by the winner of The Championship at Laguna National on the European Tour. The 39-year-old Chilean took down the field at Laguna National Golf & Country Club in Singapore with a remarkable final round 62, the champion’s seventh professional title. “Over the past decade, the Heavy Putter has been adopted by numerous professionals worldwide who recognize its ability to reduce putts per round,” said Stephen Boccieri, president and CEO. “Our proprietary weighting technology helps all players create an easily repeatable pendulum stroke that results in more consistency, especially under pressure.” The company opened a Research and Performance Center at 15816 N. Greenway-Hayden Loop in Scottsdale in 2012. The 9,000-square-foot facility offers a variety of services, including custom club fitting, high-tech swing analysis and practice time on lifelike simulators.

Celebrate Social Media Day on June 28 Social Media Day is coming to Phoenix (#SMDAYPHX) for the fourth annual celebration on June 28, 6 p.m.10 p.m. The event was created by social media giant Mashable in 2010 to celebrate the digital revolution. Today, Social Media Day has transformed into a worldwide celebration that is recognized by more than 100 countries, six continents and 17 U.S. cities. On June 28, Valley social media

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enthusiasts, small-business owners, media and marketing pros will come together at the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel to participate in relevant and useful content sessions. Event coordinator MoniQue Shaldjian said, “Social media enthusiasts in Phoenix can expect an entirely new experience and format this year … We realize that attendees are not coming for basic ‘Facebook 101’ type content; rather, they want to engage in conversations about where social media is going, how new mediums are working or not working, and share experiences.” More: www.

Junior Golfers Compete at Grayhawk Junior golfers from across the world returned to Grayhawk Golf Club for the 15th annual Thunderbird International Junior in Scottsdale, May 23-26. The 2013 champions, Jorge Garcia of Miami, and Nicole Morales of South Salem, N.Y., highlighted an international field with 14 countries represented. The tournament has solidified itself as one of the premier junior golf events for rising golf stars, as proven by the impressive list of past champions. “Fourteen years ago, Phil [Mickelson] challenged The Thunderbirds and Grayhawk Golf Club to develop the most competitive junior golf tournament in the world,” Tournament Co-Chairman Mike Kennedy said. “His inspiration, oversight and generous annual financial support from the Phil and Amy Mickelson Foundation made that happen.” Other sponsors include Armour, the Thunderbirds and Grayhawk Golf Club. Jorge Garcia of Miami, 2013

Notre Dame Prep’s Bilbrey Honored by Fulton Homes Fulton Homes has named Notre Dame Preparatory High School sophomore Braxton Bilbrey the latest winner of the Fulton Homes Character Counts program. Bilbrey was into watery escapes early. In 2006, at age 7, he became the youngest person to make the 1.4-mile swim from Alcatraz to San Francisco in support of water safety. He has swum from Alcatraz over a dozen times. Fulton Homes is honoring Bilbrey with a $100 gift certificate to Just Sports and a chance at winning a $5,000 scholarship.

AXA Awards $35,000 in Scholarships The Scottsdale Airpark’s AXA Advisors Southwest, a provider of financial services for consumers and businesses, was honored to present high school senior Max Ashton with $25,000 as a national winner of the 2014 AXA Achievement Scholarship in association with U.S. News & World Report. Ashton is one of 52 students awarded scholarships of $10,000. Of those, 10 were chosen to receive an additional $15,000 scholarship. “Max, who is blind, has taken on amazing feats that have tested his mind, body and spirit—such as climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and swimming to Alcatraz—all in the name of raising more than $250,000 for the Arizona Foundation for Blind Children,” said Philip Kim, retirement benefits director at AXA Advisors Southwest and office champion of the scholarship program. In addition to Ashton, five fellow Arizona students will each receive $2,000 as program winners, including Whitney Smith of Notre Dame Preparatory High School in North Scottsdale. …continues on page 16

Despins Celebrates 30-Year Milestone


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Suitsupply Arrives at Scottsdale Quarter Milan, London, Brussels, New York, Chicago and now Scottsdale: men’s label Suitsupply is the latest firstto-market retailer to land at Scottsdale Quarter. Known for refined international men’s fashions, Suitsupply opened at the 28-acre shopping, dining and entertainment destination (15257 N. Scottsdale Road) on May 22. Suitsupply’s new 5,611-square-foot spot features a private shopping room and an in-store tailor. With an outdoor terrace, customers can kick back and enjoy an espresso while waiting for alterations. The spring/ summer season will include all-new shorts. “We wanted to create a collection and atmosphere suited for the style-conscious men of Scottsdale,” said CEO and founder Fokke de Jong. “That’s why you’ll find plenty of lightweight linen and cotton fabrics, seersucker shorts, and a comfortable outdoor space to lounge in while taking in some scenic views.”

James Labrie Corp. Leases Airpark Space Peggy Johnson represented the landlord, Jula International, in a three-year retail lease transaction for a 1,664-square-foot space at 10626 N. Scottsdale Road. The tenant is The James Labrie Corp.

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Wells Fargo & Co. announced it invested more than $6.6 million in schools and nonprofits in Arizona in 2013, totaling more than $18,000 in daily giving to local nonprofit organizations. Wells Fargo team members personally pledged more than $3 million of the total in addition to recording more than 100,000 volunteer hours to help Arizona neighborhoods and communities succeed.

McDowell Mt. Park Changes Summer Schedule Due to a personnel change, McDowell Mountain Park has canceled all summer programs except for Friday Fitness Hikes

and the summer night bike ride series. Amy Burnett, the park’s longtime ranger, has moved on to a position with Arizona Game & Fish. A search for her replacement is underway. Check the website for program updates:

Dilly’s Deli Moves … Just a Bit The Dilly’s Deli Sandwich Shop location in Scottsdale has moved 50 yards across the parking lot. It is still located in the same strip center at East Thunderbird Square, now next to StudioFit.

Jet Clean 360 at Scottsdale Airport Jet Clean 360 has received its Aeronautical Business Permit at Scottsdale Airport. Customers of the professional aircraft appearance company include NetJets, JetSuite, XOJet and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency aircraft in Arizona. “We truly are the hidden gem in the Airpark. Due to our pricing and superior service, we are taking Arizona by storm,” said Jim Mathiasch of Jet Clean. More:

TPC Scottsdale’s Head Pro Resigns In May, Greg Wolf resigned as head golf professional at TPC Scottsdale, where he worked for the last 14 years, to pursue a new opportunity. The TPC is host of the PGA Tour’s Waste Management Phoenix Open, set next year for Jan. 26-Feb. 1.

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Though Leslee Alexander Gibbs bears a passing resemblance to Bravo’s “Millionaire Matchmaker” Patti Stanger (who actually sought out TRUmatch’s services for herself), she has no desire to focus her talents solely on millionaires. “I have found the solution to singlehood and I want to share that with the world, regardless of the financial demographic,” says Gibbs.

lighting like a warm flock of butterflies, Leslee Alexander Gibbs’ expertly manicured fingers graze the Scottsdale Airpark News photographer’s forearm as she leans in, eyes twinkling with possibilities. “So are you single?” she says, a conspiratorial smile tugging the corners of her lips. It’s a question familiar to many of the ring-free men and women who’ve crossed the Scottsdale matchmaker’s path. The photographer reveals he’s in a relationship. Well, then, maybe he has a friend looking for love. Before he leaves the TRUmatch offices, a card is pressed into his hand. …continues on page 20 June 2014 Scottsdale Airpark News | 19

…continued from page 19 Gibbs and her team are always on the prowl to fatten their database with possible matches for clients. “I have chased people down an escalator before. I was sitting at Tanzy at the Scottsdale Quarter and saw a group of lovely young ladies, and I literally ran after them,” Gibbs says. “We do whatever it takes to provide quality service for our clients, whether that’s recruiting more people through groups and meetings or reaching out on Facebook and LinkedIn.” “Stalking” is the bald-faced term Gibbs and her staff of equally ebullient women use for their recruitment techniques. In fact, that’s how TRUmatch Creative Director Elisa Lane joined the fold. Gibbs had checked out her Facebook profile as a prospective match for a client last year. When the two met, Lane began attending the firm’s workshops and did some coaching work with TRUmatch to address her own love issues. “Elisa had such a breakthrough, and she’s now in the happiest, healthiest relationship she’s ever been in,” says Gibbs. “TRUmatch changed her life—not just

because he’s an amazing man, but because of what came to her in the sessions—and she said, ‘I want to share this with the world. I’d like to come on board and work for you.'" Lane confirms it’s all true, and she’s not alone. Passion runs through the business like blood through a racing heart. Gibbs didn’t launch this enterprise for the money, though the service isn’t cheap. She owns a highly successful modeling agency and has a proven track record as a hotshot entrepreneur. TRUmatch evolved from her own painful struggle and eventual triumph in the quest for love. “My husband and I met through a matchmaker, and so I have been passionate about giving people the gift of love because it was given to me,” she says. “When you can change people’s lives, that’s crazy. The feeling is indescribable.”

Secret Sauce As Gibbs likes to say, TRUmatch doesn’t just set you up, it sets you up for success. Her 3-D approach to dating is “Mix-Match-Mentor,” with an empha-

sis on the latter. Clients begin with a “Discovery” session where a counselor helps them identify problematic patterns, set goals for the future and plot a roadmap to finding love. “The key is mentorship, and the patterns we are able to change. It is absolutely our secret sauce,” Gibbs says and describes a Discovery session she conducted earlier in the week with a handsome Scottsdale CEO who didn’t realize he was overanalyzing his dates. “Analyzing and reanalyzing data over and over again serves him well in business, but it’s also what prohibits him from love—because you are never going to find the lesson to love in your medical books or searching Internet. It’s something you will feel in your heart.” As the CEO continues with the TRUmatch service, Gibbs will act as his ongoing accountability partner. Each client puts together their own packages—a mix of “Introductions,” dates, personal coaching and courses—but self-discovery work and feedback are key factors, unlike most dating services that mainly supply …continues on page 22

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…continued from page 20 their clients with a stack of photographs and guarantee a set number of “fix-ups.” The TRUmatch approach seems to be capturing the Valley’s attention. Gibbs and vice president Leslie Sprinz launched the company only last October, and already 15,000 people are engaged via the database and social media streams. The women had been offering relationship and selfdiscovery workshops for three years before deciding to introduce the matching service. Gibbs says TRUmatch has a 92 percent success rate, based on the number of “Introductions” that move into second dates. Several clients are living together as partners, one couple got married last November, and Gibbs expects to receive news of another proposal before summer. Charlie Carr, a North Scottsdale resident in his 60s, is among TRUmatch’s satisfied clientele. Divorced and looking for a longterm relationship, Carr had tried several services (at significant cost) before meeting Gibbs during a TRUmatch mixer at Gainey Ranch Village Health Club. “One of the things I enjoyed the most is they do an inventory and a guided reflection on what you want in life, what you are looking for in a relationship, and then how your past behavior and thoughts impact your current success,” says Carr, whose background is in psychology. “They really ask you to do some work on your own self-awareness, and once you do that, you become the foundation for what you are looking for.” Laughing a little, Carr says “the Leslies” gave him some much-needed fashion guidance as well as insights into the kind of first impression he makes, based on their own observations as well as feedback from his TRUmatch dates. “How I come across to women is an important question to me. And they took a look at many, many aspects—conversation, how I sound, am I projecting who I genuinely am, what kind of person am I attracting.” Carr, who has been dating a TRUmatch client steadily for a couple of months now, says the combined insights have increased the chance of him making it to that second date where he and a woman can really get to know each other. Wanting better odds “may sound real guy-like,” he adds, but that’s part of the reality of finding a match. In the meantime, Carr can’t say enough about “the Leslies,” who even helped him craft an online dating profile. “These are two people with such good hearts,” he says. “They are really committed to helping you from your point of view.

The TRUmatch team at the Airpark office near WestWorld: Leslie Sprinz, vice president; Leslee Alexander Gibbs, founder; Elisa Lane, creative director; Zoe Watkin, executive assistant (not pictured, Jennifer Enck, director of operations, and Krystal Lamar, scheduling manager)

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…continued from page 23 The compatibility thing is not completely predictable, but I trust both of the Leslies to know me and know if there is a likelihood.”

loveMBA A small crowd of mostly over-50 women have gathered for the TRUmatch presentation on how to get out and start dating again. Though not an official course in the “loveMBA” series Gibbs and Sprinz developed, the talk has some similar themes, and Gibbs is sharing her personal story: Her relationship of 13 years had ended, and there she was, 35 years old, bitter, lonely and terrified to date again. The days filled with work and kids weren’t bad, but during the stillness of the nights, she felt as though she were moving through quicksand. After two years, she decided to immerse herself in education, determined to figure out why her relationship had failed and what she could do about it. “I thought I would find places to meet hot guys, but what I found was myself … not just as an entrepreneur and a wife and mom, but as a woman,” she says, urging the ladies to let go of the past, open

their hearts, embrace their femininity— and have fun. Gibbs says she never would have met her husband, William Gibbs, past president of University of Phoenix, unless she had learned to love again. A frazzled woman arrives, takes a seat, and begins to pepper Gibbs with questions about pricing and guarantees. Before Gibbs is finished with one answer, the latecomer fires another question, her skepticism palpable. The room feels increasingly tense— a vibe that something valuable has been shanghaied—and suddenly a woman with a smooth gray pageboy turns and interrupts. “Maybe I can help you understand,” she says softly. “I’m 64 years old, and I’ve been married for 40. I’ve lost myself. I’m losing my husband. I’m here to grow and to learn. I want to learn to be female, to be with a man, and if that man happens to be my husband, great.” A moment of silence descends on the room, and the skeptic, visibly moved, thanks the woman for her words. A week later, she actually attends a TRUmatch mixer and books a Discovery session, much to Gibbs’ delight.


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s a former professional motocross racer—a prodigy on the Litchfield Park dust bowls, who quickly rose to fame competing in European world championships as a sponsored rider—Shaun Kalos has always been comfortable with a little dirt. Not to mention the occasional bug between the teeth. That may explain why today, as co-owner of North Scottsdale Organics, the certified organic foods distribution home business run

by his wife, Cathy, Kalos has little patience for squiddly shoppers who avoid pesticide-free produce simply because they’re afraid of finding a little spider on their bananas. “I’ve never seen a bug inside of an apple, have you?” he asks Cathy, as the couple, who recently celebrated their 21st anniversary (they met at a West Valley motocross track), take a short coffee break at the Starbucks at Kierland. “Never,” says Cathy, who began her organic buyers’ group 16 years ago, after a bout of valley fever forced her brown dirt cowboy to retire from professional racing (although he still teaches riders on weekends). “Well, once in a while we’ll get a bug on the outside.”

Family Affair It’s Tuesday, when the Kalos’ weekly shipments of fresh fruit and veggies are delivered to their house off Greenway Parkway and 56th Street by a fleet of out-of-state trucks (“We have very understanding neighbors,” cracks Cathy). And the pair, along with their four young sons, will soon be busy again packing grab-bags of organic mangos, kale,

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blueberries and Roma tomatoes for the roughly 1,000 members who enthusiastically show up each Wednesday morning at one of several drop-off spots around North Scottsdale. “To me, a bug on a piece of fruit is not a big deal,” Shaun continues. “You just brush it off, or whatever. But people always give that as a reason not to go organic. I always thought that was a good sign, actually. If you see a bug hanging out on a fruit, you know it’s clean!” “Clean,” to the organic foodie—a growing contingent in the United States, where sales of organic foods have been expanding by an average of 10 percent every year since 2010—means chemical-free, nutrient dense and not genetically modified or irradiated. But to conventional grocery shoppers (who still account for 96 percent of the country’s $760 billion annual food sales), organic doesn’t always look clean. “Some of the organic farms have trouble selling to grocery stores,” admits Cathy, who says conventional growers often polish their produce to brighten and “pop out” the colors (and to wash off some of the pesticides). “Take oranges, for example. The stores want perfectly orange oranges, without one blemish on them. Unfortunately, that means about a third of the organic farmer’s crop can be rejected. It’s the outside of an orange, what do we care? It tastes great on the inside!”

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Kierland Commons Stages Summer Concerts Enjoy complimentary concerts in the center plaza of Kierland Commons on Saturdays in June and July from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. (no concert July 5). The shopping center is on Scottsdale Road and Greenway Parkway; info: 480-348-1577. If you haven’t been before, there’s always a great crowd and lots of kids frolicking in the fountains. Here’s the lineup: June 7 - Apple: A Beatles tribute band June 14 - Smasht: Contemporary covers June 21 - Rock Lobster: Retro ‘80s band June 28 - Nate Williams Band: Hits from the ‘60s to today July 12 - Zona Road: Contemporary country July 19 - Chuck E. Baby: Classic rock favorites July 26 - Shallow Water: Upbeat party band Music, Music! Check out the Live Music Earth website for great links to area venues, from Eddie V’s and Bobby’s Restaurant to BT’s Sports Pub and Skeptical Chymist:

You could take your palate on a 365-day tour of the Greater Airpark’s ever-changing culinary landscape and still have more to explore. Here are a few leads on some must-try foodie venues as well as tips on where to catch local tunes.

Good Times at Scottsdale Beer Palooza! On June 28, a ton of cold beer will be on tap at WestWorld of Scottsdale for a new event: Scottsdale Beer Palooza, presented indoors at the North Hall of WestWorld. Produced by Affordable Food Festivals (Arizona Taco Festival, Arizona BBQ Festival, Flavors of the West) and M Culinary Concepts, Scottsdale Beer Palooza will feature 50 breweries offering samples. Attendees will be able to purchase some of their favorite beers after sampling them by mixing together custom six-packs and even fill growlers. Tickets are $40 and come with 20 4-ounce samples of beer. Beer-friendly foods will be sold separately from local food trucks and M Culinary Concepts. Live music and games round out the event. More: New Owners of Twisted Rose Announce June Specials Carrie and Pete Burchowycz are the new owners of the Twisted Rose, a restaurant with a full bar, wine bar, winery and banquet facility, tucked among the shopfronts at 15040 N. Northsight Blvd. The new wine master is Bob Garber, who previously owned his own vineyard. He’ll be making the wine, managing the wine club and looking for opportunities to retail and wholesale Twisted Rose wines, which will be made in smaller quantities onsite (the former owner made the vino in his Fountain Hills facility). Chef Indy Pynto, who along with most of the staff, transferred with the purchase, oversees the “affordable gourmet” American menu. Special events this month include: a June 18 tasting featuring the wines of South Africa ($25 for five tastes as well as hors d’oeuvres); summer sale of Gold Petal wines by the bottle; and a Father’s Day deal, June 15, where you purchase two adult entrees, and dad’s is free. Reservations: 480-398-7700;

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Barro’s Pizza Expands to Airpark Barro’s Pizza—which has delighted other realms of the Valley for decades with its addictive sauce and thick, chewy crust— has finally come to the Greater Airpark. This is 34 locations total for the family-owned and locally operated pizza restaurant. You’ll find Barro’s on Frank Lloyd Wright and Thompson Peak Parkway in Scottsdale. The new location will continue to hold a family atmosphere with television for sport game viewing and plenty of space for kids’ parties. The restaurant also provides wings, salads, sandwiches, pastas, gluten-free pizza options, dessert, beer and wine. More:; 602-544-3760

Croque Famous Sandwiches Eclectic is the only way to describe the mad genius of this Airpark favorite, serving French, Hawaii, Korean and Italian baguette sandwiches and rice bowls. 13610 N. Scottsdale Road;
480-607-1285; Fate Brewing Company Come for the award-winning brewski crafted onsite in this tiny, uber-cool venue and stay for the unbelievable wood-fired pizza and salads. 7337 E. Shea Blvd.; 480-994-1275;

Over Easy This breakfast gem tucked away in the Ice Den continues to attract national and local kudos. 9375 E. Bell Road; 480-270-3447;

enjoy some of the best ceviche and margaritas you’ve ever tasted—not to mention fresh veggie offerings that are off the charts. (FYI, on Wednesday, bottles of wine are half-price. Stag’s Leap chardonnay for $20? Um, yes.)

Taco Haus Chef Payton Curry (beloved for Brat Haus in downtown Scottsdale) recently opened a hip/casual Mexican joint in the Greater Airpark. Soak in the brilliant and funky décor as you

Ciao Grazie 18835 N. Thompson Peak Pkwy.; 480-685-3884; LAMP Pizzeria 8900 E. Pinnacle Peak Road; 480-292-8773; Don’t even get the locals started on which of these wood-roasted joints is better. The frenzied Yelp reviews speak volumes. 

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Hiro Sushi This neighborhood mom-and-pop has won over the community (and even the New Times) with its impeccable service and consistent quality. 9393 N. 90th St.; 480-314-4215; Hopdoddy Burger fans are in a brouhaha over the beef at this Austin-originated eatery that opened its first Arizona locale near Shea Boulevard earlier this year. The concept is by the Airpark’s own Guy and Larry’s Restaurants, based in the Scottsdale Quarter. 11055 N. Scottsdale Road

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Airpark’s Marble King

Durango Stone

Photos courtesy of Durango Stone

By Kimberly Hundley


rank Cunningham was barely 20 years old when he set upon the marble-lined path to his destiny. Working in Italy as a stone installer, he was inspired by the weathered beauty of an ancient marble limestone road. If only the look could be recreated. ‌continues on page 34

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…continued from page 32 What influences the trends in marble preferences? It follows the fashion trends in terms of design and color. Some colors have always been popular. Beige, our main color, has been popular forever. But whites have been more popular in the last few years, and the cleaner the white, the better.

His vision led him to found Authentic Durango Stone, headquartered in the Airpark, but sourced out of Mexico, where more than 140 locals are employed as stone professionals in Durango Stone factories, where they hone millions of feet of tiles, slabs, wall cladding, columns, balustrades, baseboard and stair treads. “We have three factories and four quarries, all owned by our parent company, World Wide Stone Corporation,” says Cunningham. “We are taking the stateof-the-art Italian machinery and making what is literally the finest quality marble limestone that has ever been produced. Yes, the best in the world is coming from Mexico, with Mexican workers who show respect for the stone.” We sat down with Cunningham in the Durango Stone showroom at 7946 E. McClain Drive to learn more about this business gem sparkling in the Airpark’s midst.

The word “marble” conjures up images of palaces and Roman sculptures. Just how expensive is it? Fireplaces can cost as little as $400 and as much as $4 million. The most expensive one I ever did was $70,000. We can do something as small as crown molding, or we can clad a home in solid stone—that’s the high end of the high end. Are you working on any lavish projects right now? We’re doing a job in Saudi Arabia for one of the kings—a mural for a wall that measures 30 feet by 160 feet behind a pool. They created a picture out of hundreds of shapes. We cut them, number and package

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them. When the pieces arrive, [the clients] are the ones that put them up. It’s a huge mosaic with huge pieces—but you know, a million dollars to them is less than 10 cents to you. You’ve been in Scottsdale since 1988 and moved to the Airpark in 2000. What do you like about this area? I think it’s a good place for us to be because we’re not like the other guys. We’re the only quarrier/producer operating here. We are the only place that you can order literally anything made. To be able to make things custom, you have to know so much about it that you can render it to paper, which is why almost nobody does custom work. Few people can take a three-dimensional object, talk about it and create it! Take that wall for the Saudis— the drawing cost them $500,000; the stone is costing far less than that! You sound fired up! They say if you do what you love to do, that’s where passion comes from. 

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owhere in the Valley is there a more vibrant concentration of home furnishing retail than in the Airpark. From consignment shops to elite showrooms, from high-end chains to locally owned stores showcasing handpicked collections, consumers have an abundance of choices (Greenway-Hayden Loop alone is a goldmine). We selected a variety of our favorites to get you started on the hunt for that perfect piece. For maximum browsing efficiency, keep this list on hand when wending your way through the Airpark. Be sure to call for hours before heading to any particular store. Editor’s Note: The list will be posted on our website, and we’ll continue to add to the directory each month. Do you have a cool find of your own? Send it to …continues on page 38

Playing-Card Table & Club Chairs You can find this fanciful table at Lost & Found Resale Interiors, specializing in unique, eclectic resale and consignment furniture. This set, by English furniture designer Jonathan Charles— renowned for fine antique reproduction—includes a 48-inch round table and four playing-card club chairs covered in leather. The price is $1,299, a drastic reduction from the designer’s original offering. As of May 24, it was still available (15551 N. Greenway-Hayden Loop; 480-588-7006). 36 | Scottsdale Airpark News June 2014


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La Maison Interiors Distinctive home furnishings and accessories from the world’s most skilled craftsmen. 15450 N. Scottsdale Road 480-948-1144

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Think Art is a full-service gallery offering original and print artwork by Phoenix- and Arizona-based artists as well as a selection of frames to accompany the art. Clients include designers, wholesale accounts, art consultants and retail. This mixed-media-on-paper piece by artist Milan features a buffalo and calf, and unframed it is priced at $1,350. Think Art is in the Scottsdale Design Center on north Hayden Road.

Living Spaces AZ/CA chain with more than 150 living rooms, 115 dining rooms, and 100 bedrooms, and a huge selection of many brands. 16275 N. Scottsdale Road (Promenade) 1-877-266-7300

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Passport Imports Ever-changing assortment of quality, handcrafted furniture, accessories and architectural accents. (Closing doors on Aug. 1.) 15000 N. Hayden Road 602-327-3271

Potato Barn Home décor; eclectic pieces selected from around the globe. 7000 E. Mayo Blvd. 480-745-3240

Bilbao Sofa & Chairs by Weiman Get your modern on at Land of Ahhs, a high-end consignment store in Scottsdale’s Consignment Corridor. Available as of May 26, is a Bilbao sofa and chairs by Weiman ($6,400), free-form coffee table ($1,200), Excelsior wall unit ($1,850) and Cristallo floor lamp ($880). The store features all home styles and aesthetic tastes in its 10,000-squarefoot showroom. BONUS: Land of Ahhs undergoes a total transformation on the third Friday of each month, hosting a variety of musical events open to clients and customers. Info: 480-483-4666.

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Zebra Chair Safari meets Versailles with this striking, embellished zebra chair selling for $750 and still available as of May 27 at Avery Lane on the Greenway-Hayden Loop. Info: 480-991-0700.

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Local Youth Honored at Digikids Film Festival


he Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale partnered with the Microsoft Store located at Scottsdale Fashion Square on Wednesday, May 14, to showcase young Club members’ excellence in the area of multimedia art as part of the Digikids Film Festival. The program encourages Club members to learn and practice in digital arts, including movie making, music making and graphic design. The young honorees and the public got the chance to view their movies on the big screen at Harkins Theatre in Scottsdale Fashion Square. After the screenings, the festival moved to the Microsoft Store where a red carpet and awards presentation took place. Taking home “Best Movie” honors for their “Cyber Bullies in Space” movie submission during the event was none other than the team from Scottsdale’s Rose Lane Branch, including: Aaron R., 8, Pueblo Elementary School Charlie Q., 9, Kiva Elementary School Colin B., 11, Pueblo Elementary School Abby F., 9, Pueblo Elementary School Aidan D., 9, Pueblo Elementary School Mikey W., 9, Pueblo Elementary School Other Award winners included: Best Actress – Riely D., 9, at the Vestar Branch for her work in “From Bully to Friends.” Best Actor – Isaac V., 6, at the Virginia G. Piper Branch for his work in “John Jarvis.” Best Stop Motion – Alexis F., 11, and Deenah S., 12, at The Thunderbirds Branch for their work on “Stopping Bullies.” This film also won the regional award from Boys & Girls Clubs of America in the Stop Motion Animation category for the 10-12 year olds. Best Costuming – Hartley & Ruth Barker Branch for its work on “The Spy at Wonka’s Factory.” Best Action Sequence – Fifth & sixth grade members at the Lehi Branch for their work on “Candyland.” Best Film Editing – Aidan D., 9, Abby F., 11, and Bella W., 9, at the Rose Lane Branch for their work on “Magical Recycling Buddies.” Best Animation – Red Mountain Branch for their work on “Our Homes.” Best Message – the Vestar Branch

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ave you seen it yet? The new roundabout on Hayden Road and Northsight Boulevard is now home to “Aspire,” the airport-influenced sculpture installed in May by Scottsdale Public Art. The 25-foot-high piece atop an 8-foot pedestal is only a few blocks from Scottsdale Airport, and represents the Airpark community’s forward and upward movement. Created by Tucson artists Simon Donavon and Ben Olmstead, the $63,000 sculpture also makes a striking statement at night, when it glows with LED lighting. 

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ust Bare, a brand of nothing but allnatural chicken, announces Scottsdale resident Angela Sams as one the five grand-prize winners of its Just Bare Chicken +5 Ingredient Challenge. The contest was created to inspire home chefs to make deliciously simple chicken recipes with just a few, wholesome ingredients. Sams won a grand prize package valued at $1,500, which included one $1,000 gift card for Food52 and Provisions merchandise. From Jan. 14-Feb. 28, 2014, consumers were encouraged to pick five ingredients plus a favorite type of Just Bare chicken product and recipe category. Just Bare Chicken +5 Ingredient Challenge judge Lisa Golden Schroeder then assessed the entries. The top-scoring ingredient lists were transformed into chicken recipes by a specially selected panel of national food bloggers, then 10 were placed on the Just Bare Facebook page for online voting. Sams’ winning submission rose to the top of the more than 11,000 total finalist recipes votes and more than 6,500 total entries. She submitted the following Chicken +5 ingredient list, which was turned into a “Rotisserie Chicken Naan Pizza with Spinach, Queso Fresco & FireRoasted Tomato-Mango Chutney Sauce” recipe by national food blogger Monique Volz of Ambitious Kitchen: • Just Bare Rotisserie Chicken • Whole grain Naan • Mango chutney • Fire-roasted tomatoes • Spinach • Queso fresco The five winning recipes, in addition to the five finalist recipes, are available in the Just Bare Chicken recipe database at Just Bare is distributed nationally by St. Cloud, Minn.-based GNP Company. The product is all-natural with no antibiotics, no added hormones, and no animal by-products (vegetable and grain fed). Products are third-party certified under the American Humane Certified Farm Program, and traceable independent family farms. 

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Scottsdale’s recipe for culinary success By Joan Fudala


cottsdale has evolved as the culinary capital of the Southwest. We have hundreds of restaurants and cafes as well as Cordon Bleu-affiliated Scottsdale Culinary Institute, the culinary curriculum at Scottsdale Community College and other renowned cooking schools. Then there is our host of gourmet shops, an annual culinary festival, locally grown and produced edibles and a star-studded list of celebrity chefs who call Scottsdale home. You can gain weight just thinking about Scottsdale’s eclectic menu of food fantasies. Good thing we have plenty of gyms and pathways to work off those calories. The secret ingredient in Scottsdale’s fame as a delicious destination for dining, however, is its history of home cooking, made

possible by the tall stacks of cookbooks published here by charities, churches, chefs and events. Delving into the pages of Scottsdale’s plethora of community cookbooks provides a glimpse back at our eating habits over the past 65 years, and reminds us of the places and faces that have made our town so tasty. These homespun recipe collections have also raised thousands of dollars for local nonprofits. Nibble on these bites of Scottsdale cookbook history: •Surely there were a few self-published cookbooks between the time Scottsdale was founded in 1888 and finally incorporated in 1951, but they are extremely hard to find. Prior to World War II, there


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were only a handful of churches, women’s groups and restaurants in the Scottsdale area—the usual compilers of local cookbooks—thus, many shared recipes were either published in the Wednesday food sections of the Arizona Republic or the Scottsdale Progress (which began publishing in May 1948). Recipes might have also been shared among neighbors visiting the allvolunteer library inside the Farmers State Bank on Main Street (1921-1933), where the county home extension service offered canning and homemaking pamphlets. •In 1950, ladies of the Sipe-Peterson American Legion Post 44 Auxiliary published Scottsdale’s Favorite Recipes, a spiralbound compilation of its members’ best …continues on page 50

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…continued from page 48 dishes. It also included table prayers, beauty hints (“A good treatment for rough cuticle and brittle nails is soaking them in hot olive oil for 10 to 15 minutes”), household hints (“A piece of bread crust inserted between the teeth when peeling an onion will stop the tears.”), quantity servings for 50 people and weight-control plans. Since Scottsdale was still a farming community then, many recipes included produce or meat from home gardens or farms. Among those contributing recipes were Thelma Holveck, Jean Thomas Scott, Lucy Lutes, Mrs. Glenn Peterson, Mrs. Cliff Carpenter, LaBeula Mowry and Grace Crews—all early and long-time town residents. Shortening, Jell-O, corn flakes, salt pork, molasses, compressed yeast cakes, tapioca and maraschino cherries were ingredients popular in these 1950 recipes. •The Scottsdale Junior Woman’s Club published The Best in Cooking in Scottsdale in the early 1960s, with a cover photograph of a cattle drive on Scottsdale Road south of Main Street. Peggy Goldwater (wife of Sen. Barry Goldwater) contributed several recipes (including Arizona Ranch-Style Frijoles), as did Sen. Carl Hayden, who revealed the ingredients for the U.S. Senate Restaurant Bean Soup, and Gov. Paul Fannin’s wife, who donated her date and cheese bread specialty. Chefs at local resorts touted their famous dishes: Charles Rough/Executive House Arizonian’s Beef Stroganoff; Maynard Stanford/Lulu Belle’s Tournedos a la Béarnaise; and Harvey Fleckenstein/Mountain Shadows’ Barbecued Stuffed Shrimps, just to name a few. Members of the women’s club also put their best company dishes among the pages, such as Lucy Howes’ Ring-a-Lings and Dorothy Fox’s fiveingredient Whacky Cake. •Maxine Marshall, co-publisher of the Scottsdale Progress from the 1960s to the 1980s with her husband, Jonathan, also served as the afternoon paper’s food editor. In 1971, she compiled a selection of the weekly column “My Favorite Recipe …” into a cookbook by the same name, complete with photos of each well-known contributor: Marion Saba (Saba’s Western Wear) - Baked Kibby; Patricia Hartwell (Scottsdale Fine Art Collection manager) - Baked Stuffed Avocado; Elena Corral (La Hacienda and Los Olivos restaurants) - Sour Cream Enchilada; Paul Shank (French Quarter at the Safari Hotel) - Quiche Lorraine; Ruth Sussman (Ballet School) - Lima Bean Soup; Pat McElfresh (Scottsdale Progress reporter) - Eggplant Salsa; Ernestine Gilbreth Carey (Cheaper by the Dozen co-author) - Curry Sauce; Sandra Day O’Connor (state senator - District 20) – Grits Casserole; and Pauline Tims (wife of Mayor Bud Tims) - Chocolate

A piece of BREAD CRUST inserted between the teeth when PEELING AN ONION will stop the tears. — A nugget of Scottsdale kitchen wisdom Pecan Dessert. After the cookbook was published, the newspaper continued to run the popular column; in January 1972 the column featured the lasagna recipe of Sam Campana; then a student at Scottsdale Community College, she later served as mayor of Scottsdale, 1996-2000. •In 1976, Patti Stillman, wife of Guy Stillman, the namesake and founder of the McCormick Stillman Railroad Park, published Dinner in the Diner, which benefitted the railroad park and its nonprofit,

the Scottsdale Railroad and Mechanical Society. Arthur Godfrey penned the introduction. •Although local cookbooks of the 1950s and 1960s spared no butter, sugar or cream, healthy cooking and eating began to permeate cookbooks in the 1970s and beyond. The Scottsdale Healthcare Auxiliary has published at least four cookbooks since its founding in 1961; later editions emphasize low-fat/low-calorie recipes. Local fitness guru Jyl Steinback published a series of fat-

free living cookbooks in the 1990s. During its tenure as the Scottsdale area’s first and most exclusive spa, Elizabeth Arden’s Maine Chance helped its all-female guests lose weight with gourmet diet food. To help them continue their regimen at home, Executive Chef Harris Golden published Golden’s Kitchen: The Artistry of Cooking and Dining on the Light Side in 1985. More recently, Scottsdale restaurateur Sam Fox and healthy living proponent Andrew Weil teamed up on a cookbook, True Food: Seasonal, Sustainable, Simple, Pure. •As expected, many local cookbooks highlight the cuisines of the Southwest. In 1986, Rick Heetland, then owner of Sphinx Date Ranch, published Date Recipes, a compilation using locally grown medjool and Sphinx dates that resulted from a Valleywide recipe contest. Arizona Highways published DeGrazia and Mexican Cookery featuring the artwork of Ted DeGrazia, the Tucson-based artist who spent much time in Scottsdale. The cookbook was written by local television star Rita Davenport. Fernando and Marlene Divina, co-owners …continues on page 52

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rememberwhen …continued from page 51 of a restaurant concept company, published Foods of the Americas – Native Recipes and Traditions, a featured publication of the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. Scottsdale restaurateur Robert McGrath published American Western Cooking from the Roaring Fork in 2000 (including the recipe for his green chili macaroni-and-cheese dish). •There have been so many benefit cookbooks published over the past 60 years, it’s impossible to list them all. To name a few: Our Favorite Recipes by the Scottsdale Historical Society, Calico Cactus Cookbook by the Scottsdale Girls Club Auxiliary, Pinnacle’s Recipe Book by Kids Can at Pinnacle Presbyterian Church, St. Daniel’s Womens Guild Cookbook in 1975, A Cookbook for All Seasons by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Scottsdale Auxiliary, Seasoned with Love by the Christ the Cornerstone Evangelical Lutheran Church, Guess What’s Cookin? by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Scottsdale, Para Las Cocinas by the McCormick Ranch Woman’s Association, Break Bread Together by the First Christian Church of Scottsdale, Diamond Jubilee Upon

This Rock Cookbook by the First Baptist Church of Scottsdale, Las Madrinas Cookbook by the Auxiliary of the Scottsdale Foundation for the Handicapped (now known as STARS), Whoooo’s Cookin’ at Scottsdale Ranch, The Loaves & The Fishes by St. Barnabas on the Desert Episcopal Church, Tour de Taste, the official cookbook of the Scottsdale Culinary Festival by the Scottsdale League for the Arts and Phoenix Home & Garden, Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Cookbook – 25th Anniversary Special Edition by the Fiesta Bowl Women’s Committee in 1996, and Star-Studded Celebrity Media Cookbook by the House of Broadcasting (on Fifth Avenue in Scottsdale). •Roberta Stone, a Scottsdale High School alumna of the late 1940s, recently compiled a cookbook of recipes from her fellow Scottsdale High Beavers that includes memories of “the good ole days.” •Valley food and dining journalist Eileen Bailey compiled The Arizona Celebrity Cookbook in 1997 that benefited the Season for Sharing. Dining in Phoenix Cookbook, published in 1982, features recipes of a bygone Scottsdale era, like Ambrosino’s,

Avanti, the Chaparral Room at Camelback Inn, Chez Louis, Etienne’s, Finch’s, Garcia’s Las Villas, Impeccable Pig and Trader Vic’s. Chef’s Choice Arizona Restaurants and Recipes, published in 1980, includes recipes from former Scottsdale eateries like BB Singer’s, Emperor’s Garden, GuadalaHarry’s, Ianuzzi, La Chaumiere, Oaxaca, The Other Place and The Quilted Bear. •Food Network star Robin Miller, a Scottsdale resident, has a cookbook every busy home cook should love, Robin Takes 5, which includes 500 recipes using five ingredients or less, 500 calories or less, suitable for five nights a week and ready at 5 p.m. So what are you waiting for? Go out and buy a local cookbook that benefits a great cause, features local products or companies and shakes up your kitchen routine. Bon appétit!

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ntellectual property, or IP, value is widely recognized as adding value in the hospitality industry. It is even in the headlines. For example, Apple sued By Barbara Samsung for billions Luther, The of dollars and national Luther Law Firm markets not only in the United States but also in other countries. Protecting IP can be inexpensive and straightforward, or it can be postponed, resulting in major expenses and difficulties in correcting or recovering. Smart hospitality executives make sure that their realms are protected and exploited to add value and peace of mind.

When Of course, restaurants have heavy startup costs. Therefore, it is vital to be strategic in choosing which start-up activities in which to invest first. Older restaurateurs and investors worry about the physical plant, traditional advertising and slowly building by word-of-mouth; they may not understand the new environments of restaurants in which there is much more competition and reputations can turn on a dime. Today’s restaurateur must get the IP right from the start, or risk losing everything. A restaurant in an adjacent state now knows what you are doing!

Why Do you want to start over? Lack of forethought gives rise to two gamechanging problems with intellectual property: imitation of name (trademark) and restaurant appearance (trade dress). If IP is ignored, it can result in failure to increase restaurant value at the least— and at the worst in the closing of the establishment. If a name is adopted without proper thought and handling, an earlier owner of the name can force you to abandon that

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Analysts See Big Sell-Off, Flat Growth Through 2021 by Thomas K. Brueckner


t’s June, and if you missed your opportunity to “Sell in May and Stay Away” last month, you may still have some time. Since I penned last month’s piece, we’ve seen a slew of advisors, columnists, and retired asset managers chime in with their own warnings, some of them dire, and all of them based on sound analysis and a firm grasp of market history. Don’t take my word for it; consider the following: Beverly Hills advisor Craig Brockie

writes at that a “new bear market has begun. Volatility bottoming last year was the first warning signal. More recently we’ve seen the Russell 2000 run out of steam, corporate insiders selling and the general public buying in droves. On top of this, stocks are more overvalued today than they were at the peak in 2007.” Adam Hamilton, a CPA and contrarian analyst, argues that while the average price-to-earnings ratio for the largest 500 companies in the United States has been around 14 for nearly 125 years, “prior to the 2008 financial crisis, these same stocks reached peak price to earnings ratios of 23.1. As of the end of March of this year, the average price-to-earnings ratio for

those 500 stocks was 25.7. This indicates that even if corporate profits were to remain constant, stock prices would need to drop 45 percent just to reach their historical average of 14.” A 45 percent drop in the S&P 500? The numbers don’t lie, and “reversion to the mean” tells us that whenever we spend an extended period well above historic rates of return, the tendency of markets is to overshoot on the downside as well, spending roughly an equal number of months or years below those historic averages. Famed asset manager John Hussman of the Hussman Funds agrees, saying “our estimates for probable S&P 500 nominal total returns have now declined below


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financialfundamentals zero on every horizon of seven years and shorter. Everything that investors can expect to obtain from selling stocks seven years from now is already on the table today. Our projection for 10-year S&P 500 nominal total returns peeks its head up above zero, at about 2.4 percent annually from current levels.” Not mincing words Hussman concludes, “Investors are now making the broadest and most leveraged bet on overvalued equities in U.S. history.” What makes forecasts like these more dire, says Brockie, is that while corporate insiders (officers, directors, etc.) have recently been selling their shares, the general public (the least knowledgeable investors) “have been borrowing more money to buy stocks than they ever have. As always, knowledgeable insiders, commercial traders and contrarian investors are unloading their positions near the current all-time highs to an unsuspecting public that really should know better by now— especially after what happened in 2000 and 2007.”

Michael O’Rourke, chief market strategist at Jones Trading, likens today’s investors to zombies: “Gone is the rising tide of 2013 that fueled big gains for most equities. The low-quality positive catalysts and growing negative catalysts have us starting to wonder if this market is dead and it just doesn’t know it yet.” O’Rourke sees a big problem for this market, pointing out that “market leadership has been driven by a defensive rotation, with investors buying because they don’t want to be left out of the market, not because they like what’s on offer.” Similar observations were made by the likes of Alan Greenspan in 1998 when the dot-com bubble was inflating amid the “irrational exuberance” of that period. Finally, there’s recently retired former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Jim O’Neill, whose former job as a brokerage-employed economist was to attract capital to that firm. Now that he can be more honest, he gave some decidedly lukewarm answers when questioned about his confidence in U.S. mar-

kets by MarketWatch reporter Sara Sjölin: MarketWatch: “If you had money to invest now, would you put any of it in the U.S. stock market?” O’Neill: “Not really. No.” As we’ve been saying for months now, the remaining upside of this market may not be worth the downside risk ahead, and given what’s already in the rearview mirror, investors could look back on this moment in a year or two wishing they’d taken heed of such warnings. 

Thomas K. Brueckner, CLTC, is president/ CEO of Strategic Asset Conservation in Scottsdale, a conservative wealth management firm with clients in 18 states and six countries. He is a 2011 Advisor of the Year national finalist, a radio talk show host, and a mentor to other advisors nationally. He may be reached for comment at

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EMPLOYMENT DR. ANNETTE HANIAN EMPLOYMENT & RECRUITING 13840 N. Northsight Blvd. #105, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-443-1150

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Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC 20551 N. Pima Rd., Suite 200 Nathalie Potvin, Financial Advisor AAMS® Scottsdale, AZ 85255-9155 Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Phone: 480-419-2014 20551 N. Pima Rd., Suite 200 Fax: 480-419-2404 Scottsdale, AZ 85255-9155 Toll Free: 800-453-6737 Phone: 480-419-2014 Fax: 480-419-2404 Toll Free: 800-453-6737

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Plan to Secure Greasewood Flat’s Future in Scottsdale Filed


hanks to a conscientious Scottsdalebased company and the Cavalliere family who owns Greasewood Flat, a plan in the making for months has now been filed with the city of Scottsdale to make a new home for the venerable watering hole a reality. Due to the passing of family patriarch “Doc” Cavalliere several years ago, heirs faced onerous federal estate taxes for the increasingly valuable land, money family members did not have. It was a situation that would have shuttered the popular Scottsdale spot for locals and tourists. But an agreement between the family and Scottsdale-based Taylor Morrison Homes, which bought the property so the tax obligations could be paid, calls for the existing experience to remain as is for at least one year and likely more until Greasewood is relocated to a more remote location just off 128th Street, several miles south of Dynamite. The property is owned by the Cavalliere family and sits near the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.

“As I have said many times when we started Greasewood Flat, we were out here by ourselves. But development has encroached on our experience causing us to lose some of the truly Western experience. That can’t happen at our other property which lies next to land that will be preserved forever thanks to the generosity of Scottsdale taxpayers,” George Cavalliere said. The application to redevelop the current 42-acre Greasewood Flat site, which has been well received by area home and property owners, was filed Friday, May 23. The project will be built by Taylor Morrison Homes. Company officials have been working closely with family members and will include touches from Greasewood Flat, even naming the project Cavalliere Flats. Applications were also filed Friday by Taylor Morrison on behalf of the family for the bar and restaurant’s new location, balance of its 120-acre property there, as well as for adjoining land owners working with the family and Taylor Morrison Homes to master plan the area with new residential development in accordance

with Scottsdale’s General Plan. Since announcing intentions to relocate in February, project backers have been working closely with many interested parties, and made several changes to early plans. They include abandoning plans to expand 128th Street to the property, beyond what currently exists. This was suggested by McDowell Sonoran Preserve enthusiasts. More than 4,000 people have signed a petition supporting Greasewood Flat. “We think Greasewood Flat in this location and smartly buffered next to the McDowell Sonoran Preserve will be a terrific stop for hikers and equestrians,” Cavalliere said. “We really want to stay in Scottsdale and keep offering something you just can’t find anymore. Doing so on property we already own without any debt makes the transition, financial and otherwise, a lot easier.” Cavalliere also said some have suggested WestWorld as a potential location for a reincarnated Greasewood Flat, and that is something the family would entertain. Project representatives have already met with top Scottsdale officials about the possibilities, although there would be several challenges to locating there due to the property’s unique organization. 

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