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Scottsdale Airpark News

Training for a career in the aesthetics industry

Butterfly Pavilion to Alight in Scottsdale TK’s Urban Tavern Expanding North

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September 2012 contents

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Features 18 | Business Beauties: Training for a career in the aesthetics industry 19 | Cosmetology 24 | Makeup 26 | Fashion Design 63 | Hiring Our Heroes: Veterans job fair 67 | 10 Tips for Summer Job Search Success

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Business Profile 30 | TK’s Urban Tavern Expands North

Views You Can Use 34 | Remember When: Scottsdale’s Postal and Stamp History By Joan Fudala, Scottsdale historian 40 | Investments: Financial Questions for the Retiring Homeowner By Gavin Tolan, Williams Financial Inc. 43 | Talking Tourism: How to Drive Visitors to Scottsdale By Rachel Sacco, Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau 44 | Insurance & Benefits: ‘Defined Contribution’ Insurance By Paul Breslau, Breslau Insurance & Benefits Inc.

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54 | Scottsdale Healthcare News: Piper Cancer Center Stands Up to Cancer

Departments 4 | Editor’s Letter

64 | Community Call

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71 | Business Horoscope

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47 | Dining Destinations

74 | Business Directory

57 | Professional Service Directory

86 | Advertiser Index

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editor’snote 3200 N. Hayden, Suite 210 Scottsdale, Arizona 85251 Phone: (480) 991-9057 • Fax: (480) 348-2109 Website: www.scottsdaleairpark.com

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Editor Kimberly Hundley

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hope I’m not an education snob. I have all the respect in the world for students who have to work their way through school. My dad paid for me to get my master ’s degree, and when I received my diploma in the mail, I forwarded the brown cylinder to him without opening it. “Here’s your receipt,” I scrawled next to the address. I have a good friend who has an inferiority complex about the fact she didn’t go to college. She’s slam-dunked beauty school in record time and makes more money than I do—plus she’s gorgeous, funny and popular. You’d think that would be enough, but every once in a while the insecurities creep out—usually after a glass of wine or three—and she starts moaning about her supposed lack of smarts compared to those of us who braved the ivy-lousy walls of Whatever University. This is a bunch of hooey. But I can’t deny that vocational training doesn’t have the same glittering cache as a traditional college. Parents rarely tell their kids, “Make sure you get good grades because we’ve been saving since your birth for air-conditioning school.” And that attitude is a shame, because so many trade schools offer excellent, tough programs that let students pursue their passions, each of them with more focus and real-word practicality than 1,000 undeclared majors at a frat party. In this installment of our annual education issue, we focus on career training for the aesthetics industry. You may notice that many of the students and even the teachers we interviewed earned traditional university degrees before realizing they would have been better off pursuing their true calling in a trade school.

Kimberly Hundley, editor editor@scottsdaleairpark.com

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CONTRIBUTING Writer Joan Fudala Art Director Veronica Romero

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Ad Design & Production Todd Amundsen todd@scottsdaleairpark.com

Erica Odello

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Senior Ad Sales Executive Ann Boeding ann@scottsdaleairpark.com

Ad sales Director Zac Reynolds

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Senior Account Executive Lou Lagrave lou@scottsdaleairpark.com

Editorial Advisory Board Maryglenn Boals - MgBoals & Associates Beth Brezinski - Underwriter Beth Cochran - Wired Public Relations Steve Cross - Cross Commercial Realty Advisors Pat Dodds - Public Affairs Officer, The City of Scottsdale Rick Kidder - Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce John Meyer - Airport Property Specialist Kevin Newell - Hymson Goldstein & Pantiliat

Published monthly since 1981, Scottsdale Airpark News serves the fastest-growing area in Arizona. Scottsdale Airpark News is delivered to businesses in and around the Greater Airpark Area. ©2012 Scottsdale Airpark News. For calendar and news items, the deadline for submission is the first of the month previous to the month you would like it to run. All submissions are handled on a spaceavailable basis. Unsolicited manuscripts, photographs, or illustrations will not be returned unless accompanied by properly addressed envelope bearing sufficient postage. Scottsdale Airpark News has made every effort to authenticate all claims and guarantees offered by advertisers in this magazine, however, we cannot assume liability for any products or services advertised herein. Copies delivered by First Class mail: $48.00 per year. The tradename Scottsdale Airpark News is registered. Reproduction of material in Scottsdale Airpark News in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.

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Sales at Scottsdale Airpark-based Taser International Inc. were up about 33 percent in the second quarter compared with a year earlier, driven primarily by a large order from a Brazilian customer and a trade-in program for law-enforcement agencies to upgrade to the company’s Taser X2 electronic-control device, reports AZCentral.com.

NSCC Takes to the Air

Tune-in 3-4 p.m. Saturdays to the North Scottsdale Chamber’s Valley-wide radio program “Chamber Business Hour,” a blend of business and politics on Independent Talk 1100 KFNX. For information on how you may be a guest on the “Chamber Business Hour” radio program to promote your business Valleywide, contact the chamber at 480-889-8987.

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Scottsdale Business Showcase Fall Tradeshow

When: 3 p.m.-7p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20 Where: Chaparral Suites Resort Scottsdale, 5001 N. Scottsdale Road Cost: Free and open to the public                                                                   Businesses looking to increase visibility, drive sales, and connect with businesses in Scottsdale should plan to attend. Featuring over 70 booths and more than 1,000 attendees, with great food and drinks, the annual tradeshow is an opportunity to showcase your business one-on-one before Scottsdale’s vibrant business community. Attendees can enjoy free food, entertainment, booth decorating contests, and a fun “Roaring Twenties” theme. Awards will be given for Best Costume, Best Booth Design, and Best Overall Theme. Winners will receive a trophy as well as a $100 gift card to Fogo de Chao. Contact Anna Mineer at 480-355-2708 or amineer@ scottsdalechamber.com.

The Scottsdale City Council voted in August to hire an outside search firm to conduct the city manager recruitment. The search won’t begin until after a new City Council is seated in January. Cox Business and the Scottsdale Unified School District have formally agreed to elevate the Internet experience for the district’s 26,000 students and 3,000 employees. The upgrade increases bandwidth and speed to 1G at each of SUSD’s 33 schools through a Cox Metro Ethernet network so that students and teachers can all use their own “smart devices” in the classroom at the same time. The district has embraced the proliferation of mobile technology and wants students to appropriately use their devices at the direction of teachers for research, to engage in class discussions and to stream educational videos. Scottsdale-based iGo Inc. has received approval from NASDAQ to transfer the listing of its common stock from the NASDAQ Global Market to the NASDAQ Capital Market. The company’s common stock will continue to trade under the symbol IGOI. iGo Inc. offers a full line of accessories for almost every mobile electronic device on the market. continued on page 10


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Grayhawk Development is seeking approval from Scottsdale for a plan to realign its golf course to make room for a resort northwest of Pima Road and Thompson Peak Parkway, according to AZCentral.com. The company doesn’t yet have plans for a specific resort or partner. The Scottsdale Planning Commission will have a hearing this month and in October on the revised plan before the case goes before the City Council in November.

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:: People ::  Victor Coronado has joined UMB Bank as vice president, senior treasury management sales officer, working from the bank’s Scottsdale offices. He is responsible for business development with commercial and institutional clients. Prior to UMB, he was employed with Citigroup for 12 years as a Latin American regional client sales manager. Coronado holds a master’s in business administration from University of Arizona. Colleen McPherson has joined the Scottsdale office of Colliers International in Greater Phoenix as vice president of the company’s national Healthcare Services Group. “Colliers offers a highly specialized national health care services platform and comprehensive client services to meet the needs of health care investors, owners, landlords, tenants and developers,” said McPherson. Prior to joining Colliers, McPherson was a vice president with the Grubb & Ellis Healthcare Properties Group.  Lee Vinciguerra has been named associate director of sales for the Boulders Resort. In her new role she is responsible for overseeing the entire sales team efforts and the mid-Atlantic and southeast regions. Vinciguerra 17 years of experience in hotel/resort sales include jobs at JW Marriott, Desert Ridge Resort and Fairmont Scottsdale Princess. She resides in Scottsdale with her husband, Mark, and their daughter, Ava. continued on page 12


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:: Property Matters ::

Airpark Forum: Airpark Real Estate Update

When: 7:30-9:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 7 Where: Scottsdale Thunderbird Suites, 7515 E. Butherus Drive, Scottsdale Cost: Members: $20 ($25 day of event); Guests: $30 ($35 day of event) Join the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce for a panel discussion about recent additions, changes and rumors about real estate in the Airpark.

Go Daddy’s Bob Parsons was the buyer of the Bashas’-anchored Grayhawk Plaza that recently sold for $36.9 million, according to the Phoenix Business Journal.

Volo Holdings has acquired The Peaks Corporate Park in North Scottsdale. The company’s principals are also owners of the luxury Phoenix property Chateau on Central. Developed in 2008, the Peaks property totals approximately 134,856 square feet. Leasing businesses can take advantage of two-story office buildings with balconies showcasing views of the McDowell Mountains, as well as the rare area amenity of underground parking. “Our ideal tenant is a large company looking to rent the entire property,” said Keith Mishkin, president of Cambridge Properties and representative for Volo Holdings. “The Peaks was designed for those businesses looking to rent large workspaces in a high-end setting.” A Dallas real estate firm paid $38 million for Scottsdale Horizon shopping center in North Scottsdale, according to Cassidy Turley BRE Commercial, which helped broker the deal. The 154,700-squarefoot shopping center is at the southwest corner of Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard and Thompson Peak Parkway. It was built in 1999. Crow Holdings Capital Partners paid cash for the Safeway- and CVS-anchored center. The seller was Hart Realty Advisers. The center was 95 percent leased, and leasing of the property will continue to be handled by Torrey Briegel and Cameron Warren of Phoenix Commercial Advisors in Phoenix, reports Phoenix Business Journal.

Peggy Johnson of NAI Horizon represented the landlord, Metro Cactus, in a 39-month office lease transaction for a 1,304-square-foot property at 8140 E. Cactus Road. Jim Lieberthal with Cutler Commercial represented the tenant, Mied Law Group. The Homestead Community Center at DC Ranch received a summer makeover. About 1,000 square feet of the 7,500-square-foot center in the master-planned community in North Scottsdale is used for Community Council events, to host the Homestead Playhouse youth theater, and for events such as weddings and meetings, reports AZCentral.com.

:: New & On the Move :: Scottsdale Chamber Moves Closer to Airpark

The Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce moves its offices from 4725 N. Scottsdale Road to 7501 E. McCormick Parkway, Suite 202-N, effective Tuesday, Sept. 4. The move stems from the sale of the building that the chamber has been in since 2005 to a new owner who will be refurbishing the multitenant facility into a single-user facility. The new offices are inside the Forever Living Corporate Plaza. The chamber will be open for business at the new location on Sept. 4, the day after Labor Day. Telephone numbers and email addresses are unchanged.

LaserAway, a California-based company offering laser hair removal and other aesthetic treatments, recently opened its first out-of-state location at the Scottsdale Quarter. continued on page 14

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:: New & On the Move continued ::

Mutal of Omaha Meet-up

Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane was among those who stopped by the recent “come meet your new managers” event at Mutual of Omaha Bank, 7139 E. Shea Blvd. “It was a lot of fun and it was great to get the local community and business owners together for some networking,” said Henry Shweiri, community bank manager of the Shea branch. Attendees also included community banking manager Grace Duval, newly appointed state president of Mutual of Omaha Bank Kevin Halloran, and Jana Martin, Shea branch assistant community bank manager.

Airpark-based builder Maracay Homes introduces Smart Move Advantage, a program that allows existing homeowners to take advantage of historically low home purchase prices and interest rates, says the company. Under the program, consumers buy a new Maracay Home now and delay the sale of their existing home until marketplace conditions improve. Bypassing rental market difficulties, Smart Move Advantage manages and coordinates the home rental process for the consumer, guaranteeing the rental of their existing home for up to three years; it also waives the 10 percent property management fee for the first year and provide up to $1,000 in property damages per year for up to three years. Maracay Homes pays the fee for program participation. The Body Lab, a local alternative workout, now offers a Barre class at its newer North Scottsdale location, 20511 N. Hayden Road. The class combines moves from the muscle-carving, cardio-building Megaformer workout with the graceful structure and toning of a barre class. The owners are looking to offer the new class throughout the week; as of press time, class times were 10 a.m. Thursdays and noon Fridays. The trainers who teach Body Lab Barre are certified in the barre method. Info: 480-473-4535.

New Area Business Licenses AAA Cooling Specialists 16413 N 91st St Airpark2007 16035 N 80th St Alkaline 14301 N 87th St Allergy & Environmental Treatment 8952 E Desert Cove Alternative For Women PC 8757 E Bell Rd Arizona Bank & Trust 7555 E Redfield Rd Array Therapeutic 15905 N Greenway-Hayden Loop AZ Commercial Printing 7466 E Monte Cristo Azcan Colorado 10405 E Mcdowell Mountain Ranch Rd Beal Bank 7001 N Scottsdale Rd Blue Square Resolutions 15950 N 76th CCNS Consulting 7580 E Gray Rd Cioe Sr 8350 E Raintree Clip On Jewelry 11410 E Paradise Ln Continental Mobile Communication 14362 N Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd Crescent Moon Yoga 7825 E Evans Rd Cyclologic 9376 E Bahia Daylight Nightlight EZ Flight 15000 N Airport Dr Designer Studio 16459 N Scottsdale Dievole Homes 17775 N 92nd Way Digitell 15551 N Greenway-Hayden Loop Eurofins Eaton Analytical Inc 15953 N Greenway-Hayden Loop Fallon’s Building Solutions 16060 N 81st St Gala’s Everything 7601 E Gray Get It Done Consulting 10229 N 58th Pl Gigi’s Cupcakes 15807 N Frank Lloyd Wright Goldwell 7625 E Redfield Rd Good Guys Remodeling 7845 E Gelding Dr Infinitude Clothing 7702 E Doubletree Ranch Rd Jet Linx Scottsdale 7916 E Beck Ln

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K2H Butherus 8355 E Butherus Dr Lets Crossfit 16099 N 82nd St Lisa Beach Aesthetics 8149 E Evans Rd Lisa Saldin Photography 11475 E Paradise Ln Mc Clark Wayland Builders 15170 N Hayden Rd Media Variance 13845 N Northsight Blvd Medical Technology Resources 7642 E Gray Rd Midfirst Bank 8700 E Northsight Blvd Nordic Care 7845 E Evans Padtest 7345 E Evans PEM Acquisitions 15000 N Airport Dr Perk Artisan Coffee Roastery 7603 N Via De La Siesta Plexus Worldwide Inc 7440 E Karen Pressed Olive 14651 N Northsight Blvd Quantum of Arizona Realtors 7659 E Pinnacle Peak Rd Renegade Tap & Kitchen 9343 E Shea Blvd Ronan & Tagart PLC 8980 E Raintree Dr Slide Works Inc 9150 E Del Camino Dr Spirit Halloween Superstores 7330 E Shea Blvd Sunshine Gluten Free Bakery 7601 E Gray Sweet Surrender Day Spa 10613 N Hayden Rd The Happy Heart Gift Company 16600 N Thompson Peak Pkwy Valley Education And Treatment 7418 E Helm Verifone Inc 8888 E Raintree Dr Wellfront 8406 E Shea Blvd Wright Tax Solutions PLC 14301 N 87th St This is a sampling of business licenses recently filed with the city of Scottsdale (includes licenses filed due to changed business entity or new location, so not all are new businesses). Service addresses are provided.


FirstLight HomeCare recently arrived in the Airpark at 7585 E. Redfield Road, serving communities throughout Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills and surrounding areas. The franchisees are Scottsdale residents Jim and Becky Crews, whose personal experiences with senior family members made them realize the value and need for quality in-home care services. FirstLight HomeCare, a franchised provider of in-home care, offers non-medical, in-home care customized for seniors, new mothers and those recovering from illness, injury or surgery please. More: 877-570-0002; www.firstlightfranchise.com. AAA Arizona’s fifth auto repair facility recently opened in the Scottsdale Airpark, at 15509 N. Hayden Road. AAA’s newest club-owned repair facility features routine maintenance and full-service auto repair for AAA members and non-members; a 24-month, 24,000mile warranty or 12-month, 12,000-mile warranty on parts and labor for members and non-members; discounts for AAA members; and free shuttle service for all patrons. The shop’s hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays. Appointments: 602-308-3080.

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:: Good Works :: Kids’ $5 Caricatures to Benefit Charity

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The Doll House & Toy Store in the Promenade shopping center hosts a unique fundraiser on Sept. 22: “Children’s $5 Caricature Drawings Via Skype.” The event benefits The Purple Society, a local, charitable organization whose mission is to help connect families of childhood cancer patients worldwide with resources, hope and inspiration while raising money to fund private cancer studies. From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., renowned caricature artist and animator Gene Hamm will link to the store in Scottsdale via Skype. With Hamm’s digital drawing tablet and paint program, every child will get five minutes to sit in front of the computer while Hamm jokes and banters back and forth and draws his or her caricature. Children will get to see the cartoon drawing of themselves unfold from beginning to end. The completed black-and-white drawing will be available for pick up at the toy store the next day; cost is $5 per child. Advanced reservations are required. The Doll House & Toy Store is a family-owned store which sells educational items, action figures, dolls and doll houses, dress-up costumes, games, pool and bathtub toys, mazes, trucks and more at 16447 N. Scottsdale Road. Info: 480-948-4630; www.azdollhouse.com.

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Vi at Grayhawk’s resident charitable foundation, the Grayhawk Classic Residence Residents’ Foundation, has awarded $100,000 in scholarships to support the educational efforts for 20 Vi at Grayhawk employees or their dependents for the 2012/2013 academic year. Vi at Grayhawk is a continuing-care retirement community in North Scottsdale that was developed and is owned by Vi and Peoria-based Plaza Companies. More: www.ViLiving.com.

‘Healing Hands for Arthritis’ Set for Sept. 19 Airpark-based Massage Envy has joined forces with the Arthritis Foundation to host Healing Hands for Arthritis, a one-day national event to build awareness and raise funds to fight arthritis. On Sept. 19, the Phoenix Massage Co-Op will donate $10 from every one-hour massage and facial session to the Arthritis Foundation’s Phoenix Chapter. Prices for facials and massages are $49 and $39. You do not have to be a Massage Envy member to make an appointment. Reservations will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Visit www. massageenvy.com to find the nearest location.

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:: Good Works continued :: The Scottsdale Airpark Rotary
Club is actively recruiting new members. “Rotary is the largest
humanitarian organization in the world. However, we are a small club, and so we guarantee that you will not be lost in the crowd here. It’s a great opportunity for you to experience building a club. You will have an important role to play, and your voice will be heard,” states the club website. To learn more, contact Dick Tannenbaum at 480-636-0633, or come to a meeting to learn more (5:30 p.m. Mondays at Paradise Bakery, Shops at Gainey Village,
8777 N. Scottsdale Road).

:: Kudos :: Quiet Honored as ATHENA Award Finalist

Arizona Breast Cancer Specialists in North Scottsdale announces that co-founder Dr. Coral Quiet has been named a finalist for the prestigious Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce ATHENA Award, which honors women who strive toward the highest levels of professional accomplishments, excel in their chosen field and have devoted time and energy to their community. ATHENA nominees are judged on leadership and achievement, community service, and support for the professional development and mentorship of women. Dr. Quiet was named a finalist for her pioneering research in the breast cancer field as well as her co-founding of Arizona Breast Cancer Specialists and Arizona Institute for Breast Health. She and her fellow honorees will be recognized at the 25th annual ATHENA Awards luncheon on Oct. 25 at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa in Phoenix.

Scottsdale is the No. 12 top meetings destinations in the nation, as ranked by Cvent, a web-based software company that offers an online database of meeting venues and event service providers. The company evaluated more than 1,000 cities, ranking them on meeting and event booking activity.

6 ‘Top’ Golf Courses

Six Scottsdale golf courses were named to Golf Magazine’s latest “Top 100 You Can Play” list, recognizing the best public-access courses: Troon North Golf Club (Pinnacle Course) - No. 20; We-Ko-Pa Golf Club (Cholla Course) - No. 37; We-Ko-Pa Golf Club (Saguaro Course) - No. 40; Troon North Golf Club (Monument Course) - No. 52; The Boulders Golf Club (South Course) - No. 93; and Grayhawk Golf Club (Talon Course) - No. 99.

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First Scottsdale Bank, a locally owned, independent bank in the Airpark specializing in business banking, has been ranked among the country’s safest banks by MSN Money. First Scottsdale Bank is the only bank in Arizona to appear on the MSN Money list, having earned a perfect score using a metric called the Texas Ratio. Out of more than 7,300 banks nationwide, only 359 achieved a perfect score. “The Texas Ratio has been used since the ’80s to correctly predict which banks are headed for failure and which banks are furthest away from failure,” said Rich Vogel, First Scottsdale Bank’s chairman and CEO. “Our ability to make lending decisions at the local level helps set us apart.” More: www.firstscottsdale.com.

GlobalMed, a health care delivery systems company headquartered in the Airpark, has for the second consecutive year been named to Inc. magazine’s 2012 list of the nation’s 500 fastest-growing private companies. This year, GlobalMed climbed into the top 100 of fastest growing companies at No. 95 and into the top 10 of health care companies at No. 7. The company also won Modern Healthcare’s new Healthcare’s Hottest award, which recognizes growing U.S. health care companies that had at least $20M in revenue for 2011 and have been in business for five years or more.

:: Tasty Bites :: Abe’s of Scottsdale Deli is coming in September to the Acacia Creek Village shopping center at Scottsdale Road and Gold Dust Avenue. The owner, North Scottsdale resident Larry Abel, is the founder of a Baltimore deli famous since 1963 for its mile-high pastrami sandwich and lox and bagels, reports AZCentral.com.

Papa Murphy’s, a growing national franchise offering take ‘n’ bake pizza, opened a new store on Aug. 13 at 6339 E. Greenway Road, in the Fry’s Food Stores plaza. A new lunch alternative has come to Northsight Village center: Pasta - N - More, serving fine Italian fare 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday, at 14880 N. Northsight Blvd. The eatery features a selection of cold and hot subs, meatball dishes, pasta specials, pizza and salads. Menu picks include the Tuna Salad Platter (tuna and provolone with tomato, onion, marinated mushrooms, artichokes, tortellini, peppers, olives and cucumbers) for $9.95; the Low Carb Grilled Chicken Parmesan with side salad for $7.95; and half an Eggplant Parmesan Sub for $4.25. More: azpasta.com; 480-656-5678.


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Culver’s ButterBurgers to Cross Pima

Look for a new Culver’s restaurant on Sept. 4 at Pima Crossing (northwest corner of Shea Boulevard and Loop 101), in the space that was formerly Rock Bottom Brewery. Mark and Kathy Budde are the franchisees for Culver’s of Scottsdale. The new eatery will employ about 60 team members. (Job seekers may check openings at www.culvers.com/careers.) Signature items include the ButterBurger and fresh frozen custard. The restaurant will feature dine-in seating for 123 guests, patio seating for 52, a drive-thru window and take-out service.  After ordering at the front counter, guests seat themselves and relax while their food is cooked and delivered to their tables. Drive-thru guests will have food prepared to order and delivered to their vehicles. Culver’s is an expanding franchise system with more than 458 independently owned and operated restaurants in 19 states. The concept is based on “small-town, Midwestern values, genuine friendliness and an unwavering commitment to quality and cleanliness.”

After a stint as manager at Tapas Papa Fritas in downtown Scottsdale, John Posteraro has returned to New York’s Best Italian Bistro to again work his magic in the kitchen and front of house. The long-time Airpark eatery, tucked into a side street near the runway, is open for lunch and dinner at 13901 N. 73rd St. More: 480-443-4524.

New Farmers Market Comes to Airpark

A farmers market plans to take root this fall in the Airpark. Beginning Oct. 14, the Scottsdale Road Farmers Market will run 8 a.m. to noon Sundays at the Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center on Sweetwater Boulevard. “We are working hard to get the community involved! We want folks to feel welcome, have fun and be able to know where their food comes from,” says organizer Julia Ireland, who works with husband, Eric, on the crème brulee truck Torched Goodness, a popular fixture at Valley farmers markets. In addition to fresh produce, the market will feature such local items as natural meats, wild-caught fish, jams and jellies, honey, pickled vegetables, pastries and baked goods, breads, sauces, and oils and vinegars. Food trucks will sell a variety of items. For more info on attending or becoming a vendor, contact Ireland at 480-296-1609 or torchedgoodness@gmail.com. Look for the market on Facebook.

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Business B eauties Training for a career in the aesthetics industry

The North Scottsdale landscape is replete with salons, spas and beautiful people determined to stay that way. It should come as no surprise then that the Airpark is also home to several top-notch instructors in the aesthetics industry. For our annual professional education issue, we talk with local experts about training for careers in cosmetology, fashion and makeup.

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Cosmetology

The

Cutting-Edge Culture of Penrose Academy Story by Kimberly Hundley Photography by Ross Mason

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or Jill Kohler, hairdressing is as much about business as beauty. As the grande dame of Penrose Academy, a private cosmetology and skin-therapy school, she’s dedicated to turning out graduates who know more than tints, scissors and facials. Penrose students are prepped to write a business plan, navigate a profit-loss statement, and to exude the level of professional demeanor usually associated with years in the workplace. Kohler and her husband, Burt, opened the academy in 2006 with a goal of reinventing beauty school education by incorporating a strong business curriculum with technical training. “I’m not a hairdresser, and my husband isn’t a hairdresser,” says Kohler. “I am so confident in my technical staff, but I don’t do hair. I teach them how to shake people’s hands.” The Kohlers, who changed the academy’s name from Kohler to Penrose earlier this year, are obviously doing something very right. Enrollment is so high, the school has a waiting list and has embarked on a renovation and expansion project to nearly triple the number of beds in the onsite spa and make room for a new laser pro-

Jill Kohler, co-owner of Penrose Academy, invites students to show off the tools of their trade on the floor of the Student Salon.

gram by year’s end. Then there are the cold, hard statistics that many an MBA program would envy: 91 percent of Penrose graduates report finding jobs, and 90 percent of all students complete the course of study. Compare that completion rate to, say, Arizona State University, where fewer than one-third of students aspiring to a bachelor’s earn their degrees within four years. Kohler’s simple explanation for the impressive stats is “for-profit trade schools have higher standards we have to answer to” in terms of state accredita-

tion and financial aid qualification. But her method for raising the bar, and getting students to rise along with it, grows from a surprisingly organic source. “It’s our culture,” says Kohler.

Celebrated Culture

Last year, Penrose garnered the award for “best school culture” in a national competition sponsored by Modern Salon magazine. Kohler believes the key to the accolade is the two-hour Thursday assemblies attended by the entire student body for the duration of their 50-week education.

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Cosmetology “Salons can be a big mess in the backroom with stylists not treating each other right,” she says. “As I tell my students again and again, women should be holding the ladder for the next woman to climb up it. There is plenty of hair and skin in this world—we can all succeed.” Kohler also eventually adopted a strict punctuality and attendance policy. Doors are locked at 9:01 a.m. Students who are late miss the entire day’s classes and have to make up the hours later. “It sounds crazy, but it gets them to come to school,” says Kohler, pointing to Penroses’s average attendance rate of 98 percent. Most other beauty schools, she says, require students show up only 75 percent of the time. Sometimes guest speakers address the gathering—international luminaries in the fashion world answer questions; a panel of salon owners or returning alumni share insights about the job market. Usually Kohler is the one at the podium,

Penrose Academy 13402 N. Scottsdale Road 480-222-9540 Courses cover methods and products for hair sculpting, styling, color, skin therapy, nail care, makeup application, etc. The Student Salon features 76 hair stations, 12 shampoo stations and a color bar for servicing guests in a realworld setting. An onsite spa is open to the public as well. - The 1,600-hour program for a cosmetology license takes about 11 months to complete. Classes are held three days a week, with program start dates seven times per year (next ones are Oct. 18 and Dec. 11). Cost is $19,500 and includes a professional kit. - The 600-hour program for skin therapy only (aesthetician) takes six months to complete. Classes are three days a week, with four start dates available annually (next one is Oct. 25). Cost is $13,000 and includes a kit. - Graduation ceremonies are every five to eight weeks, as groups of 25 to 29 students finish their rotation through the progressive six-zone program. To inquire about the admissions process, visit penroseacademy.com.

talking about inspiration and personal development. A few weeks ago, she played a country-music tune for the assembly. The singer crooned, “I ain’t as good as I’m gonna get,” and Kohler asked her students to consider the lyric. “It’s not about doing the most perfect hair,” she explains earnestly. “It’s about, ‘Am I becoming a better version of myself, was I kind and tolerant in the process, and did I push myself?’” Each assembly begins with a “celebration” of each other, a public declaration by students who wish to publicly recognize a peer’s outstanding act or kindness. Kara Dawson, 19, graduated last month and says she’s a little wistful about leaving the forum behind. “To be in a room full of women celebrating each other, it was fantastic. And I will probably never get that experience again in school or the workplace.”

Fierce Conversations

When the Kohlers opened their school, they quickly became aware of a business challenge that needed solving—students were complaining about each other and creating a negative environment. Jill Kohler looked into a program called “Fierce Conversations,” which provides tools on how to communicate in a respectful, nonemotional way and work out conflicts. She was so impressed with its value, she became a certified instructor, and now it’s one of the first classes students are required to take. The skills have applications that go beyond the academy setting, says Kohler.

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Practical Appeal

In addition to cultural awareness and professional development, the curriculum includes myriad technical skills, hands-on training and the art of retail sales. It’s a lot to pack into an 11-month program. Penrose Academy was the first in Arizona to adopt a three-day on, four-day off schedule, which boosted interest from prospective students who needed flexibility due to family or work demands, says Kohler. Some find it more convenient to start on Tuesdays, others on Thursdays. Another crucial difference between Penrose and some of its competitors is the application and enrollment process. Would-be students can’t just start anytime, randomly joining a rolling annual program that may be teaching advanced color or introductory styling, or anything in between. There are only seven start dates per year at Penrose, and students move through a progressive curriculum that starts with the basics and builds on them. And Kohler slows the admissions process way down to make sure students are a good match for the program. “Admissions is important,” she says. “I don’t want to come to work here with a bunch of people who don’t want to be here. That brings down everybody, including my 20-plus educators, and I have to retain them to be the best.” Once they get in, enrollees are often surprised at the structured and hectic pace. “There is never a moment where I wonder what I’m supposed to be doing,” says recent graduate 27-year-old Audray


McClelland, who left the marketing world to pursue a career that allows her more creative freedom. While earning her business degree from ASU’s W. P. Carey School, McClelland recalls lots of downtime between classes. “Here you have two half-hour breaks,” she says. “Other than that, you are learning or doing stuff.”

Professional Grooming

McClelland likes the way Penrose encourages students to take the clientele they build at the school with them when they begin their professional careers. Working with such exclusive products as Bumble & bumble, bareMinerals and Dermalogica gives her an edge in the marketplace as well, she adds. As students near graduation, the academy hosts an Industry Day for them to engage in a round of “speed dating” with about 40 salon owners looking for assistants. McClelland says the experience helped her get more comfortable asking questions and expressing her own desires. “This school is pricier than the others. But it’s not just the curriculum you get—you leave here with a kit that is top of the line and you can start cutting hair with,” says McClelland. “I’m glad I didn’t go for a clock-in, clock-out and get your license program. The school that you choose gets you excited about what you do, and when you leave here, you feel you can do anything you want to—runways, magazines, or behind a chair. The sky is the limit.” With graduation only a few days behind her, Dawson already had an interview scheduled for an assistant’s position in a salon, where she intends to refine her skills. When Dawson looks at her sister, who attended college in Washington state for five years and still doesn’t know what to do with her life, she feels fortunate she opted for a vocational school. “I don’t see how you can really go wrong with this career,” she says. “For one, it’s never ending. People will always need their hair cut. Two, it’s 11 months out of your life to get a cosmetology license that you can renew every year, and no one can take that from you. Three, you have a career where if a person is having a bad day, you can change that. Now that I’m doing this, I can’t see myself doing anything else.” Next on Kohler’s list for Penrose is state approval for the new laser program, which she believes is the only missing piece from her undergraduate aesthetics program. Rather than the standard two-week instruction offered by many laser-training programs, Penrose plans to develop a more in-depth approach. “That should make our students’ placement rate even higher,” says Kohler. 

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Covering the Spectrum of Makeup

Artistry

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By Kimberly Hundley

heepishly ducking her head, Gabriele Lee confides she almost didn’t show up for her afternoon classes at the Make-up and Fashion Couture Institute because she was upset about cutting her hip-length hair. Plus, she’d purged three-quarters of her closet the night before and had nothing left to wear. “I didn’t tell you to throw away all of your clothes!” chides Dion Kay, president and founder of MFCI. Lee squeezes the stuffed frog Kay gave her for solace. The 22-year-old’s sleek, sculpted coif spills over her shoulders like mahogany ink. Between her new hairdo, flawless features, and classic jeans-andpullover ensemble, she looks like a cross between Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aston. It’s hard to feel sorry for her, but she has endured a series of reality checks in a very short time. Kay, who shoots straight from the hip, has informed Lee that not only was she dressing like a slutty teenager, but she’s too old to start modeling now, a career that Kay retired from at age 23. “Get a real job! Go to school and you will always stay in the industry—and you don’t have to be on diets and go to gyms,” Kay says to her newest student in a Russian accent that both softens and underscores her message. Lee knows Kay is right, even if change isn’t easy. Last month, Lee completed MFCI’s two-week personal makeup course, and then decided to enroll in the full program for professional certification. Because Kay’s approach to teaching the art of makeup embraces every aspect of fashion, Lee has already altered her hair and wardrobe for a more sophisticated look.

Dion Kay, founder of MFCI

Viva la Difference

Kay’s comprehensive approach is one key differentiator between MFCI and its competition; the other is one-on-one training. “It’s always easier this way. I can discover how they think, feel and learn,” says Kay, whose Airpark office includes a makeup studio and lecture room where students learn theory and get hands-on experience. Kay also personalizes both program and scheduling for each of her clients, who proceed at their own pace and qualify for certification at different times. “We have 100 percent job placement,” she says. “My students are requested before they graduate. The program works. We also teach

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them how to open their own business and compete.” Kay holds degrees in business management and criminal psychology, and developed the MFCI program based on her multifaceted experiences in the aesthetics industry. In Los Angeles she attended 11 different makeup schools and didn’t like any of them, mainly because they missed the big picture, in her opinion, not to mention the fun. So she opened her own school in Scottsdale three years ago. MFCI students are taught the psychology behind fashion, in addition to men and women’s hair and clothing, and the technical aspects of every kind of


makeup—runway, stage, bridal, magazine, airbrushing, you name it. “I don’t just teach makeup,” says Kay. “I teach the whole, entire industry because without it, my students are going to struggle to get jobs. Anyone can learn face, eyes, makeup—go on YouTube, there are free classes—but you have to understand how to dress people up, to put everything together as a package.”

Career Choices

North Scottsdale resident Todd Thomas, 28, had never touched a makeup brush before he came to Kay’s school in May. The Old Town bartender-turned-barber wanted to expand his skills and segue into doing women’s hair. The training, he thought, would help him create hairstyles to better complement his clients’ makeup. “I have a habit of perfectionism, and Dion really opened my eyes that in makeup there is no such thing as perfection,” he says. “You have to get in there and do what feels right. Understanding that has helped me in

my life overall.” Thomas’ curriculum included a trip to the mall to look at styles, colors, clothing and shoes and a discussion about where the trends are going. To establish his brush skills, Dion would make up one side of model’s face and required Thomas to mimic it on the other side—using his non-dominant hand. Once he conquered that, she told him, he’d be unstoppable. In August, Thomas earned his certification after attending classes four days a week for four hours daily, and is starting cosmetology training at the prestigious Toni & Guy Academy this fall. He says his career goals have changed dramatically. “I am 100 percent now going toward women’s hair. One day, I want to be known for hair or makeup or both.” According to Kay, there are plenty of jobs out there now for makeup artists in Arizona. Makeup studios have sprung up throughout Scottsdale, salons are hiring, residents want personal stylists, and today’s

Make-up and Fashion Couture Institute 7464 E. Tierra Buena Lane Students work one-on-one with founder Dion Kay and other instructors learning all aspects of professional makeup including hair-styling techniques. Programs are tailored to students’ schedules and needs, and hours vary; many complete the course of study in a few months and are officially certified and accredited as professional makeup artists. Tuition is $10,600, though a few scholarships are now available, reducing the fee to $7,600. Info: 602-299-5585; mfcinsitute.com; mfcinstitute@gmail.com brides expect airbrushing. Plus, there is the jet-setter scene of fashion shows and movie sets. “If all you want to do is work behind a makeup counter, then you don’t need me,” says Kay. “But if you’re somebody who wants to travel the world and work in salons and learn fashion and this and that, then come to me.” 

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In the whimsical pink studio behind her North Scottsdale home, Angela Johnson adjusts the bodice of her signature T-shirt ball gown.

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Designer

Dreams

& Realities By Kimberly Hundley Photography by Mark Susan

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spiring fashion designers often walk out of a small-business consultation with Angela Johnson realizing their dreams need some serious alterations. “I call it bubble bursting,” says Johnson, an award-winning clothing designer and fashion instructor who also acts as a consultant for those seeking industry guidance. She takes clients through the obstacles and intricacies of producing their own lines—details she knows from first-hand experience. “You have to have a lot of money or education,” she says.

Valley-based designers face the challenges of launching and sustaining a clothing design business in a city without much of a fashion industry. Phoenix has no garment district and only limited design opportunities. As a designer working from her home off East Shea Boulevard, Johnson is one of the few locals to find success in her own backyard, and even she has to teach classes to keep revenue flowing. Her clothing line, sold online and in select boutiques, features quirky couture made from recycled T-shirts. “Teaching fashion is my other outlet,” says Johnson, an adjunct professor at Collins College and Mesa Community College. “I really enjoy teaching people about the industry. I wish somebody would have come to me when I was in high school—I would have gone straight to fashion school.” Johnson now leads classes in fashion illustration, sewing, clothing construction, textiles and public relations, as well as fashion design and how to put a line together. The majority of her students intend to pursue a career in the fashion industry, she says. Those who stay in the Valley tend to

apply their education to jobs in merchandising, while a few move to New York City or Los Angeles to assist designers.

Fashion Tale

After attending Northern Arizona University, where she did a lot of snowboarding, Johnson realized she had a passion for design. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles, and almost instantly landed an entry-level “sweatshop” job with X-girl Clothing, owned by Mike Diamond of The Beastie Boys, her favorite band. Johnson worked her way up from cutter to production manager, making connections and learning the ropes before deciding to launch her own line, inspired by boardsports fashions. The effort involved a lot of shoe leather—Johnson handled design, production and sales, physically hauling fabrics to cutters and sweet talking contacts into working on smaller projects that they ordinarily would not bother with. Most important, she had a soap-actress friend and investor who paid for everything. Then just as the line was growing internationally and on the cusp of sub-

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Angela Johnson Designs North Scottsdale Angela creates one-of-a-kind pieces from “thrifted” and scavenged T-shirts. Colors and even specific T-shirt themes may be requested. Signature items include her party dresses ($400), T-shirt corset ($190), and Knee-length Circle Skirt ($70). Customers may request colors and even T-shirt themes when ordering. Each piece is made by hand and custom fit. Order online or call for appointment: angela@angelajohnsondesigns.com; 602-481-1032 stantial profits, life intervened. Johnson’s grandmother died, and she moved back to Arizona to take care of her grandfather. Because of the lack of local resources in Arizona, continuing the clothing line wasn’t an option. “I had to figure out something else to do,” Johnson says. While shopping the vintage stores for inspiration, she came up with the idea of using readily available material—graphic tees. Johnson designed a new line trans-

and get established and make contacts.” Because there are so few design jobs in the Valley, those determined to make it as designers have little choice other than heading to a big city—unless they start their own business. “And then you are limited because you can’t mass produce,” says Johnson. It’s that inability to mass produce that holds Johnson back from growing her own popular line. Because each T-shirt logo is carefully placed by hand, the dresses can’t be made by machine. “There is only so much of me, so I’m kind of at the max of how many orders I can do,” she says, adding that just a few more sales per week would be a perfect balance. Johnson knows she could probably be one of those brand-name designers if she were willing to relocate. But she’s doing the kid thing these days, and life is good. “I really love Scottsdale. It’s so family friendly, and my husband loves it here now too,” she says. “I love working for myself, and I love that my studio is in my backyard.” 

forming recycled shirts into one-of-a-kind creations including ball gowns. “I completely reconstruct them in different silhouettes,” she says. Johnson also began teaching fashion classes. The Valley may not have much in the way of an industry, but ironically there is a lot of training here, says Johnson, singling out Mesa Community College for its million-dollar program and state-of-the art machinery. Even with talent and education, however, launching a clothing line is expensive. Just getting a sample line ready to show to prospective buyers costs thousands—checks must go out for pattern makers, sewers, models, fittings and reps. If you’re fortunate enough to get orders, the production bill can climb to $100,000. Part of Johnson’s curriculum involves communicating the financial realities of the business. “For me, the rewarding part of teaching is to explain that to students before they go out and spend their money and go out of business,” she says. “Instead, they may want to find an investor or go to L.A.

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Make It a Double T

Local urban tavern expands north

By Kimberly Hundley

K’s Urban Tavern at Scottsdale Quarter is expanding its culinary concept northward to Hayden Peak Crossing, the shopping center anchored by Fry’s just north of the 101 at Hayden Road. The upscale yet affordable eatery known for contemporary American fare expects to start serving between Sept. 20 and Sept. 30 in the building recently vacated by O’Donoghue’s Irish pub. As of press time, partners Tom Kelly, Brian Pierce and chef Patrick Fegan hadn’t settled on a name for their newest venture, but it will probably be along the lines of “Tavern Americana,” according to Kelly. The only reason Kelly’s initials preface the moniker of the Scottsdale Quarter spot, he adds, is because somebody beat them to the trademark “Urban Tavern.” Now, a year a half later, everybody calls the place TK’s, and suffice to say no partner’s initials will likely be in the mix for the new project, which started simmering about five months ago when the trio heard rumblings about O’Donaghue’s pending closure. They decided to feel out the possibilities of developing a second location in partnership with the owners of the building, which leases from the Pederson Group.

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“We struck up a conversation,” Pierce says. “What would be great for the Grayhawk community, what would be great for the Crossing, for Pederson as the landlord, and for us as a group?” Though some of the restaurants would falter by summer’s end, diners had a feast of choices at the crossroads of Hayden and Thompson Peak Parkway—locally owned Japanese, Mexican, Italian and Cajun spots in addition to burgers, frozen yogurt, pizza and chain-food options. The parties came to a mutual decision, says Pierce. “It’s going to be an American tavern with a variation of [TK’s] menu … rather than one specific genre of food.” Dishes will likely include patron favorites such as chipotle shrimp with bacon and creamed leeks; jalapeno-spiked pepperoni pizza; and braised short-rib over house-made ribbons of pasta. Plans also call for a wine lounge and cellar, a prominent wood-fired pizza oven, and what Pierce resolves will be “one of the best craft-beer selections in Arizona.” Wi-Fi, of course, will be on the menu again too, as one would expect of an energized modern hotspot. Fegan (an alum of Olive & Ivy, and Fiamma Trattoria) says the creative challenge of crafting a new menu is exciting—even if the timeline leaves something to be desired. Finalizing the deal had taken months, but once the partners


got the green light, they jumped on the fast track, nailing down the lease, the demo permit and submission of final plans to the city in only a few weeks. “I’m sleeping about four hours a day,” says Fegan, dismissing the dark smudges under his eyes with a “par for the course” shrug.

Urban Beginnings

When TK’s alighted at the Scottsdale Quarter back in January 2011, it didn’t take long for area residents and visitors to take notice of the homegrown tavern. “We got busy pretty quick,” Pierce says. “I think every Friday and Saturday until this summer, we’ve been running a 45-minute to one-hour wait for dinner.“ Not every food-and-drink purveyor in the mixed-use center has been as fortunate since the Quarter’s debut in 2009. Parc Central, which aspired to dazzle patrons with its modern take on a New York City steakhouse, failed to gain a following. The gourmet market Oakville Grocery packed up and moved to downtown Phoenix. And clubby nosh-and-quaff spot Primebar faded away as well. But Pierce isn’t surprised TK’s found its audience. The idea for an urban tavern sprang from the partners’ own longing for a sophisticated and accessible place to enjoy

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Jaspers Peak Bistro closed in August; zpizza, which still has two Valley locations, closed its Hayden Peak Crossing locale around July; Blu Burger Grille left the center earlier this year but has two other restaurants in North Scottsdale; O’Donoghue’s Restaurant shuttered in June.

exceptional good food, wine and beer for a good price. “I get really frustrated because we don’t have one of these by my house,” says Pierce, gesturing to TK’s dining room, which lies seven miles from his front yard. Ironically, getting TK’s into the Scottsdale Quarter was a bit of a tough sell. Back in 2010, Kelly and Pierce were

Delicately layered smoked-salmon bruschetta is among the $4.95 starters offered during summer happy hour at TK’s Urban Tavern, 3 p.m.-7 p.m. daily. Info: 480-664-0873.

talking about opening a tavern after they’d left the world of luxury hotels, but they couldn’t find the right venue. A broker told them a tenant had backed out of a restaurant space at the new Scottsdale Quarter, and the duo headed over to take a look. “We figured Apple, West Elm and Sam Fox [True Food] must know something about location,” laughs Pierce, referring to some of the Quarter’s earliest, well-known tenants. The lease wasn’t a gimme, though. Glimcher Realty Trust, which manages and owns interest in the property, was looking for more recognizable, national chains, says Pierce. Eventually the partners convinced Glimcher their tavern concept would have the same wide appeal as Zinc Bistro, a local restaurant doing brisk business across the street at Kierland Commons. Pierce brought in Fagan, who he knew from the Phoenician Resort, and the three co-owners moved forward to shape a contemporary hangout in the style of New York City’s Gramercy Tavern. As more office tenants have flocked to the Scottsdale Quarter, lunch business has swelled, particularly when lodging giant Starwood brought its corporate headquarters and 250 employees to the center last year, says Pierce. He expects that sometime in 2015 TK’s will hit the mark for being as busy as possible for an 80-seat restaurant. In the meantime, the partners predict their “Tavern Americana” in Grayhawk will find favor with a variety of prospective patrons—neighborhood lunch seekers, moms grabbing a bite after tennis matches, softball teams from the fields across the street, happy hour enthusiasts and foodies galore.  September 2012 Scottsdale Airpark News |

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Rancho Solano Prep Welcomes Students to Scottsdale Campus

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fter three years of planning, Rancho Solano preparatory high school opened its 82,000-square-foot Ventura Campus in August with 270 students, 30 classrooms and class sizes limited to 20 students. Located at 9180 E. Via De Ventura, the campus serves middle and high school students from metro Phoenix as well as from around the world. The new campus comes 58 years after the school’s founding by pioneering educator Tedii Bayer-Freesmeyer, and showcases striking views of surrounding vistas in an academic setting. “This is a pivotal point in Rancho Solano’s history,” says Jim Carruthers, president of Rancho Solano. “With the launch of this extraordinary facility, we will improve our delivery and dedication to delivering the finest education to our local students as well as our Smiling is Caroline Armknecht, Dalia Khaled, boarding students. The Kyle Rubin. Ventura Campus was designed for students to experience a competitive, world-class education and prepare them to be successful in an increasingly competitive, global marketplace.” Carruthers adds that it’s fitting the school landed its facility within the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, bringing another level of cultural diversity to Rancho Solano; scholarships will be available to children of the community.

In addition to outstanding academic honors courses, Rancho Solano is the only private school in greater Phoenix to offer the accredited International Baccalaureate Programme (IB), which is recognized worldwide for its academic rigor. As a member of the Meritas International Family of Schools, other academic differentiators include the Meritas Academic Plan and Touchpoints, a program where students partner with peers around the globe and use video conferencing to resolve global dilemmas with those in other Meritas schools. The creation of a 25,000-square-foot student center/gymnasium is planned. Rancho Solano’s present 82,000 square-foot Ventura Campus was constructed by Hardison Downey, general contractors; and Ayers Saint Gross, architects. The school has four campuses: Phoenix – Greenway (Phoenix); Gilbert; Hillcrest (Peoria); and Ventura (Scottsdale).  Known since its founding for an excellent accelerated curriculum for preschool through middle school, it opened its first preparatory high school at the Union Hills Campus in Glendale in 2008, to great demand.  Four years later, more than $800,000 in scholarships was awarded to 18 students of the first graduating class of 2012 of Rancho Solano Preparatory High School, evidence of the success of the school’s critical College Advisory program. For a tour of the new Rancho Solano Middle and Preparatory High School at the Ventura Campus, contact Steve Blanchard, director of enrollment, at 480-646-8201. 

Four Core Disciplines

The Rancho Solano preparatory high school has four honors schools and classrooms with glass doors that open into collaborative spaces designed for each educational core. The four core honors disciplines include Entrepreneurship, Math/Science/Technology, Humanities and Performing Arts. The Entrepreneurship program puts students into real-world situations to encourage first-hand experience in the marketplace. Its collaborative area includes a digital stock ticker that lines an upper wall. The Science sector can expand to host a science fair in the collaborative area, the Humanities section offers boardroom-like settings, and the Fine Arts core has movable stages.

James Carruthers, president of Rancho Solano, congratulates Nicole Suren (grade 10) and Shannon Gurley (grade 9) on winning full-tution, one-year scholarships worth $17,600 each. The girls earned the highest scores of 25 competitors from the Via de Ventura campus.

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Today, Bischoff’s Shades of the West stands on the site of the first official post office in Scottsdale, established in 1897 on the southwest corner of what is now Brown Avenue and Main Street.

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“You’ve got mail!”

The AOL email phrase made popular in the 1998 Tom Hanks/Meg Ryan movie seems quaint in these days of tweets, Skype, texting and other forms of instant messaging. Can anyone remember when the only way to affordably communicate—especially long distance—was via the U.S. Post Office? A few decades back and more, we seemed to be OK with waiting a good week to send a reply to correspondence received; now just about everyone expects an immediate answer to their electronic messages. It may be branded today as “snail mail,” but sending a physical letter or package via the post was—and is—a method that serves us well and faithfully. So what is Scottsdale’s history of post offices, commemorative stamps and all things postal?


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As a bit of background, the United States first issued postage stamps in 1847.  During Arizona’s early territorial days of the 1860s, courageous riders of the Pony Express overland mail delivery service brought our ancestors their infrequent but welcome mail from “back East.”  In 1897—less than 10 years after Winfield and Helen Scott homesteaded what we now know as Scottsdale—J. L. Davis opened a general store at Brown and Main. It was not only the settlement’s first retail operation, but also the first official post office in Scottsdale. Davis was the settlement’s first postmaster. About six years later, Davis sold the store to Mrs. Sarah Coldwell Thomas, who became Scottsdale’s first postmistress.  During the early 1920s, Scottsdale’s post office operated from a store on the north side of Johnny Rose’s Pool Hall, on the east side of Brown Avenue (now the site of Mexican Imports).  In 1928, Scottsdale merited a new, freestanding U.S. Post Office, located on Brown Avenue, north of Main Street. Mr. Conrad was the postmaster; Mr. Lutes was the rural mail carrier. The site later became Porter’s Western Store.  Immediately following World War II, merchant Earl Shipp built a new post office and appliance store on Scottsdale Road.  Scottsdale Post Office moved into a new building on the north side of West First Street in 1954-1955.  In 1955, the Hashknife Pony Express had its first annual reenactment ride, delivering mail from Holbrook, Ariz., to the Scottsdale Post Office in 1958; the ride continued annually and is next scheduled for Jan. 30–Feb. 1, 2013, to coincide with Parada Del Sol in Scottsdale, as usual.  The Scottsdale Post Office moved from First Street to a new facility on Fourth Street in January 1959.  Scottsdale opened its first permanent branch post office, Papago Station, on McDowell Road at 74th Street in 1962.  In 1963, the U.S. Post Office introduced the ZIP (Zoning Improvement Plan) Code system; four-digit extensions to ZIP codes were introduced in 1983.  After several years of controversy about the site (traffic congestion concerns), a new U.S. Post Office opened at the northeast corner of Osborn Road and Brown Avenue in 1965. O.C. Wilson was the postmaster.  When Federal Express was founded in 1971, businesses could affordably send documents throughout the country overnight. Email was also “invented” circa 1971 and came into popularity in the 1980s. The U.S. Postal System also adopted overnight mail capabilities and

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Sen. Barry Goldwater (center), his wife Peggy (left) and Scottsdale Postmaster O.C. Wilson in the Osborn Post Office.

began using the Internet and email in the 1990s and 2000s.  The Hopi branch post office opened in 1976 near Via de Ventura and Pima Road, serving McCormick Ranch.

 In the mid-1970s, the Pinnacle Peak General Store offered U.S. mail services for the sparsely populated county area north of Scottsdale’s thenmunicipal boundary. The General Store—just like days of yore, and like Scottsdale’s first 1897-era P.O.—became an area gathering spot for mail, breakfast, groceries, gasoline and gossip.  The U.S. Post Office opened on Evans Drive in the Scottsdale Airpark in 1989, serving the growing number of businesses opening in and around the Airpark.  In 2000, the Kachina branch of the U.S. Postal Service opened on Williams Drive just south of Rawhide, serving the northernmost part of the city.  Sculptor Herb Mignery’s Hashknife Pony Express work of public art was dedicated on Feb. 1, 2008. The sculpture was welcomed by members of the Hashknife Pony Express on horseback to its canal-side location in downtown Scottsdale.  The main Scottsdale Post Office moved from its Osborn Road location to a refurbished furniture store on the northwest corner of McDowell and Scottsdale roads in 2008.

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The U.S. Post Office opened on Evans Drive in the Scottsdale Airpark in 1989.

Desert was celebrated in a 1999issued sheet of 33-cent stamps. Scottsdale’s famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright was honored in 1966 with a 2-cent stamp. Olympic runner and Scottsdale area resident Jesse Owens was honored in 1990 with a 25-cent stamp, and baseball great/Boston Red Sox player Ted Williams (here for two spring training seasons) was among the Major League Baseball players honored with stamps a few years ago. Robert Indiana’s “Love” sculpture graced a stamp that was quite popular for sending love letters and

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valentines. To see a list and photos of stamps with Arizona ties, go to www.postalhistoryfoundation.org (click on the 22-page Arizona Stamp Album). Scottsdale’s postal history goes beyond mail, stamps, packages and mailboxes; it’s all about the loyal, dedicated and professional postal employees who have served us over the years and continue to do so today. In addition to their day-in and day-out customer service, postal workers join together every spring for a city-wide food drive, which helps residents in need. Sure, I’m doing most of my correspondence by email these days, but I still send greeting cards, thank you notes and other personal expressions via the postal system. And, how can I not support that endearing young man in the television commercials who tells us, “If it fits, it ships”? See you at the post office! 

Sculptor Herb Mignery’s Hashknife Pony Express work of public art was dedicated in 2008.

Joan Fudala is a Scottsdale-based community historian and author. Contact: jfudala@cox.net.

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ising room rates, growing bed-tax collections and new destination amenities have helped lift Scottsdale’s tourism industry thus far in 2012. These positive advancements along with numerous other private and public investments are energizing our community. To help us gain additional market share, the Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau has many exciting programs launching this year. And we’re confident in the investments By Rachel Sacco, Scottsdale Convention we’re making because of our detailed research and strategic planning. Here & Visitors Bureau are just a few ways we’re working to drive new visitors and meetings groups to Scottsdale.  We are touting Scottsdale as “The World’s Finest Golf Destination” to avid golfers by partnering with local PGA Tour Pro and Golf Channel Analyst Brandel Chamblee, who is serving as the face of Scottsdale golf. As part of this campaign, the bureau launched ilovescottsdalegolf.com, as well as print and broadcast ads featuring Brandel’s tongue-in-cheek “rules” for playing Scottsdale golf.  Based on targeted research, the bureau is marketing Scottsdale to 100,000 U.S. customers who are most likely to vacation here during the holidays, when our hotels and resorts have rooms to fill. The multi-year campaign will help us compete against other warm-weather markets during this need period.  We’re increasing our marketing, public relations and sales efforts in Scottsdale’s top domestic and international markets— New York and Canada, respectively—to broaden our exposure in each market and drive incremental business.  We’re enhancing our website technology to make interacting with ExperienceScottsdale.com easier across multiple screen sizes and devices—whether visitors are on their desktop computer, a smartphone or a tablet device.  Once a meeting planner has experienced the destination first-hand, we know they are more likely to book their next program in Scottsdale. Therefore, the bureau is continuing its “Site See & Fly Free on Us” program to encourage planners to visit Scottsdale to see why the area is one of the top U.S. meetings destinations. In the past year, this program has helped generate nearly 12,000 additional room nights for Scottsdale-area hotels and resorts. As a destination, it’s important that we never rest on our laurels. As a bureau, we have the same philosophy and are excited to launch these new programs that will help Scottsdale remain competitive.  Rachel Sacco is the president and CEO of the Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau, which is responsible for marketing the Scottsdale area as a premier travel and meetings destination to national and international leisure visitors, travel agents, tour operators and meeting planners.

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Are you paying too much in property taxes? Did you know that many cities and counties make an effort to lower property tax rates for homeowners older than 65? Call or visit the office of the assessor or recorder where you live. Ask about this, and see if you qualify. Even if you don’t, by doing some online research (or gently asking a neighbor or two) you might discern that your property tax rate is too high. You can officially appeal it on your own or with the assistance of a real estate professional. What needs to be done to your residence? Wouldn’t it be nice to have a home with a yard requiring less upkeep as you age? How about a home you can safely get around in? Landscaping changes and the installation of certain senior safety

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features can be well worth the expense. It is wise to arrange home improvements while you are still salaried. Should you sell your home? Some retirees are moving out of big homes into smaller quarters, yes, even in today’s market. Is that really worth doing? While the answer will vary per homeowner, some real estate analysts and financial industry professionals believe downsizing in this market may be worth it for many retirees. While home equity has diminished since 2006, they contend it could take several more years for home values to return to anywhere near those levels—economic conditions in this decade may not create the kind of “sweet spot” the market benefited from in the 2000s. If you wouldn’t buy your home today because of financial, neighborhood or family factors, that is a signal that you might want to consider downsizing. Should you get a reverse mortgage? While the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released a dismissive report on reverse mortgages this summer, these financial instruments may come in handy for many retirees in the coming years. You may be familiar with the arguments against them: their mechanics are too complex to readily understand, one spouse may not absorb all the details as well as the other spouse, people are increasingly taking them out at younger ages and sometimes using the funds for investment purposes. All that said, less than 3 percent of eligible homeowners arrange them. The size of a reverse mortgage relates to three factors: the value of the home, the age of the borrower and the interest rate on the loan. HUD-insured reverse mortgages are available to homeowners older than 62 who have either paid off their primary residence or can easily do so via the loan. An income stream can result from reverse mortgages (for as long as the borrower remains in the home, of course). A lump sum or a HELOC is also possible. You may want to examine the option as you retire.  Gavin Tolan is a financial consultant with Williams Financial Group in Scottsdale.  He has served individual investors throughout the Valley for the past 18 years with investment recommendations, account management and retirement planning. To set a meeting to review your investment portfolio, email gtolan@williams-financial.com or call 480-212-1100.

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ow you can get the Queen Creek Olive Mill’s famous, locally made extra virgin olive oil and gourmet food products in North Scottsdale. Queen Creek Olive Mill recently opened its first retail store and tasting room, Oils & Olives by the Queen Creek Olive Mill, at Kierland Commons. Pick up the famous selection of Extra Virgin Olive Oils (EVOO), stuffed olives, tapenades, organic bath and body items, homemade pasta sauces, fine wines and other local and imported treasures at 7122 E. Greenway Parkway, Suite 120. Queen Creek Olive Mill is Arizona’s only producer of EVOO, and Oils and Olives carries all of the favorites, including the widely popular bacon-flavored olive oil and other infused EVOOs used for baking—varieties such as chocolate, vanilla bean, Meyer lemon, Mexican lime, and blood orange. They also have savory

3. During this weekend, EVOO lovers and foodies alike will receive a voucher for two “Olive Oil 101” tour tickets at the Olive Mill with every purchase. There will also be an opportunity to win lunch for four at the Olive Mill’s onsite trattoria including a tour and a bottle of their private label sparkling wine. Oils & Olives is a familyowned and operated business. Sydney Rea, Perry’s oldest daughter, is the store’s manager. “I have grown up with the Olive Mill, and I am excited to take this to the next level,” she said. “My father has done such a wonderful job creating a local favorite destination and I am proud to be the first to bring the ‘fruits of his labor’ to Scottsdale.” Regarded as one of Arizona’s premier

“agri-tour” destinations, Queen Creek Olive Mill offers something for everyone. Learn about sustainable farming, olive tree varieties, harvesting, the milling process and the health benefits of olive oil. Enjoy live entertainment on the weekends at the Olive Mill, as well as wine tastings, EVOO and other gourmet olive product samplings, tastings by local product vendors, the Olive Oil 101 class, and more. Oils & Olives store hours at Kierland Commons are 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and noon-6 p.m. Sunday.  More: QueenCreekOliveMill.com; Facebook.com/OilsandOlives; 480-361-9860.

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oils perfect for drizzling or sautéing, such as roasted garlic, chili and white truffle, each handcrafted by master blender and owner of the Olive Mill, Perry Rea. Coming up, Oils & Olives will be hosting a Grand Opening event Saturday, Sept. 1, through Monday, Sep.

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ove over Twin Peaks, Tilted Kilt and Hooters because a new player in the themed restaurant scene hit the Scottsdale Airpark in August. Barista Café is a new "bikini" coffee shop and restaurant at 17025 N. Scottsdale Road serving breakfast and lunch options daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Offering fresh and healthy meal options, this health-conscious café will be the only coffee shop and restaurant of its kind in Scottsdale, featuring an all-female staff in a uniform consisting of short shorts and sports-bra type tops. The breakfast menu, available until 10:30 a.m., features coffee, breakfast sandwiches, wraps, oatmeal, pastries and more. Then until close, a full-service menu is served, including sandwiches, salads, wraps, soups and smoothies. There will be no fried food served at Barista Café, as the eatery wants to serve their customers healthful, nutritious meals. "Our goal is to differentiate ourselves from other breastaurant-style restaurants in that the entire dining experienceincluding travel time—is guaranteed to take 30 minutes or less," said owner Nicci Graziano. "That way, people who work during the day will be able to enjoy a meal, coffee or snack at Barista Café in the limited time that they have available for lunch." Barista Café will also offer free Wi-Fi for patrons who want to browse the web during their visit.  More: baristacafeaz.com.


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Sanctuary Promises ‘10 Best Hours’ Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain is now offering 10 perfect hours to celebrate 10 happy years in business. The acclaimed boutique resort and spa has devised the ultimate all-day experience for travelers and locals, with a 10 percent discount in honor of its decennial. The “10 Best Hours of Your Life” offer is $390 per person with tax and gratuity, available through Dec. 30, and includes: • Hour 1: Kick-start the day with a fitness class, such as Sunrise Yoga, Water Fitness, Zumba or Cardio Boot Camp. • Hour 2: Soothe muscles and decompress in the Sanctuary Spa’s stunning 12,000 square-foot facility, including a steam room and whirlpool. • Hours 3-4: After a snack and tea in the peaceful Sanctuary Spa Lounge, rejuvenate with a 90-minute treatment, such as Watsu, Hot Stone Massage, or a Rosemary Citron Scrub (among a host of other choices). • Hour 5-7: Lounge by Arizona’s most magnificent infinity-edge pool while enjoying a Bento box lunch, courtesy of Elements Restaurant. Soak in the sun and sweeping views of Paradise Valley and Camelback Mountain. • Hour 8: Prep for the evening with a pampering shampoo and styling in the Sanctuary Salon. • Hours 9-10: Indulge in a threecourse dinner at Elements, the brainchild of Food Network Star, Executive Chef Beau MacMillan. To book the “10 Best Hours of Your Life” at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain, call 480-948-2100. Hotel information and reservations can be made at www.sanctuaryaz.com. Sanctuary is a boutique property on Camelback Mountain in Paradise Valley. Under the direction of Westroc Hospitality, Sanctuary enjoys international acclaim for its contemporary design, and award-winning elements restaurant and Sanctuary Spa. Sanctuary was recognized in 2006 as the “top resort” in the United States by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler.

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our Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North is teaming up with Grand Champion Pitmaster Harry Soo of Slap Yo’ Daddy BBQ to offer the Southwest BBQ Academy: MBA (Masters in BBQ Arts) Oct. 18-21. Presented by Tempe-based BBQ Island, the event is a chance for attendees to rub shoulders with the best in the business, while mastering basic techniques of grilled meats, savory sauces and barbecue techniques. “We are thrilled to partner together with barbecue great Harry Soo,” says Director of Food & Beverage Bryan Feigenbaum. “Grilling and barbecue is a way of life in our home in the Southwest. Soo’s mastery behind the grill, and knowledge of techniques and tricks, will help any aspiring barbecue enthusiast hone their skills.” Soo is a Grand Champion barbecue pitmaster who left Malaysia in the early 1980s to attend Texas Tech University, where he fell in love with Texas brisket. His barbecue team, Slap Yo’ Daddy BBQ, was featured

on TLC’s “BBQ Pitmasters.” To date, he has won 27 Grand Championship barbecue awards, and trained more than 500 students across the country, Canada, Hawaii and England. The session will begin on Thursday, Oct. 18, with a welcome reception featuring Soo and Executive Chef Mel Mecinas from Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale. The following day, participants will learn the basics of the grill and how to prepare up to 10 different dishes and sides, with equipment provided on site by BBQ Island. On Saturday, the lesson continues with hands-on practice with sauces, regional dishes, and “low-and-slow” barbecue items and sides. Sunday concludes the weekend with a graduation ceremony and brunch, catered by the culinary team at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale. The Southwest BBQ Academy weekend

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The Ironing Lady Relocates to New Airpark Quarters

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he Ironing Lady, the only company in Arizona offering a professional hand-ironing service and luxury bed linen care, has recently moved to a new location in the Scottsdale Airpark, at 7900 E. Greenway Road, just east of the Scottsdale Quarter. Brokered by Cutler Commercial, the new space provides a more cost-effective solution with low ceilings and dual-zone air cooling for the hand-ironing service, which is carried out on premises, and can handle up to six ironing workstations simultaneously. “The Scottsdale Airpark is the perfect location for our business, as it is the ideal hub central to our busiest pickup and delivery routes throughout Scottsdale and Paradise Valley”, says Brian Serino, vice president. The Ironing Lady has been operating out of the Airpark since 2004, formerly on Evans Road. “We believe we have found our ideal premises in our new location,” says Karen Serino, president and founder of The Ironing Lady. “We have learned to avoid the high ceilings found in many of the warehouses because of how costly it can be to keep cool whilst ironing during the summer months, and also to avoid the dust and dirt that accumulates, which is completely unacceptable in our line of business.” Established in 2004, The Ironing Lady offers pick-up and delivery for its European hand-ironing service. All the ironing is done by hand from start to finish, says Karen. The bed linen service includes both the gentle laundering of fine bed linens as well as hand ironing.

Ironing is charged by weight at $7 per pound for all standard clothes, bedding and table linens. Certain items may be charged extra such as ruffles, trims and embellishments. The price includes pick-up and delivery, and covers Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek, Carefree, and Central Phoenix. The Ironing Lady has more than 1,000 private customers, including high-end linen stores and interior designers. Karen relocated to Arizona from England in 2003. Much to her surprise, she found the ironing services that she was used to back in England—and that are quite popular on the East Coast—were nowhere to be found in the Valley. It didn’t take long for her to realize how popular such a convenient service would be in her new home, and The Ironing Lady was born. “Ironing is not for everyone. It takes a lot of elbow grease and a keen eye for perfection, as well as a considerable amount of time,” she says.  More: www.handironing.com; 480-314-4766.


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by Scottsdale Leadership Alumni

’m too busy. Candidates all seem the same. My vote won’t matter. Are these excuses you use to skip exercising your constitutional right to vote? Did you know Arizona ranks in the bottom 10 states for voter turnout? Part of being a good community steward means your voice needs to be heard! Scottsdale Leadership’s nine-month core program is dedicated to informing, inspiring and empowering leaders to strengthen the interests of the community, and exercising your right to vote is part of that. Scottsdale’s last primary election was held in 2008, and the latest statistics show that only 28 percent of our city’s voters turned out to vote. The right to vote gives us the ability to choose how we are governed, taxed and protected, so if some of these excuses sound familiar, consider these points: I’m too busy. Everything you do in regard to work, school, family and leisure is heavily impacted by individuals we put into public office. Property taxes might look very different under different leadership. What about funding for education and

Candidates and Elected Officials Reception Those interested in a one-on-one talk with federal, state and city candidates and elected officials are invited to the Scottsdale Leadership Candidates and Elected Officials Reception. The event is set for Wednesday, Oct. 3, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Chart House restaurant, on Scottsdale Road and McCormick Parkway. Info and tickets: www.scottsdaleleadership.org.

safety in your neighborhood? Candidates have very different viewpoints about how to fund various sectors, if at all. I think you get the point. Taking time to vote shapes our future; it’s well worth the effort! If you’re not registered to vote, it’s a simple process. You can go to the Service Arizona website (http://servicearizona. com) and find registration, early ballots, absentee ballots, polling places and other useful information. The process couldn’t be easier for making your voice heard. Candidates all seem the same. Should you vote for “Change, Results, Future”

or “Proven Leadership,” or “Town and Community”? Slogans may sound good, but what’s behind the catchy phrases? Read the paper, attend candidate information sessions, do research on candidate’s websites, Facebook, online and get to know who is running so you learn about their qualifications and decipher their campaign messages. Do you want to get to know your candidates on a more personal level? Scottsdale Leadership is hosting a “Candidates and Elected Officials” reception at the Chart House on Wednesday, Oct. 3 at 5:30 p.m. This event is all about candidates and elected officials talking with community members one on one. No candidate is given microphone time nor can any candidate bring materials to pass out. This event isn’t about campaign flyers and speeches, it is about getting to know constituents. My vote won’t matter. People often become indifferent about voting because their lives don’t seem to be impacted regardless of who is elected. While that might seem like the case for someone who’s not participating in the process, it simply isn’t true. Events over the past 10 years, no matter your political affiliation, would be much different had the other candidate been chosen. This is true at all levels of government. Wars, health care, the economy, immigration, zoning practices—all would have been handled differently by a different set of elected officials. Over the past 12 years, we have seen elections at every level, from the president of the United States to Scottsdale’s local offices, decided by razor-thin margins. The notion that your one vote doesn’t count doesn’t hold water. Every vote counts! With this in mind, politicians gear their policies and communication toward those who vote in the highest numbers. No matter what their party affiliation, our elected officials are charged with working for the best interests of our citizens. They sometimes have diverse ways to get things accomplished. Regardless of the kind of work you do or whether you’re still a student, government touches every aspect of your life. Don’t you want a say in who gets elected and what policies they want to advance? Make time to vote. Research the candidates; they are diverse. And remember, when you vote, it always makes a difference! 

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Funds raised during the event support several researcher Dream Teams collaborating to find new treatments for cancer. Virginia G. Cancer Center Clinical Trials at Scottsdale Healthcare is a national clinical site for the SU2C Pancreatic Cancer Dream Team along with the University of Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins University. The program is a partnership with the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) that treats cancer patients with promising new drugs.

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Ellen Degeneres and Ken Jeong were among the many celebrities who attended the last SU2C telethon, held in 2010.  

Pancreatic cancer is extremely difficult to treat and the fourth-most common cause of cancer-related deaths in the country. SU2C awarded an $18 million research grant in 2009 naming Scottsdale Healthcare’s chief scientific officer Daniel Von Hoff, M.D., as co-leader of the pancreatic cancer Dream Team. Von Hoff is also TGen’s physician-in-chief. “There are many clinical trials underway with investigational drugs that may help us advance in the battle against pancreatic cancer. Right here in the Valley, several of these

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Defined Contribution health will work today in many circumstances. HRAs and HCPRs can also be used with group high-deductible plans as a transition. One example is the Chamber Benefit Administrators plan sponsored by the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce. Continue working with your current health insurance agent to explore all options. If they are unfamiliar with Defined Contribution health, find agents or other providers who can offer a second opinion. 

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ASU’s Autism/ Asperger’s Research Program What: The 8th annual ZooWalk for Autism Research, a fundraiser for the Autism/Asperger’s Research Program at Arizona State University When: 6:30 a.m.-9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 6 Where: Phoenix Zoo, 455 N. Galvin Parkway        Cost: $25 adults, $15 teens, free for 12 and under, includes all day admittance to the zoo.                               Why:  To gather your friends, family and coworkers and enjoy a beautiful walk around the Phoenix Zoo while supporting the mission to find effective treatments for autism.   How to Register: It’s time to build your Zoo Walk team! Invite your family members, friends, neighbors and coworkers to join your team and help raise money for the ZooWalk for Autism Research. Sign up at www.zoowalk.org.   

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Cooks and Chords: Sept. 15 Tickets are available for Cooks and Chords, a fundraiser to benefit people living with MS. The event will be 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale (Shea and 134th Street). Guests will enjoy stations of chef-prepared dishes paired with spirits, acoustic music and a silent auction. Participating restaurants include Sierra Bonita Grill, Aiello’s Salumeria, Blue Adobe Grille, Isa’s Pizza, Charr Burger, Miracle Mile and Brio. Info: www.ArizonaMS.org; 480-455-3958. 


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id you know that each year, more than 4,000 women in Arizona are diagnosed with breast cancer? And that each and every single one of them has a place to go for help for free? It’s true—Arizona Institute for Breast Health (AIBH) is a nonprofit organization headquartered in North Scottsdale focused solely on providing women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer a second opinion on treatment options completely free of charge. “Since our inception in 1998, we’ve sought to provide education, resources and support to newly diagnosed patients with the help of our volunteer team of physicians and medical professionals whose specialties include breast radiology, breast surgery, medical oncology, radiation oncology, reconstructive surgery and breast pathology,” said AIBH co-founder Dr. Coral Quiet, who was recently named a finalist for the 2012 ATHENA Award for her work to educate women on their breast cancer treatment options. The organization’s hard and sometimes costly work has not gone unnoticed.

This year, in fact, the Scottsdale Airpark community is rolling up its sleeves and stepping up to join AIBH in its mission to help the women of Arizona with a special event—The First-Ever Breast of Scottsdale, which may be the pinkest party Scottsdale has ever seen. Sapporo Scottsdale, in partnership with Belvedere Vodka, is presenting the special event on Wednesday, Sept. 12, from 6 p.m. to close. The community is invited to sip and sample sumptuous pink-themed food and drink menu items while enjoying music, interactive photography by Clique Photo Station and other surprises.

Pink attire is requested, and prizes will be awarded to the most creative, zany and fabulous pink costumes and casual wear alike. A portion of the proceeds from these items, which will be officially available throughout October at Sapporo Scottsdale, will benefit Arizona Institute for Breast Health and its critical mission. All proceeds will benefit the organization’s Pink Light District. Guests are also able to take advantage of the regularly priced wines, beers and cocktails as well as traditional menu items throughout the evening. The cost to attend is a simple $25 online donation that will be used to sponsor an AIBH “Pink Light,” which honors a loved one of the guest’s choosing impacted by breast cancer. The lights will illuminate the Marshall Way Bridge in Scottsdale starting Oct. 4 and throughout Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To register, visit aibh.org. For those who want to get involved but are unable to make the party, members of the Scottsdale Airpark community and beyond are invited to sponsor a pink light in honor of a loved one touched by cancer. Visit www.PinkLightDistrict.org. Each honoree who is gifted a light will receive a Pink Light Tribute Card, and their name will be placed in the 2012 Pink Light Honor Album on the AIBH website. There is no limit to the number of lights one can buy to recognize and honor those in their lives. Sponsorships of multiple lights and other donation opportunities are also available. “This year, we are extremely honored to have Dr. William Leighton as our 2012 Pink Light District Premier Sponsor,” said AIBH executive director Christine Fenwick, a 17-year breast cancer survivor. In addition to Dr. Leighton, other valuable corporate sponsors include Yeager North, Iron Medical Systems, Olive & Ivy, Anasazi Internal Medicine, HMA Public Relations, Sapporo Scottsdale, Leighton & Abdo Attorneys at Law, Fiesta Furnishings and Arizona Breast Cancer Specialists, which is led by AIBH co-founder Dr. Quiet, who also serves as the organization’s volunteer medical director. 

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activities. I was at the event last year and was very impressed. It’s why we are participating again this year and why this ‘Polo Party’ has great potential,” O’Shea said. Other Airpark businesses are getting in on the action too. El Santo Restaurant + Bar, which opened in May, will be hosting a Champagne & Tequila Lounge on site.  “Last year I was curious about the inaugural event. It was fantastic. Watching polo at WestWorld in conjunction with good food, champagne and DJs is one of the better ways one can enjoy a day in Scottsdale. We see October 20th as a way to extend our brand to the kind of people we have been seeing and want to continue to see at El Santo,” said El Santo Marketing Director Brian Ruede.  El Santo will also be hosting the polo teams for a Friday evening preview party, the day before the event.  Guests who don’t get a coveted ticket to El Santo’s lounge or the other VIP tents can still get close to the action at the Heineken Doll House Party Tent, Mark/Taylor Residential Bedroom Bar or Scottsdale Cigar Club Lounge.  A portion of the proceeds from the polo championships will benefit Work to Ride and Scottsdale Healthcare charities. In June, the Scottsdale City Council ratified a $75,000 tourism grant for the event, initially recommended by the city’s Tourism Development Commission. Rachel Sacco, president and CEO of the Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau, said the polo party is a strong addition to Scottsdale’s lineup. “It has the potential to grow into a signature event over the years,” she said. Go to www.thepoloparty.com to purchase tickets. Information about corporate sponsorship opportunities is also available.  September 2012 Scottsdale Airpark News |

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he “Hiring Our Heroes” job fair in August saw several hundred veteran job seekers meet with more than 100 Valley employers at the Scottsdale Resort and Conference Center. The event was organized by the North Scottsdale Chamber, the Employer Support for the Guard and Reserve in partnership with the U.S. Chamber and Hero2Hired. “The goal of matching Valley employers who have jobs with Arizona’s veteran and military spouse job seekers was met today at the Hiring Our Heroes event,” said Chamber Executive Director Joe Galli. “The ballroom at the Scottsdale Resort and Conference Center was packed with Valley employers and several hundred job seekers. “The great part about this event is that some Arizona military spouses and veterans gained employment today, more gained a solid foothold for their careers, and even more learned skills and gained experience that will help them move up the employment ladder.” Galli gave credit for the event’s success to several state and national organizations, including the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, the U.S. Department of Labor, Arizona Department of Economic Security, Arizona Workforce Connection and the volunteers who helped with the logistics of the event. The more than 100 Valley employers who participated included Scottsdale Healthcare, Mayo Clinic, JDA Software, GoDaddy, Bank of America, U.S. Department of Customs and Immigration – Border Patrol, ADOT, American Express, Leslie’s Pool Supplies, and Humana Veterans Initiative. The North Scottsdale Chamber works to promote business and community in North Scottsdale. For info on Hiring Our Heroes, visit: www.uschamber.com/hiringourheroes. 

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‘Scottsdale Airpark News’ Catches up with

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When Miss Scottsdale 2012-Tiffany Hilburn’s brother was diagnosed with Leukemia in July, she and her sister-in-law showed their support by donating their curls to Locks of Love, a nonprofit that provides hairpieces to sick children suffering hair loss. Johnny G agreed to perform the honors. “Their faces were motified when I started,” he says, “but when they left they were so happy and cheerful. The classy but sassy style brought out the true them.”

ack in June 2011, we featured hair stylist Johnny Grinsky in a feature article spotlighting entrepreneurs who “fly solo.” Johnny G, as he is known in the industry, had just moved to a new salon on Shea Boulevard and Scottsdale Road, where he introduced his nextgeneration “look book.” The device incorporates iPad images with actual client photos to show those in the chair what they would look like wearing various hair styles. A motivated and creative business owner and marketer, Johnny G says he’s stayed busy since the move. Not only did he get married, he has several projects underway. “I’m so excited!” he reports. “I got picked up by a major film production company that is putting together a TV series

Though the search for the perfect assistant is still underway, the Johnny G salon has evolved its “look book” with a 42-inch Apple TV for clients to view the style images that Grinsky prepares on his iPad. “I am also now videotaping my clients when I style their hair, then sending them the video of their styling lessons,” he says. “That way, they can take me home and have salon-ready hair every day.”  More: HairbyJohnnyG.com; 10201 N. Scottsdale Road.

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pilot of my book, Creating Beauty from the Inside – Out.” Phoenix-based Seven Rivers was due to start filming over the summer. Grinsky’s book includes the motivational story of his year-long recovery from a near-fatal car accident and subsequent decision to invent a meaningful career for himself in the beauty industry. In August, Johnny also completed a new iBook, How to Get that Perfect Hair Style!, available at www.apple.com/ibooksauthor. The book contains video explanations, photos, and interactive sessions of beauty tips. September 2012 Scottsdale Airpark News |

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Butterfly Wonderland Coming to Scottsdale

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on’t tell the kids just yet—because they’ll have to wait until spring—but Scottsdale will soon be home to Butterfly Wonderland, a world-class attraction with an indoor rainforest environment featuring the largest indoor butterfly pavilion in North America. Construction began Aug. 14 on the northeast corner of the 101 Freeway and Via De Ventura, with Butterfly Wonderland scheduled to open sometime in spring 2013. Visitors begin their journey with an entertaining, educational film showcasing the fascinating lives of butterflies. Then they get to the really good stuff: An artist’s rendering shows Butterfly Wonderland, now being built on five acres of land on the corner of the 101 and Via de Ventura. The facility will feature the largest butterfly pavilion in North America, according to developer Amram Knishinsky.

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a stroll through the pavilion as thousands of butterflies flutter around them in a 10,000-square-foot atrium containing a lush rainforest environment. There will be a hundred different species of butterflies from around the world, including specimens from Costa Rica and the Philippines. The exhibit will feature waterfalls, koi ponds and flowering plants and trees on which the butterflies feed for nectar. Butterfly Wonderland will also have aquarium displays with marine life from the rainforest, a butterfly theater, a chrysalis laboratory, the butterfly gallery, a children’s play area and retail and café components. “Butterflies are perhaps the most universally loved creatures on earth, symbolic of peace, love and hope,” said Amram Knishinsky, principal partner and developer of Butterfly Wonderland. “Their brilliant colors, diversity of size and shape, remarkable life cycle and uninhibited patterns of flight give inspiration to folks of all ages. We feel extremely fortunate to be able to bring this joyful experience to the Valley.” The attraction marks phase one of “Odysea in the Desert,” a 522,000-square-foot, multimillion dollar entertainment district, which will include attractions, restaurants and retail developments located on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Butterfly Wonderland enlisted local architecture and construction firms for the project. The team consists of The Renaissance Companies (construction), Robert Brown of Montgomery Design Group, and Brissestte Architects—all based in Scottsdale.  More: www.butterflywonderland.com; 480-9512100; corporate office 5900 N. Granite Reef Road.


advice from weiss September Business Horoscope By Weiss Kelly, PMAFA

Whether you’re a small-business owner or have other career aspirations, insights into how the planets influence your work month can help you plan for maximum performance and project success. ARIES 3/21-4/19 September’s emphasis is all about work and your daily routine until the 21st. Expect to make frequent changes that will support your productivity. Last month’s delayed project is ready to move forward, with a target deadline around the 18th. It will be easier to focus if you follow a daily planned schedule. Do include social get-togethers (24th-30th). TAURUS 4/20-5/20 The first half of the month is ideal for brainstorming. Expect more meetings and phone consultations. That long-held goal could come to fruition, thanks to your perseverance and follow-through. Our present economic crunch requires you to make a financial outline for the next three months. Spend only on the essentials. GEMINI 5/21-6/20 You don’t like drudgery, but you may encounter some early in the month, particularly where authority figures are involved. Fortunately, your communication skills can make up for any unexpected adjustments. You’ll be seeing that drudgery in a different light by the third week. If work involves travel, there may be shorter, more frequent trips. Any networking scenes will work to your advantage, so be sure to attend. CANCER 6/21-7/22 Your energy and motivation will be restored in September, leading to a productive fourth quarter. Expect to spend more time at the office and less time at home. The week of the New Moon (17th) is favorable for making contacts and presentations as business seems to pick up or present new options. A chance to get out and professionally mingle with associates is a must for making yourself or services known. LEO 7/23-8/22 What’s on your agenda? It could be all about money and getting financial plans/goals set up for the next few months. Call your accountant and run through your lists of clients. Take inventory and carefully decide what you can keep, change or eliminate so you can function more efficiently. Expect to go in different directions as you encounter new opportunities near month’s end. VIRGO 8/23-9/23 You’ll feel brand new and so will your work. Get out your monthly planner and fill in the few empty spaces. September is productive and more successful. Review the past

year; you may want to make a detailed and timely marketing plan. Expect some changes in your working environment, office or company, as a shift is indicated. To release built-up stress, attend business or community functions on the 24th. LIBRA 9/24-10/22 It will take discipline on your part to stay put and finally wrap up long-term projects or commitments (1st-17th). The challenging times of recent years are ready to exit your life. Expect helping hands and financial changes. Further your personal interests and get back to networking. You excel in PR and marketing. You’ll be back in familiar professional territory by midmonth. The Full Moon ends your September with a more realistic financial plan set in place. SCORPIO 10/23-11/21 You’re in the spotlight and have a sense of control once more. Mars is now in your sign, making you more assertive and determined to succeed. Last month’s interferences have actually worked to your advantage. You can recharge through professional contacts. Remember, successes come through others, so attend functions. You may do an about face in appearance as you set out to improve or change your style of doing business. Get ready for a big venture in November.

renegotiate and rearrange a new game plan in detail before the second week, then put it into play by the New Moon on the 18th. One of your more proactive weeks begins on the 17th. Arrange meetings or presentations the week of the 24th, when combining business with pleasure allows you to use your friendly persuasion abilities. PISCES 2/19-3/20 Interacting with others is this month’s prime concern. Pay more attention to how others respond to your approach and how they interact with you. You can learn a lot and operate more effectively. Yes, presentations and negotiations will require more detailed arrangements. Bosses and high-maintenance clients may be more demanding than usual; don’t overreact. Expect competition, compromise and a change of priorities by month’s end. It will all bring better results. 

SAGITTARIUS 11/22-12/21 One of your favorite work-related activities is travel, and most of your month will be dedicated to out-of-town seminars, meetings or training, which will require careful scheduling to avoid extra hours. You can reconnect with people you’ve been out of touch with. Litigations can be concluded by the 18th or 28th. You may not have much personal free time until the third week. CAPRICORN 12/22-1/21 The first half of September may be your success story—both fulfilling and productive. Most transactions are favored. Expect to receive more support from others. You can regenerate your financial life through a new source or territory. Many new local businesses are opening and getting the support they need—including yours. Expect to make compromises following a slight shift of gears on the 20th. AQUARIUS 1/22-2/18 Look for ways to design a new image or marketing ploy. Reconsider,

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This categorized directory of businesses is provided by the Scottsdale Airpark News at an annual charge of $600, prepaid. • Included in the prepaid charge is a listing in our published directory, which includes a logo, contact name, address, phone number, fax number, website and e-mail address. Your listing (not including the website link) is also published in our online directory. • To include your Business Directory listing online with a link to your website, there is an annual charge of $1,000. Visit us at www.scottsdaleairpark.com, under the Airpark Directory link.

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Accounting World CPA & Consulting, PLC Tax Strategist

13430 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 201 Thunderbird/Scottsdale Rd. Phone: 480-990-2727 Email: cpas@awcpas.com www.awcpas.com Free Phone Quotes

Air conditioning contractors

12980 E. Gold Dust Ave., Scottsdale, AZ 85259 Phone: 480-250-3882 Fax: 480-907-7921 Email: troy@acofaz.net www.acofaz.net Follow Our Specials On Facebook

Rauf Moosavi, RA 14300 N. Northsight Blvd., 113 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-451-8823 www.moosavidesign.com raufm@moosavidesign.com

Assisted living

Valleywide Office: 602-482-0229 Fax: 623-516-0007 Email: service@hayscoolingandheating.com www.hayscoolingandheating.com Phone: 480-897-4400 • www.cervantescpa.com

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ACCOUNTing/CPA’s

6636 E. Thunderbird Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-243-7836 • Fax: 480-463-9438 Email: office@maryb-assisted-living.com www.maryb-assisted-living.com 1st Month FREE!

attorneys

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14555 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 340 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-948-1711 Fax: 480-951-3887 www.warfieldcpas.com

Joe Dan Higgins Scottsdale, AZ Decades of experience with honesty and integrity Phone: 480-560-0568 • www.wcallc.com

Aircraft Charter

Family Law & Mediation Cindy Best, Attorney 14300 N. Northsight Blvd., Suite 204 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-219-2433 www.bestlawaz.com

Woldorf, Joel, CPA

15095 N. Thompson Peak Pkwy., Suite 1087 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-922-8399 Fax: 480-922-8499 Email: joelwoldorf@qwest.net

Advertising agencies

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Sawyer Aviation 15115 North Airport Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-922-5221 www.sawyeraviation.com

Apparel - Golf/Corporate 13951 N Scottsdale Rd, Suite 213, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 888-867-5003 Fax: 480-659-9180 www.tempocreative.com

Advertising agencies

Hymson Goldstein & Pantiliat, PLLC 16427 North Scottsdale Rd., Suite 300 Scottsdale, Arizona 85254 Phone: 480-991-9077 www.legalcounselors.com

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Randy Nussbaum, Gregory P. Gillis, Dean M. Dinner 14850 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 450 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-609-0011 Fax: 480-609-0016 www.ngdlaw.com

7830 E. Redfield Rd. #7, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-699-2106 Fax: 480-538-7808 www.xpleomedia.com

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attorneyS/Bankruptcy

attorneys/family law

automotive luxury dealer

Family Law & Mediation

Hymson Goldstein & Pantiliat, PLLC 16427 North Scottsdale Rd., Suite 300 Scottsdale, Arizona 85254 Phone: 480-991-9077 www.legalcounselors.com

Randy Nussbaum, Dean M. Dinner, Peter M. Gennrich 14850 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 450 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-609-0011 Fax: 480-609-0016 www.ngdlaw.com

Cindy Best, Attorney 14300 N. Northsight Blvd., Suite 204 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-219-2433 www.bestlawaz.com

attorneys/family law (cont.)

Hymson Goldstein & Pantiliat, PLLC 16427 North Scottsdale Rd., Suite 300 Scottsdale, Arizona 85254 Phone: 480-991-9077 www.legalcounselors.com

7901 E. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-483-4000 www.legendscadillac.com

auto service/repair

8295 E. Raintree Dr., Suite D Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-443-1006 www.buddysautorepair.com

AttorneyS/personal injury

Attorneys/ commercial Litigation

8245 E. Butherus Dr. Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-951-4054 www.raycocarserviceaz.net

auto service/repair (Cont.)

Randy Nussbaum, Gregory P. Gillis, Dean M. Dinner 14850 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 450 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-609-0011 Fax: 480-609-0016 www.ngdlaw.com

Attorneys/construction law

Gregory P. Gillis, Dominica J. Minore Randy Nussbaum, Dean M. Dinner 14850 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 450 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-609-0011 Fax: 480-609-0016 www.ngdlaw.com

Attorneys/Estate Planning and Probate

David Harowitz 14850 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 450 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-609-0011 Fax: 480-609-0016 www.ngdlaw.com

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Hymson Goldstein & Pantiliat, PLLC 16427 North Scottsdale Rd., Suite 300 Scottsdale, Arizona 85254 Phone: 480-991-9077 www.legalcounselors.com

Audio/Video - Home Theater

7333 E. Butherus Dr., Suite 100-B Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-443-0000 www.airportautocare.com

banking/savings/loans

High-End Audio – Luxury Cinema Complete Home Automation 15507 N. Scottsdale Road, Ste. 135 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-403-0011 • Email: mike@lmche.com www.lmche.com

Rick Shaw, Regional Director 17470 N. Pacesetter Way, Suite 219 Scottsdale, AZ 85255 Main: 480-305-2145 Fax: 480-305-2146 Email: rick.s@bank34online.com www.bank34online.com

automotive - bmw service

15650 N. Northsight, Suite 3 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-922-1068 Email: bmwpitcrew@ultimateautoworks.com

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14287 N. 87th St., Suite 123 Phone: 480- 609-0055 Fax: 480-609-8958 www.pinnaclebankaz.com

Carpet/Ceramic - commercial

7898 E. Acoma Dr. #107 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-967-7600 Fax: 480-967-4700 Email: afonce@dfsaz.com Specializing in commercial floor covering products and installation. K-48 ROC 206270 • K-08 ROC 206271

Catering

Can’t Qualify for a Conventional Loan? WE CAN HELP! Residential • Commercial 480-466-7020 14301 N. 87th St., Suite 212 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 jim@delmar-financial.com dennis@delmar-financial.com License #MB0919350

Business/computer training

SCC Business Institute 14350 N. 87th St., Suite 185 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-425-6910 Fax: 480-425-6901 www.sccbi.com

Commercial Landscaping

Taking Care of Your Landscaping Needs 25847 N. 19th Ave.Phoenix, AZ 85085 Phone: 623-879-7547 www.pocklandscapesolutions.com

Commercial Lending

Scottsdale: 16211 N. Scottsdale Rd. #4 Phone: 480-607-DELI(3354) Phoenix: 21705 N. 19th Ave. Phone: 623-581-DELI(3354) We Deliver & Offering Catering Too! www.RinaldisDeli.com

Child Care

13831 N. 94th St., Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-860-9500 6440 E. Greenway Pkwy., Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-368-1711 www.scottsdalelearningcenters.com

Chiropractic Care

Business Consulting

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Rick Shaw, Regional Director 17470 N. Pacesetter Way, Suite 219 Scottsdale, AZ 85255 Main: 480-305-2145 Fax: 480-305-2146 Email: rick.s@bank34online.com www.bank34online.com

Can’t Qualify for a Conventional Loan? WE CAN HELP! Residential • Commercial 480-466-7020 14301 N. 87th St., Suite 212 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 jim@delmar-financial.com dennis@delmar-financial.com License #MB0919350

Computer & Electronic Recycling

Feature Marketing, Inc. The Business Wealth Club - Scottsdale 5434 E Lincoln Dr. #15 Paradise Valley, AZ 85253 Phone: 480-951-4988 Fax 480-998-3724

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Business insurance

Karen L. Evers, Agency Owner/Insurance Consultant 8687 E. Via De Ventura #218 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Phone: 480-305-1175 Fax: 480-305-1176 Email: kevers@farmersagent.com

18325 N. Allied Way #205, Phx (Scottsdale Rd & 101) 2060 W. Whispering Wind Dr. #264-2, Phoenix 10320 W. McDowell Rd., Bldg J-1033, Avondale Phone: 623-734-7817 www.chirofitplus.com

Commercial/residential glass works

Arrange Pickup or Drop Off of Your Computer or Electronics to be Recycled 20 Years in the Airpark 16000 N. 80th St. #D Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-947-9912 www.featuremarketing.com

Computers - business

Feature Marketing, Inc. high end refurbished computer equipment 16000 N. 80th St., Suite D Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-947-9912 Fax: 480-947-5621 www.featuremarketing.com

14427 N. 73rd Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-947-5545 Fax: 480-315-1336 www.troonglass.com

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Donation Drop Box in front of Office Donate your computers & electronics to help our returning soldiers Portion of sales will go to Wounded Warriors Fund. For larger donations we will arrange pickup at N/C For Questions: call Tom 16000 N. 80th St., Suite D, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-947-9912 Fax: 480-947-5621 www.featuremarketing.com

Dental

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Cosmetic and Family Dentistry 8765 East Bell Road, Suite 201 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 480-585-1853 www.jclarkdds.com

7650 E. Gelding Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-948-4697 www.scottsdalecustom.com

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Dental/endodontics

Premium Doors & Windows Computers/Web Sites/Emails

Thomas V. McClammy, D.M.D, M.S. Shawn R. Anderson, D.D.S., M.S.D. 8765 E. Bell Rd., Suite 213 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-731-3636 • Fax: 480-731-3637 www.nsendodontics.com

Design

8175 E. Raintree Dr. #5 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-443-3151 www.weathershield.com

dry cleaning

8151 E. Evans Road, Suite 2 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-315-8040 Email: info@vuria.com www.vuria.com

13951 N Scottsdale Rd, Suite 213, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 888-867-5003 Fax: 480-659-9180 www.tempocreative.com

Located in the Scottsdale AirCenter 15290 N. 78th Way, Suite B200 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-483-7867 Email: leno@iconprintlabs.com www.iconimaginggroup.com

Donn Frye, CEO 7126 E. Sahuaro Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-948-2781 Fax: 480-948-2867 www.prestigecleaners.com

dVD Transfers

construction

7750 E. Gelding Dr., Suite 4 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-991-1993 Fax: 480-991-3004 www.legacyaz.com

13951 N Scottsdale Rd, Suite 213, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 888-867-5003 Fax: 480-659-9180 www.tempocreative.com

direct mail Services

Corporate Housing Complete Lettershop Services Fullfillment • Lists • Discounted Postage 7650 E. Redfield Rd., Suite D-6, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-483-7677 Email: BUSHLPRS@aol.com www.businesshelpersmailcenter.com Corporate Housing • Vacation Rentals Kierland-NorthScottsdale/Old Town-City Center Desert Ridge-Phoenix/Oro Valley-Tucson Pacific Beach-San Diego/Del Mar-San Diego Phone: 602-672-7552 Email: thestay@thestay.com www.thestay.com

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DVD Transfer Station

8880 East Via Linda #109 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Phone: (480) 607-7788 Fry’s Marketplace Plaza NW Corner of 90th St. & Via Linda www.dvdtransferstation.net

embroidery/silk screening

Psycho Jock Sportswear Tim Fitzgerald, President 7689 E. Paradise Lane, Suite 8 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-970-4148 Fax: 480-481-9848 www.sunstateprint.com

Embroidery/Silk Screening

9420 E. Doubletree Ranch Rd., Suite C-101 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Phone: 480-451-3682 • Fax: 480-451-5850 Email: sales@psychojock.com www.psychojock.com


financial services (cont.)

glass & Mirror

Graebel Movers

Jim Staude, General Manager Phone: 602-447-0200 Cell: 602-284-8555 Fax: 602-447-0554 Email: jstaude@graebel.com www.graebel.com

employment

Dean Wegner, Mortgage Originator 14811 N. Kierland Blvd., Suite 100 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 602-432-6388 dean@teamdean.com www.teamdean.com

Fitness

2415 E. Camelback Rd., Suite 450 Phoenix, AZ 85016 Phone: 602-707-1880 • Fax: 602-707-1889 www.ledgent.com

employment & recruiting

7585 E. Redfield Rd., Suite 107 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-922-9500 Fax: 480-922-9504 www.gouldstaffing.com

13840 N. Northsight Blvd. #105, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-443-1150 www.completevisioncare.com

financial services

Dillan Micus, Executive Vice President 14851 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 103 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-444-3750 • Fax: 480-922-5203 www.axaonline.com

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

Hardware

7650 E. Gelding Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-948-4697 www.scottsdalecustom.com

heating contractors 15678 N. Greenway-Hayden Loop, Suite 103 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-596-4980 www.scottsdaleschooloffitness.com

Floor Covering - commercial

eye care

Dr. Annette Hanian

14427 N. 73rd Street Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-947-5545 Fax: 480-315-1336 www.troonglass.com

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employee relocation

7898 E. Acoma Dr. #107, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-967-7600 Fax: 480-967-4700 Email: afonce@dfsaz.com

12980 E. Gold Dust Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85259 Phone: 480-250-3882 • Fax: 480-907-7921 Email: troy@acofaz.net www.acofaz.net Follow Our Specials On Facebook

hotels

Specializing in commercial floor covering products and installation. K-48 ROC 206270 • K-08 ROC 206271

general contracting

7750 E. Gelding Dr., Suite 4 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-991-1993 Fax: 480-991-3004 www.legacyaz.com

For all your painting & construction needs Please call for a FREE ESTIMATE Phone: 602-843-6400 Fax: 602-978-1200

16620 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-348-9280 Fax: 480-348-9281 www.scottsdalehamptoninnandsuites.com 10101 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85253 Phone: 480-443-3233 Fax: 480-443-9149 www.scottsdaleshea.hamptoninn.com

Holiday Inn Express Scottsdale North 7350 E. Gold Dust Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Phone: 480-596-6559 Fax: 480-596-0554 www.holidayinnexpress.com/scottsdalenort

Email: info@silveradopainting.com www.silveradopainting.com

Rachel Jones, Director of Sales 17010 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85255 Phone: 480-922-8400 Fax: 480-419-8163 www.marriott.com/phxcn

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hotels (cont.)

Insurance

Breslau Insurance & Benefits, Inc.

Paul Breslau, CLU, ChFC, RHU, REBC, CASL Phone: 602-692-6832 www.breslauinsurance.com 16770 N. Perimeter Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-502-3836 www.scottsdalemarriott.com

The Mohr Investigative Group Gregory Mohr, Managing Director 6501 E. Greenway Pkwy., Suite 103 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 602-620-3851 Fax: 480-998-3239 Email: gmohrpi@cox.net www.tmigpi.com

Jewelry

Victoria Gittlen, AAI, CIC, CPIW 12439 N. 32nd St., Suite 1A Phoenix, AZ 85032 Phone: 602-953-6920 www.insbycds.com

Desert Village

23233 N. Pima Rd., Suite 109, Scottsdale, AZ 85255 Phone: 480-515-1200

Ahwatukee Town Center

16630 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-998-9211 Fax: 480-607-2893 www.sleepinnscottsdale.com

7330 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Phone: 480-948-3800 www.scottsdalepimasuites.com

Investigative/security

4843 E. Ray Rd., Ahwatukee, AZ 85044 Phone: 480-598-0306

Karen L. Evers, Agency Owner/Insurance Consultant 8687 E. Via De Ventura #218 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Phone: 480-305-1175 Fax: 480-305-1176 Email: kevers@farmersagent.com

Internet marketing

13845 N. Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-948-6677 www.OpusArtofJewelry.com

Landscaping

Corporate Housing • Vacation Rentals Kierland-NorthScottsdale/Old Town-City Center Desert Ridge-Phoenix/Oro Valley-Tucson Pacific Beach-San Diego/Del Mar-San Diego Phone: 602-672-7552 Email: thestay@thestay.com www.thestay.com

14255 N. 87th St., Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-922-6500 www.scottsdalewingate.com

8151 E. Evans Road, Suite 2 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-315-8040 Email: info@vuria.com www.vuria.com

Internet marketing (cont.)

13951 N Scottsdale Rd, Suite 213, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 888-867-5003 Fax: 480-659-9180 www.tempocreative.com

Internet Service

human resources/consulting

Taking Care of Your Landscaping Needs 25847 N. 19th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85085 Phone: 623-879-7547 www.pocklandscapesolutions.com

7706 E. Acoma Dr. #3 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-948-4485 • Fax: 480-948-7458 Email: contact@azmetroscapes.com www.azmetroscapes.com

Life insurance

Mountain States Employers Council Karen Stafford Arizona Vice President of Membership Development 8687 E. Via de Ventura, Suite #318 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Phone: 602-955-7558 KStafford@MSEC.org www.MSEC.org

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• Business Class High Speed Internet • Business Phone Lines • Hosted VoIP, • SIP Trunking • MPLS • Local • Long Distance • Conferencing 16211 N. Scottsdale Rd. A6A Suite 401 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-656-4655 www.comsourcecommunications.com

Karen L. Evers, Agency Owner/Insurance Consultant 8687 E. Via De Ventura #218 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Phone: 480-305-1175 Fax: 480-305-1176 Email: kevers@farmersagent.com


networking organizations

office equipment & supplies

NORTH

SCOTTSDALE Chamber of Commerce

7755 E. Redfield Rd., Suite 300 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-596-9700 www.pinnaclelock.com

14301 North 87th Street, Suite 110 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-889-8987 • Fax: 480-998-3959 www.northscottsdalechamber.org

14202 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 148 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-361-5961 www.cartridgeworldusa.com Raintree & 87th St. – Near Paradise Bakery Phone: 480-443-4465 www.cartridgeworldusa.com

Mailing lists & services Office Moving

Complete Lettershop Services Fullfillment • Lists • Discounted Postage 7650 E. Redfield Rd., Suite D-6, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-483-7677 Email: BUSHLPRS@aol.com www.businesshelpersmailcenter.com

Lisa Platt, Administrator P.O. Box 4182 Scottsdale, AZ 85261-4182 Phone: 480-391-6585 www.womenofscottsdale.org

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locksmiths

Graebel Movers

Jim Staude, General Manager Phone: 602-447-0200 Cell: 602-284-8555 • Fax: 602-447-0554 Email: jstaude@graebel.com www.graebel.com

office services

Tim Fitzgerald, President 7689 E. Paradise Lane, Suite 8 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-970-4148 Fax: 480-481-9848 www.sunstateprint.com

Marketing

13951 N Scottsdale Rd, Suite 213, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 888-867-5003 Fax: 480-659-9180 www.tempocreative.com

Airpark Scottsdale Executive Office Circle

North Scottsdale Business Alliance

COME JOIN US FOR A FREE BREAKFAST Our great networking group meets the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month 7:00AM-8:15AM I-HOP located Loop 101 & Raintree Contact Randy Hansen, Pres. 480-699-2484 or Cliff Gaines, V.P. 480-443-3424

7418 E. Helm Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-998-9059

office services (cont.)

nursing care 8426 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-664-6600 www.boardroomsuites.com

office space services

Mobile Apps

Mary B. Assisted Living 8151 E. Evans Road, Suite 2 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-315-8040 Email: info@vuria.com www.vuria.com

6636 E. Thunderbird Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-243-7836 Fax: 480-463-9438 Email: office@maryb-assisted-living.com www.maryb-assisted-living.com 1st Month FREE!

Stephen A. Cross, CCIM “The Tenant’s Advocate” 10601 N. Hayden Rd., Suite 108, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-998-7998 Toll Free: 888-998-1414 Email: steve@crossrealty.com www.crossrealty.com

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PAinting Contractor

For all your painting & construction needs Please call for a FREE ESTIMATE Phone: 602-843-6400 Fax: 602-978-1200 Email: info@silveradopainting.com www.silveradopainting.com

printing

promotional products

7335 E. Acoma Dr., Suite 105, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-905-1788 Email: adobecolorprint@cox.net www.adobecolorprint.com

Phone Service

• Business Class High Speed Internet • Business Phone Lines • Hosted VoIP, • SIP Trunking • MPLS • Local • Long Distance • Conferencing 16211 N. Scottsdale Rd. A6A Suite 401 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-656-4655 www.comsourcecommunications.com

Tim Fitzgerald, President 7689 E. Paradise Lane, Suite 8 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-970-4148 Fax: 480-481-9848 www.sunstateprint.com

property management

15770 N. Greenway-Hayden Loop, Suite 101 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-483-0166 Fax: 480-483-9019 www.despinsprinting.com

Currently, CPI’s management portfolio consists of over 100 projects, approaching 4.5 million square feet, and consists of office, industrial, and retail space. 2323 West University Drive Tempe, AZ 85281 Phone: 480-966-2301 • Fax: 480-966-0132 www.cpiaz.com

Pools/Spas/patios

10320 N. Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85253 Phone: 480-951-3599 www.sunpatioaz.com

13651 N. 32nd St., Phoenix, AZ 85032 Phone: 480-443-1122 www.fiestaprinting.com

Pools/Spas/patios (cont.)

14255 N. 79th St., Suite 1 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-483-6100 Fax: 480-483-9096 www.swimpoolwarehouse.com

Edge Real Estate Services, LLC

William Schuckert, Designated Broker/Principal 15100 N. 78th Way, Suite 207 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-922-0460 Fax: 480-483-8409 Email: edgesdl@aol.com

Located in the Scottsdale AirCenter 15290 N. 78th Way, Suite B200 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-483-7867 Email: Email: leno@iconprintlabs.com www.iconprintlabs.com

Judy Amland, Designated Broker 7820 E. Evans Rd., Suite 400 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-483-2853 • Fax: 480-951-7460

Preschool & Childcare

O’Day Printing

It’s A Small World Preschool & Childcare

15650 N 83rd Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 (Inside Impact Church) 602-402-2810 • www.smallworlddaycare.org “Our goal is to meet the social, emotional, physical, and intellectual needs that are unique to each child!”

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7625 E. Redfield Rd., Suite 100 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-947-7757 • Fax: 480-443-8215 www.odayprinting.com

Karlene Politi, CPM®, President 8501 E. Princess Dr., Suite 130 Scottsdale, AZ 85255 Phone: 480-427-4277 Email: k.politi@optimpmsolutions.com www.optimpmsolutions.com


7621 E. Gray Rd., Suite D Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-998-5025 Fax: 480-951-2493 www.screaz.com

real estate & developers

real estate & developers (cont.)

Cutler Commercial 2150 E. Highland, Suite 207 Phoenix, AZ 85016 Phone: 602-955-3500 • Fax: 602-955-2828 www.cutlercommercial.com

7025 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 220 Scottsdale, AZ 85253 Phone: 480-966-2301 • Fax: 480-348-1601 www.cpiaz.com

14605 N. Airport Dr., Suite 110 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-483-1985 Fax: 480-483-1726 www.airportproperty.com

7621 E. Gray Rd., Suite D Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-998-5025 Fax: 480-951-2493 www.screaz.com

16410 N. 91st St., Suite 112 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-443-3992 www.shellcommercial.com

• Industrial • Office • Retail • Investment • Property Management Our Vision: To always be the best choice for our clients.

real estate & developers (cont.)

Stephen A. Cross, CCIM “The Tenant’s Advocate” 10601 N. Hayden Rd., Suite 108 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-998-7998 Toll Free: 888-998-1414 Email: steve@crossrealty.com www.crossrealty.com

Edge Real Estate Services, LLC

William Schuckert, Designated Broker/Principal 15100 N. 78th Way, Suite 207 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-922-0460 Fax: 480-483-8409 Email: edgesdl@aol.com

Phone: 602-650-2260 Terry Biehn, Nicole Brook, Joe Blegen www.camidor.com

Judy Amland, Designated Broker 7820 E. Evans Rd., Suite 400 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-483-2853 • Fax: 480-951-7460

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property management (cont.)

real estate Loans

Can’t Qualify for a Conventional Loan? WE CAN HELP! Residential • Commercial 480-466-7020 14301 N. 87th St., Suite 212 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 jim@delmar-financial.com dennis@delmar-financial.com License #MB0919350

residential remodeling

7750 E. Gelding Dr., Suite 4, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-991-1993 Fax: 480-991-3004 www.legacyaz.com

restaurants

14080 N. Northsight Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-596-9000 www.colliers.com

Cornwell Corporation 14851 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 203 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-951-1212 www.cornwellcorporation.com

Los Arcos Realty & Management 14415 N. 73rd St., Suite 100 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-443-8287

14740 N. Northsight Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-948-5550 Fax: 480-998-2404 www.alsbeef.com

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restaurants

(cont.)

7361 E. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-951-3807

Russ Johnson, Owner/Operator 14995 N. 87th St., Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Raintree Dr. & the 101 Phone: 480-922-4540 Fax: 480-922-4575

Croque Famous Sandwiches

13610 N. Scottsdale #25 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-607-1285 Fax: 480-607-1291 Email: order@croquescottsdale.com www.croquescottsdale.com

restaurants

(cont.)

7325 E. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd. Suite 103 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-443-2511 13802 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 165 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-443-1332 6501 E. Greenway Parkway, Suite 105 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-551-3351

signage

Tim Fitzgerald, President 7689 E. Paradise Lane, Suite 8 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-970-4148 • Fax: 480-481-9848 www.sunstateprint.com

social media marketing

retirement planning

Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Kenneth Johnston, Financial Advisor, Vice President 16220 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 250 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-922-4243 Fax: 800-662-2997 Email: kenneth.r.johnston@ampf.com ameripriseadvisors.com/kenneth.r.johnston

schools/training

8151 E. Evans Road, Suite 2 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-315-8040 Email: info@vuria.com www.vuria.com

13951 N Scottsdale Rd, Suite 213, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 888-867-5003 Fax: 480-659-9180 www.tempocreative.com

storage

SCC Business Institute 14350 N. 87th St., Suite 185 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-425-6910 Fax: 480-425-6901 www.sccbi.com

13851 N.73rd St., Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-991-5600 www.storagewest.com

Search engine marketing 15576 N. Pima Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-368-0610

Scottsdale: 16211 N. Scottsdale Rd. #4 Phone: 480-607-DELI(3354)

taxes

8151 E. Evans Road, Suite 2 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-315-8040 Email: info@vuria.com www.vuria.com

11500 N. Hayden Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-948-6000 Fax: 480-948-2535 www.starfiregolfclub.com Public Welcome

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Tax Strategist

13430 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 201 Thunderbird/Scottsdale Rd. Phone: 480-990-2727 Email: cpas@awcpas.com www.awcpas.com Free Phone Quotes

Phoenix: 21705 N. 19th Ave. Phone: 623-581-DELI(3354) We Deliver & Offering Catering Too! www.RinaldisDeli.com

Accounting World CPA & Consulting, PLC

13951 N Scottsdale Rd, Suite 213, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 888-867-5003 Fax: 480-659-9180 www.tempocreative.com

Phone: 480-897-4400 • www.cervantescpa.com


Video production (cont.)

windows – SALES

American Telephone, Inc. 7363 E. Tierra Buena Lane, Suite 140 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-991-7780

tenant services

7830 E. Redfield Rd. #7 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-699-2106 • Fax: 480-538-7808 www.xpleomedia.com

Premium Windows & Doors 8175 E. Raintree Dr. #5 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-443-3151 www.weathershield.com

wearable clothing

Stephen A. Cross, CCIM “The Tenant’s Advocate” 10601 N. Hayden Rd., Suite 108 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-998-7998 Toll Free: 888-998-1414 Email: steve@crossrealty.com www.crossrealty.com

windows & Doors

Tim Fitzgerald, President 7689 E. Paradise Lane, Suite 8 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-970-4148 Fax: 480-481-9848 www.sunstateprint.com

Website design

Cutler Commercial 2150 E. Highland, Suite 207 Phoenix, AZ 85016 Phone: 602-955-3500 • Fax: 602-955-2828 www.cutlercommercial.com

Transportation

Serving Scottsdale for over 15 years! Scottsdale, AZ

Phone: 602-770-4648

Email: Lisa@jackstransportation.com

www.jackstransportation.com

window tinting

8151 E. Evans Road, Suite 2 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-315-8040 Email: info@vuria.com www.vuria.com

Rick Sullivan 8340 E. Raintree Dr. Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-248-8966 Email: cactustint@gmail.com www.cactustint.com

Website design (cont.)

13951 N Scottsdale Rd, Suite 213, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 888-867-5003 Fax: 480-659-9180 www.tempocreative.com

Video production

8151 E. Evans Road, Suite 2 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-315-8040 Email: info@vuria.com www.vuria.com

7650 E. Gelding Dr. Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-948-4697 www.scottsdalecustom.com

15855 N. Greenway-Hayden Loop, Suite 120 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-596-1133 www.mytintwizard.com

Yoga Studio - Massage Therapy

7830 E. Redfield Rd. #7 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-699-2106 • Fax: 480-538-7808 www.xpleomedia.com

Weight Loss

MP&E Equipment Rental 16585 N. 92nd St., Suite 104 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-596-6699 www.hdgear.tv

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telephone/telecommunications

Crescent Moon Yoga & Healing Center 7825 E. Evans Road, #600 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-595-9642 Email: yogadm@aol.com www.crescentmoonyogaaz.com

Lose up to 2-5 Pounds a week! 7344 E. Deer Valley Rd., Suite 100 Scottsdale, AZ 85255 Phone: 480-751-2205 www.ie-pm.com

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{ Calendar { FEATURED Dine Out with the Chefs WHEN: 3 p.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2             WHERE: Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. COST: $65 in advance; $75 at the door INFO: www.scottsdaleperformingarts.com/dineout.php One of the Valley’s exclusive culinary events, Dine Out with the Chefs, celebrates its seventh anniversary with a roster of renowned chefs, live entertainment and other surprises. Guests have the opportunity to mingle with the chefs and taste their creations, from delicious soups to signature dishes and decadent desserts.

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WHERE: MIM, 4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix. INFO: theMIM.org Musical Instrument Museum’s highlights for September include the Fiestas Patrias celebration on Sept. 15-16, Grammy winner Rodney Crowell on Sept. 20, and indie-pop singer/songwriter Sondre Lerche on Sept. 25.

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WHEN: 11:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 21 WHERE: The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, 6902 E. Greenway Parkway. INFO: www.womenofscottsdale.org Women of Scottsdale, a networking group, will meet for the Annual Bring a Gentleman to Lunch event.

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