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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 ! Welcome to Indian Wells 2 ! Letter from the Chairman 4 ! Community Introduction 5 ! History 6 ! Location & Transportation 7 ! Tourism 8 ! Arts & Entertainment 9 ! Shopping & Dining 12 ! Homes & Residential Living 13 ! Education 16 ! Business 20 ! Healthcare 23 ! Membership Directory 25 ! Buyer’s Guide 29 ! Index of Advertisers

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WELCOME TO INDIAN WELLS We are very proud of Indian Wells. The beauty of this city is mesmerizing. As you drive down Highway 111, you can’t help but notice the date palms that line the highway. Behind them ascend the spectacular jagged-topped Santa Rosa Mountains. The vistas are amazing. The Indian Wells Chamber’s mission is to provide the services to our members that will enable them to be successful. Although our Chamber does not have the volume of members that larger cities do,

we feel it allows our entrepreneurial members to become closer and our people to do business with people they like! Our office is open to all for questions, answers and conversation. Please stop by.

We hope that you will enjoy your time in Indian Wells whether you are a resident or a visitor. Tourism is the lifeblood of this valley and our goal is to make sure you have the time of your life during your stay.

Indian Wells, well known as the ultimate vacation oasis, is a prime venue for four of the most lavish resorts in the world, fivestar dining and upscale boutique shops. Our wish is that you will take advantage of all we have to offer.

We are proud of Indian Wells and look forward to seeing you again and again. Cordially, Ruth Finholt, CEO Indian Wells Chamber of Commerce

LETTER FROM THE CHAIRMAN On behalf of the Indian Wells Chamber of Commerce and all its business partners, welcome to a true desert oasis—welcome to the City of Indian Wells. Whether you are a visitor here on business or pleasure, a seasonal valley resident or a full-time resident, we wish your experience in Indian Wells to be one of total relaxation and rejuvenation while you enjoy the experience that is Indian Wells. Our city boasts four world-class resorts; spa accommodations for the body, mind and spirit; world-class tennis; and awardwinning golf. At the hub of everything is



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the IW Club, our gift of fine dining, meeting facilities, spectacular views and a friendly home atmosphere geared for your foursome or the entire family. Our local businesses, restaurants and shopping are here to round out your experience, whether it’s fine French cuisine, ice cold margaritas, world-class boutiques and specialty shops or a day with the animals at the Living Desert. Indian Wells is unparalleled as a vacation destination.

We invite you to use our guide as your primary business resource and please consider our members for all of your needs. These businesses have invested in our lovely community and the Indian Wells Chamber of Commerce and deserve your support. And when you visit them, be sure to let them know you got their names from this guide. Once again, welcome to Indian Wells! Keith Brinson, Chairman of the Board Indian Wells Chamber of Commerce

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MISSION STATEMENT To enhance the economic vitality and long term prosperity for businesses and residents through networking and promotion. We are committed to positive leadership and a superior quality of life in Indian Wells and surrounding communities.

This is a Village Profile® Publication created and produced for the

Indian Wells Chamber of Commerce 74-900 Highway 111 • Indian Wells, CA 92210 Phone: (760) 346-7095 • Fax: (760) 346-7605 Web site: E-mail: Copyright© 2011, inc.® 33 N. Geneva St., Elgin, IL 60120 • 800-600-0134® Every effort has been made to assure the accuracy of the information in this publication. The Chamber and® assume no responsibility for misinformation. Please contact the Chamber with any additions or corrections. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission of the Chamber and® is prohibited. CEO/President Daniel M. Nugara Executive Vice President Joseph C. Nugara, Sr. Director of Business Operations Michael D. Nugara Vice President Gordy Swinehart Acquisition Manager Lini Handy Project Sales Manager Mike Avila Project Coordinator Jodie Stackowiak Director of Production Joseph C. Nugara, Jr. Production Manager Nick Olah Creative Director Sarah Kavanagh Graphic Production Stacey R. Cordero Ad Coordinator Director Stefanie Mikutis Ad Design Manager Kerri Reaves Staff Writer Carly Xagas MultiAd recycles all paper and aluminum in the print production area, as well as all fluorescent light bulbs. We also use vegetable oil based inks, low VOC solvents and alcohol free fountain solutions in the press room. Through October 2010, MultiAd has recycled 860,467 pounds of paper which translates to saving: 7,314 trees, 3,011,610 gallons of water, 163,487 gallons of oil, 1,291 cubic yards of landfill space, 1,720,920 kilowatt hours and 25,814 pounds of air pollutants. We also recycled 21.5 tons of aluminum plates.




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COMMUNITY INTRODUCTION Indian Wells, California’s premier desert resort city, is an exceptional place to live, work and play. The quality of life is outstanding, with numerous cultural and social activities along with world-class resorts and championship golf courses. The BNP Paribas Open at the Indian Wells Tennis Gardens beckons tennis fans from all over the world to the second-largest tennis facility in the nation. The Desert Hall Indian Wells Series boasts some of the most politically acclaimed speakers in the United States, such as Condoleezza Rice, Pervez Musharraf and Newt Gingrich. Indian Wells, well known as the ultimate vacation oasis, is a prime venue for four of the most lavish resorts: Marriott’s Renaissance Esmeralda, Hyatt Grand Champions Resort & Spa, the Miramonte



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Resort and Spa and the Indian Wells Resort Hotel. Collectively, these hotels have 1,416 luxuriously appointed rooms, with spas that are rivaled by none. But that’s not all. First-class shopping, exceptional dining and a myriad of recreational activities offer endless diversions for residents and guests. Whether you are visiting Indian Wells or are fortunate enough to live here, we invite you to explore the endless opportunities that are here for the taking. If golf is your game, the valley hosts a multitude of professional golf tournaments throughout the year. The Indian Wells Golf Resort, located in the heart of Indian Wells, was proud to host the 2007 Skins game on the world-famous Celebrity Course. The course was designed by Clive Clark and opened for play in November 2006. This course’s design ensures challenges and rewards for players of all skill levels. The very lush Player’s Course, with breathtaking

mountain views and an abundance of desert flowers, is a distraction from your golf game, but one you are sure to enjoy. Indian Wells provides a wide range of amenities and services for its 5,200 full-time residents who call Indian Wells their home during the winter months. A friendly business community of shopping centers, financial services, stores, shops and restaurants such as Le St. Germain, Vicky’s of Santa Fe, Ruth Chris Steakhouse, Amore Ristorante, Firecliff, It’s a Deli, Morton’s Steakhouse, Chophouse, the “Nest,” plus many more are supported by the Indian Wells Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber’s sole purpose is to ensure the success of businesses in this and surrounding communities. The amenities provided by Mother Nature include an average temperature of 74 degrees and an average of 350 days of sunshine! Visit Indian Wells, a true desert oasis. d


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HISTORY The City of Indian Wells was named for an old Cahuilla Indian water hole that was a major water source for local area tribes. The well appears to have been built around 1850 and shows up on early state and railroad maps. After gold was discovered in the Colorado River in 1863, the well served as a watering point for prospectors, pioneers and stage line passengers along the famous Bradshaw Trail. There are recorded references to stopping for water at the “Indian Well.” The Southern Pacific Railroad line that traveled through Coachella Valley also passed through the future site of Indian Wells. In 1870, as both rail and state traffic grew, a more efficient well was constructed by the County of Riverside. The new well was located approximately 100 feet south of the abandoned Native American village that had grown up around the original well. Through the early twentieth century, the new well served thousands of travelers in addition to the area’s first permanent residents. Those first settlers began residing in the area in the late 1800s and a post office was soon established. By the late 1910s, Indian Wells was becoming known as a residential area. The date growing industry was also established around this same time, and by the 1920s Indian Wells was a thriving community. The town saw another growth spurt in the 1950s when Eldorado Country Club and the Indian Wells Country Club and Golf Course opened their doors. In 1957 the first property owners association was established and ten years later, a petition was filed with the state by the Citizens for the Incorporation of Indian Wells. Approximately 285 voters registered for the first city election in June of 1967. The voters overwhelmingly voted to incorporate the area, creating California’s 400th city. Around this time the city also became a lure for celebrities and other famous personalities. For example, Hollywood entertainer and Indian Wells hotel owner Desi Arnaz was one of the developers of Indian Wells Country Club and Golf Course, and President

Dwight D. Eisenhower so appreciated the area that he designated it as his winter residence. Indian Wells’ prestigious golf and tennis tournaments were also a magnet for some of the biggest names in the country. Elected officials, including early developer and mayor Pete Peterson, established policies to maintain the city primarily as a residential community. Over the next few years, infrastructure was built to support the thriving town and its growing population. In the 1970s and 1980s, Indian Wells welcomed the Balboa Bay Club/Indian Wells, Desert Horizons Country Club and the city-owned Golf Resort at Indian Wells. Other developments included the conversion of the former Eldorado Polo Grounds into world-famous golf courses at the Vintage Club, the establishment of the Living Desert Botanical Gardens and Zoo and the construction of the Civic Center. The 1990s and 2000s saw concentration on infrastructure including construction of walking and bicycling paths, the under grounding of utilities and the construction of the over-crossing on Fred Waring Drive at the Whitewater Channel. Continued expansion during this time resulted in the transformation of the former Erawan Garden Hotel into the charming Miramonte Resort and Spa. The four major hotel properties in Indian Wells, the Miramonte, the Hyatt

Grand Champions, the Renaissance Esmeralda and Indian Wells Resort Hotel, generate more than 60 percent of the Indian Wells operating budget. The Indian Wells Golf Resort currently sports two newly designed 18-hole championship courses and a magnificent new 55,000-square-foot clubhouse, the IW Club, for the enjoyment of both residents and visitors. In the late 1990s, the city annexed 387 acres of land in its sphere of influence and the Indian Wells Tennis Garden was constructed. A world renowned tennis tournament, currently known as the BNP Paribas Open, is held during the month of March and attracts large crowds who flock to Indian Wells to watch the best players in the world. The community has been recognized as one of the U.S. cities with the highest national incomes and is well known for its philanthropy and support of important causes in the desert. The population in Indian Wells has grown to approximately 5,200 residents and nearly doubles in size during the winter months. d




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Indian Wells is proximally situated; both Los Angeles and San Diego are approximately 120 miles from Indian Wells, while Santa Barbara is located about 220 miles from the city. Phoenix is 250 miles from Indian Wells and Las Vegas is 300 miles away.

There are a number of airports serving Indian Wells. Palm Springs International Airport is just 30 minutes away, while Ontario Airport and John Wayne Airport are 90 minutes away. Meanwhile, Los Angeles International Airport, Burbank Airport and San Diego Airport are two hours from Indian Wells. Cardiff Limousine & Transportation, 760-568-1403, and My Chauffer Limo Service, 760-221-4001, provide service to and from all airports in the surrounding areas. Rental cars are also available at many different locations in the valley. The area is also serviced by several major highways, such as Interstate 10, the major

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TOURISM Indian Wells is renowned as a California resort town and has been since the beginning of the twentieth century. Visitors to the community can choose from the 1,460 hotel rooms at the four major hotels: the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort, Hyatt Grand Champions Resort, Spa & Villas, the Miramonte Resort and the Indian Wells Resort Hotel. All offer scenic mountain views and provide a range of leisure and corporate amenities. Indian Wells also boasts a number of attractions and events that appeal to all ages. One of the most popular tourist destinations in the area is The Living Desert, a desert conservation area whose mission is to conserve a portion of the Colorado Desert in its natural state through preservation, education and appreciation. The Living Desert was established in 1970 by several trustees of the Palm Springs Desert Museum who foresaw the impact that resort development would have on their local desert ecosystem. For almost four decades The Living Desert has been engaged in the important work of preserving, conserving and interpreting the desert and all its varied plant and animal life. Even as they take immense pride in their accomplishments over the last 40 years, they remain as dedicated as ever to the goals that initially

combined ATP World Tour Masters 1000 and Sony Ericsson WTA Tour Premier event featuring the best of men’s and Nestled at the base of the Santa women’s tennis. It is hosted at Rosa Mountains, The Living the Indian Wells Tennis Garden Desert is home to rare desert against the scenic backdrop of animals including meerkats, majestic desert mountain coyotes, bighorn sheep and endangered African cheetahs. Ten terrain, and in 2010, attracted 339,657 fans, making different desert ecosystems are found in the attraction’s botanical gardens. Tram rides are available to see the desert scenery and the animals that call The Living Desert their home. There are numerous hiking trails for those who enjoy the rugged landscape and like to picnic along the way. The Living Desert also offers student, family and kid, adult and volunteer programs for those who aim to get even more involved with the cause. Plan your visit to The Living Desert at

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Although it is mostly known as a residential community, Indian Wells is rich in art and cultural offerings. For example, the state-of-theart McCallum Theatre for the Performing Arts in nearby Palm Desert spotlights artists, performers and theater and dance companies from across the globe. The 1,125-seat theater is also the performance venue for the Indian Wells Desert Symphony. Another popular attraction is the Desert Town Hall of Indian Wells, which since 1993 has brought some of the top

international speakers to the community. Supported by sponsors, foundations and ticket sales, the program has featured in recent years Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin

Netanhahu, John Walsh, President George Bush, Senator Bob Dole, Margaret Thatcher, Vice President Dick Cheney, General Norman Schwarzkopf and General Colin Powell. A popular outdoor event is The Indian Wells Arts Festival, held annually at the end of March through early April. This event draws 200 artists and more than 90,000 visitors. Activities include glass blowing, rock sculpting, painting and weaving demonstrations, and special exhibits as well as children’s activities, wine tasting, musical entertainment and refreshments. The festival is also home to the Indian Wells Chamber of Commerce Chef Masterpiece. This popular annual event showcases the signature dishes and culinary delights includes Indian Wells top chefs surrounded by the natural beauty of the Indian Wells Tennis Gardens and the artistic works of renowned artists. Another popular arts and entertainment event is the Palm Springs International Film Festival, of which the City of Indian Wells has been a Presenting Sponsor, supporting the festival through its



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Cultural and Promotional Activities grant process. One of the largest film festivals in the country, attracting an audience of more than 90,000, the festival each January presents more than 200 films from some 60 countries. The festival’s annual Awards Gala acknowledges those in the entertainment industry with honors for acting, directing, achievement in film scoring and life achievement. Honorees of recent years have included Shirley MacLaine, Sidney Pollack, Cate Blanchett and Kate Winslet. As a Presenting Sponsor, Indian Wells has presented six selections for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Film, a special presentation known as the Indian Wells Series. Free screenings have also been held for residents at the Indian Wells Theater at Cal State University, San Bernardino-Palm Desert Campus. There are numerous arts and entertainment venues a short drive from Indian Wells. For example, the Palm Springs Art Museum is an educational institution spotlighting art, natural science and performing arts through collections, exhibitions and programs. Founded in 1938, the museum’s permanent art collection highlights 19th, 20th and 21st century works examining contemporary California, classic western American, Native American and Pre-Columbian art. The museum’s Natural Science department offers biology and archaeology field trips and exhibitions. The museum also has a theater and offers science and art classes, hikes, lectures and other special events. Indian Wells residents have received free tickets to city-sponsored special exhibitions at the museum. d

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SHOPPING & DINING Looking to dine in? Head to Kitchen Kitchen for all your hard-to-find kitchen utensils. The store even offers cooking classes, including exceptionally interesting cooking adventures like avocado ice cream, and has been ranked the number one kitchen shop in Palm Springs by Desert Magazine. Retail opportunities abound in and around Indian Wells, from bargain buys to exclusive one-of-a-kind purchases. Shoppers have discovered that the community’s resorts provide a range of high-end shopping excursions. And those willing to make a short drive will not be disappointed by the size, scope and selection of retail opportunities. In nearby Palm Desert, the renowned Gardens on El Paseo offers shoppers an expansive offering of retail options. Known as the “Rodeo Drive of the Desert,” the Gardens on El Paseo provides shoppers with all the class of Beverly Hills shopping—locally. Anthropologie and Teavana are the stores that most recently opened their doors at the mall. An even more exclusive shopping mall has opened adjacent from the Gardens on El Paseo, El Paseo Village. El Paseo Village offers such upscale shopping as Banana Republic, Between The Sheets, Bebe, Janie and Jack, Juicy Couture, Kate Spade, Lucky Brand Jeans and the delicious Mastro’s Steakhouse to soothe the appetite your shopping trip will inevitably work up. This up-and-coming 41,000-square-foot shopping destination is

owned by Evanston, Illinois-based Davis Street Land Company. Between the two tandem shopping centers, such stores as Tiffany and Co., Saks Fifth Avenue, Tommy Bahama and several more are open to the public, with numerous others opening soon. From a dining perspective, what Indian Wells lacks in quantity, it excels in quality. The city boasts a small number of top restaurants riddled with award-winning chefs who play up their connection to the region’s pastoral environment and fresh California ingredients. It’s a Deli serves a yummy breakfast and lunch, with fresh selections daily. Homemade soup and sandwiches are their specialty! The deli is a favorite of the locals and the owners Karen and Marty are always there to greet you with a smile. Cave Bistro, the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa’s restaurant, offers guests a bistro-style dining option for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Their award-winning “Sirocco” restaurant presents a tantalizing and sophisticated Italian menu. For nightly

entertainment, join friends at the very innovative Stir Lounge. Lantana, the Hyatt Grand Champions’ contemporary open-air restaurant with spectacular mountain and golf course views, is newly remodeled and features signature desert-inspired cocktails and their very own Agave Sunset Tequila. Grove Artisan Kitchen at the Miramonte Hotel & Spa is a restaurant rich in local influence, true to the vast culinary skills of a great chef. It is a perfect stop for extraordinary seasonal cuisine. For lighter fare, the Vineyard Lounge features an impressive wine list and an innovative cocktail and martini list. Loren Restaurant at the Indian Wells Resort Hotel features sumptuous American continental cuisine and one of the finest wine cellars in the desert. Cocktail hour begins at the contemporary, elegant Jake’s Lounge. Sports enthusiasts can catch the


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all create an inviting atmosphere. Vicky’s is comfortable yet upscale and can accommodate guests arriving straight off the golf course or dressed for a big night out on the town. The lounge is home to some of the best musical entertainment and dinner shows in the desert. It is also popular with groups seeking private dining.

game on Jake’s widescreen video monitors. The IW Club, celebrated as one of the best culinary destinations in the Palm Springs area, offers a myriad of dining options. Whether a large social gathering or an intimate dinner for two, the many venues of the IW Club provide the perfect atmosphere for any event. To delight your palate, all of their culinary creations are served with a “California Fresh” influence. The Ruth Chris Steakhouse serves their famous steaks seared to perfection at 1800 degrees and topped with fresh butter so they sizzle all the way to your table. With market fresh seafood and more, you have a difficult decision on your hands. Just when you think it can’t get any better, end the perfect meal with some sweet treats.



Morton’s Steakhouse has used the same suppliers for their aged prime beef since day one. Morton’s hand picks their prime beef and nothing but the best is selected. When they say that they offer "The Best Steak... Anywhere," they mean it! The Chop House is a prime cut above, in culinary excellence, personalized service and relaxed sophistication. They serve fine steaks and chops, butchered inhouse and grilled the classic way, allowing flavors and tenderness to develop fully. They feature all natural premium angus beef, USDA prime aged steaks & chops, fresh seasonal fish and shellfish, California’s freshest seasonal vegetables and boast a wine cellar with 3,500 choices. Le St. Germain has been described by Zagat as a “French oasis in the desert.” With a fusion

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of French cuisine served with California flair amidst an exquisite bistro setting, the service is as exceptional as the menu. Some of the restaurant’s signature entrees include filet mignon with Roquefort and Syrah au jus, herb crusted rack of lamb and seared diver scallops in coconut lobster broth. The restaurant is equipped for private dining and outdoor seating and also offers a main dining room and a bar area. Vicky’s of Santa Fe has been on the desert scene for over 20 years and has consistently offered great American food, great service and great prices. Experience the comforts of this premier Indian Wells restaurant that features old-world adobe architecture, Mexican pavers, dramatic 14foot double doors, high ceilings, three separate dining rooms, a bar and a piano lounge, which

The Nest Restaurant & Piano Bar, which boasts being “Indian Wells’ most famous restaurant and nightclub,” is a long-time local favorite, featuring cuisine from France, Switzerland and Italy. The cozy European atmosphere is enhanced by a world-famous piano bar known to be frequented by celebrities, entertainers and sports stars. Since 1993, Tim Burleson has appeared nightly at the Nest’s piano bar, sporting a wide range of musical talent to suit any crowd. A sampling of the entrees offered includes seafood pasta, veal marsala, eggplant parmesan, frog legs, lamb loin grilled and medallion of beef. All tastes are accounted for at this unique dining establishment. No matter what shopping or dining adventure you aim to have, Indian Wells and its surrounding area has got you covered! d

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HOMES & RESIDENTIAL LIVING Existing single-family home prices in Indian Wells range from a half million dollars to well into the millions. The Indian Wells home market encompasses both contemporary and traditional housing styles, with many properties offering scenic views of the desert, golf courses and the beautiful Santa Rosa mountain range. The community also has a number of condominium properties. New housing developments in the early 2000s helped drive up the price of homes throughout the Coachella Valley. During that time, according to city figures, the assessed valuation of Indian Wells real estate reached more than $3.1 billion, a jump of more than one hundred percent from 1990. The current economy has affected real estate values nationwide but Indian Wells has been less affected by the current market than most American cities. The 5,200 residents of Indian Wells share some 15 square miles of soil. Each winter, they are joined by as many as 6,000 parttime residents who spend three to six months in the community.

The permanent resident figure has jumped 36.3 percent* since the 2000 Census. Indian Wells, in fact, experienced the same population growth as other cities in the Coachella Valley and Riverside County. The cost of living index for Indian Wells is at 186 percent of the national index. Other census data shows that the median family income is nearly $126,650, one of the highest figures for any Riverside County community. The average age of residents is 63.4 years and nearly 40 percent of the town’s residents have a college degree. Southern California Edison provides electricity in the western region of Coachella Valley, while the Imperial Irrigation District does the same in the eastern region. Natural gas is provided by Southern California Gas Company. Water for local residences is provided by the Coachella Valley Water District. Meanwhile, Burrtec Waste and Recycling handles residential trash pickup and recycling throughout most of the Coachella Valley.

Along with the year-round recreational activities of swimming, golf and tennis that Indian Wells residents have come to expect, residents can take advantage of certain incentives and amenities through the city’s Residential Benefit Program. To receive their Resident ID Card, residents must present proof of home ownership at City Hall. Some of the amenities available include discounts at the Indian Wells Golf Resort, BNP Paribas Open and all four Indian Wells hotel properties. The city and its partners also host several exclusive resident events throughout the year including Coffee and Conversation, Patio Parties, summer socials and annual State of the City evening. Residents are also able to take advantage of the IW Club, Satellite Library, Community Garden, extensive GO GREEN sustainability program, Housing Stimulus Plan and top-rated medical and academic institutions. To learn more, visit ate/resident-benefits. d

Top 10 Reasons to Move to Indian Wells 1. Best location in the Coachella Valley—only a two-hour drive to snow skiing and beaches. 2. The award-winning IW Club and Indian Wells Golf Resort. 3. First-class resident amenities including championship golf, tennis, spas, dining and shopping. 4. Innovative and effective city government that promotes financial stability. 5. Safest city in the Coachella Valley with outstanding public services. 6. Sheer beauty—palm trees, mountains, immaculate neighborhoods and a tranquil setting. 7. Best winter weather in North America with an annual average of 350 days of sunshine. 8. A dynamic cultural environment that embraces the arts, education and philanthropy. 9. A sustainable city that supports preservation of natural resources. 10. An exceptional quality of life and a sense of community beyond compare. Source:

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Indian Wells boasts the highly rated Gerald Ford Elementary School, which educates and nurtures some 750 students from distinct backgrounds. It is part of the Desert Sands Unified School District. The school attendance area draws from a range of families, from those living in apartments to those who reside in country club areas. Coverage area includes the cities of Indian Wells, Palm Desert and La Quinta. The Gerald Ford Elementary School is staffed with more than 30 teachers, a resource specialist, a counselor and several shared or part-time staff such as paraprofessionals, a physical education teacher/computer technician, a speech therapist, a psychologist and a nurse. An active Parents Club conducts numerous programs and activities throughout the school year and also publishes a newsletter. The Desert Sands Unified School District is one of three districts in Coachella Valley. The other two are the Palm Springs Unified School District and the Coachella Unified

School District. All three districts are expanding with new and remodeled schools to meet a growing population. In 2005, Palm Desert High School was named one of the 192 California Distinguished High Schools in the state. The area also offers a number of private schools: the Marywood-Palm Valley, Christian School of the Desert, Palm Springs Christian School, St. Margaret’s Episcopal School, the Indio Christian Academy and Xavier College Prep. There are also a number of local higher education institutions offering opportunities for bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business, education and other disciplines, as well as workforce skills in numerous disciplines: the new California State University, San Bernardino-Palm Desert campus; the University of California, Riverside’s Richard J. Heckmann International

Center for Entrepreneurial Management campus; and the College of the Desert. Chapman University and University of Phoenix also offer campus-oriented and online courses in the Coachella Valley. Residents can also utilize the Rancho Mirage Public Library, which offers services and resources focusing on the informational, educational and cultural needs of Indian Wells. A cooperative agreement with the City of Indian Wells allows residents to use the library and its services at no cost simply by obtaining a valid library card. The card also allows residents to utilize all libraries in the Coachella Valley, as well as libraries in the State Public Library System. d




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Real Estate


How to Protect Your Assets in the United States and Mexico By Lucille J. Boston, Esq. here is an old warning, “We do not want to get to the top of the ladder and realize we’re against the wrong wall.”


In purchasing real estate both in the United States and in Mexico, there are two ladders you can climb: (1) to secure your property from theft and hold it in privacy and peace of mind or (2) to proudly hold it in your personal name or corporate name for the world to see. With the escalating crime of identity theft, which now is targeting lucrative real property, and the abundance of frivolous lawsuits against doctors and others in high-risk occupations, it is urgent that one climb up a ladder to security and privacy rather than holding assets in his own name or unsecured corporation. The ladder to security is inscribed with the words “A thief cannot steal what he cannot find.” Identity theft has no cure or vaccination to prevent it except using self-help to keep the epidemic from infecting you and spreading to your assets. Imagine returning from vacation to find someone else living in your home. Imagine trying to open an escrow to sell your home only to find out that someone else had just sold it. Imagine the living nightmare of having your personal and professional relationships destroyed by a new type of “fatal attraction” identity thief who when discovered does not flee but goes on the attack with blackmail, smear tactics, and threats against you and your family’s and supporter’s lives and does a new form of dirty harassment every day, such as changing your addresses and airline flights, making nightly vile telephone calls to keep you awake, and even killing your dog.

I do not have to imagine any of this. I have been living it for seven years. I wrote this book, Preventing Real Estate Theft, so that you and your loved ones never have to experience the horror of having your property and lives stolen. The first part of the book describes how the dirty game of real property theft is played and orchestrated and used in the United States and in foreign countries with Mexico as an example. It is a prologue to the rest of the chapters, which illustrate how to prevent this nightmare from happening to you. Once such a villainous identity thief gets his claws into his victim, he is like a tiger with a piece of meat between his teeth, never letting go. The victim’s life can never be the same. The second part of the book builds on the elements in the true story that could have gone differently and details the legal skills to adapt in real property matters in the United States and abroad. The book also covers steps to take in protecting your identity, personal and corporate, as well as advice on keeping your personal information private without hindering your social life or freedom to travel. You will learn:

n How a thief targets his victim and gathers information

n What steps to take when purchasing property in the United States and in foreign countries

n Insider advice on the greatest tool of protecting real estate in the United States – Land Trusts – including a large appendix of sample legal documents.

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About the


Attorney Lucille Boston is founder and president of a law firm practicing primarily real estate and asset protection law. As a member of the American Bar Association International Division, she studied Mexico’s new foreign investment law under NAFTA and traveled with the U.S. Justice Department to China and Japan to secure trade relationships. As an inheritance tax referee, appointed by the governor of California, she has delivered more than 500 speeches on estate planning and asset protection to civic organizations as well as to the California Army National Guard, who appreciated her advice so much that they made her an honorary colonel. She has served on the condominium association board of governors, often as president, for several properties throughout the United States and in Mexico, and she is the founder of a rail-car company, hailed by the Wall Street Journal as a success story in the article “Developing a Unique Investment Program.” She is still a rail-industry executive, and has served on the California Governor’s Council on Economic Development. Ms. Boston has been named Woman of the Year by several organizations, listed in Who’s Who in California, and featured in many newspapers and other publications, in articles titled “Profile in Commitment,” “She Didn’t Rest on One Success,” and “Is It Really a Man’s World?” Ms. Boston holds a Juris Doctor of Law degree, and in addition to her license to practice law in California, including before the Supreme Court of California, she is licensed to practice before the U.S. Central District Court of California, the U.S. Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court. To learn more about Lucille and her book Preventing Real Estate Theft, visit

TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Part 1: My Story • The Theft of Real Property Held in My Personal Name • Corporate Identity Theft • Do Not Count on the Courts or Law Enforcement Appendix: Sample Forms and Documents for Asset Protection

Part 2: How to Protect Your Assets in the United States and Mexico • The Lessons I Learned • Tools for Real Property Protection in Mexico • Tools for Protecting Your Identity and Assets in the United States • Land Trusts and Corporations



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committed business strategies. The Chamber supports both the Fortune 500 companies that flock to Indian Wells for business conferences, as well as the growing number of banks, stock brokerage firms and accounting offices that have set up shop in the area. Taxable retail sales in Indian Wells’ resorts and retail centers along the Highway 111 corridor have dramatically increased in the last decade, and as of 2003, total taxable sales in Indian Wells reached more than $67 million while per capita spending amounted to more than $14,000. Some of the strongest growth has been witnessed in the community’s non-hotel-affiliated restaurants, which reached some $12 million in annual sales during 2001 and 2002.

In addition to Indian Wells’ affluent residential base and a strong economic environment, businesses can also prosper from the Coachella Valley’s healthy economy. In recent years, thousands of new housing permits have been issued, the majority for the eastern half of Coachella Valley. The Coachella Valley has also been labeled a “hotbed” for entrepreneurial types by Palm Springs Life Magazine, as the area is known for its devotion to green energy and healthcare, among other healthy business sectors. With nearly eternal sunshine at 350 days per year, a climate bordering on perfection with an average temperature of 74 degrees and a small-town resort atmosphere that leaves you feeling as if you’re on a perpetual vacation, many have found that the landscape is ideal for not only play, but work as well. d


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HEALTHCARE Indian Wells is served by a number of top-rated healthcare services based in the Coachella Valley, including three distinguished hospitals: the Desert Regional Medical Center, JFK Memorial Hospital and Eisenhower Medical Center. There are also numerous clinics and specialized healthcare facilities, coupled with countless private practices, offering everything from dentistry and internal medicine to chiropractic care and optometry.

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Located in nearby Indio, JFK Memorial Hospital specializes in a wide spectrum of healthcare services, including cardiac and vascular care, orthopedics, surgical services, obstetrics, rehabilitation services and women’s health. JFK Memorial also offers emergency care 24/7, ambulatory surgery center, imaging services and an outpatient rehabilitation center. It is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.

Part of Tenet HealthSystem, the Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs not only provides a number of medical services including cancer care, cardiovascular care, women’s health services, bariatrics and orthopedics, among many others, but it also offers a variety of community programs, classes and events. Recognized for its Center of Excellence in oncology, cardiovascular and orthopedic services, the Eisenhower Medical Center is equipped with a 253bed hospital, the Annenberg Center for Health Sciences, the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center and the acclaimed Betty Ford Center. The medical center is currently expanding its Emergency Department, slated for completion in 2008, and is building a new inpatient pavilion to meet the growing needs of its patient-base. In 2005, Eisenhower Medical Center was recognized as one of the 100 Top Hospitals by Solucient—making it only one of six hospitals in the State of California to receive such an honor.

JFK Memorial Hospital was founded in 1966 by a group of physicians; the original 112-bed Indio Community Hospital has grown to the 158-bed hospital JFK Memorial is today. On April 15, 2009, the hospital received the American Heart Association’s Get-With-TheGuidelines Gold Performance Achievement Award for both coronary artery disease and heart failure. The medical center has received a five-star rating for its clinical excellence in joint replacement surgery and stroke care by HealthGrades, too, thus

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placing it among the top 10 percent of hospitals in the nation. JFK Memorial is also doing its part with the community by offering community-wide support groups and classes, especially for new and expectant mothers. Pregnant couples can benefit from the New Birth Experience, which offers a tour of the birthing department by a nurse who can answer questions you may have about the upcoming birth of your baby. Tours are held on Thursday evenings; for further information, call 760-775-8174. Sweet Success is another class that may interest pregnant patients who find themselves afflicted by gestational diabetes. For information about this program, call 760775-2607. The High Risk Infant Follow Up Clinic, too, aids with the birthing process. A nurse, an occupational therapist and a


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neonatologist follow up with babies discharged from the NICU in order to ensure the infant’s health. To confirm or change an appointment, call 760-775-8481. JFK Memorial also offers a free lecture series from October through April concerning a variety of topics of interest. For a list of upcoming lectures, visit the website at For Indian Wells’ senior population, a wealth of assisted living facilities, home hospice care services and retirement communities are located throughout the region. A notable nursing and residential care home in the area is Vista Cove Senior Living of Rancho Mirage. And for those needing services at home, Vitas Innovative Hospice Care, and Home Instead Senior Care are available. Additionally, several retirement communities are located in nearby communities with popular choices including SoCal Housing: Mountain View Villas in Indian Wells and Prowatch

Homecare and Fountains Retirement Communities. Indian Wells is also home to one location of a three-facility network of diagnostic imaging centers, Desert Medical Imaging (DMI). DMI provides services in high field and open magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), spiral computed tomography imaging (CT), ultrasound and positron emission tomography imaging (PET/CT). DMI sets itself apart as a center that is committed to same-day appointments and speedy results. The staff is largely bilingual and includes licensed technologists and board-certified radiologists who report to Medical Director Dr. John F. Feller. On-site transcription and billing as well as patient transportation upon request are just a few of the perks of utilizing DMI for your imaging needs. d

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BUYER’S GUIDE ACCOUNTING SERVICES Brennan & Company Dylan Brennan 73-140 Hwy. 111, #5 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 346-1487 • Fax: (760) 346-2187 ADVERTISING Desert Yellow Pages Stacey Rasada 71847 Hwy. 111, Ste. C Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 341-3034 • Fax: (760) 568-3257 AIR CONDITIONING Maple Leaf Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning Dorothy Hamilton 74330 Alessandro Dr. Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 346-6758 • Fax: (760) 776-4037 AIRPORTS Palm Springs International Airport Mark Kiehl 34-000 E. Tahquitz, Ste. OFC Palm Springs, CA 92262 (760) 318-3807 • Fax: (760) 318-3815 APPRAISERS Action Appraisal Services Judy Gaudiano 73-280 El Paseo Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 779-9669 • Fax: (760) 773-5592 ARCHITECTS David Middleton, Draftsman David Middleton 74-478 Hwy. 111, #145 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 668-5913 AUTO PAINT PROTECTION Master Shield Coby Lundy 78015 Wildcat, #102 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 772-3072 • Fax: (760) 772-3075 coby@mastershieldprotection AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS & SERVICES I-10 Collision Center Mike Oh 31248 Dunham Way Thousand Palms, CA 92276 (760) 343-1115 • Fax: (760) 343-3336 Kim’s Automotive Mike Oh 74-877 Joni Dr., Space #7 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 346-2443 • Fax: (760) 341-7626 AUTOMOBILE SALES & SERVICES Fiesta Ford Lincoln Mercury Ron Olson 78-990 Varner Rd. Indio, CA 92203 (760) 772-8000 • Fax: (760) 772-8019 BANKS Desert Commercial Bank Robin Calder 44801 Village Ct. Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 340-7595 • Fax: (760) 340-7599

Pacific Western Bank Robert Anzalone 74-750 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 836-0870 Palm Desert National Bank Eileen Eske-Berger 73-745 El Paseo Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 674-1441 • Fax: (760) 674-1441 BARBER SHOPS Patio Barber Shop Joe Hernandez 45-056 Larkspur Ln. Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 346-6786 BEAUTY SALONS & SERVICES Ermanno Militi Hair Artistry Ermanno Militi P.O. Box 12004 Palm Desert, CA 92255 (818) 207-0053 • Fax: (760) 200-0364 BOOKKEEPING SERVICES The NestEggg Group, LLC Robert Jeffrey Wolter 258 N. Palm Canyon Palm Springs, CA 92262 (760) 322-4622 • Fax: (866) 902-0435 BUILDING MATERIALS Stone Revolution, Inc. Joseph Garcia 44-489 Towne Center Way, #D-202 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 341-1010 • Fax: (760) 346-8560 The Works Floor & Wall Michael Collins 979 S. Gene Autry Trl. Palm Springs, CA 92262 (760) 770-5778 • Fax: (760) 770-5715 CABLE TELEVISION Time Warner Cable Kathi Jacobs 41-725 Cook St. Palm Desert, CA 92211 (760) 340-1312 CARPET Powers Carpet One Gary Powers 71-685 Hwy. 111 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 346-0523 • Fax: (760) 346-2391 www.carpetone CASINOS Spotlight 29 Casino Jason Kesselstein 46-200 Harrison Pl. Coachella, CA 92236 (760) 775-2930 • Fax: (760) 775-0216 CATERERS Garcia’s Mexican Caterers Rosa Garcia 83822 Avenida Verano Coachella, CA 92236 (760) 969-2079 • Fax: (760) 398-7553

First California Bank Tom Viscounty 78-000 Fred Waring Dr., #100 Palm Desert, CA 92211 (760) 674-9260 • Fax: (760) 674-9285

CEMETERY/MORTUARY/CREMATORY Forest Lawn Memorial Park & Mortuary Larry Davis 69855 E. Ramon Rd. Cathedral City, CA 92234 (760) 328-3137 • Fax: (760) 324-1715

One West Bank Corey Allen 74-990 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 341-5652 • Fax: (760) 341-5656

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Brabo, Carlsen, LLP Michael Brabo 1111 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way, Ste. 203 Palm Springs, CA 92262 (760) 320-0848

O’Brien, Miller & Blake, LLP Steven Miller 74-900 Hwy. 111, Ste. 115 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 851-0056 • Fax: (760) 346-0536

Transpay Processing Emil Billman P.O. Box 13830 Palm Desert, CA 92255 (760) 776-5954 • Fax: (760) 837-9070

CHIROPRACTIC CARE Gonstead Family Chiropractic Jeremy Moffittt, D.C. 80-150 Hwy. 111, Ste. C-5 Indio, CA 92201 (760) 863-0435 • Fax: (760) 863-0436

DENTISTS Bella Smiles Jaime Rojas 78-670 Hwy. 111 P.H.B. 215 La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 564-0955 • Fax: (760) 564-4826

CLOTHING Saks Fifth Avenue Palm Desert Eric Rodriguez 73-555 El Paseo Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 837-2900 • Fax: (760) 837-2999 COMPUTERS Computer Solutions Christian Manning 74923 US Hwy. 111, #159 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 834-1720 IMS Virtual Solutions Marcelo Domingues 74-930 Country Club Dr., Ste. 540-265 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (800) 800-4717 • Fax: (949) 419-1477 COMPUTERS - TRAINING Computer Training Specialist Blanca Pershke 74711 Dillon Rd., #522 Sky Valley, CA 92241 (760) 258-6417 CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES Brinson Construction Keith Brinson 44-306 Mesquite Dr. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 409-3506 • Fax: (760) 760-7704 CONTRACTORS Barnhart Balfour Beatty Layne Arthur 41-945 Boardwalk, Ste. D Palm Desert, CA 92264 (760) 553-2518 • Fax: (760) 297-2111 Desert Contractors Assn. Ron Phillips 45-311 Golf Center, #A Indio, CA 9220 (760) 200-9202 • Fax: (760) 200-9204 Lippert Construction, Inc. Dave Lippert P.O. Box 5477 La Quinta, CA 92248 (760) 863-5700 • Fax: (760) 863-5701 COUNTRY CLUBS Eldorado Country Club Nida Pitts 74460 Fairway Dr. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 346-8081 • Fax: (760) 423-1597 Indian Wells Country Club Nicole Reynolds 46-000 Club Dr. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 345-2561 • Fax: (760) 360-9492 CREDIT CARD PROCESSING All Card Processing Stephanie Huber P.O. Box 1683 La Quinta, CA 92247 (760) 777-8511 • Fax: (760) 777-8088

Mallory Stechishin, DDS 74-900 Hwy. 111, Ste. 200 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 568-2000 • Fax: (760) 568-3577 DEVELOPERS HUH Consulting Group Heinz Huffman 48499 Stillwater Dr. La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 564-2981 Indian Wells Crossing Michael Kiner 70-177 Hwy. 111, Ste. 200 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 324-3360 • Fax: (760) 324-3367 Ryerson Company Diana Cooney 7250 N. 16th St., Ste. #410 Phoenix, AZ 85020-5264 (602) 216-9000 • Fax: (602) 678-4444 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Riverside County Development Work Force Stacey George 44199 Monroe St., #8 Indio, CA 92201 (760) 863-5200 EDUCATION College of the Desert Pam LiCalsi 43500 Monterey Ave. Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 773-2508 • Fax: (760) 773-0862 National University Online Info. Ctr. Olivia Horton 72840 Hwy. 111 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (909) 806-3300 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Brudvik Inc. Briana Jordan 600 S. Eugene Palm Springs, CA 92264 (760) 320-4429 • Fax: (760) 323-3302 Hegge Electrical Contractors Jim Hegge 83-852 Ave. 45 Indio, CA 92201 (760) 775-4855 • Fax: (760) 775-4854 ELECTRICIANS Dominick Carone Electric Dominick Carone 73-601 Stanton Dr. Thousand Palms, CA 92276 (760) 275-6264 • Fax: (760) 343-4848 ENTERTAINMENT A Musical Affair Craig Michaels La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 619-3276

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ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTIONS Big Band Bonanza Lynn Stalmaster-Nobles P.O. Box 1552 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 328-4459 • Fax: (760) 328-7148

GENERAL CONTRACTORS J.H. Thompson & Sons, Inc. Jackson Thompson 79-607 Country Club Dr., #2 Bermuda Dunes, CA 92203 (760) 345-6003 • Fax: (760) 345-0525

Palm Springs Celebrity Tours Tim Bannister 67-555 E. Palm Canyon Dr. Cathedral City, CA 92234 (760) 770-2700 • Fax: (800) 901-6465

GLASS/GLAZING Tandem West Glass Phil Nelissen P.O. Box 10020 Indio, CA 92202 (760) 391-4221 • Fax: (760) 391-4222

Palm Springs Follies Dolores Dey 125 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way, Ste. 209 Palm Springs, CA 92262 (760) 778-7654 • Fax: (760) 322-3196

GOLF CARTS Electric Car Dist. J. R. Thomas 71-441 Hwy. 111 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 346-5661 • Fax: (760) 346-7006

Songwriters Experience Rob Brondell 83-103 Ave. 48, Ste. 1B-244 Coachella, CA 92236 (760) 972-0926

GRAPHIC DESIGN Peter McMahon Graphic Services Peter McMahon 2810 Calle Loreto Palm Springs, CA 92264 (760) 770-8011 • Fax: (760) 770-8011

EVENT & CONFERENCE PLANNING Classic Party Rental Ryan Brown 72-009 Metroplex Dr. Thousand Palms, CA 92276 (760) 343-5110 • Fax: (760) 343-5111 FINANCIAL SERVICES Eagle Strategies LLC Dan Levine 75-280 Hwy. 111, Ste. 101-10 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 567-7714 Hatfield Wealth Strategies Kristin Hatfield 47610 Eisenhower Dr. La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 972-4613 ING Financial Partners Craig Rumbaugh 44-330 Michigan Ct. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 250-4536 • Fax: (888) 413-2998 Merrill Lynch Sanford Wheeler 74-800 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 862-1413 • Fax: (760) 208-4209 Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Anthony Maddelina 74910 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 776-6200 • Fax: (760) 776-6288 UBS Financial Services Lawrence Zech 75-280 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 568-1831 • Fax: (760) 341-5827 FLOOD RESPONSE Flood Response Gordon Oates 72064 Adelaid St. Thousand Palms, CA 92276 (760) 861-1542 • Fax: (760) 343-3934 FLORISTS Angels Crossing Studio Florist Patricia VanHowten 74-933 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 776-5880 • Fax: (760) 776-5880 J Ballow Signature Florist John Ballow 69-038 E. Palm Canyon Dr. Cathedral City, CA 92234 (760) 328-9600




Photo Colorgraphix Chase Allen 41-841 Beacon Hill, PD 92260 P.O. Box 10502 Palm Desert, CA 92255 (760) 568-1595 • Fax: (760) 343-5013 Scott Burch Design Scott Burch 75-280 Hwy. 111, Ste. 103 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 346-4400 GROCERS Bristol Farms Marilyn Hardin 915 E. 230th St. Carson, CA 90745 73-101 Country Club Dr. Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 674-0169

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Executive Urgent Care of Indian Wells Dr. David Tang 74-785 Hwy. 111, #100 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 250-8811 Dr. Linda Mak 74-900 Hwy. 111, #212 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 568-0209 • Fax: (760) 268-0184 Vista Cove Senior Living Floyd Rhoades 74-900 Hwy. 111, Ste. 225 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 565-0100 • Fax: (760) 262-3159 HEARING AIDS Advanced Hearing Systems Russell Foss 78-206 Varner Rd., #A Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 360-9944 • Fax: (760) 360-1188 HOME CARE ProWatch Homecare David Stanton 340 S. Farrell Dr., Ste. A102 Palm Springs, CA 92260 (760) 699-5830 • Fax: (760) 699-5832 drstanton@hotmail Senior Helpers Kerry Goss P.O. Box 2885 Palm Springs, CA 92263 (760) 778-5533 • Fax: (760) 778-9955 HOME CLEANING Angie’s Home Services Angie Velazco 67-390 Garbino Rd. Cathedral City, CA 92234 (760) 250-2905 HOME IMPROVEMENT La Quinta Patio Co. Daryl Wolf 40133 Calle Loma Entrada Indio, CA 92203 (760) 574-1043 • Fax: (760) 863-4335

HANDYMAN Mr. Handyman Steven Little 30-535 Gunther St. Thousand Palms, CA 92276 (760) 343-4158

HOSPITALS Desert Regional Medical Ctr. Paul Hackman, J.D. 1150 N. Indian Canyon Dr. Palm Springs, CA 92263 (760) 323-6138 • Fax: (760) 323-6330 paul.hackman@tenethealthcare

HEALTH & FITNESS Desert Pain Specialists Ruth Anderson, MD, MS 79440 Corporate Center Dr., #110 La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 625-1960 • Fax: (760) 625-1962

Eisenhower Medical Center Michael Landes 39000 Bob Hope Dr. Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 773-4553 • Fax: (760) 773-1850

Trig Enterprises Trig Magelssen 45-480 Cota Way Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 285-1505

JFK Memorial Hospital Linda Evans 47-111 Monroe St. Indio, CA 92201 (760) 775-8478 • Fax: (760) 775-8085

HEALTHCARE Care Review Resources, Inc. Anne P. Foster 75385 Riviera Dr., Ste. A Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 776-9723 • Fax: (714) 877-9109

HOTELS Embassy Suites Palm Desert Gina Rinaldo 74-700 Hwy. 111 Palm Desert, CA 922260 (760) 779-1859 • Fax: (760) 340-9519

Dr. Richard Nandi Chenik 74-785 Hwy. 111, #203 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 340-2829 • Fax: (760) 340-2846 Desert Eye Works Optometry Dr. Serena Ho 73-111 Country Club Dr. Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 779-8282 • Fax: (760) 779-0606 Desert Medical Imaging Lisa Ford 74-785 Hwy. 111, Ste. 101 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 776-8989 • Fax: (760) 776-8990

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Homewood Suites Laura Ellsworth 45-200 Washington St. La Quinta, CA (760) 391-4600 • Fax: (760) 391-4601 HUMAN RESOURCES Sherlock Management Consulting Helga Sherlock 81-910 Sea Biscuit Way La Quinta, CA (818) 406-9681 • Fax: (760) 398-1599

INSURANCE American Financial Insurance Services Roy Ferguson 71-650 Sahara Rd., #3 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 568-9090 • Fax: (760) 568-9696 EgggNest Ins. Svcs. Mark Field 258 N. Palm Canyon Dr. Palm Springs, CA 92262 (760) 322-4622 • Fax: (309) 423-8828 Jim Mulleneaux Insurance Jim Mulleneaux 75280 Hwy. 111, #101 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 275-1549 INTERIOR DECORATORS & DESIGNERS Design Wit Kelly Flanagan 45576 Kawea Way Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 851-9776 • Fax: (760) 674-0069 Interior Dimension Debra Hankins 51-555 Desert Club Dr., Ste. 250 (760) 777-8228 • Fax: (760) 777-8082 INTERNET MARKETING Palm Springs Resort Communities, Inc. Art Davis P.O. Box 4435 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 808-4664 INTERNET SERVICES The Desert Online Suzanne Lorenz 45-240 Club Dr. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 779-4000 • Fax: (760) 779-4002 LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION Sierra Landscape Co. John Gonzalez 73-771 Dinah Shore Dr. Palm Desert, CA 92211 (760) 328-8900 • Fax: (760) 328-8944 LEGAL SERVICES Best, Best, Krieger, LLC Alice Richardson 74-760 Hwy. 111, #200 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 568-2611 • Fax: (760) 340-6698 Lucille J. Boston, Esq. 4712 Admiralty Way, #230 Marina del Rey, CA 90292 (310) 578-1775 • Fax: (310) 821-3600 Renell E. Burch, Attorney at Law 75-280 Hwy. 111, Ste. 102 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 836-3731 Douglas Martin, A Law Corporation Carol Moreno 74-785 Hwy. 111, #201 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 776-1377 • Fax: (760) 776-1380 Guralnick & Gilliland Robert Gilliland 40-004 Cook St., Ste. #3 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 340-1515 • Fax: (760) 568-3053 Joseph Gibbs & Assoc. Joseph A. Gibbs 74-900 Hwy. 111, Ste. 222 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 779-1790 • Fax: (760) 779-1780

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Law Office of Dale Gribow Dale Gribow 44-901 Village Ct., Ste. D Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 341-4411 • Fax: (760) 340-0623 Law Offices of Basil Chapman, ARLC Basil Chapman 74-900 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 200-2456 • Fax: (760) 340-3658 Roemer & Harnik Brian Harnik 45-025 Manitou Dr. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 360-2400 • Fax: (760) 360-1211 LIMOUSINE SERVICE Cardiff Limosine & Transportation Gary Cardiff 75255 Sheryl Ave. Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 568-1403 • Fax: (760) 568-0895 My Chauffeur Limousine Service, LLC Dave Berg P.O. Box 2364 Palm Springs, CA 92263 (760) 321-4001 • Fax: (760) 321-4094 MARBLE & GRANITE J & G Santa Rosa Marble & Granite Javier Mendoza 52-050 Industrial Way Coachella, CA 92236 (760) 398-8293 • Fax: (760) 398-8632 MARKETING SERVICES Anita Kramer Consulting Anita Kramer 78-365 Hwy. 111, Ste. 278 La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 619-3584 • Fax: (800) 219-9078 Network Marketing Specialist Holly Cooper Merrigan 45-395 Espinazo St. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 360-4041 • Fax: (760) 437-4040 MEDIA Palm Springs Life Milton Jones 303 N. Indian Canyon Dr. Palm Springs, CA 92262 (760) 325-2333 • Fax: (760) 325-0183 Point7West Desiree Windsor 51-025 Avenida Mendoza, Ste. 102 La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 262-6580 • Fax: (760) 262-6585 MEDICAL SERVICES & SUPPLIES Eterna Medical Day Spa & Laser Center Dr. Adam Weissman 77564 Country Club Dr., Bldg. B, #320 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 565-1555 Milauskas Eye Institute Brian Bowen 78560 Hwy. 111 La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 564-3887 MORTGAGE SERVICES Stearns Lending Lya Stafford 74-900 Hwy. 111, Ste. 125 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 831-4779 MOVERS Aces Moving Pros Michael/Tiffany Romero 31155 Avenida Alveda Cathedral City, CA 92234 (760) 668-9123


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MUNICIPALITIES City of Indian Wells Greg Johnson 44-950 El Dorado Dr. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 346-2489 • Fax: (760) 346-0407 MUSEUMS Palm Springs Air Museum Sheilah Reed 745 N. Gene Autry Trl. Palm Springs, CA 92262 (760) 778-6262 • Fax: (760) 320-2548 Palm Springs Art Museum Bob Bogard 101 Museum Dr. Palm Springs, CA 92264 (760) 322-4814 • Fax: (760) 327-5069

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Desert Sands Unified School District Dr. Sharon McGehee 47950 Dune Palms Rd. La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 771-8625 Guide Dogs of the Desert International Kim Laidlaw P.O. Box 1692 Palm Springs, CA 92263 (760) 329-6257 • Fax: (760) 329-2127 Indian Wells Historic Preservation Foundation Adele Ruxton 74-923 Hwy. 111, PMB 129 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 346-8420 Joslyn Senior Center Peter Rittenhouse 73750 Catalina Way Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 340-3220 • Fax: (760) 568-9230

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS American Cancer Society Pat Goody 73161 Fred Waring Dr., Ste. 100 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 568-2691 • Fax: (760) 341-8783

LifeStream Mary Kay Plock P.O. Box 5729 San Bernardino, CA 92412 (909) 885-6503 • Fax: (909) 386-6877

American Heart Association Charlie Myrick 74-020 Alessandro, Ste. A Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 346-8109 • Fax: (760) 773-0766

Living Desert Jennie Rayner 47-900 Portola Ave. Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 346-5694 • Fax: (760) 568-9685

Assistance League of P. S. Desert Area Carol Towey P.O. Box 3056 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 321-1990

Mountain View Villas Rob Hubler 78-000 Betty Barker Way Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 772-4688 • Fax: (760) 772-1338

Cathedral Center John Wisor 37-171 W. Buddy Rogers Ave. Cathedral City, CA 92234 (760) 321-1548 • Fax: (760) 321-0280

Southwest Community Church Loren Johnson 77-701 Fred Waring Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 200-2000 • Fax: (760) 772-6938

Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert William A. Hartug 71701 Gerald Ford Dr. Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 321-0602 • Fax: (760) 321-1605

Stroke Recovery Center Beverly Greer 2800 E. Alejo Rd. Palm Springs, CA 92262 (760) 323-7676 • Fax: (760) 325-8026

Coachella Valley Economic Partnership Tracie Reese 73-710 Fred Waring, Ste. 106 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 340-1575 • Fax: (760) 340-9212

Virginia Waring Int’l Piano Competition Ann Greer 73-710 Fred Waring Dr., #201 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 773-2575 • Fax: (760) 776-0168

Coachella Valley Historical Society, Inc. Hugh Mason P.O. Box 595 Indio, CA 92202 (760) 342-6651

OFFICE EQUIPMENT, FURNITURE, SUPPLIES & SERVICES Desert Business Interiors, Inc. Jason Cason 72162 Hwy. 111 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 340-1112 • Fax: (760) 340-1833

Coachella Valley Rescue Mission Greg Fisher 47-518 Van Buren Indio, CA 92202-2564 (760) 347-3512 • Fax: (760) 347-8073 Community Blood Bank Michael Johnson 39000 Bob Hope Dr. Rancho Mirage, CA 92260 (760) 773-4187 • Fax: (760) 773-4188 Cubscouts of America Cris Romero P.O. Box 1575 Indio, CA 92202 (760) 398-0310 Desert Arc Richard Sells 73-255 Country Club Dr. Palm Desert, CA 92260-2309 (760) 346-1611 • Fax: (760) 836-0839 Desert Community Foundation Mary Panesar 75-105 Merle Dr., Ste. 300 Palm Desert, CA 92211 (760) 674-9080 • Fax: (760) 674-8121

Pro 4 Business Systems Randy Barchalk 42-604 Aegean St. Indio, CA 92203-9618 (760) 238-9491 • Fax: (760) 391-6630 PEST CONTROL SERVICES Powerful Pest Management, Inc. Laurie Feinstock 44-850 Las Palmas, #A Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 771-1656 • Fax: (760) 341-2290 PET CARE Precious-N-Purrfect Pampered Pets Melinda Law-Sherman 79-405 Hwy. 111, #9 La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 202-8939 • Fax: (760) 771-6322 PHONE BOOK Desert Yellow Pages Stacey Rasada 71847 Hwy. 111, Ste. C Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 341-3034 • Fax: (760) 568-3257

User Friendly Phone Book Todd Schufelt 75150 Sheryl Ave., Ste. E Palm Desert, CA 92211 (760) 340-5510 • Fax: (760) 340-6229 PHOTOGRAPHY Blank Photography David Blank 74794 42nd Ave., Ste. 9 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 773-0282 PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS Cosmetic Surgery Institute Jennifer Donais 73-710 Alessandro Dr. Palm Desert, CA (760) 837-0364 • Fax: (760) 837-3843 PLUMBING SERVICES Roto Rooter Plumbers Gary Ramoj 2141 Industrial Ct. Vista, CA 92081 (951) 658-8541 • Fax: (760) 598-1657 POOL SERVICES Hire Standards America’s Pool Service Stephen Little 30535 Gunther St. Thousand Palms, CA 92276 (760) 343-4158 • Fax: (760) 343-4238 POSTAL SERVICES Postal Connection Jim Shaunty 74-923 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 568-3471 • Fax: (760) 568-9703 PRINTING SERVICES & SUPPLIES Coachella Valley Printing Group Andy Brakebill 46167 Van Buren Indio, CA 92201 (760) 647-8886 • Fax: (760) 347-7613 PRIVATE CLUBS Toscana Country Club Ray Jackson 43-199 Via Lucca Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 772-7000 • Fax: (760) 772-7259 PROMOTIONAL SERVICES VIP Promotional Services/Precision Screenprinting Steve Bohm 83211 Hwy. 111 Indio, CA 92201 (760) 347-6200 • Fax: (760) 775-6531 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Brentwood Management Services, Inc. Bill Ka’anoi 4501 E. Sunny Dunes Palm Springs, CA 92260 (760) 778-5417 • Fax: (760) 778-5735 PUBLIC RELATIONS PRNewsWorks John Hussar 43-471 Virginia Ave. Palm Desert, CA 92211 (760) 345-3452 • Fax: (760) 345-3452 PUBLISHING SERVICES Associated Desert Shoppers Kim Turner P.O. Box 1108 Mishawaka, IN 46546 (574) 247-7252 • Fax: (760) 779-1354

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Desert Key Magazine Millie Roche P.O. Box 642 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 345-2163 • Fax: (760) 345-2163 Desert Sun Dominique Shaw 750 N. Gene Autry Trl. Palm Springs, CA 92262 (760) 778-4669

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Mike Maggio, RE/MAX Realtor 74939 Hwy. 111, Ste. D-2 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 340-3337 • Fax: (760) 341-4174 Sandy Rhoades, Realtor 74-900 Hwy. 111, Ste. 3225 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 296-7001 • Fax: (760) 262-3159

The Public Record Robert Marra 78-370 Hwy. 111, Ste. 250 La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 771-1130 • Fax: (760) 771-1188

Miloo Shams, Realtor 74850 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 340-6300 • Fax: (760) 340-6500, inc. Lini Handy 300 Depot St. Enterprise, OR (760) 567-9430

REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT Gardens of El Paseo Robert Fliday 73-545 El Paseo, #2500 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 862-1990 • Fax: (760) 862-1884

RADIO STATIONS/BROADCASTING COMPANIES Desert Radio Group Denise Kramer 1321 N. Gene Autry Trl. Palm Springs, CA 92262 (760) 409-5294 • Fax: (760) 322-5493

RESORTS Hyatt Grand Champions Resort Joe Alegre 44-660 Indian Wells Ln. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 341-1000

REAL ESTATE Miguel Briones, Realtor 13313 Palm Dr., #D Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240 (760) 969-8401 • Fax: (760) 288-7477 Devine Desert Properties Sharon Devine 74-854 Velie Way, Ste. 5 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 340-9700 • Fax: (760) 345-0204 Grand Luxury Properties - Gayle McQuary 76938 Tomahawk Run Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 285-4572 • Fax: (760) 454-0325 Grand Luxury Properties - Bob Ross Sue Ellen Ross 76-938 Tomahawk Run Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 360-7237 • Fax: (760) 360-7357 H K Lane Real Estate - Pat Wilhite 72-895 Fred Waring Dr. Palm Desert, CA 92210 (760) 799-3333 • Fax: (760) 834-7575 Hollis L. Saulsberry Realty Hollis Saulsberry 13600 Marina Pt., #801 Marina del Rey, CA 90292 (310) 574-9393 John Hendrick Realty Associates John Hendrick 77570 Springfield Ln., #J Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 771-8000 • Fax: (760) 771-6533 Keller Williams - Kathleen Alvarez 41-170 Washington St. La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 333-1143 Keller Williams - Gerri Manzo 79-902 Barcelona Dr. La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 902-3235 Keller Williams - Eileen Thompson 41-170 Washington St. La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 333-1143 Liebman Realty Group, Inc. Al Liebman P.O. Box 1101 Palm Desert, CA 92261 (760) 774-1029




Indian Wells Golf Resort 44500 Indian Wells Ln. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 346-4653 Indian Wells Resort Hotel Kristi Prieto 76-661 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 345-6466 • Fax: (760) 772-5083 Miramonte Resort & Spa Stan Kantowski 45-000 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 837-1623 • Fax: (760) 341-5836 Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa Tim Sullivan 44-400 Indian Wells Ln. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 773-4444 RESTAURANTS Bananaz Tropical Grill Craig Marlar 69934 Hwy. 111 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270-2863 (760) 324-5613 • Fax: (760) 770-0225 Firecliff Patricia Hook 73-725 El Paseo Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 773-6565 • Fax: (760) 773-0840 It’s A Deli Karen Sherr 74-943 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 341-2856 IW Club 44500 Indian Wells Ln. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 346-4653 Kaiser Restaurant Corp. Lee Morcus 74-361 Hwy. 111, #5 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 568-2144 • Fax: (760) 340-6639 Le St. Germain Stephen Jeffers 74-985 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 773-6511 • Fax: (760) 773-6510

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Morton’s Steakhouse Mitch Steinman 74-880 Country Club Dr. Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 340-6865 • Fax: (760) 340-2645 Nest Restaurant Dodie Henry 75-188 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 346-2314 • Fax: (760) 341-7398 Ruth’s Chris Steak House Anita Owens DeCuir 74-740 Hwy. 111 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 779-1998 Vicky’s of Santa Fe Mark Laliberte 45-100 Club Dr. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 345-9770 • Fax: (760) 345-8732 RETAIL Cookie Lee Fine Fashion Jewelry Sandra Rhoades 74-900 Hwy. 111, Ste. 225 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 296-7001 • Fax: (760) 262-3159 Kitchen Kitchen, Inc. Jan Boydston 74-945 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 773-9464 • Fax: (760) 568-6964 RETIREMENT FACILITIES Segovia at Palm Desert Tracy Mund 39905 Via Scena Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 341-4554 • Fax: (760) 341-8169 ROOFING SERVICES & REPAIRS Diversified Roofing Services, Inc. Mimi Jones 72877 Dinah Shore Dr., #103 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 407-9639 • Fax: (760) 674-9116 RUBBISH REMOVAL/RECYCLING Burrtec Waste & Recycling Services Valerie Ward 41-575 Eclectic St. Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 340-2113 • Fax: (760) 340-2732 SECURITY SERVICES & SYSTEMS Academy & Firing Range Cheri Michel 38698 El Viento Rd. Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 360-5600 • Fax: (760) 200-5082 Custom Home Theaters Kristopher Wedekind 73-950 Dinah Shore Palm Desert, CA 92211 (760) 835-2608 • Fax: (760) 325-0675 Desert Alarm Inc. Chris Madain 734 Eugene Rd. Palm Springs, CA 92264 (760) 322-9113 • Fax: (760) 322-9113 Executive One Security Jeff Smith 73-168 Hwy. 111, #201 Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 779-9100 • Fax: (760) 779-9126 SOCIAL MEMBERSHIP Dr. Earl & Gloria Brightman 44820 Del Rios Cir. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 902-3154

Bonnie Culbertson 78-110 George Barnes Ln. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 834-2411 Kathleen & Roger Andres 46211 Papago Cir. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 345-3982 Ron Salute Ron Salute 49-535 Marne Ct. La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 238-7883 Keith Willard 46638 Arapahoe Ln. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 413-6746 SOLAR ENERGY Sola-Lite Shirley Acuff P.O. Box 11571 Palm Desert, CA 92255 (760) 779-5591 • Fax: (760) 779-5597 SPAS Medical & Skin Spa @ Agua Serena Dr. Richard Foxx 44-600 Indian Wells Ln. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 674-4106 • Fax: (760) 674-4128 STAGING Rio Design Group, Inc. Helen Young 83750 Citrus Ave., Ste. 10 Indio, CA 92201 (760) 347-8807 • Fax: (760) 347-8186 TENNIS Indian Wells Tennis Garden Melanie Hinrichs 78-200 Miles Ave. Indian Wells, CA 92210 (760) 200-8200 THEATRES McCallum Theatre Ted Giatus 73000 Fred Waring Dr. Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 702-2270 TRANSPORTATION Classic Yellow Cab Veronica Wilkins 36777 Sunair Plz. Cathedral City, CA 92234 (760) 321-8294 • Fax: (760) 321-8291 UTILITIES Southern California Gas Company Patrick Swarthout 211 N. Sunrise Way Palm Springs, CA 92262 (800) 427-2200 WHOLESALE Coca Cola Company Eric Behan 86375 Industrial Way Coachella, CA 92236 (760) 396-4555 • Fax: (760) 396-4555 Costco Wholesale Cristobal Arostegui 79-795 Hwy. 111 La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 342-2887 • Fax: (760) 775-0365 WINDOW FRAMING BMC John Lewis 45311 Golf Center Parkway #B Indio, CA 92201 (760) 770-3303 • Fax: (760) 391-4230

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INDEX OF ADVERTISERS All Card Processing .......................................................................................... 17

Keller Williams Realty ...................................................................................... 12

American Financial Insurance Services ............................................................ 17

Kitchen Kitchen................................................................................................ 11

Bella Smiles...................................................................................................... 22

Le St. Germain Restaurant & Catering .............................................................. 11

Brennan & Company........................................................................................ 19

The Living Desert ............................................................................................... 7

Cardiff Limousine & Transportation .................................................................... 6

Maple Leaf Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.................................... 19

City of Indian Wells............................................................................................ 4

Douglas Martin, Attorney at Law ..................................................................... 18

Cosmetic Surgery Institute ................................................................................ 22

The Nest Restaurant ........................................................................................... 9

Costco.............................................................................................................. 11

Pacific Western Bank ....................................................................................... 17

Desert Regional Medical Center....................................................................... 21

Palm Desert Cleaners ....................................................................................... 16

Eisenhower George and Julia Argyros Health Center ........................................ 21

Palm Desert National Bank .............................................................................. 19

Eterna Medical Day Spa & Laser Center ........................................................... 20

Preventing Real Estate Theft - Lucille J. Boston, Esq..................................... 14-15

The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies ..................................................................... 8

Pro 4 Business Systems..................................................................................... 16

The Gardens on El Paseo / El Paseo Village ...................................................... 10

Realty Executives - Sandy Rhoades................................................................... 18

Hyatt Grand Champions Resort Villas and Spa................................................... 7

Scott Burch Design........................................................................................... 18

JFK Memorial Hospital ....................................................................................... 3

UBS.................................................................................................................. 19

Joseph A. Gibbs & Associates, Attorneys at Law ................................................. 1, inc. .....................................................................................29

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Indian Wells CA Community Profile  

On behalf of the Indian Wells Chamber of Commerce, welcome to the beautiful City of Indian Wells, California. Whether you are a visitor, a...

Indian Wells CA Community Profile  

On behalf of the Indian Wells Chamber of Commerce, welcome to the beautiful City of Indian Wells, California. Whether you are a visitor, a...