The Prescott Fire Department would like to recognize EMS week in our community.
Over the last year, the pandemic has given people a small glimpse of the vital role of EMS professionals. The sacrifice and dedication of EMTs, paramedics and other EMS practitioners has rightfully earned them admiration and gratitude in their communities.
Calling us heroes sometimes obscures the fact that—behind those masks—are people who, every day, take on many crucial roles including Healthcare professionals, Emergency managers, Social workers, Crisis counselors, Consolers, and Caregivers.
With two great locations and sponsoring of several organizations and great events, Summit 4x4 Company is definitely a business to highlight, get the inside look with owner, Jesse.
We are so happy to share and announce the Ribbon Cutting we had on Friday, May 7th at Prescott Complete Care.
Our Master of Ceremonies, Hunter Powell with the Prescott Chamber of Commerce introduced Prescott Complete Care and welcomed those in attendance. This includes their contact with the City of Prescott, Robert Milligan who filmed the event and Bob Shanks, the Prescott Chamber Volunteer Photographer.
Mayor Mengarelli spoke and awarded a certificate of recognition to Prescott Complete Care announcing May 7th to be Prescott Complete Care Day in Prescott. Danielle Rickert spoke and awared PCC with thier first dollar certificate.
Prescott Complete Care was born from the passion of two Prescott medical providers wanting to provide the community with more personalized care. With two decades of combined experience in orthopedics, emergency medicine, and urgent care, Kaia and Zachary have felt for years that the Prescott community has been in need of better patient-provider relationships. Often, patients turn to expensive urgent cares or emergency rooms for medical care simply because they do not have a primary care provider, or because if they do it takes weeks to months to get an appointment. At Complete Care, we want to change that. We hope you find us to be a quality and money-saving solution for your primary care needs.
Join us on a tour of Founding Fathers Collective a place for all people to come experience and foster community, care and connection. This community is comprised of a barbershop, coffee shop, tavern, gym, and more all under one roof.
Preferred Auto Body at 419 N. Washington Avenue in Prescott is one of the most honest and customer friendly business I have dealt with, not only in Prescott, but anywhere. They were recommended to me by my mechanic when my car was hit a few months ago. Not only did they do a flawless job fixing and repainting by rear bumper so that you cannot even tell anything ever happened to it, but their price was unmatchable and their efficiency was amazing, really limiting the time I was without a car. Since then I recommended this business to many people.
Recently I had a small accident in which I "damaged" the front end bumper of my car and had significant markings of brown paint on the upper and lower front end of my car. I reported this to my insurance company and they recommended other vendors (Preferred Auto Body was not one of their recommended vendors). In going through their process, I obtained estimates in the neighborhood of $700, with a three-day turnaround time. As this did not appear reasonable to me, I went back to my trusted vendor Preferred Auto Body and worked with Cameron Snow. Cameron took one look at the car and went into his garage, came back with a liquid and a rag and completely removed the "damage" which was only paint transfer. Cameron would not take any money. His actions saved me a lot of money and also prevented me from being without a car. I am so grateful to him for his kindness and honesty and good nature. I recommend this business to anyone! - Jim Wren
Women entrepreneurs are often uncertain where to turn when searching for like-minded conversations and synergistic partnerships to elevate their business, especially in this virtual time. The Industrious Women's Collective, a virtual interactive summit, with a purpose is to assist women business owners with creating connections, upscaling, and organizational development.
Building an Industrious Leader
When: Tuesday, May 18, 2021, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
RSVP: click here
Prescott Chamber of Commerce
The Prescott Chamber of Commerce is a membership-based nonprofit organization with business members ranging from sole proprietors to nationally recognized corporations.