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Sedona Chamber Mixer

Feb 23 Is the next scheduled Sedona Chamber of Commerce mixer.  It will be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Sedona Airport Mesa Grill, 1185 Airport Rd. Cost is $10.00 per member and $15.00 for non-members. Each mixer is held at a different venue each month to showcase that member’s facilties/services. Twice a year we […]

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Flagstaff Pulliam Airport Receiving Grant

Our community has demonstrated an economic need and a desire for direct airline service beyond Phoenix. As a result, we have been awarded an $800,000 grant to help us bring in a second air service or have our current airline provide additional destinations out of Flagstaff. In the two years that Horizon Air served Flagstaff […]

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Sportsmen Want Permanent Uranium Mining Ban

The U.S. House of Representatives has included a provision in a spending bill that would short-circuit a 2-year-old ban on new uranium mining covering one million acres of public lands surrounding the Grand Canyon National Park. But local businesses and sportsmen say that protecting these lands from new uranium mining is critical for supporting hunting, fishing, and tourism jobs […]

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Networking Opportunity in Sedona

June 24  5:30-7:00 p.m  Sedona Chamber of Commerce mixer.  These events are usually attended by 175-200 people.  This month’s meeting will be held at Kokopelli Suites, 3119 W. State Route 89A.  Cost is $10 for members and $15 for non members.  More information is available at 928) 282-7722

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Sedona CEO Chat

June 8.  This round-table style chat provides Sedona Chamber of Commerce  members the opportunity to meet with Chamber President/CEO Jennifer Wesselhoff.  Topics  to discuss include business issues, ideas and concerns in a professional, group setting. This is free for Chamber members and includes a continental breakfast but you must RSVP to attend.   Seating is […]

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Visitors to Arizona Mixed on Immigration Law

  When Arizona lawmakers passed SB1070 – legislation designed to give the state tools to reduce illegal immigration – outcry, and threats by several cities to boycott Arizona, followed.   SB1070, also known as Support our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act, makes the failure to carry immigration documents a state crime and gives the […]

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Encouraging Feedback on Region’s Tourism

With cooler temperatures on the rise and the departure of the Arizona Cardinals, Flagstaff’s busiest season for tourists may be slowing. However, Flagstaff may have fared better than most cities statewide when it comes to this year’s tourism season. According to Heather Ainardi, director of the Flagstaff Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB), “For the first […]

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Sedona’s New Age Businesses Form Cornerstone

Think of Sedona and the first thing that comes to mind is its spectacu- lar red rocks. The second thing is probably the spiritual and metaphysical side to this pretty little city of a just over 10,000. Sedona, by some, is considered the psychic capital of the world and sup- ports many new age businesses […]

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