Business News Briefs
From Issue: Volume XXII - Number 17
The Renaissance Long Beach Hotel recently announced the near completion of its renovation. The hotel’s renovation included its 374 guest room including 14 suites featuring stunning ocean and harbor views. In addition to the guest rooms, the hotel’s Club Lounge and fitness center have also been upgraded and expanded and it appointed Janine Falvo as executive chef of SIP. For more information, visit www.renhotels.com or call (562) 437-5900.
Cherry Carson RV Storage, a long-time Long Beach community member, is always looking for ways to give back. Last year they successfully collected donations for Toys for Tots and Operations Blankets of Love, thanks to generous donations from tenants and employees. This year they are currently collecting blankets and toys for Operation Blankets of Love. For more information on this facility or how to contribute please visit their website CherryCarsonRVStorage.com or call (562) 344-5924.
Solena Landscape Co. says synthetic lawns are the wave of the future. When installed correctly, artificial turf is a beautiful and natural looking alternative to a traditional grass lawn. Additionally to not needing water, other benefits include requiring little maintenance and installing a sustainable and drought friendly product. Choose a turf installer who will prepare the base beneath the turf correctly in order to insure for a lasting artificial lawn. A poor base will only lead to an angulating and unappealing lawn surface. Details at www.solenalandscape.com or call (714) 960-8955.
The Nevada Northern Railway, est. 1905, is a National Historic Landmark; “the best preserved historic railroad in the country … bar none.” Operating steam and diesel train rides; engine house tours, haunted ghost trains, polar express, and special event trains, “be the engineer,” to operate a locomotive – even with the train; railroad reality weeks; winter photo shoots; bunkhouse and caboose overnights; cab rides with the engineer; plein air arts festival. group rates; private charters. Info at www.nnry.com
Sloan Valve Company and Falcon Waterfree Technologies are spearheading an effort with the Los Angeles Department of Water to make the city’s bathrooms waterfree or highly efficient at little or no cost to property owners. Business owners of any size can recieve up to $500 for purchasing and installing each fixture, which typically covers the total cost. Contact Delco Sales via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (714) 888-2489.