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SRP offers discounts, rebates to customers


Customers of Salt River Project can received a 25 percent discount on the purchase and installation of an energy-effi cient air-conditioning unit and may get a $400 Cool Cash Rebate. The offer runs through Sept. 30.


According to SRP, during the heat of summer, the cooling system is the number one energy-user in homes. SRP, in conjunction with Orangutan Home Services, wants to encourage customers to replace old, ineffi cient models. The discount applies to Trane, Rheem and Maytag units that qualify and is available to current SRP residential customers with an existing home. Federal energy-effi ciency tax credits up to $1,500 may also apply.


Salt River Project is the third-largest public power utility in the country and serves more than 935,000 electric customers through a variety of resources, including solar, wind, biomass, geothermal, hydroelectricity, natural gas, coal and nuclear. SRP is also the largest supplier of raw water in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, normally delivering more than 1 million acre-feet annually. A discount coupon must be presented at the time of purchase. To fi nd out more, visit www.savewithsrp.com or call 602-393-6966.


ASU needs SanTan Sun egg-lovers


Egg consumers older than 18 are being sought by Arizona State University to participate in one-hour focus groups next month.


Groups will be asked a series of questions pertaining to egg purchasing and consumption at 10 a.m. Sat., Aug. 28 and Sun., Aug. 29, with the fi nal one-hour available session beginning at 2 p.m. The focus groups will be held at ASU East Campus, in lab Peralta 241 at 7171 E. Sonoran Arroyo Mall in Mesa. Participants will receive $40 cash. Others over the age of 18 who consume eggs are invited to attend.


All names must be registered with the WP Carey School of Business Morrison School of Agribusiness and Resource Management offi ce in advance. To sign up for the one-hour session, call 480-862-3986 or email info@OctagonMarketingGroup.com.


Business


July 17 - Aug. 6, 2010 Natalia’s restaurant now open


A new, family-owned restaurant is open in Southern Chandler, called Natalia’s. American and international cuisine is offered, and no prepared foods are used. Owners say they select only the fi nest corn-fed, choice-grade steer beef raised in the Midwest, aged for 28 days and then charbroiled to perfection. Prime rib is roasted slowly under the watchful eye of their chef. They use only the fi nest quality seafood, and noodles are made from 100 percent semolina wheat. Coffee beans are ground fresh for every pot brewed, and Berto’s Premium Gelato is used exclusively. “Having you at our restaurant as a dinner guest is our pleasure,” says owner Bob Rezka. “Our chef will not start to cook your dinner until you have fi nished with your salad course. We are confi dent that you will appreciate how things are done at Natalia’s and our main concern is to provide the very best for the very best.” Natalia’s is located at 3140 S. Gilbert Rd., Suite 1, at Queen Creek Road. Hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 4:30 to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday; closed Sundays. For more information, call 480-895-8845.


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Free debt relief info


A free Debt Relief seminar will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wed., July 28, hosted by the Thompson Law Firm, a family law practice, at 1311 W. Chandler Blvd., Suite 220 near downtown Chandler.


The class in open to anyone who has questions about foreclosure, loan


modifi cation or bankruptcy, says the fi rm’s Clint Pedersen. “More than ever, there is an overwhelming amount of information out now about debt relief,” he explains. “There are new government programs to help people stay in their homes, as well as misunderstood traditional tools for dealing with debt, like bankruptcy. The Thompson Law Firm is holding this free seminar to help people understand the options that are available now to help manage debt.” Pederson says there is no charge for the seminar, but a donation of $5 for My Sister’s Place, a local domestic violence shelter, is requested. Limited seating is available. Call 480-634-7480 for details and to RSVP. For more information about the fi rm, owned by Christy Thompson, visit www.cmthompsonlaw.com.


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