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16 August 6 - 19, 2011 ‘Can-do’ summer fun SanTan Brewing Co. raises funds for breast cancer


Pack a SanTan Brewing Company can in your vacation bag and get the chance to be in the micro-brewery’s next advertisements. SanTan Brewing announces a summer celebration and call for photos as part of its SanTan “CAN” Venture movement unveiled by Landon Evans, creative director of HDE Agency, a public relations fi rm.


Those who take SanTan Brewing cans along for summer trip, then submit a photo documenting the venture to info@santanbrewing.com may get a photo and story published in a SanTan Brewing Company ad.


Donate to cancer foundation


Drink canned beer at SanTan Brewing Company and help the Susan G. Komen Foundation.


Heather Sterling, part owner and CFO of SanTan Brewing and one of the few women in the Valley working in craft beer, has forged a new partnership with the Komen Foundation, where all day each Tuesday patrons can purchase $3 CanTan canned beer, and the empty cans will be recycled with proceeds donated to the breast cancer research foundation.


Sterling, immersed in the SanTan Brewing Company since the company’s inception, has developed a love for craft brewing.


“I’m excited to be involved in a dynamic industry that is still transforming and has so much potential for growth and development,” comments Sterling. In business since 2007, SanTan Brewing Company offers tap and canned beers, food, specials, live music and participates in beer festivals. The brewery is located in historic downtown Chandler at 8 S. San Marcos Pl. and can be contacted by calling 480-917-8700 or visiting www.santanbrewing.com.


Business Chandler Regional, Mercy Gilbert get high marks


“U.S. News Media & World Reports” ranks Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert medical centers, both members of Catholic Healthcare West (CHW), 2011-12 Best Hospitals for high performance.


Chandler Regional is recognized in seven specialty areas including cardiology and heart surgery, diabetes and endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatrics, nephrology, pulmonology and urology. Gilbert Medical Center is ranked as a top hospital in four areas of specialty: ear nose and throat, gastroenterology, nephrology and pulmonology.


The two centers are among 720 high-performing hospitals out of 5,000 hospitals rated nationwide.


Second honor


Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert medical centers were also honored with national “Exceeding Patient Expectations” Awards presented by Avatar International, an industry leader in healthcare quality improvement services. Both healthcare centers are recognized for the level of quality care, reliability and their customization of services.


“It is an honor to receive this national award from Avatar, and Chandler Regional continues to strive to exceed our patients’ expectations every time they seek our care,” expresses Patty White, president and CEO of Chandler Regional Medical Center.


Avatar presented the centers their honors at its week-long 2011 Client Symposium during a special awards ceremony recently held in Orlando, FL. “Mercy Gilbert Medical Center is proud of the quality care and services that our staff provides our patients,” state Tim Bricker, president and CEO of Mercy Gilbert Medical Center.


For information on Chandler Regional, call 480-728-3000 or visit www.chandlerregional.org. To learn more about Mercy Gilbert, call 480-8000 or access www.mercygilbert.org.


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