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22 March 3 - 16, 2012


BLD celebrates 1 year Whether you call it “Birthday Love Deals” or


Chandler’s “Best Loved Destination,” BLD, which actu- ally stands for breakfast, lunch and dinner, celebrates its first birthday with free drive-through drinks, a buy one, get one free lunch and wine-tasting event for dinner Wed., March 28. Business partners Brian Peterson, Robert and Danielle


Morris and Brent Shinyeda are giving deals that include a free signature 20-oz. BLD iced coffee when you say “Happy Birthday” in the drive-through lane. For lunch, the BOGO offer includes for dine-in or to-go orders, with the free item being of equal or lesser value. There will be a complimentary wine tasting from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. to go with the new dinner menu. All week long sangria is $1 during happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m. daily. BLD is at 1920 W. Germann Rd., in Chandler. Call 480- 779-8646 or visit www.BLDChandler.com for details.


Chompie's celebrates March


with dining deals Enjoy March madness at Chompie's Deli Restaurant


& Bakery with its annual St. Patrick's Day feast and spring-training specials. Beginning at 11 a.m. Sat., March 17, Chompie's will


serve its annual tradition of all-you-can-eat corned beef, boiled potatoes, cabbage and Irish soda bread for $18.85 per person. A single-serving corned beef meal is $14.49. Until April 5, receive 20% off meals when presenting


a same-day spring-training game ticket stub. This offer is not valid on St. Patrick's Day or with any other coupons or discounts. Chandler's Chompie's is at 3481 W. Frye Rd.


For more information, call 480-398-3008, or visit www.chompies.com.


Guess who’s paying for this one?


You are. That’s right, SRP’s half off A/C Maintenance is being paid for by you and your neighbors. It’s like so many other programs like Nascar Sponsorship, Boat Races, Rebates for Energy Saving Devices and countless other wasteful programs that you are paying for every time you pay your utility bill. Even though SRP recom- mends certified contractors who pay dues to their affiliates for the purpose of getting customer leads, they make no representation and provides no warranty or guarantee with respected service.


The following is testimony of the National Alliance for Fair Competition:


The diversification by utilities into areas outside of their role. As producers and suppliers of energy has occa- sioned significant and continuing harm to small private sector firms engage in the related energy service fields. Utilities (typically through unregulated facilities or subsidiaries) now routinely sell appliances, provide plumbing, heating, and cooling equipment, service contracts, engage in installation work, and sales of storm windows and doors, provide outdoor lighting and interior lighting fixtures. Utilities have also begun to enter into real estate, security and alarm monitoring markets, telecommunications, and related energy markets, such as; energy management and energy monitoring.


Most importantly, utilities are unfairly subsidizing their market entry from their utility rate base and using their powers as an incumbent monopoly to discriminate against non-affiliated competitors. There is consid- erable potential for small businesses to be harmed in their traditional markets and to be denied access to newly emerging markets which are the key to future expansion, job growth, and profitability as deregulation progresses. The Public Utility Holding Act and its protections are needed today more than ever.


If you’re so inclined to take a advantage of this half off maintenance service and the service contractor presents


you with a list of expensive repairs, please get a 2nd opinion and always check with the Better Business Bureau. At Hendel’s, we are opposed to utility involvement or paying dues to their affiliates for the purpose of getting customer leads. We continue to gain new customers by doing good work and treating our customers fairly.


Business Corporate Chronicles Steel Shield Doors & More, LLC adds a


new location at Chandler Fashion Center, 3111 W. Chandler Blvd. on the first floor outside Macy’s. Making steel security doors under the slogan, “Making Arizona a safer place to live one door at a time.” With Michael Maher as CEO, the company is licensed, bonded and insured with ROC # 248032 & 259841. Info: 480-219-9009, www.SteelShieldSecurity.com.


Brent Patmos of Chandler, a consultant


for TTI Performance Systems of Scottsdale, is honored with the Bill Brooks Impact Award given to those who over a lifetime contribute greatly to the field of assessments and human capital management. Honored at the company’s 23rd annual Winners’ Conference, Target Training International, Ltd. is the world’s “leading developer of research-based, validated assessment and coaching tools that enable organizations to effectively meet their human resources needs.” Info: www.ttiassessments.com.


Kai at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass


Resort & Spa, Arizona’s only AAA Five-Diamond and Forbes Five-Star restaurant, will participate in the Devoured Culinary Classic, a premier food and wine fes- tival benefiting Phoenix Art Museum and Local First Arizona March 10 and 11 at Phoenix Art Museum. Daily tickets are $69 through March 9 and $79 at the door. Two-day tickets are $130 in advance and $150 at the door. Tickets, info: www.ProTix.com, 866-977-6849, www.devouredphoenix.com.


& Spirits accepts the 2011 Spirit of Ahwatukee award for her “volunteerism,


Martha Neese of Von Hanson’s Meats leadership and love for


Ahwatukee” during a recent Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce Day of Champions awards break- fast. In addition to serving on the Ahwatukee Chamber Board of Directors, Neese is an active part of the Ambassadors,


attends many


Chamber mixers and events, takes part


in Ahwatukee community


events and sits on the board of direc- tors for the Ahwatukee Children’s Theater. She was instrumental in developing and helping to create the Chamber’s Community Foundation. Info: www.vonhansonsmeats.net, www.ahwatukeechamber.com.


Chandler Regional Medical Center, a


Dignity Health member, formerly Catholic Healthcare West, announces the recent credentialing of nine physi- cians, joining the more than 900 credentialed physicians who practice at CRMC. They are: Adam Farber, M.D., orthopedic surgeon; Michael Golding, D.D.S., oral/max- illofacial surgery; Hannah Kwon, M.D., anesthesiology; Kamiar Massrour, M.D., interventional radiology; Jose Ivan Rago, M.D., family practice; Banjamin Stradling, D.O., interventional radiology; Limor Philipp Wall, M.D., vascular surgery; William Wise, D.O., internal medicine; and James Yanes, M.D., infectious disease. Info: www.ChandlerRegional.org.


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