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Popular Cider Corps moving production to Gilbert
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Popular Cider Corps moving production to Gilbert

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF As it celebrates its third anniversary this month, Cider Corps announced it will expand to Gilbert with a new cidery designed for growth. Starting in mid-2021, all production of its craft ciders will take place...
Las Sendas man’s firm ‘corks’ buildings
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Las Sendas man’s firm ‘corks’ buildings

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David M. Brown Tribune Contributor TJ Millington says cork isn’t just for wine bottles and lighter fishing lines. Through his new Mesa business, Armor Plate Coatings Systems, the Las Sendas resident and his crew of 17...
Mesa hopes to rebound from COVID-19’s tourism hit
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Mesa hopes to rebound from COVID-19’s tourism hit

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By Alexis Garibay Tribune Contributor The Arizona Office of Tourism says COVID-19 cost the state $10 billion in visitor spending and the financial pain is still being felt in Mesa. The pandemic took away more than a third of the...
Mesa’s Nelson Estate Jewelry wins BBB ethics award
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Mesa’s Nelson Estate Jewelry wins BBB ethics award

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF A Mesa jewelry store has won Better Business Bureau Serving the Pacific Southwest’s 2020 Torch Award for Ethics. Nelson Estate Jewelers,  2051 S. Dobson Road, is the first jewelry store in Arizona to win the...
Mesa is home to Harbor Freight Tools’ 27th store in AZ
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Mesa is home to Harbor Freight Tools’ 27th store in AZ

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Harbor Freight Tools, which boars quality tools at low prices, is opening its 27th Arizona store in Mesa on Saturday, Nov. 14. Located at 1260 West University Drive, the new store brings approximately 25-30 new...
Walmart, Mesa man get chummy over his invention
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Walmart, Mesa man get chummy over his invention

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By  Kenzel Williams Tribune Contributor A fishing lure of sorts made by a Mesa fisherman will soon hit the shelves of Walmart after clearing a hurdle in the retail giant’s search for products made by American small-business...
Microenterprise ventures have major impact
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Microenterprise ventures have major impact

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By Laura Sheridan Tribune Contributor Everyday entrepreneurs are the real saviors of the local economy during a time of economic crisis, adding new jobs and creating fatter wallets, according to research conducted by Venture...
Mesa nonprofit hits jackpot with casino company
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Mesa nonprofit hits jackpot with casino company

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Some gamblers’ losses at three Chandler area casinos made winners of three local nonprofits, including one in Mesa. Child Crisis Arizona received a third of  $76,000 in so-called “self-excluded” jackpots...
Tucson fave eegee’s coming to Mesa
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Tucson fave eegee’s coming to Mesa

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By Kristine Cannon GetOut Staff Writer After weeks of rumors and speculation, eegee’s has finally confirmed five new locations opening throughout the Valley next year, including one in Mesa. Beginning in the second quarter of...
Mesa cookie shop back to  ‘surprising’ customers
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Mesa cookie shop back to ‘surprising’ customers

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By Mairany Garcia Tribune Contributor Heather Smith’s downtown Mesa bakery surprises some customers. Her Smitholator Cookie Shop sells no baked goods except cookies. “People are really surprised by that when they come in...