Thursday, January 26

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Prescott Sprouts Hiring

Sprouts Farmers Market is looking to hire 150 people to open its new store in Prescott.  Sprouts is hosting walk-in interviews on Thursday, Jan. 26th from 8-11:30 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. at Yavapai College at 1100 E. Sheldon St., Prescott, AZ 86301. The team is looking to hire grocery employees with a passion for the bakery, meat, deli, grocery, produce, vitamin and cashier departments, and interested applicants are asked to bring a copy of their resume.
 
Yavapai College
174 E. Sheldon Street, 
Prescott, AZ 86301

State Farm is hiring in Tempe 

State Farm is hiring. The company will once again host a career fair on January 26th, at Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe. State Farm is offering full and part-time careers for qualified applicants.  Join us and learn more about State Farm careers.  You will have an opportunity to network with State Farm leaders and recruiters while exploring part-time and full-time positions.  Onsite interviews may be conducted for those who apply prior to the event. 
 
State Farm will be recruiting for the following entry level positions: Customer Service, Inbound Sales, Claims: ILR, Express, Property and Injury, State Farm Bank and Systems/IT. Recruiters will be onsite to discuss the current opportunities, benefits and application process.
 
For detailed job descriptions, a list of all job opportunities, and to apply, visit:  www.statefarm.com/careers 

State Farm Career Fair 
Thursday, January 26, 2017 9:00 a.m.  3:00 p.m. 
Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe| 1600 S. 52nd St., Tempe, AZ  85281

Choice Career Fair

Choice Career Fairs is holding a career fair to give job seekers the opportunity to connect with local employers. 
The Career fair will be held on Thursday, January 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Mesa Convention Center, 263 N Center Street in Mesa.

Some of the employers attending this event include: E.A. Renfroe & Company, Equity Residential, HonorHealth and Nextiva.
Jobs will be available in Administrative, Customer Service, Hospitality and Sales.

All job seekers are welcome to attend this event to submit resumes, network and meet face-to-face with local hiring managers.

To learn more about this career fair, go to www.ChoiceCareerFairs.com.

Mesa Convention Center, 263 N Center Street, Mesa, AZ

New York favorite The Halal Guys opens first AZ location in Tempe

The Halal Guys are taking the success of their NYC food cart and heading west to Tempe! They're opening the state's first location in a former ASU bookstore. Offering a simple menu of sandwiches and chicken and rice platters, it's their sauces that really seal the deal for diners. 

For more information, visit: www.TheHalalGuys.com

1015 S Rural Rd., Ste 104 Tempe, Arizona, 85281

Former Cardinals chef offers custom meal planning

Stacey Weber is used to cooking for high performance athletes. Now, she caters to everyone with her custom catering company, Eat by Stacey Weber. 

For more information, visit: www.Eatbystaceyweber.com

Eat by Stacey Weber
4740 E Shea Blvd. ste. #109
Phoenix, AZ 85028
(Located between Coffee Bean & Zoyo in Tatum Square Plaza)

Contact Info:
Call us at (602) 328-9344
Email us at: phoenix@eatbystaceyweber.com 

Golf gadgets to improve your game

It's golf season in Arizona! These days, golfers are bringing more than just their clubs to the links. Technology has made it possible for players to analyze their shots from tee to putt. 

Quintero Golf Club in Peoria is one of Arizona's most challenging courses. Their golf expert is here with some of his favorite golf tools to improve your game right now. These modern tools were provided by the PGA Superstore in Scottsdale.

Laser Range Finder:
On a course with elevated tees, a good range finder is essential to getting an accurate distance reading. 
Don't rely on your smart phone GPS that will simply measure Point A to Point B. 
Range finders compensates for elevation to give you the most accurate distance to the hole. 

Golf Course Apps: 
Most major courses now have apps that give you insights into each hole, keep track of your score, as well as other amenities. 
Quintero's app, for example offers fly over images.
These apps are easy to download from Google Play or the Apple Store and let you plan your attack before you even set up your first tee.

Putter Wheel: 
Sometimes a tech tool doesn't have to be complicated. When playing on bent grass greens, for example, the ability to roll the ball correctly is critical. 
The Putter Wheel is one of the best training aids Quintero experts have seen for improving putting. 
The "wheel" is actually a pseudo ball designed to wobble if not hit correctly. It gives the golfer immediate feedback on the stroke and with training a practice helps the person develop their eye and putting form. 
Even better it costs less than $50.

For more information, visit: www.QuinteroGolf.com and
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Quinterogolf

Quintero Golf Club
16752 W. State Route 74
Peoria, AZ 85383
928-501-1500

Keys to a successful 2017 and a better life

Motivational speaker Gary Varnell, who has shared the stage with professional athletes, best-selling authors and top executives, shares his keys to a successful year and living your best life. 

5 keys to a more successful 2017 and a better life:
1.    Belief
2.    Clear Vision, Goals, Dream and Plan
3.    Daily action / Compound Effect
4.    Choices, Habits and Taking Responsibility
5.    Grateful Spirit / Positive Attitude

For more information: www.garyvarnell.com  

Dave the Garden Guy: First fertilization of the year 

"It's getting to be that time of year to start thinking about fertilizing your trees, roses, vegetables and other plants around your yard. There are a few things you should keep in mind when fertilizing with inorganic fertilizers. Synthetic fertilizers typically cause quick, succulent growth that is more susceptible to disease and insect damage, and contaminate your ground water supplies. You also eliminate a lot of beneficial organisms in the soil that help plants manufacture food, which helps your plants and lawn grow. Good compost not only fertilizes, but also reduces water consumption and disease. I top-dress my rose beds, vegetable garden and lawn with compost, gradually reducing any extra fertilizer needed during the year. Applying 2-4 inches of compost around your shrubs and trees but do not let the compost come in contact with the trunks. Be sure to spread the compost out of the drip line of the plant or tree. Remember you are feeding the soil not the plant. By using organic fertilizer, you are building up disease resistance, decreasing the amount of water needed and fertilizing your garden with natural products that don't harm the environment."

Contact Dave at gardenguy@gardenguy.com, or visit www.gardenguy.com 

Plant-based muscle power at the Arizona Vegetarian 

Is there such a thing as humane meat? Can you follow the super-trendy "paleo" diet and still be a vegan? Is it possible to not eat meat and be an Olympic athlete? These and other questions will be explored at the third annual Arizona Vegetarian Food Festival, January 28-29, 2017 at the Scottsdale Civic Center Amphitheater. 

For more information:  www.azvegfoodfest.com

AZ Vegetarian Food Festival 
January 28-29 from 10am-5pm at the Scottsdale Civic Center Amphitheater, 3939 N. Drinkwater Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Comedian John Caparulo takes the stage in Tempe

He's perhaps best known as the under-dressed everyman on the E! hit show, Chelsea Lately. Cap, as he's known by his friends and fans, has also made multiple appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Comedy Central Presents and more. He'll perform at Tempe Improv tonight through Sunday. 

For more information: http://tempeimprov.com/ and http://www.johncaparulo.com/

930 E University Dr
Tempe, AZ 85281
480-921-9877

Dow makes history hitting 20,000 for the first time ever

Chief Investment Officer for Arizona Bank and Trust, Nancy Tengler, forecasts the future of our economy.

After weeks of close calls, the Dow made history on Wednesday by blowing past that key level for the first time ever.
The historic milestone leaves the Dow up a stunning 1,667 points since President Donald Trump's victory in November. The achievement is evidence of how optimistic investors have become about the prospects for the U.S. economy.
The stock market has given him this extraordinary vote of approval. Happy days are here again," said Ed Yardeni, president of Yardeni Research.
Wall Street is clearly betting that Trump's plans to slash taxes, ramp up infrastructure spending and cut regulation will make the American economy grow faster. If that happens, without any disruptions to global trade, it could propel corporate profits, the lifeblood of stock prices.

For more information, visit: https://www.facebook.com/NancyTenglerAuthor/

Arizona Bank & Trust
Camelback Banking Center 
2036 East Camelback Road
Phoenix, AZ 85016
(602) 381-2090
https://www.arizbank.com/

Tara at the Movies: Oscar Nominations

Tara Hitchcock talks "Manchester by the Sea," "La La Land" and the biggest snub this year!

To see reviews and behind the scenes segments visit: http://www.taraontv.com/video.html

Is IUD demand up in Arizona?

A national spokesperson for Planned Parenthood, the biggest provider of women's health care in the country, said they've seen a 900% increase in demand for the birth control from women who fear their affordable methods will be taken away if the government repeals the Affordable Healthcare Act, aka Obamacare.

To read more about IUD demand, click on the link below:
http://motto.time.com/4631381/cecile-richards-iud-planned-parenthood/