Blogs: Red Rock News

Chamber Board Holds Holistic View

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS January 18, 2019   It’s been just six months since I was named Chair of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau’s Board of Directors –a period that turned out to be...
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RunSedona half-marathon and races will close Dry Creek Road

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS January 11, 2019   In this new year we are gearing up for RunSedona, which was formerly known as the Sedona Marathon Event. The event will be held on Saturday, February 2, with...
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Chamber to Fight for Sedona’s Issues

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS January 4, 2019   January got here before we knew it! The next Community Pulse event is Tuesday, and the 2019 state legislature convenes in just ten days. The Chamber is already advocating...
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New Year, New Priorities

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS December 28, 2018   In this last column of 2018, it’s time to look ahead at our 2019 priorities, our wishes for Sedona in the new year, and to take stock of what’s...
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Holiday Shopping on Memory Lane

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS December 21, 2018   I am still dazzled by last week’s Sedona Northern Lights show and its jaw-dropping effects. What a breathtaking performance. Our friends at Paintscaping made excellent adaptations after hearing your...
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Well-managed city merits public thanks

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS December 14, 2018   We love a Christmas family dinner at home, but a stress-free, no-cooking-or-dishwashing experience in Sedona’s fantastic food scene is equally alluring. Fortunately, lots of favorites are open Christmas Eve...
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Sedona Northern Lights 2018

This holiday season experience the beauty of Sedona’s landscape like never before with Sedona Northern Lights, the country’s largest light show on a natural canvas. From December 13-16, this free, family-friendly event will celebrate the magic and joy of the...
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Chamber Attracts Cold Chicagoans to Sunny Sedona

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS December 7, 2018   Back in October, I told you about the tourism ‘sweet spot’ — that special place where the right mix of marketing, engagement and tourism management produces thriving businesses, delighted...
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All of Sedona Sparkles Throughout December

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS November 30, 2018   Here comes December! Gift list? Check. Decorations? Check. Calendar? Marked! We’re just one week away from one of Sedona’s favorite traditions – the Tree Lighting and Santa visit. Coinciding...
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Sedona Gears Up for Holiday Jollity

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS November 23, 2018   It’s official! After warming up with our Turkey Trot 5K and enjoying a satisfying Thanksgiving meal with family, friends, and football, we can finally welcome the holiday season to...
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Holiday Season Is Why I Love Sedona

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS November 16, 2018   Most Americans agree Thanksgiving is their favorite holiday season. I feel that way, too. Here in the Most Beautiful Place on Earth, the crisp November air seems to heighten...
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PBA, Override Results a Positive for Sedona

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS November 9, 2018   The defeat of Proposition 446 is another salute to the sound judgment of Sedona voters. We voted down a proposition to impose a Permanent Base Adjustment (PBA) on the...
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