Blogs: Red Rock News

27 Acres

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS September 18, 2020 As one of the agencies charged with implementing the Sustainable Tourism Plan, we at the Chamber are always alert for opportunities to help improve Sedona’s quality of life and environment....
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Tips for Helping Local Business

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS September 11, 2020 The mornings are hinting at the coming of fall as our tumultuous 2020 enters its final quarter. With high hopes that positive recovery signs will continue, I won’t try to...
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Economic Recovery

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS September 4, 2020 It’s not too late to try something completely new this Labor Day weekend, especially if you have friends or relatives visiting. Why not volunteer together? The concept of “voluntourism” is...
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STP Progress

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS August 28, 2020 Despite the ongoing disruption of COVID-19, Sedona is moving ahead on our sustainability commitment, stabilizing our interrelated economic base, visitor experience, natural environment and quality of life. The Chamber, The...
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Jennifer Wesselhoff to take Position in Park City Utah

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS August 21, 2020 It has been an emotional week. Since I announced last Friday that I would be taking on a new position as President/CEO of the Park City, Utah Chamber of Commerce|Convention...
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Dr. Ross Hawkins

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS August 14, 2020 I have the privilege of working with deeply passionate people who love our town, environment, and lifestyle and are committed to protecting and preserving it. There were few more dedicated...
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Verde Valley Wine

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS August 7, 2020 Verde Valley wines are a $56 million annual business, and like a good vintage, that may take you a bit by surprise. The Southwest Wine Center at Yavapai College in...
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The Sedona Chamber welcomes three new Board members

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS July 31, 2020 The Sedona Chamber welcomes three new Board members this month while asking present leaders to stay engaged, echoing Abraham Lincoln’s famous adage that it is not wise “to changes horses...
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Shopping Local

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS July 24, 2020 What do you think of the new uptown? It’s exciting to see the most significant traffic upgrade in years functioning smoothly after 13 months of construction. The improvements are all...
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Sedona Businesses doing Excellent Job Operating Safely

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS July 17, 2020 Yavapai County Public Health Director Leslie Horton recently told me Sedona businesses are doing “an excellent job” operating safely and helping slow the spread of Covid-19. Evidence, she says, is...
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The Pandemic’s Economic Shock Waves

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS July 10, 2020 Arizona and Sedona continue to deal with the spread of COVID-19 and the pandemic’s economic shock waves. In response, the City of Sedona and the Chamber have set a course...
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Sedonans to wear face masks in public places

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS July 3, 2020 Last week’s emergency proclamation requiring most Sedonans to wear face masks in public places is an important step in slowing the rapid spread of COVID-19. Mayor Moriarty, with the support...
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