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America Loves Bacon Festival - Arizona Dance Break!
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Be sure to join us at Treeo on March First Friday for Palette of the Heart - A Solo Exhibition with Artist Jim Covarrubias and Jim will be live painting on the patio again too! Here's a fantastic video by Megan McDonald of our opening night reception.
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We loved having our talented client Adam Esrick playing on our patio tonight! If you're looking for a fabulous musician for your event, please keep Adam in mind.
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Beatrice Moore
· January 23, 2017
Stacey Champion is well respected in Phoenix and particularly in the downtown arts community. She has been a huge proponent of the arts, social justice, women's rights, discrimination issues, and sens...ible downtown development. Her approach to creating a vibrant downtown community, and supporting the small businesses that make that possible, has been ongoing, and tireless, for many years. She remains a wonderful downtown resource and go-to historic preservation advocate. See More
Eric Corey Freed
· January 23, 2017
Stacey Champion is the embodiment of a true community leader. She knows how to get things done, generate publicity for her clients, and advise them on the way to get their company noticed. She is co...mmitted to her clients and a huge asset to the community. Find a way to work with this woman! She will transform your business. See More
Sue Ellen Allen
· January 23, 2017
It is my pleasure to work with Stacey Champion, a rare and unique woman who stands up for our community, city and state as well as for human rights. Her work for my organization REINVENTING ReEntry ha...s helped us grow in such positive ways. If you want a true Champion for your business or your cause, Stacey is the one to bring on board. Besides her dedication and incredible work ethic, she is one of the most highly ethical people I know. See More
Rafael Navarro
· January 23, 2017
Miss Champion is one of the most giving, and selfless person, she is an asset to the community, she will work hard for you to reach your goals.
Lindsay Coleman
· June 15, 2017
Stacey is one of the most thoughtful people I've worked with in recent years. No detail was overlooked, and the results exceeded my expectations. I look forward to working with Stacey again!
Don Guillory
· January 23, 2017
Stacey Champion is a true proponent of the arts, social justice, and uses her voice and platform for a variety of issues. She is a great resource and advocate.
Janel Julia Garza
· January 23, 2017
Stacey is a generous and incredibly hard working individual who puts so much time and energy into improving her community.
Jaime Williams
· January 23, 2017
Professional, compassionate, and a true champion of small business and historic preservation. On top of all she does for her community, she is also a great mom!!!
Wanda Kolomyjec
· January 24, 2017
Stacey is a smart, strong and a holistically caring person. She cares about her work, her clients, her world. Highly recommend.
Karen Mackenzie
· January 23, 2017
Grateful to work with Stacey Champion. She has transformed situations and circumstance to achieve results and present uniquely shaped workable creative solutions.
Brandon Cheshire
· September 30, 2015
I've never been more pleased with any professional relationship. Our results have been amazing!
Antonio Sneed
· September 14, 2016
Great amen native American peace friends worlds!!!!
Benji Sakoia
· January 23, 2017
EXCELLENT PROFESSIONALISM, RESPECTFUL, HONEST AND CARING!!!
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A great op-ed from Pinnacle Prevention exec. director Adrienne Udarbe. I’ll also point out that this COULD’VE been a piece of the funding mechanism for education in our state, but was preemptively blocked by legislators and Gov. Ducey which is unfortunate as it polled high with Arizona citizens.

Preventing taxes on sugary beverages is an attack on health

A guest opinion piece from our executive director, Adrienne Zinnamon Udarbe.

http://www.eastvalleytribune.com/…/article_bddbfe12-43fa-11…

House Bill 2484, which prevents taxes on sugary beverages, was quickly pushed through our state Legislature by special-interest groups with deep pockets – namely, in this case, the American Beverage
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Hi friends! There are two important issues coming up THIS Wednesday at the Formal City Council meeting at 2:30pm. The links below will give you all info as well as allow you to take action on both items ASAP.

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