Everything’s in Motion in Casa Grande

by Renée Louzon-Benn, President, Greater Casa Grande Chamber of Commerce Everywhere we turn these days, we hear about new business and industries looking at investing in Casa Grande and Pinal County. We are part of the Technology Corridor that is buzzing with the prospect of tremendous growth in our workforce, business services and types of … Read More…

Pinal 40: Benefiting Pinal County

Mission Statement Pinal 40 exists as a fraternity of community members who organized with the primary objective of promoting Pinal County, its youth as well as farming and agriculture related businesses. Philanthropically, Pinal 40 and its membership focus on providing support and funding for youth and education through agribusiness related scholarships and support of local … Read More…

What’s Up Downtown this Fall

by Rina Rien, Director, Casa Grande Main Street With monsoon season coming to an end and the promise of cooler fall weather on the horizon, we have many reasons to entice you out to stroll the Downtown Arts and Culture District and keep it local for entertainment, dining and shopping. Our new “roadside attraction,” Casa … Read More…

Everything’s Groovy in Casa Grande

by Renée Louzon-Benn, President, Greater Casa Grande Chamber of Commerce Casa Grande has been my community-of-choice for more than 24 years. I moved to Mesa, Arizona 26 years ago from a small town in the smallest state. I was a bit overwhelmed living in a huge city – which like any urban metropolis offers invisibility … Read More…

Is Your Customer List a Trade Secret?

by Denis M. Fitzgibbons Your business owns information critical to your success, and you need to protect it from competitors and other outsiders. However, not everything you think is confidential is protected as a trade secret. In its 2013 Calisi ruling, the Arizona Court of Appeals provided useful criteria for what constitutes trade secret protection. … Read More…

2019 Pinal 40 Scholarship Awards

The 2019 Pinal 40 scholarships were presented at an awards event in Casa Grande on June 5. Each of the agricultural scholarships has a value of $2,000 or $3,000, with a combined value of $50,000. Sixteen of the twenty-two recipients attended the presentation ceremony. Congratulations to all of the scholarship winners! Applicants are required to … Read More…