Ken Foote owns The Event Spot, 6520 E. 1st Street, Suite B, which will open soon in Prescott Valley. He also owns the FooteWork Auto License and Title Service businesses. (Courier, file)
Originally published Sunday, April 15, 2018 at 05:59a.m.
The Event Spot opening soon in PV; now booking
The Event Spot, a venue for large gatherings, opens soon at 6520 E. 1st Street, Suite B, in Prescott Valley, and, owner Ken Foote said, reservations are being accepted.
The facility has 4,000 square feet of space, in the form of a large main room and two 250-square-foot breakout rooms. Five 75-inch flat-screen video monitors are in the main room, along with a digital projector and a 100-inch screen.
Guests will enter through a patio, and then take a bridge to cross a water feature stocked with koi.
Foote, who also owns of FooteWork Auto License and Title Service, said, “Last fall, my general manger at FooteWork was looking for a place to hold a Christmas party for our company and he was having a hard time finding a venue.”
Foote had also been trying to find a tenant for a large space he owns, so he combined the two and came up with The Event Spot.
“We’re booking up things already,” he said, and they would be likely to open in early June.
Ribbon-cutting and grand opening block party for ON Q
A ribbon-cutting ceremony by the Prescott Valley Chamber will herald the opening of both the ON Q Financial and Farmers Insurance Agency at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 17.
Then, a community block party will celebrate the grand opening of the offices at 7594 E. Palo Verde St. from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 21. The party will feature a food truck, music, prizes and family activities.
Rumor Patrol: Firehouse Subs still coming to Prescott
A Firehouse Subs restaurant is still planned for Prescott, according to a company spokesperson.
Natasha Wojcik said the location, at 811 Whipple St., across from Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s West Campus, “is tentatively slated to open at the beginning of June.”
Prescott, PV Walmarts miss out on re-modeling projects
Walmart announced on Wednesday, April 11, that it expects to spend an estimated $52 million over the next year in Arizona to re-model 15 stores.
Not included on the list: Prescott’s two stores or the one in Prescott Valley.
Walmart’s vice president and regional manager in Arizona, Paula Ginnett, said the “announcement underscores Walmart’s continued commitment to our communities, our customers and our associates — especially those in Metro Phoenix, who will be among the biggest beneficiaries of these new improvements and innovations in 2018.”
Other cities whose Walmarts will benefit include Tucson, Flagstaff, Payson, Parker, and Green Valley, north of Tucson.
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