Chase International has opened a new office in Minden. Chase has been well established in Carson Valley, consistently selling all price ranges of properties. The addition of this office strengthens the company’s presence in Northern Nevada and the Sierra region. Mike Dunn is serving as the Minden sales manager.
Prior to joining Chase International, Dunn was the sales and marketing director for the Lake Tahoe region of Sotheby’s International Realty.
“Mike’s extensive knowledge of our area and industry expertise makes him a valuable asset,” said Susan Lowe, corporate vice president for Chase International.
The office is located at 1644 Highway 395. Its phone number is 782-2777.
Moreau joins Re/Max office
Dee Dee Moreau has joined Re/Max Realty Affiliates in Gardnerville. She was born and raised in the Adirondack Mountain region of upstate New York, and relocated to Carson Valley in 1987. She became a licensed Realtor in 1992 and has worked full-time in the Carson Valley area since then, with specialties including residential, land, multi-family, equestrian, farm and ranch properties. Before joining, in addition to practicing general real estate, she was certified as a relocation specialist with Cartus, assisting real estate buyers and sellers through General Electric for ten years. Moreau holds the certified distressed property expert designation.
Bently purchases waste oil company
Bently Biofuels Co. purchased the assets of Got Grease?, a Bay Area waste oil and grease trap pumping company that collects used cooking oil throughout the San Francisco peninsula, East Bay, and Marin areas up to Sacramento. All waste oil collected is recycled into biodiesel at Bently Biofuels’ Minden plant. Bently biodiesel is available for sale at their outlet on Buckeye Road.
Sierra Kombucha, Co-Op strike deal
The Sierra Kombucha Company of Minden said it struck a deal to retail its product, a beverage made from green tea, cultured bacteria and yeast and fruit juice, through Great Basin Community Food Co-Op in Reno.
Nevada firms win Marine contracts
Two Nevada companies have won contracts providing goods to the U.S. Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center at Bridgeport, Calif. Kingsbury Automotive Supply at Stateline won a contract worth $6,629 to provide a snowplow to the training center, and Cinderlite Trucking of Carson City won two contracts totaling $132,524 to provide fractured river rock and road construction materials.