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Proudly serving gourmet coffee & espresso. Quality blends & local friends.
2644 Diamond Lake Blvd, Roseburg, Oregon 97470
Phone: 541-817-3041 Email: email@example.com
Don’t Miss this informative energy efficiency program designed to include walk-throughs of recently retrofit business buildings.
Calculate the return-on-investment for your home and/or business building (including incentives and rebates).
Local experts share necessary retrofitting steps, provide resources, and offer educational displays.
Oregon Department of Energy guests speak about Oregon’s 10-year energy proposal. Explore how your input can affect legislation.
Our goal is to create a thriving network of Farmers’ Markets in the Umpqua Valley. These markets will provide an abundance of fresh local foods to consumers and businesses while creating a space for local artisans to sell their wares.
Upcoming Classes in financial planning, farm direct policy & meat processing: Download the flyer
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) awarded NeighborWorks Umpqua a two-year grant to promote five farm markets in Douglas County. These include Canyonville, Lookingglass, Old Town, Sutherlin and Umpqua Valley Farmers Markets.
Our goal is to create a thriving network of Farmers’ Markets in the Umpqua Valley that provide an abundance of fresh local foods to consumers and businesses while supporting our local agricultural industry. Goals will be accomplished through technical assistance, coordinated marketing/branding strategies and integrating community resources. Besides uniting the 5 markets, the main goal of the program is to increase public awareness of the offerings of the farmers markets. Through an intensive branding/marketing campaign, consumers will become aware of what produce is available, when and where they can access it and be educated as to the many health and economic benefits of buying local produce.
Click the link to read the press release.
Click on this link to view our upcoming workshops: FMPP Spring Workshops.
We are offering one free year of membership to one lucky TLU member who helps us spread the most love via facebook.
How to participate:
1. You must be a current TLU member
2. You must have a facebook page for your business
3. You must “like” TLU facebook page from your business page
4. Share the following status update on your business Facebook page (Copy and paste with appropriate tags)
<Tag Your Business Name> is a proud member of the <tag Think Local Umpqua>. We are encouraging you to “Love Your Local” businesses this Valentine’s Season (and all year round). To share your local love, like this status. When you shop local, THREE times the amount of money stays right here in Douglas County (verses shopping at national chains). To find out specials and deals from locally owned businesses all around Douglas County, “like” Think Local Umpqua. www.facebook.com/ThinkLocalUmpqua.
5. The winner will be the business with the most fans “liking” their status.
Contest runs from Thursday, February 7 to Friday, February 15, at 10:00pm.
The business with the most fans who like their status will win one year free membership with Think Local Umpqua (a $120 value).
Must be a current TLU member. Not a member yet? Join here
You may post the status as many times as you would like, we will add the totals from each of your posts. You MUST tag TLU facebook page in your status update to qualify. The winner will be notified via email & announced on facebook on Monday, February 18.
Share the Love. Spread the Love.
Love Your Locals.
Numerous studies have shown each dollar spent at a locally owned, independent businesses creates far greater community wealth. The most recent, published by Civic Economics and Local First Utah in August of 2012, Locally-owned retailers were found to spend 52% of their revenues in the local economy, compared to just 14% with chain retailers. Click the graph for the full story.
It’s Small Business Saturday, and this year, it’s happening on November 24th.
Shop Small this November 24th, and let’s make this the biggest day of the year for small business.
To learn more, visit ShopSmall.com.
Dr. J. Lee Sharp DDS, PC, and Associates
1683 West Harvard
Roseburg, OR 97471
Short History of your business
J. Lee Sharp, DDS, solidified his Roseburg general dental practice before he even graduated from the University of California, San Francisco School of Dentistry in 1984.
During dental school, Dr. Sharp met a colleague who owned the Roseburg practice and told him that he would buy the practice if it were ever up for sale. The opportunity arose just as Dr. Sharp was embarking on his professional career.
In the ensuing years, Dr. Sharp built and grew the practice in to what is today – The Dental Health Center. With 14 operatories, one associate, 4 hygienists and a myriad of services The Dental Health Center has become the premier dental practice in the Douglas County area. . Dr. Sharp is a member of the Umpqua, Oregon and American Dental Associations and the Academy of General Dentistry, and serves on the board of trustees of the Oregon Dental Association.
About the product or service
At The Dental Health Center we are committed to providing complete dentistry for every family member including children and we personalize our care to each patient’s needs and comfort level. We offer various levels of sedation and serve patients with a wide range of needs including those with disabilities, dental phobias, anxiety, and a fear of shots, severe gag reflexes and complicated medical histories or those who may need advanced relaxation or delicate care. We provide lifetime preventative care and guarantee our dental work. The general dentists at The Dental Health Center offer treatment to the entire family from young children to seniors. For the convenience of our denture patients, we have an excellent in office denture team. We strive to reduce patient stress with a pleasant and comfortable experience at every visit.
About the business philosophy
The Dental Health Center is dental TLC. To many TLC is tender loving care – and we agree. But we think it is a bit more. To us it is also Technology, Longevity and Complete Care.
We strive to help patients, relieve their anxiety, help them smile again and feel good about how they look. In our over 30 years of practice in Douglas County, we have perfected our system and learned that treating our friends with the best products, the best services and using the latest advancements in dentistry is about the best way to show we care.
Why did you join TLU
We believe in our community. Whether it be Roseburg, Douglas County or our circle of friends – To us community is giving and service. Joining a project like Think Local Umpqua helps give a framework for our dedication to building strength where we live, serve and work.