Business Bits

Published on Thu, Apr 17, 2003
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Business Bits

Chiropractic business making house calls
Reminiscent of days past, Dr. Timothy Dyches brings personal health care to the patient�s home. Chiropractic House Calls is a new practice based in Blaine and serving all of Whatcom County. Dr. Dyches is a graduate of Western State�s Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon and his education focused on evidence and research based on chiropractic procedures. He emphasized a holistic view of health care, and said he believes that a patient should be educated and then empowered to make their own health care decision.
Dr. Dyches believes patients would benefit from Chiropractic House Calls because it caters to a busy schedule, gives the patient undivided attention, comes to the patient when they are in pain, eliminates wasted time in waiting rooms, and offers conveniently scheduling with daytime and evening appointments. Also, house bound patients can benfit from a house call. For more information, Dr. Dyches can be reached at 371-8689 or tsdyches@msn.com.

New attorney at Babcock and Associates
Attorney at law Leonard D. M. Saunders recently joined Courtenay D. Babcock & Associates at 215 Marine Drive. Saunders, who graduated from Pepperdine School of Law, will be focusing on immigration law. He grew up in Vancouver and now lives locally. The firm can be reached at 332-8001.

Mayflower Park Hotel hires Sandra Hurtley
The Mayflower Park Hotel, located in Seattle, is proud to welcome new sales manager, Sandra Hurtley, to the team. Sandra will oversee the corporate market as well as the tour and travel market. She will also be responsible for maintaining strong relationships with over 100 existing preferred corporate accounts. �Sandra�s travel industry experience is quite broad. She will be a tremendous asset to our sales and marketing team,� said Stacia Williams, director of sales and marketing for the 1927 National Trust Historic Hotel of American member.
Sandra was most recently the manager of group sales for Whistler-Blackcomb where she was responsible for sales revenues for lift tickets, food and beverage and retail programs. Her hotel experience includes being a group sales manager for the Semiahmoo Resort, Colorado and guest services manager for Hotel Vintage Plaza in Portland, Oregon. Sandra has also worked for cruise ship company, Holland America, as well as travel company, Navigant Travel. �I am thrilled to bring my travel industry experience to such a fine hotel,� Hurtley expressed. �I have always admired the Mayflower Park Hotel from afar and now I have the pleasure of showcasing all the hotel has to offer.� Sandra is a Washington native; she grew up in Blaine, WA .

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