Sedona Business News

News from Sedona, Arizona (AZ) USA – Sedona business news, as issued by the Send2Press Newswire service.


A New Romance Travel Guide For Sedona

SEDONA, Ariz. – Feb. 7 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Phyllis Johnson Innovative Strategies, LLC announces Sedona Romance Travel, an online travel newsletter that captures the spirit of Sedona. A personal journey that guides the reader and describes why Sedona is a special place for romancing the spirit and nourishing the soul. A place where lives and relationships can change forever.

Sedona Citizens Fight to Save Starry Skies

SEDONA, Ariz. – Aug. 17 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Over two hundred Sedona citizens overflowed City Hall Chambers on August 15, to plead with City Council members and the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) to preserve their renowned dark and starry skies. Led by Keep Sedona Beautiful, Inc. residents enlightened their leaders ‘on alternatives to putting up 76 sodium light poles that would add to global warming and cancer, while turning this magnificent town into a Las Vegas strip,’ according to Native Voices Foundation co-chair, Suzy Chaffee.

Half of Humanity to Raise Earth Vibration on 777 – A Message of Love, Oneness and Hope from St Francis

SEDONA, Ariz. – July 3 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — On 7.7.07, Vice President Al Gore and LIVE EARTH musicians, whom some call ‘Modern Day Shaman,’ may be playing the biggest roles of their lives, along with traditional Shaman (Indigenous Elders). Together they may be inspiring half of our Earth Family – 3 billion – to lift the vibration of Earth through joyous song, prayer and ceremonies. Shaman help unite heaven and earth for society, according to Olympic skier Suzy ‘Chapstick’ Chaffee, co-chairman of Native Voices Foundation.

Sedona Becoming Hope for Generations – You Don’t Have to Buy a Hybrid to Make a Difference

SEDONA, Ariz. – June 18 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — America’s Red Rock Cathedral is becoming a Green Model of Hope for Earth’s children. ‘To keep Sedona healthy and enhance global cooling, our community is taking bold measures,’ said Green Sedona founder Matthew Turner, a 34 year old environmental scientist. ‘Turner offers simple natural solutions which raise the green bar for his Generation X, plus Y and Z,’ said Suzy ‘Chapstick’ Chaffee, co-chairman of the partnering Native Voices Foundation.