Interview with an ALFA: Lindsay Fowler

We’ve lovingly dubbed our volunteers ALFAs, short for Ambassadors of Local First Arizona. They’ve likely chatted you up at our table for various Farmer’s Markets, maybe you’ve seen them showing their local love on social media–or perhaps you’ve witnessed them working hard alongside the LFA Team at our special events like the Certified Local Fall Festival & Devoured Food + Wine Classic. They’re a fun, energetic group and most of all they know their local. Read below for a fun feature on one of our ever-so amazing ALFAs! Click here for more information on how you can become part of the ALFA crew!

lfowlerLocal First Arizona prides itself in having a statewide reach, spreading localist awareness to all corners of our great state. Our volunteers, or ALFAs as we’ve explained above, are a major force that helps us meet that goal.

Meet Lindsay, an ALFA who began volunteering with us just over a year ago. Since she’s started, she has stepped up into lead volunteer roles & has become a happily welcome and familiar face around LFA headquarters. Her positively energetic attitude and love for the local movement is infectious and has been integral in helping train new volunteers, making events run smoothly and refreshing both staff and supporter’s excitement for all of the work and initiatives we have going on at LFA.

LFA: So Lindsay, what are you up to when you’re not being an amazing ALFA? 

ALFA Lindsay: I am passionate about mentoring youth and have done it for about 10 years now. I love to do art nights with my students and go on adventures as well! I am also a mixed media artist and love creating things. I try to do art as often as possible and love to introduce people to art. I would love to be an art therapist one day! I spend a lot of time going to concerts, reading, playing with my pets and going out with my friends. We love to check out new local spots and go on day trips all over AZ. We just went to Superior for the Prickly Pear Festival and had a great time checking out the local businesses there.

LFA: What does the local movement mean to you and why do you feel it is important?

ALFA Lindsay: The local movement is important to me because I have so much pride for the state I was born and raised in and have seen the amazing things AZ has to offer. Local First AZ educates the community not only on the amazing businesses and opportunities that AZ has to offer but also helps us understand why it is so important to make Phoenix a walkable city. The more we invest in our local businesses and helping them thrive, the more we thrive together as a community.

Local businesses pour more money and jobs and support back into AZ and when we support them we continue to build a city and state that we are proud of. AZ has so much culture and life and Local First helps showcase that. I love being able to walk into a business and know that my money is being spent well on unique products that are supporting our economy and also helping build relationships in my own state.

LFA: What has been your favorite event or experience volunteering with LFA?

ALFA Lindsay: Devoured is one of my favorite events overall, but I actually really loved working Fall Fest last year. It was the first time we debuted the Localist program and I was at the booth the explained what it was to people. We got to have so many amazing conversations with community members about why it was important to support local and the impact they could make if they shifted even 10 percent of their shopping. So many people were excited to start the program and support their community. The best part of our events is when you get to see a light bulb go on in someone once they realize they can make a big impact on their community and economy.  

LFA: You’re an awesome Localist, but we know no one’s perfect. :) What’s one item or area for you that is a challenge to find or source locally?

ALFA Lindsay: I would have to say typical household products. If I run out of cleaner or paper towels I find myself running to whatever the closest store is. I would like to be more proactive in choosing to buy those things from a local store, such as Bashas.

LFA: Name your top 5 favorite local businesses of the moment, ready…go! 

ALFA Lindsay:

  • Melt — perfect for a cool treat in this summer weather!
  • Crescent Ballroom- A great venue to catch a concert or grab a drink and food with friends.
  • Shine Coffee- The salted caramel latte is delicious and their living room area is the perfect place to catch up with friends.
  • Frances- Carries so many rad local products such as Hello apparel and has the perfect unique gifts for my family and friends!
  • Pizza People Pub- so many options for mac n cheese and their food overall is so delicious! Every time I go in the staff is super friendly and I always see them out supporting the community at events!
  • I had to add a 6th- I could eat at any of the Upward Projects concepts all day, every day. Its one huge family of awesome employees, the food is to die for and the environment cant be beat!

On behalf of the entire team at LFA, we want to thank Lindsay for fully embracing her ALFA awesome-ness and stepping up on countless occasions for our organization. Be sure to say hi to Lindsay at Fall Fest! For more information on how to volunteer and become an ALFA click here or send any questions to


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The Perfect Pairing

Looking for a great dinitarbell exteriorng experience in a casual yet upscale atmosphere? Award-winning Phoenix restaurant Tarbell’s continues to be a hot spot for regulars and Valley foodies. Having gained a reputation as a restaurant where the food and wine are a perfect match, diners return time and time again for a divine gourmet meal with a fabulous wine and drink menu. Voted as Best Restaurant in Food & Wine as well as receiving over 30 awards, Tarbell’s is the brain child of Mark Tarbell, the only winning competitor on the 5th season of “Iron Chef America.” Utilizing local and organic foods as well as fresh, specialty sourced ingredients, Tarbell’s food menu pushes its American fare dishes to a new level and is made even more special by the top-notch service that is given to each and every customer that passes through their doors. Whether you’re traveling solo or lookscotch beefing for a great date night locale, the family at Tarbell’s is committed to providing you with an exquisite meal, perfectly paired cocktails and wine, and making your dining experience a memorable one.

3213 E Camelback Road, Phoenix AZ 85018

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Local First Arizona’s Carlos Velasco Chosen for BALLE’s Local Economy Fellowship

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BALLE (the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies) announced its third cohort of BALLE Local Economy Fellows – 17 leaders from across North America chosen as the top pioneers of the Local Economy Movement. BALLE Local Economy Fellows participate in an intimate and rigorous 18-month leadership immersion program that further strengthens their capacity for transformative systems change in their communities. Locally, Carlos Velasco has been selected to represent Arizona; his profile can be found here: Velasco serves as the Director of Fuerza Local, Local First Arizona’s outreach initiative that works to empower the Spanish-speaking business community.


Carlos Velasco addresses attendees at monthly Fuerza Local mixer.

“I am honored to have been selected as a BALLE Local Economy Fellow,” said Velasco. “Fuerza Local was the first initiative of its kind in the country, founded to support and connect Spanish-speaking independent business owners with the resources they need to run a sustainable business. This recognition is significant for the work we have done so far in Arizona to empower Spanish-speaking business owners and the Latino community as a whole. I am excited to dive in to the BALLE Fellow program to learn how we can have an even greater impact on our local economy.

Individually, each 2014 BALLE Local Economy Fellow is a proven leader and innovative local economy connector – someone who represents, convenes, and influences whole communities of local businesses from Boston to New Orleans to Minneapolis. Combined, they are a diverse group of leaders who represent the cutting edge of social entrepreneurship incubation, community capital cultivation, and social justice.

“These challenging times require a different type of leader who can create the conditions for a new economy to emerge. Developing this type of leader is the purpose of the BALLE Local Economy Fellowship,” said Michelle Long, executive director of BALLE.  “With the transformational leadership development, skills and tools, and connections these leaders will receive as part of the fellowship, BALLE Local Economy Fellows will be poised to democratize opportunity, ownership and the economy, and bring real prosperity to more people; fundamentally fixing our global economy from the ground up.

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Carlos Velaco stands with Local First Arizona Director Kimber Lanning (center) and Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton (right) at annual Tianguis Festival.

BALLE’s Local Economy Fellowship began in 2011 with a vision of creating an interconnected network of local economies that work in harmony with nature to support a healthy, prosperous, and joyful life for all people. Within a decade, BALLE plans to connect and support 250 communities of practice across North America that bolster their local economies from within – investing in the people and businesses rooted right where they are.

Local First Arizona Director Kimber Lanning participated as a fellow in the inaugural 2011 group. “My experience as a BALLE Fellow has accelerated Local First Arizona’s work across the state,” said Lanning. “Through the fellowship, I formed important relationships and had new experiences that have improved my skills in both economic development and leadership. I am excited to see what Carlos will experience as a Fellow and hear his ideas for advancing economic development initiatives through Fuerza Local.”

The new group of fellows joins the 2011 and 2013 cohorts, bringing the total number of BALLE Local Economy Fellows to 42 leaders representing more than 34,000 businesses and reaching over one million people. The program has already seen profound, lasting outcomes within just a few years, such as $4.28 million raised by January 2014 in new funding that Fellows directly attribute to connections or skills developed through the fellowship and 74 instances of collaboration.

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Carlos Velasco speaks to graduates and guests of the Fuerza Local Business Accelerator Program.

The new group of BALLE Local Economy Fellows were selected through referrals and support from some of the most respected and well-known organizations in the field: NoVo Foundation, Echoing Green, Ashoka, New World Foundation, Rutgers Social Innovation Institute, Social Venture Network and Surdna Foundation. BALLE’s central partner in Local Economy Fellowship content development and program oversight is the  Ventana Group, world-renowned leaders in transformative leadership development and systems change.

“We believe that an economic and cultural transformation to create real prosperity will require supporting emerging innovators,” said Jennifer Buffett of the NoVo Foundation. “This is why our partnership with BALLE to identify, connect, nourish, and illuminate today’s top local economy leaders is a key part of our strategy.”

An approach to economic development that fosters local business ownership and sustainability isn’t new, and is becoming more mainstream every day. From Economic Development Quarterly to Harvard Business Review, traditional economic voices are certifying that communities with a higher density and diversity of local, independently owned businesses have more wealth, jobs, and resiliency. The aim of the BALLE Local Economy Fellowship is nothing less than a new economy built on fairness, cooperation, and sustainability.

“BALLE Local Economy Fellows aren’t waiting for big government or big business to step in and fix all that ails a dying system – instead they are working to change economies right where they are, starting with the tools and resources they have: human capital, resourcefulness, and an entrepreneurial spirit,” said Shawn  Escoffery, Director of the Strong Local Economies Program for the Surdna Foundation.

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Right Touch Massage Celebrates 30 Years in Tucson

righttouch-building-3It takes a lot to make a successful business work, and Kathy Rinn and the team at The Right Touch Massage Therapy have been doing it for 30 years.  The Right Touch facility, located in the center of Tucson at 2894 E. Fort Lowell Road offers a wide range of services.  In addition to clinical massage and spa treatments, Right Touch’s team of skilled therapists also provide shiatsu, prenatal massage, chair massage, craniosacral therapy, hot & cold stone massage, reiki, trager, sports massage, lymphatic massage and even instructive classes on the basics of massage.

Right Touch is the perfect place to relax and unwind, but both their massages and their commitment to the local community are far more than skin-deep.  As a longtime Local First Arizona member, Kathy knows the importance of showing support for other local businesses. She supports local businesses whenever possible and endorses other local businesses on the Right Touch website.  Local First AZ members also get extra special treatment at Right Touch.  Kathy updates her directory with frequent “member only” specials and right now is offering other LFA members a Hand and Foot Spa Treatment added on to any massage for only $5.

hut_6.23Right Touch will be hosting a very special party on Thursday, September 25th to celebrate their 30th anniversary.  The festive celebration will feature live music by the Speedway Brothers band, lots of great food, games, face painting and body art by Maddy’s Face and Body Art and prize drawings.  Don’t miss out on the fun!  The party starts at 6pm.  Please rsvp to (520) 326-7675 to join the celebration.

Click here to find out more about Right Touch Massage. You can click here to read past member spotlights. You can also search our local business directory to find 2,500 local businesses across Arizona.

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Going Local—100% Upside

This guest blog post was written by David Stempien.

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David Stempien

Last week, I became a Localist.

I’m not an economics expert. Nor am I a small business owner. These days, I’m just finding myself more appreciative of the business men and women who take a chance and open up their own shop.

It all started about a year ago when a friend recommended trying a new place for dinner in Chandler called Barrelhouse. So my wife and I went, and we were gastronomically pleased. But there was more to it than the food. We talked extensively with the waiter. He spoke of other new ventures popping up locally, and advised us to keep our eyes open for them. He was well-connected to other local business owners and over the course of our meal, we got the insider’s view of a network of people offering new experiences to Arizona consumers like us.

And there was still more. There was the unique, cozy atmosphere stuffed into an older strip mall, and it felt like there was some new vitality in a place I wouldn’t have gone to otherwise. Which made me think; why not stop in at some of the other stores here? It’s a pretty good motivator if you want more diversity in your strip malls.

After a few stories from our waiter about the owner, I felt a great deal of appreciation of risk-takers who strike out on their own, working 80-hour weeks to get their business off the ground. I felt like I was helping. Not because I was charitable—but because they earned it. So I made a vow to “go local” as often as possible.

So much for the emotional side of localism. It feels good. It’s fulfilling. But if you’re a left-brainer, here’s some fodder for you. I consider myself a rational, data-driven consumer—at least as best I can be. I see the studies that show spending on local businesses keeps more money in the state, a couple of which are illustrated on this website. That motivates me, too. It just makes sense. If you shop locally, it helps the state—the whole state; the people, the government, the culture, the business environment. It’s the circle of economic life, Arizona style.

Your turn. Go record a song in a local studio. Buy some Arizona produce and get some fiber in your system. Stop into the nearest custom shop and put those new rims on your car. And take a few friends to that local bar you haven’t tried yet. See how you feel. It’ll be good, I bet—so good that you’ll be motivated to write the next guest blog.

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Verde River Day Features Over 40 Nature-Based Exhibits

Screen Shot 2014-09-17 at 10.53.43 PMCalling all nature lovers! Saturday, September 27th, Dead Horse Ranch State Park is celebrating Verde River Day, a family friendly event featuring a full day of activities and events for all ages! This annual celebration is aimed at “promoting preservation and care of the environment by showcasing informative exhibits on the Verde’s riparian habitat.”

Guests can enjoy a whole slew of events, including non-stop canoe rides, live entertainment and local food vendors. And for the kiddos there’s a climbing wall, play area and pony rides. Don’t miss out on over 40 different nature-based exhibits, including sand-castle building, nature hikes, live animals and more!

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Dead Horse Ranch State Park

Verde River Day is also adding an interactive artistic element with Earth Art Gallery, where guests are encouraged to participate and create with photography/graffiti, sand paint, weaving wall, and clay sculpting.

Looking for a little relaxation? Be sure to pack your fishing pole because folks of all ages are welcome to fish in the lagoon filled with catfish. The Arizona Fish and Game Department will also have fishing clinics available. Poles, bait and tackle will be provided for all ages.

Why not turn it into a weekend? Dead Horse Ranch State Park is home to 423 acres of great camping sites and cabins, available by reservation. Come celebrate the great outdoors with the whole family at Verde River Day, located just across from the Verde River in the beautiful town of Cottonwood. See you there!

Find out more about Verde River Day! Check out what else is happening at Arizona State Parks!

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Arizona Showcases its Greatest Treasure in Clarkdale

This is a Northern Arizona Spotlight: Copper Art Museum

Copper Art MuseumYou might be surprised to see what they’ve done to the old Clarkdale High School. Inside the unassuming gray exterior is the Copper Art Museum, Arizona’s newest museum featuring American and European copper art and collections for study ranging from the 16th – 20th centuries. This incredible collection is both a commemoration of our “Copper State” as well as a celebration of the artistic man-made creations from the red-metal.

Clarkdale is the perfect location for Copper Art Museum because of its convergence of rich history as a copper mining town as well as the structural elegance that remains from the City Beautiful movement. Senator W. A. Clark first established Clarkdale in the early 20th century as a company-town and built housing for his United Verde Copper Company (UVCC) smelter. Also in the early 1900’s areas of the United States were experiencing a period now call “City Beautiful” which was a movement in urban planning referring to the construction of monumental grandeur to promote an American style and civic virtue.

On display are artifacts made by “coppersmiths, soldier artists and braziers; many of whom were masters in their trade,” states Drake Meinke, the creative mind behind Copper Art Museum. Visitors can easily spend hours marveling at the vast collection as they move around the six exhibit sections split into Information Room, Military Art Room, Art & Architecture Room, which includes a Religious Art Room, Kitchenware Collection, Drinkware Collection, and Distillery & Winery.


Military Art Room at Copper Art Museum

Stepping into the Military Art Room visitors are surrounded by Trench Art, or art created using artillery shells by soldiers during WWI. The intricate details on each shell seems to play a sort of optical illusion masking the volatile casings as delicate table decorations.

It was Drake Meinke’s mother, the second generation of antique dealers, whose fascination with copper art pieces now fills each exhibit room of the museum. “When she was selling at the shows, she started to focus more on copper items and getting away from just generalized antiques, like glass and ceramics,” Meinke said. “From the 80s and 90s, she was more into just copper artifacts.”

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Kitchenware Collection at Copper Art Museum

It took Meinke nine solid years of searching, planning, and constructing before finally opening in the old Clarkdale HS last December. “We refurbished the floors, the walls, the ceiling, the roof, the plumbing, the electricity, the bathrooms, painting,” he said. “We’ve done absolutely everything to include 450 panes of glass that were broken or plastic that we replaced in the building,”

Just shy of celebrating one year since opening its doors, Copper Art Museum has become a popular destination. Most recently, the museum has won the 2014 Governor’s Tourism Award. The Arizona Preservation award is presented to the individual, organization, or community making the most significant contribution in preserving some aspect of the natural, cultural, or aesthic legacy of Arizona.

Check out Clarkdale’s newest destination featuring Arizona’s greatest treasure, now on display daily! Group prices, individual prices and docent tours available.

Find out more info about Copper Art Museum. Find out more about pricing and hours at Copper Art Museum. Follow Copper Art Museum on their Facebook.

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LFA Empowers Pinetop-Lakeside Business Owners Through Workshops

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Local First Arizona Director Kimber Lanning leads a workshop for Pinetop-Lakeside local business owners.

Earlier this month, Local First Arizona traveled to Pinetop-Lakeside to teach a series of seminars to empower local business owners. The two September workshops, focused on social media and “leveraging your localness,” were a followup to two previous seminars that LFA led in July on customer service and tourism strategies. These four workshops were offered as a package to the Pinetop-Lakeside local business community as a way to encourage them to work collectively towards promoting and marketing their region to a wider Arizona audience. 

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The Gathering Place in Pinetop-Lakeside was a beautiful venue to host some local business workshops!

These four workshops together offered local businesses a complete set of tools to sustainably run their business. The Tourism Strategies workshop discussed different options for the region to draw tourists to the region from Arizona and beyond, focusing on what makes the White Mountain region different from other popular destinations. The Customer Service workshop was important to ensure that business owners properly trained their staffs and employed best practices to encourage repeat visitors and customers to the region and their businesses. The Leveraging Your Localness workshop taught businesses specific ways to draw customers in by focusing on their roots in the community. And the Social Media seminar for small businesses taught business owners the benefits of a well-maintained social media presence to attract visitors and locals to their businesses and promote the region as a whole. Together, these workshops offered business owners a complete set of skills to best run their businesses.

Local First Arizona has consistently promoted collaboration as a main theme in both rural and urban communities. When local businesses collaborate with one another, they can combine their resources to reach a wider audience, which benefits everyone involved. Possible collaboration strategies were discussed in the Tourism, Leveraging Your Localness, and Social Media workshops.

“I’m envisioning an ad,” mused Local First Arizona Director Kimber Lanning during the Leveraging Your Localness Workshop, “it has a mountain in the middle, with a ski shop on one side and a brewery or pup on the other, and the ad says ‘We got you coming and going.’ This full page ad, targeted at ski visitors from the Phoenix metro area, will promote specifically two local businesses at half the cost, plus draws attention to what the whole Pinetop-Lakeside community has to offer.”

This is just one example that came up of how local businesses in a rural community can really come together in a collaborative effort. For each seminar, the room was buzzing with interesting ideas for local business collaboration, we are excited to see what the Pinetop-Lakeside region comes up with!

Are you interested in hiring Local First Arizona to teach workshops in your community? Contact or 602-956-0909 ext. 1.

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5 Reasons Ajo is Paradise for Outdoor Enthusiasts

If you’ve never taken the time to stop in Ajo, Arizona, you don’t know what you’re missing. Home to 4,000 people and only one stoplight, Ajo is a place to slow down and enjoy life. You could say it’s a small town with a huge backyard. Which makes it a perfect staycation destination for anyone who likes to spend time in the great outdoors.

Here are 5 reasons why Ajo is paradise for outdoor enthusiasts:

1. Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

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Ajo is the closest community to one of Arizona’s many natural treasures, Oran Pipe Cactus National Monument. From the National Park Service: “Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is the site of cultural resources that reflect long, widespread and diverse occupations by American Indian, Mexican, and European groups. The intersection of these three cultures is significant archaeologically, geographically, and internationally. Evidence of these cultures still remains today, and as you explore the monument, one cannot help but imagine what life was like living in the Sonoran Desert.”

2. Brand New Mountain Bike Trail Maps

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Be the first to celebrate the launch of Ajo’s new mountain bike trail maps. Ajo is located at the heart of the Sonoran desert and has miles of some of the best mountain biking trails in Southern Arizona.

3. Clear Skies

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The unpolluted skies have attracted countless astronomy buffs and stargazers. Peer through massive telescopes and enjoy educational programs and Native American exhibits at nearby Kitt Peak National Observatory.

4. Hiking & Camping Galore

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Ajo is surrounded by 12 million acres of public and tribal land waiting to be explored. You can find your own little corner of the world to set up camp and enjoy the surroundings.

5. Natural Wonders

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Splendor abounds in breathtaking vistas and vibrant sunsets. Situated in the Arizona Upland Subdivision of the Sonoran Desert, the area is home to more than 1,000 species of plants and animals, many unique to the area.

Do you have the travel bug now? Join us on our Explore Arizona Weekend Getaway to Ajo, Arizona, October 10 – 12! Let us be your tour guide as you explore the natural beauty that Ajo has to offer.

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Local First Arizona and Partner on Local Online Jobs Board

local work logoLocal First Arizona and have partnered on creating an online jobs board highlighting open positions at locally owned businesses in Arizona. The jobs board can be found on the Local First Arizona website by clicking on “Find” in the menu and selecting “Find Local Jobs.”

“We are constantly working to connect Arizonans with local businesses in order to create a more vibrant local economy and to spur local job growth,” said Local First Arizona Director Kimber Lanning. “We are proud to partner with to better connect locals with available jobs right here in Arizona.

“It just made sense to partner with Local First Arizona on this project,” said Ryan Naylor, Founder and CEO of “Our purpose is to connect job seekers with local jobs, and we’ll be better able to meet this goal by working with Local First Arizona and their networks of local business owners and potential job seekers.

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A preview of the Local First Arizona jobs board powered by

According to Forbes, the Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale metro area was ranked among the top five areas to find a job in the United States this fall, coming in at number four on the list. Forbes reports that 24% of employers in the metro area plan to hire this fall and that 7% plan to decrease their workforces for a net employment outlook of 17%. This is not far behind the top metro area for jobs this fall, the San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara metro area in California, which reports a net employment outlook of 20%.

“Arizona is a prime location for job creation and hiring right now, and this new partnership with is especially important for keeping young talent and new college graduates here in Arizona,” said Lanning. “By showing Arizona’s young people that there are good jobs here and helping them connect to those jobs, we can better encourage them to keep their talents in Arizona and contribute to the local economy and the overall future of the state.

Businesses looking to post job listings on the Local Online Jobs Board can choose from a selection of plans, including a free plan that will list the job posting for seven days at no cost. Businesses can also select the Standard Plan for $50 that will post the job for 15 days, or the Featured Plan at $100 that will post the job for 30 days and includes a 10 applicant guarantee, featured promotion of the listing on, and a dedicated account manager.

The Local Online Jobs Board can be accessed here:

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