Business Briefs

Business briefs 3.14.14

This year, EEGEE’S has designated Interfaith Community Services as the primary recipient of its annual coupon booklet program. Each booklet will be available for a $7 donation and contains $48 worth of monthly discounts on eegee’s food purchases. ICS will receive 75 percent of proceeds from coupon booklets offered for sale in the restaurants starting in June. Eegee’s is also providing booklets to ICS for distribution this spring and ICS will receive 100 percent of the proceeds from coupons it distributes. To pre-order booklets for yourself or your group, call 297-6049, ext. 228 or email mfitzgerald@ic

PIMA ANIMAL CARE CENTER held a grand opening celebration March 7 for its new “pup tent,” a temporary expansion space designed to ease chronic overcrowding.

THE STEVEN M. GOOTTER FOUNDATION will present the Tucson Police Department with 50 automated external defibrillators to be distributed among patrol cars in June.

The Tucson Arts Brigade is seeking art submissions in all media from youth up to age 24 for a one-day, youth-curated event, “Color of Our Voices: A Generation of Creative Youth (G2A)” that will be held Saturday, April 26, 4-7 p.m. at the MAKER HOUSE, 283 N. Stone Ave. Submissions are due March 31. Visit to download an application.