Business Briefs

Business briefs 10.7.16

Aaron GreenbergAARON GREENBERG of the JIM CLICK AUTOMOTIVE TEAM was one of two winners of the Arizona Daily Star’s Readers’ Choice Awards for Best Auto Sales Person. The other winner was Alfonso Avitia of Jim Click Nissan.



JEWISH FAMILY & CHILDREN’S SERVICES received an $8,000 grant from Phoenix Suns Charities. The grant will fund a Healing Garden Project, creating a more welcoming patio at the JFCS main office and patio boxes outside the childhood trauma therapy offices.

THE TUCSON MUSEUM OF ART AND HISTORIC BLOCK has been awarded a grant of $92,500 from the national Institute of Museum and Library Service. The grant will support a project called Network Connections that will provide refugee and immigrant families with a connection to museum activities, train staff and volunteers and build partnership within the community.

ot-michael-bernsteinMICHAEL BERNSTEIN of M. BERNSTEIN REAL ESTATE APPRAISALS has earned the MAI designation from the Appraisal Institute. The MAI designation is awarded upon successful completion of a thorough educational curriculum, comprehensive examination, completion of a demonstration of knowledge report and credit for appraisal work experience.


MANY HANDS COURTYARD has scheduled art fairs on the third Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Tucson Wood Turners Association will be featured on Oct. 15 and holiday art fairs will be held on Nov. 19 and Dec. 17, which will include paper artist Anne Lowe. Other upcoming fairs will feature fiber art and ceramics. For more information, contact Cindy Haas at 331-2908.

MARTIN C. SIMON, general manager of HILTON TUCSON EAST, will oversee an $8 million renovation of the property. Prior to the Hilton Tucson East, Simon held a variety of positions in the Hyatt Hotels Corporation for more than 27 years; most recently he was general manager of the Hyatt Morristown in New Jersey.