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Cal Poly Humboldt Opens New Campus Store

Cal Poly Humboldt announced the opening of its second campus store in a news release.

Located on the corner of 8th and G Streets in Arcata, the new store sells a variety of merchandise including Cal Poli Humboldt, Redwood University and local high school brands. Humboldt State University legacy item. household goods and accessories; and Apple and Dell electronics. The site will host Humboldt County’s only Apple Authorized Service Center.

The store also has public seating with charging outlets and free WiFi for students. Items can be ordered online and shipped to your store for free, or shipped directly to your customer.

The Arcata location follows Campus Store Eureka (218 F Street, Ritz Building), which opened in November 2021.

“The campus store demonstrates the university’s pride in being part of the community. Senior Director Todd Larsen said.

Redwood Capital Announces Promotion

Redwood Capital Bank has announced changes to the management of two branches. Fortuna’s former branch manager, Bob Judevine, has been promoted to vice president and Arcata’s branch manager. Brian Gonzalez was recently promoted to Vice President and Fortuna Branch Manager. Gonzalez will also retain his current position as branch manager of the Henderson Center. Jamie Anderson has been appointed Assistant Vice President and Commercial Lending Officer.

“On behalf of the entire Redwood Capital Bank team, we are excited about the opportunities these staffing changes will bring.

Judevine joined Redwood Capital Bank in 2013. Gonzalez said he will join the Redwood Capital Bank team in December 2021. In 2019 he Anderson started working at Redwood Capital Bank.

UScellular invests in Eureka 5G site

UScellular has invested in creating new VoLTE and 5G cell sites at Eureka. These sites power his UScellular network in Eureka and are one of more than 45 sites the wireless carrier has statewide. VoLTE, or voice over LTE), will offer customers features such as HD calling and simultaneous voice and data, the company said in a news release.

In 2021, the company will invest $37 million in upgrading and modernizing its California-wide network to improve the customer experience.

Dan Vining, UScellular’s network operations manager, said in a prepared statement: “Our engineers live and work in this community and monitor the network around the clock to ensure that we are responsive to our customers’ needs.”

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