Jorgensen Brooks expands services

Jorgensen Brooks Group and The Bagnall Company have announced a strategic partnership in which TBC will provide human resource and wellness consulting programs to customers of Jorgensen Brooks Group’s employee assistance programs.

Human resource consulting services now available to JBG customers include development of employee handbooks, job descriptions, I9 training and compliance, and salary analysis and benchmarking.

Wellness consulting services include wellness needs assessments, wellness plan development and coordination, health fair coordination and onsite screening and promotion.

“We know that offering these services from a progressive and professional human resource company like The Bagnall Company will provide our customers with additional resources normally not found in traditional EAPs,” said JBG president Donald Jorgensen, Ph.D.

For more information, contact The Bagnall Company, Mark W. Bagnall CLU, at or Jorgensen Brooks Group, Donald Jorgensen, Ph.D., at

Jorgensen Brooks Group is an independent Tucson-based national firm delivering employee assistance program services, behavioral health program development, corporate training and consultation worldwide. The Bagnall Company is an independent human capital resource consulting firm based in Phoenix.

Spring Mobile opens in Tucson Mall

Spring Mobile has opened its seventh and eighth retail locations within AT&T’s Desert Southwest region.

The newest stores are located inside the Tucson Mall, 4500 N. Oracle Road, and in the Shops at Tuscano on Lower Buckeye Road in Phoenix.

Spring Mobile opened its first AT&T authorized retailer location in its Desert Southwest region in October 2010, with the second following closely in November 2010.

The company was founded in Utah in April 2001.

Mountain Vista searching for new fire chief

Mountain Vista Fire District has started the process of identifying and selecting a new chief executive officer/fire chief to be responsible for the administration of the district. 

During the selection process, Mountain Vista Fire District, in partnership with Rural/Metro Fire Department, will continue to provide the same level of emergency services to district residents. 

For more information, call 575-4087.

Fitness club to open at Oracle/Magee

Anytime Fitness has signed a lease for space in the Entrada de Oro Shopping Center at the southwest corner of Oracle and Magee roads. Construction on the 4,800-square-foot exercise facility is due to start immediately; the club is expected to open by early September.

The 24-hour, coed fitness club is owned by Mike and Gail Urbanski. Members use a security-access key to enter the club, even when it is not staffed. Once inside, they have full use of state-of-the-art strength training and cardiovascular equipment.

The Oracle and Magee club also will offer personal training, massage therapy, group classes and Fitness on Request. All Anytime Fitness gyms include membership reciprocity, which allows members to use any of its more than 1,500 clubs in the United States, Canada and Australia.

For more information, visit

Mattress Firm opens first Tucson store

CB Richard Ellis has negotiated a 6,107-square-foot lease at Oracle Village, a neighborhood retail center located on the southeast corner of Oracle and Roger roads. Specialty bedding retailer Mattress Firm has opened its first store in the Tucson area.

Nancy McClure of CBRE’s Tucson office represented the landlord, Machado Family Properties of Leucadia, Calif., in negotiating the long-term lease. The tenant, Houston-based Mattress Firm Inc., was represented by Darren Pitts of Velocity Retail in Phoenix.  The exact terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Located at 3976 N. Oracle Road, the space was previously occupied by Blockbuster Video.

“The departure of Blockbuster Video from this and other markets around the country has created opportunities for new and expanding retailers to secure space in prime retail hubs that otherwise would not be available,” said McClure. 

Mattress Firm has plans for other stores in Tucson and is working on securing other high-visibility sites around the city.

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