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 location sells a range of products including branded items from Cal Poly Humboldt, College of the Redwoods, and local high schools; Humboldt State University legacy items; housewares and accessories; and Apple and Dell electronics. The site will have the only Apple-certified service center in Humboldt County.
The store also features public seating with outlets for charging as well, plus free WiFi for students. Items can be ordered online and shipped for free to the store for pickup, or can be shipped directly to customers.
The Arcata location follows the Campus Store, Eureka (at 218 F Street in the Ritz Building), which opened in November 2021.
”The Campus Stores showcase the university’s pride in being part of our local community. It’s been our pleasure to welcome alumni, visitors, and prospective students and families at both locations,” says Todd Larsen, senior director of housing operations.
Redwood Capital announces promotions
Redwood Capital Bank announced management changes for two branch locations. Former Fortuna branch manager Bob Judevine transferred to the position of vice president and Arcata branch manager. Brian Gonzalez was recently promoted to vice president and Fortuna branch manager. Gonzalez will also retain his current position as the branch manager of the Henderson Center location. Jamie Anderson was named assistant vice president and commercial loan officer.
“On behalf of the entire Redwood Capital Bank team, we are excited about the opportunities that these staffing changes present,” president and CEO John E. Dalby said in a prepared statement.
Judevine came to Redwood Capital Bank in 2013. Gonzalez joined the Redwood Capital Bank team in December 2021. In 2019, Anderson started working for Redwood Capital Bank.
UScellular invests in 5G sites in Eureka
UScellular has invested in creating new VoLTE and 5G cell sites in Eureka. The sites enhance UScellular’s network in Eureka and is one of more than 45 sites the wireless carrier has across the state. VoLTE, or voice-over LTE) provides customers with features such as HD calling and simultaneous voice and data usage, the company said in a news release.
In 2021, the company invested $37 million in network upgrades and modernizations across California to enhance the experience for customers.
“At UScellular we focus on providing an exceptional customer experience and a fast, reliable network to keep our customers connected to their friends and family,” Dan Vining, network operations manager for UScellular, said in a prepared statement. “Our engineers live and work in this community and monitor the network around the clock to ensure that it keeps up with the needs of our customers.”
For more information about network coverage in the area, visit uscellular.com/coverage-map.