Creative Business Resources to Move Headquarters to Revitalized Neighborhood

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Creative Business Resources to add to the revitalization of neighborhood with new services and artistic enhancements.

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Creative Business Resources (CBR) is pleased to announce that it will be moving its corporate headquarters into the Bethany Home and 16th Street neighborhood at the end of October. A human resources outsourcing company that provides services for the small business owner, HR manager, and CEO & CFO throughout Utah, Arizona, Nevada, and California, CBR will join a the list of businesses that are working to bring vitality to one of Phoenix's longtime, prominent areas.

With new restaurants, shops, and businesses having made their homes in the area in the past few years, the corner of 16th Street and Bethany Home Road continues to grow as a popular hub for shoppers, foodies, and Phoenix residents. And Creative Business Resources is excited to bring its corporate headquarters to the area and be a part of the re-growth of this historically popular Phoenix neighborhood.

"We are excited to be a part of the revitalization of this neighborhood," said Mike Tope, CEO of CBR. "There have been some great additions to the area in the past few years and we are looking forward to developing relationships and enhancing the neighborhood, not only with our services, but with aesthetic improvements as well."

CBR has hired renowned artist Santos Orellana to paint an urban style mural inside of the CBR corporate headquarters. Orellana, a self-taught artist native to the country of Honduras and based out of San Diego, will be working October 13-16 to revitalize the new office space. Mr. Orellana is thrilled to begin his first urban mural in Arizona as part of a campaign that spans the world. He has just returned from Saudi Arabia where he produced several pieces of art, and has also finished art murals in schools in the San Diego area. While in Arizona, Mr. Orellana will also be conducting a street art project. He will be taking photos of pre-produced 6x8” art which he will place in the surroundings on the streets of Scottsdale. He developed a similar street art campaign in San Diego (40 Cans of Freedom - Free Art Project - San Diego September 2013 ) to showcase how art interacts with the community. The Media is invited to video tape or photograph Santos as he works at CBR or interview him while conducting the street art project.

For more information on Creative Business Resources, the services they provide, the upcoming move, and the redesign of the office space, contact Mike Tope, CEO, CBR, (602)200-8500, mtope(at)cbri(dot)com.

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