Properties in Central Oregon

Avis Rent a Car

Automobile rentals from the Redmond Airport and various locations within Bend. For special discount rates phone us at 800-331-1600. Please call the Redmond location directly at 541-923-3750, should you have any special needs. Redmond Airport (RDM) Mission and Values Our Vision “We will lead our industry by defining service excellence and building unmatched customer loyalty.” Our Mission “We will ensure a stress-free car rental experience by providing superior services that cater to our customers’ individual needs…always conveying the ‘We Try Harder®’ spirit with knowledge, caring and a passion for excellence.” Our Values Integrity We will honor all commitments to our customers, employees and shareholders. We will conduct business with unwavering high standards of honesty, trust, professionalism and ethical behavior. We will communicate openly and frequently, sharing what we know, when we know it. Respect for the Individual We will treat each person with whom we work with respect, professionalism and dignity. We will communicate expectations to employees, and provide honest and timely feedback on performance. We will embrace a diversity of ideas, cultures, ethnicities, and backgrounds to enhance our promise and value to customers. We will provide career development opportunities for employees who show initiative, and performance results to help them individually manage their careers to maximize their potential. Quality We will place the interests of our customers first. We will be dedicated to providing an individualized rental experience that assures customer satisfaction and earns the unwavering loyalty of our customers We will ensure that the “We Try Harder®” philosophy underlies everything we do and shines through in our service to customers. Teamwork We will work as one cohesive team from the smallest unit to the organization as a whole. We will develop and retain leaders who continually raise the bar, provide direction, remove barriers and empower people to successfully accomplish goals. We will maintain a caring and supportive work environment that fosters a sharing of ideas, skills and resources. Growth and Profitability We will be dedicated to continuous innovation and pursue new ideas and opportunities to accelerate profitable growth. We will deliver value in all we do to assure consistently high returns to our shareholders. We will recognize and reward excellent performance, which drives superior results. Community Responsibility We will be active participants in our communities and encourage employee involvement in civic and charitable activities. We will be role model business leaders in the countries and communities in which we operate. We will develop and implement business practices consistent with safeguarding the environment.

Baldwin’s Custom Hat & Boot Co.

From Gene Baldwin’s imagination and skilled hands in hat making, you would think he’s been a milliner for decades. But he hasn’t.Gene spent most of his working life in Portland, Oregon as a funeral director. He also bred, raised, and showed fine Arabian horses for a couple dozen years.Gene’s retired… You wouldn’t know it from the quantity of hats he makes, but it’s obvious in the pleasure he derives from the process of hat making. The hat history he consumes. The ideas he generates. And how much he enjoys connecting with other people with any interest in hats.Gene and his wife Debra retired to Sisters, Oregon in 1995. Gene is obviously someone who can’t just do nothing, so, in addition to his time with his horses, he started selling Serratelli cowboy hats. Then a friend asked him a pivotal question, “You just gonna sell, or you gonna try to make them?”So, he contacted a hat maker in Grant’s Pass and apprenticed with him. And, in 2004, decided to make hats — the old-fashioned way.The old-fashioned way. That’s key to Baldwin. It encompasses ideas like using antique milliners’ equipment. Listening to the customer. Using the highest quality materials that work the best and last the longest. No shortcuts. Engaging with people who use cowboy gear. Engaging with other artists. Taking the time to do it right the first time.If old-fashioned values are something you make time for in today’s busy world, and you like to wear fine hats, you and Baldwin will get along fine!

Barney Prine’s Steakhouse & Saloon

Welcome to Barney Prines Steakhouse & Saloon! A Happy Hour Menu and Lottery!Barney Prine’s Steakhouse & Saloon located in Prineville, Oregon is known for the finest of dining. Locally owned and well established for 13 years, Barney Prines has a reputation of excellent food, spirits, and service.Serving only choice USDA meats all hand-cut, prepared in-house and served to your specifications. Barney Prine’s provides an enjoyable dining experience. For your seafood selection, Barney Prine’s offers the largest, all fresh, seafood menu in Prineville and possibly all of Central Oregon.Barney Prine’s Steakhouse & Saloon is open every day from 4:00 p.m. til closing. for dinner. Now serving BREAKFAST on Sunday from 9:00 a.m. til 1:00 p.m. The bar is open every day at 4:00 p.m.Take A Step Back In Time! Established in 1868, Prineville is the oldest community in Central Oregon. The first settlers in what was to become Crook County settled in the “Oh-cho-coe,” a Paiute word meaning “willows. The post office for the community has been established with the name of Prine, after Barney Prine, in April 13, 1871, but changed to Prineville on December 23, 1872. Prineville was founded in 1877 when Monroe Hodges filed the original plat for the city. The city incorporated in 1880 and in 1882 the county separated from Wasco County and was named for General George Crook, a recognized Indian fighter. Prineville obtained its first high school in 1902 and is also the former home of the famous J. Oscar Olsen, renowned poet and entrepreneur. When Barney Prine settled on the banks of the Crooked River, he bu9ilt a blacksmith shop and a store-saloon. Prineville was the primary place of trade until 1911 when the Union Pacific and Oregon Trunk railways extended south from the Columbia River to Bend. In 1917, Prineville took action and voted 355 to 1, to build their own railroad to join the Oregon Trunk Railways and Union Pacific north of Redmond. In the 1930’s-1940’s the decision to build the railroad paid back the investment by shipping vast amounts of lumber over the rails. The City of Prineville still owns and operates the Railroad today.

Beach Hut Deli

Beach Hut Deli is an artisan deli in Bend with amazing sandwiches and great craft beers like you’ve never experienced before. Owners local since 1996. Located in downtown Bend overlooking Drake Park. Family friendly environment with indoor and outdoor seating, pet friendly, 12 TV’s, shuffleboard, darts, and fire pit. At Beach Hut Deli, catering is available for meetings, sports teams, family events. Individual delivery is available through Door Dash. At Beach Hut Deli in Bend, Oregon, our sandwiches are nothing like you have ever experienced. Every ingredient is top quality and completely fresh. Our menu is also unique. Many of our sandwiches contain cream cheese, fresh sliced avocados and other delicious combinations. You will be amazed after you experience one of our delectable sandwiches. But we give more to our customers than great sandwiches. We give our customers a fun, relaxing home-away-from-home environment where they can hang out and “chill.” We listen to great music, watch local sporting events, socialize, and have camaraderie. We would love for you to come and see us and enjoy the Beach Hut Deli. We offer the perfect atmosphere for your team or group to gather before or after games or special events. Sports are always playing on our HDTV’s, and we have large spaces so your party can sit together. We offer catering options to small and large groups. Beach Hut Deli can deliver or you can pick up. We can customize to your group needs. Call us to let us feed your next meeting or event.

Ben & Jerry’s

Want to have your Ben & Jerry’s ice cream the way it was originally intended? Head into our locally owned and operated Bend Ice cream shop and dig into any of our euphoric ice cream flavors in the way the first scoops were served up by Bend and Jerry themselves. What’s a celebration without dessert? Or a Monday without ice cream? No fun, that’s what. Ben & Jerry’s ice cream cakes are the perfect choice for office parties, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Valentine’s Day, graduation parties, birthdays, or just because! Ordering your ice cream cake is as easy as, well, cake! Get your party started and visit us in the Old Mill District in Bend, Oregon. Catering Office party coming up? Lobby event in your office building? Birthday party? Even a wedding? Aren’t you bored with the same old same old taco bar or tired sheet cake? Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Catering specializes in serving your favorite flavors in cups, cones, and sundaes to turn your next gathering into an ice cream extravaganza. We show up and do it all—all you do is eat ice cream and party on. Ben & Jerry’s operates on a three-part mission that aims to create linked prosperity for everyone that’s connected to our business: suppliers, employees, farmers, franchisees, customers, and neighbors alike. Ben & Jerry’s is founded on & dedicated to a sustainable corporate concept of linked prosperity. Our mission consists of 3 interrelated parts: Our Economic Mission asks us to manage our Company for sustainable financial growth. Our Social Mission compels us to use our Company in innovative ways to make the world a better place. Our Product Mission drives us to make fantastic ice cream – for its own sake. Ben & Jerry’s History: From a renovated gas station in Burlington, Vermont, to far-off places with names we sometimes mispronounce, the journey that began in 1978 with 2 guys and the ice cream business they built is as legendary as the ice cream is euphoric. With a $5 correspondence course in ice cream-making from Penn State and a $12,000 investment ($4,000 of it borrowed), Ben and Jerry open their first ice cream scoop shop in a renovated gas station in Burlington, Vermont. In 1979, Ben and Jerry celebrate the shop’s one-year anniversary – and the customers who made it possible – by holding the first-ever Free Cone Day: free scoops for all, all day long. The annual ice cream give-away continues today in scoop shops around the world. Ben and Jerry rent space in an old spool and bobbin mill on South Champlain Street in Burlington and begin packing their ice cream in pints. The reason? To distribute to grocery and Mom & Pop stores along the restaurant delivery routes Ben services out of the back of his old VW Squareback wagon. 1987: Ben & Jerry’s introduces Cherry Garcia® ice cream. Named for Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia at the suggestion of two “DeadHeads” from Portland, Maine, Cherry Garcia® becomes the first ice cream named for a rock legend!

The front of Bend Brewing Company's downtown Bend, Oregon restaurant.

Bend Brewing Co.

Handcrafted Food and Brews on the Deschutes Bend Brewing Co. is a great place to have lunch, dinner or just some hot nachos and cold handcrafted beer after a day skiing or hiking in Central Oregon’s recreational paradise. In the summer, B.B.C.’s patio is the best place in town to dine outside. In the winter, come in and warm up with a malty seasonal ale. Come and see for yourself why we’re the locals’ favorite! Try one of their signature brews: High Desert Hefeweizen, Metolius Golden Ale, Elk Lake IPA, Outback Golden Ale or Pinnacle Porter. They also have a selection of seasonal brews; Big Eddy Bitter, Hop-Head Imperial IPA or Paulina Pale Ale. Bend Brewing doesn’t just offer great microbrews they also have a great menu with offerings like the Outback Old Ale Brats, Thai Curry and locally famous Fish and Chips. Beer Awards: 2014 GABF Gold medal winner: Salmonberry Sour 2013 GABF Gold medal winner: Ching Ching and Lovely Cherry Baltic Porter. Bronze medal winner: Black Diamond Dark Lager 2013 North American Brewers Association Gold medal winners: Ching Ching, Ludwig German Pilsener, Wicked Medicine and a Bronze medal to Outback X 2012 GABF Bronze medal winner: Lovely Cherry Baltic 2012 North American Brewers Association Silver medal winner: Scottish Heart 2012 World Beer Cup Gold medal winner: Ching Ching in the American Sour Category 2011 GABF Bronze medal winner: Ching Ching 2011 NABAA Silver medal winner:Wicked Medicine; Bronze medals: Outback X and Doppelbock 2010 GABF Silver medal winner for Cherry Baltic Porter and Bronze medal for Outback X 2010 NABAA Bronze medals…Metolius Golden Ale, Outback X and Dry Irish Stout 2008 GABF Bronze medal winner for HopHead Imperial IPA! Brewers Association World Beer Cup 2008 Champion Brewery Small Brew-Pub Category Winner-Tonya Cornett & Bend Brewing Company