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Name of Company: Lollar Junk Removal

Owned by: Luke Lollar

Contact Person: Luke Lollar

Phone: 928.379.6390


Services or products you offer: Lollar Junk Removal provides a comprehensive suite of junk removal and demolition solutions.

OK, now, tell us what you do and what sets you apart. Feel free to elaborate. 

Our offerings include but are not limited to house cleanouts, storage unit cleanouts, construction debris removal, concrete and block wall demolition, as well as specialized services like Christmas tree and decoration pick-up. We even offer a convenient service for those times when customers forget to put out their trash cans. Our team is always ready to deliver these services promptly and professionally, making the junk removal process as hassle-free as possible for our clients.


Upcoming Events

Join us as we celebrate 

the 136th World's Oldest Rodeo

Join the celebration with a

Frontier Days Rodeo Mixer

What: 2023 Frontier Days Rodeo Mixer

Where: Prescott Rodeo Grounds

Address: 840 Rodeo Drive

Date: Thursday, June 22, 2023

Time: 5-7 PM


Be sure to bring your business cards and stay for the raffle prizes!

Register for the Rodeo Mixer

The Prescott Bluegrass Festival 

It's almost here!

The festival started as a fiddle contest dedicated to a local fiddler. In the mid-80's it took on the character of a typical bluegrass festival. Until the mid-90’s, the event was held at Watson Lake Park, and then moved to its current downtown location on the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza in 1996.

At that time the event changed character again to one with FREE admission. It remains the only FREE Bluegrass Festival of its caliber in the western United States. Financial support comes from local businesses, Lamb Chevrolet, the City of Prescott, Arizona Commission on the Arts and many additional Friends of Bluegrass, as well as raffle sales, festival tee shirts and the festival program.

​The Prescott Chamber of Commerce coordinates this FREE festival and strives to bring audiences a variety of bluegrass shows: traditional and contemporary; national, regional, and local groups; family and non-family bands – while maintaining the highest standards for the music.

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Please note: Bluegrass Festival Tickets will also be available to purchase at the Rodeo Mixer!

Ribbon Cuttings

Congratulations to

The Lookout!

We had a great turnout for The Lookout ribbon cutting held Thursday June 8. Thanks to all who attended to help get The Lookout's new facility introduced to our community. The owners are Eric and Gayla Moore, and the store manager is Ryan Crouse.

Eric's interest in birds is a lifelong passion that began when he was five years old in Massachusetts. The store is located at 1230 Willow Creek Road, formerly where Habitat for Humanity was located. Drivers on Willow Creek can't miss the store as it has three large bird models designed for the wind to catch. The store has everything one could imagine for watching birds and also a huge collection of Hallmark Cards.  


Prescott Mayor Phil Goode gave Eric and his wife Gayla a Certificate of Recognition from the City of Prescott. There were a number of city officials as well as many other community leaders that took part in the ribbon cutting. The ceremonial "First Dollar" Certificate was presented by Chamber Board Member Margo Christensen, V.P. of Marketing for Ponderosa Hotel Management Services. The Emcee for the event was Ambassador Lesa West and Robert Milligan filmed the event for the city.

Bob Shanks, Ambassador and Volunteer Photographer

Where: The Lookout, formerly Jay's Bird Barn

Address: 1230 Willow Creek Road, Prescott, AZ 86301


What a great weekend at the Plaza across from the Chamber in downtown Prescott. Vendors from all over had a wide range of selections for the many Prescott folks and visitors. 

The Chamber manned the Gazebo and handed out a lot of information on our area. The Prescott Regulators and Their Shady Ladies put on several wild west skits just adjacent to the Court House. Another very creative individual had a bubble device making giant soap bubbles for the cars passing the corner on Gurley across St. Michael's Hotel.

Bob Shanks, Ambassador and Volunteer Photographer

Here are a few more images from Crystal Stewart, Events Manager

Congratulations to Yavapai County and Sheriff David Rhodes on the successful completion of the Yavapai County Justice Center. They celebrated their Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting on June 14.

Coffee Connect

This is one of the Prescott Chamber's most anticipated and loved networking events. These mixers provide a unique opportunity to build professional connections, meet fellow Chamber Members and develop soft-touch skills. Feel free to show up early to build connections and eat some breakfast before the event starts.

Once Coffee Connect begins the host will welcome everyone and will be provided a short time to talk about the location. Then Chamber Members are separated into groups of six. The designated head of the table (usually a Chamber Ambassador) will give each individual two minutes to deliver their 'elevator pitch' on their business. After the twelve minutes are up, the participants will be asked to rotate to a new table. This happens three times with a chance to have a quick 'Lighting Round'. 

The next Coffee Connect is on Wednesday, July 26th from 7:30-9:30 AM at Hotel St. Michael.

Register Here

KINDNESS TIP OF THE WEEK: Tidy up the office!

We are an officially recognized #KindnessCertifiedChamberofCommerce!

As we commit to being good to our people, community, planet and world, we hope you will also be inspired to join us in spreading kindness in business and beyond!

If you believe your company makes a positive difference, we invite you to become an official Kindness Certified Company.

Learn more and sign up here! We hope you do!

Become a Sponsor

2023 Prescott Relocation


You can obtain a Relocation E-List that identifies people interested in moving to the Prescott area from around the nation. Those interested have specifically checked a box to allow real estate agents and other businesses to contact them directly as they prepare to move to the Prescott area. You can expect an average of 50 names per month where potential clients have agreed to have real estate agents contact them.

The cost of the E-List is only $500 annually. Relocation E-List will be emailed directly to you twice a month.

Contact Robert Coombs at the Prescott Chamber if interested.

Give the Gift of Prescott

Sign your business up for the Prescott Chamber Gift Certificate Program. Free with Membership!


Let Your Business Be Seen!


$500 Per Year
This is a list of folks that have requested moving information on Prescott, Arizona. This list will be emailed twice a month (1st & 15th) to you, with an average of 50 names per month.


$50 per day or $350 per week Highlight your business in our Visitor Center lobby with an expo table as 100+ visitors come through the doors a day!

The Prescott Chamber of Commerce is a membership-based nonprofit organization with business members ranging from sole proprietors to nationally recognized corporations.

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