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Casa Grande’s Rising Stars

The heart of our mission at VoyagePhoenix is to find the amazing souls that breathe life into our city. In the recent weeks, we’ve had the privilege to connect with some of the Greater Phoenix area’s finest artists, creatives, entrepreneurs and rabble rousers and we can’t begin to express how impressed we are with our city’s incredibly deep talent pool. Check out inspiring stories from Casa Grande and surrounding areas below.

Kathie Takach

Started hairdressing in 1983, from the Vidal Sassoon school. have worked ever since while racing mountain bikes and traveling all over B.C. and the western U.S. came to Az first in the early ’90s and settled in Tucson in ’94 eventually trading the race bike for a rescued racehorse Lois. Competed in eventing with many horses that were given to me with behavioral issues but became jumpers and sold. Coming to my senses in 2007 after breaking my pelvis. Read more>>

Julia Gallardo

I’ve found that you don’t seek out Home Inspection, Home Inspection sort seeks out you. It’s not a career you plan on pursuing when you end up in it. But my mother-in-law was buying her first home. My husband and I, dating at the time, were moving in with her. I still hadn’t seen the house yet, so when it was inspection time I came after work. She was talking in the kitchen with her Realtors when I saw this man in the house and I thought, ‘why is this strange man wandering around the house. Read more>>

Francisco Pinto

From a very young age I was influenced by my father and an uncle who lived with us at home, while studying painting and advertising drawing, which is a reference throughout my life professionally, my father was not a painter but he did as a hobby, he loved a good life, he had an approach to photography mainly for work things , I was at that time in charge of a studio, that influenced my brothers, one is DJ his passion is music. Read more>>

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