December 6, 2019

YH Advisors is one of the nation’s leading tax, law and accounting firm specializing in working with exempt organizations and nonprofits, perhaps the most underserved industry sector in the country. BY RICK WEINBERG, CALIFORNIA BUSINESS JOURNALEighteen months into Brian Yacker’s tenure as a tax associate at

Chad Beauchamp of REPAIR Sports Institute in Huntington Beach, Calif. puts a new spin on physical therapy theory, practice and technique.

By Rick Weinberg, Editor, California Business Journal

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Chad Beauchamp, President of REPAIR Sports Institute in Huntington Beach, Calif.

Chad Beauchamp, President of REPAIR Sports Institute in Huntington Beach, Calif.

WITHIN A FIVE-MILE RADIUS OF LINDSEY NOLL’S HOME IN LADERA RANCH, CALIF., there are approximately 100 physical therapists. Yet, Noll drives nearly two hours roundtrip just to work with Chad Beauchamp.

That speaks volumes about the uniqueness of Beauchamp and the quality of his approach and technique.

“I know there are a lot of good PTs [physical therapists] in my area, but there is just no one like Chad,” says Noll, a former collegiate and professional volleyball star who knows quite a bit about physical therapy, having undergone six knee surgeries during her career. “Chad’s knowledge, education, technique and experience are simply unparalleled. I would not be in the physical and mental state I am in without him.”

The USC-educated Beauchamp, a former multi-athletic star from Michigan, is Owner and Head Physical Therapist at REPAIR Sports Institute in Huntington Beach — and he is closing in on opening a separate location from its current wellness center in early 2016.

Imagine making your very own wine – by yourself. Now you can – and surprisingly it’s not in Northern California’s Wine Country.

By Rick Weinberg, Editor, California Business Journal.

Purple Feet manager Judy Slaton (L) and asst. manager Alissa Slaton (R) 1THE SPRAWLING AND MAJECTIC WINE COUNTRY OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA OFFERS EVERYTHING FROM scintillating, romantic views to tasting the finest wines on earth.

But one thing you cannot do is make your own wine by yourself, bottle it yourself and slap on your own self-designed label.

However, you can do that at Purple Feet in Huntington Beach, Calif., which is a world away from California’s royal wine country.

At BrewBakers, you can brew your own beer with your own personal label — and have a party while doing it.

By Rick Weinberg, Editor, California Business Journal.

MINDY LACEY WANTED TO DO SOMETHING UNIQUE AND SPECIAL to celebrate the second anniversary with her boyfriend Jake Michaud, but she couldn’t find anything all that intriguing. Then, as she began scanning the internet, her eyes lit up as she read about BrewBakers, a Huntington Beach personal micro-brewery where people brew their own beer, bottle it and then slap on their own personal label to commemorate an event like an anniversary or birthday.

“This was the greatest and coolest thing ever,” Michaud said after brewing a case of his own beer. “I’m still stunned. I expected to come here and watch someone brew the beer. But Mindy and I wound up doing it ourselves. It was like, ‘Oh my God I can’t believe this!’ It was a total rush. I’ve never had so much fun. This is one anniversary I’ll never forget.”