Beale Celebrations Building Opens For Business

Published by The Bee News

May 16, 2018

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KINGMAN–Management for Beale Celebrations recognizes that Downtown Kingman is a growing, thriving entity. A vacant building is not an asset for continued growth in the community. Undertaking a new management concept the facility is moving from event promotion and planning to facility management only. Beale Celebrations is now available to directors, managers and planners of special events, festivals, fund raisers and entertainment to prepare and promote as they please.

Imagination is the only limitation.

Cindi McNiven, a long time Kingmanite, will be handling reservations and management. Cindi was born and raised in Kingman.  After living in Wyoming for 5 years she and her husband, Jeff, moved back to Kingman in 2002 to be near her parents. She graduated from BYU, has owned two small businesses and has been involved in various community organizations. Cindi recently began working at B & G Accounting & Tax where she met Werner Fleishmann, owner of Beale Celebrations. She manages the Brunswick Suites, owned by Fleischmann, and is looking forward to managing Beale Celebrations as well. She has fond memories of Kingman when the building was JC Penney’s. Cindi is excited that Beale Celebrations adds to the unique character of Downtown Kingman and provides a venue for upcoming events.

Beale Celebrations is a 9,000 sq.ft. facility with a capacity of over 600 people, an open floor plan, meeting room and office area. Centrally located at 4th and Beale Street it is in the hub of downtown Kingman activity, perfect for events of all kinds. Built in the mid 1940’s, formerly the JC Penny building, it has been renovated inside and out in an Art Deco theme.

Reservation information is available through Cindy McNiven at 928-377-5161; by email at or online at

Contributed Photo: McNiven shakes hands with Werner Fleishmann, owner of Beale Celebrations.

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