Contact Us

Use the following form to send email directly from this website to Acinta, Inc.


Our email address: : (click HERE to send email using your email software)

If you have comments about this website, or would like to suggest improvements, send email to the webmaster (Vic Elliott, (click HERE to send Vic email using your email software)


These email addresses have been specially encoded to reduce the amount of "spam", or internet junk mail, that can be targeted to email addresses on websites that are collected by "bots" or malicious robot programs which crawl from page to page looking for email addresses. If you have trouble, please use the form above to send us email; we will personally mail you our contact information.


TUCSON AZ 85739-9161


To contact us by telephone, call (520) 825-3747. You may leave a message if it is after (or before) our office hours, or if we are busy helping other clients.


Fax service is available at all times, send faxes to (520) 825-4875.

Office Hours

Our regular business hours are 11am to 7pm Monday through Friday, and by appointment.

The offices of Acinta, Inc are located in the Mountain Standard time zone, which is always 7 hours before Universal Time Coordinated (GMT/UTSC -7). Arizona does not observe Daylight Savings Time.

Business Card

QR code & vCard

If your phone supports QR codes, you may scan the following barcode to receive a vCard virtual business card with our complete contact info:

If you are viewing this page on your phone or other portable device, or if you would prefer to directly download it, you may click here for the full vCard to download it or open it in your contact management application.




QR code (abbreviated from Quick Response code) is a type of matrix barcode (or two-dimensional code) first designed for the automotive industry. Created by Toyota subsidiary Denso Wave in 1994 to track vehicles during the manufacturing process, the QR code is one of the most popular types of two-dimensional barcodes. It has recently become very popular in Japan, the UK and the United States , largely because of the growing popularity of "smart phones." QR Code is a registered trademark of Denso Wave, Inc.

vCard, or Versitcard, was originally developed in 1995 by the Versit Consortium, which consisted of Apple, Lucent (then AT&T) Technologies, IBM and Siemens. In December 1996, ownership of the format was transferred to the Internet Mail Consortium, an Internet e-mail trade association. Version 2.1 of the vCard standard is widely supported by e-mail clients. vCard is a Versit Consortium Specification and is © 1996, International Business Machines Corp., Lucent Technologies, Inc., and Siemens. versit, the versit logo, versitcard, vCard, and vCalendar are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., AT&T Corp., International Business Machines Corp., and Siemens.