Tuesday, 19 June 2018

December Dates Set for Dance Kids’ 25th Anniversary Full-Length 'Nutcracker: A Monterey Peninsula Tradition,’ Featuring 39-Member Symphony Orchestra, Children’s Choir, at Carmel’s Sunset Center

Dance Kids of Monterey County, celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, announced that its popular “Nutcracker: A Monterey Peninsula Tradition,” will be performed Dec. 7-9 at the Sunset Center in Carmel.

Carmel, CA, June 19, 2018 — Dance Kids of Monterey County, celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, announced that its popular “Nutcracker: A Monterey Peninsula Tradition,” will be performed Dec. 7-9 at the Sunset Center in Carmel.

Once again, the annual ballet will feature the 39-member Monterey County Pops! symphony orchestra conducted by Dr. Carl Christensen. And, for the first time, the production will feature a children’s choir performing onstage during Act I’s “Dance of the Snowflakes.”

“We are so honored and excited to be celebrating our 25th anniversary this year,” says Dance Kids founder and artistic director, Carol Richmond. “It’s so heartening to know that the community continues to support our mission to strengthen character and positively influence children’s lives through the performing arts. We will continue to grow and improve and bring on new talent to carry on that legacy.”

With that in mind, Dance Kids also announced they have named veteran professional dancer and teacher Philip Pegler as its new Artistic Director. Pegler has more than 30 years of experience in classical ballet as a professional dancer and teacher. He was most recently Dance Kids’ Ballet Director.

The performance weekend begins Dec. 7, 2018, with another tradition and a gift to the community; a free 10 a.m. Friday morning show given each year to the school children of the Monterey Peninsula. Dance Kids gifts the 700-seat theater to the underserved youth in the community.

There will be a 7 p.m. Friday night show, a Gala fundraiser on Saturday night, Dec. 8, 2018, at 5 p.m. and show at 7, and the much-anticipated “Sugar Plum Fairy Champagne and Tea Party” at 12:15 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 9, followed by the show at 2 p.m.

The full-length ballet features more than 100 dancers ranging in age from 4 to adult; over 400 costumes and countless numbers of accessories, including headpieces, hats and gloves. This production requires countless hours of volunteer time and elaborate set design featuring local scenes and landmarks. The previous budget of $75,000 has grown to over $125,000 with the inclusion of the symphony. The funds were raised by the Dance Kids Board of Directors and Friends of Dance Kids.

A new addition to the production this year will be a children’s choir under the direction of Dance Kids vocal and drama instructor Stacy Meheen. The choir of children ages 6-14 will perform a wordless vocalization during Act I’s finale, “Waltz of the Snowflakes.”

“It’s an angelic sound, it’s quite lovely,” says Meheen, who is the executive director of the Wharf Theatre and voice and drama teacher at Carmel River School. “It will be very special and very spectacular.”

Meheen is seeking singers for the choir and has scheduled vocal auditions for children 6-14, at 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 19, at Carmel Academy of Performing Arts, Mission Street and Eighth Avenue, in Carmel. For more information, call (831) 624-3729.

The entire production is open to all dancers from the community and boasts a spirit of inclusion to all that audition. Auditions and rehearsal begin in September. Andrea Paris Gutierrez, of the Los Angeles Ballet Academy, returns as choreographer, with five local rehearsal directors coordinating the production. Three of the five directors are Royal Academy of Dance, London, certified instructors.

Three years ago, Dance Kids rebranded “Nutcracker; A Monterey Peninsula Tradition” and incorporated the Old Del Monte Hotel as the setting for the first act party scene and introduced famous characters associated with the Peninsula, such as Salvador Dali and John Steinbeck.

Richmond says, "The story line and choreography remain the same yet reflect the tradition of the heyday of the Peninsula in the early ’20s and ’30s."

In the near future, the production will announce the guest artists performing in December's productions.

Set designer for the production is Nicole Bryant-Stephans of Bottega Design, and costumes are by Joanne Phelps.

In addition, Dance Kids of Monterey County will once again present performances of “Cascanueces: A Folklorico Nutcracker,” in South County schools in November.

Now in its fifth year of touring Monterey County, the annual holiday tradition in story and dance celebrates the rich culture of Mexico and countries south of the border. The idea of melding European music and music from Spanish-speaking countries to create a “Cascanueces” has brought together mariachi musicians, folkloric choreographers and local ballet dancers.

The November 2018 tour date of “Cascanueces” is reserved by South County schools early each school year in the anticipation of a colorful and educational assembly. The tour begins in San Ardo with performances in San Lucas, King City, Greenfield and Salinas.

Sponsorships are now available for “Cascanueces” as well as in June for December’s “Nutcracker” performances. Call (831) 622-9008 for more information.

Monterey County Pops! was founded in 1985 and not only provides to the community free, public pops-and-patriotic concerts on holidays, but is the only orchestra in Monterey County that provides a tuition-free, professional performance experience for disadvantaged students in their own communities.

Their audience has grown to approximately 6,700 and 175 young, underserved performers created six professional-quality performances in collaboration with the orchestra last year.

About Dance Kids
With over 24 years of production history, Dance Kids of Monterey County, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization founded by Richmond, is proud of its wide range of theatrical experience that support the youth of the Monterey Peninsula. In the early days, productions at the Carmel Ballet Academy included “Nutcracker” and original spring musicals written by Walt de Faria and a full-length spring ballet, produced at Sunset Center.

Dance Kids was known for fun-loving nostalgia surrounding the musical and drew from the community a range of young people and their families committed to theater. As it grew, its little venue could not handle the “Nutcracker” any longer, but continued at the venue for the spring musicals, until those too, outgrew the dance studio. “Nutcracker” moved to Sunset Center in 1995 and has remained there as its home venue except for the years the center was being remodeled.

Dance Kids “Nutcracker” has grown into a premier production eagerly awaited by cast and community. The original vision of Dance Kids of Monterey County has been honored as well as surpassed in the ensuing years. This year is one of pivotal change and growth.

Street Address:
Sunset Center, Cottage #17
San Carlos Street at 10th Ave.,
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 6225
Carmel, CA 93921
Phone: (831) 622-9008
Fax: (831) 218-1293
Email: info@dancekids.org
Website: dancekids.org

Contact:
Marci Bracco Cain
Chatterbox PR
Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 747-7455
http://www.dancekids.org

Monday, 18 June 2018

Dance Kids of Monterey County Will Present Fifth Annual Performances of ‘A Folklorico Nutcracker’ at South County Schools in November

Now in its fifth year of touring Monterey County, Dance Kids of Monterey County will once again present performances of “Cascanueces: A Folklorico Nutcracker,” in South County schools in November.

Carmel, CA, June 18, 2018 — Now in its fifth year of touring Monterey County, Dance Kids of Monterey County will once again present performances of “Cascanueces: A Folklorico Nutcracker,” in South County schools in November.

The annual holiday tradition in story and dance celebrates the rich culture of Mexico and countries south of the border. The idea of melding European music and music from Spanish-speaking countries to create a “Cascanueces” has brought together mariachi musicians, folkloric choreographers and local ballet dancers.

This year, 10 students each from elementary schools in San Ardo, San Lucas, Greenfield, and King City, will study a dance with two folkloric dancers and one musician for six weeks prior to the school performance. These students will then perform with the professional troupe in the assembly at their respective schools.

Ten mariachi musicians will perform Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece rewritten by Salinas-born Jalisco harpist, William Faulkner. The program includes the four divertissements from the second act and the much-loved “Sugar Plum Fairy” solo, performed by a Dance Kids' ballerina in a traditional tutu. Folkloric dancers perform four traditional, and very different, dance styles from four Mexican states. Together the program bridges cultures and fosters growth and understanding of diversity through the art of dance.

The November 2018 tour date of “Cascanueces” is reserved by South County schools early each school year in the anticipation of a colorful and educational assembly. The tour begins in San Ardo with performances in San Lucas, King City, Greenfield and Salinas.

At least two of the schools invite other schools to their assemblies, allowing Dance Kids to impact more than seven schools in one tour date. In November 2017, there were more than 1,500 audience members in elementary through high school in attendance. The day culminated in a performance at Hartnell College in Salinas to a standing-room-only, 250-seat music hall setting.

Dance Kids of Monterey County, founded in 1993, is a non-profit group with the objective of bringing the art of the dance and theater experience to all youngsters in Monterey County. In 25 years, the organization has produced more than 50 productions, including month-long summer theater intensives, traditional and full-length story ballets.

Dance Kids now supports an ongoing afterschool learning program in a Monterey Peninsula Unified School District location, in addition to its popular annual performances of “Nutcracker” at Carmel’s Sunset Cultural Center and “Cascanueces.”

The two directors/choreographers for “Cascanueces: A Folklorico Nutcracker,” husband-and-wife team Maria Luisa Colmenarez and Rudy Garcia, were consultants on the Academy Award-nominated Pixar animated film “Coco.”

About Dance Kids
With over 24 years of production history, Dance Kids, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded by Carol Richmond, is proud of its wide range of theatrical experiences that support kids to flourish. In the early days, productions at the Carmel Ballet Academy included “Nutcracker ”and original spring musicals. Dance Kids was known for fun-loving nostalgia surrounding the musicals and drew from the community a range of young people and their families committed to theater. As it grew, its little venue could not handle the “Nutcracker” any longer, but continued as the venue for the spring productions, until those too outgrew the dance studio.

Dance Kids has grown Dance Kids’ “Nutcracker” into a spectacular production eagerly awaited by cast and community. The original vision of Dance Kids of Monterey County has been honored as well as surpassed in the ensuing years. The Founder, Executive Director and the Board of Directors are proud to carry the traditions of dance and theater to the Monterey Peninsula.

Dance Kids of Monterey County was created to provide ongoing performance opportunities in dance the theater arts to the youth of Monterey County. Its mission is to strengthen character and positively influence children’s lives through the performing arts.

iHeart Radio is the media sponsor of the Fifth Annual Performances of ‘A Folklorico Nutcracker.

Street Address:
Sunset Center, Cottage #17
San Carlos Street at 10th Ave.,
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 6225
Carmel, CA 93921
Phone: (831) 622-9008
Fax: (831) 218-1293
Email: info@dancekids.org
Website: dancekids.org

Contact:
Marci Bracco Cain
Chatterbox PR
Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 747-7455
http://www.dancekids.org

Thursday, 14 June 2018

The Shop Local Network welcomes Rosenwinkel Insurance as a Shop Local Mission Partner

Rosenwinkel Insurance, with two locations in Indiana, one in at Hammond at 7114 Calumet Avenue and the other in Crown Point at 10740 Broadway, Suite B Crown Point offers a family-style service and selection for all of your insurance needs.

LaPorte, Indiana, June 13, 2018 - Rosenwinkel Insurance, with two locations in Indiana, one in at Hammond at 7114 Calumet Avenue and the other in Crown Point at 10740 Broadway, Suite B Crown Point offers a family-style service and selection for all of your insurance needs. Nick Bello, President of The Shop Local Network states, “Rosenwinkel Insurance has been serving families since 1939. Your business simply can’t last that long unless you are truly taking care of your customers!”


This independent insurance agency represents dozens of top-rated, secured and established insurance companies.They carefully select the companies that they work with to provide you with top-notch service, price, and protection. They pride themselves on always being there for what you need and have your best interest in mind.They can help you save even more on “Early Quoting Discounts.”

They represent and service Hammond and Crown Point and all the surrounding towns in Northwest Indiana, Lake County, Cook County, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky. They are also excited to be able to serve your needs near Cedar Lake, Lowell, Merrillville, Schererville, St. John, Winfield and other surrounding communities. Having locations in both North Lake County and South Lake County makes it very convenient to visit and/or take care of business wherever your errands may take you!

They are available 24/7 in case of a crisis. They pride themselves on providing the same face to face genuine service that the Rosenwinkel’s have for 3 generations.

One very unique tidbit about their offices is that they are covered in Rosenwinkel history and other nostalgia. From license to little knick knacks that make the offices colorful and one-of-a-kind. It doesn’t matter which office you visit you will get the same feeling. Whether it is in Crown point, where you walk in and see Tami Rosenwinkel, or if you walk in to the Hammond office and see her husband, Edward Rosenwinkel, you will be greeted by a one of the members of the Rosenwinkel family.

So, are you ready to get insured the right way. Head over to either office and get that done. You can take a look at their website or make a phone call for more information or for their hours!

http://rosenwinkelinsurance.com
Crown Point- (219) 662-1111
Hammond- (219) 932-8283

The Shop Local Network
Nick Bello
LaPorte Indiana
1-800-501-2632
support@TheShopLocalNetwork.com
www.TheShopLocalNetwork.com

Contact:
Nick Bello
The Shop Local Network
LaPorte, Indiana
1-800-501-2632
support@TheShopLocalNetwork.com
http://www.TheShopLocalNetwork.com

Wednesday, 13 June 2018

It’s Extra Virgin Olive Oil Month at Ruccello Olive Oil and to Celebrate They’re Offering Free Shipping on All Online Orders

It’s Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) Month at Ruccello Olive Oil, so to celebrate, Ruccello is offering free shipping on all online orders through June.

Monterey, CA, June 13, 2018 — It’s Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) Month at Ruccello Olive Oil, so to celebrate, Ruccello is offering free shipping on all online orders through June.

Just use coupon code FREESHIP when ordering from ruccellooliveoil.com.

Ruccello Olive Oil, founded in 2017 by Monterey native RoseAnne Ruccello-Fischer, specializes in Extra Virgin Olive Oils from the Tuscany region in of Italy and from California, as well as hand-crafted olive wood items, olive oil soaps and lotions and handmade aprons. Coming this summer, she will be offering Balsamic vinegars.

Ruccello is committed to educating the consumer on the many health benefits of Extra Virgin Olive Oil and how to be a discerning consumer through olive oil tastings, olive oil and food pairing events and house parties showcasing EVOO.

There is actually quite a bit of research on the health effects of olive oil, especially Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Studies show that the mono-unsaturated fats and antioxidants in EVOO have some powerful health benefits, such as a reduced risk of heart disease.

According to healthline.com, here is why EVOO is often considered the “healthiest fat on Earth”:

> Real "extra virgin" olive oil is 100% natural and very high in antioxidants. Many of the lower quality olive oils have been processed and adulterated with cheaper oils.

> Olive oil is very high in monounsaturated fats and contains a modest amount of vitamins E and K. True EVOO is loaded with antioxidants, some of which have powerful health benefits.

> Olive oil contains oleic acid and oleocanthal, nutrients that can fight inflammation. This may be the main reason for olive oil's health benefits.

> EVOO may be one of the healthiest foods you can eat for heart health. It lowers blood pressure, protects LDL particles from oxidation, reduces inflammation and may help prevent unwanted blood clotting.

> Although mostly studied for its effects on heart health, olive oil consumption has also been associated with a number of other health benefits, including fighting cancer and Alzheimer's Disease. There is preliminary evidence for these health benefits, but this needs to be confirmed in human controlled trials.

> Olive oil, which contains mostly monounsaturated fatty acids (only one double bond), is actually fairly resistant to high heat. In one study, researchers heated EVOO to 180 degrees Celsius (356 degrees Fahrenheit) for 36 hours. The oil was highly resistant to damage. Another study used olive oil for deep frying, and it took 24-27 hours for it to reach damage levels that were deemed harmful. So, overall, EVOO seems to be very safe... even for cooking at a fairly high heat.

>EVOO is most definitely a "superfood," however, it is extremely important to get the right stuff. That is, EVOO that hasn't been diluted with cheaper oils or even mislabeled as EVOO.

“Consumers know that olive oil is good for you, but there are a lot of myths about it out there,” says Ruccello. “I want to share what I’ve learned and I want to provide a product that people can trust and feel safe in the knowledge that the products are of the highest quality.”

Ruccello Olive Oil
P.O. Box 257, Monterey, CA 93940
Telephone: 831-275-8306
WhatsApp: 1-831-275-8306
roseanne@RuccelloOliveOil.com
http://ruccellooliveoil.com

Contact:
Marci Bracco Cain
Chatterbox PR
Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 747-7455
http://www.ruccellooliveoil.com

Monday, 11 June 2018

Free Live Entertainment Abounds at the 2018 Monterey County Fair, Coming Aug. 30-Sept. 3, in Monterey

Fairgoers will be able to enjoy a whole host of free live entertainment during the Monterey County Fair, set for Aug. 30-Sept. 3, 2018, at the Monterey County Fair & Event Center.

Monterey, CA, June 11, 2018 — Fairgoers will be able to enjoy a whole host of free live entertainment during the Monterey County Fair, set for Aug. 30-Sept. 3, 2018, at the Monterey County Fair & Event Center.

This year’s theme is “Shake Your Tail Feathers,” and fairgoers will be able to do that with rock, funk rock, country, R&B, pop, magic, juggling and hypnosis acts, pig racing, and much more, all free with a paid entry to the fair.

In addition to the headlining artists on the Main Stage — chart-topping funk rock group War, on Thursday, August 30, George Strait Tribute on Friday, August 31, Journey Revisited at on Saturday, September 1 — Reno country band Left of Centre will play daily in the Turf Club and electric violinist and singer Razzvio performs at 3:30 and 5:30 p.m. daily on the Island Stage.

Also performing daily on the grounds during the fair will be Stilt Circus, Chicken Man, Godfrey the Magician and Down on the Farm (in the King City Room); All Alaskan Racing Pigs and live wood-carving demonstrations daily in the Oak Tree Ring; Circus Imagination and pony rides in the Children’s Area; and juggler Something Ridiculous on the Community Stage.

Admission to the fair is $10 for adults ages 13-61, $8 in advance, and $8 online, plus $1 fee; seniors 62 and better, $9, $8 advance, and $8 online, plus $1; children $6, $4 advance, $4 online, plus $1 fee; children 5 and under free.

Discount fair tickets are available at the Fairground’s Administrative Office or at www.MontereyCountyFair.com.

Fair Hours:
Thursday-Sunday: 12 to 11 p.m.
Monday: 12 to 10 p.m.

Left of Centre

August 30- September 2

Two daily shows in the Hunt Club

Left of Centre is based in Reno, Nevada. They are the official house band at Toby Keith’s (I Love This Bar and Grill in Las Vegas). This band does it all, from Brad Paisley to Bob Marley to Metallica with true conviction. They believe there are only two types of music, good and bad. They have been voted Entertainer of the Year, Musicians of the Year, Best Album and Best Band in multiple states and have shared the stage with Kenny Chesney, Sammy Hagar, Clay Walker, Lee Ann Rimes, Maroon 5, Joan Jett, Ratt, Quiet Riot, Cinderella, Jarrod Nienamm, Lee Brice, Diamond Rio, Tracy Lawrence, Jake Owen, the list goes on and on.

Razzvio

Razzvio is an electric violinist and singer who reinvents familiar pop and rock arrangements from an entirely different angle. Through live looping, she blends powerhouse vocals with her unique violin designed to build songs with the sophistication of a string quartet. Razzvio’s all new brand of interactive electric string pop will make you rethink the electric violin and is a perfect complement to any outdoor event.

About the Monterey County Fair & Event Center
The Monterey County Fair & Event Center is a premier event center set on 22 oak-studded acres with ample parking. It is a state-owned multi-use facility that features four large banquet rooms, two outdoor concert venues, and a variety of outdoor and indoor cost-effective sites ideal for all types of events. It is home of the annual award-winning Monterey County Fair, host to many major and private events on the Central Coast, and the site of the Monterey Bay Race Place, a Satellite Wagering Facility.

For more information, contact the Fair Administration Office, at 2004 Fairground Road in Monterey, by calling (831) 372-5863 or go to www.montereycountyfair.com for more information.

Contact:
Marci Bracco Cain
Chatterbox PR
Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 747-7455
http://www.montereycountyfair.com

Sunday, 10 June 2018

The Shop Local Network is proud to have Carpet Town in LaPorte Indiana as a Mission partner

Carpet Town, located at 400 Lincolnway in La Porte, IN, has been serving La Porte since 1977. Nick Bello, president of The Shop Local Network stated, “Carpet Town truly serves the community.

LaPorte, Indiana, June 11, 2018 - Carpet Town, located at 400 Lincolnway in La Porte, IN, has been serving La Porte since 1977. Nick Bello, president of The Shop Local Network stated, “Carpet Town truly serves the community. Their military discounts and local hero discounts are just another way that they go above and beyond.


Lee Barth, founder of Carpet Town, built the area's premiere flooring store. The Carpet Town family's commitment to customer service, top quality products, and skilled craftsmanship, have inspired customer relationships that have spanned generations. Today his son Chris Barth carries on this legacy of high quality products, and premiere customer service, at the best value. Carpet Town offers many years of expertise and keeps current with all of the hottest floor trends. The Carpet Town family prides themselves of ensuring that they present you with options that will not only meet your decorative style, but meets your flooring lifestyle needs. They know that pets and kids can demand more out of your flooring!

“Chris was great to work with and found me exactly what I needed for an unbeatable price! The guys who installed it were equally great and professional as well! I will definitely recommend them and call for all future projects! Thanks guys!” says Matt Burgdorf.

Carpet Town carries a variety of brands and products, including Shaw's Anso, Caress, ClearTouch, EverTouch, St. Jude Carpet Cushion, and Tuftex.

Carpet Town has repeatedly been voted #1 and awarded the "New Dispatch: Reader's Choice Award" as well as the Herald Argus Readers' Choice Award! Carpet Town has a long standing history of supporting their community through various donations and sports team sponsorships.

They offer in-home measurements, installation, and carpet binding.
So are you ready for Carpet Town to floor you? Stop in today and see what they have for you. You can call or go to their website for their hours and more information.

(219) 362-3185
www.CarpetTownFloors.com

Contact:
Reid Bello
The Shop Local Network
LaPorte, Indiana
1-800-501-2632
support@TheShopLocalNetwork.com
http://www.TheShopLocalNetwork.com

Wednesday, 6 June 2018

The Shop Local Network welcomes Jalapeno's in Schererville as a new Shop Local Mission Partner

Jalapeno’s Restaurant, located at 200 US-41 in Schererville, Indiana, is committed to serving its guests with authentic and traditional Mexican dishes.

LaPorte, Indiana, June 07, 2018 - Jalapeno’s Restaurant, located at 200 US-41 in Schererville, Indiana, is committed to serving its guests with authentic and traditional Mexican dishes. Nick Bello, President of The Shop Local Network states, “When you walk through the doors, you can tell they are the real deal. The food is amazing and their loyalty rewards program keep you coming back!”


Some of their classic Mexican foods include tamales, enchiladas, and fajitas. The food at Jalapeno’s restaurant compliments the memorable flavors from the stand in Mexico. They also have a family oriented and authentic atmosphere.

Being in a Northwest Indiana neighborhood, they are able to offer affordable, yet traditional dishes including enchiladas, steak tacos and chilesrellenos, plus more ambitious fare like steak Milanesa and Camarones Al Mojo De Ajo. There are margaritas in fruity flavors like mango and strawberry, plus about 70 tequilas for those who prefer their agave solo. They serve only the finest meats and the freshest vegetables. They make their food from scratch using only the freshest ingredients available. They create their own recipes mixing old recipes and contemporary ones. They also offer seating on the patio that has an outside bar and waterfalls. Jalapeno’s also offers catering. For those who wish to stay after dinner for a fun evening, they offer karaoke, live music, and some of the areas top djs. On Friday nights the large dining room is transformed into Woodhollow Nightclub with live dj's and dancing to the hottest hits of today. So if you just want to stop in for a margarita and some great food or make it an entire evening, Jalapenos has got you covered.

One customer Bill Norris stated, “We are always on the hunt for great food. Being foodies we get leary of a commercialized location like most chain stores that claim to be authentic. When an authentic family member tells you it reminds him of his childhood, it is probably a good indication. Very good traditional food.Big selections of tequilas.Friendly, knowledgeable waitstaff.Reasonable prices. Definitely for goes previous skepticism,”

Something that is kind of unique, if you write a google review for this restaurant, the owner responds to all of the comments. It doesn’t matter if the comment is good or bad, he will thank the customer, or he will apologize if someone was unhappy and make a suggestion.
So, are you ready to go eat some authentic Mexican food? You can go to their website or give them a call to see their hours or hear about their current specials.

(219) 864-8862
www.TheShopLocalNetwork.com

Contact:
Reid Bello
The Shop Local Network
LaPorte, Indiana
1-800-501-2632
support@TheShopLocalNetwork.com
http://www.TheShopLocalNetwork.com