For brides and others planning a special occasion, a newly launched website, bellabridalandheirlooms.com, can make planning for their special day a bit easier.
The site, launched in late spring 2014, is an on-line bridal boutique offering carefully selected items including bridal jewelry, wedding veils and hair combs, and gifts for bridesmaids and groomsmen. The site also offers personalized favors and gifts for weddings, as well as other special occasions such as anniversaries, graduations, and more.
Grace Caiazzo, owner and consultant, is part of the husband-and-wife team behind Bella Bridal and Heirlooms. Caiazzo opened the business along with her husband, Sal. In doing so, she tapped into her extensive background in fashion, photography, and the wedding business.
“After graduation from the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), where I interned with two bridal designers – Amsale in New York and Bruce Oldfield in London – I spent 10 years in design working on the Lauren by Ralph Lauren Collection,” explained Caiazzo. “I also worked for a wedding photographer. Given this experience, I learned a great deal about weddings and have always been a source of creativity and inspiration for family and friends planning their special days.”
“We have carefully hand-selected the highest quality bridal accessories – everything from headpieces, veils, gloves and shawls to ring bearer pillows, flower baskets, guest books and signs, to help ensure that our customers’ big days are memorable and beautiful. Our goal is to provide a stress-free shopping experience from the comfort of the shopper’s own home.”
In celebration of the site’s recent launch, for a limited time, all orders ship free within the continental U.S.
The majority of the headpieces and jewelry available on the site are hand made in the United States, designed to become heirlooms passed down from generation to generation.
“Our warehouses employ many hard-working Americans,” Sal Caiazzo said. “We are proud to be working with them and playing a role in creating a stronger economy.”
Additionally, Grace Caiazzo serves as a bridal consultant to customers who need additional help or advice when choosing items for their special day.
“Customers with questions can call or email – and I am always happy to provide advice and assistance,” notes Caiazzo. “We launched bellabridalandheirlooms.com out of a love for helping people plan and create memorable occasions. I look forward to assisting brides-to-be and anyone else planning a celebration or in need of that perfect, personalized gift to mark a special event.”
Bella Bridal & Heirlooms is dedicated to helping brides-to-be and others marking a special occasion, to make their celebration memorable. The company has carefully selected items it believes will complement any ceremony or party. Bella Bridal & Heirlooms is a family-owned business, committed to providing the highest quality wedding and special occasion accessories, heirlooms and personalized gifts, to help add elegance to any wedding, anniversary or other celebration. The products offered reflect both the latest trends and the most classic and time-honored traditions. The company offers personalized attention to its customers and treats their occasions as if they were their own. For more information or to view their extensive collection of products, please visit http://www.Bellabridalandheirlooms.com.
Lake Alice, produced by Scott Miller and Lamar Billups, will propel viewers in and out of the killer’s perspective while leaving them uncertain of what lies ahead. In addition, the creation of a claustrophobic environment with no escape and the fear of being hunted will cause the audience to fight for survival themselves.
Emerging Director Ben Milliken has agreed to guide the cast through author Stevie Jane’s macabre labyrinth with a twist that will surely tingle your soul. Set in the snow-covered northern woods of Wisconsin, a family find themselves being stalked and hunted as they fight to stay alive in a blizzard of blood-filled chaos.
Gas Lamp Entertainment was founded in 2014 by Producer Scott Miller. The company specializes in high quality scripted film and television and currently holds the rights to three films. Prior to opening Gas Lamp Entertainment, Miller coordinated and managed feature films such as Superstition by Blumhouse Productions and Paramount’s much awaited Drunk Wedding.
Along with his filmmaking, Miller coordinated and managed television shows ranging from the recent Discovery Channel show Fat N Furious: Rolling Thunder to TLC’s Its All Relative and many more.
About Glass Horse Films
Glass Horse Films is the collaboration of independent film producers Lamar Billups and Ben Milliken. They have produced several films including the highly anticipated romantic comedy Somebody Marry Me.
Together with their creative team, Billups and Milliken continue to dedicate themselves to the art of classic storytelling through high quality, commercially viable films.
As of August 1st, 2014, Desert Pines Golf Club of Las Vegas is no longer owned or operated by Walters Golf. In the recent sale, the daily fee golf course was purchased by a privately held company. The new ownership has contracted a Dallas, Texas based golf management company to oversee the facility. The new owners plan to implement a multi-million dollar capital improvement initiative over the next eighteen months.
Desert Pines Golf Club opened in 1996 and is a Dye Designs course. It features thousands of mature pines, undulating fairways, and a design meant to emulate Sandhill style courses from the Carolinas. The course also features a two tiered climate controlled practice facility that is the largest of its kind in the Las Vegas Valley. Desert Pines’ restaurant, Duffer’s, will continue to operate for lunch, catering, weddings and events. Since its opening, the course was owned and operated by Walters Golf until the transfer of ownership was finalized on August 1st, 2014.
“Though we no longer own or manage the course, we are proud of the legacy we’re leaving behind. We could not be happier with the new owners, and we’re confident the new management will continue to elevate the quality of golf in Las Vegas,” said Bill Walters, owner and CEO of Walters Golf.
Walters Golf still owns and operates two premium daily fee championship golf courses in Las Vegas, NV; Bali Hai Golf Club on the Las Vegas Strip, and Royal Links Golf Club, a course that offers a collection of signature holes from British Open rotation courses including Royal Liverpool, St. Andrews and Royal Troon. A Walters Golf representative had this message to convey, “Walters Golf wants to thank all of our valued guests and assure them that any Vegas Preferred benefits they may have will gladly be honored at Royal Links and Bali Hai.”
Walters Golf, a division of The Walters Group, is one of the most widely respected golf companies in the country. From its first venture into the private country club market in 1995 to today’s ownership and operation of top-quality, daily fee golf courses, Walters Golf continues their commitment to quality and profitability while offering customers excellent value.
Led by businessman and avid golfer William “Billy” Walters, Walters Golf is known in the national golf industry for developing first-class golf facilities. According to Executive Golfer, Walters is “Nevada’s leading golf entrepreneur” who “recognized the need for visitor and corporate friendly golf facilities and packages, and seized on the opportunity, investing millions in two magnificent properties.”
Desert Pines Golf Club can still be contacted directly at 702-388-4400.
Santa Barbara’s rich equestrian roots make for a galloping good time for visitors interested in the wilder side of this palm-studded paradise. Since the first Spanish soldiers rode into Santa Barbara in 1798, a long history of colorful vaqueros, cattle ranching and thoroughbred breeding has evolved into a variety of off-the-beaten path adventures for horse enthusiasts. From a miniature horse farm to a wild horse sanctuary, Arabian training tours and polo lessons, Santa Barbara County offers a slice of western culture for the chaps-and-boots set.
Step back in time to turn-of-the-century stagecoach stops, true grit saloons and carriage museums in authentic settings. Scout the quaint towns of Santa Ynez, Los Olivos, and Los Alamos, spend the weekend in a traditional Conestoga wagon, line dance with real wranglers or just canter off into the sunset on a 10,000-acre working cattle ranch. From Carpinteria to Santa Maria, the options are endless.
Equally alluring are the cast of characters that have resided and thrived in the wild west side of Santa Barbara. Legendary cowboy poet Jake Copass could once be caught off screen rounding up steer or reciting poetry at breakfast rides at the Alisal Guest Ranch’s Old Adobe. John Forsythe was passionate about his thoroughbreds in Santa Ynez. To this day, “Horse Whisperer” Monty Roberts opens his ranch for visits and Join-Ups® between the horse and the hoofless. Even a few horse celebrities resided and trained in the Santa Ynez Valley, including Kentucky Derby winners Flying Ebony (1925), Grindstone (1996) and Charismatic (1999).
Eye candy for kids, Quicksilver Miniature Horse Ranch is one of the largest miniature horse facilities on the West Coast. Hitting the bar at 34 inches, these petite ponies romp, graze and play among the 20-acre state-of-the-art breeding facility. Originally bred in Europe in the 1600s as pets for royalty, the horses were imported to the United States in the 1930s to work the coal mines. Bred to pull ten times their weight, they proved invaluable in maneuvering in the shafts and culling coal. Today, the miniature creatures have come full circle and are bred as pets. An added plus is Quicksilver’s location, set along a verdant wine tasting and apple-picking route in Solvang. Open seven days a week, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Another outback find is the “Return to Freedom” American Wild Horse Sanctuary in Lompoc. This 310-acre living museum is a hands-off habitat for a diverse variety of horses living in their natural herd groups. Visitors can spend an afternoon immersed in the joys of the wild horse experience. The walking tours are packed with insider knowledge. Spend an hour getting acquainted via the Sanctuary Tour ($ 25/adult, $ 10 children), or delve into the three-hour Wild Horse Hike where guests observe the herds in silence far above the din of the city ($ 75/adult, $ 20 youth).
The “Man Who Listens to Horses” has a mount in nearby Solvang – Flag is Up Farms. Here, legendary author and trainer Monty Roberts’ Join-Up® techniques are demonstrated and visitors can roam the facilities; just sign in and grab a self-guided tour map. The 154-acre breeding and training facility houses a race track, lush manicured lawns and pastures, stables, barns, scheduled clinics/classes and a 24,000 sq. ft. covered arena. The Roberts’ home, twice featured in Town & Country magazine, is packed with original sculptures by Pat Roberts, Monty’s wife. Groups of 40+ can access the home and whimsical saloon via private functions. Open daily, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
To check out the cream of the crop, a variety of breeding and training ranches are open to the public, including High Meadow Ranch, which specializes in German Trakehners and stallions. Day Dream Arabians will arrange a presentation of show horses, training techniques and tour of the breeding facility to interested visitors; reservations required.
The region’s rich equestrian roots come full circle at the legendary Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. Known for its high caliber international competition – and celebrity competitors like actor Tommy Lee Jones – this world-class venue, founded by yeast tycoon Max Fleischmann, is the setting to savor the Santa Barbara lifestyle – for a mere $ 10! Built just a stone’s throw from the Pacific Ocean in Carpinteria so Fleischmann could host post-parties on his yacht, the lush fields offer prime views, championship play and an added bonus: half-time champagne divot stomps. Prince William and Kate Middleton have even made an appearance for a match. For the true enthusiast, polo lessons are offered year-round in individual and group formats. Polo season runs April through October.
Museum buffs can tap into two stops that profile the horse’s other half: the Santa Barbara Carriage and Western Arts Museum and the Santa Ynez Valley Historical Society Parks Janeway Carriage House. Curated by John Crockett, the great-great nephew of Davey Crockett (for a sighting of the television facsimile pop over to Fess Parker’s Wine Country Inn in Los Olivos), the Parks Janeway Carriage House features 35 carriages in its 7,000 sq. ft. facility. Most notable is the Abbott & Downing Concord Coach — the best of its era (1860 –1901). Also on display are four stage coaches circa 1900, and the West Room showcases early Californian tack, spurs, chaps and branding irons and includes a selection of silver mounted saddles and 16 sets of Draft horse harnesses. Local expert Crockett is generally on hand to walk you through time. Open Wed. – Sun., 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. Located just blocks from the beach in downtown Santa Barbara, the Carriage and Western Arts Museum houses an extensive collection of 50+ 19th century wagons and horse-drawn carriages, tack displays and a silver saddle collection, second only in size to the Smithsonian.
Along with the stagecoach came the stops, and two in particular are well worth a whet-your-whistle visit. Set atop San Marcos Pass is Cold Spring Tavern, a turn-of-the-century outpost that today houses a restaurant, saloon, store and sundry structures including the dilapidated Ojai Jail. Built in 1886, the stop served meals, refreshed horses and connected dusty guests to San Luis Obispo. Today, this made-for-the-movies locals-spot serves up live blues and country music paired with wild boar, elk, pheasant, ostrich and antelope. Scope out Biker Sunday, which kicks off with two live bands in a lush outdoor setting and features the Tavern’s renowned Tri-Tip sandwiches. Plenty of characters on tap here.
Another roadside stop with strong equestrian ties is Mattei’s Tavern in Los Olivos. Built in 1886 by Felix Mattei as a stagecoach stop, the enormous white clapboard structure offered dining and eight modest rooms for tired travelers. The building has undergone numerous incarnations, but the recent 2013 reopening of the Mattei’s Tavern restaurant has proved a huge success with its two menus: a traditional menu entitled “1886” and a modern menu entitled “2013”. While in Los Olivos, why not pair your horseback ride with a wine tasting? Vino Vaqueros does just that, offering private 90 minutes rides with optional tastings through the Fess Parker ranch and vineyard.
For visitors hankerin’ for a little romp, the Solvang Trolley and Carriage Co. offers horse-drawn trolley tours of the Danish town. The Solvang Trolley was introduced in 1964, when it was used to pick up shoppers from the Solvang Lutheran Home and to deliver groceries around the Santa Ynez Valley. Horse-drawn carriages and the trolley are available to reserve for special events or private tours. Jedlicka’s Saddlery is a fun stop for all things western, whether you are looking for something as simple as a new pair of boots to something more cowboy-specific, like a new horse bridle. Locations in Santa Barbara and Los Olivos make it a convenient stop. While in Los Olivos, the galleries also specialize in western art; check out John Cody’s sculpture or the Judith Hale Gallery. The Wilding Art Museum, which has revolving equestrian art on display, is also a great stop.
For a slice of the ranchetta lifestyle, pop into the small town of Santa Ynez, just off of Highway 246. Set in the heart of horse country, it is a wonderful tribute to the region’s equestrian roots. The Historic Horseshoe Walkway on Sagunto and Edison streets showcases 375 horseshoes inlaid in the pavement. At the western corner of Edison is a kiosk naming the horses, owners and winning titles.
Continue down Sagunto Street to the Maverick Saloon. Built in 1963, this original watering hole for local wranglers and Chumash Indians (yes, there were brawls) came complete with a western façade, horse tie-ups and swinging saloon doors (since gone). The stop for blowing off steam after a week on the range, cowboys would ride their horses into the bar for shots of tequila or a little poker. Today, the saloon hosts top country western bands and two-step, line-dancing, and salsa lessons on the weekends. On summer Saturdays, stay tuned for live acoustic guitar on the deck and a traditional tri-tip barbecue.
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A Wild West option is the Circle Bar B Guest Ranch with its off-beat live theater, traditional tri-tip barbecue, horseback riding and true-to-form backcountry appeal. The adventure begins just off Highway 101 as guests wind down nearly four miles of dirt road under lush oak, bay leaf and sycamore trees. City slickers stay clear: this ranch is true to its roots with television- and telephone-free accommodations. For the ultimate outback experience, check into one of eight freestanding wooden cabins with fireplaces and private decks. Six guestrooms offer country/western décor with boot lamps, et. al. And if you’re seeking plenty of range to roam, the ranch sits on 450 privately-owned acres with an adjoining national forest.
The ranch offers a unique – often kitschy – live dinner theater on the weekends, starting with an alfresco barbecue buffet with all the fixin’s. Guests mosey over to the Old Barn for the evening’s gig; Snoopy, The Women, and Neil Simon’s The Dinner Party, are notable performances. Riders will find Circle Bar B’s facility top notch. Saddle up for a variety of rides that pack in mountains, waterfalls, wooded areas and views of the Pacific Ocean and Channel Islands. Sunset and sunrise rides, lunch rides, as well as personal instruction are available.
Cowgirl Boot Camp is an excellent time for aspiring cowgirls to take the reins and learn the ropes from female wranglers. Everything from equestrian care to roping, riding, hat shaping, line dancing and putting a traditional barbecue on the table is included in the three-day camp, which rides into town annually in May.
Another horseback riding locale is McMullen Stables, located on 100 acres in the foothills of Santa Barbara. Operating for over 20 years, the stables offer horseback riding lessons and horse training, as well as boarding.
Apr. – Oct.: Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club Season, Carpinteria. High goal season runs from mid-July through August.
May: Rancheros Visitadores, Santa Ynez. Started in 1930 on John Mitchell’s 12,000 acre Juan Y Lolita Ranch in Santa Ynez, this annual ride represents 500 captains of industry including such past and present notables as President Reagan, Jimmy Stewart, Gene Autry, Leo Carrillo, Will Rogers, James Garner, Art Linkletter and James Arness. The first weekend each May, catch the blessing of the horses at Mission Santa Ines (Saturday) and a rousing party at the Maverick Saloon on the weekends (first weekend each May).
Jun.: Santa Maria Elks Rodeo & Parade, Santa Maria. Bull riding, steer wrestling, barrel racing, and mutton bustin’ round out the colorful event.
Jul.: Santa Barbara National Horse Show, Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara. Oldest horse show in the West, and one of the most prestigious in the nation.
Jul./Aug.: Old Spanish Days Stock Horse Show & Rodeo, Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara. This spectacular annual event celebrates Santa Barbara’s Spanish and Equestrian heritage.
Jul./Aug.: Old Spanish Days Fiesta Parade, State Street, Santa Barbara. Wonderful parade with equestrian riders in full Spanish regalia. High noon.
Nov.: The Vaquero Show, Santa Ynez Historical Society, Santa Ynez. Cowboy and western antiques and collectibles, artwork and demonstrations.
Nov.: National Amateur Horse Show, Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara. Horse show, entertainment, dancing and awards presentation.
Featured on the cover of Travel + Leisure in May 2013 and voted Best Getaway by L.A. Times Readers’ Choice Awards in 2012, Santa Barbara is located just 92 miles north of Los Angeles and 332 miles south of San Francisco, on the Pacific coastline. Visitors can arrive via scenic Highway 101, train, bus or by flying into Santa Barbara Municipal Airport or Los Angeles International Airport. For travel and accommodation information and to request a free copy of the official Santa Barbara County Visitors Magazine, contact Visit Santa Barbara at 800.676.1266, 805.966.9222, tourism(at)santabarbaraca(dot)com or SantaBarbaraCA.com. Visitor information is also available at the Visitor Center, 1 Garden Street (at Cabrillo Boulevard).
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Brides near and far will consider Green Lake as their honeymoon destination when they open the latest issue of Wisconsin Bride magazine. Heidel House Resort & Spa, managed by Marcus Hotels & Resorts, is the 2014 winner of Wisconsin Bride magazine’s Best Honeymoon in Wisconsin, as part of its Best of 2014 annual reader’s choice awards.
Other finalists in the Best Honeymoon category included The American Club Resort of Kohler and Sundara Inn & Spa of Wisconsin Dells.
“Being selected as Best Honeymoon in Wisconsin by Wisconsin Bride magazine readers is an honor,” Star Irvin, catering manager, said. “We hope to leave all our newlyweds with romantic memories and ‘best wishes’ on their new lives together.”
Christy Tyler held her wedding at Heidel House in May 2009. Tyler wrote of her wedding experience in the Fall/Winter 2014 Wisconsin Bride issue.
“We had a lot of close family and friends come from far and wide for our wedding, and we wanted somewhere people could stay and make a long weekend out of it to enjoy some time with their families,” Tyler said. “It was really just the perfect destination wedding for us without having to fly halfway around the world!”
Heidel House has received Wisconsin Bride magazine reader’s choice awards in previous years. In 2006, Heidel House was selected as Favorite Wisconsin Wedding Reception Location. From 2006 to 2009, the resort was awarded Favorite Wisconsin Honeymoon Location. Additionally, in 2010, Heidel House received Best Wedding Night Hotel.
While honeymooning at Heidel House, newlyweds can enjoy lakeside dining at on-site restaurants, a morning or afternoon cruise aboard the 60-foot Escapade yacht and relaxation and pampering at Evensong Spa.
A winter weddings special is available for couples who hold their wedding at Heidel House between Nov. 14, 2014, and March 29, 2015. This package includes a complimentary lake-view suite with champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries for the bride and groom, 50 percent off the ceremony room, a waived reception fee and a specially priced seasonal menu.
Since first welcoming its first guests on a snowy New Year’s Eve in 1945, Heidel House Resort & Spa has become a year-round Midwestern destination offering both summer and winter activities. Nestled on 20 wooded acres along the shores of Wisconsin’s deepest inland lake, this full-service resort offers numerous amenities including 190 guest rooms, 18,000 square feet of meeting space, lakeside dining at Grey Rock restaurant and luxurious spa services at the award-winning Evensong Spa. Selected as the 2014 Best Honeymoon Location in Wisconsin by Wisconsin Bride magazine, Heidel House is a favorite destination for weddings and social gatherings, in addition to offering a scenic setting for business and leisure travelers alike. For more information, please visit http://www.heidelhouse.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
About Marcus Hotels & Resorts
Marcus Hotels & Resorts, a division of The Marcus Corporation, owns and/or manages 19 hotels, resorts and other properties in 10 states. A force in the hospitality industry, Marcus Hotels & Resorts provides expertise in management, development and historic renovations. The company’s portfolio includes a wide variety of properties including city-center meeting hotels, upscale resorts and branded first-class hotels. For more information on the latest news and updates, please visit: http://media.marcushotels.com and follow the company on Facebook and Twitter (@MarcusHotels).
The Caterers industry has benefited from rising consumer spending and surging corporate profit over the past five years. Corporate profit is expected to grow over the five years to 2014, meaning businesses across Canada have increased their spending on events requiring catering, such as office parties, corporate conferences, team-building seminars and client events. Additionally, according to IBISWorld industry analyst Andy Brennan, “rising per capita household income and improving consumer confidence have led to greater spending on private events like weddings and birthdays.” As a result, industry revenue is expected to grow at an annualized rate during the five years to 2014. Industry growth was highest in the period immediately following the recession as consumers loosened their purse strings after two years of constrained spending. In 2014, the industry is anticipated to grow.
Caterers in this industry specialize in providing individual event-based foodservices and generally have equipment and vehicles to transport meals and snacks to events or prepare food off site. Operators cater to a variety of one-off events, such as wedding receptions, business luncheons and trade shows. During the past five years, “operators have adapted their offerings to suit changing consumer preferences,” says Brennan. Healthier, organic foods and local produce now dominate the menus of many upmarket caterers, which has led to higher average industry profit margins. Operators are also providing a wider range of services, such as lighting and decor consulting and event planning, to satisfy increasing client requirements.
The Caterers industry will continue growing over the next five years due to a gradual improvement in both consumer spending and corporate profit. Industry revenue is forecast to rise at an average annual rate during the five years to 2019. Industry operators will need to meet increasing client demands, such as floral arrangement and entertainment services, by developing relationships with providers or by bringing these additional services in-house. In addition, caterers are expected to experience growing demand for healthier and organically grown food items. While demand for higher-quality products may push up the cost of purchases in the short term, it will allow operators to expand their profit margins over the long term.
For more information, visit IBISWorld’s Caterers in Canada industry report page.
The Caterers industry provides foodservices for events like graduation parties, wedding receptions and trade shows. Industry establishments generally have equipment and vehicles to transport meals and snacks to events and to prepare food at the event site. Caterers who own or manage permanent facilities in which they provide event-based foodservices are also included.
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Frontier Airlines today announced it will expand its network with 10 new routes to warm and sunny destinations from Trenton, NJ., Washington, D.C., St. Louis, Mo., Milwaukee, Wis. Chicago, Ill., Atlanta, Ga. and Denver, Colo. Known for offering “Low Fares Done Right”, the airline’s introductory one-way fares are as low as $ 39* and are available for flights through March 1, 2015. This special offer includes all taxes and transportation fees and is available only at the company´s website, FlyFrontier.com through Aug. 9.
“We are excited to continue to expand our brand of low-fare service,” said Daniel Shurz, Frontier’s senior vice president, commercial. “These introductory fares attest to our commitment to make air travel more affordable and accessible across America. We are confident customers will love our amazing low fares and the ability to optimize their travel experience for the comfort and value they seek.”
Following is the schedule for Frontier’s new nonstop service:
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From $ 89* 10/26/14 Tues./Thurs./Sat./Sun 319
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Washington Dulles – Palm Beach
From $ 49* 11/21/14 Mon./Wed./Fri./Sat A320
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Washington Dulles – Cancun from $ 99* 11/22/14 Saturday A320
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St. Louis – Ft. Lauderdale from $ 69* 01/08/2015 Tues./Thurs./Sun. A319
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St. Louis – Orlando from $ 59* 12/21/14 Mon./Wed./Sat. A319
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Milwaukee- Orlando from $ 69* 01/07/15 Mon./Wed./Fri. A320
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Milwaukee- Ft. Myers from $ 69* 01/08/15 Tues./Thurs./Sun. A320
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Chicago O’Hare – Orlando from $ 69* 12/20/14 daily A320
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Atlanta – Orlando from $ 39* 12/14/14 Mon./Tues./Thurs./Fri./Sun. A319
For more information or to purchase a Frontier flight, visit FlyFrontier.com, where Frontier guarantees the best travel value for Frontier flights. Customers can sign up at FlyFrontier.com/email-alert receive special discounts and promotions only available to Frontier’s email subscribers. Special offers are also available by following Frontier on Twitter at Twitter.com/FlyFrontier or by liking Frontier on Facebook at Facebook.com/FlyFrontier.
About the offer:
*All transportation fees and taxes included. Tickets must be purchased by 11:59 p.m. Eastern time, Aug. 9, 2014. Fares are one way for domestic travel from start of service through March 1, 2014. These fares are nonrefundable tickets may be transferred for a fee of up to $ 50, or reissued for alternate flights for a fee of up to $ 75, as well as a possible fare difference. The name change fee and itinerary change fee are not exclusive of each other. Previously purchased tickets may not be exchanged for these special fare tickets. Fares reflect purchase at FlyFrontier.com. Tickets purchased at FlyFrontier.com or by calling Frontier’s reservations centers must be paid for at the time the reservation is made, but may be cancelled for a full refund without penalty up to 24 hours after the time of purchase. Additional travel services, such as baggage and advance seat assignments are available for purchase separately at an additional charge.
About Frontier Airlines
Committed to offering Low Fares Done Right, Frontier offers ultra-low fares with customer choices to more than 85 destinations in the United States, Mexico, Costa Rica, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. The airline employs nearly 4,000 aviation professionals, operating from its primary hub at Denver International Airport. For in-depth information on Frontier Airlines and to book tickets, visit FlyFrontier.com.
Jasper Contractors, Inc. has just announced that the company will hire 75 new employees including Vice President of Sales, Head Superintendent, Outside Sales Representatives, superintendents, administrative assistants, managers, installers and laborers in their Florida markets to start immediately. The national roofing company contractor specializes in total roof replacements on both residential and commercial properties which have damage due to age or severe weather events.
Both the Jacksonville location, which opened in November 2013, and the Tampa location, which opened in March 2014, have been very successful, allowing new growth into the Orlando market. “We are expanding our sales force once again in the Florida markets, now including the Orlando area,” says Brian Wedding, owner and CEO. “Jasper provides paid training and all of the necessary tools to be a successful outside sales rep.”
Jasper Contractors offers Outside Sales Representatives a competitive compensation package which includes a base salary of $ 30,000 per year plus commissions and bonuses. Jasper also provides a cell phone, a company vehicle, a fuel card and 100% paid health benefits for employees and their families.
“Controlling your revenue is the best part about the sales position at Jasper. Competitive performers can potentially earn over $ 100,000 per year; several employees are already on track to make close to $ 200,000 this year,” says Wedding. “Jasper Contractors is seeking hard-working, money motivated candidates who will also provide outstanding customer service to our homeowners.”
For more information about the job openings at Jasper Contractors, Inc., visit http://www.JobsAtJasper.com or call Angella West, Corporate Recruiter, at 770-615-4267. Resumes must be submitted online.
About Jasper Contractors, Inc.
Jasper Contractors is one of the fastest-growing roofing contractors in the country, offering exceptional roofing services since 2004. We have earned an excellent reputation and are both BBB accredited and an Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor. Jasper Contractors was listed on the Inc. 500|5000 list in 2012 and received the Owens Corning’s Top Performer Purchase Volume Award.
The Wedding Shoppe will take dog walking to a whole new level at this year’s Grand Old Day Parade. Join them Sunday, June 1, at 9:30 a.m. as they partner with Coco’s Heart Dog Rescue and celebrate puppy love. Both Wedding Shoppe and Coco’s Heart staff will walk in the parade with adoptable dogs as well as their own pets. The best part? The pups will be dressed to the nines in doggy wedding attire! When the parade is over, attendees can visit the Wedding Shoppe to meet dogs available for adoption. They’ll be able to discuss the adoption procedure with Coco’s Heart volunteers and find out how to say “I do” to one of the loveable pups. Christian Michel Photography will also have a photo booth set up at the Wedding Shoppe to capture the memories of attendees and their loved ones at Grand Old Day 2014. This event proves that the Wedding Shoppe supports every love story—even puppy love!
Grand Old Day marks the beginning of summer in Saint Paul, MN, but adding a variety of adoptable dogs into the mix will make it even more memorable. Just think how adorable those pups will be as they walk in their very first parade! The Wedding Shoppe and Coco’s Heart would love for every adoptable dog to find their forever home, so attend the parade and help make their dream a reality.
The Wedding Shoppe has been a part of the Grand Old Day Parade for years, celebrating love and the start of summer in the city. This year, they decided to celebrate a different type of love: the love of a dog and its owner. Coco’s Heart Dog Rescue is the perfect partner for this puppy love event. The local dog rescue is one-of-a-kind, fostering and rehabilitating rescued animals until they find ‘the one.’ Attend this iconic Saint Paul event and enjoy the beginning of summer with the Wedding Shoppe, Coco’s Heart, and their adorable, adoptable dogs.
Located on historic Grand Avenue in Saint Paul, MN, Wedding Shoppe, Inc. has been making wedding dreams come true since 1977. As one of the largest family-owned bridal salons in the country, Wedding Shoppe, Inc. offers designer wedding dresses, bridal party dresses (including the exclusive Kennedy Blue brand), wedding accessories, wedding tuxedo rentals, and much more. With a full e-commerce website, Wedding Shoppe, Inc. is bringing their tremendous selection of gowns and their incredible customer service to brides all around the world.
Designer Tadashi Shoji explores a variety of textures and styles in his Spring/Summer 2014 collection that will keep any summer wardrobe trendy and exciting. When asked by FashionMingle.net about new techniques used by the designer in his Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week collection, he showed how he used five different lace and embroidery peices to create one exquistely designed dress. Shoji created the original lace and embroidery designs and combined them with a mix of patterns and palettes for a truly unique collection.
In a recent article, FashionMingle.net Editor, Gerilyn Hayes reviews the collection with a fresh look for summer inspiration and notes that an exceptional dress in black floral lace with a soft, yellow slip stood out in the sea of the traditional pastel color pallets and would effortlessly transition into your fall wardrobe.
Shoji’s collection of dresses were not without the most essential summer material: mesh. The upper bodice of drop waist and floor length gowns showcased sheer mesh material that added a delicate freshness to each look. With both tasteful and feminine exposures of skin the collection was both fun and flirty with a delicate grace.
Tadashi Shoji is a red-carpet favorite, recently dressing celebrities such as Mindy Kaling at the People’s Choice Awards, and Drew Barrymore during the Berlin release of her latest movie “Blended”.
Shoji, who celebrated his 30th year as a designer in 2013, has also never shied away from dressing a voluptuous figure. While many designers refuse to provide dresses for actresses who are considered plus-size, Tadashi Shoji has embraced designing for actresses such as Octavia Spencer and Christina Hendricks, saying, “I am a pattern maker – I can make any woman look good.”
From demure drop-waist lace dresses, to daringly mixed prints and patterns, the Tadashi Shoji Spring / Summer 2014 collection will serve as instant inspiration for classic summer events from wedding receptions to evening socials.
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