Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Shred your documents FREE this Saturday in Huntington Beach

Got Paper? Need Shredding? Orange Community Bank & the Surf City Lions Club present this FREE Community Shred-a-thon in the bank's parking lot at 6491 Edinger (at Edwards) from 10am to 2pm this Saturday, the 25th. Bring your records (5 legal size boxes max) for professional shredding services provided by The Shredders. Stay and have lunch for a donation. All proceeds to benefit Lions Club charities. www.SurfCityLio

It's not too late to register for the 13th Annual "Walk for Animals" to be held in Central Park East on Sunday October 3 to support the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals . Join the Orange County SPCA as well as Beach Blvd. of Cars and Advanced Veterinary Specialty Group (AVSG) and over 500 animal lovers and dogs for a morning of fun. You can pre-register on Saturday, September 25th John's Philly Grille. Cost: $20.00 by September 25th and $25.00 thereafter. Children under 12 are FREE. Packs of five or more pay $15.00 each if pre-registered by September 25th. At the event registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and the 5K/2K walks starts at 9:00 a.m. And don't forget to wear your Hawaiian digs for this fun filled event. For more information feel free to call (714) 374-7738 or visit - the site has all the info that is planned that day and believe me, there will be a lot going on!

Ever look for a unique way to get your name out there? You've seen the lighted banner on those blimps at night? What about the same concept on a helicopter? Well, Skylight California offers a new and unique way to control and position your advertising over the exact target market that you need to reach with the use of the lighted banner mounted on their helicopter. Imagine the advertising impact when an 8 foot by 36 foot lighted bill board flies overhead and then hovers for up to 5 minutes over crowds of on lookers reading your compelling message in the night sky. See the banner in action at or call Tom at 714-225-6476 (or email to ask him questions. It's a pretty cool concept!

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