Friday, November 30, 2012

Upward Trend Is Pleased To Announce Mission Solano As Our Latest Trend Setter Package Client

Mission Solano has just become Upward Trend's latest Trend Setter Package client and we are thrilled to be associated with and a service provider for this fine organization serving Solano County for almost 15 years.

We will be building a new website, a brand new blog, managing several social media accounts including facebook, twitter, and linked-in. We will also be providing a monthly email newsletter, video production and YouTube channel, along with our consulting for the best uses of these features. We look forward to a long and fruitful, mutually beneficial relationship with Ron Marlette and his fantastic team at Mission Solano.

Their existing website is at Below is a bit about Mission Solano and even an opportunity to click and help out a bit over the holidays.

About Mission Solano

In 1998, recognizing that many people struggling with addiction needed more than “three hots and a cot”, Mission SOLANO Rescue Mission focused its vision to develop long-term residential treatment for homeless addicted men, women and children. The Mission SOLANO Rescue Mission has successfully met the basic necessities of the homeless and poverty stricken population since 1998. Our unique and nationally recognized Nomadic Sheltering Program provides emergency shelter nights to those in need, while maintaining and managing our Community Outreach Center (COC) and Social Industries distributing food, clothing and ongoing community services.

Our doors are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Help is available without charge to any person regardless of race, color, creed or social standing.

Mission SOLANO operates entirely on voluntary contributions. The vast majority of our support comes from individual donors; the balance from churches, organizations, foundations and the corporate community.

We have always adhered to a strict code of financial ethics. You will be happy to know that a major portion of every dollar entrusted to us goes directly into programs and services.

Your Dollar Goes a Long Way - DONATE TODAY!

  • $1.79 - provides a nourishing meal for one hungry person
  • $9.06 - covers the cost of a warm bed for one night for a homeless person
  • $39.12 - underwrites total costs for one person to go through our "Rays of H.O.P.E." Recovery program per day

Weekly Food Giveaways

Community Outreach Center
Monday 11:00 a.m. (Identification Required)
Wednesday 11:00 a.m. (Identification Required)
Friday 11:00 a.m.
740 Travis Blvd

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Vacaville Christmas Wish & Buffalo Wild Wings - Dec 3rd Fund Raiser!

What do buffalo wings, kids, city employees and Christmas have in common? A way to support needy kids through the Christmas Wish program. With the season upon us, we have more children than ever already signed up and needing sponsors.....we seem to have a super abundance of teens wanting gift cards. As always, I know our community will pull together so we can serve every child in need. The Vacaville City Employees Association (VCEA) is doing their part with a fundraiser at Buffalo Wings next Monday, December 3. Gather the fans and watch the Monday night game there, or order out after a long weekend of shopping, or start early with lunch.

All the information and the certificate needed are attached.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Upward Trend Welcomes Sealed With Bliss Salon and Spa As Latest Trend Setter Package Client

Amy Rhodes, Owner and CMT has become the latest Trend Setter Package of services client with Upward Trend in her business, Sealed With Bliss Salon and Spa. We will be building a brand new website, a separate blog, taking care of social media including facebook, twitter and linked-in. The package also includes a monthly email newsletter, video production and a YouTube channel, along with SEO optimization and consulting to get the best results.

Sealed With Bliss Salon and Spa is located at 3000 Alamo Dr, Suite 101 in Vacaville CA. Phone for an appointment at 707-455-8809.

Services include Massage therapy, Waxing, Facials, Hair Styling, and much more. Look for more about Sealed With Bliss Salon and Spa as we progress building their sites.

Recessed Lighting - Vacaville Electric

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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Mission SOLANO-Day In The Life 2012

In 1998, recognizing that many people struggling with addiction needed more than "three hots and a cot", Mission SOLANO Rescue Mission focused its vision to develop long-term residential treatment for homeless addicted men, women and children. The Mission SOLANO Rescue Mission has successfully met the basic necessities of the homeless and poverty stricken population since 1998. Our unique and nationally recognized Nomadic Sheltering Program provides emergency shelter nights to those in need, while maintaining and managing our Community Outreach Center (COC) and Social Industries distributing food, clothing and ongoing community services.

Monday, November 26, 2012

Vinny the Wrench Gives Us A Tour Of The SERFAS True 1500 Headlight

Vinny the Wrench give us a grand tour of the SERFAS True 1500 Headlight for your bike. This light has all the features you may need with plenty of light options to choose from. Check out the Velo Wrench Bike Shop online at or call 707-451-4706. 

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From the SERFAS website:

Whether you're on the trails or streets after the sun has long set, Serfas lights up your night ride with the industry's most technologically advanced safety lights. Whether you're a mountain biker who needs to see the perfect line, or a road bike commuter who just wants to get home in a safe fashion, Serfas offers tremendous value.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Green Valley Floral Brightens Your Holiday Home and Tables

Green Valley Floral has the flowers, arrangements, bouquets that you need, but they have even more. . . Greeen Valley Floral is your unique gift destination. Stop by and check out what is easily one of the nicest shops in all of Solano County.

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Social Media Satire Songs - Suzie Michael Explains How People's Online P...

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In her Trend Hunter interview, Suzie Michael talks about how people aren't always what they make themselves out to be on their online profiles. She illustrates her point by using the hilarious viral video 'I Like You Better on Facebook,' where Livia Scott sings a song about why people almost never turn out to be as funny or as charming as their Facebook profiles make them out to be.

Friday, November 23, 2012

Don't Be Afraid to Rethink Your Services

Some great ideas here -- Upward Trend

Kamalini Ramdas, London Business School professor, suggests four ways companies can become more efficient.

Thursday, November 22, 2012

3 Reasons Sole Proprietorship Might Not be Right for You

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Attorney Nina Kaufman on when entrepreneurs should steer clear of this business entity.

There are numerous reasons why an entrepreneur should consider running a business as a sole proprietor -- meaning it is owned and operated by one person without legal distinction between the owner and the business. But business attorney Nina Kaufman says there are at least three reasons to go with a different business structure:

1. You eventually want to seek investors or partners. This might be the most obvious reason. As a sole proprietor, you're legally on your own.
2. If you're doing "risky business." Say, for instance, you're manufacturing a complicated product that might not deliver on time. If something goes wrong, the business owner can be sued without legal protection from a business entity.
3. You want to do business with major corporations. This is a hurdle for the simple reason that larger companies tend to do less business with sole proprietors than with other businesses with more legal protection, Kaufman says.

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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Innovate by Looking for Problem Patterns

Clayton Christensen, Harvard Business School Professor, explains how to approach innovation creatively by studying the problem you are trying to solve and how it was resolved by other industries.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Upward Trend Welcomes The Lessler Group As Latest Trend Setter Package Client

Steve Lessler and The Lessler Group has become Upward Trend's latest Trend Setter Package client. And, Upward Trend is pleased to be a client of The Lessler Group. We will be building a new website, brand new blog, using social media including facebook, twitter and linked-in, along with a monthly email newsletter, video and a YouTube channel, SEO optimization and our own consulting all in one package of services called the Trend Setter Package. You can see The Lessler Group's current website at

Here is the statement of purpose from The Lessler Group website: "The Lessler Group represents clients who are professional service providers to public agencies and the business community in the greater Solano County area. We feel strongly that these service providers are the "best of class" in each of their respective markets. This is the hallmark of our success - that businesses and municipalities working with The Lessler Group and its clients can be assured of the highest levels of professional excellence available in the region."

Monday, November 19, 2012

On entrepreneurship: A conversation with Steve Case

AOL cofounder Steve Case makes the argument for why small, high-growth companies are the secret to economic vitality and job creation, and why large companies can benefit, too. Find the transcript at:

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Changing Landscape for Women in the Workplace

Women in business are changing today's work environment for the better. Laura Henderson, author of How Women Lead: The 8 Essential Strategies Successful Women Know, discusses how women are redefining the workplace and creating value for their organizations.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Just Bring It Back by Michael Dalton Johnson

My uncle sold his old Chevrolet to a young man. Although the bill of sale had "vehicle sold as is" in capital letters, my uncle got a call from the young man complaining about a problem with the car.

I was surprised by how my uncle handled the complaint. Instead of saying, "I told you the vehicle was sold as is," he said, "Just bring it back, and I'll give you your money back."

The young man continued to describe the problem, and my uncle told him again, "Just bring it back. I'll be happy to give you your money back," and added, "Other than that, there's nothing I can do for you."

My uncle was a keen student of human nature and knew that the best way to handle the complaint was to offer a full refund.

When you look at the underlying psychology behind this, you'll see that my uncle established the value of his selling price by not hesitating to offer to take the car back. The move left the buyer with no place to go. He was either in or out. He was in. He said he wanted to keep the car, and my uncle never heard from him again.

Excerpted from Rules of the Hunt: Real-World Advice for Entrepreneurial and Business Success, McGraw Hill. Read more at Amazon.

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Friday, November 16, 2012

Upward Trend Welcomes Kitchen Tune-up of Northern California As Latest Trend Setter Package Client

Stu Reid, local franchise owner for Kitchen Tune-up, a nationwide company, has just joined Upward Trend as our latest Trend Setter Package client. We will be building a brand new blog, taking charge of his social media, including facebook, twitter, and linked-in. In addition, we will be doing a monthly email newsletter, video production and a YouTube channel, along with our own consulting and SEO optimization.

Stu's current website is here: This website will remain his main website as part of the national Kitchen Tune-up main website.

Contact Stu Reid at Kitchen Tune-up in Fairfield CA at 707-422-7682.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Upward Trend Welcomes Nemat Inc As Our Latest Trend Setter Package Client

Upward Trend is pleased to announce as our latest Trend Setter Package client, Nemat, Inc. of Madera, CA, the manufacturer of USA Made Consumer Procuts such as the Mighty Mount TV Mounting Solution. In addition, Nemat, Inc. does contract manufacturing from fabrication through to precision computer controlled machining. Nemat, Inc. are also Engineering and Management Consultants, including design and lean manufacturing, reverse engineering, and more.

We will be building a new website, adding a new blog, developing and managing social media including facebook, twitter, and linked-in. In addition, we will be doing a monthly newsletter and video with a YouTube channel. Check out their current website at

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Hire for Personality

Robert Chavez, CEO of Hermès US, argues companies must foster open communication to build a collaborative working environment

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Free CPR Training for Ages 10-18 This Weekend

Presented By:
United Heart Training Center

November 17 & 18, 2012

For: Ages 10-18 years old
Time: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm

One Harbor Center
Suites 200-240
Suisun City, CA 94585

A Donation of $10.00 Will Help Provide Manuals for the Classes

Monday, November 12, 2012

Tomorrow Night: Joint Chamber Ribbon Cutting At Integrity Auto Collision. 5pm to 7pm. Food, Networking, Fun,

 Joint Chamber Ribbon Cutting

Integrity Auto Collision Center
Will Host A

Fairfield-Suisun and Vacaville 
Chambers of Commerce

 Joint Chamber Ribbon Cutting Event
Including Fairfield Mayor Harry Price

Event Is Open To The Public

Tuesday, November 13th
5:00pm to 7:00pm
(Ribbon Cutting at 6:00pm)

Event Location:
Integrity Auto Collision Center
1891 Woolner Ave, Suite C
Fairfield CA

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Yumm! Jumbo Prawns and Great Music. An Awesome Combination At Fuso's Italian Restaurant

Jumbo Prawns Sautéed with Peppers, Garlic and Cherry Tomatos.
Served in a Spicy Tomato Sauce over a Bed of Linguine Pasta.

Enjoy great food at Fuso's Italian Restaurant at 535 Main Street, Downtown Vacaville. And, enjoy their musical offerings Thursday through Sunday every week. Tonight, enjoy Hollywood Jenkins and get your blues fix.

Join us for some great blues and smooth jazz sounds from Hollywood Jenkins this Sunday, November 11th On The Patio at Fuso's Italian Restaurant from 5:30pm to 8:30pm.

Robert “Hollywood” Jenkins has been well known as a San Francisco Bay area, Guitarist, Vocalist. Hollywood decided that playing music was the coolest thing that you could ever do. He moved to San Diego,Ca and started a band, Hollywood’s band opened for the legendary James Brown at the Convention Center. Thereafter, Hollywood moved to Oakland, California, in 1977, where he landed his first local gig with the Brummels Band. Soon after, Hollywood played as a side man for many musicians like the Monterey Blues Festival with Beverly Stovall, The Oakland Convention Center backing John Lee Hooker and at Yoshi’s Lounge with Ricardo Scales. Additionally, He has performed with Jimmy McCracklin, Kenny Neal, Zakiya Hooker, among others. Hollywood was featured at the KCSM Jazz on the Hill Festival, Polk Street Blues Festival, Guest performer on KGO News Talk Radio 810 AM.

Recently Hollywood Jenkins recorded a song called Hey Baby with Blues great Jimmy McCracklin to be soon released on a Major Nation wide Record Label.

Hollywood received critical acclaim in the Oakland Tribune and San Mateo County Times, newspapers, for his performance at the Alameda County fair, July 2006. Hollywood played at the Russell City Blues Festival,Hayward, the Black Diamond Blues Festival. Hollywood performs at the famous Lou’s pier 47, on Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco, CA.

Hollywood’s style has been influenced by many guitarists such as B B King, Albert Collins, Buddy Guy, Wes Montgomery, and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Hollywood was voted “New Blues Artist of 2007“, by the Bay Area Blues Society and most recently played Guitar on Blues Legend’s Jimmy McCracklin’s Recording of “Hey Baby”. Hollywood's own CD: Robert “Hollywood” Jenkins, which airs on KPOO Radio 89.5 FM and KPFA 94.1 FM is available on Itunes, etc. He still believes that performing music is the coolest thing that you could ever do!

Saturday, November 10, 2012

How to Improve Your Mass Mailing Materials

Just because you're sending information or promotions to lots of people at once, it doesn't mean it can't be sincere and personal. This short video shares two examples - one good, the other bad - of how to do it right.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Gold Class Prices by Kirsty Dunphey

I excitedly hopped on to Village Cinema's website recently to purchase Gold Class tickets for my husband and I to go and see a movie. Being the parent of a tiny person I've seen very few movies in the 20 odd months since she was born and the excitement rushing through me at being able to have 3 hours to chill out with my husband was pretty darn huge. 

As I stepped through the website choosing my cinema, movie and time I was pretty stunned to find out that if I wanted to book these tickets online I would also have to pay an extra $5 per ticket for the privilege of booking online. Now this confuses me. To book online, I'd still be paying with credit card, as I would if I walked into the cinema, no extra charge to them there. They're saving the cost of having a staff member process my payment, less cost to them there. They're getting my money up front and in advance meaning they know which sessions are booked out / empty earlier, great for planning and if I don't show up for some parental emergency they're also keeping my money which I never would have paid if I'd waited until I walked in to purchase my ticket. 

In short, it's going to cost them less and be more beneficial for them - and yet they're putting a barrier up to me doing it. 

Online shopping is favourable to so many these days because it's (usually) easier, because it's (often) cheaper and because it's (frequently more) convenient and yet, online shopping at Village Cinemas is not that much easier - there's usually not a line at Gold Class, it's not cheaper and given the first two items it's not more convenient. I think they might be missing the point. In a day and age where more and more people download to watch and half my local video stores have closed down and the others are massively downsizing I would have thought a cinema would be doing everything they could to provide me with a seamless online experience to encourage me to make the move to sit in a plush theatre and experience a real movie experience. 

What do customers see when they experience your business online? Can they easily contact you (one click). Can they see your physical presence opening hours? Can they read your website well on their mobile phone? Do you have any unnecessary barriers to working with you online?
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Thursday, November 8, 2012

FREE CPR Class for Ages 10-18 at United Heart Training Center

Presented By:
United Heart Training Center

November 17 & 18, 2012

For: Ages 10-18 years old
Time: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm

One Harbor Center
Suites 200-240
Suisun City, CA 94585

A Donation of $10.00 Will Help Provide Manuals for the Classes

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Measuring the ROI of Social Media? There’s a Laugh, and a Joke.

I got an (unsolicited) email offering a webinar to teach me about how to measure, and the importance of measuring, the ROI of social media.

TOTAL JOKE. And a bad one at that.

Social media, business social media, is running wild – with or without you. Your customers and prospective customers are posting on Facebook whether you have the balls to have presence there or not.

And I am not just talking to companies – I am talking to YOU – the individual.

CONSIDER THIS: Of all the grassroots revolutions that have occurred on social media, none of them were started by companies or a governments. They were all started by people – people who were excited, people who were afraid, people who were pissed, and people who wanted change and spoke up. They spoke over CEOs, media, newspapers, government, lobbyists, and politicians.

HERE’S WHAT THEY SHOULD MEASURE: LRI otherwise known as Lost Revenue (and goodwill and customer loyalty) of Idiots.

While Macy’s and most other department stores are/were measuring ROI, Zappos is cleaning their clock, delivering value, connecting with and responding to customers one on one, and building a billion dollar empire in less time than it took Macy’s to expand to a second store 100 years ago.

Webinars on the subject of ROI of social media are likely run by the same people who thought wouldn’t make it. If Bezos measured the ROI at Amazon in the first five years, he would have quit. He accomplished domination while Barnes & Noble was measuring ROI, and Borders was going broke.

Amazon now has total market dominance based on leadership, vision, and technological excellence. Same with Apple. Microsoft used to laugh at them, now their employees all have iPads and iPods at home.


It’s way too soon to measure.

MAJOR POINT OF UNDERSTANDING: If they had measured the ROI of TV, or the computer, or the automobile, or the telephone, or the Internet after 5 years, NOBODY would have gotten involved, and we’d be in a technological bog – sinking.

Wake up and smell the opportunity!

People guarding nickels have no idea of the power or the value of business social media, much less social media. They have no idea of the lost opportunity, or the lost revenue. They have no idea of the perception and participation of customers.

My bet is people who measure the ROI of social media HAVE NEVER TWEETED. Wanna take that bet?

I define these people as the ones who still have a small rubber circle in the middle of their keyboard – completely out of touch with what’s new, and trying to prevent the unstoppable force of progress, and customers.

Wanna know who else “measured” financial return?
Blockbuster measured online movie services.
Blackberry measured smartphones.
Microsoft measured music players.

Billion-dollar MIS-MEASUREMENT: Bank of America DIDN’T measure or understand the power of Facebook. They were greedily measuring increased revenue from debit card customers. Their billion dollar loss paled in comparison to their complete loss of goodwill. I doubt they will recover in a decade.

All of those companies are/were foolish.

There’s one company you want to take their time, measure nickels, rely on lawyers, and stick their big toe in the water before getting involved – that one company is your biggest competitor.

Here’s an easy plan to get rolling in a week or two:

1. Gather the email addresses of EVERYONE in your world.
2. Create a first-class, well tagged with key words, business page on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
3. Start a YouTube channel by inviting your customers to film WHY they bought from you.
4. Map out a strategy, and goals for engagement, for Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.
5. Assign someone to monitor, post, and RESPOND to all who engage.
6. Create six value-based messages, two each for Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
7. Shoot 2-3 value-based (something your customers could use) videos and post them on YouTube.
8. Invite all of your customers to join you by sending examples of your value messages. I recommend one campaign per media for four weeks – but have links to all in each email.
9. Post something every day on Facebook. Tweet something every day. Link with 2-5 people every day. Post one video a week.
10. If you really want to create some buzz, convert your contacts to Ace of Sales ( – and send emails that differentiate yourself from the competition.
10.5 Only listen to your lawyer if they tell you what you CAN do.

Start there.
Start now.

Jeffrey Gitomer is the author of The Sales Bible, Customer Satisfaction is Worthless Customer Loyalty is Priceless, The Little Red Book of Selling, The Little Red Book of Sales Answers, The Little Black Book of Connections, The Little Gold Book of YES! Attitude, The Little Green Book of Getting Your Way, The Little Platinum Book of Cha-Ching, The Little Teal Book of Trust, The Little Book of Leadership, and Social BOOM! His website,, will lead you to more information about training and seminars, or you can email him personally at

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Monday, November 5, 2012

Gary Vaynerchuk on Turning Customer Complaints into Opportunities

The serial entrepreneur, Gary Vaynerchuk explains why you should be thrilled when consumers bash your brand.

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Sunday, November 4, 2012

Yippie Yogurt Is A Dream Come True. The Doors Are Open! Yippie!

Yippie Yogurt opens
Alicia Rainey chops strawberries during her first day at the newly opened Yippie Yogurt on Friday along West Texas Street and Beck Avenue in Fairfield. Yippie Yogurt is a part of the Yippie Foundation, which is a non-profit helping underprivileged youth gain career skills and job experience in the community. (Conner Jay/Daily Republic)

By Heather Ah San
From Page A3, November 3, 2012
Daily Republic

FAIRFIELD — When Yippie Yogurt started advertising its program in Fairfield two years ago, something about it caught Alicia Rainey’s eye – the word “mentoring.”

Rainey was interested in becoming a youth mentor, but after she graduated from high school, she needed guidance.

So Rainey applied to the Yippie Yogurt program, to get the mentorship she needed to boost her career opportunities.

Rainey displayed the skills she learned through program training Friday afternoon during Yippie Yogurt’s first day open to the public.

The Yippie Foundation is nonprofit that provides Solano County homeless, foster care and low-income youths with job readiness, vocational mentoring and life skills through its training and internship programs. It is an acronym for Youth Initiating Professional Preparedness In Employment.
Youths 16 to 24 get credit for about 20 to 30 hours of job readiness education after graduating from a six-month paid internship at the Yippie Yogurt shop.

Sherilyn Henry, president of the Yippie Foundation, said the shop is a great opportunity for low-income youths to both enhance their resume and receive valuable guidance from professionals through the vocational mentoring program.

Rainey is one of the graduates of the program and one of the first employees to open up shop.
Standing at the register with a smile on her face, Rainey said she felt ready and prepared to handle the task of running the store, at least for her shift.
“So far so good,” she said.

Rainey said she hopes that once she graduates from college, she can come back to Yippie Yogurt and become a vocational mentor herself. She credits Henry and the foundation for the encouragement to reach her goal.

“Sherilyn has been a big inspiration, starting this, mentoring youth,” Rainey said.
Yippie Yogurt is located at 1955 W. Texas St., No. 40, in the Winery Square shopping center. For more information about the foundation, visit

Reach Heather Ah San at 427-6977 or Follow her on Twitter at

Article courtesy of Daily Republic, Fairfield and Suisun City, CA daily newspaper.

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Banquet Facilities at Fuso's in Vacaville


Available for just about any moderately sized occasion, from business to baby shower, our banquet room can comfortably accommodate anywhere from 15 - 45 people. Let us take the complications out of your event, so that you may have an enjoyable evening with your guests. As our small kitchen cooks for both the front and back, with just about everything to order, for large banquets, we ask that you choose one of our banquet menus to then allow your guests to select from. This will allow for a smoother event for both your guests and for our kitchen.

While there is no fee for the banquet room, there is a $400 minimum. To reserve the room, the minimum must be placed on deposit. This allows us to book your date and time, prevents us from booking any other events for this time, and will allow us to order the proper amount from our purveyors in preparation for your special event.

Wi-Fi, projector, and screen along with teleconference connection available for a fee. Please inquire if you are interested in any of these.

Banquet Menus (tax and standard service charge not included)
Banquet Menu - $15.95
Banquet Menu - $19.95
Banquet Menu $25.00 - Includes Salad and Entree Only
Banquet Menu $35.00 - Includes Choice of Salad, Entree, Dessert, and Ice Tea & Coffee
Banquet Menu $45.00 - Includes Choice of Salad, Entree, Dessert, and Ice Tea & Coffee

Additionally, we have Banquet Buffet Options available as well, at $20.95 and $28.95
Please contact the restaurant for menu choices.

Friday, November 2, 2012

Complete Janitorial Gets The Job Done Right

Complete Janitorial is a full service cleaning company. They provide a large ally of services. This includes one-time clean ups to contract cleaning seven days a week all year round.

They do it all; vacuuming, dusting, disinfecting, stripping, buffing waxing, window cleaning, grout cleaning and power washing.

They service office complexes, wineries, warehouses, productions centers, restaurants, retail stores, show rooms, doctor’s and dental offices. They also service private homes, construction sites and retail stores.

Complete Janitorial provides their services at the most reasonable cost and we strive to help the customer save on their costs pertaining to cleaning by providing most effective cleaning programs. By using green biodegradable, non-toxic, and low-VOC emitting cleaning products we unsure your office is a healthy work place.

They help minimize the exposure of your property and occupants to the effects of aggressive cleaners. This helps their clients provide a safe environmentally sensitive work place or home.

Call Complete Janitorial at 707-399-7132

Thursday, November 1, 2012

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