Friday, March 7, 2008

Press release 4 final

Release Date March Immediately

Date March 7, 2008

Local Dental Assistant is making dentist visits fun

Small Smiles Pediatric Dentistry
1300 N 200 E # 102
Logan, UT 84341
(435) 792-3033

Dr. Doug Fryer is concerned about how many kids are able to get quality Dental care. Only 76% of kids see a dentist each year while over 50% of kids age five through nine had at least one filling and many of these kids have had more.

These statistics disturb Dr. Doug. He feels many of these kids go without Dental care until it turns into a problem and they are in pain. Doug Fryer schedules one day a week to go to the hospital to work on kids teeth under general anesthesia. Dr. Doug states, “The amount cavities on baby teeth could be greatly reduced if kids and their parents, practiced good oral care every day, avoided some problem foods, and see the dentist regularly.”

Melody Fryer is the Office Manager and Doug’s wife. She recalls as a kid hating to go to the dentist. She does not want any kids to hate coming to her office. Small Smiles accomplishes this by having a fun energetic staff. Melody makes sure all the employees are excited to come to work. “They must go out and have fun with the kids” whether this involves helping them jump onto the Siesta Sacks, or a squirt gun fight. Melody says “We want them to have fun so that they will get into the habit of attending the dentist regularly.”

The society of pediatric dentist states that when a child is able to handle a steak knife safely they have the manual dexterity to brush their teeth effectively. Small children and even some kids up to eight can’t brush all the surfaces of their teeth, so a parent needs to get in there and help them brush. Flossing between baby molars is also a concern. Enamel on baby teeth is paper thin, we need to protect these teeth and the way to do that is flossing every day. Remember a tooth brush and water should be the last thing in a child’s mouth before they go to bed.

Some cavities can be avoided if kids are able to choose healthy snacks during the day and before bed time, a low acid food like an apple or some cheese is best, while soda and sticky candy should be avoided. It is recommended that everyone goes to see the Dentist every six months. Kids are no exception to this rule. If they have a cavity it is small and we can avoid any tooth aches.

Kids say they enjoy going to visit Dr. Doug because it’s happy and is painted colorfully. They also enjoy how the staff plays with them. Small Smiles is dedicated to children and their oral Health.


Friday, February 29, 2008

Media Pitch 1

Dear Mr. Mike Jones I am writing to inform you about a new association in town that is trying to help people find a job doing what they love. Cache Valley Area Investors is helping people learn how to manage money and become financially independent.

CVAI is trying to help people learn the tools necessary for them to become financially independent. The way this is done is by getting there passive income high. Once they acquire this higher income level they can go beyond living pay check to pay check and can start investing there excess money in different opportunities. This not only helps the person out but it also helps the businesses and areas where there money is invested.

After they develop an investment plan they can then live off the benefits of their investment and can therefore find a job which they will enjoy doing. CVAI would love o be able to help the local community learn these tools. If you would like to interview Preston Parker the President of the Association I would be glad to set one up with you. If you have any other questions or would like some additional materials please contact me.

Joseph Kimpel PR. Representative
Cache Valley Area Investors Association
Cache Chamber of Commerce
160 N. Main St.
Logan UT, 84321

Friday, February 15, 2008

Press release three final

Release Date: Feb. 15, 2008
Date Feb 12, 2008

Association is helping people understand investing

Cache Valley Area Investors Association
Cache chamber of Commerce
160 N. Main St.
Logan UT, 84321

Logan, Utah
There is a new association in town, Cache Valley Area Investors Association, is trying to help people become financially independent. Preston Parker, president, states he is out "to give education to people." Preston states “my goal is to get peoples passive income high.”

CVAIA mainly focuses on investments however Parker states that the "direction is up to the membership." Parker feels that people should become financially independent “so they can choose what they want to do.” Parker feels that no one should have to work in a place they don’t like.

People complain about this far too often and CVAIA is trying to help people learn how to make money and do what they love. Financial independence is when you have enough money to live on; this allows happiness. Parker understands that there are situations where people have to work but they should be temporary.

This association meets every Thursday at the cache chamber of commerce at 7:00 p.m. Parker is not a financial planner he is just here to help share what he has learned. All are invited to come there is currently 40 members and it is free to join.

Anyone interested in joining can contact Preston Parker at four three five - seven five seven - four five six zero

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Press Release 1 Final

Release Date: Jan 23, 2008

Jan 22, 2008

Company using creative ways to try to solve housing market problem

ABC Real Estate123 Creative Way, Logan UT 84341

Logan UT

ABC Real Estate LLC is changing how the house-purchasing program in Logan works. President of ABC Real Estate Bret Cob, who was mentored on this unique real estate business in California. Has come to Utah, with the knowlege of directed equity-holding land trusts to allow lower income families the ability to purchase a home. ABC Real Estate will find for them an investor to supply the down payment. They also will find a credit beneficiary who would allow the homebuyer to use their credit history to purchase the home. Both of these investors would then be paid back using a portion of the monthly trust contributions the buyer is paying. To Guarantee the beneficiary credit is not hurt if payments ceases ABC will have two months of payments for the house set aside.

The President of ABC Real Estate believes "This is a major part of the solution to the housing market." The wealthy have always used land trusts and ABC Real Estate is bringing those same benefits to the lower and middle classes. Along with this the purchaser will also be improving their credit by creating a good payment history. ABC Real Estate was started in Aug 2007 It was founded in Draper, UT and has a hub in Logan, UT.

Anyone interested in joining or using this program can contact Joe Kimpel public relations advisor for ABC Real Estate at 435-555-1981