Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Test of Tyme, A Development and Construction Consulting Firm, To Hold Free Seminar with +Olive

Test of Tyme, A Development and Construction Consulting Firm, To Hold Free Seminar with +Olive, a sustainable lifestyle boutique in Carmel on Thursday, August 6, 2015: “Stand the Test of Tyme with The Next Generation of Furniture: From Concept to Construction-Cultivating Conscious Consumerism”

Pacific Grove, CA, August 04, 2015 - Founded in 2008, Test of Tyme is an international investment and development company that restores, builds, buys and sells estates in Carmel and Pebble Beach and beyond. It will hold a free seminar, “Stand the Test of Tyme with The Next Generation of Furniture: From Concept to Construction, Cultivating Conscious Consumerism” with a presentation by Don Whitaker of Test of Tyme and Ashley Yeates of +Olive, a sustainable lifestyle boutique, on Thursday, August 6, 2015 from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. The seminar will be held at +Olive, located at 120 Crossroads Boulevard in the Crossroads Shopping Village in Carmel, CA. Refreshments and beverages will be served. Space is limited and RSVPs are mandatory by calling (831) 655-2008 or emailing tot@testoftyme.com.

The presenters, Don Whitaker and Ashley Yeates, will discuss the critical need to support local artisans and American manufacturing. In a recent California Report story on Transpacific Partnership, it showed that there has been a loss of over 432,517 California jobs. In their presentations, Don and Ashley will focus on style, sustainability, craftsmanship, awareness and glamorizing careful consumerism. There will also be live demonstrations of furniture-making by Don Whitaker.

About Manufacturing Job Loss in America:
The reduction of tariffs on foreign goods and/or elimination of import quotas results in the elimination of companies and/or industries whose products are undercut by increases in foreign imports. One of the key factors that determine whether a foreign-made good is cheaper than the domestic good is the cost of labor in the country of origin. Workers losing jobs to imports or plant relocations overseas — and the communities and regions reliant on economic sectors destroyed by such shifts–find their futures uncertain. Even the strongest proponents of “free trade” theory believe in trying to assist these workers and communities to adjust to their altered futures, if for no other reason than to take the edge off of the anger about job-losing trade policies.

Learn more at http://investmentwatchblog.com/california-lost-432517-manufacturing-jobs-since-nafta-find-out-how-many-jobs-your-state-lost-nofasttrack-tpp/#glzdH6AfpApux4rv.99 and
http://audio.californiareport.org/archive/R201507010850/b

About Ashley Yeates
A licensed attorney in Texas, Ashley Yeates left the legal profession to follow a passion for “making things beautiful.” In 2001, Ashley Yeates launched the first of her enterprises — AYI & Associates — a boutique interior design firm. Established in Dallas, Texas, she moved the boutique firm to Carmel, California in 2005 to lead a more organic lifestyle. The move intensified a love for nature and shifted her design style to focus on sustainability and wellness, ultimately resulting in +Olive. A graduate of Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, Ashley decided to put her entrepreneurial spirit to work in pursuing a life-long passion for design. Today, her successful endeavors include +Olive, +Olive HC and CUSP.

According to Yeates, “Two of my most memorable childhood realizations are that the world is a big yet reachable place and I can make it better. At school, I used to swing as high as possible on the West Texas playground, looking across the desert horizon, knowing I would go out into the world and make a difference. At home, I ran the pastures in my Wonder Woman outfit feeling capable of anything. After I opened the new AYI & Associates Design Studio inside +Olive, it only seemed appropriate to add a big office swing. Although I retired the super hero suit, I feel empowered when combining the beauty of nature with fabrics and fashion to create a lifestyle line capable of shifting the way we manufacture and consume to preserve and protect the planet.”

About +Olive- Sustainable Lifestyle Boutique
+Olive is a luxury, sustainable furniture brand and retail concept in Carmel, California. Ashley created +Olive to resolve frustrations with a lack of quality in the furniture industry and to provide natural furniture options to her clients. “The lifestyle line accurately reflects the character of a community deeply committed to preserving nature, protecting the environment, practicing overall wellness and recognizing our impact on furniture generations.”

The +Olive furniture brand is currently in production in California, Arizona and New Mexico with manufacturing processes certified by the Forrest Stewardship Council and Sustainable Furnishings Council and using Global Organic Textile Standards. The +Olive brand encompasses multiple furniture lines and encourages consumer creativity and product uniqueness while adhering to soft impact manufacturing practices.

The +Olive lifestyle boutique located at the Crossroads Shopping Center in Carmel, California held its Grand Opening in June, 2015. The storefront and team are dedicated to changing the way people make purchasing decisions by offering high quality, luxury items that consider ecological, health and social impact. +Olive offers Eco Wool, Natural Organic Latex, Organic Goose Feathers, FSC Certified Wood, Organic Cotton, Linen, Cashmere, Mohair, Jute, Sisal, Marble and Stone, Natural Oils and Stains and Chemical Free Furniture.

With the slogan “We drink filtered water, we buy organic food, we read labels, and we recycle, BUT WHAT ABOUT OUR FURNITURE,” the retail concept incorporates other like-minded companies that are dedicated to raising consumer awareness and promoting product longevity and individual creativity that lead to a more meaningful life. “Americans can take pride in owning well-made American furniture pieces that can be handed down to future generations.”

+Olive seeks to educate on thoughtful purchasing and to inspire a shift back to values of quality and supporting local businesses. This concept fosters health and well-being, pure spaces, safe environments, smaller carbon footprints, and a stronger economy. It attempts to make the world a better place. +Olive’s mission is to educate others on the importance of sustainable and environmentally conscious furniture, linens, and accessories. For more information about +Olive, go to www.plusolive.com or call (831) 250-5307.

About Test of Tyme
Known as two of the most sought-after artisans and consultants on the Monterey Peninsula, Don Whitaker and Scott Coulter and their hand-picked group of sub-contractors, have worked together to build or renovate many of the largest estates in the area. Due to their passion and talent, artistic vision and top craftsmanship, they have been honored to work on more than 350 of the largest and most beautiful homes and structures in Carmel-by-the-Sea and Pebble Beach, including more than 20 homes on the ocean side of Seventeen Mile Drive in Pebble Beach.

One of their specialties is in the replication and creation of Old World-inspired finishes (1680’s – 1740’s European style), as well as the creation of original pieces designed for a specific home or space. They also restore paintings and other works of art.

Test of Tyme can transform every aspect of the average home into a marvelous homage to the old-world escapes captured off the pages of a European novella. The craftsmanship and artistic vision of every member of this team poured into the very foundation of each of their passionate projects. For more information about Test of Tyme, go to www.testoftyme.com or call (831) 655-2008.

Contact:
Wendy Brickman
Brickman Marketing
395 Del Monte Center #250
Monterey, CA 93940
831-633-4444
http://www.testoftyme.com

Monday, August 3, 2015

Watsonville Based Green Environment Landscape Does More Than Just Design Landscape and Plant Vegetation

One of one of the Few Green-Certified Landscapers in Central California that can virtually assure a savings of 40-50 percent on Water Consumption Using His Certified Green Landscaping Techniques

Watsonville, CA, August 03, 2015 - Francisco Cortes started his business with a passenger car and a shovel. Twenty-eight years later, he's the owner/operator of a thriving green-certified landscape contracting business with nine full-time employees, Green Environment Landscape, Inc.

But Watsonville-based Green Environment Landscape does more than just design landscapes and plant vegetation. Cortes' concept for the business is to incorporate the design and implementation of the entire outdoor landscape of a home or structure, from plants, lighting and waterscapes to patios, decks, stamped and stained concrete, irrigation, drainage and arbors. And do it while saving water and adhering to certified green landscaping techniques.

Green Environment Landscape is one of the few green-certified landscapers in Central California that can virtually assure a savings of 40-50 percent on water consumption. And to accomplish it without having to turn your green yard or garden into a parched desert landscape.

Cortes is able to accomplish this by using biosoils (which require less fertilizer and pesticides, thus reducing water use), innovative irrigation and drainage design, using more drought-resistant native plants, and incorporating various tried and true xeriscaping techniques such as zoning plants and mulching.

“People panic and they kill their plants. They don't know how to manage their landscaping, so they let it die,” said Cortes about the strict water-tightening regulations imposed by the state during this severe drought. “But we can do a lot of things to save water. We can save at least 40 percent, even more. We just have to be more efficient.”

After starting out doing strictly residential landscaping projects, the last several years Cortes and his company have been busy on the commercial end of the business. But Cortes wants to return to his roots, so to speak, get involved in more residential projects and strike a balance between residential and commercial.

Cortes, 56, was born in the state of Jalisco, Mexico, where tequila originated, but moved to the U.S. when he was 18, to work in the fields around Oxnard, in Southern California.

A few years later he saw an opportunity to get our of the fields and work for himself.

“I started with a shovel and my first project was a yard cleanup,” says Cortes, laughing at the thought. “I didn't even have a truck. All I had was a car!”

Thus was born Francisco Landscaping, which mostly focused on yard and garden cleanup, jobs that could be done by one person. Within two years he had his first employee and slightly bigger jobs came along, but the business struggled. Cortes, whose advertising consisted simply of handing out business cards, putting flyers on car windshields and advertising in the local shopper publication, knew he couldn't take on the truly big jobs that could boost his business.

Bigger projects meant more employees, more paperwork, more management and more complex designs and implementing them, something Cortes was not prepared for at this stage in his career.

“If I got a lot of business I wouldn't be able to manage it,” he says candidly. “So I decided to go to college — Cabrillo College (in Aptos, just south of Santa Cruz) — and saw that I had a lot to learn, so I took a lot of classes and attended a lot of seminars.”

But the hard work and long hours paid off. He was able to hire more employees, take on bigger projects and 10 years ago, expanded his offerings to include green landscaping, water-saving measures and what he calls “hardscapes,” the more rigid and permanent parts of a landscaping project.

“I like hardscaping, working on arbors, waterfalls, retaining walls, patios and working with lighting. It's a challenge,” says Cortes, who also changed the name to better reflect what his business offered. He sees landscaping and hardscaping going hand in hand in the ultimate design and success of a project.

After spending half of his life in the landscaping industry, Cortes' motto is simple, but highly effective: “Do the job right the first time. If the client still isn't satisfied, make it right.” Rarely has he had to redo a project.

“If I do a job, there's not going to be any callbacks,” Cortes says with a confidence built on 28 years of hard work and honesty. “If it's not right, no excuses, I'll take care of it. I will make sure the client is satisfied.”

There's nothing more important in business to Cortes than gaining the trust of his client and doing quality work.

Address: 115 Paseo Dr, Watsonville, CA 95076
Phone:(408) 227-0808

“That's one reason I've been in business so long — trust. They have trust in me,” says the plain-spoken Cortes. “Everyone wants to be successful, but the most important thing in being successful is quality. If you always do quality work, you'll never go out of business.”

Contact:
Marci Bracco
Chatterbox Public Relations
Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 747-7455
http://www.greenenvironmentlandscapeinc.com

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Got 99¢ - If So, You Can Learn How to Play The Blues

When you need to get your spirits roused or your feelings repaired, you need to play the blues.

Bartlett, IL, August 01, 2015 -- Michael Droste, a composer and musician from Illinois, released a new everything 99¢ music store. PlayTheBlues.com is dedicated to help you learn the blues. “I also want to give everyone the blues in common keys that blues bands usually perform. The website has all the instruments, in all of the keys: Bb, C, D, E, Eb, F, G, A,” said Droste.


The Play The Blues instrument list includes: Alto Saxophone, Bass Guitar, Clarinet, Drums Set, Flute,Acoustic and Electric Guitar, Keyboard Instruments, Oboe, Recorder, Soprano Saxophone, Violin, Viola, Cello, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba and Vibes.

Each 99¢ recording also has 'Magic Notes’ at the website that are a place to start playing the blues.

Try repeating the notes, creating a complimentary or contrasted rhythm and start having fun. Each Blues song has a total of 12 choruses.

“Soloing is a very free, fun way to express your feelings and emotions. It is simply one of the best parts of playing an instrument. Play around an experiment. Play with the track, then on the second chorus, play whatever you want! Play sharp notes, flat notes, listen to what sounds good or bad.

Simply play around an experiment,” Droste Stated.

Everything comes out in blues music: joy, pain, struggle. Blues is affirmation with absolute elegance. It's about a man and a woman. So the pain and the struggle in the blues is that universal pain that comes from having your heart broken. Most blues songs are not about social statements ~Wynton Marsalis

To assist the beginner, there is a blues tutorial at the end of each recording. The 500+ recordings for every instrument are now available for 99¢ each through PlayTheBlues.com http://www.PlayTheBlues.com

“Something about playing the blues, has the ability to make things in your heart and soul better,” said Droste.

About Windy Town:
Windy Town is a privately owned music company founded in 1992. Located in Bartlett IL., a suburb of Chicago, they release hundreds of unique musical recordings a year. Michael Droste is a graduate of the DePaul School of Music in Chicago.

Contact:
Windy Town
WindyTown.com
Streamwood, IL
630-344-9292
WindyTown@mac.com
http://www.WindyTown.com

Monday, July 27, 2015

Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa Launches National Smile Month

Pin It To Win It Contest

Monterey, CA, July 25, 2015 - Did you know smiling is contagious? Studies Show that just seeing one person smiling activates the area of your brain that controls your facial movement, which leads to a grin! It also lowers stress and anxiety, releases endorphins and strengthens your immune system! To celebrate #NationalSmileMonth we are giving you a chance to win a two night stay at Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa … now that’s something to smile about!

To Enter The Contest Simply Pin It To Win It:
• Follow us on Pinterest: pinterest.com/montereyhyatt
• Create a board titled: SMILE at Hyatt Regency Monterey
• Add a minimum of 5 pins with your favorite smile quotes and/or pictures.
• From babies to animals there is no shortage of great smiles on Pinterest!
• Make sure to use the hashtag #SmileAtHyattRegencyMonterey
• Email a link your board to: marci@chatterboxpublicrelations.com
• One lucky winner will receive a two-night stay at Hyatt Regency Monterey and lunch for two at TusCA!
• Winner will be announced September 5th.
• *Contest runs from August 1st - August 30th. Does not include airfare. The trademark HYATT and related marks are trademarks of Hyatt Corporation. ©2015 Hyatt Corporation. All rights reserved.

About Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel& Spa on Del Monte Golf Course:
Nestled in 22 acres of soaring Monterey Pines, the Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa on Del Monte Golf Course is a destination resort providing the discerning traveler the quintessential Monterey experience. Its location offers guests close proximity to downtown Monterey and Monterey Airport and easy access to some of the Peninsula’s most well known attractions. With its warm, contemporary ambiance, elegant furnishings and convenient amenities, the hotel offers both leisure and business travelers a Northern California respite of unmatched serenity and comfort. Features include 550 guestrooms including 32 suites, and the President’s house, TusCA Ristorante, Knuckles Sports Bar, Fireplace Lounge, a 2,000 square foot fitness facility, tennis courts, pools and whirlpools, and 12,000 square foot full service spa. The hotel is located at 1 Old Golf Course Road in Monterey, California. For information call (831) 372-1234 or visit www.hyattregencymonterey.com/

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

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Dan Langston Releases His New Book Memoirs of a Billionaire Cab Driver

Dan Langston, the author chosen by Akamai Kane (the billionaire cab driver from the small island of Kiki Loa) to write the life story, just released his new book titled Memoirs of a Billionaire Cab Driver.

Reno, NV, July 25, 2015 - Dan Langston, the author chosen by Akamai Kane (the billionaire cab driver from the small island of Kiki Loa) to write the life story, just released his new book titled Memoirs of a Billionaire Cab Driver. The initial version was released in eBook format to speed it release to market and is currently available on Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and other major book resellers’ sites. It is also available at www.billionairecabdriver.com.

Memoirs of a Billionaire cab Driver consists of the secrets Mr. Kane revealed to Mr. Langston about how he became one of the richest men in the world. The story might surprise you as it explains some very simple truths about how easy it is to achieve all of your financial dreams. The secrets are revealed through illustrations of the same forces occurring in nature as Mr Kane shows Mr. Langston around his beautiful island of Kiki Loa in an all-day cab drive.

“I never expected to learn as much as I did from Mr. Kane in such a short period of time”, say Dan Langston. “His knowledge is immense and he presented it to me is a linear, easy to understand format with each concept building on the previous. By the end of just one day, I had an excellent grasp of all he wanted me to learn and that will substantially change how I deal with money for the reminder of my life. I am very excited to share this with my readers.”

Mr. Kane secrets revealed in the book shows us that most of what we are taught and believe about how money works is in fact just the opposite. He also shows us why there is so much financial failure as people try to build a secure financial future and how to overcome the odds and succeed. Then he reveals an easy, step by step process to achieve anything in life you want, with the sky literally being the limit.

If you missed the story several months, on the tiny island of Kiki Loa, a local cab driver named Akamai Kane, wrote a personal check for $15,000,000 to build a water desalinization plant for his fellow islanders. Following that event, investigations revealed that Mr. Kane to be currently worth over $20 billion, making him among the wealthiest men in the world.

For more information contact:
Dan Langston
Dan@billionairecabdriver.com
http://BillionaireCabDriver.com

“Memoirs of a Billionaire Cab Driver is a short book of only 114 pages,” say Langston, “as I only wanted to tell the story exactly as told to me by Mr. Kane. I truly believe it will shift the financial paradigm of anyone who reads it.”

Contact:
Dan Langston
Billionaire cab Driver
9120 Double Diamond Parkway, Suite 1V
Reno, NV 89521
972-726-9595

http://BillionaireCabDriver.com

Monday, July 20, 2015

Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa Announces a Contest to WIN a Table to The 25th Annual Little BIG Holiday Celebration #2015 LittleBig Party

The Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa located at 1 Old Golf Course Road in Monterey announces the a contest to win a table for 8 to the 25th Annual Little BIG Holiday Celebration at Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa!

Monterey, CA, July 20, 2015 – The Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa located at 1 Old Golf Course Road in Monterey announces the a contest to win a table for 8 to the 25th Annual Little BIG Holiday Celebration at Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa!

Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa wants to get you out of the office and into the #LittleBIG2015 Party! Win a table for 8 for your office to the LittleBIG Party on December 4th and celebrate the holiday season in style! Enter on our Facebook page by nominating one of your co-workers for making a BIG difference! This can be at home, in the office or in the community. Simply post a picture on our Facebook page and tell us why your co-worker is awesome! On September 1st, the winning post will be chosen to receive a table for 8 including a night of dinner and dancing! *Enter between August 1st- August 25th. Winner announced September 1st.

About #LittleBIG2015:
Hyatt Regency Monterey invites all Monterey County businesses to celebrate your companies Holiday Party in a BIG way! Let the team of Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa experienced event planners do the work while you enjoy the party.
Package Includes:

• A Festive Dinner Buffet, Carving & Dessert Stations
• Non-Alcoholic Beverages
• Champagne Toast
• DJ Entertainment
• Raffle Prizes
• Festive Holiday D├ęcor
• Complimentary Self-Parking
• Party Reservations require a minimum of 8 guests
• Cost is $74 per person inclusive
• Cash Bar and Wine by the Bottles will also be available for purchase.
• For more information, please contact the Events Department at 831.657.6540 or email Hyattmontereycatering@hyatt.com

About Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa on Del Monte Golf Course:
Nestled in 22 acres of soaring Monterey Pines, the Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa on Del Monte Golf Course is a destination resort providing the discerning traveler the quintessential Monterey experience. Its location offers guests close proximity to downtown Monterey and Monterey Airport and easy access to some of the Peninsula’s most well-known attractions. With its warm, contemporary ambiance, elegant furnishings and convenient amenities, the hotel offers both leisure and business travelers a Northern California respite of unmatched serenity and comfort. Features include 550 guestrooms including 32 suites, and the President’s house, TusCA Ristorante, Knuckles Sports Bar, Fireplace Lounge, a 2,000 square foot fitness facility, tennis courts, pools and whirlpools, and 12,000 square foot full service spa. The hotel is located at 1 Old Golf Course Road in Monterey, California. For information call (831) 372-1234 or visit www.hyattregencymonterey.com.

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

Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity Misunderstood

Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity does NOT describe the actual mechanics of the universe! Einstein himself said so. SPACE LATTICE THEORY by Bruce Nappi finally explains why. The entire world of science needs to admit their 100+ year mistake.

Jacksonville, FL, July 20, 2015 - In 1905, Einstein published a paper now called the Special Theory of Relativity. His purpose was to show that the concept, popular at the time, that the speed of light is CONSTANT for EACH OBSERVER, was nonsense. We know this because Einstein repeatedly said so. In fact, according to Auffray, Einstein destroyed his manuscript shortly after his paper appeared in print. But the press, and influential scientists, intent on defending their hasty misinterpretation of the Michelson-Morley experiment, supported the “constancy of light” concept and led the physics community in conforming to it. This mistake has misled science for over 100 years. It requires denying many inconsistencies and creating absurdly complex theories to explain them. How about a 20 dimensional universe, the size of a pinhead, which magically appeared out of nowhere? Space Lattice Theory finally explains many of the puzzles of physics with simple visual explanations and no relativistic handwaving!



So how can Lattice Theory explain what Einstein did not? In Space Lattice Theory, Bruce Nappi provides a theoretical exploration for an entirely new foundation for the universe. This new foundation describes how matter, energy, force at a distance, space and time can be explained by one single principle - the Grand Unification. Nappi, an engineer and Director of the A3 Research Institute, has written a comprehensive and very readable paper that explains the fundamental structure of the universe with a new model that does not require any major changes to the traditional laws of physics. Rather than just providing formulas, Space Lattice Theory explains what causes matter, energy, gravity and electro-magnetics and supports the explanations with graphics that depict the principles involved. It explains the Big Bang, and how it happened in a simple 3-D universe, with no requirement to abandon the conventional concepts of physics. It finally answers puzzles like the particle-wave nature of photons, what causes time, why it always goes forward, and what produces “cause and effect”. But most important, the Theory actually listened to what Einstein said. Einstein presented Relativity as an INDIRECT proof – also known as proof by CONTRADICTION. He wanted to show how bizarre the universe and physics would become if “constant with respect to each observer” was taken as a premise. Unfortunately, nobody got the right message.

Space Lattice Theory starts with the principle that space is actually NOT mostly empty. Instead, it is densely packed with a very small object called an “Aa”. The Aas arrange themselves as a structured Lattice. That is, space is more like a crystal than an empty void. Due to major disruptions that occur periodically over the eons of time, very small defects scientists call “dislocations” occur throughout the lattice. It is these defects that create what we call matter. The major disruptions are what we call Big Bangs! In short, the structure of the universe is exactly opposite of what our intuition tells us: space is solidly packed, and matter is due to voids! Space Lattice Theory explains how matter travels through space, and explains how it converts into energy and back again. To make all of this easy for the non-scientist reader to understand, these explanations are done without mathematical equations. Pictures are provided that show what Aas might actually look like and how they behave. The descriptions explain all the objects and forces in the universe, including what causes forces at a distance like gravity, and nuclear, electric and magnetic fields. And in a real breakthrough, Space Lattice Theory provides a model for Grand Unification, describing how all of these behaviors can be caused by the single principle of the Aa.

About Bruce Nappi:
Founder/Director of the A3 Research Institute. Founder of the A3 Society. Eagle Scout on the 1965 North Pole Expedition. 40 years experience at the leading edge of high tech covering a very broad background in nuclear systems, robotics and instrumentation. Most recently focused on medical instruments and medical simulation training. In 2010, published two books to summarize major discoveries in sociology, psychology, and world sustainability. In 2013, founded the A3 Research Institute to gather people of like interests, to implement major discoveries in science, sociology and sustainability which underlie the A3 philosophy. In 2015, completed and published a major scientific paper which proposed a new structure for matter in the universe and presented a model for the Grand Unification of matter and energy. Mr. Nappi graduated with an MS from MIT in 1969 and currently lives in Massachusetts.

Contact and document availability

Bruce Nappi - bnanppi *at* A3RI *dot* org
The paper and a summary for non-technical audiences is available at http://A3society.org/LatticeTheory .

The paper is also published at:
GSJournal: http://gsjournal.net/Science-Journals/Research%20Papers-Unification%20Theories/Download/6034

Academia.edu: https://www.academia.edu/12080870/Space_Lattice_Theory
http://A3RI.org

Contact:
Bruce Nappi
The A3 Society
2614 Spreading Oaks Lane
Jacksonville, FL 32223
339-222-8467
bnanppi@A3RI.org
http://a3society.org/

Thursday, July 16, 2015

General Manager, Executive Chef Named for The Clement Palo Alto Opening Fall 2015

Pacific Hotel Management, LLC, has announced the appointment of Sebastian Stacey as General Manager and Chef Pierre Arce as Executive Chef at its newest property, The Clement Palo Alto, scheduled to open in Fall 2015.

Palo Alto, CA, July 16, 2015 — Pacific Hotel Management, LLC, has announced the appointment of Sebastian Stacey as General Manager and Chef Pierre Arce as Executive Chef at its newest property, The Clement Palo Alto, scheduled to open in Fall 2015.

Stacey has more than a decade of experience in all aspects of hotel operations and management, with a strong focus in associate development and training. He previously served as Front Office Manager at the Historic Casa Munras Hotel and the InterContinental The Clement Monterey, both in Monterey, CA.

Born in France and trained in Europe, Chef Arce is also Executive Chef of the Sheraton and Westin hotels and has been at the culinary helm in Palo Alto for more than two decades.

The award-winning chef's style is rooted in his classic culinary training, but he feels it is important to place a strong emphasis on the finest local ingredients with a light touch.

Chef Arce will also be in charge of the banquet kitchen for all three properties.
The Clement Palo Alto will be one of the most innovative, personalized and unique luxury hotels in the country when it opens. With 23 spacious and richly appointed one-bedroom suites, the unique hotel sets a new standard for personalized luxury accommodations in a contemporary residential-style atmosphere.

The Clement Palo Alto takes its impeccable service to another level with an all-inclusive policy, including personalized concierge services, breakfast, lunch and dinner in an on-premise location of the guest's choice.

The Clement Palo Alto is ideally located across from Stanford University and next to downtown Palo Alto, with its award-winning restaurants, world-class shopping and upscale spas.

Contact:
The Clement Hotel
711 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, California 94301
650-322-7111
http://www.theclementpaloalto.com

About Pacific Hotel Management, LLC:
The Clement Hotel is owned and managed by Pacific Hotel Management, LLC. Pacific Hotel Management, LLC. is a privately-owned company that specializes in the development and management of high quality hotels using a variety of franchise brands. Pacific Hotel Management, LLC (PHM) manages all of the hotels owned by affiliates of Clement Chen & Associates, combining a focused corporate administrative staff with a "hands on" management philosophy to operate profitable, well-maintained hotels. PHM is based in San Mateo, California, and can be visited on the Web at www.phmhotels.com.

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