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Poway’s Beijing City offers authentic Chinese cuisine

April Zhao, owner and manager of Beijing City, Poway’s newest Chinese restaurant.

Looking for an authentic, sit-down Chinese experience? Then try Beijing City, at 12334 Poway Road.

Mr. Marketing: Let’s start from the very beginning

Rob Weinberg

An email’s first sentence sets the tone for your entire marketing message. The reader wants to know “What’s In It For Me?”

ACE Tutoring is here to educate your children

Anh and Steve Eggers, who own ACE Tutoring in Poway.

Does your student need a little help conquering Common Core? Then check out ACE Tutoring in Poway.

Mr. Marketing: Can’t find the taco guy

Rob Weinberg

Imagine going to a job fair, meeting hundreds of potential employers, and having neither business card nor resume. Lost opportunity, right?

Gordon G. Meyer can help you in your time of need

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Dealing with custody issues or a divorce? Let Gordon G. Meyer help you resolve your issues.

Ask Mr. Marketing: Stop pestering me!

Rob Weinberg

There’s a political candidate who keeps hounding me.

Wild Birds Unlimited celebrating first anniversary

Jerry and Arlene Martin, in front of their store on Scripps Ranch Parkway.

Jerry and Arlene Martin have been flying high this first year at Wild Birds Unlimited in Scripps Ranch.

Wild Birds Unlimited celebrating first anniversary

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Jerry and Arlene Martin have been flying high this first year at Wild Birds Unlimited in Scripps Ranch.

Mr. Marketing: Work with the customers you already know

Rob Weinberg

I recently read that the Los Angeles City Council wants to offer cash incentives to lure citizens into the voting booth. As part of the plan, voters would also be automatically entered into a $50,000 drawing.

I recently read that the Los Angeles City Council wants to offer cash incentives to lure citizens into the voting booth. As part of the plan, voters would also be automatically entered into a $50,000 drawing.

Mr. Marketing: Work with the customers you already know

Rob Weinberg

I recently read that the Los Angeles City Council wants to offer cash incentives to lure citizens into the voting booth. As part of the plan, voters would also be automatically entered into a $50,000 drawing.

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