The Photograph Augusta co. News
Friday, August 31, 2007
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - The Staunton-based Red White & Blue Creative and the Waynesboro-based Augusta Free Press Publishing - the parent company of The Augusta Free Press and The New Dominion print magazine - have entered into a partnership aimed at integrating the services offered by the individual multimedia companies.
"This partnership will vastly increase the services that we can offer our individual customers," said Mike Hodge, the president of Red White & Blue Creative, which offers marketing and advertising solutions to business and corporate clients and also serves in an events-promotions capacity in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia and up and down the Mid-Atlantic.
"Our collaboration with Red White & Blue will allow us to maximize our outreach into the business communities in the Shenandoah Valley, Central Virginia and across the Commonwealth," said Crystal Graham, the president and publisher of Augusta Free Press Publishing, which publishes The New Dominion print magazine and its sister website, www.thenewdominion.com, and the local-news website www.augustafreepress.com.
Augusta Free Press Publishing also produces two weekly Internet-radio news shows - "The New Dominion Show" and "The Augusta Free Press Show" - and each website also offers a free weekly e-newsletter.
The podcasts, websites and the print magazine reach more than 20,000 listeners and readers in Virginia and worldwide.
In addition to working with business and corporate clients, Red White & Blue Creative publishes Pizzads in Staunton, Harrisonburg and Broadway - and has worked with the likes of country-music artists Earl Thomas Conley and Ricochet and Southern gospel artists The Dove Brothers Quartet and Young Harmony in the promotions area.
More information about Red White & Blue Creative is available on the World Wide Web at www.redwhiteandbluecreative.com.
More information about Augusta Free Press Publishing is available at www.augustafreepress.com and www.thenewdominion.com on the web.
Red White & Blue Creative is a member of the Lexington-Rockbridge County Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Augusta Free Press is a member of the Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Thursday, May 24, 2007
Cranberry’s Grocery & Eatery is a natural foods grocery, apothecary, and café. The grocery features fresh produce; free-range eggs and chickens; milk in glass bottles from cows who don’t do drugs; grass-fed beef; bulk herbs, spices and nuts; packaged goods; Virginia-made local foods; a great all-natural bodycare department; and a large homeopathic, herbal remedy, vitamins, and supplements apothecary.
The café is a breakfast and lunch place featuring wraps, sandwiches, quiche, soups, salads, smoothies made from scratch, locally-roasted coffee, and the only juice bar in town.
The store is open Mon-Sat, 7:30-4:30.
Our menu, which also has a short history of the store, a short piece about the historic building in which we’re located, and driving directions for finding us.
Saturday, May 19, 2007
SERVING THE VALLEY OVER 20 YEARS!
Your Lil' Treasures deserve the time and effort to restore them back to tip top shape.
We at JADECO take pride in getting dolls back to there original condition.
Antique restorations are done with Tender Loving Care!
We also do custom alterations for the whole family from jeans to formals.....Stop in and browse our shop, you will enjoy seeing the different collections of dolls and supplies we offer.
Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Wednesday 16, 2007 -
held The 2007 Business Resource Fair at Shenandoah Valley Small Business Development Center , Robert E. Plecker Workforce Center . The fair was from Attendees could net work and go to work shops. The 3 free work shops that people could go to where Doing Business with the Commonwealth Company Health Assessment , Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)One-Minute Networking!, and Employee Engagement: Connecting Customer Service and Profitability The SBA and Business Financing Options Small Business Federal Tax Responsibilities There where many venders there to help get a business started every thing from banks to internet exports. Blue Ridge Community College
We were established in 1979 as Waterbed Shack by Virgil & Gary Duncan. I started working for them in 1983 and bought the business in 1987. We have a sister store in . We offer all kinds of beds (sleep surfaces) waterbeds were where we started then expanded into innerspring and futons. Soon to be followed by air beds and visco or Swedish foam. If you sleep on it we've got it.
Sleep On It!
Established in 1958, by Ralph L. Weaver, our company has grown to a full service agency.
Weaver Insurance and Financial Advisors offers all lines of insurance and investments. We represent a carefully selected group of financially sound, reputable companies; therefore, we are able to offer you the best coverage at the most competitive price.
Our Primary Objective...
is to establish a relationship - a partnership - between you and our office; to provide you with Coverage, Personal Services and above all Claims Services. Our company has won over 100 service and sales awards.
P.O. Box 1588
Waynesboro, VA 22980
Stuarts Draft Highway
P.O. Box 479
Stuarts Draft, VA 24477
Tuesday, May 15, 2007
With more than 20 years of combined experience in the art and science of graphic design and printing to complement our affinity for great service, we’re ready to earn your business.
Owners Rick and Jean Moyer are the dynamic duo behind Crossroads Graphics and Design.
Rick’s focus is creating the right image for you. His keen, artistic eye, listening skills and business acumen ensure you get memorable images and products that get you noticed. Scientists, the world over, have been trying for years to define Rick’s creative parameters. One frustrated NASA spokesperson recently commented, “I give up. Rick’s creativity knows no boundaries.”
Jean’s charge is sales, marketing and office workflow (chaos control). In addition to keeping the “boys” on task--her wit, charm and smile make every visitor feel like part of the family. Clients in the know, avoid Jean’s dark side by bringing her a cup of her favorite gourmet coffee. “It’s the best investment you can make if you’re bringing in a rush job,” said one customer, who requested he remain anonymous.Hamilton Cook Colonnade, Suite H
510 W Broad Street
Waynesboro, VA 22980
Monday....................8:00am - 5:30pm
Tuesday and Wednesday............9:30am - 5:30pm
Thursday and Friday ...........8:00am - 5:30pm
Sat - Sun........................CLOSED