Local4All is pleased to continue serving up Holiday savings for the seventh year.
NO LONGER AVAILABLE: AKAP, AKLV, and Ford City Holiday placemats - Deadline was 11/11/14. Next issues will be January-March 2015.
IN - Your ad on 15,000 placemats in the Indiana area for $125.
Granny's Special, Ironwood Grill, or generic Indiana placemats only... your ad on 5000 placemats for $75.
Villa Rosa Special - Your ad on 10,000 placemats for just the Villa Rosa Restaurant in Kittanning for $150. This is an upscale color placemat and should last 4-5 months. See the "double up" special below. Because of its unique layout, only two double ads will be accepted, first come first serve. Double ad price = $250.
Villa Rosa "Double Up" Special - Your ad on 20,000 placemats for the Villa Rosa only for $250. Or, double up on the double up... your double ad on the "Double Up" Special for only $350.
Butler - will be printing 20,000 (20K) for $150 including 7,500 for the two Pizza Hut locations in Butler. Call for pricing if you want just the Pizza Hut locations.
Kittanning - will be printing 35K total for $195 including 15,000 generic placemats and 10,000 each for two restaurants... Villa Rosa and Clarks' Landing. Call for pricing if you want to do an ad sponsorship or a smaller quantity.
NKLB - will probably print 10K, call for bundle pricing.
SEBCo - will probably print 40K, a combination of one-restaurant specials and ~20K generic placemats. Call for pricing combinations.
See lists of restaurants in each area from the dropdown menu above.
Captain George will be at Deer Creek Diner on August 30th and Sept 13th from 10am to ?? with photos of his work over the years as one of the pioneers in motion picture news coverage, working at times for all three of the Pittsburgh television stations and for United Press International (UPI).
In a humorous story he shared with me at Denny's in Harmar, one of the captain's neighbors informed him "Captain George, you have to stop keeping me up at night!" Sitting across the table from him, it was inconceivable that this well-mannered gentleman partied too loud or too late. He continued "I asked her 'Is my TV too loud? Am I talking too loud?' to which she answered 'No. I've got a copy of your book and I can't put it down!'"
Captain George is also active in patrolling the Pittsburgh rivers to keep them safe. A world traveler, Captain George is a person you want to meet and greet.
Deer Creek Diner is located at 13 Russellton-Creighton Road in Russellton, PA. It features modest prices, excellent food, and good service.
FYI: Captain George will also be the featured artist at the Vandergrift Arts and Crafts Festival in late September.
Timing is everything. Eavesdropping isn't pretty but sometimes the end result is a Godsend.
In early July, I overheard a tidbit of conversation that allowed me to boost sales for Kaczor Ravioli Company and get John's fruit-filled pierogies some extra visibility. More recently, I happened to be in the Kittanning Public Library and heard a young man asking for a job application. Before Andrew had a chance to walk away, I asked him what type of work he was (is) looking for and, within minutes, Andrew and his girlfriend Stefanie and I were talking about him working for me.
So far Andrew and I have covered a lot of ground. At 16 years of age, he is a willing learner. At 63, I've been around long enough to have lots to teach him plus Stefanie is likely to help both of us from time to time.
Need to get the word out on a low budget? Call Andrew @ 724-487-9568 or send an email to bows...@gmail.com
UPDATE: Andrew goes to school during weekdays and is also working for Villa Rosa so he might not be able to get back to you immediately. Text or leave a voicemail. Thanks, Carl
I do volunteer computer training and thought I would see how well the library's Wi-Fi works so I can show the same content on at least 3 different devices. Different browsers display content their own way. Different devices are a completely new level. Classes are open to the public unless otherwise posted.
I also would enjoy offering this in the Butler County Area.
As we can now see 1/4 of 2014 plus a few days in the rear-view mirror, we have to look back at our logistics over the past seven years and learn what we could have done better. Could we have used our unsold space to help more local nonprofits?
Could we have published more local news more often? Would a few hundred extra per year help your budget?
Allison Cousins is heading up a group to keep the Ford City 4th of July weekend a special time for local families and for FC alumni to have a special week to revisit where they grew up.
Simpler times are a-coming! Local4All is working to simplify the sales process while keeping the same level of service to customers and partner restaurants.
With only two days before the Remember When concert at 10th St Station in Ford City, it's time to check with Janny's Hallmark or Marcia's Garden to see if there are any tickets left. Local4All may have 1-2 seats left at their table. First come, first serve. Call Carl @ 724-664-1221. [Note from Carl: Since I have an out-of-town commitment, Julie will be playing hostess at the table.]
In preparation for their Mountain Bike Race this weekend, Neill Andritz and RRWA volunteers will meet at the main parking lot on Wednesday Sept 4th (bring your own tools if you have them) to fix washed out areas of the mountain bike trail, time to be announced. One of the members of the mountain bike race committee will go out to the site with Neill before then to assess damages and create a to-do list.
About RRWA, the Trail, and related information on their website, www.rrwa.org
As you can see at the top of the right sidebar, our specials are much easier to find than before. Some of them are linked to pages and some are not. For deals that you thought were a great deal, let us know! We appreciate your feedback.
Kudos to the Ford City Renaissance Committee for a wonderful Light Up Night. I had the privilege of helping kiddies up and down off the Firetruck Ride and it was fun to see the glow in their eyes and the smiles on their faces. Paul, Barb, Steve and others, thank you for your efforts for Ford City and our community.