If you live in the Philadelphia area and are looking for a hot car to show off or just something to get you back and forth to the office there is surely to be a car of your choice and in your price range at Conicelli’s. They offer new and used car specials, coupons and a variety of prices on their automobiles ranging from $10,000 up to $70,000. You can even lock in a price on the internet without any obligation to purchase. Just log onto the site and you will be able to see the various models, styles, colors, features and options. Later, if you visit the lot in person you’ll already be car savvy.
If you choose a new Toyota car, your customer service rep will be happy to offer you that test drive – see if it feels good. You might even take it on the freeway – accelerate to about 65 miles or so and feel the exhilaration, its bounce and punch; smell the new leather or fabric. Later when you are back on the lot, walk around the car – to get a good view – see yourself in the car. Does it suit your personality, lifestyle and budget? Ready to buy – the sales representative will be happy to take your application – financing is available. Imagine it; you are just moments away from owning that shiny new car.
If you are looking for a late model used Toyota there are plenty of them to view also both on and off the site. If you schedule a test drive, the sales rep will ensure that all signals are in working order – you may even be asked to kick the tires – this may be important because new tires can run into the hundreds of dollars. You will also want to test the horn, doors and windows before you buy. Perhaps you’ll even luck out as I’ve heard that some used cars come with a manufacturer’ certified and/or limited warranty. If you are still not ready to buy, then sign up for the Conicelli Toyota Newsletter and you’ll be kept abreast of changes in prices on new and used car specials, company news, as well as community interest items, surveys, contests, coupons, etc.
There are very few manufacturers of textile product operating in the United States today with the tag “made in America” because cheaper imports are making it hard for them to remain profitable. Not so, at the Wearbest Sil-Textile mill in New Jersey, a company that caters to luxury hotels and restaurant chains and makes draperies and upholstery for them. The company now even has bragging rights for its work in the White House; profits were up by more than 52% during the past year.
The company’s owner has made a commitment to keep its goods “made in America,” something that is essential and important to the business. The owner, Irwin Gasner’s grandfather founded the business back in the early 40s with his first mill in East Rutherford, NJ. He made silk lining for men’s suits in those early days. After the war, Mr. Gasner turned his attention to making decorative draperies and upholstery for America‘s homes.
The company became profitable and when the younger Gasner took the helm in 1980, he moved to a bigger facility to continue the “made in America” tradition. Unfortunately on Labor Day in 1985, there was a setback when a fire burned the mill to the ground. Despite this, Gasner was able to get the funds necessary to get the mill back up and running. Then came the recession in 2008; the mill was forced to lay off 50% of its workers after sales dropped.
Gasner admits today that it hasn’t been easy, but the company is back and thriving. In order to remain competitive and keep the business in America, he now focuses on creating more innovative fabrics. He says it’s the latest crave because they are environmentally friendly. The fabrics are also of high quality and performance and good for areas that receive high traffic. Then too, made in America is always appreciated.
Have you ever ask yourself why a huge number of folks have gold and silver fever? Perhaps it’s because they realize that our government has too much debt and it’s getting more and more difficult to pay it off. Not only that, but inflation is high while the various world currencies are losing value on a daily basis. Debt is so massive that it’s nearly impossible to expect payment in many circumstances. Today, banks must have huge amount of money in order to remain competitive. And yes, you too must have more money today to survive that you did five years ago, because of inflationary prices. How do you cover yourself against inflation? The answer is simply – you do so with gold and silver. There are many reasons to own gold, but most importantly:
- You protect your purchasing power as inflation rise with gold or silver
- You are protected if and when banks collapse
- You are protected when currencies are devaluated
- You will be better protected if there is an economic crisis in other developed nations
- You are protected against any outrageous actions by our government or if it stop printing paper money
- Owning gold and silver is trendy today and less risky than paper money.
Perhaps these are the reasons that so many have now taking up the hobby of panning for gold in the state of California. Go north to south and you will find individuals panning for gold because as the story goes, the state of California contains 70% as much gold today as it did one hundred fifty years ago. Moreover, this year is said to be especially good for finding gold because of all the heavy rains last winter. In many instances, the rain waters dislodged trees and boulders – some releasing pockets of the precious mineral. However, if you should decide to try gold panning it is suggested that you first check with the local Forest Service and then bring along a friend who is experienced; if not, take panning lessons because the task is said to require a lot of finesse.