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Briefly In Business

November 11, 2010

Romero to speak to Business Club

Sound therapist Mark Romero, founder of Mark Romero Music Inc., will be the keynote speaker at the Laguna Beach Business Club meeting at 7:30 a.m. Thursday at the Hotel Laguna.

Romero developed a proprietary blend of specific sound frequencies to assist in reducing stress, improving performance, and heightening creativity. As an expert in sound therapy, he has been featured at personal and professional development conferences and seminars, as well as hosting his own teleconference series with participants from around the world.

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Mark Romero Music Inc., offers a wide range of services, including sound therapy CDs, Musical Prescriptions CD series, teleconference series, speaking engagements, private and group coaching sessions, and advisory services.

Prior to forming Mark Romero Music Inc., he founded and developed a technology company which he grew to a multimillion-dollar company. Other prior positions and awards include national sales management positions as well as top sales awards. He lives in Laguna Niguel with his wife and his two young daughters.

The cost to attend is $25 including a buffet breakfast. For a reservation, e-mail info@lagunabeachbusinessclub.com or contact Rick Cirelli at (949) 494-4701 or rick@rtcmortgage.com.

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Surf shop sponsors Thanksgiving food drive

Starting this week, through Thanksgiving, surf apparel company Toes on the Nose is inviting everyone to donate canned food goods at the Toes on the Nose Laguna Surfshop deposit box for the Laguna Relief and Resource Center.

Donations from the shop will be used to provide a Thanksgiving feast through the Laguna Relief and Resource Center. The center provides assistance for homeless and low-income families including providing food banks, clothing and counseling.

"We believe that we need to come together as a community to help the homeless and Toes on the Nose Surfshop is doing just that," said Donna Valenti, executive director of the Laguna Relief and Resource Center. "We couldn't be more grateful and happy to see our community come together like this."

In the spirit of the holiday, Toes on The Nose has recreated the Mayflower with canned foods donated by employees. Other materials such as paper plates, silverware and cups have been used to create the ship that is featured in the front window of the store.

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