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Do you offer products and services to the "Health and Wellness Space" ? The Wellness Economy is 4.2 Trillion dollar + market and growing ! https://globalwellnessinstitute.org/press-room/statistics-and-facts/ Personal Care, Beauty and Anti-Aging ($1,083 billion) Healthy Eating, Nutrition and Weight Loss ($702 billion) Wellness Tourism ($639 billion) Fitness and Mind-Body ($595 billion) Preventative and Personalized Medicine and Public Health ($575 billion) Traditional and Complementary Medicine ($360 billion) Wellness Lifestyle Real Estate ($134 billion) Spa Economy ($119 billion) Thermal/Mineral Springs ($56 billion) Workplace Wellness ($48 billion) Are you getting your share ? Come and network with your fellow entrepreneurs and business owners. Learn - Network - Partner - Discover Opportunities No selling at the event ! This is all about creating and nurturing relationships ! Who should be at this Networking Event? Health Coaches Nutrition Coaches Personal Trainers Doctors / Chiropractors Energy Healers Spiritual Counselors Psychic Healers Psychologists Therapists Independent Health Product Representatives Health and Wellness Educators Life and Intuitive Coaches Relationship Coaches Yoga Teachers Spa Owners / Wellness Retreats / Resorts / Meeting and Event Space And Health Facility Managers Public Health Educators Corporate Wellness Coordinators Community Health Workers Health Services Managers And Human Resource Professionals Organizational development experts and trainers Performance / Team / Work-life Balance Coaches And Anyone that wants to create and expand their business in Health and Wellness. Has ( or is developing ) a Health and Wellness Product ! SPECIAL PRESENTATION BY : Rico Caveglia Nationally recognized as Americas Healthy Aging Trainer https://www.facebook.com/rico.caveglia www.AgelessLivingLifestyle.com www.VitalityStick.com www.BeBoldNeverBeOld.com If you want to make a presentation at the next Networking Meeting Contact me here on Meetup. You must Include your phone # ********************************************************************************* To be on the guest list and attend, you must RSVP here on Meetup and send me an email through Meetup ( click on my profile ). Include your full name, business name, phone number, website or Linked In Profile link and a short description of what you do. ********************************************************************************* You must do this or you will not be allowed into the event ! This Event is Created / Promoted / Sponsored By: APC Marketing Group http://www.apcmarketinggroup.info This event is posted on multiple Meetups.
What are you doing Saturday night? Why not come out and join a bunch of fun people and play some games like Cards Against Humanity, Jenga, Uno, Exploding Kittens, Never Have I Ever & more. It's a GREAT way to make new friends! Join us for another fun night of game night and kick some butts.... I mean, meet some new friends.... (hehe). Join us for this fun event and meet new friends at a beautiful venue. We start the evening with a game you can play standing up while meeting everyone. This allows you to figure out the group of new friends you would like to challenge for the first game! Once seated, feel free to rotate through the various tables and meet new friends and play different games. Also, enjoy the $10 drink specials - did someone say Old Fashion, Moscow Mule, The Perfect Manhattan? YUM! We are hosting this event at the exquisite and trendy The Continental Club in downtown L.A. Come and check out an exotic location while meeting new friends! Coming by yourself? Most people do! Don't worry, in no time you will be making a bunch of new friends because everyone there will be from Meetup! :) We have the entire venue to ourselves for Game Night! Event Agenda 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm - Social hour. Grab a drink, meet and greet your new friends. 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm - Enjoy the games and the drink specials while losing... I mean, winning! At 9:30 pm The Continental will open to the public. At this time we will put the games away, but you are free to hang out all night and enjoy the DJ! :) Note: It will not be advantageous to arrive late. Guests that show up on time normally end up meeting everyone and have the most fun. Come on time at 7:00 pm. :) Cost: Entrance is $10 cash. Dress Code: Stylish attire. Parking: There is a lot of parking around The Continental between $5-$10. If you park a few blocks away, on Broadway, etc, there may be free street parking; please read the signs for restrictions. This Meetup event is crossed-posted on many, many meetup groups. Expect a great turnout!! :)
Do you like talk radio ? Do you like to call into talk radio shows? We are looking for people who would like to call in and chat with our radio hosts about a variety of interesting and important topics. If you meet the right qualifications you can participate, learn and have fun. You might even be the next Radio Talk Show Star or get your own show !!! We are looking for people with these qualifications. Intelligent Pleasant voice Knowledgeable in a variety of topics Clear phone line ( to call in ) Can be available within a days notice to call in to the show Available for at least 10 minutes to chat with the Radio Host. If you would like to be considered ... RSVP here on Meetup Send me an email on Meetup and Include: You Full Name, Phone #, A short description of yourself and why you feel you meet the qualifications. If you qualify, we will send you a link to fill out a questionnaire and then we will follow up with you. Good Luck and Happy Listening !
Surfridge Ghost Town and LAX Dunes
Most people like Ghost-Towns and abandoned areas. Often they are in the hinterlands. However we DO have one right here under our noses. You have driven past it or flown over it. It's the town of Surfridge . . . The original residents were a now extinct giant camel called Camelops (not making this up). They died out and in the 1920's high end beach front development that fell out of favor during The Great Depression and had a revival in the late 40's . Then an airport really took off from props to jets and from the 60's to the mid 80's it was systematically de-populated. Now we are left with a vanished city. Palm tree lined streets, curbs and driveway leading to nothing. All of this fenced in behind barbed wire. And even still with 1920's street lights that still turn on at night for the streets with no residents. (not making this up). The area has been turned into a butterfly preserve. (I am not making this up). AND WE GET TO GO IN IT. With permission we get to go behind the barbed wire. Heal The Bay and Friends of the LAX Dunes (FOLD) are having a work-day cleanup removing non-native plants. Come and see our history and do some good at the same time. Meet new friends and sweat with them. And if we are really lucky, . . . you can call out the the butterflies to warn them not to fly too high and when a jet is flying overhead get sucked into the intake resulting in a Jet Butter Strike (I am making that part up). https://youtu.be/U4UIujUMuRk • Largest dunes complex in Southern California • Once extended from Palos Verdes to Santa Monica • About 50,000 years old • Bones of an extinct member of the camel family were found (Camelops, Camelops hersternus) • The neighborhood north of the dunes was once called ‘Palisades del Rey,’ today Playa del Rey • The neighborhood that once inhabited the dunes was called ‘Surfridge’ • In the 1920s, ‘Palisades del Rey’ was the place to be; Spanish-style villas housed the rich & famous • 1928 — Mines Field opened, a small airport later to be known as LAX (1941) • 1930s — The area fell into decline after the Great Depression • 1940s—1950s — After WWII, the area revived and 600 more modest homes were built • As LAX grew and planes got louder, Surfridge residents started to complain about noise and soot. Since nothing could done to alleviate the problem, through eminent domain, the City of LA purchase all the homes and forced residents to move, a process that happened from the late-1960s to the early 1980s. • Today, the LAX Dunes (aka El Segundo Dunes) is about 300-acres, mostly designated a protected wildlife Preserve. At the west end of Los Angeles International Airport, a remarkable ecological success story is unfolding on approximately 300 acres of sand dunes voluntarily set aside as a natural wildlife preserve. The LAX El Segundo Dunes Preserve is the largest remaining fragment of the El Segundo Dunes complex, and provides habitat for over 900 species, some of which cannot be found anywhere else on Earth. It is home to the beautiful and delicate federally endangered El Segundo Blue Butterfly, and other rare plant, animal, and insect species.Friends of the LAX Dunes (FOLD) is a partnership of community organizations, corporate sponsors, and dedicated individuals working to promote the Los Angeles World Airport’s LAX Adopt-a-Dune program. The LAX Adopt-a-Dune Program provides an opportunity for volunteers to help care for and learn about their natural environment.Your help is needed to remove invasive plants so native vegetation and animals can thrive. FOLD hosts a restoration event the first Saturday of every month from 9 AM to Noon (unless it is a holiday weekend or it’s raining).