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Send us the URL of your homepage and we’ll share it with all of your alumni friends around the world. It’s a great way to promote a small business, favorite pastime or even yourself—and it’s completely free! Here are a few (in no particular order):

> coloradobiz.net
Mary Schambach ’94
A new venture started by Mary and her fiancé. Check it out.
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Delta Phi Epsilon

Renee Migot Williams ’97
A site for visitors, rushees, actives and alumnae of the Beta Mu Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority at Rowan University. Renee is looking to reconnect with lost sisters for a reunion in April.
> GuestDiscounts.com
Paul C. Falcone ’76
A new startup specializing in free travel and entertainment discount coupons and offers.
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myspecialproducts.com
Jeff Weber ’75
An imprinted promotional products company. Jeff also has a weekly Internet column called “Heard Around Town” at www.jeffweber.com.
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Teddies of Mt. Holly

Carol Clarke ’70
Specialty and artisan bears from across the country can be found in Carol’s shop. If you’re really adventurous, you can sign up for for one of her bear-making classes and build your own teddy bear from scratch.
> www.junkenglish.com
  Ken Smith ’80
Here’s the premise: the more you read and hear, the less you know. Ken Smith’s newest book, Junk English, has been called “the new Strunk & White” by the NY Press and The Washington Post says it’s “terrific… lively, funny, and impeccably right-minded.” His site even has a link to send him your best junk!
> www.justalpaca.com
 
Tim Pallies ’98
Tim sells a variety of South American goods—mostly alpaca scarves, shawls, ponchos and capes. He even sells Tsantsa shrunken heads from the Amazon—you know, the perfect gift for that special ex-roommate.
> McHenry Road Collection
  Shari McMahon ’72
Shari is a fiber artisan who specializes in designing and weaving original art baskets using grasses, vines and branches. Her extraordinary baskets have a beautifully organic and earthy look and feel. Don’t miss it.
> www.mrb-pr.com
  Michael Becce ’88
Michael’s company is a high-tech, public relations powerhouse. Small Business Computing named it one of the “top 100 tech savvy companies.” It’s no wonder his clients include IBM, Microsoft and Unisys.
> Artcraft Promotional Concepts
  Steve Kiefer '80
Need to promote your company? Have a new product or service to announce? Need to generate sales leads? Reward your staff, employees and customers with a promotional product from Artcraft Promotional Concepts.
> The Mainstream Band
  Michael DeMuro ’77
If you’ve got the wedding reception, Bar Mitzvahs, corporate event or any other kind of celebration, Mike’s got the band! The Mainstream Band has been entertaining the crowds with an eclectic mix of live music for more than 25 years! If you live in the greater Cincinnati, Ohio area, give Mike’s band a try.
> foamcube.com
  Michael Aldana ’93
Foamcube is comprised of some of the best creative talent you have never heard of. That's because they’re all in the cubes—not the corner offices. But don't let that fool you—they really do think outside the box... er, cube.
> corycommunications.com
  Jack Zoblin ’83
Cory Communications helps small businesses navigate through the complicated maze of national, regional and local telecommunication service providers by offering expert, customized telecommunications data integration services and guidance. Whew. Just give’em a ring already.
> ModelHorsesKTM.com
  Kimberly Morgan ’02
Giddyap on over to Kim’s website if you’re looking for Breyer or Peter Stone model horses. But hold yer horses, that’s not all, she also offers lots of other animal-related toys and gifts including flags, doormats, mouse pads, pillows, stuffed animals, doorstops and home accessories.
> A J G Music
  A.J. (Andy) Grossman ’77
Where else in South Florida (Miami Dade, Broward, Palm Beach counties and the northern Florida Keys) can you find an experienced, dependable and affordable DJ/MC service at a great price—and for a little extra—an amazing multi-colored light show topped off with fog and bubbles? Give A.J. a call today.
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bayimprint.com
  Brian Spector ’72
Brian's company produces custom-made, slikscreened apparel, embrodered clothing, lapel pins and other fun promotional items for businesses and organizations. You can also check out his other site at www.gymuniforms.com that imprints physical education clothing to private and public schools.
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WhatSportAmIPlaying.com
  Rick Vazquez ’93
Rick recently completed a sports trivia book with the father of his wife, Lori Reynolds '93. It was written help children and novice sports fans understand the sports terms they hear and see everyday. Cool.
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Girl Scout Council of Bergen County
  Nancy Oltmer Wieme ’78
Nancy is in the middle of a new Girl Scout initiative called Commit to a Girl for the Girl Scout Council of Bergen County. The organization serves more than 13,000 girls and 3000 adult volunteers in 61 towns in Bergen County.
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Conte’s Corvettes & Classics
 

Joseph Conte ’74
Imagine for a minute—rows and rows of Corvettes, all years and all styles, and most importantly, all for sale! Joe’s been selling and restoring Corvettes since 1974. Swing by his Vineland showroom and let him find the perfect ’Vette for you. BTW, if you’re a Pontiac fan, Joe has on display the original, (some would say infamous) "Car & Driver" Pontiac GTO that started the whole muscle car revolution. Very sweet.

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WedOrama
 

Brian Fallon ’94
Brian's site alows couples who are getting married to quickly create their own flash-based wedding site for family and guests with customizable music, photos, e-mail, registry links and more. And the best part is it's all just $50. Don't miss the beautiful templates avaiable for your special day—simply awesome!

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Ocean City Beach Rental
  Patricia Cook Conte ’95
Beach party at Tricia’s! If you’re thinking about renting a place at the shore this summer, you owe it to yourself to check out Tricia’s beach house in Ocean City, NJ. Her beach house is just a block from the ocean and features all the amenities of home including three bedrooms (queen in master bedroom and two twin beds each of the other bedrooms), a queen sofa bed in the living room, two full baths, washer and dryer, fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher and disposal, microwave, etc. All the bedrooms were completely redecorated fall 2003. But the best feature of all is Tricia’s reasonable rates. E-mail her for availability!
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Woodwinds4u
  Gary Schneider ’96
Improve your child's musical skills with private lesson in the saxophone, clarinet or flute! Using an individual private lesson, Gary and his wife Barbara, will reinforce learned concepts, extends exposure and playing time, and bring out the skilled musician in your child. And they are conveniently located in Pennsville.
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Creative Solutions Team at New England Financial
  Patrick Hanna ’96
Let Pat show you how to achieve your financial goals through proactive planning and sound strategies with a complimentary financial consultation, or educadute yourself at his online Learning Center with articles, newsletters, e-seminars, financial calculators and more!
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> Dave's Candy Kitchen
  David Andersen ’67 
Have a hankering for some genuine Jersey shore sweets? Dave’s got you covered with everything from hand-dipped, chocolate smothered Oreos and marshmallow pops to his premier candy confection—a tasty Butter Almond Crunch. Give him a call to order (a shopping cart is coming soon).
   

 
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