Friday, June 15, 2012
LaTeDa hits the road BY TRINA KLEIST Staff Writer
ebbie DeJesus hits the road this week with her new LaTeDa Mobile truck, staging public parties locally on Saturday and Wednesday. DeJesus closed her Mill Street store in April but vowed to return for private parties and showings from her fashion truck â€” the latest business model in a tough economy where survivors like DeJesus are finding new ways to reach out to customers. (Fashion trucks were featured on the Today Show on June 4, DeJesus noted.) Her truck, about the size of a UPS delivery truck, is a custom creation that evokes both Gold Rush history and a womanâ€™s closet, with tin ceiling tiles and pink and white striped wallpaper.
LaTeDa Mobile owner Debbie DeJesus shows off her new mobile fashion boutique, which will appear at six events in the next week. â€œI am the first mobile fashion truck in Nevada County and on the (San Francisco) Peninsula,â€? said DeJesus, who lives part time in Sunnyvale. LaTeDa fans can find it,
along with DeJesusâ€™ newest inventory, at two coming events: â€˘ Sierra Knolls Winery celebrates the one-year anniversary of opening its Bear River Tasting Room on Saturday. LaTeDa
Mobile will be there from 2 to 5 p.m. at 10024 Linnet Lane, off Highway 49 in southern Nevada County. â€˘ From noon to 2 p.m. Wednesday, LaTeDa Mobile will be at Champagne Jane Salon and Spa, 477 S. Auburn St., downtown Grass Valley. Champagne Jane will be offering specials, DeJesus said. In addition to her public events, DeJesus has four more private events booked over the next week, she said. Book LaTeDa home parties at email@example.com or (530) 913-7295. Follow LaTeDa Mobile at www.Twitter.com/latedemobile and www.Facebook. com/latedaboutique. To contact Senior Staff Writer Trina Kleist, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (530) 477-4230.
Broadband meeting to discuss health care patients and other health care professionals around the world. Also scheduled to speak are representatives from AT&T and three other Internet service providers about their plans for expanding their networks. The meeting is sponsored by the Sierra Economic Development Corp., supported in part by funding from Nevada County. For information, visit www.SEDCorp.biz or call (530) 823-4703.
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The Gold Country Broadband Consortium will meet from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on June 21 at the Placer County Planning Commission hearing room, 3091 County Center Dr., Auburn. Representatives from the California Telehealth Network will discuss ways to create better connections among Californiaâ€™s health care providers, their
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NEW YORK â€” A report that major central banks would be ready to pump money into the financial system after the Greek elections this weekend gave the stock market a late push higher. The Reuters report said major central banks were preparing for coordinated action if the results of Greek elections on Sunday strain global financial markets. The Dow Jones industrial average jumped 155.53 points to close at 12,651.91 Thursday. Thatâ€™s a gain of 1.2 percent. The Dow jumped 100 points after the report came out then pulled back. Investors are on edge ahead of Greeceâ€™s election this weekend because parties opposed to the terms of the countryâ€™s financial
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