Saturday, March 3, 2012

'Welcome to White Rock, BC for tourists, seaside, eateries, beaches & Mt. Baker, Wa. for snow sports'

Welcome to White Rock BC 'where the sun always
shines [almost]!
'The White Rock 'seaside' is known for its beach, promenade,
totem poles, select ethnic eateries and European cuisine
catering to all tastes, its museum and the Pier.. all being
landmarks of this portion of the quaint resort and seaside

'The White Rock 'up-town' area has a few 'malls' , a Farmer's
Market on Sundaysand boutiques for shoppers..again more
eateries, services like credit savings unions, commercial banks,
and two high rises 'Miramar Plaza', specialty stores and services.'

'Location Destination: From USA: Enter highway I-5 going
north from Seattle. Washington, two hours, from Portland,
Oregon five hours; In BC Canada from Whistler in BC two
hours and from Vancouver, just less than an hour.'
Lost or want to know more?
Consult Google on Internet or for business with the municipality
contact City Hall 604 541 2100.

Always a pleasure to serve
Compliments of:
Johan Sandstrom, BComm.

Photo/C/ 2009 Johan Sandstrom
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Friday, March 2, 2012

"White Rock BC and a 'Graffiti Free' community by the ocean" Welcome 2012!

Graffiti by White Rock museum morning 2 March 2012
[Time to remove using 'Graffiti wipes' 5 min.]

....looks a lot
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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

"Your Website Need Your Video To Bring You More Customers"

Not Making videos for Your 
Website is like Buying a website without 'search engine optimization' and also 
like spending your entire budget on a commercial without buying any air time to 
show it to the public.

Airtime on Youtube is free..... 
and your video is available to visitors to play 24/7/365 and will last forever.

To have creative, experienced professionals 
produce your video should not cost your business more than $595.00 or less. Ask us : Why?

For a 'free scenario, conversation 
about your video and your quote' 
contact 604 538 5854 and ask for the White Rock Reporter.