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ADS Corporation

Comprehensive Design & Development from Start to Finish

architect general contractor cambriaCambria is home to ADS Corporation, owned by Richard Low. He is an architect and general contractor in Cambria serving the central coast. ADS Corporation-Associated Development Services has been serving the residents of California for over 37 years.

"If you are dreaming about a building project, but don’t know where to start, call on ADS," Dow says. They can provide all the services necessary to make your dream a reality.  From start to finish, They can help you with site selection, design, planning, construction and acquiring financing.

 
All these services are offered from one local company in Cambria.  Their diversity allows them to keep all your needs in focus, all of the time.  Working with the ADS team means more efficiency, better coordination, and less cost for client.  ADS Corporation can take your project from start to finish or just concentrate on one aspect of making your dream come true.  

Richard D. Low, Jr. is the President of Associated Development Services Corporation, a comprehensive design and construction company, located in Cambria, California. Mr. Low has lived and practiced in Cambria since 1977.  Mr. Low is the license qualifier and R.M.O. for the Associated Development Services Corporation General Contractors License number 705716.  Mr. Low is also a registered Architect in the states of California (C-24907) and Arizona (29909).
 

 
Local SEO presentations in Cambria and Morro Bay

 

Local SEO presentations in Cambria and Morro Bay

local-search-engine-optimization-flyer_0Internet marketing expert Scott Brennan, owner of Access Publishing in Paso Robles, CA, is giving a presentations on Local SEO in Cambria and Morro Bay. Business owners and managers are invited to come learn more about how to improve their online presence.
In todays world, customers are using their smart phones and computers like the yellow pages to find local businesses, says Brennan owner of Access Publishing. The most widely used search tools are Google, Yahoo, Bing, and Yelp.
A recent study shows that four out of 10 consumers are using online local search every single day. Fifty-seven percent of local buyers are using Internet searches as their primary way to find local goods and services, according a recent survey of 3,000 U.S. households by ComScore.
Scott Brennan is a local expert in search engine optimization (SEO). He was trained in Advanced Internet Marketing at the University of San Francisco and brings 15 years of hands-on experience in small business marketing and advertising.
Last year Brennan gave a dozen educational seminars to hundreds of local business leaders at engagements from Rotary Clubs to Chambers of Commerce. His company, Access Publishing, provides web design and local SEO services to over 80 businesses in San Luis Obispo County. He recently launched a new Paso Robles news website called pasoroblesdailynews.com.
The upcoming presentations for Local SEO in San Luis Obispo County will help business people Learn the 5 keys to Online Marketing Success. The presentation is one hour and includes a complimentary lunch. Seating is limited.

To attend a presentation, call and RSVP with Beth Brennan at Access Publishing, (805) 226-9890.

 

 
Visit the Elephant Seals
Elephant-SealsThey lie like slugs on the beach, continuously flipping sand over their backs and now and then two or more rear up challenging each other with mock battle roars. This is how it is in elephant seal breeding season at Piedras Blancas Lighthouse on the Central Coast of California.
Elephant seals began hauling out on a secluded beach just south of the lighthouse in 1990. It was an extraordinary occurrence that delighted the public traveling Highway 1 north of San Simeon.
By the end of the 1880’s they were thought to be extinct. Whalers and sealers had hunted them for their blubber. A small colony, between 20 to 100 individuals managed to survive and took up residence on Guadalupe Island, off Baja, California.
All of the elephant seals on the West Coast of the continent are descended from this group.
Some elephant seals are always present at Piedras Blancas, but the most interesting time to visit is during breeding season from November through February. Beaches are jammed with chubby females giving birth, little black pups
suckling, and huge blubbery males doing battle.
Male seals begin to arrive in late November and stake out their positions on the beach. Dominant bulls, the ones that have the best chance to mate with the most females, threaten away lesser males and take up residence waiting for the females to arrive.
One of the most exciting things to witness is a battle between two of these large bulls. When approached by another male, the resident bull will rear up on his hindquarters, throw his head back, and roar out a threat. His large bulbous nose dips down into his gaping mouth. Then each bull rears up and with great force they slam their bodies at each other, slashing away with their large canine teeth. Fights can last a few minutes or go on for hours. Usually the battle ends with one bull being forced into the water or backing away submissively.
Pregnant females arrive on the beaches in December and, after four or five days, give birth to one pup that arrives thin, wrinkled and black. Most pups begin to suckle soon after birth. Elephant seal milk is the richest of all mammals with a high percentage of fat. The pups gain weight quickly on this, doubling and quadrupling their size in less than a month.
Nursing lasts for about 28 days. In the last three to five days the females are ready for breeding. Now the alpha bull takes advantage of his position to mate with the most females. Within a month after giving birth, females are impregnated. A little more than a month after arriving at the rookery, the female heads out to sea leaving her now plump, molting pup on shore.
Bull elephant seals fight over territory on the seashore north of Cambria.
How to find the elephant seals

The Piedras Blancas Elephant Seal Colony is located on scenic coast Highway 1 approximately 45 miles north of San Luis Obispo near the Piedras Blancas Lighthouse and south of Big Sur. The site is open all year round with docents present every day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during breeding season and on weekends and holidays at other times. Seals are viewed on the beaches from a boardwalk bluff above. Parking and entrance are free. www.elephantseal.org.

Source: San Luis Obispo County Visitors Guide

 
Local Business Directory

Local Business Directory

Business is thriving on California’s Central Coast and Access Publishing’s CEO Scott Brennan thinks it is about time local businesses have a dedicated news platform: the Central Coast Business News. “Just in San Luis Obispo County alone, local businesses contributed $1.3 billion in sales taxes in the fourth quarter of 2016,” said Brennan.

“This amount is certainly a noteworthy contribution towards supporting local community and county services,” said Brennan. “And this amount does not include the support local businesses donate to youth and community activities.”

Central Coast businesses and community organizations represent everything from accounting and agriculture to a zoo and contributed $14.3 billion to the gross regional product in 2016. Collectively, businesses located in San Luis Obispo County, South Monterey County and North Santa Barbara County serve a population close to 500,000 residents as well as thousands who visit the area every month. The new website, Central Coast Business Newsgives Central Coast businesses an important media outlet that is dedicated to announcements about business successes.

Local business support is what makes vibrant community activities such as local festivals, youth activities and art and entertainment possible. Business growth is supported through local resources like local chambers of commerce, economic development and professional organizations. The Central Coast Business News is the latest resource from Access Publishing to keep business in touch with the community and with other Central Coast businesses. The new website gives local businesses the opportunity to share business successes, announce new services and products, share awards and recognitions, announce promotions and retirements, announce support for community organizations.

For more information about having your business news published in the Central Coast Business News, contact Access Publishing at (805) 226-9890.

About Access Publishing

Access Publishing is a Central Coast leader in online marketing, web design, graphic design and local search optimization (SEO). The company works with clients in a multitude of services, such as SEO, online ads, and website design. In addition to online resources, Access Publishing offers advertising in their print and online outlets, local news through the “Paso Robles Daily News” and “A-Town Daily News,” the “San Luis Obispo County Visitor’s Guide” and local community guides.

Contact Access Publishing for marketing and web design needs and for more information about adding your business news to the Central Coast Business News or any of Access Publishing’s other business and services directories.

Central Coast Business News 
809 9th Street, #2D 
Paso Robles, CA 93446 
(805) 226-9890

This press release is by Paso Robles SEO company Access Publishing, 806 9th Street, #2D, Paso Robles, CA 93446. (805) 226-9890.

 
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