Quality Expert Daryl Guberman Celebrates “American First” With US-Led ABAC Gaining On Chinese ran Accreditation Organizations

There’s a largely unseen and unknown clash between US-led accreditation organizations like ABAC and Chinese-led groups like the China-led- IAF & ANAB. Daryl Guberman-CEO, of Guberman-PMC has been doing his best to educate on this issue in a series of YouTube videos and they seem to be gaining real traction.

New York, NY, USA, October 1, 2018 — News of the US-China trade war and accelerated foreign policy aggressive measures on both sides have pro-American companies very suspicious of those who choose to work very closely with Chinese-led organizations, businesses, and accreditation groups. Leading the way in educating in this area is the 30-year long experienced quality expert, CEO and founder of Guberman-PMC, and potential independent political candidate Daryl Guberman. Guberman recently celebrated in a new YouTube video titled, “American First: China-Led IAF & ANAB Losing Ground To US-Led ABAC”, where he pulls no punches discussing the issue.

“It’s great to know after all the hard work the team at Guberman-PMC and I have been doing to promote the idea of ‘America First’ when it comes to working with accreditation companies is starting to bear fruit in very big ways,” remarked Guberman. “I feel it my duty as a patriotic American, who also happens to be Jewish, to stand against these ties and alliances being made between American businesses and organizations that hate America, hate Israel, and actually, in some cases, sponsor terrorism.”

Guberman-PMC is affiliated with the pro-American, United States-based, and patriot-ran ABAC. Guberman-PMC are happy to offer a wide range of ISO certifications, including highlights like ISO 9001 – Quality Management Systems, IATF 16949 – Automobile Related Products, ISO 14001 – Environmental Management Systems, ISO 13485 – Medical Devices, AS 9100 Rev D – for the Aerospace Industry, GMP 2015 – Good Manufacturing Practices, VOB 9009 – Veteran-Owned Businesses, CWOB 9009 – Woman-Owned Businesses, MOWB 9009 – Minority Owned Small Businesses, ARM 9009 – Firearms and Armoring Systems, CAN 9009 – Medical Cannabis Testing, and KOSH 9009 – Kosher Foods & Processing, to name just a few.

For any ISO needs potential clients are encouraged to reach out to Daryl Guberman and the team to see how they can best meet a business’s needs in an efficient, ethical, and cost-effective way.

For more information be sure to visit http://www.darylguberman.com and http://dguberman.com.

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Monterey Cowboy Festival Celebrates its 20th Year on Nov. 3 at Monterey County Fair & Event Center

The Monterey Cowboy Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, so saddle up and mosey on down to the Monterey County Fair & Event Center on Nov. 3

Monterey, CA, October 01, 2018 — The Monterey Cowboy Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, so saddle up and mosey on down to the Monterey County Fair & Event Center on Nov. 3, and enjoy music from country artists such as Jon Pardi and Corb Lund, cowboy poetry, food and drink and a western art and gear marketplace.

The 20th Annual Monterey Cowboy Festival, previously the Monterey Cowboy Poetry & Music Festival, takes place from 11:00 a.m. – 10:30 p.m. Saturday, November 3, 2018, at the Monterey County Fair & Event Center at 2004 Fairground Road, in Monterey.

Tickets range in price from $19 for a Grounds Pass to $247 for a VIP experience, and are available online at www.montereycowboy.org. Food and craft vendors are also needed, and can apply at https://marcatoapp.com/forms/mcf2018/fooddrinkvendorapplication and https://marcatoapp.com/forms/mcf2018/artgearapp/new. Deadline for application is Oct. 15.

The festival celebrates Monterey’s contribution to our country’s western heritage, bringing people together to enjoy and learn more about the “cowboy way of life,” including its history, current values and culture.

The lineup includes “throwback” country artist Jon Pardi, Texas neotraditionalist country trio Midland, country singer Corb Lund, and cowboy poets Waddie Mitchell and Paul Zarzyski on the Main Arena Stage.

Playing on the Garden Stage on the grounds will be Ernie Sites, Cow Bop, Mike Beck, Juni Fisher, Andy Hedges, Tom Swearingen, The Carolyn Sills Combo, Joni Harms, Almeda Bradshaw, and The Hasslers.

The Marketplace, located on the Main Lawn next to the food and drink vendors, hosts some of the finest western art and gear vendors in the country, from customs saddles, fine leather boots and stunning paintings to handmade jewelry.

Since its inception, the festival’s foundation has been charity, giving more than $50,000 to local charities over the past 19 years as a registered nonprofit 501(c)(3).

The majority of those years were led by the festival’s founder and former Monterey police chief, Gary Brown, who lost his battle with lung disease in 2016. Brown founded the Monterey Cowboy Poetry & Music Festival in 1998 in an effort to preserve the culture of the American cowboy, while doing all he could to give back to the local community.

In an effort to continue Gary’s commitment to giving, the festival has announced the formation of the Gary Brown Scholarship Fund, which will focus on students in seventh to 12th grade in Monterey and Santa Cruz counties who are looking to enhance their music education in the areas of school tuition, music camp tuition, private music lessons, or musical equipment purchase/repair. To donate to the fund, go to https://www.montereycowboy.org/scholarship.

Ticket prices are as follows and are available online:

Off-site parking, $25

VIP Floor Seating, Arena, $247 + $25.85 fee

VIP Box Seating, Arena, $247 + $25.85 fee

Reserved Box Seating Arena, $123 + #13.37 fee

GA Corral Arena, $91 + $10.15

GA Rear Arena, $48 + $5.83

Grounds Pass, $19 + $2.91 fee

For more information or to buy tickets, go to www.montereycowboy.org


Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455


Breast Cancer Assistance Group’s ‘Pink Partners’ Promotion with Local Businesses Raises Funds for Breast Cancer Patients

One in eight local women will experience the physical and emotional ravages of breast cancer.

Monterey, CA, October 02, 2018 — One in eight local women will experience the physical and emotional ravages of breast cancer. Breast cancer has high financial costs and many breast cancer patients find themselves unable to work during treatments.

The Breast Cancer Assistance Group of Monterey County (BCAG), an all-volunteer organization of breast cancer survivors, provides need-based grants that help patients in active treatment with their basic living expenses.

In honor of October as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, BCAG is partnering with local businesses to raise funds and awareness to enable BCAG to help local breast cancer patients experiencing financial hardship due to their diagnosis and treatment.

One hundred percent of every dollar donated through BCAG’s “Pink Partners” promotion with local businesses will go to help breast cancer patients with food, housing, utilities, transportation, and other daily-living costs. During the past year BCAG awarded more than $116,000 to 77 local women.

BCAG is encouraging the public to show their support for helping the local community by patronizing the following businesses, participating in their special events and purchasing “Pink Partner” merchandise.

For the third year Pebble Beach Resorts will be showing its support for BCAG by donating $1 from every glass of rosé wine and “October Rose” cocktail at the following restaurants and bars:

• Stillwater Bar & Grill

• The Tap Room

• The Bench

• The Terrace Lounge

• Gallery

• Peppoli at Pebble Beach

• Roy’s at Pebble Beach

• Sticks

• Stave Wine Cellar

• Traps

• Spanish Bay Lobby

Quail Lodge & Golf Club will once again join the global effort to raise awareness on breast cancer through its Quail in Pink initiative. This year all fundraising proceeds will be donated to BCAG. Details on special events, including the Quail in Pink Afternoon Tea, the Quail in Pink Drive for the Cause guided motoring rally and Horsepower Happy Hour, Signature Pretty in Pink Vodka Cocktail, Quail in Pink embroidered apparel and accessories, and other specialty items for sale in the Golf Shop, Edgar’s Restaurant and Waypoint Bar & Deck can be found by visiting Quail in Pink

Carmel Valley Athletic Club will throw its annual Party in Pink, on October 20th from 10:00 – 2:00 p.m. This is a club-wide event open to members and non-members that donates all of the proceeds to BCAG. Members and guests who donate $20 or more will receive their own “Party in Pink” merchandise and will be able to utilize the club for the rest of the day. In addition, The Refuge outdoor relaxation spa will donate 10% from all gift certificates purchased throughout the month of October and $5 for every Deluxe Admission purchased on October 20th.

McIntyre Vineyards will once again hold its popular “Barre, Boobs & Bubbles” class on Friday, October 19th from 5:00pm – 7:00pm in the McIntyre Tasting Room at The Crossroads in Carmel. The class will be taught by Arianne Bautista, owner of CarmelBarre. All proceeds will be donated to BCAG. Call McIntyre Vineyards at 831-626-6268 to register for the event. In addition, McIntyre will donate 15% of sales revenue for purchases of 2017 Rosé of Pinot Noir wine throughout the month of October.

Throughout the month of October Sur at the Barnyard in Carmel will be donating 20% of every dollar spent for lunch or dinner and 10% for Happy Hour to BCAG. Diners must bring in a special BCAG coupon to qualify. Coupons are available on the BCAG website: Sur Pink Partner Dining Coupon

About BCAG

BCAG is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization of breast cancer survivors who raise funds and awareness to improve the lives of local breast cancer patients and their families. BCAG provides basic living expenses grants (for food, rent, gas, utilities, etc.) that relieve some of the financial worry associated with breast cancer and allows women (and men) to focus on fighting their disease so they can again spend quality time with family and return to the local workforce. BCAG serves residents of Monterey County who are being treated by physicians located anywhere and residents of Monterey, San Benito or Santa Cruz counties who are being treated by Monterey County physicians.

Breast Cancer Assistance Group of Monterey County

(FEIN 91-1972448)

P. O. Box 221582

Carmel, CA 93922

Phone: (831) 649-6365

Fax: (866) 219-8561

Email: contact@bcagmc.org



Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455