Lewis Builders is excited to announce that Rich Morf has accepted a promotion to Design/Build Manager

Rich has a tremendous amount of expertise with custom remodeling and residential construction and has an eye for quality design and quality craftsmanship.

Carmel, CA, April 28, 2019 – ‘Rich has a tremendous amount of expertise with custom remodeling and residential construction and has an eye for quality design and quality craftsmanship.” – John Lewis, Lewis Builders CEO.

A native of Modesto, California, Rich spent time as a project manager in the Bay Area for several years, but he must have known he would eventually end up here when he purchased a home in Carmel in 2010.

Rich, a licensed real estate salesperson and certified real estate appraiser, worked as a senior project manager with Jones Lang LaSalle in San Francisco in 2016-2017, and prior to that for eight years as Project Asset Manager, Real Estate Owned Division of Wells Fargo Bank in Oakland.

He also spent four years as Regional Appraisal Manager for World Savings Bank in Modesto, as well as stints as an executive recruiter and Regional Chief Appraiser in the Bay Area.

“Rich’s ‘Get-It-Done’ attitude combined with a knack for bringing to life the vision of our clients and designers make him an exceptional asset to Lewis Builders.” -Scott Julian, Lewis Builders COO


Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455


InPreflight Pro for InDesign Reduces Security Hassles on macOS Mojave

Zevrix Solutions announces InPreflight Pro 2.11.33, a maintenance update to its document preparation solution for Adobe InDesign. Described as “delightfully simple to use” by Macworld magazine, InPreflight is an all-in-one solution to check InDesign documents for errors, automatically collect multiple files for output and ship them to the final destination. The new version reduces the hassles associated with Apple Event sandboxing, a new security measure introduced in macOS Mojave.

Toronto (ON), Canada — Zevrix Solutions today announces the release of InPreflight Pro 2.11.33, a maintenance update to its document preparation solution for Adobe InDesign. InPreflight is a powerful all-in-one solution to check InDesign documents for errors, collect them for output, and ship to final destination. InPreflight helps graphics and print professionals prevent costly mistakes by uncovering hidden problems, save disk space through smart batch-packaging, and reduce production time and costs.

The new version eliminates the hassles associated with Apple Event sandboxing, a new security measure introduced in macOS Mojave. Under the new policy, applications can no longer interact with each other without prior user authorization. This change directly affects such tools as InPreflight, which require access to InDesign and other system resources to perform complex workflow automation tasks. The new update streamlines the authorization process by clearing all permissions during launch time, which eliminates workflow interruptions during file processing. InPreflight will also reset Apple Event permissions automatically if the authorization was previously revoked by accident.

“InPreflight is simple, it provides excellent display of document’s elements with full control over preflighting and file collection,” says Michael Anikst of Anikst Design in London, UK. “I am designing very big books on art, and InPreflight lets me keep all my documents in perfect order.”

InPreflight Pro provides a robust, affordable, and easy-to-use solution for printers, service providers, and publishing houses. It offers the following key features:

Package multiple InDesign documents automatically.
-Collect all shared links into one folder, saving gigabytes of disk space and hours of production time.

Quality control:
Quickly check InDesign fonts, colors and links for common errors.
-Create preflight presets for different projects.
-Uncover hidden issues such as image compression, embedded fonts and illegal link locations.

Graphic preflight reports:
-Print graphic reports and save them as PDF.
-Detailed paragraph styles report for typography professionals.

Pricing and Availability:
InPreflight Pro can be purchased from Zevrix website for US$99.95 (Studio version: $39.95), as well as from authorized resellers and Adobe Exchange. Trial version is available for download. Update is free for licensed users of version 2, and $50 from earlier versions. InPreflight requires macOS 10.7-10.14 and Adobe InDesign CS3-CC 2019.

About Zevrix Solutions
Located in Toronto, Canada, Zevrix Solutions provides productivity solutions for Adobe Creative Suite software, PDF and graphic file diagnostics and Microsoft Office on Mac OS. Zevrix Solutions is dedicated to helping professionals achieve more while doing less through automating their everyday tasks, producing error-free documents, saving disk space and cutting production costs. For more information, visit http://www.zevrix.com.

Leo Revzin
Zevrix Solutions
105 McCAUL St, Suite 301
Toronto Ontario M5T 2X4 Canada

Monterey Symphony’s 2018-2019 Season, ‘Sound Waves,’ Concludes in May with Sixth Concert, Special Event Luncheon and Gala By The Bay Benefit

Monterey Symphony’s 2018-19 Season, “Sound Waves,” concludes in 2019 with concerts on May 18-19

Monterey, CA, April 24, 2019 — Monterey Symphony’s 2018-19 Season, “Sound Waves,” concludes in 2019 with concerts on May 18-19, the annual Gala By The Bay benefit on May 3, and the final special event luncheon on May 16.

The sixth and final concert of the season, “Sound Waves,” will be held the weekend of May 18-19, at the Sunset Center in Carmel.

Gala By The Bay will be held from 6-10 p.m. Friday, May 3, 2019, at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, and the May Luncheon will be held at 11:30 a.m. May 16, 2019, MPCC Beach House, 3000 Club Road, in Pebble Beach.

The final concert of the season will conclude in grand fashion with music by Wagner, Chopin, and Beethoven. Richard Wagner composed many brilliant overtures throughout his many German operas, including the overture from “The Flying Dutchman,” featured as the opening work in the season finale. Chopin’s stunning Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 21, follows, with magnificent Cuban pianist Marcos Madrigal performing the popular work, composed before Chopin completed his formal education at age 20.

The season ends with one of the greatest compositions for the concert hall of all time: Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5, Op. 67. A favorite among experienced and new audiences, musicians and conductors, the fifth endeavor in the symphony genre struck a chord for Beethoven, as he discovered his true forte — it is the “Stairway to Heaven” of classical music.

The final concert of the 2018-19 season will be held at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 18, and 3 p.m. Sunday, May 19 at the Sunset Center in Carmel and conducted by Symphony Music Director Max Bragado-Darman.

The lineup of special events concludes with the Gala By The Bay on May 3, at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, and a final luncheon on May 16.

Gala By The Bay

May 3, 2019, 6:00-10 p.m.

Monterey Bay Aquarium, Cannery Row, Monterey

Join the Monterey Symphony in a celebration of the stunning natural and artistic beauty of the Monterey Bay. Enjoy a gourmet seated dinner, delicious wines and private access to the renowned Monterey Bay Aquarium and its Open Ocean exhibit. Live auction and musical moments with your own Symphony performers await you, with ocean-themed surprises and more. All proceeds benefit the Monterey Symphony and our Music for the Schools initiative.

May Luncheon

May 16, 2019, 11:30 a.m.

MPCC Beach House, 3000 Club Road, Pebble Beach

Join the Friends of the Monterey Symphony for a preview luncheon. Support classical music, enjoy great food and company, and engage with guest artists from the upcoming concert. Cost: $50 per person.

11:30 a.m. – No Host Cocktails

12:15 p.m. – Luncheon

1:15 p.m. – Guest Speaker Presentation

For more information on special events, go to https://www.montereysymphony.org/special-events.htm.

To purchase concert tickets, go to www.montereysymphony.org

About the Monterey Symphony

The mission of the Monterey Symphony is to engage, educate and excite our community through the performance and continual discovery of symphonic music.

The Monterey Symphony, under the artistic leadership of Music Director & Conductor Max Bragado-Darman, is the only fully professional, full-season orchestra serving the communities of the Monterey Bay, Salinas, Salinas Valley, Big Sur, and San Benito County. It provides double performances of a six-concert subscription series at Carmel’s Sunset Theater, as well as youth education programs that include in-class visits and culminate in full-orchestra concerts for school children.

The Monterey Symphony is a nonprofit, public benefit corporation, supported through various generous individuals and through grants and corporate gifts from The Arts Council of Monterey County, The Berkshire Foundation, The Barnet Segal Charitable Trust, California Arts Council, The Community Foundation for Monterey County, The Harden Foundation, Monterey Peninsula Foundation, Music Performance Trust Fund, Nancy Buck Ransom Foundation, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, The Pebble Beach Company Foundation, S.T.A.R. Foundation, The Robert and Virginia Stanton Endowment, Taylor Farms, Union Bank, The Yellow Brick Road Foundation and many others.

For additional information, please call 831-646-8511 or visit the website: www.montereysymphony.org.


Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455


Deadline Approaching for 2019 Monterey County Fair Coloring Contest

Three Grand-Prize Winners Will Receive a $25 Fair Gift Card Valid for Fair Tickets

Monterey, CA, April 23, 2019 — Win tickets to the 2019 Monterey County Fair by entering the Fair’s Coloring Contest. But don’t wait too long, the deadline for entry is Thursday, Aug. 1, 2019.

Grand-Prize winners in each age group will receive a $25 Fair Gift Card valid for fair admission tickets. Redeem card at the fair office. Ten runners-up winners in each category will be given participation ribbons.

The three age categories are:

1. Up to 6 years old

2. 7 to 9 years old

3. 10 to 12 years old

Send your entry along with a self-addressed envelope — just in case you are one of the lucky grand prize winners or one of the 30 runner-up winners!

Deadline for entries is Thursday, Aug. 1, 2019. Runner-up winners will be sent ribbons in the mail. Grand-prize winners will be contacted by phone. Entries cannot be returned.

All entries will be displayed in the Junior Art building during the Fair, Aug. 29-Sept. 2, 2019. No purchase necessary. Employees and the immediate families of Monterey County Fair are not eligible to enter. Prize is non-transferable and not redeemable for cash, goods or services.

Entry to this contest constitutes the winner’s agreement for use of their name for publicity by any of the co-promotional partners. Winner is responsible for any applicable taxes.

Mail your drawing with your name, age, phone number and address to: Monterey County Fair ”High Tides and Carnival Rides” Coloring Contest, 2004 Fairground Road, Monterey, CA 93940.

Entry form and blank drawing to color can be found at:


The Fair will be held Aug. 29-Sept. 2, 2019, at the Monterey County Fair & Event Center, 2004 Fairground Road in Monterey. The Fair’s theme this year is “High Tides and Carnival Rides.”

About the Monterey County Fair & Event Center

The Monterey County Fair & Event Center is a premier event center set on 22 oak-studded acres with ample parking. It is a state-owned multi-use facility that features four large banquet rooms, two outdoor concert venues, and a variety of outdoor and indoor cost-effective sites ideal for all types of events. It is home of the annual award-winning Monterey County Fair, host to many major and private events on the Central Coast, and the site of the Monterey Bay Race Place, a Satellite Wagering Facility.

For more information, contact the Fair Administration Office, at 2004 Fairground Road in Monterey, by calling (831) 372-5863 or go to www.montereycountyfair.com for more information.


Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455


Central Coast YMCA Will Celebrate Healthy Kids Day on April 27 at Four of its Five Branches on the Central Coast

All branches of the Central Coast YMCA will celebrate Healthy Kids’ Day, the Y’s national initiative to improve the health and well-being of kids and families, on Saturday, April 27, 2019.

Salinas, CA, April 21, 2019 — All branches of the Central Coast YMCA will celebrate Healthy Kids’ Day, the Y’s national initiative to improve the health and well-being of kids and families, on Saturday, April 27, 2019.

For over 25 years, YMCA’s Healthy Kids Day has celebrated kids’ health and continues to teach healthy habits for kids and families, encourage active play and inspire a lifetime love of physical activity.

YMCA’s Healthy Kids Day will include fun active play and educational activities to keep kids moving and learning, in order to maintain healthy habits and academic skills to achieve goals and reach their full potential.

Events on April 27, will be held from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in Watsonville, San Benito and South County; from 10 a.m. to noon in Salinas; and 2-4 p.m. at the Salinas Aquatic Center. Monterey’s was combined with Pacific Grove’s Good Old Days celebration on April 6th.

In addition, Central Coast YMCA will waive the joining fee (a $50 value) for anyone becoming a member on April 27.

Vendors participating so far in each of the events include:

Salinas YMCA

Ariel Theater, Kinship Center, Pediatric Dentist, KDON Echo Housing, Castroville Chiropractic Clinic, Fireman (?), Foster Care & Adoption, Hampton Inn & Suites

Police & K9 Units, Monterey County Rape Crisis Center, Sun Street Centers, CASA of Monterey County, as well as a bounce house and photo booth.

YMCA of San Benito County

Greenheart International, Gavilan College, California Highway Patrol, Monterey Bay Air Resources District, San Benito County Sheriff, Safe Kids Coalition of San Benito County, New York Life, SNAP-ED, San Benito County HHSA-RFA, San Benito County Free Library, with 22 more scheduled to participate.

South County YMCA

Monterey County Health Department- Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, CASA of Monterey, YWCA of Monterey County, Central California Alliance for Health, Sun Street Centers, Community Health Partnership, Department of Social Services- MC Choice Outreach, Essential Oil Wellness, Monterey County Food Bank and Monterey County Free library- Soledad.

Watsonville YMCA

Healthy Kids’ Day conflicts with the City of Watsonville’s Earth Day event, so there will be no vendors, but will highlight the Y at the branch with fun, games and activities. Family Zumba, Kids Fit, etc.

A child’s development is never on vacation, so Healthy Kids Day encourages youth and families to “Awaken Summer Imagination,” serving as summer kick-off event that helps kids stay healthy and achieving all summer long.

About the Central Coast YMCA

Formed in 1989, the Central Coast YMCA began with the merger of two independent YMCAs; the Salinas Community YMCA (founded in 1921) and the Watsonville Family YMCA (founded in 1898). Originally a USO built in 1941, with the purpose of supporting American troops during World War II, the YMCA of the Monterey Peninsula joined the association in 1990. In 1998 the South County YMCA became the fourth branch in the association, extending its service area to the residents of south Monterey County. The YMCA of San Benito County became the fifth and most recent addition to the association in 1999.

CCYMCA is an independent, private, nonprofit corporation, a part of the YMCA of the USA, but responsible for its own policies, programs, and budgets. It employs 27 full-time employees, about 225 part-time employees, and 120 volunteers who impact approximately 40,000 people in Santa Cruz, San Benito, and Monterey counties.

For more information on Central Coast YMCA, call (831) 757-4633 or go to centralcoastymca.org. CCYMCA is located at 500 Lincoln Ave. in Salinas.


Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455


FED Publishing Releases New Book, “Ensuring Justice, Fairness, and Inclusion in America: Managing Equity in the 21st Century” (Part 1 to 4) by Charles A. Washington

Ensuring Justice, Fairness, and Inclusion in America: Managing Equity in the 21st Century, (Part 1 to 4) by Charles A. Washington, sets a bold direction to managing equity in today’s society.

Cleveland, OH, USA — Charles A. Washington’s Ensuring Justice, Fairness, and Inclusion in America: Managing Equity in the 21st Century, (Part 1 to 4) is not a partisan polemic or an academic tome. It is meant to be a “how- to” book. It is meant to be a democratic (small “d”) manifesto. It is meant to be a user’s manual for the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. This book is meant to serve many purposes with regards to America.

The world is currently plagued by polarization, hyper-partisanship, authoritarianism, Majoritarian Democracy, Identity Politics, zero-sum politics and economics, inequality, racism, sexism, populism, Nativism, and dystopian societies. There is a desperate cry for solutions to these problems. This book is dedicated to solving these problems. This book identifies the extent of the problems as they are manifested in America. Then, this book takes the novel approach of operationalizing Justice as Fairness as the foundation of it uses the myriad works of John Rawls to devise solutions to these problems. Specifically, it uses Rawls’ “Justice as Fairness” as the foundation of a revolutionary set of solutions to these global problems.) This book is at once observational, diagnostic, prophylactic, and prognostic in its focus.

This book takes an observational, diagnostic, and prophylactic approach to solve the problems above. According to Rawls, “Justice as Fairness” is an exercise in “ideal (metaphysical) theory.” This book goes beyond the metaphysical, by rendering Justice as Fairness into the realm of “nonideal (real world) theory.” It does this by first deciphering and explaining Justice as Fairness’ challenging concepts using ideas borrowed from many disciplines. The book then moves on to develop a Justice as Fairness Logic Model which identifies the structures, mechanics, and dynamics of Justice as Fairness. Then, this book operationalizes Justice as Fairness through the creation of a revolutionary management system, “Equity Management,” and a companion license-fee-free web-based software system, “Plato.” Equity Management-Plato was developed using Justice as Fairness, Systems Theory, program evaluation techniques, the judicial principle “strict scrutiny,” and Environmental Scanning and Forecasting. Finally, this book outlines how Equity Management-Plato can be used to manage six public sector environments ultimately creating a level playing field and just, fair, and inclusive circumstances for all Americans.

Genre – John Rawls, Justice As Fairness, Social Contract, Equity Management-Plato, Representative Consensus Democracy; Justice, Fairness, Inclusion, Positive-Sum Politics And Economics, Reconciliation, E Pluribus Unum, New Coalition Of Conscious, Global Democracy Project, Saving Liberal Democracy, Better World, Realistic Utopias, Polarization, Hyper-Partisanship, Authoritarianism, Majoritarian Democracy, Identity Politics, Zero-Sum Politics And Economics, Inequality, Racism, Sexism, Populism, Nativism, Dystopian Societies

Ensuring Justice, Fairness, and Inclusion in America: Managing Equity in the 21st Century ISBN 9781506906850, published by First Edition Design Publishing (http://www.firsteditiondesignpublishing.com), is available on-line wherever ebooks are sold. The 198 page print book version, ISBN 9781506906843, is published by First Edition Design Publishing and distributed worldwide to online booksellers.

Media Contact:
Charles A. Washington

Washington & Associates, Inc. (W&A) Launched a Strategic Plan Designed to Help Save Liberal Democracy, Unify Peoples, and Resist Authoritarianism Worldwide

W&A is a “startup” whose mission is to help save the liberal world order by reimagining and reinventing democracy.

Solon, OH, USA — W&A, a former holding company that is transforming into a “virtual startup’ geared to implementing a strategic plan and creating an international movement oriented to saving liberal democracy, unifying peoples, and resisting authoritarianism worldwide, had its official launch of the strategic plan.

Worldwide, tottering democracies coupled with “unfettered capitalism” are in crisis largely because their rhetoric does not match their reality. Rather than being the guarantors of opportunity, freedoms, equality, justice, fairness, and inclusion they have proven to be architects of oligarchy, kleptocracy, corruption, racial, gender, religious, class, and representational inequality, hyper-partisanship, polarization, identity politics, and zero-sum politics and economics. Authoritarians are taking advantage of these vulnerabilities by engaging in campaigns designed to subvert democratic processes, “weaponize” democracy’s (and capitalism’s) vulnerabilities and thereby destroy the liberal world order.

W&A has responded to these challenges by developing a universally applicable strategic plan designed to save liberal democracy, unify peoples, and resist authoritarianism and nationalism worldwide. The plan is contained in a recently published book entitled, Ensuring Justice, Fairness, and Inclusion in America: Managing Equity in the 21st Century, written by its President, Dr. Charles A. Washington, and in a series of five (5) white papers and promotional gear. The book and the strategic plan mark the first ever attempt to fully operationalize John B. Rawls’ seminal concept, “Justice as Fairness.” The strategic plan details a revolutionary (Rawlsian) management system called “Equity Management,” and a web-based software system called the “Plato Management Information System,” as solutions to this crisis.

Democracy’s problems are multi-faceted, and the solution must be as well. Saving democracy requires that it be reimagined and reinvented. Further, democracy must be saved in America first if it is to be saved at all. In response to this crisis, newspaper correspondents, think tanks, individual scholars, major universities (Harvard University, the University of Texas at Austin, and the University of Pennsylvania), etc. have begun examining the crisis of liberal democracy and capitalism seeking ways to save them. These early efforts have no viable solutions to offer to date. W&A’s “Rawlsian solutions” call for establishing new social contracts in tottering democracies with emphasis on the promotion of representative consensus democracy, justice, fairness, and inclusion. The solutions that W&A is offering are the first and only real-world, comprehensive, practical solutions designed to save liberal democracy, unify peoples and resist authoritarianism worldwide (and by extension save capitalism) that can actually work.

Pursuant to its mission (“creating one vision and empowering one future”), W&A is soliciting all like-minded countries, governments, corporations, organizations, and individuals who are concerned about the current state of democracy and capitalism in America and around the world and who want to do something about it, to heed this clarion call. Explore our website. Download and read the white papers. Buy and read the book. Buy the gear from our flagship store on our website or from our standalone satellite store and display it proudly. Sign up (organizations and individuals) and join the movement. Help us make the changes we all want. W&A will commit a substantial portion of the profits from the sale of the book and the gear to jump-start the implementation of the strategic plan.

About Washington & Associates, Inc.
Washington & Associates, Inc. is an S Corporation domiciled in Ohio. Its mission is to “create one vision” (“E Pluribus Unum”) and to “empower one future” (stable and legitimate liberal democracies worldwide).

Media Contact:
Dr. Charles A. Washington
(216) 798-0607

San Juan Bautista Design Firm Celebrates 15th Anniversary, Naming of New Partner

Founder and Creative Director Kathy Schipper and her San Juan Bautista-based graphic, web design and marketing agency, Schipper Design, have two big reasons to celebrate in 2019.

San Juan Bautista, CA, April 17, 2019 — Founder and Creative Director Kathy Schipper and her San Juan Bautista-based graphic, web design and marketing agency, Schipper Design, have two big reasons to celebrate in 2019.

Schipper Design celebrates its 15th anniversary and its Executive Vice President has been named a partner in the agency. Beth Welch, who has been with Schipper Design for almost six years, is now the Managing Director.

When Kathy founded Schipper Design 15 years ago in San Benito County, a hop-skip from California’s Silicon Valley, she immediately applied her signature style to her work. Not content to simply design, Kathy quickly set to work attracting and hiring fresh and innovative designers, digital creatives and marketing experts to the firm, building a well-rounded team equipped for collaboration.

“We are bringing Beth on as a partner so we can continue to deliver high-quality design and branding and continue our path for growth in marketing and design,” said Schipper, who now leads 15 full-time employees in a 4,000 sq. ft. studio in the heart of historic San Juan Bautista. “Beth has been instrumental in the company growth over the past five years. She brought a high level of agency experience and organizational leadership to Schipper Design.”

“Although our growth has primarily been referrals,” she said. “We always welcome new clients, and we are strengthened by new projects with our current clients. We have a commitment to be on the cutting edge of design and technical trends so our clients can benefit from our expertise. This makes our investment in continuous training and education for the staff vitally important.”

Adding Welch as a partner gives Schipper more flexibility to concentrate on the ever present demand for creative design and innovative marketing at Schipper Design.

Schipper started her career as a publishing rep for a book company and also worked in journalism, publication design, and leadership before moving to the Central Coast and starting her own design firm.

Welch had 15 years of marketing agency experience before joining Schipper in 2013. A native of Santa Maria, California, Welch graduated from San Jose State University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in marketing.

“It’s very exciting, it’s something Kathy and I have been working on for the last couple of years,” said Welch about her new position. “We took the time to consider how it would impact the staff and our clients. We wanted it to be a smooth transition and have a positive outcome.”

Welch said her focus will be on business operations, human resources, business development, and managing client services. Her goal is to keep the firm progressing without losing sight of its vision.

“The goal is to continue to grow and manage the business; keeping it strong and instilling a culture and dedication much in alignment with our values and the high expectations we have for the creative work we design,” she said. “Our goal is to continue to provide our clients with clear marketing strategies and smart design. Working with our clients is exciting and important to me.”

Welch lives in San Juan Bautista with her husband and their three children.

Schipper Design has executed brand and identity work for countless MedTech innovators, launching new brands for multi-national cutting-edge tech such as Cordella by Endotronix and EBR System’s Wise CRT. Yet the firm has also stayed close to its roots: crafting an inspirational, community-centered brand launch for Natividad, Monterey County’s leading health center; garnering national “Best in Show” recognition—a rare call out from the distinguished Service Industry Awards—for their work with the San Francisco 49ers Museum; and delivering identity, messaging, and digital presence for vital service leaders such as Stevenson School, Hayashi Wayland financial consultancy, and multiple local city and county organizations.

Schipper Design




Mailing address:

P.O. Box 1090

San Juan Bautista, CA 95045

Office Location:

53 Muckelemi Street, Suite G

San Juan Bautista, CA 95045


Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455


Quality Expert Daryl Guberman Asks Viewers if They can Handle the Truth About ANSI-ANAB in Explosive YouTube Video

Daryl Guberman & Guberman-PMC are on a mission to wake companies up to the suspicious and dangerous links and ties Quality associations ANSI-ANAB have been proven to hold. In a new YouTube video, he delivers uncensored documentations, seeing if viewers can “Handle the Truth”.

New York, NY (USA), April 16, 2019 — It should be very obvious when an association is responsible for handing out Quality Certifications in very important areas (cyber-security is a good example) that an American company should feel confident that the association looking at their potentially sensitive systems and data can be trusted. For quite sometime now Quality Certification authority and Founder of Guberman PMC, a well-respected ISO quality consultation, compliance and certification company, Daryl Guberman have been investigating and revealing the dangerous truth about some of the largest Quality groups in the world like ANSI-ANAB. What’s been found is that they are led by a Chinese national, who as part of his agreement to be able to work outside his country must report back to the Chinese government about any of his activities or findings, and, to make thing even more complicated and concerning, these associations also have as members anti-American affiliates from places like Iran, Pakistan, North Korea, and Russia to name just a few. Guberman continues his quest to open eyes in this area with his latest YouTube video, “Truth On Self-Oversight By ANSI-ANAB & China-led IAF But Can You Handle The Truth?”. In the video Guberman shows how not only are these associations very suspicious but they actually practice “self-oversight” without any outside, trustworthy, body monitoring their behavior. Surely, something risky and dangerous.

“ANSI-ANAB so-called ‘self-oversight’ is like having a fox watching a hen house,” commented Guberman. “We need to make as many aware of this as possible and get companies to turn to pro-American, Israel-friendly resources for their quality certification needs. It’s a win-win for all involved – apart from America’s enemies.”

Not one to just share unsubstantiated opinions, Daryl Guberman and his team meticulously document all of the elements that they expose about ANSI-ANAB, along with related groups like the IAF, so any companies wondering about the truth can see it all with their own eyes and no filter and come to their own conclusion. A conclusion that would bring any rational pro-American, who is also not an anti-Semite in agreement with Guberman and Guberman-PMC. The truth is, after all, the truth.

For more information be sure to visit https://youtu.be/ZaNhbPNmngw & http://dguberman.com.

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Support and celebrate Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History at its annual gala on Oct. 5

With roots dating back to 1883, the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History inspires discovery, wonder and stewardship of our natural world.

Pacific Grove, CA, April 15, 2019 – With roots dating back to 1883, the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History inspires discovery, wonder and stewardship of our natural world. This science-based learning resource inspires others to explore and conserve the natural and cultural wonders of the Central California Coast.

But it can’t accomplish all that without help from the community it serves.

Support and celebrate the Pacific Grove Natural History Museum and discover the “Wonder of the Museum,” at its annual fundraising event on Oct. 5.

This lively celebration will feature different aspects of local history over the past 136 years, six local wineries pouring wines, six local chefs providing food tastings, live music, a silent auction and an opportunity drawing.

“This event is our main fundraiser of the year, and as a nonprofit, we depend on our wonderful community support to help us accomplish our work,” said Executive Director Jeanette Kihs.

The museum encourages community members to join the growing list of confirmed participating sponsors and support the gala through a sponsorship. Those range from a $10,000 presenting sponsor to a $1,000 patron. Those interested should email Kihs at kihs@pgmuseum.org. Individual event tickets may be purchased for $100 each.


McIntyre Vineyards • Flywheel Wines • Morgan Winery • Blair Wines • Carmel Craft Brewing Company • Beach House at Pacific Grove • la Balena and il Grillo • Chef Dan Elinan at Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and

Spa • Chef Chris Vacca at Hyatt Carmel Highlands • Unlimited Events • Richard Green Professional Portraits • Shutterbooth Fun Photo Booth • DJ Hanif Wondir

Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History

165 Forest Ave., Pacific Grove, CA, 93950

Phone: 831.648.5716

Website: www.pgmuseum.org.


Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455