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Jaren Vitale
Attended South High School, University of Utah
Lives in Bradenton, FL
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Ready for the #BahGP weekend? Feel the #redseason heartbeat also with the #Ferrari #488GTB http://bit.ly/1IiguYX
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A work of art. 
The Ferrari 488 GTB makes many promises, including its 0-to-60 in 3 seconds speed, but is Ferrari tampering with the divine with its turbo engine?
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It's going to be another great year.
 
Joe Panik homers and Casey McGehee collects two hits in #SFGSpring game. http://atmlb.com/19aqpUW
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Amazing. You can get National Geographic Hats for your adventure at : http://nationalgeographic.simplybesthats.com/national_geographic_hats_70_percent_savingsplus.html  . You will love the hats and appreciate this heads up.
 
One of the rarest animals in North America—the Sierra Nevada red fox—has been spotted in Yosemite National Park for the first time in nearly a century.
Camera traps recently captured one of the rarest animals in North America, the Sierra Nevada red fox, in Yosemite National Park.
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Photo of the Day: In this image by #YourShot member Malcom C., tawny frogmouths gaze intensely form their perch on a golden shower tree in Queensland, Australia. #photography
Tawny frogmouths stare from their perch on a golden shower tree in Queensland, Australia, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.
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Small Businesses Can Compete With Big Brands On SEO via +Brad Shorr 

Even though #Google favors big brands, the truth is that small businesses can compete with the bigger names for organic search engine traffic. This is possible even though big brands often spend tens of thousands on #SEO without batting an eye, and even though small businesses are spread thin on budgets and staff. Here’s how a small business can get its fair share of organic sales leads on Google:

Step 1: Take Inventory of Your SEO Assets
Step 2: Whip Your Website Into Shape
Step 3: Identify a Long Tail Keyword Strategy
Step 4: Build Your SEO Campaign Around Content Marketing

Read the whole article here: http://goo.gl/k89TCc
By +Brad Shorr via +Forbes

#contentmarketing   #contentstrategy     #longtailkeyword   #seotips   #smallbusinesstips   #smallbusiness   #smallbusinessmarketing   #organicsearch  
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As I Love Each Day May I Make A Difference And Touch One Heart 
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Today, the #SFGTrophy heads down the Peninsula.
City of Santa Clara City Hall | Council Chambers | 4-6pm

More info: http://atmlb.com/174mdVZ #SFGiants

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Opah. Moonfish. Beautiful.
 
More opahs, or moonfish, are unexpectedly appearing along the California coast—enabling researchers to study and photograph the camera-shy creatures.
A photographer caught the 130-pound monster on camera in November off the southern California coast.
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Bentley takes 4th place at Bathhurst

The Story of the Race
The #10 Continental GT3 of Guy Smith, Steven Kane and Matt Bell started the race in P10. Over an opening double stint, Guy climbed to P4 before handing the car to Matt Bell on lap 66. Matt piloted the Continental GT3 all the way to P2 before assuming P1 as cars pitted behind the safety car. A blocked drinks tube combined with increasing cabin temperatures behind the safety car meant that Matt had to pit slightly early as fatigue in the 30°C temperatures set in, and after Steven Kane replaced him the car sat P10.

By lap 105, Steven was up to P8, when a drive-through penalty was awarded for a race restart procedural infringement. Fortunately, Steven maintained his position, and by lap 131 he was up to P3. Guy then started his second stint, driving with precision and outright speed to claim P2 by lap 162. He finished his stint on lap 170, when a rejuvenated Matt Bell (complete with working drinks tube) took the wheel for the second time. His stint was going well until contact with a lapped competitor resulted in an unnecessary and harsh drive-through penalty, which dropped Matt to P6.

However, by the time he stopped on lap 207, Matt had recovered to P2. Steven’s second stint started behind the safety car in P6 after the stop, but by lap 230 Steven had retaken the lead as other cars made their pit visits. He held the lead until giving the car back to Matt Bell on lap 242, who rejoined P3 and then made his way to the lead of the race as others made their final pit stops. Two safety car in the closing minutes added to the tension as the race clock counted down, and while Matt held the lead during the first race restart, at the second restart the more powerful #35 Nissan took the lead. Matt showed great skill in maintaining second place until the last corner, when a fight for third place between the #15 Audi and #97 Aston Martin resulted in Matt being forced off line and almost in to a spin, ultimately finishing fourth.

Maximilian Buhk, Andy Soucek and Harold Primat started from P21 on the grid in the sister #11 Continental GT3. It was Maxi who started the race, finding space in the opening laps to climb 11 places to P10. He handed over to Harold Primat on lap 29, who then faced a challenging stint that involved two drive-through penalties following race restart infractions and a spin after light contact with a backmarker. At the end of his two-hour driving session, Harold pitted from P21, so that Andy Soucek could start a recovery. From lap 81 to lap 143, Andy climbed eight places to P13, before handing back to Harold, who drove a short stint until lap 170 when Maxi Buhk rejoined the race after a driver change in P12.

On lap 207, Andy Soucek took charge of the #11 car once again, continuing in P12 until a stop on lap 229 for a brake pad change. He emerged from the pits in P16 and then handed the car to Maxi Buhk on lap 244. Maxi continued to push hard until lap 253, when a failure in the drivetrain caused by damage to the rear of the car from earlier contact left the car stranded and forced an unhappy retirement.
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Over 25 years experience in health and wellness related products.  Total dedication to quality, value and integrity. Physics and medical education. Worked at University of California, University of Utah County Hospital, areospace companies, Lawrence Livermore Lab and several manufacturing companies.
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