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Mark Saponaro
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It's almost here!  In less than a month, a tracking band that works even when swimming.  I may have to throw on some neoprene to try it out.  It records each arm (or leg) individually when you wear two, and records valuable data to your dashboard.

https://moov.cc/getmoov/BA7B897002
MOOV NOW™ wearable coach gives you real-time audio coaching to correct form, minimize injury and push your limit.
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real time audio coaching while running, swimming etc. will help you exercise correctly
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New web site to buy plastic elastic table covers...almost ready to launch
This is where the rubber meets the road. Sign in to your Webs account to pick up where you left off.
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Free Rhododendron Thermometer
On a cold day, when you want to know what the temperature is outside, look no further than your rhododendron bush.  Thanks to a process called thermotropism, the leaves of this evergreen begin to curl as the temperature nears freezing and curl even tighter ...
On a cold day, when you want to know what the temperature is outside, look no further than your rhododendron bush.  Thanks to a process called thermotropism, the leaves of this evergreen begin to curl as the temperature nears...
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Today Only!  20% off all rentals (even Tents) Call 781-246-0101 or email msaponaro@camelotspecialevents.com
This could be yours:
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With some lights, the right linen, suitable seating and tables (and of course a tent), you can transform your back yard into an event venue. This tent was connected to the house for the guests, and to the garage for the caterer. Everyone could enter the tent from the building without worrying about the elements. Sidewalls enclosed all the tents, and heat was used to keep the chill away. Towards the back of the photo can be seen the entryway w...
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Save money while putting together the perfect table
Shopping for a table can be enlightening. You learn about all the different table styles and shapes.  There are different types of wood that can be stained a variety of colors.  The tops can be made of glass, wood, metal, con...
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INTEL---igence
Intel's stock price has been hovering in the low $20 range for years now, with an occasional bump up to the 25 to $27 range.  The cost of the stock makes it a low barrier for buying in, and a great stock to buy over time (always buying at the lower end, of ...
Intel's stock price has been hovering in the low $20 range for years now, with an occasional bump up to the 25 to $27 range.  The cost of the stock makes it a low barrier for buying in, and a great stock to buy over time (alw...
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Plastic elastic table cover web site is now live...buy online 7 days a week, 24 hours a day...super easy

http://www.plastic-elastic-table-covers.com/apps/webstore/
Order Plastic Elastic Table Covers online or on the phone. Plastic Elastic Table Covers are great for any event or party. Contact us! Phone: 781-246-0101 Email: msaponaro@camelotspecialevents.com
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Informative article about organizing a poster board session in your school or at a conference.

http://camelotspecialevents.blogspot.com/2014/03/why-how-to-host-poster-session.html
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Money Table
Shopping for a table can be enlightening. You learn about all the different table styles and shapes.  There are different types of wood that can be stained a variety of colors.  The tops can be made of glass, wood, metal, concrete, and stone. You can have t...
Shopping for a table can be enlightening. You learn about all the different table styles and shapes.  There are different types of wood that can be stained a variety of colors.  The tops can be made of glass, wood, metal, con...
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Maybe not as old as the oldest banzai, but majestically HUGE...look for the guy in the red coat at the bottom
Those numbers represent one giant sequoia. Oh, also: The tree is more than 3,000 years old.
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My team and I help people celebrate the Events in their lives.
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President of Camelot Special Events (an Event Rental Company), Husband to an incredibly understanding, supportive, and beautiful wife. Father to two wonderfully talented and smart children.
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Attended Revere High School (pronounced "Reeveeyah").  Graduate of Suffolk University ('82) where I met my wife Stephanie, and my Frat brother/best friend Dan.  Avid Skier, Love swimming a lap a day around the pond (in season, of course -tried it once in November and got out quick).

Reluctant dog owner - now converted dog lover - of GInger, who keeps me laughing with her "kooka-munga" run.  I am  not really her owner, just part of her pack.
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I went on the all inclusive with my wife (we left the kids home). The service people were great...from the ladies keeping the rooms neat to the wait staff and bartenders. All were very helpful (tips are greatly appreciated). Restaurants in the resort were pretty good (you need reservations that can be made that same day). There were 5 or 6 to choose from: Brazil Grill, Seafood, Steak, Asian, Mexican and French. No shorts were allowed...I learned this the first night then dressed for dinner thereafter. For wine, there was a choice of "island" red or "island" white. My suggestion is to buy a bottle of wine from one of the shops in the resort or the "duty free" store and enjoy it on the balcony of your room. Figure on spending two to three times what you would in the States for these recognizable brands. These shops also provide hard liquor that you are familiar with. The adult beverage selection left something to be desired. Most bars had island brand vodka, tequila, rum, etc. If you are diligent, you can find a pool bar or two stocked with some USA made. Taking a short ride on the shuttle bus to the casino will bring you to a full stocked beverage selection (for no charge if you are gambling). Also a Vegas style show (which I did not attend). VIP Beach: The ocean was warm and inviting (but not caribbean blue). There were some fish to be seen while snorkeling near the rocks. Boats were available to be hired for pulling large inflatables over the waves. Four or five people could fit on them at once. Cabanas were available at the beach. You have to get up early (8am) to claim one with your personal items. The 4 poster bed style cabanas had white fabric on the sides and top to help shield you from the sun. There are pools everywhere you go, some may be off limits as you have a wristband that allows you in many places but not all. Some pools feature seats at the bar while sitting in the pool. Check out the daily events posted in the lobbies of the different areas in the resort (kind of sub-resorts). Each has its own lobby, restaurant, pool, stores, etc. Everything was close enough to walk once you get the lay of the land. It takes a day or two to acclimate.
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