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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 24 - March 30, 2000 - 47 Home &amp; Land Expo list ,)f exhibitors released The Sharp Energy Delaware Resorts Home & Land Expo, set Saturday and Sunday, April 1 -2, at the Rehoboth Beach Conven- tion Center, will feature the most successful realtors, builders, mortgage services and home serv- ices companies in the area. The expo is sponsored by Sharp Energy and presented by the inter- net magazines "RehobothToday," "Lewes Today" and by the Cape Rudder Continued from page 46 "I remember when the Rudder was built, and I've always thought Jay did a great job with it," Pires said. "It's a grand property as far as I'm concerned, and the pur- chase price was where we wanted it. All we really negotiated over were fine points of interest to Jay, like his long term employees, the many lease contracts and their histories and, most important to him, the well-being of his four daughters, all of whom have an interest in the Ruddertowne oper- ations." Pires, who has often represent- ed farmers in legal cases during his law career, said he and Pretty- man, who grew up on a farm in Harbeson, have a lot in common and "actually enjoyed" the negoti- Gazette. This year's event bene- fits Sussex County Habitat for Humanity, with Sharp Energy do- nating $1 for every expo visitor. The Home & Land Expo is free and will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday. Visitors will re- ceive gifts and prizes from more than 40 exhibitors, and expo spon- sors will be awarding hundreds of dollars worth of gift certificates ation process over the winter. "Jay is much different than his public persona," Pires said. "He's a real family guy, easy to deal with and real down to earth. In fact, we're both very laid back, like farmers, and we mostly sat there like a couple of farm boys while the lawyers finalized the details. After all these years, it was all very easy." Pires discounted rumor that Highway One would be building a motel on part of the Rudder- towne's vast parking lot, even if town zoning were to allow such construction. "That's never been in our plans, but we would consider putting a nice-looking parking garage there sometime in the future," said Pires. "The town needs more parking; there's no doubt about that. I just want it to fit in with Dewey's character." and prizes provided by,the Re- hoboth Outlets, local stores and restaurants. The expo is designed to enable visitors to review the entire mar- ket of homes, development proj- ects, mortgage and home services together at one time, all under one roof. Exhibitors so far include the following: Realtors - Century 21 Mann- Moore Associates; Coldwell Banker Rehoboth Resort Realty; Long & Foster; Ocean Atlantic Associates; O'Conor, Piper & Flynn; and Prudential Gallo Real- tors. Builders/Developers - Atlantic Aluminum Products; Beach Homes; Country Life Homes; East Bay Homes; Frank Robino Builder; Oak Construction; Pot Nets Communities; Ryan Homes; Sussex Home Builders/Nanticoke Homes; Road Site Construction. Assisted Living - Seaside Pointe; Mortgage Firms - Chase Mort- gage; Delaware National Bank; First Source Funding; MNC Mortgage; Home Services Companies - Delaware Cedar; Design Consul- tants Group; Dreamweaver Interi- ors; East Coast Hurricane Shut- ters; Edward Jones Investments; Floor Coverings International; In- teriors by Tice; Karl Richeson Photography; Lewes Project Im- pact; O'Conor CAD Services; Quality Roofing Supply; Sharp Energy; and TP Computing. Sussex County Habitat for Hu- manity and the Rehoboth Beach - Dewey Beach Chamber of Corn- Sharp Energy Sharp Energy, a subsidiary of Chesapeake Utilities Corporation headquartered in Dover has been named the title sponsor of the Sharp Energy 2000 Delaware Re- sorts Home & Land Expo. Although admission to the Ex- po is free of charge to the public, through Sharp Energy's sponsor- ship, $1 for every person who at- tends will be donated to Sussex County Habitat for Humanity. merce will be represented. A few spaces have been held for last minute exhibitors, but are ex- pected to he taken soon. Contact Bob Benson for information at 645-0225 or visit the expo Web site at <www.rehoboth today. com>. sponsors expo Sharp Energy provides propane service to close to 40,000 cus- tomers on the Delmarva Peninsu- la, and most recently has launched a new concept in retailing, Sharp Living by Chesapeake. Currently, there is one Sharp Living store, located in Dover, featuring appli- ances, gas fireplaces and home decor. Plans are underway for a second location in Salisbury, Md. Continued on page 48 [] 20 Minutes to Resorts 5.63 wooded acres secluded with ranch home. Two car detached garage, large side screened porch. Fireplace. Must see to appreciate. Call Linda Bova for a private tour. IBm O'Conor Piper & Flynn ERA 302-227-5191 or Toll-Free 877-732-2682 Full Moon Continued from page 46 be a local's restaurant and bar that caters to visitors in the summer." The establishment will feature live entertainment, focusing on jazz, blues, country and southern rock and roll. Special theme nights are also in the works. The Full Moon Saloon will open at 10 a.m., serving lunch and dinner with happy hour Monday to Thursday. The restaurant will not accept reservations, but management asks that customers call in ad- BB/00Btf BBlllBB MORTGAGE JBMBB /BB00tBB America's Largest Lender Specializing in the following mortgage loan programs: Conventional Loans (Purchase and Refinance - Primary, Second Homes & Investment Properties) Construction Loans for new homes Knowledgeable, Honest and Reliable Recognized for Outstanding Customer Service vance when planning to visit with a large party. 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