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Tecot appreciates customers Tecot Electric Supply on Rt. 24 next to Nuttle Lumber, held a customer appreciation pig roast and gave 250 of them the opportunity to meet vendors with latest offerings for profes- sional contractors and do-it-yourselfer Above, Bob Paxsen, branch manager, discusses one line with Jack Taylor of Billy Jack's Electric, while salesman Kurt Wheatley looks on. Holland Continued from page 42 ed from Mexico, Nicaragua and Brazil although other South and Central American crafts such as mobiles, wind chimes and other crafts are also available. "We have a uniqueness in our products that you're not going to find anywhere else in Rehoboth or even in the United States since we directly import from South and Central America," Long said. Loungin' Lizzard also special- izes in American outdoors goods such as birdhouses, garden acces- sories and more. Long owned and operated a store last year in Lake Tahoe, Nev. and decided to move to Re- hoboth Beach in order to offer his goods to a more heavily traveled resort community. "We are very proud of the way that we run our business because we are helping industries in underdeveloped countries," Long added. Loungin' Lizzard can be reached by calling 227-1355. King's Sports Lair, located in Suite 2, is the other new business in the 146 Rehoboth Avenue shops. Owner Sam Nainani is no stranger to Rehoboth Beach, his parents own and operate the jew- elry store Touch of Class at 12 Re- hoboth Avenue. Nainani explained that King's Sports Lair will officially open on Saturday, April 27 and will spe- cialize in baseball cards, comic books, clothing and various sports memorabilia. He will carry Salvi- no figures and comic books from such publishers as DC, Marvel, Vertigo, Image and more. "Rehoboth hasn't had a comic store since two years ago so I hope to get that crowd into my store," Nainani added. King's Sports Lair can be reached by calling 226-5247. Rehoboth-Dewey Chamber meets May 1 The General membership meet- ing of the Rehoboth Beach- Dewey Beach Chamber of Com- Camilla Conlon GRI, CRS. CAPE '1"1], Friday, April 26 - May 2, 1996 - 43 merce will be held at noon, Wednesday, May 1 at the Sea Horse Restaurant. Guest speakers include Brett Schmidt, chief of marketing and sales, from Delaware Resort Tran- sit (DRT), presenting the new transportation routes. The routes will provide opportunities to bring visitors to the Cape Region from Fenwick/Ocean City line and ac- cess to the employment market from western Sussex County. Mike Harkins, executive director of the Delaware River and Bay Authority, will speak about the opportunities and new amenities aboard their new ferry vessel. For more information call 227- 2233, Be In One 0 These For Summer: 1 Cnlon Farr Real Estate, LLC 41 Highway One, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 226-0400 - 800-956-FARR Call us for your professional & personalized service! LIKE NEW SPRING LAKE This 4 BR, 2 1/2 BA home is ready for your family to move in. Large comer lot with fenced back yard, full basement, screened porch, new roof in '93, family room and more for only $159,900. Clean well kept first floor unit with a beautiful waterview. All appliances barely used, never rented! Features 1 BR, 1/12 BA, patio, storage and more for only $110,000. KING S CREEK Country Club and Residential Community LINGO REAL ESTATE On-site Sale Office Open Daily... call JACK DAGGETT, Project Manager 227-4691