Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
June 19, 1998     Cape Gazette
PAGE 54     (54 of 104 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 54     (54 of 104 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 19, 1998
 

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




54 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 &apos;Rehoboth Today' and 'Lewes Today' to sponsor Home-Land Expo What could possibly be missing in the resort towns of Rehoboth and Lewes? According to Rick Bell and Bob Benson, owners of the Internet magazines "Rehoboth Today" and "Lewes Today" <www.rehoboth- day.corn> and <www.lewesto- day.corn>, a "Home and Land Ex- po" at the height of the tourist sea- son is just what the area needs to stimulate area businesses and help those planning a move to the com- munities. The !998 Home and Land Expo is scheduled for Thursday through Friday, Aug. 20-22, in the Fellow- ship Hall of Bethel United Methodist Church, Lewes. "The Cape resort area is a popu- lar destination for many of the re- tired or soon-to-be retired resi- dents of the surrounding cities and suburban communities," said Benson. "For them to effectively investi- gate and plan their ultimate relo- cation, they need to dedicate con- siderable time, energy and ex- pense just to get the lay of the land," added Benson. "With our Home and Land Expo, a prospec- tive resident can accomplish the same goal in far less time because everything is available under one roof." With no charge for admission, Home and Land Expo visitors can browse area Realtors, developers, builders, mortgage companies, and other home-related services in the air-conditioned comfort of the spacious Fellowship Hall of the Bethel United Methodist Church. The hall is conveniently located adjacent to Beebe Medical Center on Fourth Street in Lewes. "We intend to make this event a mainstay of the area, similar to the highly successful antique show held every year at Bethel Church that draws thousands of visitors," Bell said. "Bob and I founded 'Rehoboth Today' and 'Lewes Today' to help local businesses reach their distant customers. Sponsoring this event is just one of the many ways we intend to achieve our goal," said Bell. For more information or to re- serve a space at the Home and Land Expo, contact Bob Benson at 645-0255. Jack Lingo Realtors choose Web site Jack Lingo Realtors, Rehoboth and Lewes, have recently chosen "Rehoboth Today" and "Lewes Today" <www.re- hobothtoday.com> and <www.lewestoday.com> to promote their efforts on the Internet. Pictured are (l-r) Rick Bell, Bill Lingo, John Lingo, Derek Lingo and Bob Benson Jack Lingo Realtor Web sites are <www.jacklingo.com>, Rehoboth; and <wwwjacklingo.net>, Lewes. Kent-Sussex Industries Vice President Craig Crouch pre. sents an appreciation award to Edie Smith of Baltimore Air- coil during a recent breakfast. KSI honors Baltima re 00'rcoil Baltimore Aircoil Company Inc. of Milford was honored re- cently at Kent-Sussex Industries Inc.'s fifth annual Business Ap- preciation Awards Breakfast. Bal- timore Aircoil (BAC) received the KSI Custodial Work Crew Pro- gram Appreciation Award, which recognizes BAC for providing employment opportunities to indi- viduals in the custodial program. When KSI's custodial services be- gan in 1989, BAC was one of the first customers to use this service. Craig Crouch, KSI's executive vice president, presented Edie Smith, administrative supervisor at Baltimore Aircoil Company with the award. "BAC helped us work through those challenges that are inherent in the develop- ment of a new business or ser- vice," Crouch said. "KSI has been great to work with," Smith said. "We have worked with them for a number of years now and I can speak about the quality of their customer ser- vice from first-hand experience. When we contract with KSI, we know that every effort will be made to meet our expectations." KSI is a vocational rehabilita- tion organization whose mission is to provide support and services that help individuals who need specialized assistance obtain and maintain employment. IIOlilll The demand is high for fine homes. If you've been frustrated by your home not selling, or want to see what your home is worth in today's ever changing market, call Century 21 MANN & MOORE to speak with an experienced agent. Our office SELLS FAST FOR TOP DOLLAR. We guarantee our service in writing. "Don't wait, the buyers won't". VISIT US ON THEWORLD WIDE WEB AT: www.century21beach,com EMAIL - centurym@dmv.com 302-227-9477 * 800-255"8200 4343 HWY. One I I' Rehoboth Beach DE. 19971-1147 ., ,-,, MORTGAGE America's Largest Lender Have You Refinanced Yet? 15 year fixed rate of 6 percent!!* 30 year fixed rate of 6 1/2 percent!!* "The yield on the 30-year bond dropped as low as 5.67 percent, the lowest since the Treasure began regular sales in 1977." -- Bloomburg News Start saving money on your mortgage payment! Call 227-5700 to schedule an appointment with a Norwest Mortgage Account Executive. NORWEST MORTGAGE, INC. 4321 Highway One, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Office (302) 227-5700 s Fax (302) 227-5710 Toll Free (888) 217-5700 "Rates are quoted with a total of 3 points and are effective as of June 16, 1998. Rates are subject to change wi nolte. 15 year ]uota has a APR of 6.543 percent 30 year quote has an APR of 6.836 percent.