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34 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Tourism Continued from page 33 ways have room for more peo- ple," Marshall said. Jim Falk is chairman of South- ern Delaware Tourism Research Committee and director of Uni- versity of Delaware Sea Grant Program's marine advisory serv- ice. Falk presented the results of an internet survey he conducted in 2002 and 2003 on characteristics and trends of visitors to southern Delaware. Falk said the survey revealed that coastal Sussex County is the 'biggest draw among people who visit the area, with 91 percentof the respondents visiting Rehoboth and Dewey beaches in 2002 and 84 percent of respondents visiting the beach area in 2003. But Falk also said the survey showed a solid visitor interest in the inland areas of the county where tourism destinations in- Financial Continued from page 33 dreams of creating wealth and were willing to pay the price. Several of the account executives had goals of accumulating $1 mil- lion in investments within 10 years. Not a bad goal. One mil- lion dpllars before the age of 40, if invested properly, would certainly give the individuals a nice finan- cial quality of life This firm truly offers its employees the opportu- nity to accumulate wealth without being an extraordinary individual. So the next time you think about the term investing don't for- get about investing in your chil- dren. If you are grown and you want to better your lifestyle think about investing more time and energy in your career. Maybe a career change might be in order or per- haps try to have your pay more closely aligned to your productiv- ity. Then work like you never have before for several years and I be- lieve you will see changes for the better. The bottom line is find a career based on your production, do all the things the masses don't want to do, and be a creator of work and not a processor. If you are in a for-profit busi- ness and you succeed, you will develop more wealth than you ever thought possible by taking your discretionary pay and invest- ing it in some of Webster's defini- tion of investments. Editor's note: David R. Clogg is a financial adviser at Chapin, Davis of Baltimore. For more in- formation, call 800-222-3246. At left, Southern Delaware Tourism ochair Rob Mar- shall congratulates Re- hoboth Beach Autumn Jazz Festival founder Sydney Arzt for, winning the 2004 Southern Delaware Tourism Award. "When I moved here 20 years ago, I never thought I'd have the chance to im- pact tourism the way the Re- hoboth Beach Autumn Jazz Festival has done," said Arzt. clude nature areas and historical sites. Falk said the survey revealed that 80 percent of the respondents said they would visit here in the near future. "That's where we're seeing the effects of people who have visited here in the past," Falk said. "Not all are eyeing the beaches the next time they visit. Events are driving a big shoulder-season visitation with a lot of repeat visitors." Falk was honored with a South- em Delaware Tourism members' award. For more information on South- ern Delaware Tourism, call exec- utive director Karen O'Neill at 856-1818 or visit www.Visit- SouthernDelaware.com. Jim Falk, chairman of the Southern Delaware Tourism Re- search Committee, explained to members and guests during the annual luncheon, Nov. 16, that tourism is on the rise in Sussex County thanks in great part to shoulder-season spe- cial events and local chambers of commerce that market them. Falk was honored witha Southern Delaware Tourism members' award. CIVIL, CRIMIN_&L LAW & ZONING Accidents & Personal Injury Home Owners Associations Misdemeanor & Felony Offenses Zoning & Variances Corporate & Business Law " DUI & Traffic Offenses Wills & Estates Commercial Litigation 120 South Bedford Street 420 Rehoboth Ave. Georgetown, DE 19947 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 855-0120 y Appointment Listing _of areas of practice does not represent specialization in those areas. INJURED ? We will provide you with professional and experienced legal representation. THOMAS J. STUMPF, esq. BRIAN F. DOLAN, esq. [ (The practice of these lawyers is primarily limited to personal injury claims, litigation and resolution.) Stumpf, Vickers & Sandy, P.A. 8 West Market Street, Georgetown,. DE 19947 (302) 856-3561 the /,= listed by, aY:::00ti Bay c..,.,, i " ,,---. \\;. 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But Falk also said the survey showed a solid visitor interest in the inland areas of the county where tourism destinations in- Financial Continued from page 33 dreams of creating wealth and were willing to pay the price. Several of the account executives had goals of accumulating $1 mil- lion in investments within 10 years. Not a bad goal. One mil- lion dpllars before the age of 40, if invested properly, would certainly give the individuals a nice finan- cial quality of life This firm truly offers its employees the opportu- nity to accumulate wealth without being an extraordinary individual. So the next time you think about the term investing don't for- get about investing in your chil- dren. If you are grown and you want to better your lifestyle think about investing more time and energy in your career. Maybe a career change might be in order or per- haps try to have your pay more closely aligned to your productiv- ity. Then work like you never have before for several years and I be- lieve you will see changes for the better. The bottom line is find a career based on your production, do all the things the masses don't want to do, and be a creator of work and not a processor. If you are in a for-profit busi- ness and you succeed, you will develop more wealth than you ever thought possible by taking your discretionary pay and invest- ing it in some of Webster's defini- tion of investments. Editor's note: David R. Clogg is a financial adviser at Chapin, Davis of Baltimore. For more in- formation, call 800-222-3246. At left, Southern Delaware Tourism ochair Rob Mar- shall congratulates Re- hoboth Beach Autumn Jazz Festival founder Sydney Arzt for, winning the 2004 Southern Delaware Tourism Award. "When I moved here 20 years ago, I never thought I'd have the chance to im- pact tourism the way the Re- hoboth Beach Autumn Jazz Festival has done," said Arzt. clude nature areas and historical sites. Falk said the survey revealed that 80 percent of the respondents said they would visit here in the near future. "That's where we're seeing the effects of people who have visited here in the past," Falk said. "Not all are eyeing the beaches the next time they visit. Events are driving a big shoulder-season visitation with a lot of repeat visitors." Falk was honored with a South- em Delaware Tourism members' award. For more information on South- ern Delaware Tourism, call exec- utive director Karen O'Neill at 856-1818 or visit www.Visit- SouthernDelaware.com. Jim Falk, chairman of the Southern Delaware Tourism Re- search Committee, explained to members and guests during the annual luncheon, Nov. 16, that tourism is on the rise in Sussex County thanks in great part to shoulder-season spe- cial events and local chambers of commerce that market them. Falk was honored witha Southern Delaware Tourism members' award. CIVIL, CRIMIN_&L LAW & ZONING Accidents & Personal Injury Home Owners Associations Misdemeanor & Felony Offenses Zoning & Variances Corporate & Business Law " DUI & Traffic Offenses Wills & Estates Commercial Litigation 120 South Bedford Street 420 Rehoboth Ave. Georgetown, DE 19947 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 855-0120 y Appointment Listing _of areas of practice does not represent specialization in those areas. INJURED ? We will provide you with professional and experienced legal representation. THOMAS J. STUMPF, esq. BRIAN F. DOLAN, esq. [ (The practice of these lawyers is primarily limited to personal injury claims, litigation and resolution.) Stumpf, Vickers & Sandy, P.A. 8 West Market Street, Georgetown,. DE 19947 (302) 856-3561 the /,= listed by, aY:::00ti Bay c..,.,, i " ,,---. \\;. "i' ' "" / \\; ?- . ; Idlers Vii age 2400 Delaware 199 :. 22700i:232 :': iiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiJiiii!iiiiii!i/iiiiiiiiiii!iiii!ii!i!i!iii!i!i!i!i: 4 IrIrl, : T T'T  |l|Irll IIIIIIIIIIIgIIlF r "1, | li .... --IIIIIIITI TFrTrT 31 TTT ITIr-!IIFB IIIgIIIIif'lIq- 11"" I I .... |![IF[F"l-lllr' q'T