BayArea-Website-Design.com is now online! It is a support website, providing working demos and prototypes for TP Designs’ Bay Area clients. Basic information can be viewed by the general public, and access to the demos can be obtained by going to the TP Designs Pleasanton Website, registering as a client, and requesting access.
Specific functionalities will also be made available when connected with an RFQ.
Time for a bit of self-promotion – it’s my blog after all. Pleasanton Web Design Company – TP Designs creates Websites for businesses in the Bay Area, and is based in Pleasanton. In fact most of my current customers either reside, or do business in Pleasanton. If you have a project in mind, give me a call at 925 485-0050, and we can discuss it. If downtown is convenient for you, I prefer to meet at Tully’s (free internet), but can do Starbucks near Ruby Hills if you are in that part of town.
Here are some of the services I have to offer:
Search Engine Optimization and Promotion
I’m currently working on a new website that details and demos the most popular web applications, so I can show you how to get up and running within your budget and time frame. I’m not a salesman, so if you’re impressed by slick talk and pie in the sky, I might not impress you. I do know how to get the job done, so if that’s your goal, give me a call of visit my Bay Area Web Design site.
Free Concerts on Friday evening are a summer tradition in Pleasanton. They are put on by the Pleasanton Downtown association and sponsored by various Pleasanton Businesses. The concerts are held at Lions Wayside Park, at First and Neal Street.
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The first concert was held Friday, May 29th, and the last will be held on September 4th. Check out the Pleasanton Pulse Events Calendar for acts and starting times. The music is kid and senior friendly, so it’s fun for the whole family.
Here are some tips to help you better enjoy your concert experience.
1. Get up early on Friday, run by the park and throw down a blanket and some chairs. Don’t be a hog. This is how it’s done, so don’t feel bad about reserving your spot, because these concerts are packed.
2. Bring dinner. Come a little early and share dinner with your family.
3. Don’t drink too much. There are children here and no one likes a public drunk. And the Pleasanton Police are watching.
4. Have dessert at the Creamery on Neal. Everyone likes soft-serve ice cream.
5. Enter the drawing put on by the Pleasanton Weekly. You could win.
Possibly due to increased funding for the “Click It of Ticket” program, Pleasanton police appear to be increasing patrols prior to the Memorial Day Holiday. Pleasanton Police do a great job of keeping our streets safe, and hopefully this increased presence will make those intoxicated would-be drivers think twice.
Edit 5/26/09 – Source – Pleasanton Weekly
DUI Arrests the week prior to the Memorial Day Weekend
May 16 – 5:44 PM – 5500 Block of West Las Positas Blvd
May 19 – 11:06 AM – Intersection of Fairlands and West Las Positas
May 21 – 12:29 AM – Intersection of Valley and Quarry Lane
May 22 (Friday) – 9:44 PM – 7900 Block of Kentwood Way
May 22 (Friday) – 11:32 PM – 4200 Block of Silver Street
Next week we’ll see the figures for DUI arrests over the Memorial Day Weekend in Pleasanton.
If you have been arrested for DUI in Pleasanton, check out the Pleasanton DUI Lawyer website of O’Connor, Runckel and O’Malley. They are former prosecutors and a superior court judge and offer free consultations.