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Former CD/Game Exchange (The Record Exchange), Cleveland Heights, Ohio
Formerly The Record Exchange on Coventry Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, here from about 1978 through 2010, a 32-year run. Not much has been written about Record Ex, or about its owners. In fact, other than the novel "High Fidelity," there has been little writing about working in retail music. Two brothers who were Heights grads started their business as students at Ohio State in 1975, attained their degrees, then moved it home to Cleveland Heights. They must have started off doing...
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15 Simple Money Saving Tips Anyone Can Use
via WordPress bit.ly/2SJih4Q Do you want to travel more? Save money to move abroad? Pay down your debt? Have a nest egg so you can start your own business? Finding the extra cash to do so isn’t always easy. In this article, I’ll share 15 simple money saving tips to help you keep more cash in your pocket. But first, it’s important to figure out your finances and how much money is available for you to save. Write down your take home earnings, and from there, subtract all of your necessary...
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Parkdale Collegiate Institute **Sep 18 2019 40/50/60s REUNION Luncheon at Palais Royale 1601 Lake Shore BLVD** -- Smiling Stone Face above main entrance
Invitation to Parkdale's Fifth Annual Luncheon of the 1940/50 & 60 Alumni Palais Royale 1601 LAKESHORE BLVD, WEST TORONTO, ONTARIO WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 2019 TIME 11:00 a.m. TO 3:00 P.M ---------------------------------- Thursday, April 25, 2019 Parkdale C I Theatre Fund Raiser Play: "UNNECESSARY FARCE” A rollicking comedy of two cops, three crooks, one embezzling mayor, a female accountant and eight doors Location: Village Playhouse 2190 Bloor Street West...
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History of Gilmore Gasoline
Here is a history of the Gilmore Gasoline Company: THE GILMORE OIL COMPANY 1900-1945 A basic history of a very enthusiastic company by Alan Darr REMEMBER SLOGANS like "Blu-Green Gas," "Roar With Gilmore,""Gilmore The Record Breaker?" Remember the "Gilmore Fun Circus" radio show and "That Funny Red Lion Gas Song?" In the 1920s and '30s these were the sounds of the Gilmore Oil Company of Los Angeles, California. Up and down the West Coast,...
Cash back credit cards can earn you money for every dollar you spend — but if you’re paying an annual fee to use your card, the reward may not outweigh the cost by much. Fortunately, you don’t have to lose out on your overall rewards, since a few cards out there get you cash back and come with no annual fee.
Cash-back credit cards with no annual fee have some of the lower spending minimums for their sign-up bonuses, typically either $500 or $1,000.
There is no other major cash back card with no annual fee that carries the ongoing rewards of this card – 1% back when you make a purchase, then another 1% back when you pay for the purchase, bringing you to 2% back on all qualified purchases. Most comparable cards offer 1.5% back on all eligible purchases. Cons
Additionally, the Discover it card also does not charge an annual subscription fee even though it is a cash back credit card. It also waives any penalty charge in case you are late in making payment, but only applicable for the very first late payment.
The Alliant Cashback Visa® Signature Credit Card has an outstanding cash-back rate: unlimited 3% rewards on every purchase in the first year, then unlimited 2.5% cash back thereafter. The card also has no foreign transaction fee, making it a good option for international travel.
Expecting MoneyGraymalkin Media. 2017
No matter how much you earn, own, or owe, you can create a secure financial future for your family. In her engaging, down-to-earth style, nationally known credit and money management expert Erica Sandberg provides no-nonsense strategies on how to overcome the challenges every parent faces, from raising a family on a reduced income, to the practicalities of debt repayment, to managing expenses over the course of a child’s life. Indispensable and easy-to-use, Expecting Money offers you the...
Financial FreedomAvery. 2019
Money is unlimited. Time is not. Become financially independent as fast as possible. In 2010, 24-year old Grant Sabatier woke up to find he had $2.26 in his bank account. Five years later, he had a net worth of over $1.25 million, and CNBC began calling him "the Millennial Millionaire." By age 30, he had reached financial independence. Along the way he uncovered that most of the accepted wisdom about money, work, and retirement is either incorrect, incomplete, or so old-school it's obsolete....