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Tober Landscaping

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If you ever are in need of a landscaper that fully understands water issues, Mike Tober, of Tober Landscaping is your guy! Mike graciously helped us remedy some major issues we were having. You never know what you are dealing with until you see what’s behind the walls! We saw mold from water damage. We […]

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Michael Savarese

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We would like to take the opportunity to send a big thank you to Mike Savarese of Michael Savarese Associates, Architects in Little Silver.  http://michaelsavaresearchitect.com.   Mike and his associate David Grimm graciously jumped into our project and propelled it forward. They fielded numerous phone calls and made many site visits…even on weekends! They worked […]

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Penisula Builders

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We hope everyone had a beautiful Thanksgiving and is ready for turkey sandwiches, turkey salads, turkey soups, etc. etc. etc. etc. As we said, every day we will be posting about something or someone we are grateful for. And today, that’s our contracting company Peninsula Builders––owned by Rick Karinja and supported by Bruce Eigenrauch, Mike […]

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Finding the location…

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We had a name and a logo for our restaurant…but NO LOCATION!!! We looked and looked and looked! Do you know how hard it is to talk to a Commercial Real Estate agent? They don’t call you back!!!!! (no offense to any commercial real estate agents, but this might be something to improve upon to […]

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Our Logo..

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We had our name, now we needed a logo. We needed a graphic designer. (My doodling a logo just wasn’t cutting it!)  Of course we didn’t know one! So in September of 2017, I posted on a local Middletown Facebook page the following post: “Hi! ISO of a graphic artist looking to do some “pro […]

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How the name was chosen..

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After we left Hugs Cafe on our last day there, we were so excited. We wanted to get started somehow, and the easiest way to start on our journey was to pick a name for our future restaurant. We played with a few ideas, and then a brainstorm hit! We would name our restaurant No […]

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How the idea came about..

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One day, in April of 2017, Mark and I were wondering what would happen to our 19 year daughter Katie when she aged out of high school. Employment is very difficult to come by for people with Intellectual Disabilities. Studies show that this group of people are the most dedicated employees and do a great […]