Monthly Archives: August 2019
Aug 20 2019
CELEBRATE CALIFORNIA AVOCADOS AT THESE UPCOMING EVENTS
 

CELEBRATE CALIFORNIA AVOCADOS AT THESE UPCOMING EVENTS Want to celebrate all things California Avocado? Well, you’re in luck, because there are several avo-filled events taking place across the Golden State!

The CADO* (San Marcos, CA): Now through September 22, you can celebrate California’s favorite fruit at The CADO, an interactive pop-up that takes guests on a journey through the history of the California Avocado.

2019 Avocado & Margarita Street Fest* (Morro Bay, CA): On September 7, join fellow avo lovers by the beach for a California celebration complete with avo-inspired food, drinks, arts and crafts, and family fun.

This year’s 32nd Annual California Avocado Festival poster, designed by Evamgelina Cervera, is a celebration of life in Carpinteria—the layered mountain-scape, the rolling ocean waves and the ever-present sun. At the center of it all is the avocado.

This year’s 32nd Annual California Avocado Festival poster, designed by Evamgelina Cervera, is a celebration of life in Carpinteria—the layered mountain-scape, the rolling ocean waves and the ever-present sun. At the center of it all is the avocado.

33rd Annual California Avocado Festival* (Carpinteria, CA): October 4–6, you can try inventive avocado creations, listen to local musicians and browse unique avocado-centric art at one of California’s largest annual festivals.

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Aug 14 2019
iPic Theaters Company Files for Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Protection @ipictheaters
 

iPic Theaters Company Files for Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Protection – several media outlets have reported that iPic Entertainment which operates iPic Theaters around the country. The CEO claims that theaters will remain open and operational and that “business as usual”. With over $290 million in debt it could be a rough road out of debt. iPic had gone public less than two years ago, the stock is trading .61 cents, off ipo highs close to $15.

iPic estimates its total debts are $290.9 million and its total assets are $157 million

If you have any gift cards, now is probably a good time to hurry and use them.

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Aug 13 2019
Your invite to Apple Card is waiting.
 
Here’s your chance to get early access to Apple Card. You wanted to be one of the first to get Apple Card — a new kind of credit card created by Apple, not a bank. Good news: Here’s your chance to experience Apple Card before everybody else, so you can help us get ready for the public launch. Your early access invitation is waiting, but we need your Apple ID to send it. The email address you provided does not match an Apple ID signed in to iCloud. Just complete a few simple steps so we can send your invitation.
How to get your invitation: Make sure your iPhone is running iOS 12.4. To update, go to Settings > General > Software Update. Take note of the Apple ID used to sign in to iCloud on your iPhone. To see your Apple ID, go to Settings, then tap your name. Set a passcode for your iPhone, if you don’t have one already. To set a passcode, go to Settings, tap Face ID & Passcode or Touch ID & Passcode, then tap Turn Passcode On. Go to apple.com/apple-card and tap Notify Me to enter your Apple ID.
Invitations may take up to 48 hours to arrive.
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Aug 1 2019
Get My Free Credit Report
 

How can I get a free copy of my credit report?

Answer

You’re entitled to one free copy of your credit report every 12 months from each of the three nationwide credit reporting companies. Order online from annualcreditreport.com, the only authorized website for free credit reports, or call 1-877-322-8228. You will need to provide your name, address, social security number, and date of birth to verify your identity.

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A condition exists that prevents Experian from being able to accept your request at this time.

To obtain your Experian annual credit report, please mail your request to the address below using the Annual Credit Report Request form.

Annual Credit Report Request Service

P.O. Box 105281

Atlanta, GA 30348-5281

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