Archive for May, 2012

Waterman Supply is Servicing Your Needs All Over the World

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

Need a 200 Ton boat anchor? How about specs on crane blocks? Or chain links the size of a car?

If you work in the Marine industry, you know the behemoth nature of everything in the marine industry. Well, if you need it, Waterman has it or at the very least, they know where to get it.Waterman Supply

Waterman Supply just re-vamped their website, www.WatermanSupply.com so that it is more agile, as they are. They can now make updates to data on the site on the fly, and all of that data is searchable and easier for their customers to use and print.

Waterman Supply is a worldwide company with contacts in every port. Next time you are having trouble finding the marine equipment you need, look to www.WatermanSupply.com.

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The Modern Sculpture of Emily Counts at GARBOUSHIAN GALLERY Starting May 12th

Monday, May 7th, 2012

Emily Counts’ Past Present Future: Connect is a display of recent and innovative modern sculpture that reflects on our relationship with technology in our daily lives while recalling our expectations of it from our past. It is the latest exhibition on display at GARBOUSHIAN GALLERY.
Emily Counts modern art sculpture at Garbhoushian gallery in Los Angeles May through June of 2012
Each piece seems to be an exploration of our love-hate relationship giving us a sense of what our expectations have yielded in reality and comparing our reality to our past expectations of the term ‘modern’ with relation to technology.

Past Present Future: Connect is on display from May 12th to June 16th at GARBOUSHIAN GALLERY in Beverly Wilshire.

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Allen Berg Racing Schools Provide Formula Car Experience in Southern California

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

There is great news for Formula Car racers and enthusiasts in Southern California. Allen Berg, ex-Formula One pilot, has brought advanced formula car training straight to Los Angeles at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana.Allen Berg Formula One Racing School in Los Angeles

Before, Los Angelenos had to go to Infineon Raceway or Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca to take part in an advanced racing course. Now Allen Berg offers an even higher quality of training through Allen Berg Racing Schools right here in LA, plus some perks.

To start, Allen’s cars are purpose built race cars, just as any other school’s. But far better yet, they’re all outfitted with full data telemetry and cameras. This means instead of depending on a students limited understanding, every issue of time lost can be seen objectively in black and white for immediate feedback. There is no greater tool for improvement. Couple the best technical data available for your driving with expert instruction from an ex-F1 driver, and you’ll be shaving chunks off your time.

This kind if experience can and does translate to any and every kind of competitive tarmac driving, from racing historic and semi-historic Grand Prix, Indy, and F5000 and Formula Vee cars to non-formula FIA, GTP, Can-Am, and even race-prepped street cars for autocross and rally.

Even better, Allen allows graduates of his programs to inexpensively rent time in his cars at the track to continue improving. It makes for a fantastic pre-season refresher, and you get the same data and analysis as you do during school.

We welcome Allen and his racing school to Los Angeles! What a fantastic addition to the racing regimen for competitive drivers and those seeking more safety through competence.

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