Fun and Free! – August 2017

Changing Tides - August 2017

Two of the most powerful words in advertising, “Fun” and “Free,” aptly describe this offer from Young Company. Four passports to all three Laguna Beach art festivals are yours for the asking. The Festival of Arts has been totally renovated and it is beautiful. Art-A-Fair has Tivoli Too, a charming restaurant located behind their many walls of interesting art. And the Sawdust Festival is alive with art, handcrafted gifts and clothing, live music, food, wine and real sawdust under under your feet. Original handcrafted art is a primary industry here and we are pleased to offer our friends free admission and parking!

You don’t want to miss out on this exciting opportunity. Be our guest at the art festivals of Laguna Beach and make this a fun highlight of your summer!

RSVP Tickets

*Food, drink and Pageant of the Masters tickets are not included.

Please feel free to reach me anytime at byoung@youngcompany.com or 949-438-2722.

Signed by Bart Young

Client Spotlight: Napa Technology

Napa Technology

Napa Technology, makers of the WineStation dispensing and preservation system, recently expanded into the automated dispensing of spirits and batch cocktails with the introduction of the SpiritStation, the newest addition to the product portfolio. The SpiritStation provides portion control, temperature control and is a beautiful showcase for the exhibit of top shelf Whiskies, Bourbons, Tequilas and more. With automated and programmable pouring options, restaurants, bars and clubs can customize their service based on the needs and demands of their business. While operators are commonly using the technology for self-service with automatic billing to a hotel room key, SpiritStation has expanded this concept by providing consistent and regulated pours of wine, spirits and batch cocktails in bars and restaurants across the country.

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Employee Spotlight: Andrew Barnes

Andrew Barnes - Lead Developer

As a web developer, Andrew’s 20 years of experience in several dozen programs enables him to not only create state-of-the-art websites, but update older websites as well. While his skills undoubtedly entitle him to a chest-full of medals, they are not why he received those shown in his photo. Andrew served in the U.S. Army for four years as a combat medic. This included a nine-month tour in Afghanistan. In other words, he is the kind of person you would trust your life to, not just your website. Not being one to rest on his laurels, Andrew has gone back to school and will soon complete his Master of Fine Arts in the Art of Game Design at LCAD (Laguna College of Art & Design). So, if you’re thinking about using 3D VR in your next project, you know who to call.