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When it comes to insurance services for your family or business, David Flaig is very knowledgeable and interested in providing his customers with insurance services they can count on when they need them the most. His office is located at 635 Mariners Island Blvd # 202 San Mateo, CA 94404. He can also be reached by telephone at (650) 931-8630. Give him a call, you’ll be glad you did.
635 Mariners Island Blvd # 202
San Mateo, CA 94404
| Customer Testimonial on Google+:
I have operated Crystal Springs Catering for 20 Years and the service we get from Flaig Insurance Services is top notch. He seems to know what his competition has to offer and helps us navigate through the web of insurance. He now provides all of our needs both Personal and Business. Please call me if you need a reverence. Bob Santana Crystal Springs Cateringhttp://ow.ly/k6al8
Oct 15 2012
Menlo Park Chevron Presents:
Monthly Drawing For, FREE TANK OF GASOLINE!
How to enter the raffle:
Call us (650) 323-4239, schedule an appointment for auto service, once we have performed auto service on your vehicle, we will enter your name on the day of your visit. You can also go to our site to fill-out our appointment form @http://menlochevron.com/
Drawing will take place on the First Day of every Month for the rest of 2012 year. Winner will be notified by phone as we will also release the announcement on our Facebook wall. The lucky winners photo will featured on our Facebook Wall as well.
Oct 15 2012
Jun 13 2012
Reuse and Recycling Event
Saturday June 20th, 2012
CalTrain Station Parking Lot “O”
400 Block of California Drive
Convenient Donation Drop-offs and Paper and Record Shredding Services
For more information call:
May 23 2012
Some hidden finds in San Mateo, near the Expo.
Apr 18 2012
It seems that the more we learn about teaching industry, the more we find out how underpaid, overworked and unappreciated teachers really are. We have been hearing of teacher strikes and we should support them. The system is indeed broken. Would you work for an employer if you had to get laid off and have to reapply for a job? How can we expect teachers to come in day in and out to teach our kids when they don’t have job security?
According to a Mercury news article, the Bay Area has fewer layoff notices than expected but counter that with how many schools have closed, the increase in class size and how many teachers have lost their jobs, the low numbers are not something to be happy about.
If we are to fix the broken system, we cannot wait years, it needs to happen much faster than that. We cannot expect teachers to perform, kids to excel with a system that is 50 plus years old. That is like expecting a race driver to win a race with a rusty car that is on its last days.
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