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What Factors Do I Need To Know Before Buying New Bike Cranks

Everyone has a machine at their home. No matter what kind of technology are you using at home or should I put it this way that there is no house in the world which does not have on technology build machine. No matter where you go, what you find familiar in any land is that the world is taking over by the technology and you cannot blame them because they are not only making our life easier but also amuse it with the things technology equipped machine can perform.

Since we have so many things at our home, which manufactured from the latest technology, then you should already know that they are the future.You should start learning basics about their functions because they will come in handy in coming future.

If you have something which is broken or does not work, then you should start from the learning the basics because most of the problems can be fixed within minutes if you little bit knowledge on it. If you are not sure about it, then you should start with fixing the recent problem.

Looking for Best Spin Bikes?

Fitness machines are hugely popular and spin bike is among them. If you have a spin bike at your home and the crank is messed up, then you should rep[lace it with the new one. However, since you are a newbie, then you should know how the spare part system works. Several companies are providing the components for spin bike’s, but not all are providing the best one. Some of them don’t even last a month because of the poor quality.

So lets into some of the factors which you have to keep ion mind when purchasing a spare part for the Spin Bike.

Brand & Quality

No matter where you are buying but ensure that you are purchasing it from the reputed brand. Since several complaints are providing it then you should start working on the selecting a BRAND then you can concentrate on the quality. Branded spare parts companies produce quality products which will last longer if you maintain it with care.

Warranty & Replacement Policy

When you have a quality product, then you can consider it is buying, but you have to keep one thing in mind that even a branded part manufacturer can deliver a defected product. So you have to ask the person who is selling the replacement policy. If you are one of the unfortunate people, then you can say GOODBYE to your investment.

What if the part will not last a month because the build was not that good enough?  You have to make sure that company takes responsibility.

  • Buy a product which covers defected & non-compatible product replacement.
  • Warranty is necessary.

Toolkit

If you are a newbie, who is trying to fix something, then you should also get a toolbox which will help you replacing it. You can get the kit for $6 -$30.

Conclusion

These are some of the important points you have to keep in your mind. Got any advice for others? Let us know us in the comment section.

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2ND ANNUAL GALA

2nd Annual Gala

Family Promise of the Verdugos 

2nd Annual Gala “Home Run to End Homelessness”
Saturday March 19, 2016.
Dodger Stadium Club – 1000 Elysian Park Ave. L.A., CA 90012

4:30pm – Check-In, Silent Auction, & Opportunity Baskets
5:00pm – V.I.P. Tour
6:00pm – Reception & Cocktails
7:00pm – Dinner & Program

Entrance to Dodger Stadium:

Gate A; which is off Sunset – the Sunset gate; Elysian Park in Los Angeles & Stadium Way.
Come up to box attendant & let them know you are there for FP event & they will direct you to parking lot L.

Proceeds from the event will support programs like our Job Readiness program, our Intensive Case Management, transportation services, and more. – all of which are helping our children and their families reach self-sustainability.

We invite you to join us on this very special evening to help fund year-round programs for homeless children and their families in our community. It’s an opportunity you don’t want to miss!

1 Ticket – $150.00
2 Tickets – $300.00
3 Tickets – $450.00
4 Tickets – $600.00
5 Tickets – $750.00

Click here to print out the Sponsorship & Ads Form

If you would like to be added to the invitation mailing list, for sponsorship information, please contact Albert Hernandez at [email protected]

 

Thank you to our current sponsors!

Triple Play Sponsor
The Walt Disney Company
KO Properties

Double Play Sponsor
Warner Bros. Entertainment
Nickelodeon

Base Hit Sponsor
Burbank Association of Realtors
Burbank City Federal Credit Union
Burbank Noon Rotary
Burbank Sunrise Rotary
Burbank Water & Power

Cusumano Real Estate Group
Glendale First United Methodist Church
Sandra Thompson

Spectrum Business
The Cabrini Literary Guild Book Club
Vincent & Toni Beck Espinoza Family
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

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THANK YOU FOR THE GIFTS

THANK YOU FOR THE GIFTS

Thank you so many of the groups that came together to donate items for our families during the holiday season. Items such as food, blankets, toys, scarves were donated for our families. A single mother of three said “we thought we weren’t going to have a Christmas this year because we wanted to save money for a new apartment, but because of UMe Bank and Providence St. Joseph’s Hospital our kids had a Christmas.”

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In addition to the in-kind gifts that were donated, gift cards were provided for recent graduated families. Both the Washington family and Linville family are just two of the families who stopped by to say hello and give us an update on how they are doing. However, upon arriving they were presented with gifts that could help them out for the long run. Thanks to Burbank First Presbyterian for there kindness and love.

Thank you to everyone who came out and helped put smiles on so many!…

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GIVING TUESDAY

GIVING TUESDAY

 

Now in its fourth year, #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. Observed on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving. Since its inaugural year in 2012, #GivingTuesday has become a movement that celebrates and supports giving and philanthropy with events throughout the year and a growing catalog of resources.

#GivingTuesday harnesses the potential of social media and the generosity of people around the world to bring about real change in their communities; it provides a platform for them to encourage the donation of time, resources and talents to address local challenges. It also brings together the collective power of a unique blend of partners— nonprofits, civic organizations, businesses and corporations, as well as families and individuals—to encourage and amplify small acts of kindness.

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We ask the community to join in on #GivingTuesday and make a financial donation to Family Promise of the Verdugos so that we continue to make an impact in the lives of situationally homeless families by assisting them as they regain their independence by finding a home and employment.

Click below to make a financial donation in honor of #GivingTuesday…

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CLUB 365 LAUNCH PARTY

CLUB 365 LAUNCH PARTY

On October 7th, Family Promise of the Verdugos officially launched their new campaign, Club 365. The goal of the campaign is for supporters to commit to donate a dollar or more a day for the 2015-2016 fiscal year. The over 40 people that were in attendance were provided an update on Family Promise and got to hear about whats on the horizon. A recent family that graduated from Family Promise also came and shared their story with the group. A huge thank you to Porto’s Bakery in Burbank for donating the space and delicious meals and to Cusumano Realty for donating the drinks to our current and potential donors.

 

CLUB 365 LAUNCH PARTY

In addition, we at Family Promise want to give a massive thank you to Michael Cusumano and the Cusumano Family Foundation for donating $25,000 to Family Promise and for encouraging the crowd at our Club 365 Launch Party to join him with additional support to Family Promise. This donation will allow Family Promise to continue to offer services to situationally homeless families.

Thank you to our current CLUB 365 members!
Toni Beck-Espinoza                              Silvia Mancini
Areta Crowell                                         Zizette Mullins
Michael Cusumano                               Pat & Lauren Patterson
Howard Fallman & Nancy Kachline  David Porter
Alfred Garibay                                        Marsha Ramos
Nancy Guillen                                        Dorothy Simmons
Becky Haase                                           Lee Stacy
Madison Hernandez                             Elise Stearns-Niesen
Carolyn & Greg Jackson                      Mary Jane Weaver
Ardy Kassakhian                                   Christine & Wayne Walters…
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FAMILY PROMISE WEEK

FAMILY PROMISE WEEK

Family Promise, the nation’s leading volunteer-driven nonprofit dedicated to helping homeless families, is celebrating National Family Promise Week beginning October 18. It’s a week filled with special events that demonstrates the work that Family Promise of the Verdugos does in our communities.

October 13 – Proclamation from Burbank City Council at 6:00pm
October 21 – Community Workshop : Job Readiness Workshop at 7pm at the Catalina Activity Center
October 22 – Barragan’s Restaurant Fundraiser / Executive Director Albert Hernandez Birthday 11:00am to 10:00pm
October 23 – UMe Bank Sponsors Family Promise families to Movie Night / Food Truck event
October 27 – Proclamation from Glendale City Council at 6:00pm
October 30 – Burbank High School Key Club: Done in a Day Project – Dinner with the Families

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National Family Promise Statistics

  • Founded in Summit, NJ, in 1988 Family Promise is national non-profit organization mobilizing communities and existing resources to help homeless families regain their independence.
  • Homeless families now comprise nearly 40% of the homeless population.
  • One out of every 45 American children will experience homelessness this year.
  • Last year, there were 3.5 million homeless people in the United States. Sixty-four percent of U.S. cities turned away homeless families with children because there was a lack of bed space.
  • Family Promise provided shelter and social services to more than 50,000 people last year . . . nearly 60% of them children.
  • Family Promise currently operates 192 Affiliates across 42 states and mobilizes more than 160,000 volunteers and 6,000 congregations across the country.
  • Family Promise is cost-effective. We utilize existing resources and are able to deliver $3 in goods and services for every $1 we receive.
  • Family Promise works. On average, 75% of our guests secure housing within nine weeks, helping them to achieve sustainable independence.