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Bacon Lovers Rejoice! The Big Bite Bacon Fest is returning to San Diego

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Bacon has managed to establish quite the cult-like following, adding an odd but delicious twist to everyday foods. From chocolate covered bacon to bacon ice cream, this food item has become the new “must have” ingredient. This year, locals and visitors can celebrate its greasy goodness at the Big Bite Bacon Fest at the San Diego Fair.

On July 5th, guests will have the chance to taste all sorts of bacon dishes at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. There are two separate tasting events, the first from noon to 3 pm and the second 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm. This event is expecting bacon dishes from up to 40 restaurants and celebrity cooks from the San Diego area and further afield. The beer offerings are coming from about 30 different breweries in the San Diego and Southern California region.

Tickets are available for advance purchase and on the day of the event. General admission tickets include unlimited bacon dish samples and the visitors’ choice of 10 samples of beer that are 3 ounces each. Advance tickets for general admission are $55, while general admission tickets the day of the event are $65. VIP ticket holders get everything available to general admission guests, and they are allowed into the event an hour earlier and have special seating during the event. The cost of these advance VIP tickets is $75 with an additional $10 added for purchases on the day of the event. Piglet and Sober Pig tickets range in price from $45 to $75, depending on the date they are purchased. Piglets and Sober Pigs get the same wonderful selection of bacon featured food, but the ticket does not include the beer samples as they are catered towards the kids and designated drivers in the group.

Other exciting activities at the tasting include interesting bacon-themed games, promising fun for the whole family. Gear up for the 2014 Bacon Fest by booking your hotel near San Diego Bay in Downtown, a great place for post-festival pork dishes.

If you’re in need of an affordable downtown San Diego hotel room, call Marina Inn & Suites at 1-800-571-2933 to ask about our available rooms, discounts and complimentary amenities.


Free Hosted Bars in San Diego: How to Snag a Free Drink Downtown


San Diego can be one of the most exciting cities in the world to visit, but it can also be one of the most expensive. So if you’re looking to save money while still painting the town red and experiencing San Diego’s nightlife scene, we have some must-read tips for you. If you’re ready to hit the bars and clubs while sticking to your budget, the trick is to find the city’s hosted bars and VIP hook-ups where party people can score a free cocktail, no strings attached.

If you do not already know about Hosted San Diego, then you should familiarize yourself with their twitter page and other social media resources. They always have new deals with some of the best hot spots in San Diego to provide tourists and locals alike with free drinks.

These promotions are done in tandem with liquor companies who are looking to make a great impression with the highflying, jet setting clientele that come through San Diego on a consistent basis. Companies such as 619Vodka have been known to host events at swanky and popular hotels such as the Hard Rock San Diego and the Seven Grand Hotel. These hosted bars typically require that you sign up for their VIP email list online in order to receive the 1-2 hour hosted bar. For those unfamiliar with “hosted bars” – this is a designated time frame where bar goers can receive free drinks, on the house.

Be sure to keep up with the Hosted San Diego twitter page @HostedSanDiego. Stay on the lookout for promotions at your favorite bars and clubs because it is likely that you will be able to get other deals directly on their websites as well.

For more savings, steals and freebies, check out Marina Inn for a cheap San Diego Convention Center hotel located near Downtown San Diego. When you book a room at Marina Inn, you’ll be walking distance from Downtown San Diego, the San Diego Bay and all guests receive a complimentary buffet breakfast each morning.

If you’re trying to find a cheap San Diego Downtown Hotels near Little Italy next to all of the best local nightlife, Marina Inn has just the room you’re looking for. For more information about the San Diego Marina Inn and our available discounts, call us at 1-800-571-2933.


Top San Diego Beer Tour Companies


Plato once said, “He was a wise man who invented beer.” We agree. Experiencing a city’s craft beer is a great way to immerse yourself in a small niche community while mingling with friendly locals. San Diego has quickly turned into one of the craft beer capitals of the world, with people traveling far and wide to taste some of the these hop-filled suds. If you’re a brew lover, don’t be shy about taking a San Diego beer tour to experience the city and meet some fascinating people.

La Jolla Wine Tours Beer Train

Climb aboard the best train around: the Beer Train! The train will take you along the coast of San Diego where you’ll get a chance to visit some of the area’s best breweries. Tours begin at 12:30 pm downtown and end around 5:30 pm, meaning you get five solid hours of beautiful San Diego coastline and five hours of tasty beer. The tour includes about one mile of guided walking tours to go over the area’s history. Enjoy an authentic and tasty brewpub lunch to fill your tummies before you sample the myriad of craft beers that you drink on the train! Tickets are just $89 each, plus a $12 train ticket per passenger. Grab your cheap San Diego Convention Center hotel room at Marina Inn, conveniently located just a few blocks from the downtown San Diego trolley stop.

Scavengers Beer Adventure

Scavengers offers a variety of tours, allowing you to customize your beer tour to your liking. The Saturday Beer Safari ($99-119) takes you around town in a not-so-subtle Swiss Military Vehicle to tastings at three craft breweries and delicious hometown favorite, Phil’s BBQ. You’ll also get a tasting glass with the Scavengers’ logo. The Captain Seabirds Beer Exploration takes you to three craft breweries and taprooms, provides pizza for lunch, and a free souvenir glass with a Seabirds logo. Guests also get to go on a tour of the Oceanside Harbor areas. Private tours are also available for a little extra cash.

Brew Hop

Enjoy “great friends, cold beer, and a hot ride” with Brew Hop tours. This company will talk to you personally so you can design the best tour for your visit. Every route and brewery that’s visited is customized to fit your desires and personality! If you want a party-like experience, try the Connoisseur Tour that lasts five hours and includes transportation with a professional driver, your own personal VIP tour host, private tours at each location you visit, samples at all breweries, and even gratuities for bar staff. Depending on the places you visit, some will have teamed up with local food trucks so you can experience local grub with your beer.

No matter what beer tour you decide to jump aboard, we’re sure you won’t be disappointed in the craft beer tasting options in San Diego. These 3 beer tour companies know exactly where to take you so you can get the full San Diego experience. However, if you’d like to visit local breweries on your own time, visit the San Diego Brewer’s Guild website where you can download a free map and beer guide. As for the perfect starting off point, make sure to book a room near downtown San Diego. Marina Inn is the perfect San Diego Downtown Hotel near Little Italy, within walking distance several craft beer dream-lands such as Craft & Commerce, Ballast Point, the Stone tasting room and Bottle Craft.

An added bonus when booking with the Marina Inn hotel is that guests get a complimentary buffet breakfast to fill up on before beginning their beer adventure. To book your room today, call 1-800-571-2933 to see if you qualify for the early booking discount.


Guide to Main Street in North Park


North Park in San Diego went from a run-down residential district to an urban haven for trend setters, young families and professionals alike. The community has been spruced up throughout the years but still hold onto its small town charm, rejecting fast food outlets and similar modern chain stores. North Park is known for revamping old businesses and turning them into something magnificent. For example, the oldest surviving fire station in San Diego – located in North Park – has been transformed and now holds a gym, multiple boutiques, a craft beer tasting room and a wine bar!

North Park Main Street is a Business Improvement District (BID) located northeast of downtown San Diego with one boundary being Balboa Park and the hotels near Balboa Park San Diego. Balboa Park is considered to be the largest urban cultural park in America, which includes several museums and the famous San Diego Zoo. The goal of the BID is to bring new life and vitality to the district and to inspire the owners to restore and maintain the historic and cultural atmosphere.

Most of the main attractions are within a few blocks of 30th Street, which is a very walkable 2.5 mile area. Since the shops usually don’t open until midday, you can spend the earlier hours at the confectionery known as Eclipse Chocolate with its delicious chocolates, delightful coffee creations and eclectic brunch menu.

At lunchtime you might want to try the Carnitas’ Snack Shack with its pork-tastic delicacies or Station Tavern & Burgers, a burger and suds joint.

Later, kindly stop by the trendy new joint called Polite Provisions with cocktails in a bar styled as a pharmacy and soda fountain; or try craft beers and pizza at the uniquely-named Blind Lady Ale House. For dinner, dine at the English-style Jaynes Gastropub for foodie-friendly fare.

The boutiques are amazing. Make Good showcases handmade goods by more than 130 San Diego and Tijuana artisans. Bad Madge & Company and Progress feature vintage and resale furniture and other items including gifts. Junc Life & Style offers Colorado gifts, clothing and home accessories. Graffiti Beach Indie Boutique carries unusual eco-friendly products made in California, such as jewelry made from recycled drum cymbals and bamboo sunglass frames!

For a full day of food, fun and shopping, head to Main Street in North Park. Before heading out on your fun San Diego vacation, book a room at one of the city’s top San Diego Downtown hotels near Little Italy so that you can explore two of the area’s trendiest towns located within 5 miles of each other.

Call Marina Inn hotel at 1-800-571-2933 to reserve your room at a safe, affordable and ideally situated San Diego hotel.


Vans Warped Tour ’14


The amazing travelling music festival Vans Warped Tour 2014 will be making a stop in Chula Vista at the Sleep Train Amphitheater on Wednesday, June 25. See all your favorite bands in one place with a stunning lineup including The Ghost Inside, The Summer Set, For Today, Falling in Reverse, Front Porch Step, Air Dubai and more. Here’s what you need to know, a guide to the Vans Warped Tour, presented by the Marina Inn & Suites in downtown San Diego.

Tickets are available on-line through your local tour date page on the Vans Warped Tour website, which also includes information on the bands playing at your locale, parking and transportation logistics, and more. Buy tickets from Ticketmaster or at select outlets located at Kroger, Giant Eagle, Wal-Mart and other retailers. Be sure to bring your ticket or print-out to the concert. If you haven’t purchased ahead, tickets are usually available the day of the show; check the website before heading to make sure of availability. Minors (under 18) are allowed one complimentary parent or guardian admission per show; escort tickets are non-transferable and are available only at the yellow-top Vans Warped Tour guest van near the entrance venue.


Doors usually open at 11:00 am the day of the concert and shows are closed down by 9:00 pm. Folks aiming to get in early and avoid long lines can head to the Feed Our Children NOW! Tent and make a $5.00 donation contribute three canned goods or donate a used cell phone; in return you’ll get a skip the line wristband and do some good too.

To Bring and Not to Bring

Stay cool and comfortable by wearing comfortable sneakers, a hat and plenty of sunscreen. One sealed bottle of water is allowed, which can be refilled at hydration stations throughout the venue. Bottled water is also available. You’ll also want to bring a snack, small camera, sharpie for autographs and a fully charged cell phone. Items not allowed include chains, professional cameras, recording devices, alcohol, firearms, weapons, knives or illegal substances.

Stay Cool

Along with free water refills, Warped offers designated shade tents, misting stations and an awesome slip and slide. There’s even a Reverse Day Care air-conditioned tent for parents needing a break from the heat and music.

Where to Stay

If you’re visiting from out of town, consider staying at the cheap Marina Inn in downtown San Diego. With affordable rates and a central location, less than 20 minutes from the venue, you can enjoy everything that downtown San Diego has to offer before and after the actual day of the concert. Our San Diego Zoo hotel is near the famous Balboa Park, Gaslamp Quarter, Little Italy and so much more. For more information about cheap hotels for the Vans Warped Tour, contact a Reservation Specialist at 1-80-571-2933.

Fun and Free ways to Celebrate Dad this Fathers Day in San Diego


Father’s Day is just around the corner, on June 15, so it’s time to lock in some fun plans for dad this weekend during your time in San Diego. Celebrate with Dad this coming Fathers Day by taking him to some of the free events being offered in America’s Finest City if you’re looking to celebrate without going over budget.

4th Annual San Diego Father’s Day Fest and Walk

On Saturday, June 14, from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., this popular free event will be held at the UTC Westfield Mall to celebrate and give thanks to fathers, whether civilian or military. Perhaps Dad will like to take part in the Amateur BBQ Cook-Off, watch live entertainment, learn about the “Man Cave” and much more.

Torrey Pines Gliderport

Free live music is presented every Saturday evening through September at the oceanfront Cliffhanger Cafe, where you can watch gliders soar. The Gliderport is a private-use city-owned glider airport which is the home to paragliding, hang gliding, radio-controlled model sailplanes, and full-scale man-carrying sailplanes. If you really want to take your dad or loved one for the ride of their life, sign your pops up for a tandem paragliding session!

Chula Vista U.S. Olympic Training Center

Tour this 155-acre complex, which is dedicated to the development and performance of America’s future Olympic and Paralympic athletes. The large facility houses 4 soccer fields, 6 sand volleyball courts, 3 BMX tracks and has areas dedicated to almost every Olympic sport imaginable.

Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Free public outdoor walking tours will be given on Friday, June 13, and Saturday, June 14 from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. as well as on the second and fourth Fridays of every month. Visit historic buildings and walk on the 1,090-foot-long working research Scripps Pier of one of the world’s most prestigious marine and earth sciences research institutions. A map and tour details will be provided with advance registration confirmation.

Balboa Park and Museums

This is the largest urban cultural park in America and has some of San Diego’s top attractions such as: the San Diego Zoo, an IMAX Theater, multiple botanical gardens and 17 museums. There is free Tuesday admission on a rotating basis, free guided tours on Fridays at 1:00 p.m., and a free organ concert at the Spreckels Organ Pavilion on Sundays.


Continue saving money by booking your cheap San Diego hotel room at Marina Inn & Suites. Dad will enjoy the complimentary buffet breakfast, in-room WiFi and ESPN/HBO on TV. You can’t beat our location close to downtown San Diego.

If you want to take dad to a Padre’s Game then you should book a room at one of the area’s cheap hotels near Petco Park Downtown San Diego. Marina Inn would love to help you celebrate Father’s Day in San Diego, which is why we’re currently offering discounts that are good for up to 12% off already low room rates. Call us today at 1-800-571-2933 to book your Father’s Day stay in San Diego.


The Best Hole-in-the-Wall Restaurants in San Diego


San Diego is considered one of the most beautiful destinations in the world which is why thousands of visitors flock to stay in affordable San Diego hotels every year. Between the outside attractions and scenic views, there is much to enjoy about this city on the coast. While our award-winning restaurant scene is known far and wide among foodies, sometimes trying the city’s hole-in-the-wall restaurants can prove to be a delightful dining experience, one that is usually only had by locals.

Lolita’s Taco Shop | 7305 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, 92111

Known for their authentic ingredients and ample portions, Lolita’s is a favorite for their carne asada fries and large California burritos. Although the restaurant is often overlooked, it makes for Mexican food that rivals what you’d find south of the border.

Paesano | 30th St, 92104

With their homemade sauces and traditional menu items, Paesano is known as a secret gem in the community for their affordable choices. It’s known as a humble neighborhood Italian restaurant with large portions served to regular customers.

Bay Park Fish Co. | 4121 Ashton St, 92111

Bay Park Fish Co., located – as one would suspect – close to the San Diego Bay, offers a wide variety of fresh seafood options. Some local favorites include the campechana and the macadamia crusted halibut. The food is seasonal and they also carry an exceptional wine selection.

Imperial Mandarin | 3904 Convoy St #102, 92111

Known for serving the best Chinese food in the city, Imperial Mandarin serves dim sum from 11 AM to 9 PM with sides that include wonton soup, salt and pepper chicken wings, and peking duck. Their authentic choices and late-night menu are a hit in the community.

Con Pane Rustic Breads & Café | 2750 Dewey Rd., Ste 105, 92106

This small but beloved bakery has been serving up the city’s best cinnamon rolls, grilled cheese sandwiches and turkey cobbs for years. If you’re looking for fresh baked goods, affordable and delicious menu items, all served in a cozy and quaint setting, this is your best bet. Locals have managed to keep this bakery under wraps for too long! Satiate your sweet tooth after breakfast or lunch with once or there over-sized, made-fresh-daily cookies.

So many options, so little time! Experiencing the food and culture of San Diego is a definite “must” when vacationing in this great city. Book a cheap hotel near San Diego airport to be right in the middle of all the action, next to public transportation options and also near the beautiful San Diego Bay. Marina Inn, located off of the famous Pacific Coast Highway, is one of the most affordable, comfortable and safe hotels in the downtown San Diego area.

If you’re looking to book a room at a cheap hotel in downtown San Diego, call
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Make Your Own Gaslamp Pub Crawl


The sixteen and a half block development in downtown San Diego dates back to the mid 1800s when it was the center of “off color” entertainment for sailors and fisherman. Today, the large number of historic buildings have been restored and re-purposed as restaurants, shops and bars. The Gaslamp Quarter has San Diego’s largest concentration of bars, and it’s the ideal place to experience the world famous San Diego nightlife.

You can design your own pub crawl, and experience the best of the Gaslamp all day long. Book your cheap downtown San Diego hotel and be sure to hit up these five bars when planning your DIY Downtown pub crawl:

Need an eye opener? The Star Bar at 423 E Street opens at 6 AM. Often referred to as “the best dive bar in San Diego,” the Star Bar has cheap pours and busy pool tables. The friendly bartenders accept cash only, but there is an ATM on site. This is a great place to talk to bar regulars with colorful stories of “the good ‘ol days.”

The Taste and Thirst probably has the earliest happy hour in San Diego, with bottomless mimosas until 2 PM and a delicious breakfast menu. Their more traditional happy hour runs from 3 PM to 8 PM with half price drinks and half off selected appetizers.

Dick’s Last Resort will provide you with a bar experience like no other. A 3PM – 6PM daily happy hour brings great prices on appetizers, select bottles and drafts. Try the deep fried alligator bites or a bucket of wings. Dick’s, located at 345 5th Avenue, is not for the sensitive type. Servers and staff are known to playfully pick on customers, throw straws and wait tables with sarcastic sense of humor in tow.

A favorite with locals, Hennessey’s at 708 4th Avenue, has a happy hour that runs from 4 PM to 7 PM. A $5 bill can get customers well drinks, wine by the glass, jumbo drafts and their famous Irish coffee. Appetizers are only $5 as well, and they offer a great selection of Buffalo chicken bites, Teriyaki chicken skewers, and meatball sliders. If you’re hungry later, swing back to this location as Hennessey’s has the only kitchen in the Gaslamp open until 1 AM.

Wrap up the night with tequila, tacos, and tunes at La Puerta, at 546 4th Avenue, open until 2 AM daily. Hand crafted cocktails with the freshest ingredients and juices are the pride of La Puerta, and they take the same approach and pride with their food menu which includes street tacos, tortas, burritos, and their very special “Surf and Turf fries.”

No matter your taste in food, beverages, or entertainment, a do-it-yourself pub crawl will give you an insider’s experience of San Diego nightlife. You can either map out your destinations in advance or start at your cheap San Diego convention center hotel and work your way north through Downtown’s 4th and 5th avenues.

For a cheap hotel located near downtown San Diego nightlife, call Marina Inn & Suites at 1-800-571-2933. We offer AAA, AARP and military discounts and have pet-friendly room options for your furry travel companions.

An Insider’s Guide to the 2014 San Diego County Fair


Beginning on June 7 and running for nearly a month, the San Diego County Fair delights Southern Californians and visitors alike – and has been an annual attraction since the 1880s. Beginning as a strictly agricultural exhibition space, the fair had different names and locations until settling in at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, where it has remained since 1936.

While plenty of animal and commercial exhibits remain, the emphasis at the Del Mar Fairgrounds is on entertainment, fun and food. The theme this year is “The Fab Fair”, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Beatles arriving in America.

Read these tips to make your San Diego County Fair experience more enjoyable and don’t wait to schedule your stay at one of the cheap hotels in downtown San Diego.


Daily passes are available for purchase at the fairgrounds and several San Diego area merchants offer discount coupons on specific days. A pass for the entire run of the fair is an economical buy for enthusiasts, and the $24 ticket is available at area Albertson’s grocery stores. Children under 5 are always free, and the 6-12 age group gets free admission on two Tuesdays. There are many other deals and discounts offered which can be viewed at


Public transportation via train or bus means you don’t have to hassle with driving, but if you take the car, ample parking is available at the grounds for $10. Insiders know that free parking with a complimentary shuttle is located at Torrey Pines High School, MiraCosta College in Cardiff, and the Horsepark on El Camino Real in Del Mar.

Music and Entertainment

The fair is full of musical acts and entertainers from morning until night, including bands of national note as well as amateur talent competitions. Many of the shows including some of the biggest acts are free with your fair admission. A complete line up of the entertainment scheduled is viewable online at the fair’s website.

Food, Food, Food

One of the best things of any fair, and it’s no exception here, is the broad selection of fun and unique fair foods. No matter your taste of budget, you’ll find plenty of food and beverage options at the fair. Be sure to bring money for your favorite fried foods, ice cream, turkey legs and cotton candy.

Just for the Kids

There are many games and competitions geared towards children, who are admitted free on two Tuesdays: June 24 and July 1. Popular food stands will be selling reduced size kids’ portions at discounts this year and you can also look for “Kids Meal Deals” signs throughout the fair for other targeted refreshments. Family Funfield, located in the infield area of the track, has special exhibits, entertainment and attractions that are family-oriented.


A host of services are designed to make your visit more enjoyable including picnic areas, ATMs, information booths, stroller and wheel chair rental, and a lost and found.


From the South, take Interstate 5 (the San Diego Freeway) twenty miles north of downtown until you reach the Via de la Valle exit, turning left on Via de la Valle until you reach Jimmy Durante Boulevard, where you will take another left. Follow the signs and parking personnel from that point.

Make transportation and accommodations easy by grabbing a cheap hotel near San Diego airport. Marina Inn and Suites is a top and trusted budget inn located near freeway access to the fairgrounds, top local attractions and of course, the San Diego Airport. Make the most of your summer vacation by booking at room with family friendly amenities at Marina Inn.

For more information on our available vacation packages and room discounts at Marina Inn hotel San Diego, call us at 1-800-571-2933.

Last Minute Tips for the San Diego Health & Fitness Expo


The San Diego Health & Fitness Expo will take place May 30 and 31 at the San Diego Convention Center. The two day event will be packed with over 80 exhibitors and demonstrations designed to enhance your healthy life. The expo is put on in conjunction with the San Diego Rock n’ Roll Marathon, which kicks off at 6:15 AM on Sunday, June 1. Expect downtown San Diego delays as over 30,000 pairs of jogging shoe clad feet swarm the streets along with road closures which will surely impact driving conditions on race day. For a complete list of road and freeway closures visit the race website at A surefire way to beat the traffic is to make reservations at one of the city’s cheap San Diego convention center hotels.

Once visitors make it into the Expo inside the San Diego Convention Center, they’ll be treated to a vast array of health-inspired fun. Products on display will include the very latest in running shoes, athletic apparel, health and nutrition products and much more.

Speakers and Demonstrations

Every 30 minutes on Friday and Saturday, starting at 12:30 PM on Friday, and 10 AM Saturday, expo attendees will be able to meet and hear from some of America’s running champions, including past winners of the Boston Marathon and staff from Competitor Magazine. World class marathoners will explain ways to find a balance with family life and the grueling training the marathoners undergo.

Before and After the Expo

With the convention center’s location in San Diego’s famous Gaslamp Quarter – consisting of 16 blocks of restored historical buildings housing restaurants, shops, and nightspots – you might consider extending your vacation in San Diego to include some of the nearby sights, attractions and nightlife. There are plenty of cheap hotels in downtown San Diego offering extended stay discounts
Just need to relax? On the bayside of the convention center, you’ll find the Embarcadero Marina Park South complete with bike and hiking paths, exercise stations, picnic tables, gazebos, concessions stand and a fishing pier.

Hours, Tickets, Parking

Doors to the fit expo open at 11 a.m. on Friday, and 9 a.m. on Saturday, with early entry available to “TourPass” purchasers, otherwise admission to the expo is free.

Parking at the convention center is $15; however, alternative parking locations are available throughout downtown San Diego in nearby parking garages for a similar fee.

As traffic to and around the convention center is expected to be congested both days during the expo, San Diego public transportation can make your day less stressful. The San Diego Trolley has two stops on the Green Line located directly in front of the convention center. There are also plenty of taxi cabs and pedicabs available downtown to help you navigate San Diego streets.


There’s no need for transportation if you booked a room at Marina Inn, located less than two miles from the San Diego Convention Center. Our cheap San Diego marathon hotel is the perfect race day getaway, located walking distance to everything in Downtown San Diego and we offer all hotel guests a free buffet breakfast every morning.

To book a room before we sell out, call a reservations specialist at 1-800-571-2933 and be sure to ask about our available discounts.

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