Archive for February, 2011

The Wally Parks NHRA Museum Will Be Rockin’ This Weekend During the Winternationals!

Thursday, February 24th, 2011
The Winternationals at Pomona

The Winternationals are happening at Pomona this weekend

As drag racing in the United States gets kicked off this weekend in it’s spiritual home of Pomona, California, thousands will come to see 10,000 horsepower Top Fuel Dragsters duel to over 300 miles per hour over an 1/8th mile straight.  It is an ear-smashing, spine-rollicking phenomena, among the most spectacular in the world of motorsports and indeed of industrial capacity.

But a few of those spectators might forget to take the journey around the corner to the museum, which will be open for business and displaying the roots of that spectacle – where it all started and the journey that brought the sport where it is.  Inside the museum, there are Funny Cars (1000 bhp+ monsters that look a little bit more like the cars we drive every day than the rocketship-esque Top Fuel Dragsters), land speed record breakers, hot rods, and amazing pieces of technical and artistic marvel from throughout Pomona’s, California’s, and the World’s collective search for speed and power.

For serious gearheads, a trip to the museum could take an hour or more – but for the more casual spectator, you can rush through and get a flavor in 15 – 30 minutes.  The museum gift shop has truly unique apparel and models that are difficult to find anywhere else – and make for the best souvenirs of the weekend.

So while you’re in awe of the cars racing down the dragstrip this year and you decide your ears and body just need a break, take respite in the phenomenal Wally Parks Motorsports Museum – any stop every good gearhead needs to make.

Greater Hope Foundation is Making Sure Foster Teens Can Make it to the Formal Dance

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

Greater Hope Foundation for Children is an NFP that matches foster children with foster parents in the high-need area of California’s high desert.  This year, as every year, Helena Smith is trying to make sure that the young men and

The Greater Hope Foundation for Children

GHF is accepting donations of dresses and tuxedos for foster youth

women in foster care can have the choice.

The teenage years are trying regardless of financial capability.  But imagine being asked or wanting to ask that special person you’ve had your eye on to “The Big Dance”, but not having the choice to go because you can’t afford to dress appropriately.  It’s that debacle that The Greater Hope Foundation is trying to stem this year by taking donations of your old “best duds”.

So, go through your closet and see if you can find a dress, tux or suit you’ll never wear again and send it to the Greater Hope Foundation.  They can be contacted through their Web Site at

Sitecon Concrete Construction, Inc. Is Online for Los Angeles

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

Sitecon Concrete Construction, Inc. goes Online

Sitecon Concrete Construction, Inc. ( has been serving local government and small business for years, so they recently took the step to help potential clients better understand their impressive capabilities in the concrete construction by launching their new Web Site,

Michael Nolen, principle of Sitecon, Inc., said that it was important to him that his potential clients could check him out online during the proposal phase. “I want people to see the projects that we’ve done, because when you look at them, you can see what we’re capable of – which is a lot!” And it’s true, when you see both the intricacy and the scale of the jobs Sitecon is achieving excellent ratings on, you get the idea that this company can get the job done, on time, and on budget.

We congratulate Michael and Sitecon Concrete Construction, Inc. for taking the step to get online, and we’re sure their new presence will help people understand just how good they are.