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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                              Sept 30, 2013

Contact Frank Murch, Owner

Signs for San Diego 760-730-5118

[email protected]

http://www.signsforsandiego.com/

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Signs for San Diego, a sign company located at 3800 Oceanic Drive 116, Oceanside, CA 92056, sponsored  23 runners  including 17 high school girls from Oceanside with shirts on Saturday.

 

The young athletes all completed the race. Many were students from Martin Luther King Middle School and El Camino High School Track Teams. The teens competed in the 14 – 19 year old category  and took first, second, fourth and fifth place in that category. Taylor Shelgosh finished first in 30 minutes and 42 seconds , Alex Hernandez finished 2nd, Ilona Malinovska finished 4th and Marissa Horton finished 5th with a 31 minute 26second time.

The boot camp challenge is a 5k race with the same obstacles Marine recruits run in basic training. The course is monitored by the same drill instructors (DIs) and they “urge” the runners on commanding in rapid-fire voices. The colorful inspiration. "Run, Run , It’s a race, get up and move" is bellowed out of the DIs.

More than 2,000 civilians raced in all age categories. The ladies won “bragging rights” for finishing a three-mile obstacle course designed for recruits at the boot camp here in San Diego.

The three-mile course has tunnels, trenches, logs to jump over, logs to crawl under, walls to climb, hay bales to jump, and push-ups to perform.

Basic training has been conducted on this base since 1923. It is a historic experience no Marine ever forgets. The Boot Camp Challenge gives civilians a look into this 13-week basic training process of turning boys and girls into men and women.

 

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Contact: Signs for San Diego at 760-730-5118

 

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                             July 23, 2013

Contact Frank Murch, Owner

Signs for San Diego 760-730-5118

[email protected]

http://www.signsforsandiego.com/

 

July 23, 2013 - Nothing captivates, directs, convinces or appeals like a sign made with a delicate touch of professionalism and creativity. And that is the sign of what is to come: signs from the new custom signs company – Signs for San Diego! The doors flew open for serious business in 3800 Oceanic Drive, Oceanside, California on 23th July to serve businesses of all sizes throughout San Diego. The company specializes in top range custom design, manufacturing and installation of interior and exterior of all kinds, including building, lobby, event, monument and traffic signs, banners, trade show displays, window and vehicle graphics and custom wall murals.

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The founder and owner, Frank Murch, had this to say: “We offer a complete range of services, from sign concept and design to manufacture and installation.” Frank Murch boasts experience spanning over 30 years in sales and marketing arena within the electronics industry. He has a technical focus with a background in science. He took his first job as a technical support and sales manager for Heraeus' Japanese subsidiary. The following two decades saw Frank’s through numerous managerial positions in sales, marketing, and product management for Heraeus, as well for Universal Instruments, Asymtek, and Ablestik.

 

Frank is a problem-solving and leadership guru. He has authored numerous papers and articles in international trade publications. He credits his success to a simple philosophy of employing innovative ways to help his customers succeed. He earned his B.S. in Physics and Japanese Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder; his M.S. in Software Engineering from Penn State University, Great Valley; and his MBA in Marketing from California State University, San Marcos.

 

About Us:

Signs for San Diego is part of a conglomeration of 270 independent sign companies across the country with access to ongoing technical and business training as well as group wholesale purchasing discounts. The collective expertise and support of the group helps its members offer customers a wider range of services than a standalone sign business with fewer restrictions and lower costs than a franchise.

 

Media Contact:

Contact Frank Murch, Owner

Signs for San Diego 760-730-5118

[email protected]
http://www.signsforsandiego.com/

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