Carpet Call Expands With Newest Store Location In Essendon, Victoria.
Carpet Call, the largest flooring retailer in the country, has proudly announced the opening of its newest store location at 527 Keilor Road, Essendon in Victoria. The new Carpet Call store, which opened its doors for business on January 5, 2015, marks the 68th retail location throughout Australia.
From its humble beginnings in 1975 as an owner-operated one-man shop at Alderley on the Northside of Brisbane, Carpet Call has grown into the premiere Australian source for high quality carpets, bamboo, timber and laminate and rugs. In addition to inviting customers to one of their store locations, including the newest in Essendon, Carpet Call also offers the time-saving convenience of purchasing quality rugs online.
Since opening its first store location, Carpet Call has been dedicated to providing its customers with the highest level of service, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When customers hear its familiar “call call carpet call” jingle, they can rest assured they are dealing with the most reputable supplier of rugs, carpet, timber, laminate and quality flooring.
Carpet Call’s superior customer service program includes a free in-home measure and complimentary shop at home service to ensure the best style and colour to meet the customer’s needs. One of the most unique features offered by Carpet Call at its new Essendon location and any of its other locations is the “try before you buy” policy. Customers may take home up to three rugs to experience them in their own environment prior to making a purchase decision.
All products offered by Carpet Call have been sourced from the finest manufacturers from all over the world. Busy customers pressed for time are invited to take advantage of Carpet Call’s free in-home shopping service, offered on a round the clock basis. Busy customers can also browse and buy rugs online by visiting Carpet Call’s popular online store. The Carpet Call online shopping experience not only saves customers time and money but also affords them the same customized personal service that Carpet Call customers experience at the new Essendon location and 67 other Carpet Call stores throughout Australia.
Carpet Call encourages customers to pick up the phone at any time to ask questions regarding any of its products or to seek expert advice on the best colour, style and flooring material to suit their residential or commercial needs by calling 1300 502 427.
The launch of Carpet Call’s newest location at 527 Keilor Road, Essendon in Victoria, continues their commitment to offering the highest personalised customer service and the highest quality and array of rugs, carpets and flooring materials for use in homes and offices throughout Australia.
Posted On: Essendon, Victoria January 23, 2015
Recipe Hacker reviews have been popping up all over the Internet and HealthyandFitZone.com reveals the truth about this new way of eating that not only promotes fat loss, but better health as well.
Recipe Hacker includes healthy and tasty recipes that don’t pack on the pounds and even help take them off with their fat-busting ingredients. This has caught attention of HealthyandFitZone.com’s Stan Stevenson, prompting an investigative review.
“Our Recipe Hacker review shows that it removes the sugar, grain, soy, dairy and gluten from your favorite foods, which means no more bloated or lethargic feeling after eating. But, the recipe book goes beyond that. It replaces those unhealthy ingredients, which are causing you to pack on the pounds and experience ill health with healthy and fat-burning ingredients,” reports Stevenson. “Diana’s recipes are laid out in an easy to read manner. You get the prep time, cook time, serving size and full instructions. There is a picture with each recipe to help you figure out if yours turned out as pretty as hers. This new wave of eating healthy to lose weight is exciting.”
Recipe Hacker includes substitutes for favorite ingredients such as almond flour for white flour, raw honey for sugar and coconut milk for dairy. Just a few of the recipes are banana pancakes, cinnamon rolls (with icing), chocolate muffins, everything bagels, onion rings, pretzel bites, roasted onion dip, enchiladas, pizza dough, cauliflower rice, Chile pesto noodles, Jalapeno skillet cornbread, chocolate fudge cake, caramel apple pie and so much more.
“Now, you can go on a diet without having to count calories with the help of this recipe book. All you have to do is follow the recipe, eat healthy portions and watch the fat come off. Eat great foods and lose weight without counting calories,” says Stevenson. “Recipes for breakfast, appetizers, main dishes, sides and desserts are detailed, come with pictures and have been taste approved by not only adults, but kids as well. All ingredients are easy to get from your local grocery store and promote good health for you and everyone you cook for.”
“This Recipe Hacker review should have convinced you that you can eat your favorite foods or variations of them, without worrying about packing on the pounds. In fact, you can eat them and watch the pounds fall off! Stop dieting, counting calories, eliminating certain tastes all together and eating foods with no taste that makes you run back to your favorite unhealthy foods. The recipes in this book include plenty of fat-burning ingredients. More energy, less bloating and an overall sense of well-being is what you can also expect from trying them. It truly is an amazing experience and just a matter of time before healthy eating becomes the new way of life!”
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Posted On: Houston, TX December 04, 2014
Every sentence we hear is instantly analyzed by an inner grammar; just as a prism refracts a beam of light, grammar divides a stream of sound, linking diverse strings of details to different domains of mind — memory, vision, emotions, intentions. In The Prism of Grammar, Tom Roeper brings the abstract principles behind modern grammar to life by exploring the astonishing intricacies of child language. Adult expressions provide endless puzzles for the child to solve. The individual child’s solutions (“Don’t uncomfortable the cat” is 1 example) may amuse adults but they also reveal the complexity of language and the challenges of mastering it. The tiniest utterances, says Roeper, reflect the whole mind and engage the child’s free will and sense of dignity. He offers numerous and novel “explorations” — many at the cutting edge of current work — that anyone can try, even in conversation around the dinner table.
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