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  1. 1. Insurance/Financial Services
  2. 2. Insurance/Financial Services1ST CAPITAL BANK Monterey County, bountiful. 1st Capital Bank, boundless. Monterey County, a wealth of riches. From Monterey County, a wealth of riches. From fertile soils to rugged coastline and warming sun fertile soils to rugged coastline and warming sun to fog-cooled sea breezes, Salinas is the ideal to fog-cooled sea breezes, Salinas is the ideal environment for plentitude. Monterey County serves environment for plentitude. Monterey County serves up not only the salad, but the entrées, desserts, the up not only the salad, but the entrées, desserts, the cheese course, the wines...even the centerpiece. cheese course, the wines...even the centerpiece. 1st Capital Bank, Monterey County’s newest, 1st Capital Bank, Monterey County’s newest, independent, locally-owned and managed financial independent, locally-owned and managed financial institution recognizes this is just part of the picture. institution recognizes this is just part of the picture. It takes people, businesses, organizations, vision It takes people, businesses, organizations, vision and hard work all coming together to make it from and hard work all coming together to make it from field to table. It takes financial planning, resources field to table. It takes financial planning, resources and an understanding of agribusiness to support and an understanding of agribusiness to support that vision and to ensure the hard work pays off. that vision and to ensure the hard work pays off. 1st Capital Bank. We share your dreams. And 1st Capital Bank. We share your dreams. And we have the experience, knowledge and financial we have the experience, knowledge and financial resources to help you realize them. resources to help you realize them. Salinas Monterey Corporate Member FDIC 1097-B South Main Street 470 Tyler Street 5 Harris Court www.1stCapitalBank.com Salinas, CA 93901 Monterey, CA 93940 Ryan Ranch 831.540.4080 831.264.4070 831.264.4000
  3. 3. Insurance/Financial Services VALLEY REPUBLIC BANK Funds Transfer Agreement This Funds Transfer Agreement (“Agreement”) is dated _____________, 200_, and is entered into between ____________________________ (“Customer”) and Valley Republic Bank (“Bank”) The Bank will transfer funds between accounts of Customer and/or third parties upon receipt of properly authorized requests from the Customer or an Authorized Person designated by Customer. To help ensure the security and integrity of Customer’s accounts and transfer requests, the Bank Authorized Person who the Customer authorizes to transfer their funds. Accordingly, Customer will sign and return this form to Bank, including the following information: Appendix A: Authorized Person(s) other than the account holders Appendix B: List of accounts to be debited, by number and titleB RUCE J AYPresident and CEO Customer will keep a copy of this Funds transfer Agreement for Customer’s records.D IRECTORS I. F UNDS T RANSFER A GREEMENTE UGENE V OILANDChairmanG REGORY B YNUM This Agreement is subject to, and incorporates the Terms for Account Disclosure and Fee Schedule,A NNETTE D AVIS and all amendments and supplements to any of them in effect from time to time (the “Disclosure”).A NTHONY L EGGIOA NGELO M AZZEI prevail. Customer, from time to time may request that Bank execute funds transfers or withdrawalW ILLIE R EYNEVELD instructions (“Funds Transfer”) from Customer’s Accounts. Accordingly, Customer authorizes BankC ARLOS S ANCHEZSHAWN SHAMBAUGH, MD to transfer on Customer’s behalf and agrees as follows:J AMES S HULER , MDR OBERT S TINE 1. Bank shall be under no obligation to make any transfer unless Customer has on deposit withO RGANIZERSD WIGHT B YRUME DWIN C AMP of making the funds transfer request and authorization. However, bank may, in its sole discre-G UPREET C HHINA tion execute a funds transfer which causes an overdraft in Customer’s account in which caseG ARY C OPE Customer shall be liable for the overdraft and any overdraft fees and interest thereon as set forthE LIE F EGHALI in the Disclosure which governs Customer’s account. Bank is authorized to honor and executeP ASCUAL G ARCIAE ARLE G IBBONS Funds Transfer issued by Customer or an Authorized Person, without inquiry into the circum-P AUL G ILLR AJU J ASSAR -M ICHAEL M ANNINGJ ACK P ANDOL plate hereby by deemed funds transfers subject to the applicable state law and/or the applicableW ARNER W ILLIAMS state uniform commercial code in which that account was opened.C HAD W RIGHT 2. Bank will exercise reasonable efforts to execute all funds transfer on the Business Day received when received prior to Bank’s daily deadline which Bank may establish from time to time. “Business Day” means that part of a day during which the Bank is open for the receipt and processing of funds transfer. Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays are not considered Business Days. Customer agrees that bank may handle funds transfer received from Customer and other customers in any order selected by Bank, and that Bank may use any means or routes which Bank, in its sole discretion, consider suitable for the transfer of funds. 3. For funds transfers made out of the account(s) with Bank, Bank will mail an advice to Customer at the address indicated in Bank’s records. The advice will only indicate the date and the amount of the transfer. Bank shall not be liable for interest compensation as set forth below, unless Bank advice or the Customer’s bank statement including the debit for the funds transfer in question, whichever is earlier. 5601 Truxtun Avenue #210 Telephone 661.716.7012 www.VRBank.com Bakersfield, CA 93309 Fax 661.716.7027
  4. 4. Insurance/Financial ServicesVRT INSURANCE SERVICES
  5. 5. Insurance/Financial ServicesFIDELITY NATIONAL
  6. 6. Insurance/Financial ServicesBRIDGEMARK GROUP
  7. 7. Insurance/Financial ServicesMOREMORTGAGEOPTIONS
  8. 8. Insurance/Financial ServicesFREMONT BANK
  9. 9. Technology
  10. 10. Technology DEFENTECT GROUP, INC. NEWS Defentect Launches Homeland Security Industrys First-To-Market CBRNE Sensor Management Platform Management, Monitoring and Messaging Integration Available WithALERT Defentects IP-Based DM3 (TM) NORWALK, Conn., June 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Defentect (OTC Bulletin Board: SLNH) announces theLifeStorage, Defentect Redefining Self Storage Security Standards commercial launch of the homeland security industrys first fully integrated management, monitoring and messagingExpanded Sale, Install of Defentect DM3(TM) Software Platform; CBRNE Threat Sensors software platform, DM3 (TM). The DM3(TM) platform coordinates control and management of multiple CBRNE (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive) sensors, coordinating the collection of data and facilitating response toNORWALK, Conn., June 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Defentect (OTC Bulletin Board: SLNH) announces an event. Defentects IP-based DM3 also affords a straightforward mechanism to add Defentect and third party threata $135,000 expanded sale of its management, monitoring and messaging software platform, DM3(TM) sensors to existing security systems, resulting in a unified and cost-effective solution which detects threats and notifies BRIEFand Gammatect(TM) radiation sensors to LifeStorage, operator of state-of-the-art, secure indoor self both camera management systems and appropriate personnel of the event.storage facilities. The ten location rollout in Chicago follows an initial $20,000 order for LifeStorage, "Following more than a year of development and successful testing at pilot installations in healthcare, transportationunderscoring the growing need for enhanced security technologies in the ongoing effort to safeguard and municipal security, Defentects flagship DM3 software is now commercially available," stated Frank OConnor,self storage facilities against CBRNE (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive) threats. president, Defentect. "DM3 was subjected to extensive testing for reliability, false positive mitigation, management and LifeStorage, Defentect Redefining Self Storage Security Standards"Weve taken this step to expand our original plan for a comprehensive security strategy. ThisSale, Install of Defentect DM3(TM) Software Platform; CBRNE Threat Sensors messaging under a variety of concept of operational scenarios -- unique to each industry and each installation. Expanded issomething our whole industry should do," said Christopher Barry, Partner, LifeStorage Centers. "Since DM3 and our sensors are IP-based, end users can easily add Defentect as well as many legacy threat sensors"LifeStorage operates in an industry numbering more than 52,000 facilities -- some 2.2 billionConn., June 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Defentect (OTC Bulletin Board: SLNH) announcesto existing security systems. It is delivered as a hosted application (application service provider, or ASP) or can be NORWALK, squarefeet of self storage in the United States. The U.S. government is increasingly relying$135,000 expanded sale of its management, monitoring and messaging software platform, DM3(TM)licensed for installation on an end users own system," explained Mr. OConnor. The company currently offers a on the industry tomonitor facilities in its effort to prevent future terrorist attacks." and Gammatect(TM) radiation sensors to LifeStorage, operator of state-of-the-art, secure indoor self Gammatect (TM) series of radiation sensors and Chemtect (TM) photoionization detectors used in measuring volatile storage facilities. The ten location rollout in Chicago follows an initial $20,000 order for LifeStorage, organic compounds (VOC)."Since DM3 and our sensors are IP-based, end users can easily add Defentect as well as many legacy underscoring the growing need for enhanced security technologies in the ongoing effort to safeguardthreat sensors to existing security systems. It is delivered as a hosted application (application service "We recognized that customers needed a management, monitoring and messaging platform to accommodate the self storage facilities against CBRNE (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive) threats.provider, or ASP) or can be licensed for installation on an end users own system," explained Mr. broad spectrum of CBRNE detection devices seamlessly, accurately and efficiently," continued Mr. OConnor.OConnor. The company currently offers Gammatect(TM) series of radiation sensors and Chemtect(TM) to expand our original plan for a comprehensive security strategy. This is "Weve taken this step "Defentects DM3 is that brain capable of integrating both our own and other commercial sensors and handling thephotoionization detectors used in measuring volatile organic compounds (VOC). something our whole industry should do," said Christopher Barry, Partner, LifeStorage Centers. data according to each customers unique requirements. And it does so very economically." he concluded. "LifeStorage operates in an industry numbering more than 52,000 facilities -- some 2.2 billion square"The system will be configured against specific radiological and chemical threats, with Defentects feet of self storage in the United States. The U.S. government is increasingly relying on the industry to About DefentectGT2(TM) gamma radiation sensor hardware and proprietary DM3(TM) system software installed in monitor facilities in its effort to prevent future terrorist attacks."tandem with Photovacs 2020ComboPRO photoionization detector (PID) for volatile organic compound Splinternet Holdings, Inc., headquartered in Norwalk, CT, is an intelligent threat awareness firm that develops and(VOC) measurements. "Since DM3 and our sensors are IP-based, end users can easily add Defentect as well as many legacy markets IP radiation detection systems. Defentect, a business unit of Splinternet, is committed to the discovery and threat sensors to existing security systems. It is delivered as a hosted application (application service deployment of advanced technologies for physical and homeland security. (OTC BB: SLNH)"Defentect worked with LifeStorage to engineer a system based on variables unique to their industry -- provider, or ASP) or can be licensed for installation on an end users own system," explained Mr.and characteristics specific to LifeStorages operation," noted Frank OConnor, president. "Defentects OConnor. The company currently offers Gammatect(TM) series of radiation sensors and Chemtect(TM)About Defentectintegrated threat awareness solutions are the efficient, economical and prudent choice in the ongoing photoionization detectors used in measuring volatile organic compounds (VOC).effort to deter, detect and defend against a wide range of threats; our DM3 software can accommodate Defentect (www.defentect.com) is a homeland security technology firm offering intelligent threat awareness solutionsa broad range or combination of threat sensors beyond the radiation sensors we make ourselves." be configured against specific radiological and chemical threats, with Defentects "The system will to fight the worldwide threat of terrorism. Defentect is a business unit of Splinternet Holdings, Inc. (OTC Bulletin GT2(TM) gamma radiation sensor hardware and proprietary DM3(TM) system software installed in Board: SLNH) www.defentect.com, www.splinter.net"Since DM3 and our sensors are IP-based, end users can easily add Defentect as well as many legacy tandem with Photovacs 2020ComboPRO photoionization detector (PID) for volatile organic compoundthreat sensors to existing security systems, a homeland security industry first. It is delivered as a (VOC) measurements.hosted application (application service provider, or ASP) or can be licensed for installation on an endusers own system," explained Mr. OConnor. "Defentect worked with LifeStorage to engineer a system based on variables unique to their industry -- and characteristics specific to LifeStorages operation," noted Frank OConnor, president. "DefentectsAbout Defentect integrated threat awareness solutions are the efficient, economical and prudent choice in the ongoing effort to deter, detect and defend against a wide range of threats; our DM3 software can accommodateDefentect (www.defentect.com) is a homeland security technology firm offering intelligent threat a broad range or combination of threat sensors beyond the radiation sensors we make ourselves."awareness solutions to fight the worldwide threat of terrorism. Defentect is a business unit ofSplinternet Holdings, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: SLNH) www.defentect.com, www.splinter.net and our sensors are IP-based, end users can easily add Defentect as well as many legacy "Since DM3 threat sensors to existing security systems, a homeland security industry first. It is delivered as a Defentect 535 Connecticut Avenue Telephone: 203-354-9164 www.defentect.com hosted application (application service provider, or ASP) or can be licensed for installation on an end Suite 201A Fax: 800-536-1952 users own system," explained Mr. OConnor. Norwalk, CT 06854 Toll Free: 888-868-8386 About DefentectDefentect 535 Connecticut Avenue Telephone: 203-354-9164 www.defentect.com Defentect (www.defentect.com) is a homeland security technology firm offering intelligent threat Suite 201A Fax: 800-536-1952 awareness solutions to fight the worldwide threat of terrorism. Defentect is a business unit of Norwalk, CT 06854 Toll Free: 888-868-8386 Splinternet Holdings, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: SLNH) www.defentect.com, www.splinter.net Defentect 535 Connecticut Avenue Telephone: 203-354-9164 www.defentect.com Suite 201A Fax: 800-536-1952 Norwalk, CT 06854 Toll Free: 888-868-8386
  11. 11. TechnologyVIDIATION, INC. WARNING We’ve been warned, repeatedly; it is not a question of if, but rather of when. There will be a “dirty bomb” attack in the United States. The Federal government believes key facilities are the likely targets of “dirty bomb” terrorist attacks and is investing in radiation detection technology. Based on Vidiation’s calculations, 60 to 90 Curies (Ci) of radiological material stolen from a hospital, if successfully dispersed with conventional !"#$%#&( explosives, could shut down a transportation hub such as New York’s Grand )*+$,-&.(/$01"#23("-.#-2#*&(.$2$02#*&(0*+4-&3(5#.#-2#*&(,,0("$0$#5$/(&*.(%"*+(.&.*( Central Station for six months or more, according to recent /!#"(4"*"-+(2*(.$5$,*4(4"*.102($62$&/#*&(%*"(1/$(7#2)(+4$89(%*"+-2( NRC/EPA rules outlining clean-up standards for severe attacks. !"#$%&()*+,%)!%-.*/.0$(%11,%12234%5%/67%89:7;<=>%?@>A7BC%87<7><=9D%.EE=>7%-8?8.4,%FGF%87HBC<:7D<%9E% +9:7ABDI%G7>@C=<J,%6B;%;7A7><7I%B%G:BAA%0@;=D7;;%)DD9KB<=9D%(7;7BC>6%-G0)(4%HC9H9;BA,%L(BI=9A9M=>BA%G9@C>7% Beyond the immeasurable human suffering, one estimate G@CK7=AABD>7%N=<6%OP("8G%O=I79P*7D<C=>%(BI=B<=9D%87<7><=9DQ%EC9:%O=I=B<=9D,%!!*%BDI%<67%>9:HBDJ%<6B<% from the National Academy of Science places costs for clean-up of dispursed 9C=M=DB<7I%<67%<7>6D9A9MJ,%"IKBD>7I%R@7A%(7;7BC>6,%-"R(4,%E9C%BSBCIF%/67%BDD9@D>7:7D<%SB;%:BI7%<9IBJ%TJ% RCBDU%. *9DD9C,%*$.,%O=I=B<=9DF% radiological material in such an attack to be as high as $100 Billion. An oft-cited ">>9CI=DM%<9%VCF%. *9DD9C,%O=I=B<=9D%BDI%"R(%;@T:=<<7I%B%HC9H9;BA%E9C%BD%G0)(%W6B;7%X%MCBD<%<9%BII%B%D7S% article in Business Week (September 19, 2005) estimates total economic losses >BHBT=A=<J%<9%O=I=B<=9D ;%C7>7D<AJ%AB@D>67I%O=I=B<=9D%5%(BI=B<=9D%"DBAJ<=>;%87<7><=9D%GJ;<7:%-OP("8G4,%B% could be as high as $1 Trillion. 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  16. 16. Restaurant/Hospitality
  17. 17. Restaurant/HospitalityPICÁN Bite s Souther n Plantat ion Cui sine…an Am erican Ori ginal, just like jazz . The food is
  18. 18. Restaurant/HospitalityPICÁN Management Team Pican Experience Menu Reservations Bourbon Room What’s New? From Our Kitchen. B ITES Artisan Southern Cuisine. Distinctive, creative, B OURBONS TM authentic, farm fresh. B EAT Whet your appetite with Specialty Beads and Appetizers; B UZZZ warming bowls of Soup on a cool Bayside evening; refreshing Salads on a balmy afternoon, in Pican’s outdoor café-styled dining area. Sample Small Plate Calendar selections around our “Share Table” with friends and Pican Experience Menu Reservations Bourbon Room What’s New? Bourbon Club family. Gift Shop Entreés featuring seafoods, poultry, duck, meats and John Dern B ITES vegetarian are paired with your choice of Sides. And About Us Principal, Dern Greinetz, Inc. B OURBONS Pican’s Southern Traditions menu selections are truly a Contact Us TM John graduated from Occidental College in 1977 with a degree B EAT celebration of the Deep South, with catfish, baby back ribs, Buttermilk Southern Fried Chicken. in Economics. He enrolled in the Wharton Business School, and B UZZZ earned an MBA in Finance in 1977. Dern went on to con- Picán’s Dessert menu is extensive, a perfect way to end sult with a “Big Eight” accounting firm in San Francisco. a meal… or maybe your sole reason for stopping by. He became a VP of Finance for a Canadian developer, Calendar Picán. The legacy of the African American kitchens of the securing financing for what later became The Mandarin Deep South. Enhanced by the people and flavors of Hotel in San Francisco. Bourbon Club the world. Gift Shop In 1982, he joined a leading syndication company and continued working with financing large-scale commercial and About Us residential properties across the country, later opening the firm’s Management Team office in New York City. John joined San Francisco-based hospi- Michael LeBlanc tality investment firm Blackman Flynn & Co, in 1985, focusing on the financing of the firm’s hotel and restaurant properties. In 1997 John Dern the firm became Dern Greinitz, Inc., with John as one of two Micah Broude Don Buder F principals. In cooperation with The Kimpton Group, Dern Greinetz developed Advisory Board and owns several premier hotel and restaurant properties, includ- Bob Puccini Pican Experience Menu Reservations Bourbon Room What’s New? ing The Villa Florence Hotel, Monticello Inn, Prescott Hotel and Geordy Murphy Kuleto’s restaurant. /In cooperation with The Kimpton Group and Julia L. Lehman Picán. B ITES renowned celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck, Dern Greinetz devel- Contact Us B OURBONS oped and owns the acclaimed Postrio Restaurant. In partnership TM Food with a distinctive Southern drawl. A B EAT with Doug Washington, Mitchell Rosenthal and Steven Rosenthal, beautiful bar and lounge highlights conviviality the firm developed and owns the popular Town Hall Restaurant. and comfort. A palette of smooth jazz, classic R&B, B UZZZ Motown, Rap, gospel. The celebration of artwork John joined the Brothers Brewery & Restaurant Advisory Board in 2005. that helped shape the culture of Black America. Calendar Inclusive. Welcoming. Bourbon Club Picán. A place of conversation — of shared experience. It’s of the moment. Picán is the Gift Shop texture of life. About Us Contact Us
  19. 19. Real Estate
  20. 20. Real EstatePERFECTCERTS
  21. 21. Real EstateSIGNATURE PROPERTIES
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