HV-Hidden Valley Resort Muskoka Launches New Look, New Name and $500,000 in Capital

HV-Hidden Valley Resort Muskoka Launches New Look, New Name and $ 500,000 in Capital











Huntsville, ON (PRWEB) May 12, 2006

Along with new ownership and management announced late 2005, the HV-Hidden Valley Resort is undergoing improvements with a $ 500,000 injection of capital. The lobby is being improved with new furniture, along with beach improvements, pool area, landscaping, new sumptuous feather duvets and linens, in addition to a myriad of other improvements including new signage and logo, along with highway billboards and new website under development. “The new logo and signage reflects the new vision for the property as a hip muskoka resort” states Jerry Feltis General Manager.

The resort will feature design elements from Pinecliff Interiors with accent furniture made of birch, peeled log and authentic Muskoka pieces. HV occupies acreage along Peninsula Lake on Hidden Valley Road across the road from Hidden Valley Ski Club and directly on the beach with a 180 degree view of both from the magnificent licensed patio, two hours from Toronto. Designed to offer guests their own unique Muskoka experience in a authentic Muskoka style with unique Muskoka Getaway Packages.

“We are exceptionally pleased to announce that Jamie Clarke has joined the team at HV-Resort as the new Executive Chef. Jamie formerly held positions at Deerhurst Resort, Arc and Social in Ottawa, the former two locals being two of the most hip, chic social dining spots in Ottawa. The restaurant is being re-positioned to reflect local suppliers and products, some of which is organic, and will be a value priced menu with the focus on creativity. HV will also be a part of “Savour Muskoka,” an association that is partnered with the Ministry of Tourism to promote creative culinary regions in Ontario.

We offer a unique outdoor licensed Muskoka patio, with creative and value priced menu options, a beautiful view of Peninsula Lake, and summer evening entertainment” says Jerry Feltis, General Manager. “HV lakeside resort serves a niche of guests looking for the beachside Muskoka experience, from $ 89.00- $ 175.00 per night room average. Accommodations range from lakeside rooms, some with fireplace or Jacuzzi to 3 bedroom condos.”

“We are pleased our company is growing and we see differentiation as a key element in product development and positioning,” said Ms. Larcade, Sequel President. “Our goal is to lead the industry by reputation in service excellence, guest and team member satisfaction, while returning a healthy return to owners – great people are vital in hospitality.”

Sequel Hotels and Resorts also manage the much-acclaimed Ben Miller Inn and Spa, the Elora Mill Inn and HV-Hidden Valley Resort and Touchstone on Lake Muskoka. Sequel Hotels and Resorts is an owner operator of Resorts, Hotels and Inns. The company is currently focused on acquisitions, as well as managing properties for other owners; Third Party Management.    

Ms. Larcade is well known within the Canadian tourism industry. She is on the advisory board of Hotelier Magazine in Canada and on the planning committee for the Canadian Hotel Investment Finance Conference held annually in Toronto.

More information on HV-Hidden Valley Resort can be viewed on the web site at: http://www.HVmuskoka.com and on Sequel at: http://www.sequelhotels.com.

Other Properties managed by Sequel include:

http://www.Eloramill.com, http://www.Benmillerinn.on.ca, and

http://www.touchstoneonlakemuskoka.com

Media Contact:

Anne Larcade

705-788-7595

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HelloLife Notes Significant Increase in Sales of its Products at Local West Michigan Retailer, Apple Valley Natural Foods

HelloLife Notes Significant Increase in Sales of its Products at Local West Michigan Retailer, Apple Valley Natural Foods










Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) May 29, 2011

HelloLife has continued their commitment to supporting local business by bringing their products to retailers in the Grand Rapids area. The company is pleased to announce its recently added retail partner, Apple Valley Natural Foods, has seen a significant increase in HelloLife products.

CEO Albert Duoibes notes, “Apple Valley Natural Foods is just the kind of local retailer we’re looking to serve. They concentrate on bringing the best selection of health products under one roof for the convenience of the community. Since we established this relationship, our products – supported by the knowledgeable staff of the store – have increased sales past what we had originally forecasted. This tells us we have indeed filled a need for Apple Valley Natural Foods and their customers.”

About Apple Valley Natural Foods

Apple Valley Natural Foods is located at 3013 West Shore Drive #70, in Holland, Michigan.

About HelloLife

HelloLife, LLC is an Applied Life Science and Technology company doing business in the fields of health and wellness. HelloLife has its headquarters at 4460 – 44th St. SW, Ste. C 600, Grand Rapids, MI, 49512. HelloLife is focused on delivering over-the-counter (OTC) relief products registered with the FDA.

HelloLife is committed to providing safe relief, nutritional support and education for healthy lifestyle choices. Our products are available to consumers via retailers, healthcare professionals and direct mail. For more information about the company or our products, visit our website at: http://www.hellolife.net.

HelloLife continues to offer our successful pet health care line to the market as well. Interested consumers can visit the VETiONX® website at: http://www.vetionx.com/.

If you’d like more information about HelloLife or our products, please contact Jennie Mac Anaspie at 616.808.3290 x1028 or via email at jmacanaspie at hellolife dot net.

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Unique Native American Remedy; Natural Gum Healing Clay Toothpaste Available at Whole Foods Mill Valley and Roseville.

Unique Native American Remedy; Natural Gum Healing Clay Toothpaste Available at Whole Foods Mill Valley and Roseville.










San Francisco, CA. (PRWEB) June 01, 2011

Today, Zion Health announces the availability of ClayBrite Natural Toothpaste in Whole Foods Mill Valley and Whole Foods Roseville. Claybrite is a unique brown colored toothpaste sweetened with Stevia leaf extract that is known to whiten the teeth, and help heal gum disease. Natural health consumers who live in Sacramento or Mill Valley may now purchase this unique brown colored toothpaste in their local Whole Food Store or internet shoppers may order ClayBrite Natural Toothpaste online at http://www.kanwaminerals.com.

“Whole Foods is recognized for selling the highest quality organic body care products. This makes our natural clay toothpaste an excellent addition to their already unique line of natural remedies and herbal body care products.” says Eddy Urbina, Zion Health sales manager. “ClayBrite consists of mainly clay and mint which is a healthy alternative to standard toothpastes currently available in grocery outlets and retail chains.”

Zion Health’s light brown colored toothpaste contains a unique type of clay called Kanwa or referred to by scientists as Calcium Montmorillonite clay. Calcium Montmorillonite is a natural, edible type of clay that contains trace minerals that are healthy to eat and serves as a gentle detox remedy. NASA sponsored research and latest research from MIT both claim this type of clay contains healthy nutrients and a natural pulling power that helps absorb toxins including harmful bacteria.

Zion Health sells a full line of healing clay body care products made with Kanwa including natural skin care products, and detox remedies. Their inspiration comes from ancient native practices of healing with clay. Native Americans commonly used clay to clean the gums and brush their teeth. Clay was additionally used in native medicine to soothe digestive ailments and heal wounds. The American Journal of Medicine reported African tribes used clay to detoxify contaminated water and poisonous foods.

“Certain types of clay contain powerful medicinal properties that help heal a long list of health ailments,” states Gloria Vilchez, Zion Health marketing manager. “In France, Montmorillonite clay is sold by bulk in most health food stores as a healthy supplement to the diet. The U.S. needs to catch up when it comes to the distribution of natural medicines.”

Zion Health products are available in local health food stores and Whole Food Store locations in Redwood City, San Ramon, San Mateo, Cupertino, including the recent addition of Whole Foods Mill Valley and Roseville. Zion’s natural body care products may also be purchased online at http://www.kanwaminerals.com.

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Top Ottawa Valley Real Estate Agent, Cynthia O?Dwyer, Launches a New Interactive Online Resource

Top Ottawa Valley Real Estate Agent, Cynthia O’Dwyer, Launches a New Interactive Online Resource











Cynthia O’Dwyer


(PRWEB) December 14, 2010

With the recent launch of leading Ottawa Valley real estate agent Cynthia O’Dwyer’s new, interactive website, http://www.CynthiaODwyer.com, homebuyers and sellers now have a new real estate resource to turn to online. Featuring a diversity of tools and information, including Carleton Place and Lanark County real estate listings, the site is meant to serve as a gateway to the real estate market in the region.

“Carleton Place real estate and the nearby areas in the Ottawa Valley have been seeing significant growth in recent years,” says O’Dwyer. “The Ottawa Valley real estate market has become very exciting. It can also seem a bit overwhelming, at times, and this is why I built this website – so that buyers and sellers can have a one-stop resource for information on the real estate process itself, as well as the lifestyle of the region.”

Located just a few minutes west of the City of Ottawa, Carleton Place and other similar communities – including Beckwith Township and Mississippi Mills – currently contain many of the region’s highly sought-after properties. These small towns and cities appeal particularly to buyers who are looking to live in a more rural setting, but don’t want to be too far from the entertainment and employment opportunities of the capital city.

“This is a great area to live in,” says O’Dwyer, “with plenty of wide, open spaces, a rich history, excellent school system and an easy commute to Ottawa. The region practically sells itself.”

A two-time recipient of the Top Salesperson Award from Sutton Premier Realty Group (in 2008 and 2009), O’Dwyer is fast becoming one of the Ottawa Valley’s foremost real estate experts. For more information on her expertise and to view her Lanark County real estate listings, visit O’Dwyer’s new website, http://www.CynthiaODwyer.com.

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