Category Archives: 2008 Fall

Websurfing With Tom- Our picks of the web

Welcome to the second edition of our websurfing section.  Once again, we have driven the brightly lit boulevards and dim back alleys of the information superhighway, and brought you some of the best of what we’ve found.  Just like last … Continue reading

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Ian’s Car Care Corner- What’s The Best Kind Of Car Wax To Use?

Any type of wax, whether natural or synthetic, is simply a shield between your car’s paint and the environment.  It is designed to take the abuse of weather, grime, birds, etc., so that the underlying paint is protected.   Until recently … Continue reading

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Sellwood Bridge Update- Some things never change…

We’re constantly asked about the status of the Sellwood Bridge, but there’s little solid information to be had.  The last information from the official Multnomah County website is from July, when the draft Environmental Impact Statement had been submitted to … Continue reading

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Drew’s Kitchen- Cheddar ‘N’ Bacon Mac With A Twist

4 strips raw bacon, diced ¼ cup all-purpose flour 1/3 cup dry white wine 4 cups milk 1½ tsp Dijon mustard 1 ½ tsp salt ¼ tsp white pepper 1/8 tsp ground nutmeg 1 cup grated parmesan cheese (divided) 1 … Continue reading

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CNP Update- Passing the million-pound milestone

You may know that the Tom Dwyer Automotive Services Carbon Neutral Program broke the “million pound mark” on May 20th, preventing approximately 1,005,900 pounds of carbon dioxide from entering our atmosphere.   This is the same amount of carbon that would … Continue reading

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Client Profile- Randy White

www.BrightNeighbor.com Randy White is a longtime Tom Dwyer client.  He used to work with the folks at AM620 KPOJ, but left the radio business to start Bright Neighbor.  Randy believes in helping the planet achieve sustainable balance with the human … Continue reading

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Put a Fiber in Your Tank- The real deal on alcohol fuel feedstocks

As we go to press with this newsletter the national average gas price for regular unleaded gasoline is $2.85 per gallon, down from a high of $4.12 in July.  Crude oil hit its record of $147.27 per barrel in July … Continue reading

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Who Are Those Guys Behind The Computers? Service Advisors Keep Us Running Smoothly

Where would you find just one person with all these qualities… Multi-tasking abilities of an aircraft landing controller? Patience and understanding of a therapist? Problem-solving skills of a rocket scientist? Decision-making skills of a business executive? Communication skills of a … Continue reading

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Making Smart Decisions in a Tight Economy- Maintaining Your Vehicle Saves Money

Everyone wants to get the most for their motoring dollars, and this basic principle is more important than ever in today’s tightening economy.  One of the best ways to do this is to skip buying a new car and to … Continue reading

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Tom’s Tidbits- Change is in the air!

Greetings, As we close in on the 2008 election; change is in the air all across the country.  I hope to see you at the Tom Dwyer Election Night Bash! It’s a little out of my normal comfort zone to … Continue reading

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