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2017 SPONSORS

SpinCycle

SpinCycle_logoSpinCycle is a California Central Coast based company specializing in creative shade environments, custom art structures, event design and production. SpinCycle operates from a network of talented artists, builders, performance artists, designers, audio & lighting engineers to construct a solid collaborative work force capable of creating once in a lifetime experiences.

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Corona Extra

Corona

Corona Extra is a pilsner-style lager first brewed in 1925 by Grupo Modelo and became available in the US in 1981. It has been the country’s best selling import since 1997 and is finally available on draft for the first time! Corona Extra draft is another way to “Find Your Beach!

CoronaUSA.com

 

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WiLD 106.1

Wild 106.1 logoWiLd 106 is San Luis Obispo County’s Number One most listened to radio station for Today’s Most Popular Hit Music from artist’s like Selena Gomez, Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran, Rihanna, and Justin Bieber, just to name a few. They’re also home to popular local personalities JoJo Lopez in the Morning, and Jackie Hollywood in the afternoon. If it’s trending locally, nationally or globally … you’ll hear about it on WiLD 106.1 FM, San Luis Obispo’s most “tuned-in” radio station.

WiLD1061.com
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95.3 The Beach

95.3 The Beach_logoThe MOST Variety is on 95.3 The Beach, playing all the hits from the 80’s, 90′ and into the 2000’s! Hear artists like David Bowie, Green Day, No Doubt, The Cure, Dave Mathews Band, Counting Crows, The Killers, U2 and Depeche Mode just to name a few. Local morning show hosts Blazy and Bob get your day going with loads of music and laughs, while Andrew Jaye get you through the work day and Shawn has you covered for your ride home. Catch the most variety 24/7 on 95.3 The Beach, and 100.5 over The Grade!

953TheBeach

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YELP

YELP logoYelp is the world’s largest city guide, connecting you with great local businesses and events. From finding a great dentist, to a new taqueria, yoga studio, and even dog park; we know just the place. Discover a new favorite through Yelp!

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Shift’n Gears

Shift'n GearsAutomatic transmission service of paso Robles is getting a face lift and a new lease on life, with 38 years of service to the community it’s time for a new look. Now known as SHIFT’N GEARS auto repair, we will still specialize in transmissions, but we are fluent in all other auto repairs.

 

 

 

Righetti Avocado Farms

Righetti Avocado FarmsThe Righetti family farm specializes in growing Hass-variety avocados that it markets throughout the world. Righetti served several terms as a member of the California Avocado Commission and worked with other organizations to develop and promote avocado production and consumption.

In the late 1960s, Righetti began converting his family’s cattle ranch into an avocado farm. The family had grown the fruit on a small scale since the mid-1930s.

The Righetti family’s season usually runs from June to November, says David. The harvest time usually depends on the variety though, as commercial regulations require that avocados reach eight percent oil content before harvesting. Once the fruit is ready, it is picked by hand.

“We are well known for our Hass variety, but we have about 50 varieties of avocados on the ranch. Four of which we sell commercially.”—David Righetti

 

Grassy Bar Oyster Co.

Grassy Bar Oyster Co.Grassy Bars are delicious! Described as refreshingly briny, with an unmistakable taste of watermelon, our oysters are carefully raised in the southern reaches of Morro Bay where salt waters of the pacific meet the estuary. Daily tides bring cold, salty seawater into the bay giving our oysters a briny, robust and satisfying flavor.

GrassyBarOyster.com
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Quality Wine Barrels

Quality Wine BarrelsQuality Wine Barrels Company deals in recycled wine barrels. Our barrels are purchased from wineries all over the state, we bring them to our facility here on the central coast where they are sorted and re-distributed to wineries, distilleries, cideries and breweries. We also offer various planters, rain barrels, furniture, whole barrels and other barrel products. We can be found in Arroyo Grande California at highway 101 and the El Campo crossroad.

QualityWineBarrels.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paso Robles Wine Country

Paso Robles Wine CountryTraversing the landscape, you will find 26,000 vineyard acres and 270+ wineries producing more than 40 winegrape varieties – from Spanish to Italian, Bordeaux to Rhône, including the area’s heritage variety Zinfandel. The styles of wine are diverse in this very distinct region

PasoWine.com

 

 

 

 

 

California Caviar Company

14995_385244367235_6422514_nCalifornia Caviar Company sources and hand selects sustainably harvested caviar of impeccable quality from around the world. With an eye on protecting the delicate resources resources that allow us this natural gift, we set new standards for the American caviar industry focusing on sustainable aquaculture, innovation, education and affordability. We enjoy collaborative partnerships with elite chefs, including Jacques Pepin and Todd English, developing and distributing signature lines that push the boundaries of the gourmet world. With increased accessibility, we believe caviar should be an everday indulgence.

CaliforniaCaviar.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Times

Santa Maria SunNew TimesNewTimes has been publishing for more than 25 years in San Luis Obispo County and is the largest circulated paper in the region, covering local news, politics, opinion, food, wine, arts and entertainment each week.

The Sun has been published for over 11 years covering local news
and entertainment each week.

NewTimesSLO.com

 

Be Green Packaging

Be Green PackagingBe Green Packaging designs, manufactures and distributes Cradle to Cradle™ certified and Non-GMO Project Verified packaging for the food and consumer packaging industries that is safe for people and healthy for the planet. Our award-winning line of truly sustainable, plant fiber packaging is compostable, biodegradable and recyclable. We care about the future of both our planet and generations to come and we make products that reflect those values. Be Green Packaging is a triple bottom line company dedicated to maintaining a balance between supporting people, the planet and profit.

BeGreenPackaging.com

 

Guerrilla Gardening Club

Guerrilla Gardening ClubThe Guerrilla Gardening Club Zero Waste Program provides waste disposal stations located throughout sponsored events. Waste stations are positioned to make waste disposal easy and efficient for the event attendees. Each waste station is monitored and managed by the Guerrilla Gardening Club during the event. The waste station and its respective Guerrilla educate humans as they dispose of their waste. Through this interactive process event attendees realize that their “trash” can be sorted, recycled, composted, and saved.

The Guerrilla Gardening Club Zero Waste Program provides all materials for waste collection, sorting, disposal, and transport. Each event needs a waste management budget and plan specifically designed for the event and the waste being produced. Through the use of disposable packaging and food ware products made of compostable (paper) and recyclable (plastic #1-5, metal, glass) materials, all events can achieve 100% Zero Waste.

Guerrilla Gardening Club

 

 

Abalone Farm

Ocean Rose CMYK LogoEstablished in 1968, The Abalone Farm, Inc. is the oldest aquaculture facility of its kind in the country. The one product, the exquisite California Red Abalone, is produced at over 100 tons each year. This amount translates into approximately one million individual abalone ranging in shell length from 3” to 5” and ranging in age from 4 years to 6 years old. Once plentiful along the West Coast, abalone was harvested from the wild by the millions of tons in the early to mid 20 and increasing market demand, the wild abalone population was in danger of collapse by the late 1990’s. Since 1997 it has been illegal to commercially harvest abalone from the wild and sport diving has been severely restricted to only a narrow range of coastline. Abalone’s centuries of use in the Far East as a ceremonial dish and its growing popularity among gourmet diners around the world still drives a black market of illegally harvested wild abalone today. The danger of losing the
abalone is real. Sustainable, ocean friendly aquaculture can prevent the loss of this
unique treasure of the sea.

AbaloneFarm.com