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Transcript: Investor Pitch Deck 11/24/2020 Opportunity The Opportunity There are a lot of people that don't have time to walk their dog. Many people would be willing to pay somebody to walk their dog and take them outside to go to the bathroom while they are at work. The Problem The Problem People have problem No Dog Walks Dog Walking Service Happy People Sad People Some people have to work all day and nobody is home to take the dog for a walk. This leads to the dogs having accidents in the house. The Solution Mr. Kraus's Dog Walking Service offers a professional and reliable dog walking experience. We provide peace of mind by ensuring pets get enough exercise and don't have accidents in the house. We even provide waste removal services! The Solution The Market Our target market consists of dog owners that live within two miles of town. The Market Market Size Market Size $5 $5,000 200 potential customers per dog possible weekly income Competitive Analysis Competitive Analysis There are currently no other businesses offering dog walking services in our area. We have an untapped pool of potential customers and already have a list of people interested in our services. Our Solution Provide high quality dog walking, training, and waste removal services. Our Solution Product Dog walks Dog training Waste removal Product Invest Today! Earn money by helping fund our dog walking service. A portion of all profits will go to you. Why to Invest About Me About Me Mr. Kraus Experienced Dog Walker

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Transcript: Carl's Fencing, Decking, & Home Improvements Who We Are Carl's Fencing, Decking, and Home Improvements is a 2nd generation family owned and operated business with over 30 years of experience. Carl's is the premier home improvement contractor in New Jersey, specializing in fencing, decking, railing, siding, windows, roofing and more. Who We Are Our Mission Mission Statement “Our mission here at Carl's Fencing, Decking, & Home Improvements is that we are a fun, family-oriented company, which provides personal growth opportunities for our hard working employees. We operate several basic tenets: Treat employees and customers with the dignity, respect, courtesy, and consideration they deserve. Exceed customer expectations. In short, make them happy. Provide friendly customer service and affordable quality products. Perform with honesty and integrity. Maintain excellence in reputation. Be a leader in the community. Create and delivery excellent value in a timely fashion. These values allow our family, friends, neighbors, and customers, and employees to be "Surrounded by the Best," and our company to be erected on a foundation that is built to last.” What We Do What We Do Carl's has three company divisions: Fencing, Decking, & Home Improvements. The fencing division installs fences, shower enclosures, & arbors The decking division installs decks, railing, pergolas, gazebos, benches, & stairs. The home improvements division installs roofing, siding, windows, gutters, & more. Areas We Serve Areas We Serve Carl's serves areas throughout New Jersey, with most work focused in Ocean, Monmouth, Mercer, & Middlesex, Burlington, Union counties. We have office locations in Toms River and Freehold. Testimonials Testimonials Decking, Railing, & Accessories Decking, Railing, & Accessories Decking Decking Styles Wolf Wolf Collections The Tropical Hardwood Collection contains rich, variegated colors with natural woodgrain texture. The Seaside Collection features cool, solid coasted tone. Tropical Hardwood Collection Amberwood Black Walnut Golden Cypress Driftwood Grey Weathered Ipe Silver Teak Rosewood Teakwood Seaside Collection Harbor Grey Sand Castle Timbertech Timbertech Collections The Azek Collection is defined by real-wood aesthetics that stay cooler on hot days. Ideal for everyday decks, pool surrounds, waterfront retreats, & rooftop escapes. The Pro Collection is composite decking, capped on all 4 sides, that is strong, reliable, and engineered to endure. Ideal for everyday decks. Azek Azek Collection The Vintage Collection features the most natural-looking colors, with a wire-brushed, low-gloss finish for a truly authentic, nuanced wood look. The Landmark Collection has a rustic crosscut grain and matte finish. It features cascading hues which result in natural color variation. The Harvest Collection is composed of natural shades and complements a wide range of homes’ exteriors. Vintage Weathered Teak Coastline Mahogany Dark Hickory English Walnut Landmark Castle Gate American Walnut French White Oak Harvest Brownstone Slate Gray Kona Pro Pro Collection The Legacy Collection g features a complex blend of hues, natural board-to-board color variation, and a hand-scraped texture that offers Old World charm. The Terrain Collection offers a complex, rugged wood grain pattern designed to camouflage wear and tear from everyday life. Legacy Ashwood Mocha Tigerwood Pecan Terrain Brown Oak Silver Maple Fiberon Fiberon Collections Escapes Collection features multi-tonal colors that resemble exotic hardwoods. Weekender Collection features solid colors for a traditional stained deck look. Escapes Tuscan Villa Beach House Bungalow Cabana Weekender Cottage Cabin Wood Railing Railing PVC PVC Railing Top Rail Square Top Rail T Rail Top Rail Infill Vinyl Glass Railing Aluminum Cable Rail Ultralox Ultralox Railing Top Rail Alta Drink Rail Victorian Infill Aluminum Blausters Glass Railing Vertical Cable Rail Horizontal Cable Rail Macaro Accessories Lighting Pergolas Installation Process Installation Process E-Signature 1. E-signature Once your estimate is created, it will be sent to you via email. If you agree to the terms, you will e-sign the contract and make your initial deposit. Once the deposit is made, the contract will move on to the next steps. Management Review 2. Management Review Once the contract is signed, it will be reviewed by management, who will check for accuracy. If there are any issues, your salesman will be in contact with you to discuss potential solutions and alternatives. Material Ordered 3. Material Ordered Once management approves the contract, it will be sent to purchasing. Some material may be in stock, with quicker turnaround time, and some will need to be special ordered. The turnaround time varies by fence style, so it is best to ask your salesman how long you will wait for your specific material. Scheduling 4. Scheduling Once your material has arrived, the operations department will reach out to you with a

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Transcript: Recommendations Thank you for your time and for considering our recommendation. Contact: 18-24 years old (2) 25-34 years old (15) 35-44 years old (10) 45-54 years old (5) 55-64 years old (7) 65-74 years old (3) Maintain Encourage cooperating departments to work in Google Docs - editing/sending purposes - commenting features No security measures Use Google Drive as an archive - UC Academic and Career Development Agenda Gauge Interest Levels of Project Measure Effectiveness of Potential Solutions Gather Enough Information to Narrow Down Potential Solutions Determine Best Implementation Steps based on Respondent Views General Aspects of Academic Advising Ways Technology is Used in Academic Advising Interdepartmental Relationships Web-Based Database Systems (Cloud Storage) Recommendations Produced and Presented by: Jamela Snow Lydia Keegan Marina Slaven Alyssa Butler How can we create a central archive for the University College that contains up-to-date resources from all of the advising departments on campus? University College Academic and Career Development Years of Experience Scholarly Journals Trade Journals Doctoral Dissertations Methodology Source Types Used Continue meetings with other departments -Semesterly - Encourage community Advisors need access to Google Drive - Contact IT Data Methodology Advisors (18-44) are more comfortable with the technology Advisors 45+ years are less comfortable with the technology 62.5% of respondents say 3+ people are responsible for updating resources Data Data Survey Focus < 1 year (7) 1-2 years (10) 3-5 years (9) 5-10 years (6) >10 years (10) Introduction Research Question Methodology Data Recommendations Conclusion Resources and Meetings Demographics of Respondents Methodology Research Question Methodology Recommendations Secondary Research Info 60% of respondents use email for resource distribution Google Drive eliminates the need for emailing information 67.5% say meetings are important to share information - Meetings needed to train staff on using Google Drive Google Drive and Resources The lack of a central archive creates a need for more time spent searching for resources and information. This time lost could be better spent in more pertinent areas of advising. This presentation outlines the research we conducted pertaining to advising and web-based solutions, the data collected, and recommended solutions to the problem. Implement Google Forms Survey Issued to All Academic Advisors on Campus via E-mail Link 42 Respondents Total Introduction Prepare Hold initial meeting with other departments regarding Google drive - demonstrate comments, edits, privacy - Utilize IT Create folders in Google Docs for cooperating departments and colleges Conclusion Primary Research Focus

Deck Presentation

Transcript: Finishing Touches to Pond Project ADA compliant path. Bradford tree removal. Native plant and tree restoration. Fence removal/repurposed for new area. Science equipment purchased for students. Observation deck permit completed and awarded. 5 education stations for students to complete water assessments. Stones used for drainage along path and for erosion of bank by the pond. Wildlife habit development - bluebird, keseral box, wood duck box, bath 4 bat houses. Milestones PA American Water Grant Thank you to our community supports! Timeline of Events Timeline of Events Lowe’s SSM Group Dyer Quarry Curb Appeal Berks Nature OZ Properties Fisher Rentals Sartin’s Paving Tractor Supply Spring Township Kraft Engineering PA American Water Kraft Code Services Backyard Woodcraft Industrial Metal Plating Lower Heidelberg Township B. Miller Mechanical & Contracting Berks County Conservation District Tree Removal Tree Removal Excavating Digging the Path Spreading Stone Spreading Stone Blacktop Laying the Path A day learning at the Pond Laying the Path Observation Deck Observation Deck We are Wilson! Shiloh Hills Cornwall Terrace Green Valley Whitfield Spring Ridge Southern West High School Allows individuals in wheel chairs to observe all parts of the pond. Students can paint/draw setting paintings while on the deck looking at nature. Observe wildlife: Birds - Blue Birds, Mallard Ducks, Geese, Bittern, Red Wing Black Bird, Blue Heron and Swallows. Insects - Dragon Flies, prey, Mantis, Spiders, Butterfly, Ants, Beetles, Bees. Reptiles - Painted Box Turtle, Snakes, Frogs, Salamanders Fish - Largemouth Bass, Blue Gill, Sunfish, Pumpkinseed. This resource will be accessible for all students and community members accross Wilson School District. Why do we need an observation deck? Cost of Materials Cost for Railing Key Link Fencing and Railing - $18,688.11 ------------------------------------------------ Lowe's Cost from Corporate - $16,819.30 ------------------------------------------------ Lowe's Final Cost with Discount - $16,377.79 Total Expense = $20,054.30 - West Fundraising - $5,962.15 ------------------------------ Equals = $14,092.15 Additional Cost Lowe's Material Order - $2,176.51 ------------------------------------------------ Composite Decking - $1,000.00 ------------------------------------------------ Miscellaneous Cost - $500 ------------------------------------------------ Lowe's Final Cost with Discount - $16,377.79 Questions Are there any questions? What is next? Trail Map Trail Names Mallard Mile Raccoon Way Turtle Trot Whitetail Walkway W. Way We look forward to continue our conversation and sharing more about the Top Dog Fit - Trail. Kristen and Javius September 2018 Meeting Stay tuned...

Food Menu - Presentation Template

Transcript: Presentation MENU Template by About Your diet is a bank account. Good food choices are good investments. Bethenny Frankel Bon Appétit A Prezi template for making a food, cafe, or restaurant themed presentation. Separated Design Elements: Easy Customization Idea First Example Slide Add your content here Food is Good - Eat it! "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dodes eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate." Recipe Show a Recipe. Can you guess what this next food is? Let's Take: 100g plain flour 2 large eggs 300ml milk 1 tbsp oil and Make Pancakes Food Cost Did You Know The most expensive pizza in the world costs $12,000 and takes 72 hours to make. 3 Italian chefs will come to your home and make it for you in the comfort of your own kitchen. Eat Fast Eat Fast! McDonald's sells 75 hamburgers every second of every day. Eat Slow There are 7,500 varieties of apples grown throughout the world, if you tried a new variety each day, it would take you 20 years to try them all. Food Phobia Arachibutyrophobia the fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of your mouth. Water Want a Drink? One of the most hydrating foods to eat is the cucumber, which is 96% water. Eat Out Finished Eating Time to tip the waiter? ¤¤¤$$$ 5% - Simply polite 10% - Food was delicious 20% - Waiter was cute 100% - I want to marry the chef! Customize this template: Change colors, rearrange topics, add your own content Get this Prezi Template from:

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Transcript: Stay Connected Local Food Hub Fruit Recovery Get Rooted Goals for 2021 Fresh fruit for the community - Trained volunteer captains - 8000 pounds harvested - Seven recipient organizations - Yearly returning volunteers - Value-added recipes and workshops - Win-win-win Food Skills Kids in the Garden Youth empowerment through - Mentoring - Internships - Employment - Social enterprise - Youth steering committee Strategic Committees - 350 Weekly ready made meals *Six recipient organizations - 300 Weekly school lunches *Volunteer drivers - 18 schools Mindful and healthy students - Elementary school program - Integrated curriculum with videos - Breakfast and green club support - Aeroponic grow towers - Earth and life sciences - Healthy eating habits - Summer garden support Free workshops - Salmon - fin to fork - Turkey - zero waste - Healthy lunches and snacks - Building a basic food pantry - Canning and preservation Ian Lai 778-681-9264 - Roll out new strategic plan - Button up charity status - Connect with MP's and MLA's - Explore community food hub - Increase membership - Program for COVID - Build new gardens - Expand existing gardens - KPU school garden - Puppets Community Gardens - 415 Community Garden Plots - 11 Locations across Richmond - Gardening workshops - Volunteer garden captains - 464 Person wait list - Ongoing expansion -170 plots Seed Library Program Streams Yes, a seed library. Really! - Check out, grow, eat, save and return - Trained volunteer seed librarians - Engagement and recruitment tool - Community outreach Key Supporters 1. Community Garden Program 2. Fruit Recovery Program 3. Get Rooted Youth Program 4. Kids in the Garden Program 5. Seed Library Program 6. Food Skills Program 7. Local Food Hub Program Vision Healthy people, community, and environment - Family Place Society - Gilmore United Church - KPU - Richmond Food Bank - Richmond Foundation - Sfaira Foundation - Sharing Farm - United Way - Vancity Mission - Richmond Community Services Advisory Committee - Food Security Agricultural Advisory Committee - Intercultural Advisory Committee - Indigenous Collaborative Table - Food Aid Delivery Coalition - BC Coalition for Healthy School Food Engaging a resilient local food system through education, advocacy, and community building initiatives Strategic Partners I acknowledge that I live, work, and play on the ancestral, traditional, and unceded territory of the Musqueam peoples Ian Lai - Executive Director

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