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Featured Merchants January 18th, 2007

 

Shogun Restaurant Grand Opening

Roger MoranSan Marcos, known for outstanding eateries, has now added another jewel to her crown.

The magnficent Shogun Restaurant, corner of Rancho Santa Fe and San Marcos Boulevard, is holding its Grand Opening this coming Monday, January 22nd, from 4:00 to 6:00 pm and North County residents are invited.

Upon entering you’ll not only be met by your smiling hosts, but you’ll enjoy samples of the delicious food offered by the Shogun Restaurant. You’ll tour the facilities and see the sumptuous sushi bar, the elegant dining area, complete with master chefs dazzling you with their samurai-like swordsmanship as they skillfully slice, dice, juggle, and entertain, while preparing delicious entrees on a sizzling Teppanyaki grill.

Roger Moran, General Manager, is beaming as proudly as a brand new daddy as his dream restaurant opens to the public with what promises to be a super Grand Opening.“We’ve worked hard to maintain the image that the Shogun Restaurant is famous for; top facilities, only the finest in food product, and our staff represents the epitome of courtesy and elegant service. We’re ready to go and we think San Diego County will be pleased with what they find here at the Shogun Restaurant.”

The Shogun Restaurant of San Marcos offers sushi, sashimi, Teppanyaki, a full bar of domestic and imported beers and wines, all in a fun and exciting, yet elegant atmosphere. Located at 695 South Rancho Santa Fe, San Marcos, the Shogun Restaurant promises to be a bright and shining addition to the San Marcos cuisine.

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This Man Can Hear You!

photoHe couldn’t always hear you.

He had developed a hearing problem because of German Measles as a child but had developed an additional hearing problem he wasn’t even aware of. As luck would have it, he became a Hearing Aid Consultant/Expert for Starkey Hearing Aid Mfg and was with them for two years. In the course of his training he was given a hearing test and the company discovered a hearing loss in his one remaining good ear. Naturally, he was fitted with a hearing aid and today he can hear you loud and clear!

This native of Spokane, Washington, came to California in 2002. His background and training is such that he was almost naturally led into the hearing aid industry.

Being an Eagle Scout, he was accustomed to studying and learning . . . and succeeding. He served as a Marine Corp Electronic Specialist at 29 Palms, California, for eight years. He was a Computer Technology Specialist for five years and a Medical Research Assistant at Walter Reed Institute of Research, Walter Reed Medical Center, Washington, DC, for five years.

Additionally, he studied Business Administration and Accounting at the University of Maryland.

A pretty sound academic background. Two years ago, he had the chance to buy Ear Labs and did so. He has built a terrific practice and folks from throughout the county come to him for examination and fitting of hearing aids. He has developed a solid client base who know that if they have a problem related to their hearing they just need to call Drew at Ear Labs.

Drew has perfected the art of treating the hard of hearing. Not only does he see clients in his offices in Lake San Marcos but he will go to their homes to provide the examination. This is of particular benefit to older clients and those who may have a slight disability.

“It gives us great pleasure to help bring back hearing to the hearing impaired,” says Drew. “We work with our clients on a regular basis and adjust their hearing aids as needed. We have supplies in stock . . . and they are always given a warm, friendly greeting, whether by phone or in person.”

Drew has been a Board Certified Licensed Hearing Aid Dispenser for 14 years now. He is active in the community, being a member of the Lake San Marcos Kiwanis Club, an active and practicing Christian, and a devoted professional business man. Give his office a call at 744.1551. Book an appointment for a free exam!



 


 

 

 

 

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