**SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT** - The All American Steakhouse & Sports Theater

**SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT** - The All American Steakhouse & Sports Theater

The All American Steakhouse & Sports Theater opened its doors at their flagship store on November 25, 2003 in Edgewater, Maryland. The All American Steakhouse & Sports Theater, is a family -friendly casual dining steakhouse providing good-old fashioned, friendly service, while serving high-quality food, featuring dry-aged steaks, hand-cut by our in-house butchers, and all of this in a fun, energetic, sports themed atmosphere.

**SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT** - MAX 40 Prime Steakhouse & Fish

**SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT** - MAX 40 Prime Steakhouse & Fish

One of the best restaurants in the Danbury area features 40 Day Prime Aged Beef along with Fresh Seafood.

MAX 40 Steakhouse & Fish’s menu is diverse and has plenty to offer. For the beef enthusiasts, MAX 40 Steakhouse & Fish serves Prime Beef that is top 2% of all beef but they take if one step further, by aging it for 40 days for the best flavor and tenderness. 

**SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT** - Babson College

**SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT** - Babson College

In reading the history of Babson College, we are reminded of a time when companies and institutions were founded on good, solid principals. It’s no wonder that they have provided a quality education for nearly a century.

On September 3, 1919, with an enrollment of 27 students, the Babson Institute held its first classes in the former home of Roger and Grace Babson on Abbott Road in Wellesley Hills.

**SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT** - Twisted Taco

**SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT** - Twisted Taco

In 2002, friends and restaurateurs’ Paul Gibbs and Ray Sieradzki decided that Atlanta was missing a fun taco and margarita joint so they decided to open “Twisted Taco”.  They took a 1914 row house in midtown Atlanta and transformed it into a successful taqueria and margarita bar.

**SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT** - Tin Lizzy’s

**SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT** - Tin Lizzy’s

In 2005 four longtime college friends opened Tin Lizzy’s in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood, giving their guests a unique taqueria with service rooted in genuine hospitality. Tin Lizzy’s quickly became a popular place to work and to meet friends for refreshing margaritas and delicious FlexMex cuisine. 

Earth Day 2017

Remember that little symbol above? It stood for “Ecology”. Since the early 70’s, getting involved with issues related to our environment, has grown steadily. Starting with that funny “e” symbol that looked like some type of Greek letter created in the 70’s by cartoonist Ron Cobb, all the way through today’s efforts with Global Warming, people have tried their best to care for our planet.