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Here are some individuals, businesses and companies that I support and have supported me over the years.

Sharing the Talent.

Chiropractic Down Town Portland:

 Dr. Greg Lekas with Clearwater Chiropractic

Dr.Lekas has a wonderfully gentle approach to his Chiropractic work and eases you into your adjustment by incorporating massage techniques into your session. . He is the only chiropractor that I allow to adjust my neck! His adjustments have long lasting results! You can find him downtown on NW 12. Click above to find out how to schedule with him.


Acupuncture SW Portland:

Dr. Yung peng Luo

Dr. Luo is one of the best acupuncturist I've seen in town. He grew up in China where he was trained in the art of acupuncture. He has been practicing for over 25 years. You may have run across is name in the Portland Monthly's top doctors in Portland.  He provides excellent care at very reasonable price. He also has an herbal store in his office, which really increases the success of one's care, in my opinion.His practice is off the Sylvan exit near the Portland Zoo. Click above to visit this wonderful office.

Business Signs:
Studio Sign Co

For over 50 years we have provided quality signage that stimulates, informs and sells. As one of Portland’s premier sign painting companies, we are able to produce both the newest in graphic technology and the oldest in hand-crafted techniques. From the initial design, to the graphics on your truck, to the lettering on your front door, we are committed to helping you promote your business. Our knowledgeable staff of artists are dedicated to quality, and take pride in a job well done.

Studio Signs & Pictorial Displays Inc.


Winery North Plains:

Abbey Creek Winery

 On the slopes of a northwest facing hillside, just beyond Portland’s urban heart, lies the picturesque, family-owned Abbey Creek Vineyard. Our first vines were planted in 1981 by Dr. Robert & Sandra Simmons and the  fruits of their labor were sold to local wineries until 2006 when son in law Bertony Faustin had the crazy notion of keeping the fruit onsite and starting their own label.

The first official Abbey Creek Vineyard label was released in 2008 and named as such after the creek that meanders throughout the 50 acre property. The 10 acres of vineyards consist mostly of Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, and Gewurztraminer with a recent addition of Gamay Noir and Albarino.

Distinguished locally for carefully cultivated fruit, we now present a small portfolio of handcrafted, premium estate wine.