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Business DirectoryT-WTravel*Cruise PlannersAlamo Ranch area(210) 453-9981Email: www.cmztraveldestinations.comUniversity/ Higher Education*UTSA University Career Center1 UTSA CircleSan Antonio, TX 78249(210) 458-4589*Grey Forest Utilities14570 Bandera Rd Helotes TX 78023 (210) 695-5980 www.gfugas.comWellness & Nutrition*Force 4 Freedom Wellness SolutionsP.O. Box 769474San Antonio, TX 78245 (210) 862-7072*Helotes Creek Winery14359 Old Bandera Rd, Suite 6 Helotes, TX 78023(210) 878-4759 see ad pg. 18 Email: helotescreekwine@gmail.comWireless Services*Optimal WirelessWestwood Plaza6603 W Loop 1604 N, Suite 104San Antonio, TX 78254(210) 314-2529Email: erikahaynes@optimalwireless.comEveryone has an invisible sign hanging from their neck saying, ‘Make me feel important.’ Never forget this message when working with people. ~ Mary Kay AshUtility Company/ Natural GasWinery/ BoutiqueASSOCIATION Building Business*Alamo Ranch /151Business Association MemberTDid You Know?he Federal Trade Commission warns against donating to charities and organizations that spring up suddenly in response to current events and natural disasters. While such organizations are not necessarily fraudulent,the FTC notes that they are unlikely to have the infrastructure in place to get donations to the area or people most in need in the wake of a disaster or other unforeseen event. The period immediately following a natural disaster can make donors especially vulnerable to con artists who commit charitable fraud. As a result, it’s important that prospective donors fully vet a charity beforedonating, and only make donations via personal check or a secure website. Cash donations and wire transfers should never be made, as such donations are difficult to trace should donors discover they have been victimized by charitable fraud. Learn more about safe donation practices and charitable fraud at www.GreatNWGuide.com33Business DirectoryHCNA/151RBUSOINMEALSAS

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