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What's Up Naples is about informing people of the events, places to go and people that help make Naples Florida an incredible place to visit and live.

What's Up Naples Greg Lordi

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What's Up Naples is about informing people of the events, places to go and people that help make Naples Florida an incredible place to visit and live.

    Episode Hurricane Irma - Episode 2 - Going Home

    Episode Hurricane Irma - Episode 2 - Going Home

    An unedited blog about a personal home watch professionals experiences working in a Post Hurricane Irma Naples

    • 2 min
    Episode Hurricane Irma - Episode 1

    Episode Hurricane Irma - Episode 1

    Blog about my experiences in the Naples area with Hurricane Irma

    • 4 min
    Episode 9 - Guerilla Media

    Episode 9 - Guerilla Media

    Guerilla Media's award winning team has several decades of experience and together has produced hundreds of episodic television programs, compelling documentaries, commercials and infomercials. We have a successful process that can be scaled and replicated. No one is providing services of this type or quality, at this low of price point to any local businesses or entrepreneurs. No one will work harder to go above and beyond for our clients needs not just because it’s the right thing to do but because this is what we love to do and they are why we do it. Some may speculate that the 800lbs of power we talk about is ego from years in the industry but when you talk to anyone at Guerilla Media we hope you will see that our 800lbs. is all heart. Who we are at our core comes back to what we believe. We believe that being treated with respect, honesty and integrity are key values. We know these beliefs and values will be of benefit to you in how we serve you.

    • 7 min
    Episode 8 - The Naples Museum of Military History

    Episode 8 - The Naples Museum of Military History

    The Naples Museum Of Military History. We are a  Southwest Florida military memorabilia museum, with over 10,000 artifacts available for public viewing. We are pleased to present exhibits of these treasures to local area groups and the general public While we are actively searching for a new “home” site for them. MISSION STATEMENT:To acquire and preserve significant Military artifacts and to display these and in a fashion conducive to public viewing and understanding.To acquire, catalog and make available to interested persons, books, unpublished documents and other papers which can facilitate research, understanding, and appreciation of Military artifacts on display

    • 8 min
    Episode 7 - Cafe Normandie

    Episode 7 - Cafe Normandie

    For ideally-located, affordable yet authentic Award-Winning French cuisine served in a comfortable, relaxed setting, visit Café Normandie. Café Normandie offers an array of lunch delights ranging from $7 to $13, such as quiche Lorraine, salade Niçoise, Croque-Monsieur, soupe á l’oignon, stuffed croissants, crepes, friand to order and freshly-baked baguette sandwiches. Delicious dinner selections range from $13 to $23, and include escargots de Bourgogne, boeuf Bourguignon, poulet á la sauce moutarde, sea bass with Normandie cream sauce and canard aux pêches. Café Normandie also offers a wine list and domestic and imported beers for your dining enjoyment. Highest-quality ingredients, a casually elegant atmosphere plus a friendly wait staff are sure to make Café Normandie your new French favorite.

    • 6 min
    Episode 6 - The Greater Naples YMCA

    Episode 6 - The Greater Naples YMCA

    The Y movement was started over 160 years ago. There is a Y whose original charter was signed by Abraham Lincoln, and in 1914, Woodrow Wilson said: “You can test a modern community by its interest in the YMCA.”In addition to being the oldest and largest social institution in the United States, the Y is also the largest membership organization and the largest provider of child care, youth sports, aquatics programs, camping, health and fitness, day camp and parent-child programs.The YMCA is community-based. This is why no Y is quite the same. As the saying goes, “Once you’ve seen one Y…you’ve seen one Y…” This flexibility means our mission is broad enough to allow us to do whatever needs to be done.The YMCA has always been practical. Our founder, George Williams, said, “If a young man says he has lost God, first buy him dinner.” He dreamed of a world where Christian teachings were not just preached, they were practiced.YMCAs have interpreted the Christian mission in a practical way, often including many groups excluded by others. For example, long before the phrase “cultural diversity” was used, YMCAs were at work in the Great Plains with both the U.S. Cavalry and the Sioux Indians. The Y worked with prisoners on both sides in both World Wars. In Jerusalem, the only place where Arabs, Jews, and Christians can meet is the YMCA. And right here in our own backyard, members mix with a true cross-section of the community every day. The YMCA has always been about development. Our symbol, the triangle, represents the development of spirit, mind and body. At the YMCA, people of every age, race, religion and circumstance are welcome. Our doors will continue to be truly open to all…today, tomorrow and for the next 100 year

    • 7 min

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