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Setting the Record Straight on Caltrain and High Speed Rail

We started Peninsula Moves simply to get information out to you, knowing that you want to know more about Caltrain – past, present and future. The blog also provides the opportunity to correct misinformation before it takes on a life of its own and a recent local newspaper provided us with just such an opportunity. 228 more words

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Uforia Ads

Ads created for a fitness studio while interning at the Palo Alto Daily Post.  43 more words

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Earl Hansen Football Camp

Camp ad published in the Palo Alto Daily Post

Davagy de Leon 2011. All rights reserved. DO NOT reproduce without authorization.

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Real Estate Ads

Several Real Estate ads I did for different agents, all published in the Palo Alto Daily Post

Davagy de Leon 2011. All rights reserved. DO NOT reproduce without authorization. 32 more words

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Castilleja Summer Camp

Two different versions created for the Castilleja Summer Camp, only the horizontal one was published.

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TGI Friday's

Ads created for TGI Friday’s published on the Palo Alto Daily Post.

Sorry for the watermarks, but I have to make sure that nobody else is able to reproduce them. 43 more words

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New free daily has no website

PALO ALTO, Calif. — A startup launching (near the end of May) in the heart of Silicon Valley is offering a product that many now consider quaint and perhaps even passé: a traditional, ink-on-dead-tree-pulp daily newspaper. 288 more words

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