ACCESSIBLE WORLD PRESENTS STOCKING STUFFERS PART II

Dear Friends and Supporting Vendors

Each year, we present our Stocking Stuffers Program in an attempt to provide our audience with a variety of choices of gifts for the holiday season. We also present Stocking Stuffers in order to thank our vendors who sell us their products and to give them an opportunity to discuss and demonstrate them. We shall always have questions from our wonderful audience. All times listed below are Eastern.

Accessible World cordially invites you to our second part of Stocking Stuffers on November 14, 2016. This is an opportunity for you to shop for all of the holidays you celebrate.

8:00-8:25 P.M.

We welcome Debbie Sands, the Proprietor of an innovative store, Three Treasure Houndz.

Three Treasure Houndz, with a "z," is the newest faction of DJS Consultant Services. Debbie Sands, Founder and Owner, is a service dog accessibility education consultant, dog blogger and now eCommerce merchant. Debbie has been in the service dog business for over 22 years, and with the ever-increasing demand for online shopping, she launched her own online store recently. Dog products, items for travel and camping enthusiasts as well as women's accessories, make up her store at this time... all large niches with online shoppers. Debbie is offering free shipping, for a limited time, on all products as a thank you to all her store fans.

Contact information:
email: support@threetreasurehoundz.com
Store website: www.threetreasurehoundz.com

8:25-9:10 P.M.

Jason Neeland will speak to us about the many products provided by LS and S for the holiday season.

The products that I plan to cover are below.

1. Pocket Sized Talking Calculator 6648
2. Megavoice Bible 451033
3. Fancy beaded watches 101114
4. Pocket Sized Talking Calculator 6648
5. Bluetooth keyboards 601125
6. Intruder Alert 421158
7. Coil AT Max 8277
8. Aftershokz 221090
9. Reminder Rosie 601115
10. 6dot electronic Braille 521057
11. Mercury OCR 251083

Contact information:
Jason Dean Neeland
Senior Account Manager

145 River Rock Drive
Buffalo, NY 14207

Phone: 800-468-4789 x 218 |Direct 716-348-3518 |Direct Fax 847-498-2648 www.LSSproducts.com "We Try Because You Try" Listen for the special code provided for our Tek Talk audience

9:10-9:40 P.M.

Mystic Access is thrilled to share our rapidly-expanding catalog with the Tek Talk listeners. Our line of professionally-produced audio tutorials cover a wide variety of topics from the Victor Reader Stream to the Amazon Alexa products to the latest Apple Watch, and much more.

We're delighted to share about several of our tutorials, in addition to our training opportunities and high-quality accessible hardware with this wonderful audience. We're sure we have something that will be the perfect present for you or someone you love. Web and phone orders are always welcomed, and we'll be happy to answer your questions at the end of our presentation. We wish you a bright and beautiful holiday season.

Contact Info:
Website: https://www.MysticAccess.com
Phone: (716) 543-3323
Email: info@MysticAccess.com9:40-10:15 P.M.

9:40-10:15 pm
We welcome Ben Einstein of the Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired, San Francisco, to discuss their fine products.

As far as products go, we would use the opportunity to discuss the breadth of products we have at our store. On the high tech end, that would include: the Bradley Timepiece, the Meteor Vibrating watch, the Rainbow II Color Reader, Aftershokz Bone Conduction headphones, Victor Readers (which we currently have at a very good price), and Sleep Phones. There aren't too many physical stores where you can try these things out, and we are one of them! We also sell useful low tech products here too--handy tactile and accessibility products, including bump dots, sock tuckers, thick ink pens, and kitchen products like liquid level indicators and oven rack guards.

Contact Information:
Ben Einstein
Adaptations Store Associate
415-694-7301
LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Host: Robert Acosta
E-Mail: boacosta@pacbell.net

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