Tuesday, January 19, 2010

The Clergy Network of Southern California - Recipients Of Brides Choice Awards at Wedding Wire - 2010

January 19th 2010 – The Brides Choice Awards On Wedding Wire! Southern California – WeddingWire, the nation’s leading wedding technology company, just announced that The Clergy Network of Southern California has been selected to receive the 2010 Bride’s Choice Awards™ for Wedding Officiators.

The annual Bride’s Choice Awards™ recognizes and celebrates excellence in quality and service within the wedding industry, as determined by recent reviews and extensive surveys from over 500,000 newlyweds.

The Clergy Network of Southern California is among the top five percent of all vendors in the WeddingWire community, which includes over 100,000 wedding professionals across the US and Canada. Awards were given to winners across 19 different service categories, from wedding venues to wedding photographers.

“We are excited to recognize and honor the success of the top wedding professionals within the WeddingWire Community” said Timothy Chi, WeddingWire’s Chief Executive Officer. “The annual Bride’s Choice Awards™ program has given us the unique opportunity to highlight the best wedding professionals in each region as reviewed by brides and grooms who have utilized their services in the past year.”

We are happy to announce that The Clergy Network of Southern California is among the very best Wedding Officiators within the WeddingWire Network, which includes WeddingWire and Martha Stewart Weddings. We would like to thank our past newlyweds for nominating us for the 2010 Bride’s Choice Awards™.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

State Of California VS Federal Government - Fight Over Bride Name Change In California 2010

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