Our Brand New Roof Maintenance Program is a Hit!

by: Kirsten Land on April 26th, 2011 about Roofing Advice

Brian LandAs some of you may have seen or heard, Brian Land (owner/founder of Land Enterprises Roofing) has recently been featured on local newscasts to introduce our brand new, first in Oklahoma, Roof Maintenance Program. This program offers homeowners the opportunity to never step onto their roof again! This is a concept that many homeowners have appreciated since they have worried about their spouse or partner climbing a ladder to clean gutters or remove debris from their roof.

We offer 4 packages with the investment starting at $195. Each package includes a 12-point-roof inspection, cleaning the gutters and skylights, caulking if needed, and inspecting the roof for leaks or any potential problems. After each inspection you will receive a report outlining the findings in the inspection. Customers who are enrolled in this program also receive discounts for any needed repairs or re-roofs. Eventually all homes need to be re-roofed but this program will help prolong the life of your roof and may prevent any interior damage that can occur from a leak by catching it before it ever starts!

Curious about our new program? Call us @ 359-3951 to schedule your free, no obligation inspection

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Happy Anniversary to NASA’s Space Shuttle!

by: Kirsten Land on April 12th, 2011 about personal

Kirsten Vogt Land & Allison Vogt

My sister, Allison, and I pose in front of an Atlas/Centaur launch vehicle when I was about eight-years-old.

Today marks two very important dates in space history with the 50th anniversary of human space flight and the 30th anniversary of the US Space Shuttle’s first flight! For me and many others who love space travel this is a bitter sweet anniversary as the Space Shuttle program will come to an end this summer. When the last Shuttle blasts off into Space it will also mark a new era in US history as NASA will no longer have any manned space craft in it’s fleet. The Obama administration cut plans for any future Space Shuttle program. I believe that decision will diminish America’s exceptionalism in the world. When we flew to China last year to adopt our second son, our travels took us to Inner Mongolia, China, home to China’s space program. Our guide took us to a history museum that hosted an exhibit about the Chinese space program and with it included pictures and information about our US Space Shuttle. When asked why they displayed pictures of our space program he told us that the Chinese admire the US space program. No other space program besides China and the US were shown in this exhibit.

The US has been a leader in the Space Race ever since President John F. Kennedy declared it a priority for America. Sadly, it is no longer a priority to this administration. The Space Shuttle program has advanced our society and way of life with many discoveries that led to great inventions including Velcro to name only one of many.

I have grown up watching the Space Shuttle launches and have admired the many astronauts. My Father worked for NASA when I was growing up and I know how much this program means to the many people around our country who work for NASA.

I never had the privilege of seeing a launch in person and had hoped to see one before the program ended. When that day finally arrives it will be a sense of pride in our Country and a pain in my heart for the end of something so magnificent!

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Bunnies on The Fairway

by: Kirsten Land on April 5th, 2011 about personal

Edmond, OK - On Friday, April 22, 2011 see the latest in children's fashion at Bunnies on the Fairway children's fashion show and auction with proceeds benefiting the Cavett Kids Foundation. The event will be held at Oak Tree Country Club. Doors open at 5 p.m. and the event begins at 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 per person.

The fashion show will feature spring children's fashions from: Baby Mode Children's Clothier, Funky Monkey, Kiddoes, Ladybugs and Lizards Children's Boutique, Lil Dudes and Divas and Uptown Kids. Auction will include art from area artists, gift baskets and much more.

The event is chaired by Olya Grimes and Jennifer McIntyre who both feel passionately about helping children. Grimes, says, "Spring is in the air and summer plans are being made. We feel that now is a critical time to support Cavett Kids Foundation and their mission to provide camps, events and programs for children with life-threatening and chronic illnesses while promoting character, coping skills and connection at no charge to the patients or their families."

Jenny Rodgers, Cavett Kids Foundation Director says, "Over the past few years, Cavett Kids Foundation (formerly Camp Cavett ) has grown tremendously. In 2010 alone, our total number of patients helped increased by 30%! However, due to the current economical situation, donations have significantly decreased we are concerned about being able to help such a large number of patients in the future." This year the foundation's goal is $100K in 100 Days to "Help bring a smile to a sick kid".

For more information about the Cavett Kids Foundation:

Help send kids to camp and enjoy a fun evening out

Friday, April 22, 2011

Doors open at 5 p.m; event begins at 6 p.m.

Tickets are $20 at the door (cash or check only)

Event Contact, Olya Grimes: or 405-641-8647

Media Contact, Jennifer McIntyre or 405-414-9351

Our sons, Daniel and Evan, will be modeling clothes from Lady Bugs and Lizards. This will be a fun event and I hope you can join us as we support a very special organization.





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