July 1, 2008 New Website For Med Plus! By Stacie Smith Inside This Issue As you all know, we have the new website New Website 1 up and running! It has been a long process, Home Health Division 1 and we still have some tweaking to do, but I think it looks fantastic. We have also How to Save on Gas 2 redone the logo to better suit our growing Want to Fix Your Credit? 2 business (see story 2). We are making waves in the medical staffing industry. Look out! I am looking for some testimonials to include in the website, so any of you that want to tell the world how much you love Med Plus, I need your help. It does not Birthdays and Anniversaries need to be anything long and detailed, just a sentence or two. Patricia Rollins – July 2 Shem Deberry – July 3 Maurice Breaux – July 11 Rhonda Nash – July 13 William Hall – July 13 Home Health Division Natalie Williams – July 14 By Stacie Smith Natalie Scott – July 19 Christine Anderson – July 25 Med Plus is expanding in an exciting new direction. We are opening a home health Charles Bardo – July 25 division! We are looking to start accepting Joyce Slate – July 28 patients within the next 60 days. Doreen Holmes – July 28 Sharita Rogers – July 31 We will be providing nursing services, personal Robin Abotobik – July 31 care services, homemaker services, and transportation to our clients. Let us know if you are interested in branching out into the home healthcare field. Page 2 How to Save at the Pump By Kelsey Moore There are many ways you can save gas. The first is to try and fill up late at night or early in the morning when it is still cool outside. This is when gasoline is at its densest. Another tip is to drive slower. I know most people don’t want to slow down but the slower you drive the better it is for your gas mileage. If you have to exceed 40mph it forces your vehicle to tremendous wind resistance, so driving the legal speed limit doesn’t only help you obey the law but it is much better gas efficiency. Also do not turn your car off and on unless necessary, idling your engine for one minute consumes the gas amount equivalent to when you start the engine. Another reminder is to not let your tank get under ¾. The lower you let your tank get the more room there is for fumes, so when you do fill back up you aren’t really getting as much gas as you should and the emptier the tank the more stuff from the bottom gets used through your gas and is bad for you car. Last don’t hook the trigger on the fastest speed it will go when filling up, the faster it goes the less gas you actually get. These are just a few of the tips that help you save gas and money. Want to Fix Your Credit? By Jennifer Flynn As gas and food prices rises, more and more Americans are finding it harder “Take care of your body. and harder to make ends meet. Many Americans are now facing bad credit It's the only place you reports and scores. However, there is hope for anyone facing this situation. have to live.” We recommend checking out -John Rohn www.letsfixcreditbiz.com. This website is set up for anyone looking for ways to fix their credit. You may log on and watch an informational video and sign up today. You can rest assured you are working with the nation’s leading credit repair company. Fix Credit Biz is a full service credit repair company who will do all the work for you including pulling your credit report. So take the first step to improving your credit. Just logon to receive your free credit consultation.