For Immediate Release Octobr 17, 2012

Online portal is designed to promote new flavors and products for newest client "Atlantic Bottling" makers of "Western Whiskey"

For Immediate Release January 10, 2011

Bradley Beach resident appointed new board member of Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau

Bradley Beach, NJ - January 10, 2011, The Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau (JSCVB) www.visitthejerseyshore.com has announced the appointment of Richard M.J. Jarosz, CEO of Lone Keep Internet, Inc. www.lonekeep.com, and six others as new officers to its board of directors.

"The Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau is the fastest growing destination marketing organization in New Jersey," explains executive director Robert Hilton. "Our organization represents thousands of jobs along the Jersey Shore and has a multimillion dollar impact on our regional and state economy. The strategic leadership of our board of directors is critical as we continue to grow and represent the Jersey Shore region. In these challenging economic times, our focus is on promoting a positive image of the Jersey Shore and encouraging tourism and commerce. We welcome our newest board members and will look to them for leadership and expertise."

"It's amazing how all the businesses of the shore area are dependent on tourism," states Mr. Jarosz. "Even Lone Keep Internet's business because most of our clients; Restaurants, Cafes and Bed and Breakfasts, are all very dependant on tourists."

In addition to Mr. Jarosz from Lone Keep Internet the new board members are: Mary Eileen Fouratt - Monmouth County Arts Council; Samantha Johnson - Courtyard Marriott; Gina Longo - Asbury Park Press; Michael Redpath - Redpath Associates; Vickie Palmer - Inns of Ocean Grove/Doolans; and Ben Waldron - Monmouth-Ocean Development Council.

The Executive Committee of the Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau includes: Sophia Mangalee - Monmouth Park Racetrack; Gary Pollack - Six Flags Great Adventure; Tom Gilmour - City of Asbury Park; Barb Youchah - Comfort Inn Middletown; and Toby Wolf - Casino Pier.

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For Immediate Release December 20, 2010

Coffee Roasters and Cafe in Ocean Grove Relaunches Barbaricbean.com Website

Ocean Grove, NJ, December 20, 2010 - Four years after establishing their first web presence, Barbaric Bean Coffee Roasters of Ocean Grove are pleased to announce its brand new website.

Easier to navigate, the site www.barbaricbean.com is designed in direct response to the growing requests of "How can I get this great coffee at home?" Offering many of the same features as the previous site, Barbaric Bean has provided new features like Coffee of the Month Club and the Saturday Night Coffee House Line-up. Also changes include the updated look and additional Product Lines and Categories

Margie Parrillo, owner of Barbaric Bean Coffee Roasters and Cafe, states "with the new site we can offer our customers the ability to send our coffee, a bit of home, overseas to their loved ones in the Military."

Lone Keep Internet, Inc., www.lonekeep.com, has been working with Joe and Margie to bring smiles to their summer customer's faces and coffee in their cups. We help their customers enjoy the Fresh Roasted Coffee of the "Bean" once they leave the Jersey Shore. Part of the relaunch was to expand the exposure and reach of barbaricbean.com to the rest of the world not just here at home at the Jersey Shore.

The new look and features of BarbaricBean.com are live and ready to use online.

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For Immediate Release December 6, 2010

78 year old Beachwood, NJ Woman Relaunches Singingbearsonline.com Website

Beachwood, NJ, December 6, 2010 - Five years after establishing a first web presence, Singing Bears Online is pleased to announce its brand new website.

Easier to navigate, the site www.singingbearsonline.com is designed in direct response to the growing requests to hear "how happy our bears make feel." Offering many of the same features as the previous site, Singing Bears Online has provided online rating and reviews of the bears offered as well as an updated look and additional Product Categories.

Rosalyn Thermelius, owner of Singing Bears Online, say "Our bears bring laughter and similes to both the young and the old. The bears say things that we think and we can't say. They also boost the spirits of the young, elderly and the sick."

Lone Keep Internet, Inc., www.lonekeep.com, has been working with Rosalyn to bring these smiles to her customer's faces. Part of the relaunch was to expand the exposure and reach of SingingBearsOnline.com to the rest of the world not just here at home in America. Connie, from Australia, had this to say "Just to let you know that 'Pearl' arrived safe and in perfect working order to Australia. In fact I have never heard a voice so strong - she really puts her heart into it!!! And she is done up beautifully. Thank you my mother will love her. Will be ordering another in the future."

The new look and features of SingingBearsOnline.com are live and ready to use online.

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For Immediate Release October 18, 2010

Lone Keep Internet, Inc. Announces Free Blogging Seminar in Asbury Park, NJ

Asbury Park, NJ, October 18, 2010 - Lone Keep Internet, a Jersey Shore technology firm based in Bradley Beach for the last 22 years, is hosting a Free Blogging Talk and Tea get together at the Sixth Avenue House Bed & Breakfast, Thursday October 21 at 1 - 4 PM. The Sixth Avenue House can be found at 305 Sixth Avenue, Asbury Park, NJ 07712.

Richard M.J. Jarosz, owner of Lone Keep Internet, will be leading this FREE discussion on how to use Blogging to promote your business and services.

"Blogging has been overlooked by small to medium size businesses as a viable form of promotion" explains Richard M.J. Jarosz, who is using Blogs to help promote not only clients but local charity organizations as well.

For information on the Free Seminar call 732-988-4044 or Email richard@lonekeep.com
For more information on Lone Keep Internet visit www.lonekeep.com
For more information on the Sixth Avenue House visit www.sixthavenuehouse.com

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For Immediate Release September 13, 2010

Lone Keep Internet, Inc. Announces Free Cooperative Promotion Seminar in Allenhurst, NJ

Bradley Beach, NJ, September 13, 2010 - Lone Keep Internet, a Jersey Shore technology firm based in Bradley Beach for the last 22 years, is hosting a Free Cooperative Promotion Talk and Tea get together at the Shore Antique Center, Thursday September 23 at 1 - 4 PM. The Shore Antique Center can be found at 413 Allen Avenue, Allenhurst, NJ 07711

Rose O'Conner-Myer, one of the owners of the Shore Antique Center and an accredited Appraiser will be leading this FREE discussion on how to use Cooperative Promotion to promote your business and services.

"The most practical way to succeed with a brick & mortar business on Main Street America?...Cooperative Promotion." says Rose O'Conner-Myer. She continues "Share the cost of Advertising, Marketing and Special Events then share the positive results in sales and awareness."

For information on the Free Seminar call 732-988-4044 or Email richard@lonekeep.com
For more information on Lone Keep Internet visit www.lonekeep.com
For more information on the Shore Antique Center visit www.shoreantiquecenter.com

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For Immediate Release August 26, 2010

Bradley Beach man earns the status of Advanced Communicator Bronze

Bradley Beach, NJ, August 26, 2010 - Richard M.J. Jarosz president of Lone Keep Internet, a Jersey Shore technology firm based in Bradley Beach for the last 22 years, has earned the status of Advanced Communicator Bronze through his Toastmasters Club Shore Speakers #7478 based in the Neptune Library in Neptune, NJ.

The communication program is a self-paced training program that enables participants to learn effective speaking in a club environment. To achieve Advanced Communicator Bronze recognition, participants must complete a series of challenging projects designed to enhance their speaking skills. This requires several years of study and active participation in a Toastmasters Club.

The achievement of this award by Toastmaster Jarosz demonstrates a high degree of self-motivation and a strong interest in self-improvement. It also exhibits the ability to apply communication skills in professional and community environments.

Richard M.J. Jarosz stated that "the lessons I have learned at Toastmasters have helped prepare me to speak in front of an audience. Toastmasters has also helped me better convey my message at my monthly seminars I give for the local business community."

For information on the Lone Keep Internet or Toastmasters call 732-988-4044 or Email richard@lonekeep.com
For more information on Lone Keep Internet visit www.lonekeep.com
For more information on Toastmasters Shore Speakers #7478 visit www.shorespeakers.org

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For Immediate Release  August 16, 2010

Lone Keep Internet, Inc. Announces Free Social Networking Seminar in Bradley Beach

Bradley Beach, NJ, August 16, 2010 - Lone Keep Internet, a Jersey Shore technology firm based in Bradley Beach for the last 22 years, is hosting a Free Social Networking Talk and Tea get together at their offices in Bradley Beach, Thursday August 26 at 1 - 4 PM.

Richard M.J. Jarosz , President & CEO of the award winning Technology Consulting firm Lone Keep Internet, Inc. and noted speaker will be leading this FREE discussion on how to use Social Networking to promote your business and yourself.

"Businesses should not ignore the use of Social Networking as a viable method of promoting their websites," says Richard M.J. Jarosz of Lone Keep Internet, Inc. He continues stating that "used correctly it can increase traffic to your website by getting the word out."

For information on the Free Talk call 732-988-4044 or Email richard@lonekeep.com
For more information on Lone Keep Internet visit www.lonekeep.com

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For Immediate Release  July 19, 2010

Lone Keep Internet, Inc. Announces Free "How to use the phone to promote your website" Seminar in Bradley Beach

Bradley Beach, NJ, July 19, 2010 - Lone Keep Internet, a Jersey Shore technology firm based in Bradley Beach for the last 22 years, is hosting a Free "How to use the phone to promote your website" Talk and Tea get together at their offices in Bradley Beach, Thursday July 22 at 1 - 4 PM.

Richard M.J. Jarosz , President & CEO of the award winning Technology Consulting firm Lone Keep Internet, Inc. and noted speaker will be leading this FREE discussion on how to use the phone to promote your website.

"Most businesses ignore the phone as a viable method of promoting their websites," says Richard M.J. Jarosz of Lone Keep Internet, Inc. He continues stating that "used correctly it can increase traffic to your website by 20% or more."

For information on the Free Talk call 732-988-4044 or Email richard@lonekeep.com
For more information on Lone Keep Internet visit www.lonekeep.com

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For Immediate Release  June 9, 2009

Free "Building a Simple Webpage" Talk at Matawan-Aberdeen Public Library Press Release

Matawan-Aberdeen NJ, June 9, 2009 - Lone Keep Internet, a Jersey Shore technology firm based in Bradley Beach for the last 21 years, is presenting a Free "Building a Simple Webpage" Talk at Matawan-Aberdeen Public Library, June 15, 2009 at 7:00 pm.

Richard M.J. Jarosz , President & CEO of the award winning Technology Consulting firm Lone Keep Internet, Inc. and noted speaker, will be leading this FREE discussion on Building a Simple Webpage. He will be covering using some of the more popular Hosting Templates and even some of the Social Networking sites to build these simple sites.

"Getting a Webpage nowadays is a simple as logging on," says Richard M.J. Jarosz of Lone Keep Internet, Inc. "Using it effectively is something else. But we will be discussing that also."

For information on the Free Talk call 732-988-4044 or Email richard@lonekeep.com
For more information on Lone Keep Internet visit www.lonekeep.com

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For Immediate Release  May 18, 2009

Lone Keep Internet Announces Free Branding Seminar in Asbury Park

Asbury Park, NJ, May 18, 2009 - Lone Keep Internet, a Jersey Shore technology firm based in Bradley Beach for the last 21 years, is hosting a Branding Talk and Tea get together at the Sixth Avenue House B&B in Asbury Park, May 29 at 1 - 4 PM.

Richard M.J. Jarosz, President & CEO of the award winning Technology Consulting firm Lone Keep Internet, Inc. and noted speaker, will be leading this FREE discussion on branding of yourself, your business and your website. He will be joined by Craig Gunter of INCA Graphic in the three hour seminar and open discussion.

"Branding is so much more than just having a logo," says Craig Gunter of INCA Graphic Production. "Branding involves the systematic implementation of a logo, colors, typefaces, and other elements to create an unmistakable 'look' that consistently promotes the identity of an organization."

For information on the Free Seminar call 732-988-4044 or Email richard@lonekeep.com
For more information on Craig Gunter of INCA Graphic Production visit www.incagraphic.com
For more directions to the Sixth Avenue House B&B in Asbury Park visit www.sixthavenuehouse.com

About Lone Keep Internet, Inc. Lone Keep Internet is a leading Internet Business Consulting Firm on the Jersey Shore for the last 21 years. Services include Internet Promotion, Business Consulting, Internet Research and Internet Training. Additional information can be found at www.lonekeep.com

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For Immediate Release  April 21, 2009

Free Promotion and Branding Seminar

Spring Lake, NJ, April 21, 2009 - Lone Keep Internet, a Jersey Shore technology firm based in Bradley Beach for the last 21 years, is hosting a Promotion Talk and Tea get together at the White Lilac Inn in Spring Lake, April 24 at 1 - 4 PM.

Richard M.J. Jarosz , President & CEO of the award winning Technology Consulting firm Lone Keep Internet, Inc. and noted speaker will be leading this FREE discussion on promotion and branding of yourself, your business and your website. He will be joined by Craig Gunter of INCA Graphic in the three hour seminar and open discussion.

"Branding is so much more than just having a logo," says Craig Gunter of INCA Graphic Production. "Branding involves the systematic implementation of a logo, colors, typefaces, and other elements to create an unmistakable 'look' that consistently promotes the identity of an organization."

For information on the Free Seminar call 732-988-4044 or Email richard@lonekeep.com
For more information on Lone Keep Internet visit www.lonekeep.com
For more directions to the White Lilac Inn in Spring Lake visit www.whitelilac.com

About Lone Keep Internet, Inc. Lone Keep Internet is a leading Internet Business Consulting Firm on the New Jersey Shore for the last 21 years.

Services include Internet Promotion, Business Consulting, Internet Research and Internet Training

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For Immediate Release  March 17, 2008

Jersey Shore Community Information Bulletin Celebrating 300 Issues

Bradley Beach, NJ - March 17, 2008 -- 300 years. 300 episodes. 300 shows complete with curtain calls. All of these are noteworthy accomplishments worth celebrating. So how about 300 issues? That's what the Jersey Shore Community Information Bulletin recently celebrated.

How did the Bulletin last for 300 issues? That's easy: keeping the goal in mind that was set eight years ago when it started. The goal was to be an informative, fun newsletter at the Shore, for the Shore, by a Shore resident. That's how the Bulletin was born. In the summer of 1996 some employees of Lone Keep Internet, Inc., the Bulletin's parent company, thought it would be fun and helpful to publish via email a local e-newsletter about the Jersey Shore and what was happening here. The format would be simple and would include a letter from the editor and some local events going on in the area.

The first issue was published and sent out to current clients of Lone Keep, Internet, Inc., friends and family. It was well received and so a second issue was published about six weeks later. Folks began to forward the newsletter to friends and co-workers. Before they knew it, the Bulletin was growing in readership and readers were sending information to be included for upcoming events.

By the end of the first year, the Jersey Shore Community Information Bulletin had close to 2,000 readers, was expanding to include even more events, was being published on a regular monthly basis and was responsible for having reunited friends at local events! Over the years the Bulletin has changed. It now offers local businesses the opportunity to sponsor issues to reach a local market. Readership has grown to close to 11,000 subscribers in Monmouth and Ocean counties. Due to popular request from readers the newsletter is now published twice every month (the 1st and 3rd Mondays) and just this summer from June thru August it was published every Monday due to reader request. The newsletter now includes a "Quote of the Issue", a "From the Readers" section to let others know about what's going on and an "FYI" section for organizations/ groups to let readers know about meetings.

However a few things still remain the same. The newsletter is still free to subscribers. The Bulletin still maintains its goal of being about the Shore, for the Shore and by a Shore resident. "As long as I live here at the Shore I will continue to publish what's going on and what's best about the Shore. I am proud of the Bulletin and take great satisfaction in knowing that people in the area look forward to receiving the newsletter and enjoy going to the local events," said Karen E. Jarosz, Editor of the Jersey Shore Community Information Bulletin.

So after twelve years, 300 issues, many sponsors, thousands of local events and many emails of appreciation a celebration is in order! Rest assured though the Jersey Shore Community Information Bulletin plans on getting down to work to be able to celebrate the next 300 issues as well. After all as long as there is a Jersey Shore and events to attend the Bulletin will be going strong. To read the Bulletin, be added to the subscriber list to receive the Bulletin or learn how to sponsor issues to promote your business go to www.lonekeep.com/jscib or call Karen E. Jarosz at 732-988-4044.

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For Immediate Release December 15, 2007

Lone Keep Internet Celebrates Its 20th Year

Jersey Shore Area, NJ, December 15, 2003 - Imagine 20 years from now. Where will you be? What will you be doing? 20 years is quite a long time. It's a long time for a band to be together making music or for a couple to be married. Both are a challenge in today's world. Yet that is how long Lone Keep Internet has been gallantly serving the Jersey Shore.

Lone Keep Systems, as it was known in 1988, came about when President and CEO, Richard M.J. Jarosz, felt the need to share his computer expertise with small businesses in the shore area. At the time Lone Keep Systems offered individuals computer training on various programs and set up computer systems for businesses that were beginning to utilize computers for record keeping. In addition Lone Keep Systems offered a Microsoft Works course in the evenings through the Toms River adult school program. It was quite successful and Lone Keep Internet was on its way.

Then in the mid 1990's the computer world saw changes. "Our clients brought us the net," states Richard M.J. Jarosz, President of Lone Keep Internet, Inc. "We had businesses approach us with a need for access to the web and create web sites. They wanted to know if Lone Keep Systems could handle their new needs." Always up for a challenge and willing to grow, Lone Keep Systems evolved into Lone Keep Internet, Inc. The company changed direction and began offering clients internet access as well as web site design. Long time clients were excited to be able to update and expand their business yet still maintain their relationship with Lone Keep Systems, who had been servicing their computer needs for years already. At the same time the Jersey Shore Community Information Bulletin, an email newsletter about local events, was launched to reach out to residents.

Soon the question was raised. What good is a website if no one knows about it? Promotion on the web became the next challenge Lone Keep Internet would take on. Websites were now becoming faster to download and more animated with programs such as Flash. Placement in search engines was becoming key. With training and the hiring of new staff Lone Keep Internet proudly introduced its promotional division, Towne Crier and more recently, ShoreGuide.Info. Both are designed to promote businesses in primarily Monmouth and Ocean counties.

Ever changing and growing are the words to describe Lone Keep Internet, Inc. Dedicated and helpful are the qualities that define the staff of Lone Keep Internet, Inc. "We are in the business of solving people's technical frustrations whatever that may be to each individual or business," states Karen E. Jarosz, Vice President and Editor of the Jersey Shore Community Information Bulletin. If you have a technical challenge that Lone Keep Internet, Inc. can help you with, give us a call at 732-988-4044 and we will be happy to assist you in easing the frustration.

Our clients come from diverse backgrounds with a variety of different needs. Click here to read how Lone Keep has helped other small businesses succeed!

"Lone Keep consistently delivers the results I need to make my business grow. Last year, my goal was to drive more business through my website. Lone Keep was able to drastically increase my internet presence, which resulted in direct sales."

- Bob Hilton

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