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Quaker Steak & Lube in Pinellas Park will raise money to fight breast cancer

Pinellas Park

Eatery's menu will raise funds to fight cancer

For a limited time, and to coincide with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Pinellas Park Quaker Steak & Lube will add new items to the menu. This month it will feature the Sizzlin' Shrimp & Roasted Corn Quesadilla, Asian Glazed Salmon Salad, Parm Pepper Salmon Caesar, Fire-Grilled Shrimp Bowl and the Pan Asian Salmon Bowl.

Guests also will find special T-shirts on sale for a limited time.

Part of the proceeds from each menu item sold will go to fight breast cancer locally.

Quaker Steak & Lube is at 10400 49th St. N. For more information, call (727) 572-9464.

St. Petersburg

Meineke, Maaco dual location opens

A new Meineke Car Care Center and Maaco are open at a dual location at 2500 34th St. N. The businesses are operated by owner Steve Menth and his son, Jeffrey.

Meineke is an automotive maintenance and repair franchise specializing in brakes and general repair. Maaco specializes in cosmetic and collision repairs.

St. Petersburg

Croatian art gallery is closing at the Pier

The Croatian Naive Art Gallery at the Pier is closing. The art retailer has more customers buying from its website,, than from the store at St. Petersburg's struggling tourist destination.

Before closing, all art is discounted 50 percent. The store is open from noon to 5 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays.

Quaker Steak & Lube in Pinellas Park will raise money to fight breast cancer 10/01/11 [Last modified: Saturday, October 1, 2011 4:31am]
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