Chris Lytle 004Join Women in Logistics’ (WIL) and Pacific Transportation Association’s (PTA) annual Holiday Mixer and Food Drive. Thursday, December 10th.  5:00pm-8:00pm.  The Fat Lady (upstairs), Oakland.  Free to members and guests. However a man can levitra soft tabs experience some undesired response like nausea, vomiting, abnormal heart beat. There are a levitra soft number of pills on the market claiming to help men do this. This peptide has potentially decreases levitra price the risk of skin cancer development in body by accelerating tan. Men below the age of 18 should strictly stay away from it. cialis generika 5mg Let us know you are coming by registering here.

Kick the year off right and informed.  Join PMSA and WIL for a luncheon featuring Chris Lytle, Executive Director, Port of Oakland. Thursday, January 21st 11:00am-2:00pm. Scott’s, Jack London Square, Oakland.

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