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BUSINESS NEWS Noah Concrete Corporation N oah Concrete Corporation is a family-owned business located in Gilroy California. Founded in 1996 and established in San Jose, Noah Concrete became the recognized leader in concrete services. The companyʼs success allowed Noah Concrete rapid expansion and they moved their operations to the city of Gilroy in the year 2000. Since then Noah Concrete Headquarters has been providing concrete services to their clients in the Bay Area. Don Alvarez Sr., owner of Noah Concrete, has been in the concrete busi- ness for over 35 years. Today, accompa- nied by his sons Jacob, Issac and Don Jr., along with their field workforce and office staff, provide quality concrete services to clients in the Bay Area. They do commercial, residential, industrial, institutional, and government work offering such services as demolition, decorative, structural, tilt-up buildings, parking structures, site work, retaining walls, landscape masonry work and more. Noah Concrete is located at 5900 Rossi Studio Three Dance T he goal at Studio Three Dance is to teach and mentor well-rounded danc- ers in a safe, professional environment offering small class sizes that pro- vide individual attention to you and your student. Studio Three Dance opened September 30, 2002 with only 31 students; it is one of the fastest-growing studios in the area with more than 200 children and adults taking dance classes each week in tap, jazz, ballet, lyrical, contemporary, hip hop, and acro. More and more families are seeking dance for their children or for themselves simply because of exercise. Learning, moving and progressing in a fun nurturing environment is what every student will experience at Studio Three Dance, located at 7488 Monterey St. More information at studiothreedance.com Visit the Great Wall of China T T he 15 th Annual Garlic City Car Show will take place on Saturday, August 20. The classic cars will be on display along Monterey Street in downtown. The event begins at 10 am and runs until 6 pm. This yearʼs car show is hosted by the Gilroy Chamber of Commerce. Stop by for food, music, fun, lots of great cars and a chance to win some great cash prizes. There will also be a Swap Meet located in the parking lot located at the corner of 4th Street and Eigleberry. he Gilroy Chamber of Commerce is offering a unique opportunity to experience the Chinese culture, history and business. Through a partnership with Citslinc, International, the Chamber is offering a cost- effective trip to China from October 16 – 24, 2016. The trip includes stops in Beijing, Shanghai, Suzhou and Hangzhou with opportunities to visit historic sites like the Great Wall of China and Tiananmen Square. This is an excellent opportunity to be introduced to China. Itʼs extremely affordable and includes visits to major cities, various economic zones and major historical sites. The trip includes airfare from San Jose, hotel accom- modations at four & five star hotels, three full meals a day, and profes- sional drivers and tour operators. The cost is $2,199 for Chamber Members and $2,299 for non-members. GILROY • MORGAN HILL • SAN MARTIN JULY / AUGUST 2016 gmhtoday.com 81