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- Store Name: Dock Side Deliveries
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204 Main Street
Newport Beach, CA 92661
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Product Location204 Main Street, Newport Beach, California 92661, United States of America
Vessel Welfare Check$16.99 – $490.00Select options
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic Dock Side Deliveries is providing a “Vessel Welfare Check” exclusively in Newport Beach CA. in the Balboa Island area and surrounding marinas. We will do a welfare check of your vessel to make sure your property is the way you left it. Our Welfare check consists of a full circle monitoring of your vessel including Video and Images sent to your email. Depending on which option you choose will determine the number of checks we will perform based on your level of urgency. Dock Side Deliveries is offering 1 Day, Per Week and Per Month welfare checks on your valuable asset, your boat. Enter the code free2020 for a $20 instant savings!
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Nissin cup o noodles shrimp comes in a 2.25 ounce pack. Just add a little hot water and go from hungry to happy in record time. It’s the portable, hot meal that’s ideal for camping, a quick lunch at your desk, or serving up as an easy after school snack. Nissin founder, Momofuku Ando, has always instilled a sense of commitment and quality in Nissin products. Today, Nissin’s corporate philosophy inspires this same commitment to taste, convenience, and quality. Mr. Ando began the company as part of a humble family operation back in 1948 faced with sparse food sources after World War II; Mr. Ando realized that a quality, convenient ramen product would help to feed the masses. His goal was to create a satisfying ramen that could be eaten anywhere, anytime. In 1958, Nissin introduced “chicken ramen”, the first instant ramen. Ironically, it was considered a luxury item, since Japanese grocery stores sold fresh Japanese noodles (Udon) at one sixth the cost of Mr. Ando’s new food concept.