Thanks to DITP Sponsors

Greg Christie, Jay Zemansky, Patsy Mercado and Zachary Cohn (l. to r.) answered questions at a genius bar  |  photo by Julie Durbin  |  post by Larry Clinton

The FHA ‘s May 19 Day in the Park would not have been possible without the generous participation of the following local businesses. They deserve our loyalty and support.

Renewal by Anderson Windows
Contact Denise Mosley
Renewal by Anderson is offering a 20% discount just for floating home residents. Scroll to their new Floating Times banner ad and scan the QR code to sign up. If you contact the company by other means, the discount will not apply.

Zachary Cohn of Engel & Volkers Real Estate
As a Real Estate Global Advisor,  Zachary is devoted to the accomplishment of all his clients’ real estate goals in Marin County, and the entire San Francisco Bay Area.

SF Waterproofing
Contact Matt Klein
Specializing in Concrete Floating Hulls.

Sadler Insurance
Jay Zemansky can help you find the best value on business insurance, auto, home and more.

Bay Area Escrow Services 
Contact Patsy Mercado
Providing real estate professionals and Individuals with fiduciary care on floating homes.

Bay Cities Refuse Services
Contact Greg Christie 
Proudly serving Southern Marin County, including Sausalito and the floating homes. Bay Cities provided garbage/recycling services during DITP.

Made By Mermaids
Contact Sarah Burke
Skincare by the Sea skincare, perfume, and bath products are handcrafted in smallbatches by Mermaids in Sausalito.

Big Baby Coffee
Contact Luz Castro
This Sausalito based firm served Columbian coffee and sold coffee beans at DITP.

Trefethen Family Vineyards
Contact Pam Johnson
Provided Dragon’s Tooth red blend wine at DITP

J. Lohr Vineyards and Wines 
Provided Seven Oaks Cabernet at DITP.

Best Friends Pet Supplies and Grooming
Contact Carla Willey
Provided 4 beautiful gift basket prizes for the pups and miniature horses in the pet parade and costume contest. Best Friends accepts donations of food, medicine and supplies to distribute to low-income pet owners.