Local Business offers free La Jolla wine tours

Local investment company ABS Fund has partnered with La Jolla Wine Tours, a local business that promotes La Jolla’s wine, food and cultural presence. Looking for way to support the community while promoting his company, ABS Fund CEO George “Cody” Price found La Jolla Wine Tours to be a perfect fit. “What better way to get to know my clients while enjoying one of the best aspects of La Jolla, the food and wine,” says Price.

During the wine tour, regularly valued at $100, participants will have the opportunity to learn more about ABS Fund, which originated in Arizona and has been a top performing fund in the country since 2009. Those who have interest and meet certain qualification requirements required by the state of California will be treated to a three-hour, one-mile leisurely walking tour of downtown La Jolla with a local resident guide making stops at several local restaurants and wineries.

ABS Fund moved operations to La Jolla a year ago in an effort to expand and offer the fund to local San Diegans who are looking for a “Flight to Safety” investment option. ABS Fund (AZ) had record performance with all members receiving 18 percent annual return and a principal value increase of 5 percent. ABS Funds investment model is simple, investing in bonds guaranteed by the US Treasury.

“That is the cornerstone of our investment model, which is to stay away from high credit risk bonds issued by banks and rely on the credit worthiness of the US Treasury as a flight to safety to retain our clients capital,” says Price.

Contact, George “Cody” Price ABS Fund, 4370 La Jolla Village Drive, Suite 400, or cody@ABSBondFund.com or call (858) 646-3060. For more information visit www.ABSBondFund.com.

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