SBCS is a vibrant, rigorous school of active learners at the heart of a thriving Southwest Baltimore community. Our Mission is to empower each student to achieve authentic academic success by harnessing the kindness, cooperation, and trust of faculty, family, and community.
Spumoni Press exists because it fulfills a need that has been lacking on the Internet, namely a personal connection to both the publishing and web development world.
If you are a company of any size looking to bolster your web presence, you have probably wondered how you can obtain a halfway decent website without spending six figures. Well, you're in luck! Our full-time and contract designers and developers have more than 30 years of experience between them, working on large and small projects.
If you are a self-published author or are currently looking at finding an agent or major publishing house to carry your novel, you know that it is not something you can find overnight. However, if you have a good book, and you're willing to do the dirty work of marketing and finding your niche, Spumoni Press may be able to help you achieve legitimacy for your work.
If you are a school or non-profit organization, and you're just looking for advice as to how you can achieve success via technology or the Internet, we have that, too. As crazy as it may seem, every one of our full-time and contract employees has either worked in the education/non-profit field or has a vested interest in it. We are aware that funds might be tight, so shoot us an email and let us know what you need. You never know if we can help until you ask.
We are located in located in Baltimore, Maryland. While some of our current clients are local, others span the galaxy!
Straight from the Wikipedia, Spumoni "is a molded Italian ice cream made with layers of different colors and flavors, usually containing candied fruits and nuts. Typically it is of three flavors, with a fruit/nut layer between them. The ice cream layers are often mixed with whipped cream.
"Chocolate and pistachio are the typical flavors of the ice cream layers, and the fruit/nut layer often contains cherry bits—causing the traditional red/pink, brown, and green color combination. It is popular in places with large Italian immigrant populations such as the United States and Argentina."