Barrio Logan College Institute to Host “Opportunity for Impact” 2016
May 05, 2016
(BLCI), a nonprofit dedicated to helping disadvantaged families prepare their children for college enrollment, is hosting its annual fundraiser, “Opportunity for Impact” on May 12th, 2016. Last year, the event raised over $450,000 for BLCI’s education programs and this year BLCI will be celebrating its 20th anniversary.
The fundraiser will be held at the San Diego Central Library on the Joan Λ Irwin Jacobs Common, 9th floor, from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. During the night, BLCI will honor donors, host an auction and share inspirational stories of success with over 300 corporate and community leaders. San Diego’s First Lady, Katherine Stuart Faulconer, will serve as Honorary Chair. Pedro and Susy Villegas will serve as event co-chairs.
Opportunity for Impact owes its success to generous sponsors including San Diego Gas & Electric, Sempra Energy and Southwest Airlines. Organizations such as...
FS-CURTIS WINS PRODUCT OF THE YEAR FOR THE NX SERIES ROTARY AIR COMPRESSORS
April 22, 2016
FS-Curtis/Curtis-Toledo, Inc., a leading manufacturer of reciprocating and rotary air compressors since 1854 has announced that their Nx Series of Rotary Air Compressors has been awarded the prestigious Plant Engineering Product of the Year GOLD Award.
The Nx series rotary-screw air compressor features the iCommand-Touch controller—an intelligent technology that features touchscreen capabilities with bright, full-color graphics. At a glance, users can track pressure, temperature, and usage to easily diagnose and optimize their facility’s air system. The controller graphs information and trends that can be downloaded to an SD card, for troubleshooting and quality control measures. Customers have provided praise regarding the innovative Nx series intelligent package design, which easily allows simple maintenance tasks. The unique design of the motor and fan, coupled with airflow baffling and superior sound insulation, ensures extremely quiet operation. So quiet,...
The Suck Less Job Search Book Launches On Amazon.com
May 04, 2016
Adam Reiter, an author and independent corporate staffing specialist based out of Portland, Oregon with a passion for helping people succeed, this week announced his next job search success book is officially available on Amazon for purchase. Designed to make finding the perfect job streamlined, simple, and less frustrating than normal, the Suck Less Job Search has something for everyone looking to land a dream job.
“No one can deny that job searching is an absolutely miserable, stressful experience,” said Reiter. “Most job searching advice is terrible and not catered to people’s specific interests and needs. I wrote this book because I want to reach as many people as possible with a recipe for success when looking for a dream job.”
The Suck Less Job Search contains sections specifically for job seekers, graduating students, and rock star employees who are currently employed but looking for the next big thing in...
Court Filing Seeks $20 Billion In Damages from Subway and Fred DeLuca's Estate
May 04, 2016
The estate of late Subway founder Fred DeLuca could be forced to pay $20 billion or more in damages for DeLuca and Subway’s conduct in a failed Central Florida development partnership.
Attorney Willie E. Gary and the legal team representing Delray Beach real estate developer Anthony Pugliese have filed a motion to amend the complaint, seeking compensatory and punitive penalties against the estate of Fred DeLuca for alleged fraudulent actions committed during a five-year partnership between the businessmen.
The motion – filed in the 15th Circuit Court in Palm Beach County, Fla. – outlines evidence in the case which demonstrates Fred DeLuca’s and Subway’s punitive conduct.
The original 2009 lawsuit – AVP Destiny LLC and Anthony V. Pugliese III v. Frederick A. DeLuca, FD Destiny LLC, FD Destiny Credit LLC, and Doctor’s Associates Inc. f/k/a Subway – takes DeLuca to task for alleged financial misdeeds that allowed...
Filmmakers Learn How to Find Equity Investment from Jason Scoggins, President of Slated.com, in Upcoming Film Funding Club Event
May 04, 2016
On June 7, Jason Scoggins, President of , the leading equity investor solution for filmmakers, will review the fundamentals of finding investors and accepting investment through the Slated platform. Those wishing to attend this conference call event can RSVP at .
Topics addressed will include:
What filmmakers need to do before they post their project on Slated.com.
What corporate structures and legal documentation must be in place before filmmakers reach out to investors
Legal issues involved in approaching investors
How filmmakers can use Slated to legally connect to and communicate with accredited investors
How Slated is compensated when filmmakers get funding
How many films have been funded through Slated and what filmmakers should post to ensure their project finds the support it needs.
How Slated’s analysis and scoring services can help filmmakers improve their project’s...
Michael Praver of JWHarding.com presents Using SBA Loans to Swiftly Increase the Value of Your Business at 1010 Wilshire in Los Angeles
May 04, 2016
On May 17 at 7:30 pm, Michael Praver, CEO of , will host “Using SBA Loans to Swiftly Increase the Value of Your Business” at 1010 Wilshire in downtown Los Angeles. JW Harding has a ten year track record in helping entrepreneurs access the financial resources required to grow their companies. Those interested in attending should RSVP at .
Michael Praver, speaking about the upcoming event, said “Many new business owners are unaware that the fastest way to successfully launch a new product or service is to buy a company that’s already in the industry they are entering. In this event I’ll review how a loan from the SBA can be used to purchase such a business.”
1010 Wilshire, hosting the event, offers short and long term residents fully furnished apartments and executive suites, state of the art meeting rooms and event spaces, 24-hour reception desk, high speed internet and a huge assortment of other amenities. It...
GTB Technologies Expands its Advanced Application Control Capability Across its Data Loss Prevention & Data Protection Platforms
May 04, 2016
This week ., the leading Independent Data Protection Company and , announced the availability of its Application Control module thoughout its’ entire Enterprise that Works, Data Discovery with Data Classification & Data Protection platforms.
This latest release has incorporated GTB’s features across its many data protection modules. The expansion of Application Control will help GTB's Enterprise DLP and Data Discovery customers improve their business collaboration while maintaining data security and compliance.
“Advanced threats are creating an increasingly difficult environment to protect an organization’s brand, intellectual property and critical assets. Centrally managed, GTB’s Application control solution uses GTB’s proven intelligent algorithms to protect sensitive data from unknown, advanced persistent threats by identifying and controlling both authorized and unauthorized applications.” said...
$3.5 Billion to Bailout Insurers & Hide Losses in Obamacare as its 'Healthcare' Plan Fails
May 04, 2016
Obama's Administration has funneled $3.5 billion from taxpayers to cover the losses of major insurance companies that helped write Obamacare. This is a classic case of corporate welfare in Washington, an illegal move that most Americans disdain.
Obamacare forced Americans to pay more for their healthcare with higher premiums and deductibles, and now they’re paying for it twice. It bothers those who saw this coming and now the program is riddled with cost overruns and unworkable mandates.
It’s bad enough to have limited choice, the loss of trusted doctors, and higher costs. Now Obamacare is collapsing and taxpayers are hit with the bill. Americans don’t want to bailout giant insurance companies as a result of a law that those companies helped to write.
Americans for Prosperity is the source of this information and they have made it easy to contact our congressman at .
And it's not just a problem of paying double...
Versatile Baby Wrap Carrier Sling Aid in Mother-Infant Attachment
May 05, 2016
Did you know that the power of touch affects newborn stability and the quality of mother-infant attachment? Smelling mother, feeling the touch of mother's skin and hearing mother's heartbeat all help to regulate your baby's system, including temperature, heart and respiration rates.
enables longer skin to skin contact, which increases oxytocin, that yummy hormone that gets released when we're in love. And so babies who are carried are more content, less fussy and colicky, settle quicker and sleep more deeply. And for mother, having baby against your body helps balance your hormones, making breastfeeding easier and post-natal depression less likely.
Of course, all parents want the best for their baby, so here we are - our made with love and care offers baby's safety, baby's comfort, parent's comfort, ease of use, and ease of cleaning. the most versatile baby carrier. The same can be easily used by multiple wearers, can be used...
Dollar Crash: Christ's Closing Parables Clue Us for a May Event Says Prophecy Expert, Dr Ruhling
May 04, 2016
"Typing Economic Collapse into Google offers the option of May 28, 2016 which has 6.9 million results. Scanning a few does not show the reason for May 28, but that date is the end of a biblical observance clued by Christ in five of his last parables,” says Dr. Richard Ruhling, author of The Alpha & Omega Bible Code on end-time prophecy.
When asked about the end of the age, Christ gave signs like wars, famines and earthquakes in Matthew 24 that have existed throughout history, but starting with “the days of Noah” in the middle of the chapter, five of Christ's last parables have links to a provision in the law (9th chapter of Numbers) for Passover a month later, 'as the days of Noah' when the Flood came with Passover timing, but in the 2nd spring month.
Another Matthew 24 example is the goodman who, in Proverbs 7, King James Bible, is on a long journey. Israelites didn't travel...