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- 10/04/18--21:38: Top VA Official Who Clashed With Lawmakers Poised to Leave
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America’s Largest Exterior Remodeler Hits 0ne-Millionth-Window Mark Earlier Than Ever
N. WILKESBORO, N.C. (PRWEB) October 04, 2018
Window World® is excited to announce it sold its millionth window this week, surpassing this milestone earlier in the calendar year than ever before.
Window World, America’s largest replacement window and exterior remodeling company, sold the millionth window for 2018 on Monday, October 1 — five days earlier than the company reached the same mark in 2017.
“We are selling more products at a faster rate than ever before, and it’s a testament to our company’s growth and satisfaction rate among our customers,” says Window World Chairman and CEO Tammy Whitworth. “Reaching the millionth-window mark earlier in 2018 than in previous years proves customers are happy with the results. Our franchise owners are doing a great job delivering quality service, and homeowners are sharing their positive experiences with their friends and neighbors."
Window World has sold and installed more than one million residential replacement windows in each of the last nine years, and the company sold its 15-millionth window in February of this year. Window World’s windows recently earned the Good Housekeeping Seal for the 11th consecutive year.
Selling one million windows earlier in the calendar year than ever before is the latest accomplishment for Window World. For the 12th consecutive year, Window World was ranked the No. 1 Window Company in the nation in Qualified Remodeler’s Top 500 list. The company earned the J.D. Power Award for ranking highest in the Retail segment of the 2018 Windows and Patio Doors Satisfaction Study. REMODELING magazine also ranked Window World the No. 1 Replacement Contractor in its 2018 REMODELING 550 list for the 10th consecutive year.
About Window World®
Window World®, headquartered in North Wilkesboro, N.C., is America’s largest replacement window and exterior remodeling company, with more than 200 locally owned offices nationwide. Founded in 1995, the company sells and installs windows, siding, doors and other exterior products, with over 16 million windows sold to date. Window World is an ENERGY STAR® partner and its windows, vinyl siding and Therma-Tru doors have all earned the Good Housekeeping Seal. In 2018, it was ranked “Highest in Customer Satisfaction with Window and Patio Door Retailers” by J.D. Power. Through its charitable foundation, Window World Cares®, the Window World family provides funding for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®, which honored the foundation with its Organizational Support Award in 2017. Since its inception in 2008, the foundation has raised over $8 million for St. Jude. Window World also supports the Veterans Airlift Command, a nonprofit organization that facilitates free air transportation to wounded veterans and their families. Window World has flown over 100 missions and surpassed $1 million in flights and in-kind donations since it began its partnership with the VAC in 2008. For more information, visit WindowWorld.com or call 1-800 NEXTWINDOW. For home improvement and energy efficiency tips, décor ideas and more, follow Window World on Facebook and Twitter.
Window World received the highest score among Retailers in the J.D. Power 2018 Window & Patio Door Satisfaction Study of customers’ satisfaction with their windows and/or patio doors purchase. Visit jdpower.com/awards. Reported by PRWeb 21 hours ago.
More than 300 homeless veterans in the Bay Area and Central Valley could soon move into permanent housing with the help of a joint federal program, officials said this week. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs awarded $5.3 million for rental assistance and support services to various HUD offices in the Bay Area and Central Valley, according to HUD. The funds are expected to help 343 veterans get housing vouchers. “We have few responsibilities greater than making sure those who have sacrificed so much in service to their country have a home they can call their own,” said Ben Carson, HUD secretary.
Reported by SFGate 20 hours ago.
Two veterans face fights to have their Supercars ready for qualifying for the Bathurst 1000 as reigning champion Luke Youlden put car No.9 back on top.
Reported by Brisbane Times 18 hours ago.
There has not historically been a landmark honoring the contributions of American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians who have served in the military. That will change with the National Native American Veterans Memorial.
Reported by Christian Science Monitor 17 hours ago.
Watch VideoDuring a rally in Tennessee Monday, President Donald Trump started touting his record and that of his party's. He started talking about veterans' benefits, when he said this:
"We just passed choice. That was 44 years, they've been trying to pass choice," he said. "They've been trying to pass that one for many many decades. They couldn't do it. We got it passed."
The president is talking about the bill dubbed "Veterans Choice." It sent government money to pay for private health care if a veteran had to wait too long for an appointment at a VA facility or if they lived too far away.
Congress passed a new version of it in June, but it was originally passed in 2014 under President Barack Obama. Trump leaves entirely the wrong impression by suggesting it was just passed and previous administrations couldn't get it done.
As for the "44 years" thing, it's not clear what the president was talking about. Choice was spurred by the 2014 scandal of long waits at VA health facilities. That was four years ago. Reported by Newsy 16 hours ago.
A former Trump-campaign staffer who became acting VA secretary is expected to leave the veterans agency as soon as this week following a contentious tenure.
Reported by Wall Street Journal 14 hours ago.
The Hershel “Woody” Williams Medal of Honor Foundation team and the organization’s co-founder, Medal of Honor recipient Hershel Woody Williams, are on a multi-state tour in support of Gold Star Families. Starting in West Virginia, the tour includes cities in Texas, Louisiana, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.
MONPELIER, Vt. (PRWEB) October 05, 2018
In what is a banner week for the Hershel “Woody” Williams Medal of Honor Foundation, the organization and their 95-year-old co-founder Woody Williams, are taking part in the dedications of four Gold Star Families Memorial Monuments, the groundbreaking of a Gold Star Families Memorial project, as well as other various events in support of Gold Star Families and the legacy of their Loved Ones. Dedication and groundbreaking locations include: Weatherford, TX, Baton Rouge, LA, Northfield, VT, Boscawen, NH and Auburn, ME.
As a special part of the tour, Woody and the HWWMOHF Team will be traveling by way of RV with a caravan of motorcyclists and law enforcement agencies to raise awareness about Gold Star Families and the legacy of their fallen Heroes. Some of those participating include members of the Boston Wounded Vet Run led by founder Andrew Biggio, the Patriot Guard Riders, the Nam Knights, and the Manchester Police Department.
“All of the folks participating in these Gold Star Families Memorial Monument projects, as well as the associated events, are doing a tremendous work by raising awareness about the sacrifice of Gold Star Families and the ultimate sacrifice of their fallen Heroes.” –Chad Graham, HWWMOHF President and CEO.
Each Gold Star Family Memorial Monument project is led by a committee who spearheads the effort in their community. Gold Star Families, Veterans, patriotic civilians, community leaders, and many others in the general public make up these all volunteer committees. They are united by a common mission to honor, recognize, and serve Gold Star Families and the legacy of their fallen Heroes.
The status of the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument project as of October 8, 2018:· Gold Star Families Memorial Monuments dedicated: 43
· Gold Star Families Memorial Monuments in-progress: 45
· States represented: 39
To learn more about all these Gold Star Families Memorial Monument projects, visit http://hwwmohf.org/monument-projects.html.
About the HWWMOHF:
The Hershel “Woody” Williams Medal of Honor Foundation is a charitable 501c(3) nonprofit organization that pursues specific endeavors and goals through the vision of Medal of Honor Recipient Hershel "Woody" Williams. The Foundation encourages, with the assistance of the American public and community leaders, establishing permanent Gold Star Families Memorial Monuments in communities throughout the country, providing Living Legacy scholarships to Gold Star Children, and sponsoring & hosting Gold Star Families Outreach across the country. Our mission is aimed at honoring, recognizing, and serving Gold Star Families and their fallen Heroes. The impact of the Foundation’s work helps to raise public awareness about Gold Star Families’ enduring sacrifice and the ultimate sacrifice made by their Loved One. The Foundation wishes to educate the community about these sacrifices, reminding us all that freedom has not been and is not free.
Website: http://www.hwwmohf.org Reported by PRWeb 12 hours ago.
[The Herald] Zanu-PF has readmitted its former secretary for Administration Cde Didymus Mutasa and former Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) chairman Cde Jabulani Sibanda at the pair's request. Also readmitted is Cde Chenjerai Kangausaru, who had been staying in South Africa for some time.
Reported by allAfrica.com 11 hours ago.
A young American filmmaker travelled across the Atlantic to meet Shifnal's Les Cherrington as part of a project to tell the stories of Second World War veterans.
Reported by Express and Star 11 hours ago.
The embattled company limited the products it offered to Veterans Affairs and Defense Department hospitals, forcing the government to buy more expensive products.
Reported by Wall Street Journal 8 hours ago.
Veterans, force families and serving personnel will benefit from the money
Reported by East Lindsey Target 7 hours ago.
BBC Local News: Hampshire -- The MoD said the events would be of similar size and scale to the D-Day 70 commemorations in 2014.
Reported by BBC Local News 5 hours ago.
Ophthalmic Instruments to participate in golf tournament benefitting the Blinded Veterans Association
IRVINE, Calif. (PRWEB) October 05, 2018
Ophthalmic Instruments, Inc. (OII), a leading distributor of quality ophthalmic instruments, today announced their support of the 14th annual Major Rob Soltes Memorial Golf Tournament benefitting the Blinded Veterans Association. OII is, again, a gold sponsor of the golf tournament will be held on Columbus Day, Monday, October 8th at Oak Creek Golf Club in Irvine, Calif.
According to the Soltes Memorial website, there are 5,000 men and women that have been affected by severe penetrating eye injuries, nearly 50,000 have enrolled in the Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care System with Traumatic Brain Injury visual system impairment and countless numbers whom have not yet identified a current visual impairment. The Blinded Veterans Association (BVA) is an organization of blinded veterans helping blinded veterans.
“We are extremely happy to support such a worthy cause, one we have been behind since its inception,” said Scott Shone, president of Ophthalmic Instruments, Inc. “Since 2004, the Major Rob Soltes Memorial Golf Tournament has been raising money to support eye care services in the name of Dr. Rob Soltes who was the first U.S. Army Optometrist to be killed in action. In 2011, the Major Rob Soltes Memorial Blinded Veterans Association began supporting the Operation Peer Support Program of the BVA and their support has grown every year. I knew Rob, personally, and still keep in touch with his family so we are happy to play a role in this program.”
About Ophthalmic Instruments, Inc.
Family owned and operated since 1977, Ophthalmic Instruments, Inc. is the premier distributor of a comprehensive line of quality ophthalmic products from manufacturers such as Topcon, Haag-Streit, Reliance, Marco, Reichert, M&S Technologies, Keeler, Heine, Welch Allyn, Volk, Accutome and others. Founded on the simple principles of professionalism, honesty and integrity, the company prides itself in the retention of customers, repeat business and enthusiastic referrals from physicians, hospitals and clinics for over 40 years.
With four physical locations strategically located in California, Arizona and Colorado, Ophthalmic Instruments provides its customers with professionally trained sales and field service representatives in eight states, including California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Hawaii, New Mexico and Wyoming. These experienced representatives maintain frequent contact with the customers in their regions and bring problem solving skills and relevant information to the customers served. For more information, please visit http://www.oiica.com. Reported by PRWeb 3 hours ago.
Dr. Aanand N. Geria joins the exclusive expert-curated Haute Beauty Network by Haute Living
(PRWEB) October 05, 2018
Aanand N. Geria MD, FAAD is a board–certified cosmetic dermatologist specializing in the New Jersey market.
Haute Beauty, well known for their exclusivity, and luxurious lifestyle publication is privileged to present Dr. Aanand N. Geria as a leading Cosmetic Dermatologist and our newest addition to the Haute Living network.
Haute Beauty consists of a prominent collective of leading doctors. With only two doctors in each market, Haute Beauty exclusively allows this partnership to connect its prosperous readers with industry-leading cosmetic doctors located in their area.
Dr. Geria specializes in cosmetic dermatology and minimally invasive aesthetics. His areas of expertise include injectable for pan facial rejuvenation using Botox and dermal fillers. Dr. Geria strives to stay up to date on the latest advancements in aesthetics so he can provide the most cutting edge technology and techniques to his clients.
Dr. Geria has developed an intricate and precise approach to targeting the various aspects of skin concerns including aging and discoloration. His attentiveness to the patient's concerns and expectations are the driving force to his doctor-patient relationships. Dr. Geria strives to deliver the best possible aesthetically pleasing result, ensuring that the outcome is natural yet powerful enough to boost his client's self-esteem.
About Dr. Aanand N. Geria:
Dr. Geria was born and raised in New Jersey he then moved to Pennsylvania to pursue his undergraduate at Pennsylvania State University. After his undergraduate degree, Dr. Geria moved back to New Jersey, where he went on to earn his Doctor of Medicine (MD) from Rutgers Medical School, where he graduated with Alpha Omega Alpha Honors. He pursued his transitional in Allentown Pennsylvania and his dermatology residency at Howard University. Dr. Geria was appointed chief resident during his final year of residency at the Veterans affair medical center in Washington DC.
Dr. Geria is currently a clinical instructor of dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Previously he was a clinical assistant professor of dermatology at New York Medical College. He prestigiously is a member of the various dermatology associates such as; American Academy of Dermatology and American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, New Jersey Dermatological Society and Skin of Color Society.
Dr. Geria strides to continue educating his peers and residents through writing several articles and holding lectures at local and national conferences. He is setting the industry standard on precision through his various techniques and ongoing education. Reported by PRWeb 3 hours ago.
Marks $1.9 Million in Contributions Since Launching Newman’s Own Awards in 1999
Washington, DC, Oct. 05, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today, Newman’s Own joined co-sponsors Fisher House Foundation and Military Timesat the 19^thannual Newman’s Own Awards Ceremony at the Pentagon Hall of Heroes to honor five non-profit organizations for their innovative programs created to improve military quality of life.
The annual competition seeks to reward ingenuity for programs that benefit service men and women and their families. As the event commenced,*General Joseph Dunford*, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, announced the recipients of the awards, totaling $200,000. He was joined in presenting the awards by *Jeffrey Smith*, Vice President of Operations of Newman’s Own, Inc.; *Dave Coker*, President of Fisher House Foundation; and *Andrew Tilghman*, Executive Editor of Military Times. The five winning organizations include *Warrior Reunion Foundation*, *Code Platoon*, *WV Health Right, Inc.*, *Healing Warriors Program *and *Vets on Track Foundation, Inc*.
*Warrior Reunion Foundation *received the highest honor, and a $50,000 award. Located in Cockeysville, Maryland, Warrior Reunion Foundation provides reunions that reconnect military veterans deployed to combat together, challenging stigma through shared experience while facilitating the development of peer support networks essential to success in like after military service.
“We are grateful to the men and women of our military, veterans, and their families for their commitment to protecting the freedoms and opportunities we enjoy as Americans,” said Bob Forrester, Co-Chairman of Newman’s Own, Inc. and President and CEO of Newman’s Own Foundation. “We’re proud to have participated for the past 19 years with the Military Times and Fisher House Foundation in recognizing so many outstanding organizations focused on helping our veterans and their families, and we’re especially proud to support this year’s award recipients.”
To date, the annual competition has recognized 179 programs with awards totaling $1,925,000.
As a long-time supporter of military non-profits, Newman’s Own carries on the legacy of Paul Newman, founder of Newman’s Own, who wanted to help make a difference in the lives of others. Paul, a Navy veteran, served in the Pacific during World War II. Over the years, Newman’s Own Awards has provided funding for organizations across the country, which have addressed veterans’ issues such as mental and physical health, housing, education, career development, entrepreneurship, family support. Just under 300 entries were submitted for the 2018 program. Five judges evaluated each entry based on the organization’s impact to the respective communities, creativity and innovation.
Judges for the 2018 competition were:
Mrs. Ellyn Dunford Spouse of General Joseph Dunford, USMC
Mrs. Tammy Fisher Trustee, Fisher House Foundation
Mrs. Suzie Schwartz Trustee, Fisher House Foundation
Mrs. Lynne Pace Trustee, Fisher House Foundation
Mr. Jeffrey Smith Vice President of Operations, Newman’s Own
*Overall Winning Entry*
*Unit Reunion Program*
Warrior Reunion Foundation, Cockeysville, MD
Warrior Reunion Foundation supports combat veterans in overcoming the challenges of post-military transition by reconnecting those who served together overseas. We challenge stigma through shared experience, rebuilding essential peer support networks that enable our veterans to live with meaning, purpose and positive impact in their communities. In just over one year of operation Warrior Reunion Foundation has provided seven reunions to units of military veterans who deployed to combat together. During the course of these seven reunions we have served over 300 combat veterans, as well as multiple Gold Star families who attended reunions alongside those who served with their loved one. For more information, contact James Ferguson (email@example.com) or visit www.warriorreunionfoundation.org.
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*Educating Our Veterans to Become Software Developers*
Code Platoon, Chicago, IL
WV Health Right, Inc., Charleston, WV
West Virginia Health Right, Inc. provides free dental care, including preventative cleanings, exams, fillings, extractions and dentures, to low-income West Virginia Veterans without dental coverage. The program funded by this grant will utilize a mobile dental clinic that travels to 6 rural counties of the state and the onsite dental clinic at their main office to treat 500 Veterans in need. For more information, contact Angie Settle (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit www.wvhealthright.org.
Healing Warriors Program, Fort Collins, CO
Healing Warriors Program clinic opened in July 2013 and has provided over 11,000 non-opioid pain and trauma clinic sessions, treating over 1,200 service members and their spouses, partners and parents. Many of the veterans we see at Healing Warriors Program clinic have been living in pain for so long that their sense of hope is worn down, placing many at risk for suicide. By using therapies that support healing, relief from pain, improved sleep and focus, the service member is able to find restoration for their quality of life. Our mission to provide non-narcotic, integrative treatment, is critical at a time when many veterans are transitioning from opioid pain management and need help with the burden of injury.
We are a Registered VA Vendor and a Guidestar Platinum Star participant charity. For more information, contact Ana Yelen (email@example.com) or visit www.healingwarriorsprogram.org.
*Fresh Start Program*
Vets on Track Foundation, Inc., Garrisonville, VA
The Vets on Track Foundation furnishes homes for veterans and their families who have been placed into permanent housing from living on the streets or in a shelter. From sofas, beds, dining room tables and chairs, to dishes, silverware and pictures for the wall, to throw pillows and blankets, our volunteers work to turn every house into a warm and loving home. Through our mission, we are able to complete the circle of support, which is needed to end veteran homelessness. For more information, contact Rick Ecker (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit www.vettrack.org.
About Newman’s Own®, Inc.
Newman's Own, Inc., founded by Paul Newman in 1982, offers great tasting, high quality food and beverage products for people and pets. Products include salad dressings, pasta sauces, frozen pizza, salsa, refrigerated drinks, cookies, barbecue sauce, and snacks as well as dog food, cat food and pet treats. Newman's Own Foundation continues Paul Newman's commitment to use all royalties and profits that it receives from the sale of its food products for charitable purposes. Over $530 million has been given to thousands of charities since 1982. For more information, visit NewmansOwn.com.
About Military Times
The Military Times digital platforms and print products are the trusted source for independent news and information for service members and their families. The military community relies on the Army Times, Marine Corps Times, Navy Times and Air Force Times for reporting on everything important to their lives, including: pay, benefits, finance, education, health care, recreational resources, retirement, promotions, product reviews, and entertainment. Military Times is published by Sightline Media Group. To learn more, visit www.militarytimes.com.About Fisher House Foundation
Fisher House Foundation is best known for a network of comfort homes where military and veterans’ families can stay at no cost while a loved one is receiving treatment. These homes are located at major military and VA medical centers nationwide, and in Europe, close to the medical center or hospital it serves. Fisher Houses have up to 21 suites, with private bedrooms and baths. Families share a common kitchen, laundry facilities, a warm dining room and an inviting living room. Fisher House Foundation ensures that there is never a lodging fee. Since inception, the program has saved military and veterans’ families an estimated $400+ million in out of pocket costs for lodging and transportation.
Fisher House Foundation also operates the Hero Miles Program, using donated frequent flyer miles to bring family members to the bedside of injured service members as well as the Hotels for Heroes program using donated hotel points to allow family members to stay at hotels near medical centers without charge. The Foundation also manages a grant program that supports other military charities and scholarship funds for military children, spouses and children of fallen and disabled veterans.
NOTE: Images from today's event will be available through the attached link after 5:00pm EST.
CONTACT: Kerri Childress
Fisher House Foundation
email@example.com Reported by GlobeNewswire 1 hour ago.
Rockwell's Academy of Advanced Manufacturing, a joint venture with Milwaukee-based ManpowerGroup has already graduated more than 100 veterans into the workforce.
Reported by bizjournals 23 hours ago.
For the next 72 hours, day and night, the names of thousands of veterans of the Vietnam War are being read out loud.
Reported by CBS 2 22 hours ago.
One of the main focuses of the Tunnel to Towers Foundation is to build smart homes for veterans; allowing these fiercely independent and proud soldiers to regain control over their lives.
Reported by CBS 2 18 hours ago.
Spinning Wheel Brands CEO and co-founder Julia Stamberger will join leaders in the natural and organic products industry for a panel discussion on optimizing product sales on Amazon.com at NatchCom October 5-7 in Boulder, Colorado. The company is also a sponsor.
CHICAGO (PRWEB) October 05, 2018
Spinning Wheel Brands CEO and co-founder Julia Stamberger will join leaders in the natural and organic products industry for a panel discussion on optimizing product sales on Amazon.com at NatchCom October 5-7 in Boulder, Colorado. The company is also a sponsor.
Stamberger will bring her perspective as a notable strategist and innovator in developing market-changing natural food brands. The panel, “In the Trenches – Manufacturers Selling on Amazon” begins at 3:05 p.m. (MDT) Saturday, October 6.
During the panel, Stamberger will highlight her experiences selling on Amazon by presenting tips for success, lessons learned and outlining areas of opportunity from listing optimization to rankings. She will join panelists Andrea Daily, vice presidents of marketing at Goddess Garden and Dustin Finkel, CEO of Ancient inGRAINed Snack Company. Jeannie Stamberger of The AmaZone, one of the only organizations that leverage data-driven solutions to help businesses maximize sales on Amazon.com, will moderate the panel.
Spinning Wheel Brands is a perpetual brand generator, launcher and grower in the emerging food and beverage industry. Their seasoned team of experts develop brands from the ground up, including positioning, packaging, cost structure, margin, promotional and execution strategies to successfully launching and growing new innovative food and beverage brands.
Spinning Wheel Brands current portfolio includes Copious Brands, with Veggicopia™ snack olives and individually portioned shelf-stable dips; Mozaics™ organic popped veggie and potato chips in customer favorite flavors made with real organic veggies you can see in the chips, including green peas, yellow peas and black beans; Handfulls®, reinventing the beer nut with CrrrunchBites™ (think: a nut wrapped in a chip!) and Fusions™ innovative trail mix Hope & Sesame™, an innovative line of plant-based protein products is launching in late 2018.
“I am pleased to be sharing the stage with these natural food industry veterans,” said Stamberger. “As a serial entrepreneur who has created, launched and marketed more than 300 SKUs into retail and foodservice channels, I’ve been extremely active in the e-commerce space for many years – the direct to consumer opportunity is an important way for emerging brands to gain immediate national distribution and connect with customers. I’m hoping to help attendees gain the knowledge and insight to improve their performance and navigate the complexities of the world’s largest online marketplace.”
NatchCom includes two and a half days of hands-on, interactive workshops and presentation designed to connect the power of digital and e-commerce with the $200 billion natural products industry. The bi-annual event, which include summer and winter sessions, brings together digital technology and natural and organic brand professionals to optimize profits through sales and marketing. More information is available at https://www.natchcom.com.
For more information about Spinning Wheel Brands, visit https://www.spinningwheelbrands.com. To purchase Veggicopia, Mozaics or Handfulls snacks, visit https://deliciousness.com or Amazon.com. Reported by PRWeb 16 hours ago.
Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF has reportedly readmitted back into the party, former secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa and ex-war veterans leader Jabulani Sibanda, almost four years after they were expelled by former president Robert Mugabe.
Reported by News24 12 hours ago.