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All week Gov. Rick Scott has graced cable news wearing the same Navy hat. It's his trademark But now, the hat is being used as a target on Scott's record when it comes to veterans and health care.
Reported by USATODAY.com 4 hours ago.
Since Bold City opened is doors a decade ago, the First Coast has seen an explosion in locally made craft beer — with more than two dozen brewers having set up shop since 2008. In light of this growth, we thought it was time to both take a look back at how the local brewery scene has developed and spotlight the men and women who have taken the entrepreneurial leap of turning their love for beer into a business. Over coming weeks, we'll be spotlighting all of the breweries and distilleries in…
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"Pokémon: Let's Go" is the newest Pokémon role-playing game, and the first entry of the main series to arrive on the Nintendo Switch.
Launching this November, "Pokémon: Let's Go" presents a more interactive version of the Pokémon world, showing wild pokémon running around for the first time in a main-series game, and adding new ways for players to bond with their Pokémon partners.
"Let's Go" takes clear cues from the mobile game "Pokémon Go" and appears to be more accessible for fans interested in the core Pokémon games. Veterans of the series may be disappointed by the limited number of Pokémon and some missing features, but "Pokémon: Let's Go" offers plenty of new gameplay improvements.
-"Pokémon: Let's Go" takes place in the same region as 'Pokémon Red & Blue,' with the original 151 pokémon.-
"Pokémon: Let's Go" returns to the Kanto region from the first games in the series, "Pokémon Red & Blue." This means that the original 151 pokémon will also be making a return, too, along with their Alolan variations from "Pokémon Sun & Moon." Players will explore updated 3D versions of the same cities, forests and destinations from "Red & Blue," and battle against the classic gym leaders like Brock and Misty. The notorious Team Rocket will play the role of villain once more.-There are key differences between "Let's Go Pikachu" and "Let's Go Eevee."-
While the gameplay and story of both versions of "Pokémon: Let's Go" is the same, there are a few key differences. Most obviously, the version of the game you pick will determine your partner Pokémon: Pikachu or Eevee. Each version of the game will also have some exclusive wild Pokémon, and the version will determine how frequently some types of Pokémon appear.
The confirmed exclusive Pokémon in "Let's Go: Pikachu" include Oddish, Sandshrew, and Growlithe. "Let's Go Eevee" has wild Bellsprout, Vulpix and Meowth. There are certainly more exclusive Pokémon to be found in both games. In order to catch all of the Pokémon in either game, you'll need to trade with someone who has the opposite version to obtain the other set of exclusive Pokémon.-Bonding with your partner Pokémon will unlock special abilities, and you can customize their appearance.-
Forming a bond with your Eevee or Pikachu is a key part of the game: Players will be able to customize their partner's outfit, play with them and give them treats. Improving your friendship with your partner Pokémon will unlock special abilities that can be used both in and out of combat. Your partner will constantly follow you throughout the Pokémon world and will react when spoken to.
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Five hundred wounded and ill veterans from 18 nations are descending on Sydney to compete at Prince Harry's Invictus Games.
Reported by SBS 23 hours ago.
First World War hero Maxwell Dalston Barrows earned the Military Cross
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The Bills and Eagles never got close to a deal for McCoy
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NEW YORK (AP) — He's an Army veteran who was wounded in Afghanistan, criticizes New York's liberal mayor and doesn't support House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.Those are winning attributes for a politician in Trump Country, but...
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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 18 hours ago.
Sydney's Invictus Games will bring together hundreds of former and serving defence personnel from 16 nations this week, showing off the power of human strength and resilience.
Reported by SBS 15 hours ago.
Late Author Max Horlick’s book, “SNAFU: Unexpected Military Disasters in History” discusses military decisions that changed the course of history around the world
WASHINGTON (PRWEB) October 15, 2018
Inspired by the frustrations of past veterans and the author’s own admiration of famous military battles, the late author Max Horlick has shared insightful and colorful tales of battles, leaders and military decisions in his new book, “SNAFU”.
The book describes in colorful detail on 10 unexpected but influential historical military disasters, dating from a famous battle between the Greeks and Persians in 480 BCE to the Battle of the Bulge during World War II.
“I was personally involved in WWII, which was marked by constant challenges and constant mistakes,” Horlick said of his military experience. “Later, I read about all the other episodes that I covered in the book and became interested in situations where great preparedness by dominating forces succumbed to unpredictable elements. Many of which were notable and critical battles.”
An Archway reviewer said about the book, “’SNAFU’ is eye-opening and informative. Max Horlick presents a refreshing, unfiltered view of famous battles from both US and world history. Each short chapter reads like an O’Henry tale… except that they are true! I learned fascinating historical facts while caught up in the battles. As a military veteran myself, I gleaned practical lessons learned, while enjoying a terrific read!”
“SNAFU: Unexpected Military Disasters in History” is a book that historical military enthusiasts and veterans alike will find enjoy learning about how military mistakes of our past impacted the future.
“SNAFU: Unexpected Military Disasters in History”
By Max Horlick
ISBN: 9781480860490 (softcover); 9781480860506 (hardcover); 9781480860483 (electronic)
Available at the Archway Publishing Online Bookstore, Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the author
Max Horlick received training at the secret Camp Ritchie Military Intelligence Training Center, and served in the European Theater of Operations in military intelligence in France, Belgium and Germany. He fought in the Battle of the Bulge. He earned a Ph.D. from Columbia University in 2007, retroactive to 1954. He wrote “SNAFU”, his third book, at the age of 99. Max Horlick passed away in April 2018 at the age of 100 as his book went to press. Reported by PRWeb 11 hours ago.
Through this support, American Portfolios has formally been recognized as the presenting partner for the May 3-5, World T.E.A.M. 2019 Face of America (FOA) Gettysburg cycling challenge.
Holbrook, N.Y. (PRWEB) October 15, 2018
HOLBROOK, N.Y. (Oct. 15, 2018)—American Portfolios Financial Services, Inc. (AP), a privately-held, independent broker/dealer that services financial advisors across the country, announced today that it is increasing its support for World T.E.A.M. (WT), a national non-profit organization that brings adaptive and able-bodied athletes together by empowering, enabling and engaging individuals through inclusive athletic events. Through this support, AP has formally been recognized as the presenting partner for the May 3-5, 2019 Face of America (FOA) Gettysburg cycling challenge.
“I’ve always believed that corporations have a responsibility to give back to the community in meaningful ways whenever and wherever possible,” states AP CEO and WT Vice Chairman Lon T. Dolber. “The experiences AP has had through its association with WT have been transformative. Being able to share that with employees, affiliated colleagues and partners of the firm is extremely satisfying. Time and again, I’ve seen participants come away inspired and personally fulfilled when teammates work together, helping one another—both physically and mentally—to achieve what was never thought possible. AP proudly supports WT’s commitment to create life-changing experiences through these outdoor challenge events in this elevated sponsorship role.”
“We are grateful for AP stepping up as the presenting partner this year,” said WT CEO and President Jon Brideau. “Team American Portfolios has continued to be our leading fundraising team for many years, traveling as a large group from their headquarters in Long Island, New York. We are excited to bring this event to the next level with their support and leadership of Lon Dolber."
For 25 years, WT has remained true to its mission to “change lives through sports;” and over the last 11 years AP has actively contributed its time and resources each year to events that join able-bodied and adaptive men, women and children to accomplish inspiring and challenging feats of physical endurance. Beginning with the 2007 expedition to Kilimanjaro, AP has regularly provided financial and volunteer support of WT’s events, raising more than $1 million in charitable funds for the non-profit organization. Team American Portfolios consistently earns the distinction of being the top fundraiser for FOA Gettysburg and participates each and every year in WT events, including Adventure Team Challenge New York (ATC NY), which engages medically-fragile, developmentally-disabled teens and young adults from The Center for Discovery during a weekend of competitive team sporting events; the Coastal Team Challenge (CTC), a two-day, 16-nautical-mile, non-competitive kayak journey along the coast of Long Island, N.Y; and FOA Liberty, a one-day cycle event along the Hudson River to the West Point Military Academy, which—like FOA Gettysburg—honors military veterans who have been injured or disabled during their service.
Each year, FOA Gettysburg brings together 600 participating athletes from the U.S., Puerto Rico and Canada for an inclusive two-day, 110-mile cycling challenge from Arlington, Va. to historic Gettysburg, Penn. to honor adaptive veterans for their military service. The non-competitive ride includes both adaptive and able-bodied athletes – many of whom are returning FOA participants -- who pedal together, providing assistance and friendship along the way.
Online registration for athletes and volunteers for the May 2019 FOA Gettysburg ride is now open. Funds raised will support the WT’s long commitment to creating inclusive events that bring athletes together. AP and Team American Portfolios look forward to a successful 2019, filled with inspiring WT events.
About American Portfolios
Headquartered in Holbrook, N.Y., American Portfolios Financial Services, Inc. (APFS) is a full-service, independent broker/dealer and member firm of FINRA and SIPC, offering a complete range of financial services, including personal financial and retirement planning, securities trading, mutual funds, access to investment research, long-term care planning, insurance products and tax-free investing. Fee-based asset management is offered through its sister subsidiary, American Portfolios Advisors, Inc., (APA), an SEC Registered Investment Advisor. Both entities, along with technology entity American Portfolios Advisory Solutions, LLC, collectively reside under the legal entity American Portfolios Holdings, Inc. (APH). Full-service securities brokerage is available through a clearing firm relationship with Pershing, LLC, a BNY Mellon firm, the securities of which are held on a fully disclosed basis. The company currently serves 818 independent investment professionals located in 377 branch locations throughout the nation. It was named Broker-Dealer of the Year* (Division III) by Investment Advisor magazine in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018, as well as one of the top 10 Best Companies to Work for in the state of New York for 2016, 2017 and 2018 by the New York State Society for Human Resources Management (NYS-SHRM) and the Best Companies Group (BCG).
*Based on a poll of registered representatives conducted by Investment Advisor magazine. Broker/dealers rated highest by their representatives are awarded “Broker/Dealer (B/D) of the Year.”
About World T.E.A.M.
World T.E.A.M. brings adaptive and able-bodied athletes together by empowering, enabling and engaging individuals through inclusive athletic events. For 25 years, our organization has used athletics to challenge men, women and children with disabilities to accomplish goals they never thought possible. In all our events – whether mountain climbing, cycling, white water rafting or many other sports – we include both adaptive and able-bodied participants. Reported by PRWeb 10 hours ago.
Change by first aid charity comes amid controversies about red poppies on police cars and Cambridge University students rejecting a proposal to encourage commemoration of British war veterans
Reported by Independent 8 hours ago.
RICHMOND, British Columbia, Oct. 15, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sage, a global technology business and Premier Partner of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018, today announces the launch of the Sage Power 50 – a unique showcase of 50 leading veteran run or owned businesses from across Australia, UK, US, and Canada.Nominated for their leadership and determination to succeed, the Sage Power 50 is a unique collection of testimony from veteran entrepreneurs on how they built their business against the odds. Launched in the run up to the Invictus Games Sydney 2018, Sage believe that these compelling stories will educate the business community and inspire the next generation of veteran business leaders.
Over the next five years, one million service members will transition out of just the U.S military alone; with one in four wanting to start their own business. The Sage Power 50 reveals the challenges, sacrifices and tough decisions that will underpin the transition into business for many veterans; as well as the advice and insight that helps to reshape service honed skills into the world of entrepreneurship.
Debbie Wall, VP Sage Foundation, said:
“Every single story in the Power 50 is undeniable proof that when barriers are removed that prevent millions of veterans from living their fullest life after service—it isn’t just the right thing to do, it’s sound business.
“We believe that with tailored support, mentoring and early intervention, a new generation of veteran led businesses could unleash a wave of talent and innovation across the global entrepreneurial community.
“Together with our nonprofit partners, we are committed to helping more veterans secure a brighter future.”
Innovative business leaders just like Power 50 member, Steve Day, Founder of Reticle, based in Canada, believes in life after service to your country:
"At Reticle we are proud of our nomination and affiliation with Sage's Power 50, The Invictus Games, and The Prince's Trust Canada. My journey from serving our country to serving our clients has been a seamless transition and exciting adventure. I believed that the vast majority of veteran leadership, teamwork, critical thinking and organizational skills would directly translate across to the business world and I’ve been proven right with Reticle's success. Reticle encourages every Canadian and allied veteran to look for programs similar to what The Invictus Games and Prince's Trust Canada affords them. There is no reason that life after your service to your country cannot be just as exhilarating and meaningful if you find the right new team to fit into. In the business world you are just serving in a different foxhole as you help your country prosper."
Sage Power 50 members were nominated by leading military nonprofits in countries who have hosted the Invictus Games; the UK, USA and Canada, alongside this year’s host – Australia.
In Canada, Sage Foundation non-profit partner Princes Trust Canada supported the Power 50. Sharon Broughton, CEO of Prince’s Trust Canada said: “We are thrilled to have graduates from our Prince’s Operation Entrepreneur program showcased in Sage Power 50. It is a perfect opportunity to highlight their resilience, determination and achievements as they leave the military and become successful entrepreneurs.”
2018 will mark the third year of Sage’s partnership with the Invictus Games. A signatory of the UK’s Armed Forces Covenant and recognised as one of just 50 organisations in 2018 to be given the ‘Gold Award’ for their outstanding support of the Armed Forces; Sage is already delivering the Sage Military Mentoring Programme in the UK.
Sage will now build a legacy for after the Invictus Games Sydney 2018, by working with nonprofit, Soldier On. Sage Foundation funding and workshops in HR and entrepreneurialism will result in more veterans, service personnel and their families getting the support they need to start their own business or develop entrepreneurial skills.
Sage Foundation will also work with Prince’s Trust Australia’s Enterprise for Veteran’s Program, including a roll out of donated Sage software and Cloud Accounting workshops to participants.
*From Monday 15 October: *
· Download the Sage Power 50 here: featuring exclusive film content from UK Power 50 members.
· Read more Power 50 stories by following #SageServingHeroes on all Sage social channels – including our #HumansOfBusiness takeover on @Sageofficial Instagram
*About the Sage Power 50*
The Sage Power 50 was commissioned by Sage and supports our ongoing commitment to build sustainable social, economic and entrepreneurial opportunities in Sage’s local communities around the world through Sage Foundation. For Sage this is the right way to do business.
The Sage Power 50 was curated with support from:
Prince’s Operation Entrepreneur, a program of Prince’s Trust Canada: www.princesoperationentrepreneur.ca
Prince’s Trust Australia: www.princes-trust.org.au
Additional curation was led by Power 50 members, Brandon Shelton at TFX Capital Management and Cherisa ‘CJ’ Bellis at Major Freedom.
Sage (FTSE: SGE) is the global market leader for technology that helps businesses of all sizes manage everything from money to people – whether they’re a start-up, scale-up, or enterprise. We do this through Sage Business Cloud – the one and only platform that customers will ever need, comprising Accounting, Financials, Sage Intacct, Enterprise Management, People & Payroll, and Payments & Banking.
Our mission is to free business builders from the burden of admin, so they can spend more time doing what they love – and we do that every day for three million customers across 23 countries, through our 13,000 colleagues and a network of accountants and partners. We are committed to doing business the right way and giving back to our communities through Sage Foundation. Find out more at http://www.sage.com/ca/.
Betty.Tian@Sage.com Reported by GlobeNewswire 8 hours ago.
Strong Supporter of DEA’s National Drug Take Back Day
HOUSTON, Oct. 15, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sharps Compliance, Inc. (Nasdaq: SMED), a nationwide provider of management services for medical waste and unused medication, announces that it has properly processed and treated more than 2.7 million pounds of unused ultimate-user medications since 2009. This milestone, achieved primarily through the use of its MedSafe® and TakeAway Medication Recovery System™ Envelopes designed for the safe, convenient, and proper disposal of opioid painkillers and other unused medications, coincides with the Drug Enforcement Administration’s 16th “National Prescription Drug Take Back Day” on October 27, 2018. Sharps Compliance is committed to helping communities and citizens dispose of unused medications to combat the growing epidemic of prescription drug abuse and accidental poisonings throughout the year and has been a longtime supporter of the DEA drug take back event which occurs annually in April and October.“We believe that safe, convenient, and proper disposal of prescription medication, including controlled substances, is a vital component in the national effort to combat prescription drug abuse, in conjunction with education, research, and treatment,” said David P. Tusa, President and Chief Executive Officer of Sharps Compliance, Inc. “As market recognition and use of our MedSafe and TakeAway Medication Recovery System Envelopes has increased, the collection, processing, and treatment of unused medications represents a growing portion of our business. We are proud to see our solutions play an active role assisting healthcare providers and facilities as well as local communities and state governments in their efforts to confront the opioid crisis head on.”
Sharps Compliance has deployed approximately 3,000 MedSafe collection receptacles into retail and hospital pharmacies, and to long-term care, drug treatment, and licensed law enforcement facilities since the release of the updated DEA disposal regulations in 2014. Customers have returned over 20,000 inner liners with nearly 900,000 pounds of unused medications. Sharps has sold more than 3.4 million TakeAway Medication Recovery Envelopes since 2009.
MedSafe is an ultimate-user unused medication collection and disposal system. This easy-to-operate system accepts controlled (Schedules II-V), non-controlled, and over-the-counter medicines. The patent-pending MedSafe medication disposal program operates under, and is in compliance with, the October 2014 DEA rules and regulations.
The TakeAway Envelopes are available at participating pharmacies. Customers can simply purchase a USPS postage-paid TakeAway Envelope, place their unused medications in the envelope, and drop it in any mailbox. The TakeAway Envelope is specially designed for the proper disposal, transportation, and treatment of all drugs, including controlled substances. Local and federal governments, as well as the private sector, have stepped up to provide the envelopes to communities and citizens to help with medication disposal.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Overdose deaths involving prescription opioids were five times higher in 2016 than in 1999.” Altarum estimated that the opioid crisis has cost the country more than “$1 trillion from 2001 to 2017 and is projected to cost an additional $500 billion by 2020.”
Sharps Compliance partners with public and private entities to address the growing problem of opioid abuse, working closely with federal agencies, such as the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense as well as state governments, like Montana and North Dakota. Sharps also works with private businesses, such as independent and chain pharmacies, long-term care facilities, hospitals and healthcare systems, and narcotic treatment facilities. Sharps Compliance applauds the efforts of these organizations stepping up to help their communities.
*About Sharps Compliance, Inc.*
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Sharps Compliance is a leading full-service national provider of comprehensive waste management services, including medical, pharmaceutical, and hazardous. Its key markets include healthcare providers, assisted living/long-term care facilities, retail pharmacies and clinics, and the professional market which is comprised of physicians, surgery centers, dentists, and veterinary practices. Sharps also provides two simple solutions for safe and easy disposal of unused medications: MedSafe collection receptacles and TakeAway Medication Recovery System Envelopes.
More information on Sharps Compliance and its products can be found on its website at www.sharpsinc.com.
*For more information contact:*
Diana P. Diaz
Sharps Compliance Corp.
Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Phone: (713) 660-3547
John Nesbett/Jennifer Belodeau
Institutional Marketing Services (IMS)
Phone: (203) 972-9200
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Craftsman Auto Care's second location brings advanced automotive technology, modern repair services to the Fairfax area.
FAIRFAX, Va. (PRWEB) October 15, 2018
Automotive repair experts Matt and Judy Curry unveiled their second Craftsman Auto Care location during a ribbon-cutting event today. Formerly Fairfax Tire and Auto, the 7,000-square-foot repair facility in Fairfax specializes in European, import and domestic vehicles, including hybrid and electric models.
“Our business is set up to tackle any challenge with a team of master technicians,” said owner Matt Curry. “Our goal is always to bring our best effort, stand by our work and treat everyone with honesty and respect.”
To celebrate its grand opening, Craftsman Auto Care held its Cars & Coffee community car show, offered shop tours and provided information on hybrid and electric vehicle service.
Along with special public events like Cars & Coffee, the company is focused on community outreach. “We’re donating the entry fees from today’s car show to Final Salute,” Curry said. “The charity provides housing for homeless women veterans.”
Craftsman Auto Care’s Fairfax shop features the same state-of-the-art repair equipment as the Alexandria location, including the latest diagnostic tools, alignment machines, tire changers and balancers, matched with ASE-certified Master technicians. Other services offered are a free shuttle to and from home or work, a family- and pet-friendly showroom, and online night-drop forms for off-hour convenience. The shop also has the area’s only three-year / 36,000-mile warranty.
The Fairfax shop is certified as an AskPatty Female-Friendly shop to attract and retain women customers. It offers Show ‘n Tell Service that includes digital photo inspection. With this service, technicians send a text with pictures of needed repairs and recommendations to help customers make better-informed decisions.
The Currys and their pro team have won multiple awards, including #1 Auto Repair Shop in Northern Virginia from Northern Virginia Magazine, Top Shop in North America from Motor Age Magazine, and Top Shop Finalist from Tire Review magazine. Matt Curry, author of “The A.D.D. Entrepreneur,” has been featured in The Washington Post, Entrepreneur Magazine and Top 50 Philanthropists in Washington D.C.
The new Craftsman Auto Care location is located at 11611 Lee Highway, Fairfax, Virginia. This shop, which serves Northern Virginia, created 12 to 15 new jobs. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
About Craftsman Auto Care: With locations in Alexandria and Fairfax, Craftsman Auto Care state-of-the-art shops bring art and science to automotive service. Owner and automotive repair industry expert Matt Curry unites craftsmanship with advanced automotive care to keep customers’ vehicles on the road. Both shops have female-friendly AskPatty accreditation, convenient customer options and the latest in automotive repair technology. For more information, visit CraftsmanAutoCare.com. Reported by PRWeb 7 hours ago.
HSINCHU, Taiwan and WUHAN, China, Oct. 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- JHL Biotech announced today that the National Medical Products Administration of the PRC (NMPA) has approved JHL's Phase I and Phase III Clinical Trial Application for a proposed bevacizumab biosimilar, JHL1149, to treat several forms of cancer, including advanced non-squamous non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC), metastatic colorectal cancer, metastatic kidney cancer, advanced cervical cancer and recurrent ovarian cancer. JHL's China NMPA Phase III trial approval together with the UK MHRA trial approval mark the start of JHL's global Phase III clinical trial program.
Racho Jordanov, JHL Biotech, Co-Chairman and CEO stated, "We are very excited for our second biosimilar to be approved for clinical trials by the NMPA. This marks the second NMPA approval we have received in just four months and puts us another step closer to our vision of manufacturing biologics of the highest quality from China for the world."
*About JHL Biotech
*JHL Biotech, Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company founded by a group of industry veterans with deep experience in biologics development and operations. With a mission to provide the world with affordable medicines of exceptional quality, the company is focused on research and development of new protein-based therapies and biosimilars and providing contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) services to global pharmaceutical clients. JHL Biotech is uniquely positioned to be a leading global supplier of high quality biologics because of its experienced leadership team, ongoing global clinical trials for its pipeline of biosimilar candidates, and two Asia-based world-class biologics manufacturing facilities built in accordance with United States, European Union, and ICH cGMP regulations and standards. JHL Biotech is backed by premier financial firms, including Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Sequoia Capital, Biomark Capital, Milestone Capital, Fidelity and the China Development Industrial Bank. For more information, please visit www.jhlbiotech.com.
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SANTA MONICA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#activision--Call of Duty™ Endowment Hits Goal of Placing 50,000 Veterans in Meaningful Employment Ahead of Schedule
Reported by Business Wire 7 hours ago.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Oct. 15, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- EM Key Solutions (EMKS), a growing provider of health information technology (HIT) solutions and other services for the federal government, announced it has named Joel Horwitz as its Chief Growth Officer. In this role, Horwitz will join the executive leadership team and guide the company’s strategic direction for corporate growth.Horwitz will be responsible for further defining EMKS’s business development strategies. Horwitz will lead the EMKS marketing, business development and capture, and proposal management efforts. He will be responsible for achieving growth goals by contributing information and recommendations to strategic plans, leading the company’s growth initiatives, managing senior-level customer relationships, overseeing development of solutions, and ensuring delivery of promises to clients, partners and employees alike.
Mr. Horwitz said, “I am extremely excited to be joining the incredible team at EM KEY Solutions to lead corporate growth. I’m excited to join a team with a shared passion and commitment to the missions of our federal health customers. What a great team, environment and opportunity this is to engage, lead, and drive growth, and support our clients and partners.”
“I’m very pleased to welcome Joel to the EMKS Executive Team. He brings the exceptional 25-year record of success, strategic vision, and customer-driven leadership that will be crucial to our success as we continue to grow and address needs of our clients in achieving their missions,” said EMKS President and Chief Executive Officer, Mike Snyder.
An accomplished federal healthcare business strategist and growth executive with over 25 years of experience directing and delivering transformative solutions to organizations of all sizes, Horwitz has a proven track record of opening new federal healthcare markets, expanding lines of business, and establishing and managing strategic partnerships. Prior to accepting the position of Chief Growth Officer for EMKS, Horwitz served as Vice President for Federal Health at CNSI, where he expanded services from largely State Medicaid and CMS programs to the Federal Health market place, primarily supporting the Department of Veterans Affairs. Prior to joining CNSI, Horwitz served as Vice President for Federal Civilian and Health Solutions at KGS where he led business development and solutioning as well as resource alignment strategies for the Federal Civilian business unit, facilitating cross-functional and collaborative engagement with internal and external organizations.
*About EM Key Solutions *
Founded in 2015, EM Key Solutions (EMKS) is a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) offering a broad range of services to support Federal Government enterprises in meeting their mission requirements and business demands. EMKS is an IT solutions and management consulting services provider specializing in Health IT, Integration and Development, and Software Testing. EMKS leadership has a stellar record of past performance with core capabilities in Requirements Management; Software Development & Maintenance; Systems Integration; Software Testing Services; Web & SharePoint Development; E-Learning - Instructional Design & Delivery; Theatre Systems Support, Systems Training, and Management Consulting Services.
EMKS delivers a customer-centric approach with proven management processes to each project they undertake. Through sound leadership and management principals, EMKS focuses on offering its clients the solutions they need to be successful throughout the project management lifecycle at the most competitive rates.
Visit EMKS on the web at https://emkeysolutions.com.
EM Key Solutions, Inc.
Phone: 540-287-7126 Reported by GlobeNewswire 7 hours ago.
· *Sears is closing 142 Sears and Kmart stores, with liquidation sales beginning immediately. *
· *Sears announced the closings on Monday as the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. *
Sears filed for bankruptcy on Monday and announced plans to close 142 stores before the end of the year, with liquidation sales beginning immediately.
Sears has been closing stores and selling off assets following years of crippling sales declines. The company now operates 687 Sears and Kmart stores, according to its bankruptcy filing. That's down from nearly 2,000 stores in 2013.
Here's the list of stores closing.
· 703 N Berkeley Blvd Goldsboro, NC 27534-3444
· 11033 Carolina Place Pkwy Pineville, NC 28134-8370
· 3401 S Us Highway 41 Terre Haute, IN 47802-4154
· 400 N Center St Westminster, MD 21157-5140
· Rt 394 & Hunt Blvd Lakewood, NY 14750-
· 1235 Worcester Rd & Natick, MA 01760-
· 12431 Wayzata Blvd Minnetonka, MN 55305-1925
· 10300 Little Patuxent Pkwy Columbia, MD 21044-3341
· 3001 Ming Ave Bakersfield, CA 93304-4145
· 2100 Hamilton Place Blvd Chattanooga, TN 37421-6006
· 400 Cross Creek Mall Fayetteville, NC 28303-7244
· 1001 Rainbow Dr Gadsden, AL 35901-5376
· 5522 Shaffer Rd Ste 129 Dubois, PA 15801-3304
· 701 Se Wyoming Blvd Casper, WY 82609-4213
· 2625 Scottsville Rd Bowling Green, KY 42104-4477
· 3201 W Main St Norman, OK 73072-4847
· 6600 Menaul Blvd Ne Ste 700 Coronado, NM 87110-3447
· 4807 Outer Loop Louisville-Okolona, KY 40219-3200
· 2605 Preston Rd Frisco, TX 75034-9434
· 2801 Wilma Rudolph Blvd Clarksville, TN 37040-5011
· 2002 S Expy 83 Harlingen, TX 78552
· 1401 N Montebello Blvd Montebello, CA 90640-2584
· 827 Lancaster Dr Ne Salem(Lancaster), OR 97301-2929
· 2300 E Lincoln Hwy Langhrn/Oxford Vly, PA 19047-1824
· 5320 Youngstown Rd Niles, OH 44446
· 9520 Mall Rd Westover/Morgantown, WV 26501-8524
· 100 Los Cerritos Mall Cerritos, CA 90703-5421
· 9800 Sw Washington Square Rd Washington Sq, OR 97223-4455
· 1750 Deptford Center Rd Deptford, NJ 08096-5282
· 3177 Chandler Village Dr Chandler, AZ 85226
· 6002 Slide Rd Lubbock, TX 79414-8555
· 1000 E 41St Austin, TX 78751-4859
· 100 Vintage Faire Mall Modesto, CA 95356-0559
· 100 Neshaminy Mall Bensalem/Crnwls Hts, PA 19020-1607
· 7001 S University Blvd Centennial, CO 80122-1599
· 50 Fox Run Rd Ste 74 Portsmouth, NH 03801-2858
· 3751 S Dogwood Ave El Centro, CA 92243
· 1500 Highway 35 Middletown, NJ 07748-1831
· 6301 Nw Loop 410 Ingram, TX 78238-3824
· 3340 Mall Loop Dr Joliet, IL 60431-1057
· 10785 W Colfax Ave Lakewood, CO 80215-3807
· 425 Rice St St Paul, MN 55103-2123
· 850 Hartford Tnpk Waterford, CT 06385
· 7611 W Thomas Rd Phoenix-Desert Sky, AZ 85033-5433
· 15700 Emerald Way Bowie, MD 20716-2200
· 2800 N Germantown Prkway Cordova, TN 38133
· 2100 Southfield Rd Lincoln Park, MI 48146-2250
· 1050 S Babcock St Melbourne, FL 32901-3022
· 6515 E Southern Ave Mesa/East, AZ 85206-3711
· 733 N Highway 231 Panama City, FL 32405-5302
· 460 N Milwaukee St Boise, ID 83704-9122
· 100 Newmarket Fair Mall Hampton, VA 23605-1406
· 3100 Sw College Rd Ste 300 Ocala, FL 34474-8449
· 3450 W Camp Wisdom Rd Southwest Ctr, TX 75237-2504
· 600 Lee Blvd Yorktown Hts, NY 10598-1142
· 1011 W Olive Ave Merced, CA 95348-2422
· 5901 Florin Rd Florin, CA 95823-2302
· 3150 S 4Th Ave Yuma, AZ 85364-8104
· 2250 El Mercado Loop Sierra Vista, AZ 85635-5204
· 3800 Us Highway 98 N Ste 500 Lakeland, FL 33809-3824
· 303 Us Hwy 301 Blvd W Bradenton, FL 34205-7991
· 2501 Irving Mall Irving, TX 75062-5161
· 1251 Us Highway 31 N Greenwood, IN 46142-4503
· 1700 Stoneridge Dr Pleasanton, CA 94588
· 100 Santa Rosa Plz Santa Rosa, CA 95401-638
· 6929 S Memorial Dr Tulsa Woodland Hls, OK 74133-2035
· 900 Briarwood Cir Ann Arbor, MI 48108-1618
· 75 W Route 59 Ste 100 Nanuet, NY 10954-2701
· 1111 Franklin Ave Garden City, NY 11530-1617
· 3333 Bristol St Costa Mesa, CA 92626-1811
· 3500 S Meridian Ste 900 Puyallup, WA 98373-3722
· 900 Briarwood Cir Ann Arbor, MI 48108-1618
· 1201 Boston Post Rd Sp 2095 Milford, CT 06460
· 7508 N Navarro St Victoria, TX 77904-2654
· 2901 S Capitol Of Texas Hwy Austin/Barton Creek, TX 78746-8101
· 7600H Kingston Pike West Town, TN 37919-5604
· 1245 W Warm Springs Rd Henderson, NV 89014-8740
· 3955 S W Murray Blvd Beaverton, OR 97005-2316
· 2530 S Euclid Ave Ontario, CA 91762-6619
· 3968-A Missouri Flat Road Placerville, CA 95667-5240
· 3205 Lincoln Hwy Thorndale, PA 19372-1012
· 4500 Western Blvd Raleigh, NC 27606-1814
· 111 Hulst Dr, Ste 722 Matamoras, PA 18336-2115
· 2712 W Main St Waynesboro, VA 22980-1618
· 8363 Lewiston Road Batavia, NY 14020-1236
· 4210 N Harlem Ave Norridge, IL 60706-1277
· 880 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15223-1319
· 6780 W Washington St Indianapolis, IN 46241-2999
· 1351 E Hatch Rd Modesto, CA 95351-5010
· 7836 State Ave Kansas City, KS 66112-2
· 1001 Patton Ave Asheville, NC 28806-3643
· 375 E Alessandro Blvd Riverside, CA 92508-2463
· 6163 Oxon Hill Road Oxon Hill, MD 20745-3108
· 349 Orchard Park Rd West Seneca, NY 14224-2634
· 2307 Superior Webster City, IA 50595-3165
· 912 County Line Rd Delano, CA 93215-3823
· 1180 Walnut Bottom Rd Carlisle, PA 17013-9160
· 5000 23Rd Ave Moline, IL 61265-4599
· 2803 E Kanesville Blvd Council Bluffs, IA 51503-1004
· 4000 East 2Nd Street Casper, WY 82609-2385
· 2302 Cherry Rd Rock Hill, SC 29732-2165
· 417 Main Street Madawaska, ME 04756-1197
· 1701 4Th Ave W Charleston, WV 25387-2415
· 2821 East Main St Russellville, AR 72801-9801
· 1 Flower Valley Shp Ctr Florissant, MO 63033-1644
· 100 Tarentum Rd New Kensington, PA 15068-4670
· 3247 W Noble Ave Visalia, CA 93277-1841
· 349 Orchard Park Rd West Seneca, NY 14224-2634
· 93 West Campbell Rd Schenectady, NY 12306-6800
· 900 N W 76 Boulevard Gainesville, FL 32606-6747
· 2901-5 N Belt Hwy St. Joseph, MO 64506-2006
· 129 West Butler Avenue Mauldin, SC 29662-2534
· 2590 Military Rd Niagara Falls, NY 14304-1506
· 6909 Maynardville Pike Ne Knoxville, TN 37918-5325
· 7100 Nw Prairie View Rd Kansas City, MO 64151-1630
· 6364 Springfield Plaza Springfield, VA 22150-3431
· 17840 Bagley Rd Middleburg Heights, OH 44130-3401
· 215 W Hanford/Armona Rd Lemoore, CA 93245-2302
· 400 Crosstown Road Peachtree City, GA 30269-2915
· 6239 Turner Lake Road Covington, GA 30014-2064
· 1530 East Broad Street Statesville, NC 28625-4302
· 12350 Sw 8Th Street Miami, FL 33184-1510
· 779 Delsea Dr N Glassboro, NJ 08028-1435
· 1025 M-24 Lake Orion, MI 48360-1429
· 987 Route 6 Mahopac, NY 10541-1709
· 1001 E Sunset Drive Bellingham, WA 98226-3510
· 723 3Rd Ave Jasper, IN 47546-3639
· 1170 Mae Street Hummelstown, PA 17036-9185
· Northridge S/C Us Hwy 127 Russell Springs, KY 42642-4559
· 720 Clairton Blvd/Rte 51 Pleasant Hills, PA 15236-4517
· 15891 State Rt 170 East Liverpool, OH 43920-9633
· 3701 Broadway St Quincy, IL 62301-3721
· 528 W Plank Road Altoona, PA 16602-2802
· 06600 M-66 North Charlevoix, MI 49720-9505
· 600 C W Stevens Blvd Grayson, KY 41143-1190
· 430 W Ridge Rd Griffith, IN 46319-1095
· 118 Waller Mill Rd Williamsburg, VA 23185-2946
· 1111 N 2Nd Cherokee, IA 51012-1287
· 1502 South Fourth St Allentown, PA 18103-4949
· 400 South Broadway Salina, KS 67401-4005
· 7000 Veterans Memorial Metairie, LA 70003-4497
· 1000 Nutt Rd Phoenixville, PA 19460-2200
*SEE ALSO: Sears files for bankruptcy and plans to close 142 stores as the CEO steps down*
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