Salesnet Continues Support of Duluth, Georgia Schools

Duluth, GA (PRWEB) April 24, 2014

Salesnet, a customer relationship management (CRM) software and professional services company contributed to and supported the 2nd Annual Duluths Got Talent competition on March 30th, 2014 at the Eddie Owen Presents Red Clay Theatre in Duluth, GA. The Duluth Cluster Schools Foundation sponsors the event every year with the assistance of Salesnet, Eddie Owen Presents, and Tree Sound Recording Studios.

In just one year, the competition has almost doubled in size due to the support of the Duluth community members, school administrators and local businesses. Because of the increased participation there were two separate shows held, one for middle school students and one for high school students.

Three winners were announced from each show. All winners from the middle school competition received cash prizes totaling $ 175. Second and third place winners from the high school competition also received cash prizes totaling $ 150. The Grand prize winner of the high school competition was awarded a full recording session at Duluths world class recording studio, Tree Sound.

Salesnet strives to be a socially responsible company and participates in local community activities. Salesnet sponsors the event financially and employees volunteer their time to work at the competition. Salesnet employees also serve as board and committee members for the Duluth Cluster Schools Foundation (DCSF).

“We feel that it is important to be involved with programs that promote arts and education in our community,” Lynn Madderra, Salesnet.

The DCSF is a non-profit organization with the mission to unite all members of the Duluth community to benefit the Duluth Cluster Schools in the areas of academics, arts, and athletics. Please go to to find out more about the foundation and their purpose in the Duluth community.

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Coach Michael Woodson To Host Inaugural Golf and Lifestyle Experience in Las Vegas to Bring Friends Together off the Court

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) April 17, 2014

Coach Mike Woodson of the New York Knicks and professional golfer Seema Sadekar will host Las Vegas inaugural summer golf and lifestyle experience, The Coach Woodson Las Vegas Invitational, from Sunday, July 20 until Tuesday, July 22.

My Las Vegas Invitational will be the premier summer destination for leaders in sports and entertainment, said Woodson. My closest friends are all in one city during NBA Summer League, so I wanted to do something special.

The three-day experience will take over Nevadas only triple Forbes Five Star resort, Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, and will commence with a Sunday wine tasting and private dinner. Woodson will host an exclusive evening party at the alluring 23rd floor Mandarin Bar, where vocal sensation Brian McKnight will perform live. Sadekar and ESPNs Jay Harris will introduce celebrity guests and announce golf tournament pairings. On Sunday, participants will play 18 holes at the exquisite Southern Highlands Golf Club.

Im thrilled to be co-presenting The Coach Woodson Las Vegas Invitational with one of my dear friends in my very own city, stated Sadekar. Its going to be very unique because it will mix golf with fashion, music and entertainment. Our friends and guests will be dazzled.

For more information, visit

About The Coach Woodson Las Vegas Invitational

The Coach Woodson Las Vegas Invitational will be the only summer golf event in Las Vegas where influential sports figures and celebrities congregate. Founded by former NBA player and current head coach of the New York Knicks, Michael Woodson lives with the mission to give back to the community through sports and friendship. All for a good cause, The Coach Woodson Las Vegas Invitational celebrates the world of basketball, while showcasing the best of golf, fashion and entertainment. For more information, visit, like on Facebook, and tweet @COACHWOODSONinv.

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ACORN Sales Waives Shipping Charges On the Purchase of Specialty Gift Embossers

Richmond (PRWEB) April 18, 2014

ACORN Sales the highly renowned and reputable organization that provides a wide range of business and individual marking and stamping devices, is offering complementary shipping to all those who purchase any of the companys Specialty gift embossers. The company is based in Richmond, Virginia and has more than forty years of experience in designing top quality embossers, seals and stamps for different uses. The quality of custom embossers and seals made by the company is so great that it offers comprehensive warranties with each product that it retails.

A senior executive of the company stated that, We are committed to complete customer satisfaction and hence ensure that all the products that leave our facility are made to exceed the most stringent quality checks. To even sweeten the online embosser buying experience of our customers, we have recently started offering free shipping on all products that are purchased from the Specialty Gifts section of our online store. This section includes a wide range of address embossers, address stampers, wax seals, name stampers, personal embossers and initial stamps. All the products are made on state of the art equipment and are also covered by our comprehensive warranty programs.

ACORN Sales also offers lifetime guarantee on all custom made embossers and seals, which can be used by the buyer to get a replacement if any defects with the seal or embosser crop up even after years of use. However, the company does state that the guarantee is only applicable if it is due to a manufacturing defect and it will not be applicable if the seal is mishandled or misused. To obtain a replacement, the customer will just have to call the customer care department of ACORN Sales and send the defective seal back to the company. The team at the company will then either replace the defective seal or repair it without any additional charge.

Speaking about the free shipping offer of the company, the senior executive added that, Although our shipping charges are pretty standard and based on the type of shipping that our customers want, yet we have waived these charges for all our customers who want to purchase address or personal stampers from our Specialty Gifts section. We believe that our customers will love this limited period offer and send in their orders immediately. There are several other online deals that were offering for a limited period of time and hence I request all our customers to have a look at the sales section of our website for complete information.

ACORN Sales is committed to complete customer satisfaction and hence has a dedicated team of customer care specialists, who are always ready to answer the queries of their customers. To check out the complete range of products like professional engineer stamps offered by the company, or to buy engineering stamps at reasonable prices.

About ACORN Sales:

Based in Richmond, Virginia, ACORN Sales is a leading provider of customized marking and stamping solutions for different uses. The company offers top quality embossers and seals and hence provides a lifetime guarantee on its marking solutions. To know more about the company or place your order for notary seal embossers, head over to To buy notary stamp online you can visit

Contact Details:

Toll Free Phone: 866 379 5775

In Richmond: 804 359 0505

E-Mail: sales(at)acornsales(dot)com


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Rocky Mountain Health Plans Announces Official Sponsorship of the Colorado Rapids

Grand Junction, CO (PRWEB) April 16, 2014

Rocky Mountain Health Plans (RMHP) is pleased to announce a three-year sponsorship as the Official Health Insurance Partner and # 1 Supporter of the Colorado Rapids, winner of the 2010 MLS Cup.

In the 2014 season, RMHP will host several Colorado Rapids halftime promotions and healthy living initiatives at Dicks Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, CO, including a healthy eating menu located at arena concessions. Fans can also purchase RMHP Healthy Meal Plan ticket packages, which contain two healthy eating menu options, two waters, and two tickets for special pricing of $ 99.00 and $ 50.00.

In April, RMHP and the Colorado Rapids Street Team will be coming to a town near you with fun and exciting, interactive activities to inspire fans to get active and live a healthy lifestyle.

We are excited to partner with the Colorado Rapids and look forward to expanding our wellness initiatives to Rapids fans throughout Colorado with the Street Team, said Nicole Ornelas, Director of Strategic Analysis and Development. This is a partnership that truly resonates with the RMHP goal to support fitness and health in our local communities.

For more information about our partnership and upcoming collaborative community events, visit, or connect with RMHP on social media @RMHPColorado on Facebook, @RMHP on Twitter, @rmhpColorado on Pinterest, and @rmhpcolorado on Instagram.

About Rocky Mountain Health Plans

Founded in 1974 in Grand Junction, Colorado, as a locally owned, not-for-profit organization, Rocky Mountain Health Plans uniquely understands the needs of Colorado and the people who live here. We provide access to affordable, quality health care enabling our more than 220,000 members to live longer, healthier lives. For more information, visit

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Car Insurance for Teenaged Drivers Doesn’t Need to be Expensive

When you are youthful, perhaps one of the most exciting issues to look ahead to is the day you get your driving licence. Their thoughts are thinking about the areas they’ll go and friends they’ll see, but as a parent, your mind is probably thinking about the hazards and disbursement of having a teenaged motorist.

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Scripps College Presents Annual Senior Art Show, Showcasing Original Art by Students

Claremont, CA (PRWEB) April 12, 2014

Misc., the annual senior art show highlighting the final thesis projects of graduating studio art majors, will be on display from May 2 to May 17 at the Scripps College Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery. An opening reception is scheduled May 2 from 7 to 9 p.m. in Bixby Courtyard. The exhibition and reception are free and open to the public.

Misc. features paintings, photography and mixed media works exploring such varied themes as race and gender identity, urban landscapes and abstraction. The exhibition is a juried show displaying the achievements of a diverse group of artists who worked throughout their senior year in anticipation of the event. In addition to creating the works displayed, the students conceptualized the show, installed their pieces, wrote artist statements and managed the publicity for the exhibition.

This years featured seniors are: Nic Chan, Audrey Howell, Chloe Dobbert , Will Yandell , Allison Riegle, Annie Aqua, Dominique J. Smith, Meridith Burchiel and Alex Trimm.

The Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery is located at Eleventh Street and Columbia Avenue, adjacent to Baxter Hall. During the exhibition, the Gallery is free of charge and open to the public Wednesday through Sunday, from 1 to 5 p.m. For more information, please contact the Gallery at (909) 607-3397 or visit the Gallery online.

About the Artists

Nic Chan: XING

Chan, who is from Hong Kong, uses digital images and paintings for her art piece, which examines how modern-day activists in China appropriate the language and propaganda of the Cultural Revolution to address contemporary societal concerns. My thesis work explores the intersections of sex, gender, and revolution in contemporary Chinese art, says Chan, who majored in studio art and minored in Chinese.

Audrey Howell: Enormity Series

A native of Seattle, Howell explores themes of abstract monstrosity in her large-scale acrylic paintings. I have a deep love for science fiction and fantasy and for the beauty of organic systems, says Howell, a studio art major who is also minoring in classical civilizations. I am fascinated with creating organic forms that are unusual and grotesque. Her paintings “hint at large aliens or mythical creatures, and also refer to the potential mutation and decay of the body, she says.

Chloe Dobbert: Two-Faced

Dobbert, a dual major of psychology at Claremont McKenna College and studio art at Scripps, describes her series of black-and-white photographs as being a behind-the-camera autobiography. Her still images play with lighting and angles. The photographs refer to the fact that people are not often walking in my shoes and seeing what I see, says Dobbert, who is from the San Francisco Bay area. What I see is not the way the world sees my images. Its a play on how I perceive my life and the world around me.

Will Yandell: The Tricycle Gang

Yandell, a dual economics major at Claremont McKenna College and studio art major at Scripps, created a sculptural installation to explore themes of male power structures. Using plaster bandages molded into the images of men, Yandell dressed the structures in jeans, sneakers and sweatshirts. The structures appear to stand in the middle of a playground with tricycles nearby. The tricycles represent boys bonding with one another to create neighborhood gangs that assert their dominance at a playground. The Tricycle Gang explores the power structures that develop among boys and that continue into adolescence and adulthood, says Yandell, who is from Ross, Calif.

Allison Riegle: Rieglematica

Over the winter break, Riegle lived with a family in Texas that restores defunct chemical photo booths, and she served as their apprentice as part of her senior thesis. In that time, Riegle restored her own photo booth, which has since made its way to California and will serve as the centerpiece of her art installation. Riegle, an art major, has taken a series of self-portraits within the booth and those images will also be displayed. Her art piece examines voyeurism, the male gaze and female occupation of space, says Riegle, who is from Washington, D.C. Riegle views her work as a hybrid of performance art and self-portrait photography, which underscore her experience growing up in the public eye.

Annie Aqua: Untitled

A studio art major and anthropology minor, Aqua’s thesis is inspired by the experience of driving through the Los Angeles freeways. Her project consists of animations made from digitally-altered photos of freeways, which deconstruct and de-familiarize the iconic structures. I wanted my own intervention to disorient the viewer, says Aqua, who is from Denver, Colo. Theyre beautiful structures; seemingly everlasting elements of the urban landscape, and I want to explore possibilities of deconstructing them.

Dominique J. Smith: Body Politics

Through a series of photos, Smith probes the history of images of black bodies in the United States, beginning with stills that reference slavery to photos that call attention to contemporary prisons. Using photography as its base, this project artistically explores the relationship between African-Americans and the United States economy in the past and the present, and the way in which black bodies continue to be used as a means for monetary gain within our society, says Smith, who is from River Forest, Ill. I hope to a shed light on how much still needs to be done in terms of race relations in our country, says Smith, a dual major in art and media studies.

Alex Trimm: Shatter

Trimm has created a hanging installation of a dress made of tempered glass. I am exploring the constructs of beauty and the expectations placed on women to fit a particular standard of beauty, says Trimm, who is from San Diego. This piece highlights the danger of pursuing unattainable beauty standards. A studio art major with an art history minor, Trimm plans to install steps leading up to the hanging tempered glass dress to allow the viewer to experience the piece firsthand. Glass is beautiful, dangerous and alluring, she says. When you see broken glass youre urged to touch it, even though you know you shouldnt.

Meridith Burchiel: Still

For her project, Burchiel, who is from Portland, Ore., reviewed video clips of children as they tell imaginative stories. She found these children through her close network of family and friends. She froze various frames keeping her subjects still with their animated expressions. She then sketched those images on paper using ink or colored pencils. She often found herself struck by poignant moments, while listening to each childs personal narrative. I cannot tell you how much fun this project has been. The children are radiating with emotion frame by frame, says Burchiel, a studio art major. Ive had really good laughs.

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