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Sandra Dyche Kim Describes Business Opportunities and Growth of Jacksonville

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According to Sandra Dyche Kim, managing principal of CapSpan, Jacksonville, Fla., experienced substantial growth during the latter decades of the 20th century and into the 21st, due to its diverse economic base, young and energetic population, and high quality of life. The city is a transportation hub, says Sandra Dyche Kim, with the largest deepwater […]

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Q&A with Scott Sohr, Nashville based Entrepreneur: Outdoor Nashville activities

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According to real estate developer, Scott Sohr, Nashville is famous for country music and fried chicken, but Music City also offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. In the following interview, Scott Sohr, Nashville resident of 33 years, talks about Nashville’s top outdoor attractions. InterviewsandNews.com:  What outdoor activities do you like to do […]

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Kelley D. Hamilton of Bonaventure Senior Living: Yoga Isn’t Just for Hipsters

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Yoga is a way of life for some and a way to stretch it just a bit further for others, says Kelley D. Hamilton, Bonaventure Senior Living CEO. Kelley D. Hamilton of Bonaventure Senior Living says the senior population is increasing rapidly because they are a generation unafraid to pay attention to their health. According […]

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Rehak Creative Services Teams Up for EcoBot Challenge 2014

Rehak Creative Services

Rehak Creative Services is one of the top 20 advertising agencies in Houston, Texas, with Fortune 500 clients pulling them in all directions, but they somehow find the time and resources to give back to the community in significant ways. When they are not unleashing their creativity to develop websites, advertising and marketing communications, team […]

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New Efficiency Standards in the Works for US Electronics

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The U.S. Department of Energy recently released a pair of documents that outlined new energy consumption requirements for electronic equipment. Washington, D.C. – July 20, 2013 – In 1973, the federal government created new energy use standards in the aftermath of that year’s oil crisis. The U.S. Department of Energy has ruled that the 40-year-old […]