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Advertising is a form of communication intended to persuade an audience (viewers, readers or listeners) to take some action. It includes the name of a product or service and how that product or service could benefit the consumer, to persuade potential customers to purchase or to consume that particular brand. Modern advertising developed with the rise of mass production in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Advertising is a brilliant idea to increase business for all type business. Radio is still surprisingly inexpensive for advertising. The medium has been around for about 100 years. Many businesses give radio a pass because of the misconception of the return on investment.

The greatest advantage of radio is its ability to go after a very specific kind of market. Print & Radio Power (http://www.printandradio.com/) is the largest pre-buyer of national radio advertising and print advertising. It own multi-million dollar blocks of national radio advertising network time. This media gives its clients consistent profitable returns on their media dollars. Local, regional, nationalâ?¦straight media or performance based.

Today, everyone talks about ROI and the need to make marketing more accountable. Print and radio advertising measurement systems tells which media components work, for rapid ROI improvements. Print & Radio is the largest pre-buyer of national print advertising. In print media, the advantage of catering to specific target audience opens up countless opportunities to enhance sales figures. A fashion magazine would highlight cosmetic products and fashion accessories. At the same time, a sports magazine would display sports related ads to cater to its readers. There is no wastage of resources as ads get to reach the target audience.

Print & Radio Power uniquely drives this demand for high dollar and financial concern through direct response and cost per call radio advertising. They offer programs that cut the risk of advertising by clients, through the use of some programs.

Print and radio also provide Hispanic Advertising. The Hispanic population generally spends an average of 26-30 hours a week listening to the radio â?? 13% more than the rest of the population. Additionally, readership of weekly community and free newspaper remains high and consistent.

Print and Radio is providing all advertising opportunities at one place.

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The Internet has opened up many possibilities for humanity. Add in the invention of the satellite, and Internet road mapping systems were born. Below you will find six benefits of Internet road maps.

Using the Internet, you can find directions to almost anywhere, versus the typical state map. Internet maps can give you directions from one state to another without having to switch maps. And here’s a fun fact- some road map sites tell to swim across the ocean if you have to travel across the country (though I doubt anyone has ever tried this!).

Paper maps can easily be lost, but with today’s modern technology you can easily access Internet maps from your phone or laptop from almost anywhere. Mobile versions of map generators are available for many different phones and enable the users to find directions while on the go, often for free or for a low cost.

When using a paper map, you have to decide for yourself where you are going, what route to take, and which route is the shortest or fastest looking. Internet road maps give you the options of whether you want the shortest travel time, fewer turns, or the most or least highway time. It will then calculate the best route suited for your needs.

Marking routes on an old road map with a highlighter can get confusing, especially if you have used a map for more than one trip! When you look up road maps on the Internet, your route will appear in a bright color to stand out from the other roads, and will also give you a list of the directions to print out with the map. You can always look up a previous route again without having to search through several hand-colored roads you put on yourself. This saves you time when you’re trying to get to your destination.

Instead of having to search a paper road map over to find your destination, you can type in your current location and the address of the place you are going into an Internet map, and your directions instantly pop up. This cuts out the guesswork when trying to figure out exactly where on the map you will be headed.

Everyone hates having to fumble with a big, bulky road map when they are traveling. With the Internet, whether you print your map out before you leave or you look it up on your mobile device, you are able to access a road map that is less bulky and only contains the specific roads you need to reach your destination.

As you can see, Internet road maps have revolutionized the way we travel, making preparation time faster and easier than ever before. I strongly urge anyone who has not tried this method of getting directions to do so, because they are straightforward and anyone can figure them out. Get rid of the old maps that are cluttering your glove compartment and switch to a faster, simpler method of finding your way when you need to go somewhere that is unfamiliar to you.

Get inside info on the many benefits of internet road maps in our guide to never get lost again on http://www.funandsafedriving.com/mapquest-driving-directions.html

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Implementing SAFe 4.0 with SAFe Program Consultant (SPC4) Certification – Dallas, TX
Event on 2017-06-27 08:00:00
Implementing SAFe 4.0 with SPC4 Certification Certify as a SAFe Program Consultant and Become the Lean-Agile Change Agent That Leads the SAFe Transformation in the Enterprise This four-day course will prepare you to lead an enterprise Agile transformation by leveraging the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®). You will learn how to effectively apply the principles and practices of SAFe, including training with SAFe courseware, and coaching teams, launching Agile Release Trains, and building and managing an Agile portfolio. The first two days of the course—Leading SAFe—will provide you with the basis to teach SAFe to others, and if certified you’ll be eligible to teach the Leading SAFe course. The next two days focus exclusively on implementing SAFe. Certification is optional to attendees. Those who achieve SPC certification are authorized to license SAFe training materials. Associated Certification: SAFe Program Consultant 4.0 (SPC4) Audience The course is intended for those who will be materially and directly involved in a SAFe adoption. This includes enterprise leaders, practitioners, change agents, and consultants responsible for implementing Agile programs and portfolios as part of an enterprise Lean-Agile change initiative. Attendees typically include: Professional Services Consultants Business and Technology Executives and Leaders, Managers, Directors Portfolio Managers and Fiduciaries, Project/Program Management Office (PMO) personnel Development, QA and IT management Program and Project Managers Product and Product Line Managers Process Leads and Lifecycle Governance Personnel Enterprise, System and Solution Architects Internal Change Agents, Lean-Agile Center for Excellence, Agile Working Group Learning Goals After this course, you should be able to: Lead an enterprise Lean-Agile transformation Implement the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Implement and manage a Lean-Agile portfolio Align the organization to a common language and way of working Perform value stream analysis and identify value streams Launch and support Agile Release Trains and coordinate value streams Build and execute the implementation rollout strategy Configure the Framework for a specific enterprise context Train managers and executives in Leading SAFe and act as a SAFe Agilist (SA) certifying agent (SPCs only) Train teams in SAFe for Teams (S4T) and act as a SAFe Practitioner (SP) certifying agent (SPCs only) Topics Covered Leading SAFe 4.0 Introducing the Scaled Agile Framework Embracing a Lean-Agile Mindset Understanding SAFe Principles Implementing an Agile Release Train Experiencing PI Planning Executing and Releasing Value Building an Agile Portfolio Building Really Big Systems Leading the Lean-Agile Enterprise Implementing SAFe 4.0 Reaching the SAFe Tipping Point Designing the Implementation Launching an ART Facilitating ART Execution Extending to the Portfolio Understanding the SPC Exam Applying your SPC Certification Participating in Open Space Prerequisites All stakeholders in a Lean-Agile transformation are welcome to attend the course, regardless of experience. However, the following prerequisites are highly recommended for those who intend to take the SPC4 certification exam and operate in the field as a SAFe Program Consultant: 5+ years of experience in software development, testing, business analysis, product or project management 3+ years of experience in Agile One or more relevant Agile certifications SAFe® Certification Attending the class prepares you to take the SAFe 4.0 Program Consultant (SPC4) exam. Those who attain their SPC4 certification will receive: Access to license the course materials needed to train aspiring SAFe Agilists, SAFe Practitioners, and SAFe PM/POs Access to no-cost license materials, videos, and artifacts that support launching Agile Release Trains Inclusion in the SPC4 directory listing (optional) Access to the private SPC LinkedIn Group Annual Renewal Renewals are good for one full year from the date of certification and will require: 160 hours of SPC4 consulting Renewal fee: 5 40 continuing education/outreach hours Attendees who pass the exam will receive: An SPC4 certificate Access to license the course materials needed to train SAFe Agilists, SAFe Practitioners, and SAFe PM/POs One-year certified membership as an SPC4 SPC4 branding kit with the SPC certification mark What You Get The class registration includes: Attendee workbooks Eligibility to take the SPC4 exam One-year membership to Scaled Agile Class attendance certificate upon request Attendees may be eligible to apply for 30 PDUs toward continuing education requirements with the ProjectManagement Institute (PMI) for PMP or PMI-ACP certifications Attendees may be eligible to apply SEUs under category C, toward earning or renewing their CSP through Scrum Alliance Instructor: Charles Maddox Scaled Agile Framework Program Consultant Trainer Charles Maddox has over 20 years of software development, program management  and software quality assurance experience. He currently is an Agile Coach, Consultant and Agile Training professional. Charles' training approach includes using the Core Energy coaching method for coaching leadership for change.   For more information, contact The i4 Group Consulting:  thei4group.com   Cancellation Policy:   Refunds will be issued for cancellations greater than 14 days from the start of the course and are subject to a 0 processing charge.  For cancellations between 8 and 14 days from the start of the course, registrants may change to another course of equal or lesser value.  For cancellations 7 days or less from the start of the course, no refunds will be issued or changes allowed.

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Dallas Job Fairs – Career Fairs & Hiring Events Meet Your Next Employer October 12, 2017 11am – 2pm
Event on 2017-10-12 11:00:00
Register today for Best Hires Dallas Job Fair. The Dallas Career Fair will be your opportunity to meet with some of the city’s top hiring companies. Attending the Dallas Job Fair will give you the chance to interview and find out about hundreds of jobs available in your local area. Dress for success and bring plenty of resumes to the Dallas job fair. Walk in the event and start meeting and interviewing with dozens of employers, it's that easy.  Stop sending resumes to online job ads that go nowhere. The companies at the Dallas Career Fair will be interviewing for multiple job opportunities and are excited to meet with qualified candidates. Register today to be a part of this great live hiring experience in Dallas! Prepare by: -Uploading your resume for employers. -Dressing professionally. -Updating and bringing plenty of resumes. -Researching companies that are attending the event. -Practicing your elevator pitch regarding your career experience and why you are the best candidate for the job.   Attend the Dallas Career Fair and land your dream job. If you have been looking for an opportunity to market yourself to companies as the best candidate for the job this is it. Register for the Dallas Job Fair today!   Dallas Job FairsDallas Career FairsDallas Hiring Events Are you an employer looking to hire in Dallas? Call us today 888-899-8802 Or Request Information Today

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Rorke’s Drift is situated 46 km southeast of Dundee and is the place of certainly one of the most well-known conflicts in the Anglo-Zulu war of 1879. The area in and around Rorke’s Drift is unspoilt and relaxing. Irishman James Rorke had originally set up a trading post almost 1 mile from the drift (crossing point) on the Buffalo River and was known to the Zulu warriors as KwaJimu (Jim’s place). Later, a mission station had been established by the Reverend Otto Witt of the Swedish Missionary Society. Witt built up a little church, mission house and livestock kraal at the foot of a rugged hill which he called Oskarberg.
Lord Chelmsford, had ‘requisitioned’ Rorke’s Drift prior to his traversing of the Buffalo River. He employed the house as a hospital and the chapel as a storehouse. All through the battle it was used as a medical facility. The defence of the mission station of Rorke’s Drift quickly followed the British Army’s loss at the Battle of Isandlwana earlier on the morning on 22nd January 1879. The devastating Zulu attack on Rorke’s Drift came rather close to defeating the little garrison, and the British accomplishment is held as without doubt one of history’s best defences. The 11 VCs given for valour at Rorke’s Drift are more than for any other military action of all time.

As Lord Chelmsford, the commander-in-chief of the British military in Natal, crossed into Zululand on 11th January 1879, his forces set up camp on the other side of the Buffalo river, 10 miles to the east, underneath the mountain at Isandhlwana. Three columns crossed into Zululand, from the Lower Tugela, Rorke’s Drift and Utrecht respectively, their goal being Ulundi, the Royal capital of the Zulus. On 9 January 1879 the middle column under Lord Chelmsford appeared and made camp at Rorke’s Drift.

On the morning of 22 January 1879, the main Zulu impi launched an attack on the British camp at Isandlwana. Lord Chelmsford had taken part of his force off in an alternative direction searching for the Zulu army. Hopelessly outnumbered, the British and local forces were slaughtered by the Zulu warriors with only close to 50 men get away alive. The remainder of the 1,000 strong force died. Later on that day, over four thousand zulu warriors commanded by Dabulamanzi attacked the small garrison of the 24th Regiment at Rorke’s Drift. These Zulu warriors had not been involed in the fighting at Isandlwana and wanted to prove their courage in battle. Cetshwayo had explicitly directed his Zulu warriors from crossing the Buffalo River which acted as the border between Natal and Zululand. Irrespective of this order, the Zulus grabbed the weapons off the bodies of the British dead and made for Rorke’s Drift. It was manned by 97 ready troopers, housed 36 wounded, 14 valuable natives, 5 officers and two lieutenants, one of which was new to the region. The Battle of Isandlwana was arguably the most humiliating defeat in British colonial heritage and only hours later that day, at Rorke’s Drift, 139 British troops defended their position against an intensive assault by more than 4,000 warriors.

Something that is nearly always disregarded is that the Battle at Rorke’s Drift could actually have concluded in the same devastating way as Isandlawana, but for one particular critical factor: Rorke’s Drift was a depot, so the British troops who defended it were able to make use of a near limitless source of ammunition. It is believed that somewhere between 20,000 and 25,000 rounds were fired in the course of the defence of Rorke’s Drift, the overwhelming majority of the rounds having missed their targets entirely and so, conservatively speaking, each and every 25th shot fired by the men of Rorke’s Drift led to an ultimate Zulu death, and each 50th shot was a kill shot. The British knew the Zulu warriors were on their way however they elected to stand and fight. Wounded men would had to have been laden onto horse-drawn wagons and Zulus would quickly have engaged them in the open. Instead, they opted to fight on ground of their choosing.

Together with having numbers that crushed a force five times bigger hours earlier, the Zulu warriors also had the Martini-Henry rifles captured off the British dead, presenting them an even larger advantage against the British.

Henry Hook plus 5 other privates were instructed on the afternoon of 22nd January to defend approximately 30 patients not able to be transferred away from the temporary hospital at Rorke’s Drift . Defensive lines were constructed connecting the 2 complexes â?? the hospital and the store room. Inside this border, an additional line of defence was built between the two structures and this was significant during the battle. The Zulus attacked the hospital setting fire to the roofing. Hook and others struggled for several hours, actually digging through walls and eventually getting virtually all out of the hospital and over to the inner defensive line near the store. Wave after wave of warriors with spears and rifles crashed against the makeshift lines of defence at Rorke’s Drift. The conflicts raged all night and by morning the British defences still held strong and the Zulu warriors in the end withdrew.

Following seeing the aftermath of Isandlwana, Chelmsford believed that Rorke’s Drift had fallen and it was only the sound of cheering from the garrison convinced him . eleven VC’s were awarded to the defenders of Rorke’s Drift. Colour Sergeant Frank Bourne was among five men to be awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal and the unusual honour of a commission. Having said that, his army pay was his only money had he believed he could not financially afford to become an officer thus declined the offer. Fittingly, he was the last survivor of Rorke’s Drift to pass away on 8th May 1945 â?? VE Day. Lieutenant-Colonel Frank Edward Bourne OBE, DCM was 91 years old.

Rob Atherton
www.RobAtherton.com

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PMP Certification Omaha, NE| PMP Training Boot Camp & Exam Prep Omaha
Event on 2017-04-25 09:00:00
iCertGlobal is conducting 4 days PMP® Certification Training Course in Omaha,NE,USA. on Apr 25 to 28, 2017.
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Happy Hour!: A Talk and Performance Inspired by the Art of the Cocktail
Event on 2017-05-03 19:30:00
6:15–7:00 p.m. Pre-performance talk/Q&A and cocktails with David Wondrich, one of the world’s foremost authorities on cocktails and their history, and author of the book Imbibe!, which won a James Beard Award. Tickets are (sold separately from the performance) and include the talk and the cost of one cocktail. Space is limited. 7:30 p.m. Happy Hour! performance: The DMA’s exhibition Shaken, Stirred, Styled: The Art of the Cocktail packs just the punch required for five acclaimed musicians to create an adventurous concoction of rhythm, music, and text, to be enjoyed responsibly for one night only. Songs will range from Mozart, Offenbach, and Verdi to Cole Porter and Joni Mitchell. This marks the ninth collaboration of Arts & Letters Live with artistic programmer Ryan Taylor, whose creative process combines art, music, and literary excerpts. Public – .00 DMA Member – .00 Student/Educator – .00 6:15 Cocktail & Talk with David Wondrich – .00

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1717 N Harwood
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NCAA Tournament Dallas Session 3
Event on 2018-03-17 12:00:00

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2500 Victory Avenue
Dallas, United States

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2017 iLIVE Women’s and Girl’s Wellness & Lifestyle Expo!
Event on 2017-07-22 10:00:00
New Show Hours 10am-2pm   Join us at the ILIVE Womens and Girls Wellness Expo! The Ultimate Girls Day Out- A FREE COMMUNITY EVENT The iLIVE Expo is the largest wellness and empowerment expo for women in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area; with a variety of speakers, authors, seminars, demonstrations, music and, empowerment. The iLIVE Expo will target women and youth girls, and will draw attendees in the Dallas Ft. Worth area. This event will be held at the University of Texas at Arlington, in Arlington, TX centrally located between Dallas, and Ft.Worth making it convenient and accessible to local participants in the Dallas Ft.Worth metroplex. The iLIVE Expo brings together local and national companies that specialize in wellness, and lifestyle empowerment as well as increasing financial/consumer empowerment by promoting an explosive of day interactive and informative talk sessions on a variety of wellness topics and interactive events for all ages.  You’ll come away empowered to make the best choices for your life. At the expo, companies showcase information about their products and services to those individuals interested in leading a healthy lifestyle. ilive Expo is a fun and exciting weekend event for women and girls. The iLive Expo Mission: is to inspire and empower women and girls to embrace an empowered life of healthy living in every area of their life.  Among the exhibits, the expo will additionally feature: Healthy Cooking Demos Local and National Exhibitors Interactive Seminars tackling women’s wellness issues Interactive Fitness Demos Life Changing Empowerment Speakers Celebrity Guest Speakers Live Lectures by Industry Wellness Experts Onsite Vendor Shopping Free Massages Free Health Screenings (Mammograms, Diabetes Testing, Blood Pressure etc.) PLUS you can Buy & Sample Your Favorite Products and Receive Free Product Samples    

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Arlington, United States

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