Potentia Analytics sponsors HackSI 2017 to develop innovation and technology in Southern Illinois.

Carbondale, IL, September 19, 2017 – Potentia Analytics, Inc., a leading provider of intelligent healthcare software, is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the 2017 HackSI event that will take place on November 4th & 5th at Southern Illinois University’s Dunn-Richmond Center in Carbondale, IL. HackSI focuses on inspiring new ideas through a fun and entertaining hackathon that brings together people of all ages. From drones to robots, HackSI shows that technology can be fun as well as educational.

 

A hackathon is an event in which software developers, designers and project managers collaborate on software projects. During the event attendees design, build and show off their creations to a group of fellow techies who will appreciate what they have built. Some very interesting new technologies have come out of hackathons all over the world. It doesn’t matter what they build, the important part is that they learned something while doing it. HackSI has had past winners that had never programmed anything before and ended up building one of the best hacks of the day. Many of the participants go on to tech related job fields based on their experiences at HackSI.

 

“We are very excited for Potentia Analytics to join us this year as a “10 GB” sponsor! Since its inception, HackSI has grown into a vibrant community of more than 250 hackers aged 7 to 70. With the support and participation of local tech companies we can continue to grow our event. HackSI highlights the talent that already exists in Southern Illinois as well as introduces people to a potential future in tech that they may not have previously considered.” Dav Glass, Founder and Hacker in Charge, HackSI.

 

“As a participant in other Hackathons in the past, I knew that as one of the few local software technology companies we had to get involved to support what Dav and his team are doing. Hackathons are fun-filled environments that spark amazing ideas and encourage collaborating to make those ideas into reality. These hackers are the future innovators and we hope that they will choose to make Southern Illinois their home for their world changing startups!” Berardino E. Baratta, CEO, Potentia Analytics, Inc.

 

To learn more about becoming a HackSI sponsor or participant, visit hacksi.org or email contact@hacksi.org.

To learn more about the power of Potentia Analytics visit potentiaco.com, call 618.505.2001 extension 105 or send an email to inquiries@potentiaco.com.

AEE Recognizes Individuals and Organizations for Contributions to the Energy Industry

The Association of Energy Engineers, a nonprofit professional Association of over 18,000 members, is presenting over 80 regional awards to individuals and organizations around the world. It is important to recognize these individuals and companies for their dedication and performance in the energy efficiency and renewable energy industry.  The following awards will be given at the 40th World Energy Engineering Congress in Atlanta, GA.

Winners in Region I (CT, DE, ME, MA, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT):

Energy Engineer of the Year – Dennis Willette, New York Power Authority
Corporate Energy Management – Amgen Inc.
Institutional Energy Management – The Columbia University of the City of New York
Energy Professional Development – Mardi Ditze, City of Philadelphia
Energy Manager of the Year – Cyril Toussaint, New York City Health & Hospitals
Energy Project of the Year – 200 Clarendon Energy Management System Retro-Commissioning
Energy Innovator of the Year – Michael Cham, Encentiv Energy
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Craig Avalone, CHA Consulting, Inc.


Winners in Region II (AL, FL, GA, KY, MD, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, DC, WV, PR):

Energy Engineer of the Year – Africa Welch-Castle, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntsville
Corporate Energy Management – Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama
Institutional Energy Management – University of Georgia
Energy Professional Development – Dr. Bill Carswell, The University of Alabama in Huntsville
Energy Manager of the Year – Porscha Porter, U.S. Army Engineering & Support Center
Energy Project of the Year – Guaranteed Energy Savings Performance Contract for Georgia World Congress Authority
Innovative Energy Project of the Year – Bosch DC Microgrid
Energy Innovator of the Year – Cole Walker, Energy Surety Partners
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Daniel Dreher, Sain Engineering Associates


Winners in Region III (IL, IN, IO, MI, MN, OH, WI):

Energy Engineer of the Year – Leonel Martinez-Perez, Harshaw Trane
Corporate Energy Management – Toyota Manufacturing North America
Energy Manager of the Year – James Burtch, Interactive Energy, LLC
Energy Project of the Year – LexisNexis Building Automation
Innovative Energy Project of the Year – Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) Sustainable Solar PV & LED Lighting Project
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Matthew Brodnick, University of Cincinnati and Miles Ryan, United States Air Force

Winners in Region IV (AR, CO, KS, LA, MO, MT, NE, NM, ND, OK, SD, TX, WY):

Energy Engineer of the Year – Jennifer Gunby, Institute for Market Transformation
Corporate Energy Management – TIER REIT
Institutional Energy Management – North Kansas City Schools
Energy Manager of the Year – Tony Sparks, Albuquerque Public Schools
Energy Project of the Year – Arkansas Children’s Hospital Utility & BAS Upgrade Project
Innovative Energy Project of the Year – City of Dallas Fire Station 27


Winners in Region V (AK, AZ, CA, HA, ID, NV, OR, UT, WA):

Energy Engineer of the Year – Glen Anderson, ETC Group
Corporate Energy Management – JLL-Adventist Health
Energy Manager of the Year – Wayne Dobberpuhl, Arizona Public Service
Innovative Energy Project of the Year – Bowerman Power Project
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Steve Hobus, AMEL Technologies, Inc.

Asia Pacific Rim Region

Energy Engineer of the Year – Sundae Knight, Federal IT Consulting
Institutional Energy Management – Electrical & Mechanical Services Department of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Energy Project of the Year – Hong Kong’s Largest Chiller Replacement Project
Innovative Energy Project of the Year – Yokota Air Base USAF

Asia Subcontinent Region

Energy Engineer of the Year – Vishve Bandhu Mahendra, Encon Thermal Engineers
Energy Professional Development – Palaniappan Dharmalingam, National Productivity Council
Energy Manager of the Year – Pradeep Gupta, Pragati Power Corporation Limited
Energy Project of the Year – Achieving Energy Savings at Vivanta by Taj – Yeshwantpur
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Nasrin Sultana, German Development Corperation

Canada Region

Energy Engineer of the Year – John Lennartz, Samuel, Son & Co., Limited
Corporate Energy Management – Fallsview Casino Report
Institutional Energy Management – City of Richmond, Lulu Island Energy Company
Energy Professional Development – Andrew Knox, CLEAResult
Energy Manager of the Year – Joshua Lewis, SNP Technical Services Inc.
Energy Project of the Year – Combined Heat & Power Project, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada
Innovative Energy Project of the Year – New Afton Ventilation Management System, New Gold, Inc.
Energy Innovator of the Year – Luisa Jones, City of Coquitlam
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Aghahosseini Seyedali, Independent Electricity System Operator of Ontario

Eastern & Central Europe Region

Young Energy Professional of the Year – Dr. Attila Talamon, Winergy Ltd.

Former Soviet Union Region

Energy Engineer of the Year – Dmytro Pedan, ESO EnergoEngineering
Corporate Energy Management – SHUVAR LLC
Energy Manager of the Year – Olexander Kovalko , National Joint-Stock Company “Naftogas of Ukraine”

Latin America Region

Energy Engineer of the Year – Anthony Van Sprang, Omega Engineering, Inc.
Corporate Energy Management – Baxter Healthcare Brazil
Institutional Energy Management – National Energy Commission / Comisión Nacional de Energíia
Energy Professional Development – Samuel Monterroso, ECONOVA
Energy Innovator of the Year – César Santos, San Pedro Bioenergy

Middle East Region

Energy Engineer of the Year – Sulaiman Al Yahya, Qassim University
Corporate Energy Management – Zain Jordan Telecom Company
Institutional Energy Management – Jordan Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Fund (JREEEF)
Energy Professional Development – Fadi Marji, IZZAT MARJI GROUP
Energy Manager of the Year – Ahmad M Al-Ghandoor, ETA Max Energy & Environmental Solutions
Energy Project of the Year – Utilization of Renewable Energy Resources & Increasing Energy Efficiency in Southeast Anatolia Region
Innovative Energy Project of the Year – Shams Ma’an Power Generation PSC
Energy Innovator of the Year – Maher Maymoun, Solar PiezoClean
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Rabea Sawaged, ETA Max Energy & Environmental Solutions

Oceania Region

Energy Manager of the Year – Garry Dazeley, Simplot Australia Pty Limited
Energy Project of the Year – 6.0 Star NABERS Breakthrough at Tower 3, Collins Square

Sub-Saharan Africa Region

Energy Engineer of the Year – Nicholas Gachie, Kenya Association of Manufacturers
Institutional Energy Management – Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGEN)
Energy Professional Development – Tameezan wa Gathui, Women in Sustainable Energy & Entrepreneurship
Energy Manager of the Year – Braam Dalgleish, Standard Bank of South Africa
Innovative Energy Project of the Year – The 280MW Geothermal Project
Energy Innovator of the Year – Hellen Odegi, Skylon Global Company
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Keith Cassie, Standard Bank of South Africa

Western Europe Region

Energy Engineer of the Year – Javier Cervera, Gas Natural Fenosa
Institutional Energy Management – Catalan Institute for Energy (ICAEN)
Energy Professional Development – Alice Corovessi, Institute of Zero Energy Buildings
Energy Manager of the Year – Peter Moran, AbbVie
Energy Project of the Year – Energy ICT
Energy Innovator of the Year – Marc Masó, Proisotec Energia SL

About the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC)
The WEEC is the nation’s largest energy efficiency conference and technology expo designed for business, industrial and institutional energy users. The conference addresses industrial energy management, HVAC and smart building systems, renewables, alternative energy and onsite generation, lighting efficiency and integrated energy solutions.  In addition to the three-day conference program, WEEC features a comprehensive exposition as well as a full line-up of CEU and PDH qualifying seminars.

Director, Sales and Marketing

Carbondale, IL, September 15, 2017 – Potentia Analytics, Inc., a leading provider of intelligent healthcare software, is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the 2017 HackSI event that will take place on November 4th & 5th at Southern Illinois University’s Dunn-Richmond Center in Carbondale, IL. HackSI focuses on inspiring new ideas through a fun and entertaining hackathon that brings together people of all ages. From drones to robots, HackSI shows that technology can be fun as well as educational.

 

A hackathon is an event in which software developers, designers and project managers collaborate on software projects. During the event attendees design, build and show off their creations to a group of fellow techies who will appreciate what they have built. Some very interesting new technologies have come out of hackathons all over the world. It doesn’t matter what they build, the important part is that they learned something while doing it. HackSI has had past winners that had never programmed anything before and ended up building one of the best hacks of the day. Many of the participants go on to tech related job fields based on their experiences at HackSI.

 

“We are very excited for Potentia Analytics to join us this year as a “10 GB” sponsor! Since its inception, HackSI has grown into a vibrant community of more than 250 hackers aged 7 to 70. With the support and participation of local tech companies we can continue to grow our event. HackSI highlights the talent that already exists in Southern Illinois as well as introduces people to a potential future in tech that they may not have previously considered.” Dav Glass, Founder and Hacker in Charge, HackSI.

 

“As a participant in other Hackathons in the past, I knew that as one of the few local software technology companies we had to get involved to support what Dav and his team are doing. Hackathons are fun-filled environments that spark amazing ideas and encourage collaborating to make those ideas into reality. These hackers are the future innovators and we hope that they will choose to make Southern Illinois their home for their world changing startups!” Berardino E. Baratta, CEO, Potentia Analytics, Inc.

 

To learn more about becoming a HackSI sponsor or participant, visit hacksi.org or email contact@hacksi.org.

 

To learn more about the power of Potentia Analytics visit https://www.potentiaco.com, call 618.505.2001 extension 105 or send an email to inquiries@potentiaco.com.

Friends of the Waterfront Hosts 26th Annual Silver Anchor Award Reception & Fundraiser on September 14, 2017

Friends of the Waterfront, a non-profit organization that supports programs benefiting the Louisville waterfront, is holding its annual awards reception and fundraiser on September 14, 2017, starting at 5:30 p.m. dockside on the Belle of Louisville.

Two award recipients will be recognized at the event for their continued and outstanding support of Louisville Waterfront Park: Matt Thornton, CEO of Louisville-based Thorntons Inc., and The National Weather Service.

There will be hors d’oeuvres and cocktails available for guests as well as a silent auction and live music by Small Time Napoleon.

Tickets are $75.00 per person and are available at the event. You can also purchase tickets in advance online: http://www.friendsofthewaterfront.com/silver-anchor/ or by calling 502-574-3768.

Proceeds from the event will benefit Waterfront Park programs such as:

  • WFPK Waterfront Wednesday Concert Series
  • Waterfront Park Clean Team
  • Waterfront Park Maintenance
  • Lighting of the Big Four Bridge
  • Waterfront Park’s Annual July 4th Celebration
  • Catfish Louie Community Appearances … and much more

ABOUT SILVER ANCHOR AWARDS

Initially launched in 1992, Silver Anchor Award recipients have included many prominent figures and organizations in the Louisville, Kentucky area such as: Junior League of Louisville, Inc. (1992), The Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center (1997), Brown-Forman Corporation (2001), Congresswoman Anne M. Northup (2003), The Galt House (2006), Kindred Health Care (2006), Governor Steve Beshear (2012), WFPK (2016), Paul Ford (2016), as well as many more. You can view a full list of Silver Anchor Award winners on the Friends of the Waterfront’s website.


CONTACT INFORMATION
 
Jacob M. Mercier, FOTW Board President
Friends of the Waterfront 
502-558-7513 

OakBend Medical Center Selects Intuition ExpressForms® as its Document Management Solution

Richmond, Texas-September 8, 2017: Intuition HIT Solutions is pleased to announce that one of its longest tenured and largest clients, OakBend Medical Center, has successfully completed the implementation of Intuition ExpressForms® to complement their McKesson Paragon environment.

‘We are thrilled that there is finally an affordable option for document storage automation and workflow management,” said Sue McCarty, Chief Nursing Officer at OakBend Medical Center. “We looked at several options and subsequently found Intuition ExpressForms® to be a perfect fit for our main campus and surrounding facilities. We love all the functionality that comes with their full complement of products, but the clincher for us was that we can use their product as an off-line EHR when our current vendor needs the downtime for upgrades and new releases.”

“To have a hospital group like OakBend Medical Center choose our solution over the various competitors is a clear confirmation that Intuition ExpressForms® and our accompanying suite of applications are cutting edge and revolutionary,” adds Scott Leach, EVP Sales and Marketing at Intuition HIT Solutions. “Not only are we helping OakBend automate their document storage and workflow management applications, they are also utilizing our embedded forms/template designer and e-signature solution. Moreover, the use of our product can integrate with any EHR suite to use as a downtime EHR platform in the event of a disruption in service.”

About Intuition HIT Solutions:

Intuition HIT Solutions, a division of EMR Support Group, LLC, was founded in 2007 as an independent software support company for McKesson Horizon/Paragon end users. Since inception, Intuition HIT Solutions has expanded products and service offerings to Cloud Storage, EHR/HIS implementation, Revenue Cycle Management, Software Development, IT Infrastructure Management, and Bio-Medical Services.  

About OakBend Medical Center:

OakBend Medical Center is the largest healthcare facility in Fort Bend County, Texas, including two full service hospital campuses and many specialty locations and physicians’ offices in Fort Bend and Harris counties.


Media contact:
Scott Leach
EVP Sales & Marketing
Intuition HIT Solutions
855.326.8728
sleach@intuitionhit.com
www.intuitionhit.com

“Time is for Dragonflies and Angels” by J.M. Erickson Win’s Gold at Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards

J.M. Erickson’s Time is for Dragonflies and Angels wins gold medal in the fiction anthology category at the Readers’ Favorite 2017 International Book Award Contest.

Time is for Dragonflies and Angels is a collection of flash science fiction and novellas that embraces the ideas of multi-universes and dimensions, critical decisions and judgments, and human struggles associated with racism and dystopian societies.

Divine Zape, Reader’s Favorite Reviewer describes this award-winning anthology well:

Time is for Dragonflies and Angels by J.M. Erickson is a beautiful offering for fans of sci-fi and fantasy who are also into short stories and novellas. The collection features powerful themes, including parallel universes, man’s struggle to come to grips with his human predicament, racial discrimination, and many more. This collection has a lot to offer readers with diverse tastes. Those who enjoy dystopian themes will feel very comfortable with Rogue Event featuring the game that many people are familiar with, the struggle for control where a select group wants to control the workings of the lives of others. Read about a widower and an autistic young man in a one-of-a-kind adventure to find meaning in Recount Our DreamsThe Gray is a moving tale that features the mechanics of bias, of racism, and beautifully portrays how a group can elect itself as the judge of others based on what makes them look different. And there is more!”

Time is for Dragonflies and Angels has garnered more critical praise:

Time is for Dragonflies and Angels, the new book from sci fi author J.M. Erickson is a collection of short stories in the tradition of the classic science fiction writing compendiums, evoking well-loved writers such as Aldous Huxley and George Orwell, with clear influences from other giants of the genre as we go along.” – Self-Publishing Review

“This book falls into that rare group that tells unexpected and original stories that don’t rely on cliché’s or overused plot devices – nice, especially in the Sci-Fi genre where it is hard to find really unique plotlines and genuine character development.” – Indie Book Reviewers

“In every story, the author displays bright moments of humor alongside darker bits of existential dread. His stories succeed on two levels, both as diverting bits of adventure and as deeper commentary on our modern life.” – Pacific Book Reviewer

About the Author

In addition to creating the Birds of Flight series and the other award-winning science fiction stories Future Prometheus and Intelligent Design, Erickson holds a BA in psychology and sociology from Boston College, a master’s degree in psychiatric social work from the Simmons School of Social Work, and post-graduate certification in post-trauma treatment from Boston University School of Social Work. Certified in cognitive behavioral treatment and a post-trauma specialist, he is also a senior instructor of psychology and counseling at Cambridge College and a senior therapist in a clinical group practice in the Merrimack Valley, Massachusetts.

Contact

http://www.jmericksonindiewriter.net

http://www.jmericksonindiewriter.com

https://www.jmeindieblog.com/

Ed Asner’s 1st Hand Experiences with Autism

The Ed Asner & Friends Poker Tournament is just around the corner coming up on Sept. 9th, 2017 at the Haworth Showroom in DTLA.  It is shaping up to be a doozy.  Why? It could be the growing list of celebrity guests.  Confirmed so far are Dylan McDermott, Lou Diamond Philips, Rosie O’Donnell, Eric Roberts, Thomas Gibson, Michael McKean, Elizabeth J. Carlisle, Holly Robinson Peete, Mathew Modine, Randy Rainbow, Sebastian Bach, Patricia Heaton, Greg Grunberg, Ivy Teves, Eric Handler, Maureen McCormick, Roger Cross, Jay Flats, Leyna Nguyen, Mark Thompson and Andy Dick.

It could be that it doesn’t matter if you’re a novice or an expert poker player or whether you win or lose because you’re having fun for a good cause.  For those that don’t care to play poker you can still have gaming pleasure from pai-gow poker as long as you know the difference between an ace and a deuce. 

It could be that your mouth is watering from the delectable appetizers provided by David’s Catering or the tantalizing aromas from the expresso and dessert bar. 

If wine is your thing, it could be the Wine Pull where for $20 you will get a bottle of wine.  Among others, the wine you pull could be the 1 of the 6 donated by wineLA.com including their signature BeeKeeper Zin.  WineLA hosts the most upscale wine events in the L.A. area and you could bid for one of their Wine tasting classes.  A wine class can only be win-win.  The friendly Friends of the Vine in Redondo Beach has donated 5 bottles ranging from $25-$55.  The wines from Total Wines are all discounted 30%.  Winemaker Michelle Lafond from the Santa Barbara Winery and her own Lafond Winery has donated a bottle from each label.  DirectCellars.com/AlcoholGSH.com  will also be donating bottles. 

It could be the hosted AlcoholGSH.com Lounge. Their Brand Ambassadors will not only be serving alcoholic beverages but enlighten you to their proprietary scientific breakthrough supplement which when taken during imbibing will enable you to feel better and be healthier.  Their MaxVodka is a healthier cocktail although that may sound like an oxymoron.  

It could be that tequila aficionados will be treated to tasting Oro Imperial, the Gold Medal Winner of the 2017 San Francisco World Spirits Competition. 

It could be that 1st place is a stay at the Pumpjack in Palm Springs and 2 round-trip domestic tickets on Southwest Airlines or the Opportunity drawings for a variety of products and services ranging from VIP concert tickets to a $2500 broche.  It could be the priceless signed 2010 Championship photo of Derek Fisher and Kobe Bryant donated by Dr. Jerry Buss’ lifelong business partner Frank Mariani.

It could be one or more of the above but those are all frills.  This event is going to be a doozy because of you.  Whether you play poker, attend, donate, or just read this article, you are going to be enriched by learning or being just a little bit more aware of autism and the work of Autism Society. 

Winner of 7 prime-time Emmys, Ed Asner told me that autism entered his into life at a later age with a second family.  Not knowing what it was caused him misunderstanding, concern, mistrust, anger, and legal battles with his son Charlie’s mother.  It wasn’t until his son was 7 before he was diagnosed to be on the Autism Spectrum.  We now know that early diagnosis and treatment can lead to much better results for those in the Spectrum.  

One day while Ed was driving with his son in the passenger seat, he was pulled over for a traffic infraction.  While looking for his license and registration, his son blurted out loudly, “Do you know who this is?” Ed apologized and explained his son was autistic. The officer moved on and he later explained to his son about the appropriateness of remarks. Not every person exhibiting a lack of social skills is autistic but Ed feels it is important to be aware of  the characteristics of autism and not to over react but to exercise patience and understanding. Ed admits that patience is not one of his virtues much like life imitating a television character.  Watch the video

You can still sign up at www.playwithEd.com .

Trinity Exteriors, Inc Named 2017 Finalist for BBB Torch Award For Ethics

Eden Prairie, MN — Restoration contractor Trinity Exteriors, Inc has been named a 2017 Finalist for the BBB Torch Awards for Ethics. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) presents Torch Awards for Ethics each year to for-profit companies owned or operated in Minnesota and North Dakota that display integrity in all aspects of their operations. Nominees are offered the opportunity to submit an entry to BBB, where a panel of independent volunteer business and community leaders review the entries and choose the winners. Nominees must be in good standing with BBB; however accreditation is not a requirement to compete for the award.

“It is an honor to be named a finalist. We have a great group of people that work day in and day out to ensure our customers have a great experience,” says Ted Swanson, owner of Trinity Exteriors.

Ethical business practices and integrity are the pillars of Trinity Exteriors’ success. The company’s structure for employees means salespeople have the time to listen to homeowners and help them, rather than using high-pressure techniques to push sales, and all employees have the health and retirement benefits.

Team Trinity furthers its reach and impact in the community by donating a portion of every sale to the Shriners Hospitals for Children — Twin Cities, as well as the Toys For Tots. On company-wide community outreach days, employees volunteer together for causes such as the Salvation Army, People Reaching Out to People (PROP), and Household & Outdoor Maintenance for the Elderly (HOME). Additionally, Trinity Exteriors, in partnership with Owens Corning and Roof Depot, donated a roof to the Veterans Rest Camp in Marine on St. Croix in 2015.

ABOUT THE BBB
The mission of Better Business Bureau is to be the leader in building marketplace trust by promoting, through self-regulation, the highest standards of business ethics and conduct, and to instill confidence in responsible businesses through programs of education and action that inform, assist and protect the general public. We are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Contact BBB at bbb.org or 651-699-1111, toll-free at 1-800-646-6222.
Media Contact:  Dan Hendrickson, Communications Coordinator 651-695-2463 or dan.hendrickson@thefirstbbb.org.

‘President Trump, May I ask you a question’ is the Must Read Book for 2017 where “We the People” question the president.

President Donald J. Trump has demonstrated over and over how far he is willing to go to control the narrative around the performance of his presidency and administration for consumption by the American people.  Take this journey with the American people through this first ever of its kind book of questions with over 100 thought provoking images and over 500 questions that allows the reader to develop their own narrative.

This book is sure to be on the “required reading” list across college campuses and a “must read” for political, social media and news groups as an innovative way of engaging an audience of readers to experience a book through a journey of questions rather than a journey of narratives.

For the first time in book format readers will be able to assemble their own facts, thoughts, opinions, information and experience in a way that allows them to create their own narrative page after thought-provoking page which by default becomes to a degree unquestionable because it is the reader’s narrative.

Join millions of Americans as they take the journey along with President Donald J. Trump through over 100 thought provoking images and more than 500 questions examining the performance of his presidency and administration in a first ever of its kind Book of Questions.

The American people have exhausted attempt after attempt to appeal to the compassion and decency in President Trump and his administration on key decisions like healthcare, immigration, border wall, global warming and living wage and encountered a brick wall at every turn.  He has been effective in using his Brand (Trump), the Brand of office (President) and the strength of the party (Republican) to dominate and control the narrative communicated to the American people and conveniently dismiss requests for reconsideration.

Mr. President, May I ask you a question’ is a voice of the American people taking a stand and asking the tough questions of the President.

Take the journey with us as we exercise our “We the People” voice in requesting that President Donald J. Trump confront the optics and questions that he has placed on the minds of many Americans.

Get your copy now and join the voice of “We The People.”

http://www.lulu.com/shop/http://www.lulu.com/shop/jameel-l-radford/mr-president-may-i-ask-you-a-question/paperback/product-23303158.html

Say Hello To The Ultimate Multi-Functional Sterilizing Toothbrush Station

The design team at Puretta Technology Co., LTD is excited to share the news of their official release of the Puretta Multifunctional Toothbrush Station. Bathrooms are a scary place to keep your toothbrush, even though that’s where everyone is prone to keep them. Every day our toothbrushes are exposed to invisible germs and bacteria that fill every corner and are continually exposed to the splash zone, which in turn can be downright disgusting and harmful to you and your loved ones health. That’s why the creators of Puretta chose to design a new modern, eco-friendly technology for improving both your bathroom cleanliness and personal health and hygiene.

 

Say Hello to the Puretta. This smart toothbrush station brings a new level of clean, both certified and tested to kill 99.9% of germs and bacteria via UV light; The light is powered by a solar panel, which removes the need for those unsightly and potentially hazardous cables around your bathroom sink and wall outlet. Also the station provides room for up to 4 toothbrushes, and a back rack area for razors, dental floss, and teeth cleaning utensils of choice. The station offers a universal toothpaste insert to fit every shape and size of toothpaste out there, along with a smart infrared light that will automatically shut off the UV cleaning process whenever someone enters its proximity.

 

As toothbrushes advance, with more designs now on the market shelves than one can count, it only makes sense that our ability to keep our toothbrushes and bathrooms clean would be the next big priority. The Puretta has you covered.

 

The Puretta will officially launch on Kickstarter on August 15th, 9AM PST. To receive a sample of the toothbrush station for review and more details, please contact John Messier of the Puretta design team.

 

 

Contact Information:

 

Name: John Messier

Email: hello@purettadesign.com

Phone: 1 (512) 333-2950

Facebook: @purettadesign

Website: www.purettadesign.com

On Kickstarter:  August 15th, 9AM PST

General Press Kit: http://bit.ly/PurettaPressKit