Surgeon, Dr. Dennis Begos Explains how Gastroparesis & IBS are Often Interconnected

Dennis Begos

Dennis Begos

BOSTON, MA, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2019 / — Whether you call it heartburn, reflux, GERD or gastroparesis, these different names are all for one condition—burning acid in the throat and mouth and August is National Gastroparesis Awareness Month.

Dr. Dennis Begos explained, “Gastroparesis causes delayed emptying of the stomach acids and food, which creates numerous symptoms including acid reflux. Along with a great deal of discomfort and systemic health-related factors, what many people don’t realize is that acid reflux can adversely affect your lifestyle and coping abilities due to its chronic bodily distress.

“Over 20% of the population has IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), but that’s not accounting for the nearly 45 million Americans that silently suffer from the symptoms of IBS.” Dr. Begos explained, “There are two different types of this syndrome, IBS-D, and IBS-M. IBS-D is recurrent or chronic diarrhea, and IBS-M is a combination of episodic diarrhea or constipation. Both of these types of the disorder are often not diagnosed until 5-10 years after a patient’s initial experience.”

The IBS & Gastroparesis Connection
Many individuals that have gastroparesis also have IBS. These disorders seem to run parallel to each other due to their muscle contraction correlation. Dr. Dennis Begos Continued, “It is thought that the muscles lining of the intestines, esophagus, and stomach contribute to and influence both IBS and gastroparesis symptoms. Stress causes both IBS and gastroparesis to flare. Many of the foods that exacerbate both conditions are the same such as caffeine, fatty foods, spices, chocolate, dairy, and onions.”

“Gastroparesis and IBS can be controlled with medication. Antacids work to tamp down both disorders. There are several different classes of drugs that work by helping to move food through the stomach and intestines more quickly and also by controlling the amount of acid in the stomach, which consequently alleviates the acid in the throat and mouth.” Dr. Begos explained further, “Your diet plays a huge role in the control of your gastroparesis and IBS. Lemon water reduces acid by reducing the PH levels in the stomach. The same holds true for apple cider vinegar diluted in water, but you must be certain to dilute the ratio in water to avoid excessive erosion and other acid-related issues.”

Surgeon, Dr. Dennis Begos has over 20 years of clinical experience in both academic and community hospitals and has held numerous key leadership positions, including Medical Staff President and Chair of Surgery. With his extensive experience in teaching and medical writing, Dr. Begos has been highly esteemed by his peers and patients over the past few decades, as he is recognized for his surgical expertise, innovation, and his significant experience with quality and patient safety analysis and reporting.

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Volume Quoting Automation for LTL Shipments

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Logistics Fox Freight Solutions finds major benefit in Teknowlogi’s new bulk rating option

COSTA MESA, CA, US, July 31, 2019 / —

Teknowlogi has released a new feature in its transportation management system (TMS) that automates the process of volume quoting. Freight brokers continue seeking automation from TMS providers to increase efficiencies and equip themselves with tools that will help them capture new clients and deliver better customer service. No company has automated the LTL shipment process like Teknowlogi. The new volume quoting tool is one of the many features setting Teknowlogi apart from TMS competitors.

Logistics Fox is a freight broker that has achieved incredible growth since the company’s inception in 2015. Their progress is attributed to a culture of highly knowledgeable, well-trained transportation professionals. The company prides itself on thinking outside the box and going above and beyond to ensure superior customer satisfaction. This talented team embraces the automation provided by Teknowlogi and finds tremendous value in the new volume quoting tool. As part of the company’s client-focused approach, Logistics Fox has always sought out the most efficient technological solutions to deliver high-level service.

Volume quoting has always fallen outside of the standard quoting process in LTL shipping. The current process requires freight brokers and shippers to manually call a carrier to ask for an LTL volume quote on all shipments over 10,000 lbs. or larger than 12 linear feet. Waiting on an LTL carrier’s response can take hours, causing interruptions in workflow. Delays can lead to frustrated customers, prompting them to look for quotes from other freight brokers.

Automated volume quoting provides an instant quote, eliminating delays and maintaining the same efficient workflows for both volume and standard quoting. The customer portal within the transportation management system (TMS) allows a freight intermediary’s customer to receive an LTL volume quote in seconds.

About Teknowlogi

Teknowlogi is a pioneer of Transportation Management Software (TMS) and the only logistics technology company to offer a cloud-based solution that incorporates artificial intelligence to provide logistics management, consulting intelligence, mobile intelligence, integration intelligence, and business intelligence in one platform. Tai Adviser can analyze millions of data variables in real-time, allowing companies to increase efficiencies within the complicated and multifaceted global shipping and logistics industry. Teknowlogi addresses every aspect of the shipment lifecycle, making the TMS a perfect solution for Shippers, 3PL companies, freight brokers, freight forwarders and even asset-based carriers. Our mission is to build and deliver applied intelligence solutions that make it possible for any logistics company to be the best version of themselves.

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Palm Beach County Mayor Mack Bernard

Mayor Bernard to address economic mobility by engaging on workforce opportunities, poverty, education & more to create local solutions for Palm Beach County

PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2019 / — Mayor Mack Bernard of Palm Beach County, Florida, announced that he is among the 20 leaders from across the nation who have been invited to participate in the National Economic Mobility Leadership Network, a new program that brings together diverse and bipartisan county leaders from across the country to explore the role counties can play to positively affect economic mobility. The network is run by the National Association of Counties (NACo) and is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

“It's an honor to be a part of this important initiative and I look forward to working with leaders from across the country on reviewing what innovative ideas and solutions can create economic opportunities for Palm Beach County’s families and businesses,” said Mayor Bernard. “The National Economic Mobility Leadership Network is another way Palm Beach County is taking the initiative to increase economic mobility, dismantle stigmas around poverty, and develop local solutions that drive economic mobility upward. I have a bold vision for Palm Beach County’s future and remain committed to addressing economic inequality and creating opportunities for our entire community to succeed.”

The National Economic Mobility Leadership Network will travel to three counties that have made concerted efforts and demonstrated measurable success in addressing economic mobility in their counties. Throughout the two-day convenings, county leaders and experts will engage on a range of topics including: workforce development and opportunities; generational poverty; affordable housing; access to financial services; educational opportunities and attainment; transportation access; health care services and access; technology and information access; criminal justice reform; geographic mobility and data collection, use, and sharing. The leaders will also visit sites that demonstrate the program and meet local leaders (within the county and outside) and those impacted by these programs and services.

Their first visit will be to Multnomah County, Oregon from July 30th to August 1st. After that, the cohort will visit Hennepin County, Minnesota in September, and Garret County, Maryland in November.

For more information about Mayor Mack Bernard, visit his website here.

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NACo is the only national organization representing county governments in the United States. NACo assists America’s 3,069 counties—including the nearly 40,000 county elected officials and 3.6 million county employees that serve counties—in pursuing excellence in public service to create healthy, vibrant, and safe counties.

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Torino Capital LLC incentiva a participação de investimentos privados para o desenvolvimento econômico em São Paulo

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Fabiano Borsato se encontra com a vereadora da cidade de São Paulo, Janaína Lima, em Nova York

E preciso que se invista em medidas que incitem a gestão responsável de investimentos sociais privados, da mesma maneira que, em iniciativas que norteiem e qualifiquem esses investimentos.”

— Fabiano Borsato – Diretor de Operações

NOVA YORK, ESTADOS UNIDOS, July 31, 2019 / — Janaína Lima estimula parcerias público-privadas em São Paulo, tornando a cidade mais atraente para investidores.

No mês de julho, o diretor de operações da Torino Capital, Fabiano Borsato, teve a oportunidade de se encontrar com a vereadora de São Paulo, Janaína Lima. Durante o encontro, foram debatidas iniciativas para gestões públicas, que acabam tornando determinados locais mais atraentes para receberem incentivos e investimentos, além das potencialidades, vantagens e resultados de parcerias público-privadas. Assim como Janaína, a Torino Capital, representada na ocasião do encontro por Borsato, acredita que o estímulo à participação da iniciativa privada, efetivada por meio de investimentos sociais corporativos, é um movimento fundamental para o desenvolvimento econômico e social de qualquer país.Entretanto, Borsato alerta que, para que isso seja feito de forma útil e benéfica para a sociedade, é preciso que se invista em medidas que incitem a gestão responsável de investimentos sociais privados, da mesma maneira que, em iniciativas que norteiem e qualifiquem esses aportes.

A vereadora Janaína estava nos Estados Unidos, participando de um curso sobre lideranças públicas, chamado International Program for Public Leaders, em tradução livre, Programa Internacional para Líderes Públicos, norteado exatamente por esses objetivos de qualificação e orientação de investimentos. Segundo os próprios relatos da vereadora em suas redes sociais, a experiência foi muito válida principalmente pelos dados, estudos de caso e projeções apresentados sobre parcerias público-privadas. Ao longo do curso, foram ensinadas diversas ferramentas, como métricas e sistemas de check-lists, que permitem a construção de mecanismos confiáveis para a obtenção de resultados mais bem-sucedidos e exitosos nas políticas públicas.

Um dos grandes problemas enfrentados pela gestão pública é a falta de acompanhamento e de continuidade de projetos iniciados, que se deve a vários motivos, entre eles: a troca de governos. Os mecanismos, ferramentas e técnicas apresentados ao longo do curso surgem como alternativas para lidar com esses problemas de instabilidade administrativa, além de outras dificuldades. Juntamente com líderes públicos de diversos cargos e, portanto, de visões diferentes, a vereadora Janaína teve a oportunidade de aprender com as experiências relatadas e debatidas entre os participantes, percebendo semelhanças e abordando interpretações variadas. Além de trocas de experiências e ensinamentos em sala de aula, o grupo de gestores públicos participou de visitas ao Congresso Americano, ao Banco Mundial e à Embaixada brasileira nos Estados Unidos. Os encontros foram fundamentais para debater as prioridades das relações entre o Brasil e os Estados Unidos, assim como para discutir a inclusão de municípios e estados brasileiros em iniciativas de cooperação internacional. Mais especificamente em relação à cidade de São Paulo, a visita ao Banco Mundial permitiu que se pensasse em maneiras de construir processos de transparência para todos os projetos já aprovados no Banco Mundial para São Paulo. A visita ao bairro NoMa, em Washington DC, também foi destacada por Janaína como uma excelente oportunidade de conhecer o trabalho de recuperação de um antigo bairro degradado da cidade, cujos ensinamentos podem ser aplicados à capital paulista. O propósito da vivência do curso é justamente implementar os aprendizados à realidade da cidade de São Paulo, aprimorando as iniciativas público-privadas que já existem e estimulando ainda novas parcerias.

Quem é Janaína Lima: Nascida em Capão Redondo, na periferia de São Paulo, Janaína é advoga e pós-graduada em Direito Público. Antes de iniciar o seu primeiro mandato como vereadora da cidade de São Paulo, em 2016, a parlamentar foi coordenadora da Juventude na Secretaria Estadual de Esporte, Lazer e Juventude, e gerente da Agenda de Desenvolvimento na Secretaria de Planejamento e Desenvolvimento Regional no governo do Estado de São Paulo. Além de atualmente fazer parte da rede vinculada à ONU, a Nexus Brasil, ela foi integrante da Global Shapers, onde foi escolhida como uma das jovens excepcionais, por meio de uma iniciativa do Fórum Social Mundial. A parlamentar também já concorreu a uma cadeira na Organização das Nações Unidas Mulheres América Latina e Caribe. Desde 2015, é líder da Rede de Ação Política pela Sustentabilidade (RAPS), uma organização focada no aprimoramento da sociedade por meio de ações políticas. Entre os prêmios nacionais e internacionais que já recebeu, o que mais se destaca é o Prêmio Primeira Safira do Rotary International. Em abril de 2017, Janaína palestrou no evento Brazil Conference, organizado pelo Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) e pela Universidade de Harvard, em Boston, nos Estados Unidos. Em outubro de 2018, palestrou sobre educação para jovens estudantes brasileiros nos Estados Unidos, na Universidade de Georgetown.

Logo que assumiu seu mandato, Janaína abriu mão de vários privilégios aos quais tinha direito, como motorista e carro oficial, reduziu o número de assessores, chegando, até o momento, a uma economia de mais de 3 milhões de reais. O dinheiro já economizado foi destinado à Secretaria de Educação, aplicado em ações e projetos voltados principalmente à primeira infância, uma das questões prioritárias de sua gestão. Outro tópico tratado como uma prioridade no seu mandato é o apoio ao empreendedorismo, a vereadora acredita que estimular espíritos empreendedores pode ajudar cidadãos a transformarem o ambiente em que vivem, criando novas oportunidades de investimento e desenvolvimento. Um de seus projetos de maior repercussão e impacto é o Embaixadores da Mudança, uma plataforma digital, de livre participação, que permite a qualquer cidadão paulistano, que tenha interesse, se engajar na criação de soluções para os problemas da cidade. De acordo com dados oficiais vinculados à vereadora, por meio da plataforma, já foram desenvolvidos mais de 240 projetos de melhorias na cidade. O sucesso foi tamanho que a plataforma acabou dando origem a um jogo digital, lançado em maio deste ano. O game transforma cidadãos em super-heróis que, através dos seus avatares, onde estes devem aprimorar a gestão pública. O objetivo, além de atrair mais jovens para o mundo da política pública, é mostrar à população, de uma forma lúdica, como as barreiras da burocracia e as regras do sistema governamental muitas vezes dificultam a efetivação de excelentes ideias. Investimento em educação através de parcerias público-privada: A vereadora Janaína, que é membro da Comissão Permanente de Defesa dos Direitos da Criança, do Adolescente e da Juventude, está implementando, na cidade de São Paulo, o PROCRECHE, Programa Municipal de Apoio a Crianças Vulneráveis em Creches, e o FUNCRECHE, Fundo Municipal de Apoio à Manutenção de Crianças Vulneráveis em Creches, através de um projeto de lei de sua autoria.

Enquanto o objetivo do PROCRECHE é disponibilizar bolsas para crianças de até 6 anos de idade, que venham de estruturas familiares vulneráveis de um ponto de vista socioeconômico, para que possam estudar em locais privados de educação infantil. A finalidade do FUNCRECHE é arrecadar e distribuir recursos para projetos que sejam compatíveis com os objetivos do PROCRECHE. Os projetos se focam naquilo que é chamado de primeira infância, que é quando as crianças têm entre 0 e 6 anos de idade. Existem diversas pesquisas sobre a importância de receber estímulos adequados nestes primeiros anos de vida, que consideram essa fase como sendo a grande janela de aprendizado dos seres humanos. Talvez o pesquisador mais reconhecido nessa área de pesquisa seja o economista e Nobel de Economia do ano 2000, James Heckman, professor da Universidade de Chicago. De acordo com estudos e projeções realizados por Heckman, além de reduzir problemas sociais, como mortalidade infantil, violência, baixa escolaridade, investimentos nessa parte específica da sociedade poderiam resultar em cidadãos com potencial de rendimentos até 60% maiores em comparação àqueles que não têm acesso à educação infantil e não frequentam creches. Outro estudo, chamado Perry Project, realizado em pré-escolas públicas no estado do Michigan, nos Estados Unidos, identificou que para cada dólar que é investido na primeira infância, mais especificamente no desenvolvimento de habilidades cognitivas, geraria um retorno de sete dólares para a sociedade no longo prazo. Estes são alguns dos estímulos que fizeram Janaína focar os esforços de seu mandato em realizar investimentos na primeira infância e na educação básica.

A estratégia de utilizar parcerias público-privadas foi o que possibilitou que seus projetos pudessem ser postos em prática com maior rapidez e já trazer resultados significativos para a sociedade paulistana. Desde a implementação do Plano Municipal pela Primeira Infância, mais de 50 mil vagas em creches foram criadas. Mesmo sendo um avanço, não resolve o problema da falta de acesso à educação de base para todas as crianças, portanto, agora, Janaína propõem a criação de vouchers, que permitiriam pais de crianças na fila de espera por vagas em escolas públicas, pagarem pela educação de seus filhos em estabelecimentos privados. O projeto Marco Legal da Primeira Infância virou lei em outubro de 2017, estabelecendo instrumentos e mecanismos de parcerias público-privadas, a fim de garantir os melhores serviços em desenvolvimento integral das crianças. O curso para líderes públicos, recém frequentado por Janaína Lima nos Estados Unidos, certamente contribuirá para a implantação e o aprimoramento de mais projetos e iniciativas do tipo parcerias público-privadas, já que muitos ensinamentos e cases de sucesso apresentados ao longo do curso tinham como princípio esta forma de investimento.

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Fabiano Borsato meets São Paulo’s city councilwoman Janaína Lima

Torino Capital LLC encourages private participation for economic and social development

It is necessary to invest in measures that encourage the responsible management of private social investments, as well as in initiatives that guide and qualify these investments.”

— Fabiano Borsato – COO of Torino Capital

NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2019 / — Janaína Lima stimulates public-private partnerships in São Paulo, making the city more attractive to investors.

In July, Fabiano Borsato, chief operating officer of Torino Capital, had the opportunity to meet São Paulo’s city councilwoman Janaína Lima. During the meeting, public management initiatives that end up making certain places more attractive to receive incentives and investments were debated, as well as the potential, advantages, and results of public-private partnerships. Just as Janaína, Torino Capital, represented at the occasion of the meeting by Borsato, believes that encouraging private participation through corporate social investments is a fundamental movement for the economic and social development of any country. However, Borsato warns that, if this is to be done skillfully and beneficially for society, it is necessary to invest in measures that encourage the responsible management of private social investments, as well as in initiatives that guide and qualify these investments.

Councilwoman Janaína was in the United States, attending a course on public leadership called "International Program for Public Leaders" guided precisely by these qualification and investment orientation objectives. According to the councilwoman's reports on her social media networks, the experience was very valid mainly due to the data, case studies and projections presented on public-private partnerships. Throughout the course, a variety of tools were taught, such as metrics and checklist systems, that allow leaders to build reliable mechanisms to obtain more successful and prosperous public policy outcomes. One of the major problems faced by public management is the lack of monitoring and continuity of initiated projects, which is due to several reasons, including the exchange of governments. The mechanisms, tools, and techniques presented throughout the course appear as alternatives to deal with these problems of administrative instability, in addition to other difficulties.

Along with public leaders from different positions and different perspectives, councilwoman Janaína had the opportunity to learn from the experiences reported and debated among the participants, noticing similarities and addressing varied interpretations. In addition to exchanging experiences and taking lessons in the classroom, the group of public managers participated in visits to the American Congress, the World Bank, and the Brazilian Embassy in the United States. The meetings were instrumental in debating the priorities of relations between Brazil and the United States, as well as discussing the inclusion of Brazilian municipalities and states in international cooperation initiatives. More specifically about the city of São Paulo, the visit to the World Bank allowed them to think about ways to build transparency processes for all projects already approved by the World Bank for São Paulo.

Janaína also highlighted the visit to the NoMa neighborhood in Washington DC as an excellent opportunity to learn about the recovery work of an old dilapidated community of the city, whose teachings can be applied to the state capital. The purpose of participating in the course is to implement its learning to the reality of the city of São Paulo, improving existing public-private initiatives and stimulating new partnerships.

Who is Janaína Lima: Born in Capão Redondo, on the outskirts of São Paulo, Janaína is a lawyer and postgraduate in Public Law. Before starting her first term as city councilor of São Paulo, in 2016, the parliamentarian was Youth Coordinator at the State Secretariat of Sport, Leisure and Youth, and manager of the Development Agenda at the Secretariat of Planning and Regional Development in the government of the State of São Paulo. In addition to being currently part of the UN-linked network, Nexus Brazil, she was a member of Global Shapers, where she was chosen as one of the exceptional young women through an initiative of the World Social Forum. The parliamentarian has also run for a seat at the United Nations Women Latin America and the Caribbean.

Since 2015, she has been a leader for the Sustainable Political Action Network (RAPS), an organization focused on improving society through political action. Among the national and international awards she has already received, the most notable one is the First Sapphire Award from Rotary International. In April 2017, Janaína spoke at the Brazil Conference, organized by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University in Boston, United States. In October 2018, she lectured on education to young Brazilian students in the United States at Georgetown University.

As soon as she took office, Janaína gave up several privileges to which she was entitled, such as a driver and an official car, reduced her number of advisors, thus far-reaching savings of more than 3 million reais. The money already saved went to the Department of Education, applied to actions and projects aimed mainly at early childhood, one of the priority issues of her management. Another topic treated as a priority in her tenure is supporting entrepreneurship, the councilwoman believes that encouraging entrepreneurial spirits can help citizens transform their environment by creating new investment and development opportunities.

One of her projects with the most significant repercussion and impact is called Ambassadors for Change, a free-to-participate digital platform that allows any interested São Paulo citizen to engage in creating solutions to the city's problems. According to official data linked to the councilwoman, through the platform, more than 240 improvement projects have been developed in the town. The success was such that the platform eventually gave rise to a digital game, released in May this year. The game turns citizens into superheroes who, through their avatars, have to improve public management. The goal, besides to attract young people into the world of public politics, is to show the people in a playful way how bureaucratic barriers and rules of the government system often make it challenging to turn excellent ideas into reality.
Investment in education through public-private partnerships: Councilwoman Janaína, member of the Permanent Commission for the Defense of the Rights of the Child, Adolescent, and Youth, is implementing, in the city of São Paulo, the PROCRECHE, Municipal Program to Support Vulnerable Children in Daycares, and FUNCRECHE, Municipal Fund for the Support and Maintenance of Vulnerable Children in Daycares, through a bill of law of her authorship. While PROCRECHE's goal is to provide scholarships for children up to 6 years of age who come from socio-economically vulnerable family structures to study in private early childhood settings, FUNCRECHE's purpose is to collect and distribute resources for projects that are compatible with PROCRECHE objectives. Projects focus on what is called early childhood, which is when children are between 0 and six years old.

A lot of research about the importance of receiving appropriate stimuli in these early years, that consider this phase to be the high window of learning for humans, but perhaps the most recognized researcher in this area of research is the economist and Nobel of Economics of the year 2000, James Heckman, professor at the University of Chicago. According to studies and projections by Heckman, in addition to reducing social problems such as child mortality, violence, low education, investments in this specific part of society could result in citizens with up to 60% higher income potential compared to those without access to early childhood education and who do not attend daycare centers. Another study, called the Perry Project, conducted in public preschools in the state of Michigan, found that for every dollar invested in early childhood, more specifically in developing cognitive skills, a return of seven dollars for society would be generated in the long run.

These are some of the reasons that made Janaína focus her mandate efforts on making investments in early childhood and primary education. The strategy of using public-private partnerships was what made it possible for her projects to be implemented faster and bring significant results to the society of São Paulo.

Since the implementation of the Municipal Early Childhood Plan, more than 50,000 new childcare places have been created. Although this is an advance, it does not solve the problem with the lack of access to primary education for all children. Therefore Janaína proposes the creation of vouchers that would allow parents of children in the queue for a public school to pay for the education in private facilities. The Early Childhood Legal Ground project became law in October 2017, establishing public-private partnership instruments and mechanisms to ensure the best services for the full development of children.

The course for public leaders, recently attended by Janaína Lima in the United States, will undoubtedly contribute to the implementation and enhancement of more public-private partnership projects and initiatives, as many of the lessons and success stories presented throughout the course had as a principle this kind of investment.

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TrackingMore.Com Brings Parcel Tracking Experience to a New Level

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SHENZHEN, CHINA, July 31, 2019 / — Before TrackingMore launched its international parcel tracking service,tracking of a cross-border parcel is difficult and painful.

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ITsavvy to Host Clients, Partners at Elite BMW Golf Championship

ITsavvy President and CEO Mike Theriault

ITsavvy just announced that it will be hosting its clients and partners in a private chalet at the BMW Golf Championship at Medinah Country Club, Medinah, Ill.

Hosting our clients and vendors, many of whom have been with us since the beginning, is our way of saying thank you for the part they have played in our incredible success.”

— ITsavvy President and CEO MikeTheriault

ADDISON, ILL., U.S., July 31, 2019 / — ADDISON, Ill.—ITsavvy, one of the fastest growing complete technology solution providers in the U.S., just announced that it will be hosting its clients and vendor partners in a private chalet at the BMW Golf Championship at Medinah Country Club, Medinah, Ill. Aug. 15-18. Guest amenities include:
• All-day access to the ITsavvy hospitality chalet on the 18th green
• A premium bar
• Access to idyllic Medinah Country Club

ITsavvy President and CEO Mike Theriault said, “While we value every single client, this is one way of saying thanks to our clients and partners. ITsavvy has a long history with Medinah Country Club, so this was a perfect opportunity for everyone to experience a world-class golf tournament at, what we believe is, one of the most beautiful settings in the Midwest.”
ITsavvy chose the best chalet location on the golf course so that clients and vendor partners will have a premier experience. The ITsavvy chalet size is the largest available for this event.
Guests will have a close-up view of the top 70 players in the world such as Brooks Koepka, Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods at this penultimate event of the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup Playoffs.
“ITsavvy has gone from an exciting start-up to a truly world-class player in the technology industry,” Theriault said. “Hosting our clients and vendors, many of whom have been with us since the beginning, is our way of saying thank you for the part they have played in our incredible success. Our only regret was that we just didn’t have the space to invite as many clients as we would have liked. Fortunately there will be many other opportunities to show our appreciation.”
Since 2007, the BMW Championship has donated more than $28 million to the Evans Scholars Foundation, named in honor of legendary golfer Charles “Chick” Evans. That funding helps provide scholarships to hundreds of deserving, hard-working caddies. Currently, 985 Evans Scholars are attending 18 universities coast to coast; a total of more than 10,830 caddies have graduated as Evans Scholars—with the average value of an Evans Scholarship at $120,000.
The BMW Championship runs from Aug.13-18.
ITsavvy is a leader in tailored, end-to-end IT product and service solutions. ITsavvy built its reputation as a value-added reseller with industry-leading product availability, design and implementation, client support and delivery speed through 46 distribution centers across the U.S. ITsavvy also has data center locations in Cedar Knolls, N.J. and Oak Brook, Ill. The company’s user-friendly website provides concise, leading-edge IT decision-making resources, including an e-commerce site with real-time pricing and availability. ITsavvy is headquartered in Addison, Ill., with offices in Chicago’s Loop; Hauppauge, N.Y.; New York, N.Y.; Naples, Fla.; Miami; Indianapolis; Warren, N.J.; Davenport, Iowa; Hayward, Calif.; and Beavercreek, Ohio. Call 855.ITsavvy (855.487.2889), email, visit Visit ITsavvy’s Media Center at For media inquiries, contact Jeanna Van Rensselar at Smart PR Communications; 630-363-8081. Full release at:

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Nonprofit Leaders Inspired, Connected at Tampa Bay Charity Coalition Luncheon

Nonprofit leaders at a bi-monthly Charity Coalition Luncheon on July 27th. Held at the Fort Harrison religious retreat, the Charity Coalition offers representatives of nonprofits the opportunity to meet and work together on similar goals.

Everything that has ever changed the world started with one person. You may think you are just one person, but one person can make a big difference.”

— Raul Arias Perez, human rights advocate

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA, July 31, 2019 / — On Wednesday, July 27th, the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization hosted a bi-monthly meeting of the Tampa Bay Charity Coalition in the Fort Harrison’s Crystal Ballroom, downtown Clearwater. Over six dozen Tampa Bay nonprofit representatives networked, learned about one of the charities and heard from Raul Arias Perez on his fight against human trafficking in Mexico.

Nonprofits present included Pinellas Police Athletics League (PAL), youth mentorship program TAG-IN and The Butterfly Effect of Golf. Clemence Chevrot, Community Affairs Director for the Church of Scientology in Clearwater and event MC, welcomed guests.

“We established the Charity Coalition five years ago to bring nonprofits together and contribute a community-oriented force for good in Tampa Bay,” said Ms. Chevrot. “By survey, we found that people decide to volunteer for or donate to a charity because the cause matters to them or the charity’s event sounded like fun, but most of all, because of the rewarding feeling you get when you help.”

To give an example of this, Ms. Chevrot welcomed Ms. Joanie Sigal, Chairwoman of the Clearwater Community Volunteers (CCV) Fashions with Flair Fashion Show. Ms. Sigal is a long-time Clearwater-area volunteer who sits on the boards of several nonprofits, including the Clearwater Jazz Holiday. Ms. Sigal spoke about how rewarding it has been to help CCV raise more than $200,000 over the past 15 years to provide underprivileged youth with food and toys.

Mr. Arias shared his story of the national campaign he created to combat human trafficking in Mexico. He knew he had to do something after hearing from parents whose daughter became a human trafficking victim. Since then he has been educating millions on the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights through the Youth for Human Rights program. One result of his campaign was to change the constitution of a Mexican State to allow for greater consideration of human rights.

Arias encouraged the audience to keep moving forward with their missions. He said, “Everything that has ever changed the world started with one person. You may think you are just one person, but one person can make a big difference.”

A speed networking segment followed wherein attendees had one minute to exchange as many business cards as possible. A few guests commented that they made more new contacts in one minute than in a whole week.

The next Charity Coalition function will be its 5th Anniversary Banquet on the 14th of September in the Fort Harrison’s auditorium. To attend or find out more about the Charity Coalition please contact Clemence Chevrot at (727) 467-6860 or

About the Church of Scientology:

The Scientology religion was founded by humanitarian and philosopher, L. Ron Hubbard. The first Church of Scientology was formed in the United States in 1954 and has expanded to more than 11,000 churches, missions and affiliated groups, with millions of members in 167 nations. Based on L. Ron Hubbard's words, "A community that pulls together can make a better society for all," the Church of Scientology regularly engages in many humanitarian programs and community events. To learn more, visit

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HouseMaster Recognizes 3 Gainesville Area Real Estate Professionals with 2019 Century Club Award

Team Dynamo receiving their award

Real estate veterans in community receive award for their commitment to exceptional service and professionalism

GAINESVILLE, FL, USA, July 31, 2019 / — HouseMaster Home Inspections serving Gainesville, Florida (known as HouseMaster GatorNation), recently presented three real estate businesses in the region with the company’s Century Club Award, which recognizes real estate service providers for their integrity and commitment to service while working with their customers and clients. Matt Peck, the owner of HouseMaster GatorNation, presented the awards to each professional.

Those honored include:

** Team Dynamo (Craig Wilburn), Keller Williams. For more than 15 years, Craig Wilburn, the Founder of Team Dynamo, has advanced in the real estate market in Gainesville by leading his team to over 1,300 units and over $303 million in transactions in the greater Gainesville area. He has spoken in dozens of cities about real estate, earning the title of Gainesville’s Number 1 People’s Choice for Real Estate, and gaining the award of top selling real estate team at Keller Williams Gainesville Realty. Team Dynamo received HouseMaster GatorNation’s top referring agent award in 2016.

** Tina Yakel, TY Realty of North Florida. For 16 years, Tina Yankel has served as a premier real estate agent in Gainesville, She works with buyers and sellers in Gainesville, Newberry, Alachua, Archer/High Springs, Micanopy and the surrounding areas and has had extensive training in the latest real estate marketing strategies. She won HouseMaster GatorNation’s top referring agent award in both 2017 and 2018.

** Team Cindy Birk & Jim Doxey, Coldwell Banker. Cindy Birk and Jim Doxey have more than 30 years of combined experience as real estate agents in the Gainesville area. Cindy's customer testimonials focus on her enthusiasm, dedication, and communication skills. Her goal is to make them feel they are her only customer. Cindy Birk sells $20 million or more annually, with a consistent 98% list to sales price. She is also the only Realtor in the Alachua County Association of Realtors who has achieved membership in the Million Dollar Guild, an exclusive group of international agents who have sold $1M plus properties in the past two years. She received HouseMaster GatorNation’s top referring agent award in 2015. Jim Doxey’s humble beginnings gave him the drive to be one of the hardest working Realtors in Gainesville. After serving in the armed forces, Jim Doxey started his real estate career working full time in property management while earning a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Florida. He has spent more than 20 years helping people find homes in the Gainesville area.

“We have worked with these agents on hundreds of transactions — we love that they go above and beyond what is needed for their buyers and sellers,” said Matt Peck, the owner of HouseMaster GatorNation. “It’s an honor to recognize all of them for their achievements.”

HouseMaster GatorNation is part of a 40 year franchise tradition of offering the most trusted inspections in the industry. Peck is a leader in his community and throughout the HouseMaster franchise system.

“On behalf of the entire organization, we want to congratulate this entire group of real estate professionals on their success and achievements,” said HouseMaster President and CEO Kathleen Kuhn

For more information contact Matt Peck at 352-472-5552 or

About HouseMaster:
Founded in 1979 and Headquartered in Somerville, N.J., HouseMaster is the oldest and one of the largest home inspection companies in North America. With more than 320 franchised areas throughout the U.S. and Canada, HouseMaster is the most respected name in home inspections. For 40 years, HouseMaster has built upon a foundation of solid leadership and innovation with a continued focus on delivering the highest quality service experience to their customers and providing HouseMaster franchisees the tools and support necessary to do so. Each HouseMaster franchise is an independently owned and operated business. HouseMaster is a registered trademark of HM Services, LLC.

For more information please visit or call 732-469-6565.

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San Diego Based “National Autopsy Experts, LLC” Sued for Consumer Fraud and Elder Abuse

Anthony R. Martin, age 69 and disabled, paid $4,650 for "expert" autopsy services to determine his wife's "cause of death", but got nothing but lies and excuses

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2019 / — In a Complaint filed July 24, 2019, San Diego based National Autopsy Experts, LLC and its chief executive Julia McGrath are charged with violations of California’s Consumer Legal Remedies Act, Elder Abuse, Fraud, and Breach of Contract in connection with a contract to provide expert autopsy and toxicology analysis to determine the cause of death of plaintiff’s deceased wife.

Plaintiff, the Rev. Anthony R. Martin, Sr., age 69, is retired from the U.S. Marine Corps, and suffers from multiple physical and mental disabilities. In August of 2018 he hired National Autopsy Experts, LLC for their advertised “expert” autopsy and toxicology services, but they failed to provide timely results and kept making excuses and asking for his patience. When his daughter lodged a complaint with the Better Business Bureau in January of 2019, National Autopsy Experts, LLC responded to claim they were still working on trying to get results, and they said they had warned plaintiff it was a "high risk" matter. They never did provide any results or reports, and the Rev. Martin finally hired legal counsel to file suit in San Diego Superior Court.

The Complaint alleges that National Autopsy Experts, LLC and Julia McGrath are incompetent and knew from the outset they were unable to provide the “expert” services they contracted and promised to provide. It further alleges how, after taking inadequate tissue samples from the exhumed body of Betty Martin on August 9, 2018, National Autopsy Experts, LLC and Julia McGrath did nothing for more than 3 months, and when plaintiff began asking for the results, in December of 2018, National Autopsy Experts, LLC and Julia McGrath repeatedly lied and and attempted to hide their incompetence and deceit.

The Lawsuit is filed in California Superior Court in San Diego, and captioned “Rev. Anthony R. Martin, Sr. v. National Autopsy Experts, LLC, a California Limited Liability Company, and Julia McGrath, an individual, and DOES 1-25”. It is Case No. 37-2019-00038385, and is a matter of public record which can be viewed and downloaded from the Court’s “Register of Actions” website, at:

For more information Contact attorney Stephen Lux directly at (619)500-6589 or through Gehres Law Group at (858) 964-2314

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