AIRLINES UPBEAT ABOUT U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS, TOURISM CHIEF REPORTS

Commissioner Designee Joseph Boschulte with Ben Brookman, Vice President of Network Planning and Revenue Management of Sun Country Airlines.

Commissioner Designee Boschulte (right) meets with Andrew Bonney, Cape Air’s Senior Vice President of Planning.

Commissioner Designee Joseph Boschulte met up with LIAT’s Scheduling Manager Jabari Jemmott (left) and Chief Commercial Officer Audra Walker.

QUEBEC CITY, CANADA, February 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism reports that airlines serving the Territory are satisfied with their route performance and some are looking forward to increasing capacity to the islands in the months ahead.

Speaking at the conclusion of the 12th Routes Americas conference in Québec, Commissioner Designee Joseph Boschulte said the conference presented the destination with an opportunity to update airline partners on the progress the islands have made since the hurricanes of 2017. Airline executives were especially interested in learning of the reopening of several hotels as well as the uptick in Airbnb accommodations and villa rentals across the Territory as part of the wider accommodations landscape in the Virgin Islands.

"We also had an opportunity to speak about our larger accommodations properties which are expected to come back on line later this year as well as next year," the Commissioner Designee reported, explaining that as the destination positions itself for the next winter season, "at a minimum, we must maintain pre-hurricane airlift into both St. Thomas and St. Croix."

During the three-day route development forum for the Americas, the Commissioner Designee met with carriers currently serving the Territory, including American Airlines, Cape Air, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, LIAT, Spirit Airlines and United Airlines, and held discussions with Sun Country Airlines about its potential return from Minneapolis. He also connected with Allegiant and Southwest Airlines to begin the dialogue about potential future airlift development.

"This was an extremely important and cost-effective meeting to connect with so many airline partners," said the Commissioner Designee, who, along with fellow conference delegates, was subjected to sub-zero temperatures and back-to-back winter storms during his travels. "It was important to be here because our competition is here … and in order to be an effective player in the tourism space in 2019, you have to be visible and you have to promote why people should choose to visit the U.S. Virgin Islands over any other place in the world."

Routes Americas connects senior decision makers from the region's leading airlines, airports and tourism authorities to discuss new market opportunities and the evolution of existing services, and encourages the building of high-value relationships with some of the most influential aviation professionals from across the region.

The Commissioner Designee said the Department of Tourism plans to embark on a strategy to drive greater business from cities in the Midwest region of the United States, including Chicago and Minneapolis, and will update the industry and the community on strong capacity scheduled for the destination over the summer, from cities such as Atlanta, Houston, New York and Washington, D.C.

About the U.S. Virgin Islands
For more information about the United States Virgin Islands, go to VisitUSVI.com, follow us on Instagram ( @visitusvi) and become a fan on Facebook ( www.facebook.com/VisitUSVI). When traveling to the U.S. Virgin Islands, U.S. citizens enjoy all the conveniences of domestic travel – including on-line check-in – making travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands easier than ever. As a United States Territory, travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands does not require a passport from U.S. citizens arriving from Puerto Rico or the U.S. mainland. Entry requirements for non-U.S. citizens are the same as for entering the United States from any foreign destination. Upon departure, a passport is required for all but U.S. citizens.

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Source: United States Virgin Islands Department of Tourism

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Family law attorney Janet Reed reviews NC case about proper parties and venue where a juvenile suffered abuse

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Janet Pittman Reed lawyer in North Carolina

Janet Reed Attorney in North Carolina

Janet Reed Attorney in North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed lawyer in North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed lawyer in North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed, based in North Carolina, has published a case comment on "In the matter of: A.P.", involving determination of proper parties and venue

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The Supreme Court noted that the fundamental principle underlying North Carolina’s approach to controversies involving child neglect is that the best interest of the child is the polar star”

— Janet Pittman Reed, lawyer in North Carolina

JACKSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Attorney Janet Reed, based in North Carolina, has published a new case comment on proper parties and venue in a case involving a juvenile. The complete comment will be published on her Blog at https://janetreedesq.blogspot.com/

Ms. Reed explains that "In re: A.P." is a case about a juvenile named A.P. who was born on August 2, 2015. When A.P. was two months old, A.P.’s mother was committed to a mental health facility in Mecklenburg County. Prior to her commitment, the mother was living in a group home located in Cabarrus County. While in the mental health facility, A.P.’s mother met with a social worker from Cabarrus County Department of Human Services and expressed an intention to move into her grandfather’s home with A.P. upon her release from the mental health facility. During the mother’s commitment, A.P. was placed with the mother’s case worker from the group home, who resided in Rowan County. Cabarrus County transferred the case to Mecklenburg County, where the grandfather resided.

On November 25, 2015, Mecklenburg County received report of a concerning situation and found the mother living in unacceptable conditions with A.P. and the mother was alleged to have used drugs. The mother agreed to place A.P. back with the case worker in Rowan County. Subsequently, the case worker informed Mecklenburg County that she could no longer care for A.P. and Mecklenburg County “filed a juvenile petition with the District Court in Mecklenburg County alleging that A.P. was a neglected and dependent juvenile.” District Court granted the petition.

The mother objected to the petition based on the argument that Mecklenburg County “lacked standing to file the juvenile petition under the relevant provisions of the Juvenile Code, and therefore, the trial court lacked subject matter jurisdiction to hear the case.” On appeal, “[t]he Court of Appeals held that [Mecklenburg County] lacked standing because it was not the proper party to file the juvenile petition under N.C.G.S. § 7B-401.1(a), and it vacated the trial court’s order on that basis.” N.C.G.S. § 7B-401.1(a) provides that “[o]nly a county director of social services or the director’s authorized representative may file a petition alleging that a juvenile is abused, neglected, or dependent”. Further, N.C.G.S. § 7B-400(a) provides that “[a] proceeding in which a juvenile is alleged to be abused, neglected, or dependent may be commenced in the district in which the juvenile resides or is present”.

The North Carolina Supreme Court explained that “this rigid interpretation of isolated provisions in the Juvenile Code is unsupported by the whole of the statutory text and creates jurisdictional requirements beyond those which the legislature intended to impose.” “When read holistically with other provisions in the Juvenile Code, the statutory sections governing ‘[p]arties,’ N.C.G.S. § 7B-401.1(a), and ‘[v]enue,’ id. § 7B-400(a), do not mandate dismissal of the juvenile petition in this case. Although subsection 7B-401.1(a) states that ‘[o]nly a county director of social services or the director’s authorized representative may file a petition alleging that a juvenile is abused, neglected, or dependent,’ the statute does not identify which county director of social services must file the petition. Nor does the statute limit the class of proper petitioners to only a subset of county directors of social services.” (internal citation omitted). The Court explained that this contrasted with how “[t]hroughout the Juvenile Code, the legislature intentionally differentiates between references to a director of a department of social services and a particular director of a department of social services.” The Supreme Court also noted that it’s decision “is guided and supported by our oft-recited recognition that ‘the fundamental principle underlying North Carolina’s approach to controversies involving child neglect and custody [is] that the best interest of the child is the polar star.’” The case is In the matter of: A.P., No. 145PA17.

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Mike Brandner Injury Attorneys Now Reviews 3M Dual-Ended Combat Arms™ Earplugs Cases Linked to Hearing Loss in Veterans

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Mike Brandner Injury Attorneys is prepared to pursue individual compensation claims for Veterans suffering hearing loss due to 3M’s defective earplugs.

U.S. Veterans who were issued defective 3M Dual-Ended Combat Arms™ Earplugs, and suffered permanent hearing loss need to know they have the legal right to seek compensation for their injuries. ”

— Mike Brandner, ESQ.

NEW ORLEANS, LA, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Mike Brandner Injury Attorneys announced that their Louisiana law firm now reviews 3M Company (3M) Dual-Ended Combat Arms™ Earplugs, Version 2, injury claims on behalf of U.S. military veterans seeking compensation for permanent hearing loss and/or tinnitus and other damages due to alleged product defects. Individual civil lawsuit claims for compensation must be filed as none of the $9.1 million settlement 3M recently agreed to pay the United States Department of Justice (DOJ)—to resolve allegations of supplying the U.S. Military defective earplugs between 2003 to 2011—will be distributed directly to military personnel who suffered permanent hearing loss and/or tinnitus.
3M Company Agrees to Pay $9.1 Million to Resolve Allegations

In a recent settlement agreement with the United States Department of Justice, 3M agreed to pay $9.1 million to resolve allegations that the company knowingly sold defective earplugs to the U.S. military. The case settlement was brought in a lawsuit filed under the qui tam, or whistleblower, provisions of the False Claims Act and is captioned United States ex rel. Moldex-Metric v. 3M Company, Case No. 3:16-cv-1533-MBS (D.S.C.).

What is noteworthy about the lawsuit settlement is that the amount recovered only offsets government financial losses, not hearing loss damages suffered by U.S. Veterans. Furthermore, the case only settles allegations and does not state any liability.

Legal Help for Veterans Who Suffered Hearing Loss

Military personnel who served between 2003-2015, were issued 3M Dual-Ended Combat Arms™ Earplugs, Version 2, and now suffer from permanent hearing loss and/or tinnitus are invited to contact Mike Brandner Injury Attorneys for a free case evaluation. As time restrictions may apply, it’s best to seek legal counsel in pursuit of compensation for hearing loss and other damages as soon as possible. Call (504) 345-1111 today, or submit an 3M earplug case review form online now.

Mike Brandner wants U.S. veterans who were put at risk of injury to know that they have the right to seek compensation for permanent hearing loss. ”Veterans of our United States armed forces shouldn’t have had to worry about being put at risks of injury from a U.S. based manufacturer while defending our country. I want them to know that they do have the right to seek justice and seek compensation to help ensure their long-term quality of life is not overlooked. That is why my legal team is prepared to pursue individual compensation claims for those suffering hearing loss and other damages due to 3M’s defective earplugs.”

More About Mike Brandner Injury Attorneys

Mike Brandner Injury Attorneys has successfully represented victims from a variety of backgrounds with lawsuits against large insurance companies, Fortune 500 companies, large corporations, condominium associations, labor unions, and more involving injuries related to traffic accidents, defective products, workplace accidents, maritime accidents, railroad accidents (FELA), and other accidents. Find out more about Mike Brandner and his team of Louisiana personal injury attorneys online at MikeBrandner.com or by calling (504) 345-1111. You can also interact with the law firm by connecting with them on Twitter and Facebook.

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Business Attorney Richard A. Kranitz publishes comment on the issue of arbitration clauses in business agreements

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In Midwest Neurosciences Associates, the Wisconsin Supreme Court reviewed whether a dispute should be arbitrated and contemplated the parties' intent

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In Midwest Neurosciences Associates, the Wisconsin Supreme Court noted that only those disputes that the parties have agreed to so submit to arbitration are relegated to proceed in that forum”

— Richard A. Kranitz, business attorney in Wisconsin

GRAFTON, WISCONSIN, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Richard A. Kranitz, in a newly published comment, reviews the issue of arbitration clauses in business agreements. The full comment will be published on his Blog at https://richardkranitzblog.blogspot.com/

Mr. Kranitz explains that, in a recent decision of the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, the Court considered whether a dispute should be arbitrated where the original operating agreement contained an arbitration clause, but the subsequent agreement did not.

In 2015, three doctors, acting through their own legal entities were members of Midwest Neurosciences Associates, LLC (hereinafter “Midwest”). “[O]n August 1, 2005, the parties at issue executed an Operating Agreement which modified a previous operating agreement of August, 2002 so to admit, among others, Dr. Pannu to Midwest. Dr. Pannu executed the Operating Agreement as President of Great Lakes and also signed a personal guaranty for the obligations of Great Lakes. The Operating Agreement contains the arbitration clause at issue.” On March 6, 2006, Dr. Pannu signed the Ancillary Restrictive Covenant that addressed covenant not to compete. “The Ancillary Restrictive Covenant, however, did not specifically incorporate by reference Section 13.7, the arbitration section, of the Operating Agreement.”

The members of Midwest decided to dissolve the LLC in 2015 and dispute arose over whether during the negotiation, parties entered into the Redemption Agreement, which among other things, voided the non-compete provision. Eventually, Midwest and one of the doctor’s entity, NEA, sued Dr. Pannu and his entity, Great Lakes Neurosurgical Associates, LLC. “Before a responsive pleading was filed, Midwest and NEA moved to stay the proceedings and compel arbitration in accordance with Section 13.7 of the Operating Agreement. Midwest and NEA argued that the Operating Agreement was the governing contract between the parties and that Section 13.7 within that agreement unambiguously required the parties to arbitrate violations of Section 8.13 of the Operating Agreement and the Ancillary Restrictive Covenant.” Dr. Pannu filed a responsive pleading asserting that the Redemption Agreement was a valid agreement and thus voided the Operating Agreement and the Ancillary Restrictive Covenant.

“On March 16, 2016, the circuit court issued a written order granting Great Lakes and Dr. Pannu's motion and declaring that the Redemption Agreement was a valid contract. The court determined that as of March 31, 2015, the Operating Agreement and the non-compete provisions of the Ancillary Restrictive Covenant were invalid, unenforceable and/or inapplicable to Great Lakes and Dr. Pannu. The order also denied Midwest and NEA's motion to stay the action and compel arbitration.” Midwest and NEA appealed.

“On December 20, 2017, the court of appeals issued its decision concluding that the ‘determinative question is whether the circuit court erred by not ordering the parties to submit their dispute to arbitration.’ The court of appeals held ‘that the question of whether the arbitration clause was superseded should have been submitted to arbitration.’ As such, the court of appeals declined to address the multiple other issues that Midwest and NEA raised on appeal and reversed and remanded, instructing the circuit court to grant Midwest and NEA's motion to compel arbitration.” (internal citations omitted).

Wisconsin Supreme Court provided a general overview of the principles governing arbitration clauses and noted that “[c]onsequently, only those disputes that the parties have agreed to so submit to arbitration are relegated to proceed in that forum. A court should order arbitration ‘only where the court is satisfied that neither the formation of the parties' arbitration agreement nor (absent a valid provision specifically committing such disputes to an arbitrator) its enforceability or applicability to the dispute is in issue.’” (internal citations omitted).

Noting the various conflicting provisions amongst the Operating Agreement, the Ancillary Restrictive Covenant, and the Redemption Agreement, Wisconsin Supreme Court concluded that “[d]ue to the foregoing, Midwest and NEA failed to demonstrate ‘clear and unmistakable’ intent to arbitrate. Thus, the question of whether the parties agreed to arbitrate must, in this instance, be decided by the circuit court.” The case is Midwest Neurosciences Associates, LLC v. Great Lakes Neurosurgical Associates, LLC, 2018 WI 112.

About Richard A. Kranitz

Richard Kranitz is an experienced attorney and business consultant in the areas of corporate, securities and tax planning for corporations, partnerships, joint ventures, limited liability companies, multi-unit enterprises, and a variety of different non-profit entities. In addition, he has counseled their owners and executives in compensation planning, estate plans, and asset protection.

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George H. W. Bush Reception to Honor Funeral Volunteers at Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa

A reception hosted by the Office of George H. W. Bush to say thanks to the funeral volunteers and partners who worked on President Bush’s funeral services.

HOUSTON, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Presidents’ Day, Monday, February 18, 2019
Reception to Thank Funeral Volunteers & Event Partners

Interview Opportunities: Jean Becker, Chief of Staff, President George H. W. Bush David Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Bush Presidential Library Foundation

The reception hosted by the Office of George H. W. Bush to express thanks to the many funeral volunteers and event partners who worked on President Bush’s funeral in Houston, the 4141 train and burial service in College Station. Stories will be told, some of the Bushes favorite foods will be served, hugs and heartfelt thanks will be given.

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WHO: Office of George H. W. Bush

WHAT: Reception Office of George H. W. Bush Expresses Thanks to Funeral Volunteers & Event Partners

WHEN: Presidents’ Day, Monday, February 18, 2019 5:00 p.m. Forest Ballroom Foyer Interview Opportunities: Jean Becker, Chief of Staff, President George H. W. Bush David Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Bush Presidential Library Foundation What is next to honor the legacy of President and Mrs. George H. W. Bush

5:15 p.m. Houstonian Hotel Lobby
Guest arrival Forest Ballroom Foyer
Interviews with key guests (5:30-7:00 p.m. Reception is private)

WHERE: The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa
111 North Post Oak Lane
Houston, TX 77024 Complimentary valet parking for media provided.

WHY: Reception hosted by the Office of George H. W. Bush to express thanks to the many funeral volunteers and event partners who worked on President Bush’s funeral in Houston, the 4141 train and burial service in College Station. Stories will be told, some of the Bushes favorite foods will be served, hugs and heartfelt thanks will be given.

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Vitamins are Like Engine Oil – Dr. Scott W. Tunis Explains

If your engine oil is a little low, you won’t even know it. There’s no warning light. If your body is low in essential vitamins, you won't feel it either.

WILMINGTON, NC, USA, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — You are supposed to operate your engine with the oil level on the FULL mark. If your engine oil is a little low, you won’t even know it. Your car will start up. There’s no warning light. You drive to the grocery store just fine.

But if you take that car to a race track and push it to its limits, that’s a different story. It will run rough. It will run slow. Eventually, if it’s a long race, it will just quit.

If your body is a low on essential vitamins, you probably won’t feel that either. Off to work you go every morning. You feel fine.

What about during the last 3 miles of a long run? Or at the end of a marathon? You already know what that feels like. Do you think your performance will be affected if you are deficient in essential vitamins? Too late to drink vitamin water, that’s for sure.

You’ve trained for months, you’ve sweat blood and tears, and you’ve sacrificed time with family and friends all to be a runner. Does your metabolic engine have 100% of what it needs to function at its best?

You cannot store most essential vitamins in your body more than 24 hours. Like food, you must consume 100% of essential vitamins every day.

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Life & Hope Awards for Humanitarian Medical Service

March 21, 2019, at the Fontainebleau hotel, Miami Beach, over 1000 guests will show gratitude & celebrate ‘Life & Hope Awards for Humanitarian Medical Service’.

Understanding and peace are first fostered by extending a hand and building trust, characteristics that more than any others define the doctor-patient relationship.”

— Friends of Ziv

MIAMI BEACH, MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The inaugural ‘Life & Hope Awards for Humanitarian Medical Service” will be presented on March 21, 2019, at the Iconic Fontainebleau hotel in Miami Beach, Florida.

The gratitude and celebration that these awards represent will be granted in the presence of the highest representatives of the US government, ambassadorial envoys from different countries, some of the most distinguished doctors in America and the continent, religious, civic, business and academic leaders.

Over one thousands of some of the most influential people affecting the direction and values of our society will gather to honor this year:

Dr. Salman Zarka, the Israeli-Druze, director of Israel’s northernmost hospital. A 25 years veteran of the IDF, Dr. Zarka has been one of the architects of Israel’s humanitarian medical assistance to the people of Syria.

Dr. Rafael Gottenger, the Vice-President of the Venezuelan-American Medical Association. A reconstructive surgeon, Dr. Gottenger has partnered in more than 40 missions with Operation Smile. He has volunteered on the USNS Comfort, a hospital ship that docked off the coast of Colombia last year, providing desperately needed medical assistance to Venezuelan refugees.

The Life & Hope Awards will also recognize the work of “Project Brazil, a Sheltering Heart,” launched by “Fraternity Without Borders,” to help Venezuelan refugees crossing to Brazil.

Friends of Ziv Medical Center, a US 501(c)3 non-profit charity, will wrap up its campaign to raise funds to bring medicines and vaccines to Brazil’s northernmost health system. Overwhelmed by the needs of the thousands of Venezuelans, forced to leave their country, medical support for the refugees is a priority. “Ziv for Venezuelan Refugees,” will also join a team of Israeli doctors from Israel’s northernmost hospital offering their support to local institutions.

The Black and Tie Gala features:
• a celebrity red carpet,
• reception, and dinner, along with
• awards presentation and
• an inspiring, innovative, interactive, entertainment, involving guests and performers.

Three million Venezuelans, one in 12, have been compelled to pack up their lives and leave their homes, or face certain death, due to lack of food and medical attention.

Venezuela’s neighboring countries are overwhelmed by Venezuelan refugees arriving to their border seeking care, not available in their own country. The flow of Venezuelan refugees has been described as one of the most massive forced displacements in Western Hemisphere; the worst humanitarian crisis in Latin America’s modern history.

Friends of Ziv Medical Center is asking you to join in bringing teams of doctors and medicines, including vaccines, to support public health facilities in Colombian and Brazilian border regions providing medical assistance to the refugees. Please Visit: https://www.friendsofziv.org/ziv-for-venezuela/

To partake in this international cause and efforts:
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3/ Send a donation that will help: https://www.friendsofziv.org/donate/
4/ Tell your family, friends, colleagues about this event.

Friends of Ziv Medical Center, in Florida Board of Directors:
Rabbi Moshe Pitchon, President
Ms. Nurit Greenger, Secretary
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Jared Goetz Offers Tips on Building Customer Loyalty

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Building client relationships that last is a difficult task in the digital era. Jared Goetz offers tips for growing customer relationships that stick.

BOCA RATON, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ —
With a decorated background in e-commerce, expert Jared Goetz continues to build seven-figure Shopify stores and lecture at conferences around the world on growing your business and platform.

“Retaining customers is one of the most important investments you can make as a small business owner,” explained Jared Goetz. “If your company is only focused on selling a product and not retaining customer loyalty, you’ll lose in the long run.”

Having worked with clients around the globe, Goetz is quick to remind businesses to focus on having a robust customer service platform that keeps customers engaged, happy, and coming back for more.

More than ever, you’ll see companies quickly responding to complaints, offering free replacements and trying to understand what their target audience is looking for in a product and in customer service. When there are a million different companies to choose from, customers aren’t only considering pricing now, they are also considering speed and customer service as value propositions.

If you do not retain customers early on, you can lose upwards of 20-30% of your annual profits on the backend. Great companies like Apple and Google understand this, which is why they regularly send out detailed surveys to customers to understand exactly what they are looking for, and how they can continually improve upon their products.

“If your customers feel like you are listening to them, and adding more and more value as you grow your company, they will be more likely to stick with you, even through growing pains,” explained Goetz. “Customers want to feel connected to something, and offering them a chance to voice their opinion is a great place to start.”

Another tip that Jared Goetz recommends is creating customers that are product evangelists. Word of mouth is still the best form of advertising and when you build a deep relationship with your target audience and customers, you’ll give them plenty of reason to keep coming back for more and invest in your company as well.

If you can build a relationship with your existing customers that extend far beyond good customer service, and they become fans of your brand and your company, they will carry your business to new heights and audiences you could never reach on your own.

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Never Stop Moving with Oxxiom for Sports and Aviation

Oxxiom for Sports and Aviation measures SpO2, PR and PI during exercise.

RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, CA, USA, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Professional athletes, coaches, personal trainers, and amateur athletes have always wondered what is the best way to measure oxygen saturation, pulse rate and perfusion index levels while exercising. Pulse oximeters currently in the market allow athletes to take these measurements, but they are bulky, only work on the finger, and require the complete interruption of the physical activity for the measurements to be taken. Oxxiom for Sports and Aviation for iOS devices is the only pulse oximeter that allows athletes and sports enthusiasts to measure SpO2, PR, and PI in real-time, continuously, while exercising. Oxxiom for Sports and Aviation is small and lightweight, works uninterruptedly for 24 hours, and can be placed not only on the finger but also on the forehead or behind the ear, keeping hands completely free. Athletes can expand their fitness levels by tracking their SpO2, PR, and PI while exercising, on the iOS device of their choice. Oxxiom for Sports and Aviation uses Bluetooth technology, and no internet connection is required in order to take measurements.

Oxxiom is currently being sold at www.truewearables.com or Amazon.com. The Oxxiom for Sports and Aviation app can be downloaded from Apple’s App Store. For more information about Oxxiom for Sports and Aviation, please visit www.truewearables.com

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Joe Cotton, Editor of Cotton's Technically Speaking, Picks Alibaba for the 2019 Wall Street Best's Stock Picking Contest

Award Winning Stock Picker, Joe Cotton, Publisher of "Cotton's Technically Speaking" Chooses Alibaba for the 2019 Wall Street's Best Stock Picking Contest.

COVINGTON, KENTUCKY, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Joe won the 2016 Wall Street’s Best Dividend Stock Contest in 2016 with his pick American Midstream Partners (AMID) for a 1-Year Return of 118.50%

In the 2017 Wall Street’s Best Equity Contest, Joe came in Second with his pick YY, Inc. (YY) for a 109% 1-Year Return.

He also won the 2012 Dick Davis Digest Dividend Stock Contest with his pick Marathon Petroleum (MPC) for a 1-Year Return of 97%. The Dick Davis Digest contest was taken over by Wall Street’s Best Investments, which is sponsored by Cabot Wealth Management.

Alibaba Group Holding, Ltd. (Stock Symbol BABA), which is Joe’s pick for the 2019 Wall Street’s Best Equity Contest, closed at $137.07 on December 31, 2018.

Joe maintains that Alibaba (BABA) is the Amazon.com of China, a huge company with a Market Cap of 339 Billion. It is an online and mobile marketing company with online platforms in retail and whole wholesale, and is also a leader in Cloud Computing, and Digital Media & Entertainment.

Earnings estimates for the fiscal year ending 3/29/19 are $5.21 per share with a Price Earnings Ratio of 25.31.The earnings estimate for the fiscal year ending 3/29/20 is $6.73 per share with a PE Ratio of only 19.59.

Joe stated that he thought the stock was a real bargain at the December 31, 3018 closing price of $137.07, and he said that he expected the stock to be up at least 50% within the next 6 months.

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