Remodels, New Construction and Other Happenings this Summer in the Old Mill District

Old Mill Rooftop Deck plan drawing

New rooftop deck is coming to the Old Mill District.

Bend, Oregon shopping, dining and entertainment district news and happenings

BEND, OR, USA, June 25, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Several businesses in the Old Mill District will undergo remodels over the next few weeks and months, alongside the addition of new outdoor gathering spaces in the area. Some of the construction work will result in several short business closures and/or relocations.

•Bath & Body Works will be closed from July 1-4 while they move to a temporary space at 450 SW Powerhouse Drive, just down the street from their existing location next to Grafletics. The store will operate from the temporary space from July 4 through late September while their primary location is completely remodeled.

•Anthony’s at The Old Mill has created a new sliding wall feature in its bar area, which allows for an indoor-outdoor dining experience for visitors. Direct from Gonzales Farms strawberries are the seasonal specialty right now and featured in cocktails, sauces and desserts.

•Rideshare pick-up/drop-off, a new formal location near the Les Schwab Amphitheater for users of Lyft and other taxi services. The covered area is located across the flag pedestrian bridge to the southwest, adjacent to the Hampton Inn.

•Hilton Garden Inn is currently renovating all of its guest rooms, restaurant, lobby and facilities. The hotel remains open during construction and the new elegant and modern remodel is expected to be complete by mid-August.

•Ginger’s Kitchenware has recently brought in a new in-store olive oil and balsamic vinegar tasting bar. Using glass containers that can be reused, patrons can now try a wide variety of amounts and flavors of these staple cooking products at home. Some even work to make sipping vinegars.

•New patios at Hola, Kona Mix Grill, Ben & Jerry’s and Boxwood Kitchen that include awnings, planter boxes and extended seating options.

•New rooftop deck will be added above Strictly Organic coffee, which all visitors to the Old Mill District will be able to use and access from the second level. It is slated to be open in September.

•American Eagle will be closed for remodeling for ten days starting September 23, 2019. The store is installing new maple wood floors and replacing existing entryway tile, installing new shelves and store fixtures and completing several other maintenance activities. They expect to be open for business as usual in early October.

About the Old Mill District
One of the Pacific Northwest’s most distinctive and dynamic mixed-use developments, the Old Mill District is located on 270 acres that formerly housed one of the largest sawmill operations in the world. The rich history of the land is coupled with spectacular mountain views, scenic river vistas and an extensive trail system to enjoy the outdoors. More than 55 local, regional and national retailers and businesses call the Old Mill District home. Bend’s Old Mill District – the most unique shopping, dining, living, and entertainment experience in the region. www.oldmilldistrict.com

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Reliabilityweb.com Welcomes the Association of Asset Management Professionals Chapter in Quito, Ecuador

New AMP Chapter in Quito, Ecuador

The AMP Ecuador Chapter actively seeks to reinforce the culture and application of best practices in asset management in Ecuadorian industry

FORT MYERS, FL, US, June 25, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Reliabilityweb.com® and the Association of Asset Management Professionals (AMP) are pleased to announce that an AMP chapter has opened in Quito, Ecuador, under the leadership of Luis Alberto Tilleria and Carlos Sanita.

Ecuador is a country with considerable industry, but there is a need to improve its competitiveness and profitability, as well as the safety of its industrial processes. A fundamental pillar contributing to these objectives is asset management, and value will be added to processes and industry as the culture and practices of asset management develop in Ecuador.

Thanks to AMP, the Ecuador Chapter has started with the participation of committed and motivated professionals from various industries including oil and gas, energy, manufacturing, food and beverage, education and consultancy, textiles, information technology, road construction, and engineering.

The first meeting of the Ecuador Chapter, with participation by Reliabilityweb.com’s Terrence O’Hanlon and Maura Abad via Skype, saw the selection of Luis Alberto Tilleria as Chair and Carlos Sanita as Vice-Chair. The vision of AMP was set out for all members, and participation in chapter events and forums was encouraged. Each member discussed relevant activities within the context of their own functions, and internal work groups were designated. Members observed that a detailed AMP strategic plan was needed, as well as plans for marketing and communications. Members also determined that one of the group’s major objectives would be to seek government influence in order to ensure that asset management would become a regulated process, so that value can be added to Ecuadorian industry.

The AMP Ecuador Chapter actively seeks to reinforce the culture and application of best practices in asset management in Ecuadorian industry. This will enable Ecuador to become more competitive within the region. In addition, by enhancing the security and profitability of Ecuadorian industry, employees will achieve a better quality of life.

About the Association of Asset Management Professionals

The Association of Asset Management Professionals, AMP (formerly the Association for Maintenance Professionals), has a mission to create a new era for the practice of maintenance reliability in the context of asset management for organizations to enhance the delivery for the triple bottom line of economic prosperity, environmental sustainability and social responsibility.

AMP offers the Certified Reliability Leader® and Certified Maintenance Manager™ exams. AMP is also the umbrella organization for Women in Reliability and Asset Management (WIRAM).

For more information, please visit www.maintenance.org.

Reliabilityweb.com®, Uptime®, Certified Reliability Leader® and Certified Maintenance Manager™ are the trademarks or registered trademarks of Reliabilityweb, Inc. in the U.S.A. and in several other countries.

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Laura Powell Earns Ayurveda Certification After Years of Coursework

Laura Kathryn Powell Texas

Laura Kathryn Powell Texas

AUSTIN, TEXAS, USA, June 24, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Laura Kathryn Powell, from Austin Texas, is a professional event planner with a passion for yoga and wholesome methods of attaining peace, exercise, and happiness. She earned her Ayurveda certification after many hours of practice and course instruction to professionally apply teachings with clients.

In addition to a vigorous yoga schedule, Laura Powell balances her professional life by practicing Ayurveda, a whole-body system of living. Through this practice, she is able to manage the stress of day-to-day life easier and better prepare for her duties as a professional and as a mother.

Through Ayurveda, observers learn to naturally eat healthy, strengthen their digestive system, and live a more wholesome life. Ayurveda and yoga teachings together can encourage a much healthier state of being than the average individual experiences with increased core strength alongside a range of physical and mental benefits.

She’s learned that combining Ayurveda with yoga is a resourceful tool to rid the body of impurities and achieve a healthier well-being. From that, she says, flows a more peaceful mind, body and spirit. The practice has survived for thousands of years as a holistic form of medicine with millions of people around the world regularly practicing today. By following Ayurveda, people often overcome common illnesses and achieve a happier, more positive life.

After following Ayurveda instruction and discovering real results in her own life, Laura Powell decided to officiate her expertise through a certification course that would prepare her to help others achieve the same wholeness.

“Not all health solutions require expensive medications, especially if people just want to be healthier in general,” says Laura Powell. “With Ayurveda, we learn things like how sleep affects our overall health and how what we put into our bodies will have direct effects on how we feel.”

To earn her certification, Laura Powell spent hundreds of hours in a program where she learned the fundamentals of the approach to wellness and completed required training to work independently with clients. Half of her program was dedicated to presentations and course readings totaling dozens of lessons, which was necessary before moving onto the second and more specialized half of the teachings. Once students completed fundamentals, they enter a period of clinical mentoring where they take on clients in paced and observed teachings.

The program is hands-on and intensive to ensure that each graduate can successfully practice as well as teach Ayurveda to others. It required students like Laura Kathryn Powell to apply practical knowledge of the fundamentals such as diet, sleep patterns, lifestyle choices and more. In addition, they learned about various herbs that can be used to achieve a healthier digestive system and a clearer mind among other benefits.

“As a certified instructor, I use Ayurveda to help others achieve the wholeness and healthy living I’ve achieved,” says Laura Powell. “The course opened my eyes to the health potential in Ayurveda’s teachings, and I’m glad to share what I’ve learned with my clients through tailored instruction.”

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Exclusive Mississippi Paddle Wheeler Cruise – "People on the Great River Road"

American Countess

American Countess

Craig Lesh - Archaelogist

Craig Lesh – Archaelogist

USS Cairo

USS Cairo

Join Archaeology Educator Craig Lesh May 17th – May 24th, 2020 On the Beautiful New Paddle Wheeler "American Countess"

I’m excited about the exclusive tours we’ve put together. We are going back 3000 years to the amazing World Heritage archaeological site, of Poverty Point. Join us!”

— Craig Lesh – Archaeology Educator

REDLANDS, CA, UNITED STATES, June 24, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Join Archaeology Educator Craig Lesh May 17th – May 24th, 2020
On the Beautiful New Paddle Wheeler 'American Countess'

This EXCLUSIVE cruise is Sailing from New Orleans to Memphis.

Sailing on the Mississippi, one of the Great Rivers of the United States.

Craig Lesh is the founder of Heritage Education Programs. He has a B.S. degree from Cal Poly University, Pomona and an M.S degree, in Archaeology Heritage from Leicester University, in the UK. Craig runs the pre-college outreach program at the Center for Near Eastern Archeology, at La Sierra University, Riverside, CA and is Chairman of the Education and Outreach Committee of the Society for California Archaeology.

In addition to the tours provided by American Queen Steamboat Company, we have put together some exclusive tours that delve more than 3,000 years into the past.

In addition to the fine food, Broadway class entertainment and tours provided by American Queen Steamboat Company, we have put together some exclusive tours that delve more than 3,000 years into the past.
Our private group will tour the site of the oldest city in North America, Poverty Point archaeological site. Before the Maya pyramids and before Stonehenge, the residents of Poverty Point built a master planned city for with a large plaza, concentric C shape living terraces and monumental earthen platform mounds. It is one of the most important archaeological sits in the country, and it is a World Heritage Site.

In addition to one of the first cultures mound-building cultures, our tour group will also visit the site of one of the last of the mound-building cultures; the Grand Village of the Natchez Indians. The Natchez’s village was destroyed by the French in 1730.

Another archaeological discovery we will visit is the Civil War Gunboat USS Cairo. Sunk in 1862, it was raised in 1964. The reassembled gunboat is displayed at the Vicksburg Military Park and is the only Civil War river gunboat in existence.

Our group’s host is Craig Lesh, the founder of Heritage Education Programs. Craig runs the pre-college outreach program at the Center for Near Eastern Archaeology, at La Sierra University in Riverside California and is the Chairman of the Education and Outreach Committee of the Society for California Archaeology. He has a B.S. degree from Cal Poly University, Pomona and a M.A degree, in Archaeology and Heritage from Leicester University, in the UK.

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Protesters Urge Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey to Switch to Plant-Based Milks

Protesters will ask the CEO of Coca-Cola to switch to plant-based milks!

Protesters will beg Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey to switch to plant-based milks!

This is the president of Coca-Cola North America

Protesters will beg Jim Dinkins, President of Coca-Cola North America, to ditch dairy!

this is the COO of Fairlife

Demonstrators will beg Tim Doelman, COO Fairlife, to Switch to Plant-Based Milks!

texas mom says dairy must go.

Dani Alexander is a Houston, Texas mom who says dairy must go!

Lawsuits mount as more grassroots protests hit in US & UK this week over horrific cow/calf abuse at Coca-Cola partner Fairlife Milk's supplier Fair Oaks Farms

I'm a mother living in the heart of cattle country in Texas and I can tell you, first hand, the animal agriculture industry has to give way to something kinder to animals and the planet.”

— Dani Alexander, Houston mom and protester

MARINA DEL REY, CA, UNITED STATES, June 24, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — As Fairlife and Coca-Cola are hit with another wave of lawsuits over video showing horrific animal abuse, a new round of grassroots protests will also occur this week, coast to coast in America and in the United Kingdom! See the events pages below with upcoming protests in London, Los Angeles, Houston, Connecticut, Portland and – in July – in New York City! Still more demonstrations are in the planning stages. A wide array of animal welfare and environmental groups, under the banner Coalition Against Cruelty, are demanding Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey immediately take steps to cut his beverage company's ties with the cruel and environmentally unsustainable dairy industry.

The Coalition Against Cruelty urges Coca-Cola to switch to healthier, more environmentally friendly and cruelty-free plant-based milks. Coca-Cola's own website states, "Fairlife is a partnership between The Coca-Cola Company and Select Milk Producers Inc. Coca-Cola distributes Fairlife products." Fairlife has become embroiled in scandal in the wake of Animal Recovery Mission's explosive undercover investigation of Fairlife Milk's longtime supplier Fair Oaks Farms. The video shows calves being hit, dragged, shot, sat on, left on dead piles and, in other ways, subjected to nightmarish abuse. All this while Coca-Cola insists, in its written material, its partnership with Fairlife is based on "…exceptional cow care, smart and responsible farming, and sustainable agriculture."

Demonstrators implore CEO Quincey to consider the reality: the dairy industry is inherently cruel. For humans to drink cow's milk, cows must be impregnated and – after giving birth – separated from their babies, who would otherwise drink the mother's milk nature intended for them. This is why the Animal Recovery Mission's video shows rows upon rows of calves in hutches, alone, away from their mothers. Protesters point out the obvious. The calves become despondent and don't want to drink the replacement fluid from the rubber nipples. Workers are tasked with getting them to drink it. Frustration ensues, creating an environment ripe for abuse. This is why undercover investigations at dairy farms routinely undercover abuse. No "review" will change the fundamental cruelty of the dairy industry. No arrest of low level workers will get to the heart of the malignancy at the core of this process.

No desperate attempts to blame the messenger will mask the industry's harsh realities. Indeed, that will only confirm the moral bankruptcy of the industry's doublespeak, where shock is expressed over dead piles brazenly left out in the open, where people who systematically exploit animals feign heartbreak and blame underlings when exposed. The playbook has become worn and the world is getting wise to it.

Demonstrators will perform street theater where they will display the readily-available alternatives to cruelty-filled cow's milk. Holding cartons of almond, soy, cashew, oat, rice and hemp milk, demonstrators in cow masks will respectfully beg CEO Quincey, Coca-Cola North America President Jim Dinkins and Fairlife COO Tim Doelman to discard their willful ignorance and admit the obvious: their stated values of integrity and high animal welfare standards are inherently incompatible with dairy. Simply put, there is no nice way to rip a baby away from his or her mother, much less do that to tens of thousands of calves.

Coca-Cola executives have publicly revealed their strategy to premium-ize milk and, thereby, be able to charge a premium. The Coalition Against Cruelty suggests the wiser strategy would be to pivot to the products being increasingly embraced by millennials and Gen Z'ers: plant-based milks. Coca-Cola's stated corporate vision includes the following: "Be a responsible citizen that makes a difference by helping build and support sustainable communities." Animal agriculture, which includes dairy, is a leading cause of climate change, responsible for more greenhouses gases than all transportation combined.

In crisis there is opportunity. A pivot to genuine compassion and genuine sustainability would be applauded globally by animal lovers, environmentalists and consumers in general, all of whom were revolted by the video evidence of barbarism and hypocrisy. Climate change is getting worse and will soon create an economic catastrophe that will devastate all businesses including Coca-Cola. We know this switch can be done because one google search shows it is being done. Compassion Over Cruelty's protests against Coca-Cola will not end until a real change occurs. The time is now.

Click hyperlinks below for details on upcoming Coca-Cola protests.

COCA-COLA PROTEST SCHEDULE:

London, England Protest:
Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at 5 PM – 7 PM UTC+01
The London Eye, DA14 4
https://www.facebook.com/events/2057046914404012/

Los Angeles Protest:
Wednesday, June 26th, 7-9pm
Santa Monica's 3rd Street Promenade (Broadway & Third)
https://www.facebook.com/events/197411117860759/

Houston, Texas Protest:
Thursday, June 27th, noon-1:30pm
Coca-cola Bissonnet Bottling Facility
2800 Bissonnet St, Houston, TX 77005
https://www.facebook.com/events/557808244747273/

Hartford, Connecticut Protest:
Friday, June 28th, 1:30pm-3:30pm
Coca-Cola Bottling
471 Main Street, East Hartford 06118
https://www.facebook.com/events/941225656213444/

Portland, Oregon Protest:
Saturday, June 29th, 2-4pm
https://www.facebook.com/events/2281581358605788/

New York City Protest:
Wednesday, July 10th, 12:30pm-1:30pm
Times Square, at the base of the red steps
https://www.facebook.com/events/2431251527145272/

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Protest outside the Coca-Cola Bottling Company in LA. Olympic Medalist Dotsie Bausch urged Coca-Cola to ditch dairy! Street theater showcased dairy’s cruelty.


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Welcome Wagon Reviews the Effectiveness of Direct Mail Marketing for Local Businesses

Welcome Wagon New Mover Marketing for Local Businesses

Welcome Wagon New Mover Marketing for Local Businesses

Welcome Wagon New Mover Marketing for Local Businesses

To get started, visit www.welcomewagon.com/advertise/

National marketing company continues to see high success with direct mail marketing as a proven and effective method for stirring up interest & inciting action.

Direct mail offers a huge opportunity for businesses to get into the hands of new movers who are actively looking to replace business relationships from their old community with new ones.”

— Steve Goodman, CEO and President of Welcome Wagon

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, UNITED STATES, June 24, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — As America’s Welcoming Service since 1928, Welcome Wagon has been introducing businesses to their best source of new customers – new movers. With 36.8 million address changes per year, businesses need to replace about 25% of their customer base that moves within a given year. Studies have shown that 85% of new movers will use the first vendor that contacts them, and 93% of those new movers take advantage of offers or invitations from a business in their new community that welcomes them to their new neighborhood. Welcome Wagon’s direct mail marketing solutions have proven successful due to its unique strategy targeting new movers and homeowners first.

United States Postal Service statistics have shown that the total volume of mail has declined since 2006 by nearly 30%, with a person receiving an average of 2 pieces of mail per day. With less mail to sort through, this leaves more room for businesses to stand out when targeting new movers in their local community with enticing offers.
When it comes to marketing, direct mail is consistently leading in new customer acquisition. And because new movers are at a stage where they are looking for goods and services, they are receptive and appreciative of the service they receive from local businesses in their new community and are ready to take action.

“Direct mail offers a huge opportunity for businesses to get into the hands of new movers who are actively looking to replace business relationships from their old community with new ones,” said Steve Goodman, CEO and President of Welcome Wagon. “Welcome Wagon’s solutions offer businesses multiple touchpoints to reach new movers, which is critical to the success of any marketing program.”

Welcome Wagon’s proven direct mail strategy includes a high-quality Gift Book delivered upon move in with full-page ads and category exclusivity. As a 30 day follow-up, new movers receive oversized postcards showcasing individual businesses with compelling offers to continue driving new customers to your business. For repeated exposure, a customized Especially For You Follow-Up Book is mailed to new movers as a follow-up piece.

With a variety of print marketing options, coupled with their innovative digital advertising solutions, Welcome Wagon allows businesses new and engaging strategies to reach new customers and grow their loyal customer base.
More about Welcome Wagon

Welcome Wagon was created in 1928 to embody the spirit of warm hospitality and welcome. Welcome Wagon continues the same mission to this day, helping to create lasting relationships between new movers and local businesses. Their goal is to assist people in saving money, growing their business, and helping the local economy prosper. For more information on Welcome Wagon, visit https://www.welcomewagon.com/.
For career opportunities, visit http://careers.welcomewagon.com/.

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Welcome Wagon® has been helping local businesses introduce themselves to new movers since 1928


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Brady Bunte – Bernie Trifoso WWII Veteran D-Day survivor.

Brady Bunte with World War II Veteran Bernie Trifoso

Brady Bunte – Bernie Trifoso WWII Veteran D-Day survivor.

He told Brady Bunte that he couldn’t believe 75 years had passed since the Normandy invasion.”

— Brady Bunte

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, June 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Brady BunteBernie Trifoso WWII Veteran D-Day survivor.

Brady Bunte says that it was a great honor it was to meet Mr. Bernie Trifoso a World War II Veteran / D-Day survivor. At age 95, a Laguna Niguel, California resident, and just 10 days ago marked the 75th anniversary of D-Day World War II and Bernie is one of the last survivors who served not only in this historical war but 2 more following it. He is sharp as a tack and carries a smart phone that he took out and took pictures of himself and Brady Bunte.

For Bernie and many in his generation, wartime memories have been locked away for many years and few soldiers ever talk about it, but a few years ago Bernie started sharing his wartime experience and the stories began to spill out.

D-Day marks one of the most famous military actions in history and is widely credited with ending World War II.

At 19 years of age Bernie enlisted in the Coast Guard. Service to the country was something that came natural for his family, all of his brothers served in World War II and miraculously all four retuned home safely. He attended Columbia University and Bernie has shown great patriotism for his county. He told Brady Bunte that he couldn’t believe 75 years had passed since the Normandy invasion. “It seemed like it was yesterday” Trifoso said.

Bernie earned 2 bronze stars for bravery and is proud to have served his country. And he spoke lovingly of taking his wife back to Normandy to share his wartime memories. Sadly, today she has Alzheimer's and was not there when we interviewed him. He calls her "the love of his life."
Trifoso asked that we remember those "who bravely sacrificed so that we could enjoy our lives." By Brady Bunte.

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Recruiting for Good to Reward Trip to Party for Good at 2020 Tokyo Summer Games

We're Making a Difference Fun & Rewarding

We’re Making a Difference Fun & Rewarding

Inspired By www.RecruitingforGood.com

Inspired By www.RecruitingforGood.com

Find a Kickass Job & Party for Good www.RecruitingforGood.com

Find a Kickass Job & Party for Good www.RecruitingforGood.com

Recruiting for Good is generating proceeds to help fund causes; and rewarding referrals to technical candidates with entries for Tokyo Summer Games drawing.

Send us your resume to find a kickass tech job, and enjoy entry to fun drawing 2020 Tokyo Party for Good”

— Carlos Cymerman, Fun Advocate+Founder, Recruiting for Good

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Recruiting for Good (RG4) is working to help fund local causes. And is making fundraising fun and rewarding for people who refer the staffing agency technical candidates for great jobs. Each referral that leads to a successful fulltime hire; earns an entry into drawing for 2020 Tokyo Summer Games trip for two.

2020 Party for Good Reward

1. Enjoy 6-night/7-day Tokyo Summer Games Experience with Bucket List Events.
2. 2 Round-trip flights from the US.
2. Drawing will occur on March 15, 2020.

According to Recruiting for Good, Founder Carlos Cymerman, “You can help your friends find kickass jobs, support causes, and enjoy 'Bucket List' experiences to party for good. "

2 Ways to Enter Fun Drawing 'Tokyo Party for Good' (2020 Summer Games)

1) Candidates refer themselves directly to find a tech job (engineering or IT).

2) Refer a co-worker, family member, or friend for a fulltime tech (engineering or information technology) position.

Submit information to Carlos(at)RecruitingforGood(dot); and when the staffing agency successfully helps the candidate land a great job (and after probation period). Recruiting for Good donates to a local cause, and rewards 1 entry for drawing.

Carlos Cymerman, adds "The more referrals you make, the greater difference we make in the community, and the more chances you have to win Bucket List Trip…Party for Good in Tokyo."

About

Recruiting for Good is a socially progressive staffing company in Santa Monica, finding talented professionals kickass jobs they love, since 1998. Companies retain us to find them the best talent in Accounting/Finance, Engineering, and Information Technology, Marketing, and Sales. And generates proceeds for causes www.RecruitingforGood.com

In 2015, R4G successfully run and sponsored a creative writing contest, and rewarded a high school student and his father Super Bowl Tickets.

R4G designated nonprofit is The Ed Asner Family Center whose mission is to promote self-confidence in differently abled individuals and bring balance and wellness to those individuals and their families. Delivering Camp Ed, enrichment programs, and mental health programs. To learn more visit www.edasnerfamilycenter.org

Bucket List Events specializes in making bucket list dreams come true. We provide complete travel, tour and hospitality packages to the world’s premiere sporting and cultural events all over the world in addition to specialized events for groups and teams. Founded in 2003, Bucket List Events has helped tens of thousands of individuals, families and organizations get the most out of experiencing major events. www.mybucketlistevents.com

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Nutrigenomix wins 2019 NutraIngredients Award in Geneva for best Personalized Nutrition Initiative

Nutrigenomix Sport Report

TORONTO, ON, CANADA, June 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nutrigenomix Inc., a global leader in genetic testing for personalized nutrition, is pleased to announce their recent win at the 2019 NutraIngredients Awards in Geneva, Switzerland. The company took home first prize in the Personalised Nutrition Initiative Category with their Personalised Sport Nutrition & Performance Report “Nutrigenomix-Sport”, which is a genetic test now used by many professional sports teams to provide customized nutrition recommendations.

Nutrigenomix is at the forefront of a rapidly growing field that is developing DNA-based nutrition and performance-related advice for athletes. It is also one of the only genetic testing companies in the world supporting novel research on nutrition, genetics and athletic performance at several universities around the world. “Our research program at the University of Toronto focuses on nutrigenomics for sport, and our previous findings have contributed to the development of Nutrigenomix-Sport,” says Dr. Nanci Guest, a sport dietitian who is the sport science lead on the Nutrigenomix team. “Our research is ongoing and current projects have yielded exciting new results that will be incorporated into an expanded sport test”.

Nutrigenomix-Sport is being offered by sport dietitians, nutritionists, physicians, coaches, and trainers and has provided benefits to athletes of all levels. “I have used Nutrigenomix Sport with many of my athletes and I’ve seen first-hand how their performance improved, once their nutrition was optimized and aligned with their genetics” says Jorie Janzen, a Sport Dietitian who has been working with Canadian Olympians and NHL players for several years. “And it’s not just my elite athletes. My fitness clients and even my weekend warriors are enthusiastic about having me design them a DNA-based diet so they can perform their best.” she adds.

The test includes genetic markers that have been shown to affect nutrient metabolism, food intolerances, body composition, eating behaviors and cardiometabolic fitness. The customized report provides each client with personalized dietary recommendations on vitamins, minerals as well as optimal levels of protein, fats and carbohydrates to help improve performance in fitness enthusiasts and athletes alike. Studies show that personalized information is a powerful motivator to improve adherence to dietary advice. Dr. Ahmed El-Sohemy and his team of researchers at the University of Toronto conducted the first randomized controlled trial of DNA-based dietary recommendations on eating behaviors. “Individuals who receive DNA-based dietary advice are much more likely to follow the recommendations they’re given,” said Dr. El-Sohemy. “This results in greater improvements to their diet, which directly impacts their health, body composition and performance”.

With offices in Canada, UK, Australia, Brazil and the United States, Nutrigenomix has been expanding rapidly to meet the growing demands by healthcare and fitness professionals, as well as consumers, for a high-quality genetic testing service. Being the only nutrigenetics testing company worldwide that was established at a major university, the University of Toronto, Nutrigenomix is regarded as one of the most trusted sources of genetic information for personalized nutrition.

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Nutrigenomix Inc. was founded in 2011 as a University of Toronto start-up biotechnology company that is dedicated to empowering healthcare professionals and their clients with comprehensive genomic information, with the ultimate goal of improving health and performance through precision nutrition. The company has a network of over 8,000 practitioners in 35 countries plus exclusive distributors in 10 other countries. The personalized nutrition reports are available in 8 languages and the current 45-gene test panel is available for health, sport and fertility. The company recently launched the world’s first genetic test for plant-based personalized nutrition, suitable for those following a vegan or vegetarian diet. For more information visit Nutrigenomix.com or email info@nutrigenomix.com.

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Cool Off and Celebrate with These Refreshing Cocktails at The Houstonian

Celebrate 4th of July at The Bar at The Houstonian with the Sea to Shining Sea Cocktail.

Celebrate Space City Month at The Houstonian with the Mission Control Cocktail

July is a great month to celebrate with a cocktail and The Houstonian has a few summer sippers that will cool you off and have you coming back for more.

HOUSTON, TX, UNITED STATES, June 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Bar at the Houstonian has put their own spin on Houston’s favorite cocktails that will have guests celebrating everything summer in style, so pull up a bar stool and get cozy with some light bites and hand-crafted cocktails.

Celebrate July 4th with the Sea to Shining Sea Cocktail. Treaty Oak Texas Rum, pomegranate, blueberry, lime and agave make for the perfect pre-dinner drink.

On National Mojito Day, July 11th, The Bar will be serving up both regular and non-alcoholic versions of the famous drink. The Smokey & Spicy Mojito is made with Plantation 3-Star Rum, Ancho Reyes, mint, lime agave, and ginger beer, which pairs nicely with Tacos de Suadero or the Cóctel de Camaron from the bar menu. The Strawberry Mojito, made with fresh muddled strawberries, mint, agave, and lime is perfectly light for any time of day.

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing during Space City Month and try the Mission Control, a coffee-smoked cocktail inspired by the quick-thinking team that successfully guided Apollo 11. Stimulate the senses as you sip and savor this cocktail that will quite possibly send you over the moon. Available July 16th, 20th & 25th.

Enjoy Happy Hour at The Bar from 4-6 pm Monday – Friday with $10 Signature Cocktails, $5 Craft Beer and $8 Select Spirits. Regular hours are Monday – Thursday: 3 pm-12 am, Friday & Saturday: 12 pm-2 am and Sunday: 12 pm-12 am.

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Located in the heart of Houston, The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2020, and is a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star, urban retreat located adjacent to the city’s iconic Memorial Park, and minutes from downtown, the Galleria and Energy Corridor. The Houstonian is a member of Preferred Hotels and Resorts, and consistently provides guests with attentive and highly personalized service in an authentic, warm and non-intrusive manner. Guests at The Houstonian Hotel may relax and rejuvenate on a 27-acre oasis, with floor-to-ceiling wooded views in its guest rooms, four on-site dining restaurants and two classic hotel bars. The hotel has 33,890 square feet of Indoor Meeting Space and 87,349 square feet of Outdoor Meeting Space with a “Houstonian Experiences” menu for corporate and social groups, meetings and celebrations. The 175,000 square-foot Houstonian Club offers state-of-the-art equipment, over 250 weekly group exercise classes, aquatic programs, an indoor tennis facility, a resort pool with a rock slide, sports lap pool and quiet garden pool. Trellis Spa is a Mediterranean style, 17,000-square-foot facility with 21 treatment rooms, hair and nail salons, and luxurious locker rooms with Jacuzzi and steam rooms, an indoor Float Pool, a Relaxation Lounge with fireplace and a Tranquility Room. One of Houston’s historic gems, the property is known for its grace, comfort and unparalleled guest experience.
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The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa / 111 North Post Oak Lane / Houston, Texas 77024

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