Restaurant Magic Promotes Alik Khozyainov to Director of Product Technology

Restaurant Magic announced today they have promoted Alik Khozyainov to Director of Product Technology.

He is one of the best technical system architects in the industry and I am eager to see what his future on our team has in store for Restaurant Magic.”

— Steve Roberts, President and Founder of Restaurant Magic

TAMPA, FLORIDA, USA, June 18, 2019 / — Restaurant Magic announced today they have promoted Alik Khozyainov to Director of Product Technology. Prior to this promotion, Mr. Khozyainov was Restaurant Magic’s Lead Technical Architect. In his new role, he will manage the strategy, planning, and execution of product development for Restaurant Magic’s suite of back office applications. His direction brings cutting edge development techniques and top of the line computational strategy to a customer-centric team vision.

Mr. Khozyainov brings an uncanny ability to understand not only code but how code works on a physical machine level and therefore can architect the highest performing and economical system configurations to meet customer needs. Mr. Khozyainov has an extensive background in database and data-intensive application building. For the past 20 years and he has been designing and implementing enterprise level software for restaurants, finance, and hospitality at Restaurant Magic.

Mr. Khozyainov’s journey into database science began in Kiev, Ukraine, where he graduated from Kiev Polytechnic Institute with a master’s degree in hydro acoustics. He quickly discovered a passion for the intricacies of it and software development, and so transitioned his engineering skills into navigating oceans of big data with robust software products.

“Alik continues to tackle challenges head-on since joining our team” said Steve Roberts, President and Founder of Restaurant Magic. “He is one of the best technical system architects in the industry and I am eager to see what his future on our team has in store for Restaurant Magic.”

About Restaurant Magic:
Restaurant Magic was founded over 25 years ago with a single vision of providing restaurant operators better access to their operational data. With this access, operators can make faster decisions, optimize schedules, implement predictive ordering, and create a positive impact on their bottom line. Restaurant Magic provides insight to some of the largest multi-unit brands in the world, including Dairy Queen, First Watch, Smoothie King and MOD Pizza. If you are interested in finding out more about Restaurant Magic or scheduling a demo of our software visit or call 1-800-933-4711.

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Hell 'n Blazes Brewing Company to Celebrate its Third Anniversary on June 22nd, 2019

Melbourne, FL

Our award-winning fine craft brewery and gastro pub celebrates its third birthday with a public celebration!

MELBOURNE, FLORIDA, US, June 18, 2019 / — Hell ‘n Blazes Brewing Company, an award-winning, fine craft brewery and gastro pub serving fine, traditional American Pub Food, celebrates the third anniversary of its opening to the public on June 22, 2019 at it’s flagship location in Historic Downtown Melbourne, Florida at 1002 E New Haven Ave.

“Festivities will include special beer releases, beer discounts, special prize giveaways and live music” said Don DiFrisco, Patriarch of the family-owned Hell ‘n Blazes Brewing Company. “My nephew, Andy Pinkerton, the General Manager, Todd Furbeck, our Brew Master along with Jimmy DiFrisco, Senior Brewer and Drew Campbell, our Chef & Kitchen Manager have cooked up a very special evening for our customers supported by managers Vince DiFrisco and Adam Mullin” “Even the spirits and ghosts who share this building with us will be having a good time” said DiFrisco.

Hell ‘n Blazes’ award-winning beers and its fantastic gastro pub food will be on point this Saturday.

The Penny Creek Band will be live from 6 – 9pm.

Hell ‘n Blazes Brewing Company is located in a fully restored, 120+ year old building formerly known as Huggins Hardware and the Christmas Cottage that was the first bank North of Miami and South of Jacksonville as evidenced by the bank vault that is still present and operable. Hell ‘n Blazes, named for the local lake, is a leading fine craft brewery and gastro pub with private event space available and a fantastic, free game room; with 18 of its fine craft beers on tap and a wine list of 28 styles and varieties, Hell ‘n Blazes has something for everyone.

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2019 Bend Brewfest Scheduled for August 15-17; Call for Volunteers

Annual Bend, Oregon beer festival announces participating breweries and final dates

BEND, OR, USA, June 18, 2019 / — Bend Brewfest, Central Oregon's annual celebration of all things craft beer, will once again be held at the Les Schwab Amphitheater in Bend, Oregon's Old Mill District. The three-day festival, which runs August 15-17, will feature more than 200 beers, ciders and wines from around the region and country.

Seventy breweries of all sizes will participate in the event and share their brews with 2019 patrons. The Bend Brewfest has become known as the place that breweries showcase their limited release and specialty beers that can’t be found elsewhere. A list of breweries and tentative beer lineup can be explored here:

“There are several very special beers being featured in our X-Tap tent this year that patrons will be ecstatic about,” said Marney Smith, director of the festival. “We love that our annual festival is the place to find the most unique beers from our region, and we look forward to another year of celebrating craft beer culture with our community.”

The Bend Brewfest is currently seeking volunteers to pour beer during various three to four hour time slots throughout the three days of the event. Volunteers will receive Brewfest swag and tokens for the event in exchange for their time:

WHEN: August 15-17, 2019

HOURS: Please note, to accommodate the Avett Brothers concert on Tuesday, August 13, gates for the Bend Brewfest on Thursday have been pushed back to 4 p.m.

– Thursday, 8/15, 4 p.m. – 11 p.m.
– Friday and Saturday, 8/16-17, 12 noon to 11 p.m.

WHERE: Les Schwab Amphitheater

ADMISSION: Admission is free. For beer tasting, purchase a 2019 Brewfest tasting mug for $20, which includes five tasting tokens. Limited edition Deluxe mugs are available for $30 and include 10 tokens. Additional tokens are $5 each sold in packs of five.

CONTACT: 541-312-0131

Founded in 2002, the Bend Brewfest has raised $85,000 dollars for charity since its inception. Money raised in 2019 will serve the following four nonprofit organizations: Deschutes River Conservancy, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Oregon; Neighbor Impact; and Bend Fire Department’s Community Assistance Program.

Bend Brewfest features booths from well-known breweries all the way to small-batch nano-breweries. Local food vendors and a festive atmosphere round out the well-loved annual event. For more information and details, visit

About the Les Schwab Amphitheater
The Les Schwab Amphitheater is Central Oregon premier music venue, providing a beautiful outdoor riverfront space for concerts, festivals, sporting events and more. Opened in the historic Old Mill District in 2002, the Amphitheater was named in honor of a remarkable Central Oregonian, Leslie Schwab. The venue accommodates approximately 8,000 patrons for some of the biggest names in entertainment, and the Bend Brewfest in August.

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. The Old Mill District – Bend’s most unique shopping, dining, living, and entertainment experience.

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Researchers at Concordia University Pick Micromeritics for High Throughput Metal-Organic Framework Characterization

The TriStar II Plus (Micromeritics, Georgia U.S.) provides high productivity MOF characterization for researchers at Concordia University (Montreal, Canada) (from left to right Paola Marino, Zvart Ajoyan and Dr. Ashlee Horwarth)

Micromeritics TriStar II Plus is a an automated, three-station, surface area and porosity analyzer that delivers excellent performance and speed of analysis


University Chooses Micromeritics TriStar II Plus Automated, Three-Station Gas Absorption System

It only takes around an hour for me to train my students to use the Tristar and it is exceedingly reliable,”

— Dr. Ashlee Howarth, Assistant Professor at Concordia University.

NORCROSS, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2019 / — Researchers designing and synthesizing new metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) at Concordia University (Montreal, Canada) are benefiting from high throughput surface area and porosity characterization with a Micromeritics TriStar II Plus automated, three-station gas adsorption system. A key focus for the group is rare earth MOFs with potential for wastewater clean-up and luminescence-based hazardous chemical detection. The TriStar characterizes new MOFs with exemplary efficiency, even for novice users, enhancing the productivity of the lab and accelerating progress.

“Surface area and porosity are defining characteristics of a MOF,” said Dr. Ashlee Howarth, Assistant Professor at Concordia University. “So, we need to be able to measure them as quickly and efficiently as possible. The TriStar runs 3 samples at a time, generating full data sets in 7 to 8 hours. This is extremely fast and means a same day result for my students; with some systems it would take 24 hours to run just a single sample. The ability to run three samples at once is really useful for confirming the reproducibility of a preparation method."

MOFs are an exciting class of chemical compounds with tunable porosity at the nanoscale and associated potential to address a wide range of societal concerns. The Concordia team are preparing MOFs to remove and/or catalytically breakdown waterborne contaminants not amenable to existing treatments, such as antibiotics and personal care products. The ability for rare earth MOFs to exhibit luminescence in response to the presence of hazardous analytes is also an area of interest. Surface area and porosity are performance-defining characteristics for all MOFs with pore size distribution providing insight into likely application.

“It only takes around an hour for me to train my students to use the Tristar and it is exceedingly reliable,” said Dr. Howarth. “I’m not aware of another system that matches it in terms of that crucial combination of robustness, throughput and price. I will soon boost analytical capabilities further with the addition of a Smart VacPrep accessory which will speed up all stages of sample prep – both degassing and activation.”

Prior to gas adsorption analyses samples are degassed; catalytic materials may also be activated. The Smart VacPrep is an advanced six-port, programmable system that streamlines sample preparation by heating and evacuation. Each port can be operated independently, with samples easily and seamlessly transferred to the TriStar once preparation is complete. Using the Smart VacPrep in combination with the TriStar therefore further enhances the speed and ease of gas adsorption analysis.

Find out more about the TriStar II Plus at or about Micromeritics broader offering for MOF characterization at

Micromeritics Corporate Profile

Micromeritics Instrument Corporation is a global provider of solutions for material characterization with best-in-class instrumentation and application expertise in five core areas: density; surface area and porosity; particle size and shape; powder characterization; and catalyst characterization and process development. Founded in 1962, the company has its headquarters in Norcross, Georgia, USA and more than 300 employees worldwide. With a fully integrated operation that extends from a world class scientific knowledge base through to in-house manufacture, Micrometrics delivers an extensive range of high-performance products for academic research and industrial problem-solving. Micromeritics’ customer-centric approach is evident from tactical partnerships that incubate and deliver valuable new technologies and strategic acquisitions to develop integrated solutions in the industrially vital areas of powders and catalysis. These acquisitions include Freeman Technology Ltd, a company with market-leading powder testing technology, and Process Integral Development S.L. (PID Eng & Tech), a highly-experienced provider of automated, modular microreactor systems. A cost-efficient contract testing laboratory – the Particle Testing Authority (PTA) – supplies material characterization services using Micromeritics’ instrumentation alongside complementary solutions from other vendors. A network of offices across the Americas, Asia, and Europe, along with dedicated distributors in additional geographies, ensures that every customer has local, knowledgeable support. Micromeritics works across a diverse range of industries from oil processing, petrochemicals and catalysts, to food and pharmaceuticals, and at the forefront of characterization technology for next generation materials such as graphene, metal-organic-frameworks, nanocatalysts, and zeolites. Engineering solutions that work optimally for every user is a defining characteristic of the company. For additional information go to

About Concordia University

Concordia University is one of North America’s highest ranked universities founded in the last 50 years. Highly innovative, nimble and forward-thinking, Concordia defines and delivers next-generation teaching and research. Our community is a dynamic mix of faculty and students who research, create, teach, and engage across and beyond disciplines, making Concordia an international destination for leading thinkers. Deeply connected to Montreal and the world at large, we are a popular choice for more than 50,000 students across all major disciplines. Find out more at

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Carolyn Herbert of Herbert’s Wine Jelly LLC. to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

PALMYRA, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2019 / — Over the past several decades, incarceration rates have risen dramatically, raising questions of how former felons can reintegrate after they have been incarcerated.

Formerly incarcerated people need jobs like everyone else to support themselves and their loved ones and pursue their dreams. Of course, ex-prisoners typically fare poorly in the labor market. Regardless of the circumstances surrounding their incarceration, hiring a former felon is seen as an unnecessary risk.

Carolyn Herbert is the creator of Herbert’s Wine Jelly, a gourmet, award-winning specialty food product, but what is truly unique is Herbert’s hiring practice: she hires individuals who were formerly incarcerated or struggle with mental health issues.

“We had a family member with mental health issues, and it was next to impossible for this person to attain or retain any job,” recalls Herbert. “He does have a felony conviction, which made it doubly hard. I’d retired from 40 years as a special education school administrator and I felt that there was something that we could offer that was really needed.”

With her family member in mind, Herbert and her husband took their wine jelly idea and decided to start their business. As their popularity grew, they were able to expand into a more formal company and decided Herbert’s Wine Jelly would be for people who may not otherwise find employment.

“We are not just jelly, we are whatever helps provide fulfilling employment to our employees,” says Herbert. “Each person decides when they come in what their role should be. From where they are, they come up with what they want to do to be a part of our company. One young man came up with Herbert's Herb Dip to go along with our jelly. Another came up with peanut butter products.”

Herbert and her husband take nothing from the company; 100 percent of all profits go back to the employees. When employees come home from incarceration, they will have a stockpile of money to buy toothbrushes, razors, clothes, new shoes, anything that you would need to begin to start over.

“I'm trying to right an injustice,” says Herbert. “Money is nice, but that's not my focus in this world. My focus at this point is what I can do to help the next person and the next generation step forward. This is not a handout. They must work for what they receive.”

Herbert’s Wine Jelly has already helped take two employees off all federal assistance.

“That's really what my business is about,” says Herbert. “Yes, we make a nice product. Yes, we need people to support of our products to expand our kitchen space, but I am so proud of these guys, especially those who are currently incarcerated. They're not bitter about being there. They have hope and they share that hope with the other people in there. Some of them may not be out for another 10 years. What do they have to be hopeful about? Well, there is somebody on the outside who is willing to support that hope.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Carolyn Herbert in an interview with Jim Masters on June 20th at 10am EDT

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Source: EIN Presswire Terrence O’Hanlon to Give Keynote Address at Windrock Users’ Group Conference in New Orleans, LA

Windrock User’s Group Conference, June 24-27, 2019

Wake-Up! Keynote presentation titled “Increased Reliability Through Leadership”

FORT MYERS, FL, US, June 18, 2019 / —® has announced that founder, Terrence O’Hanlon, will give the opening Keynote Address at the Windrock Users’ Group Conference, June 25 2019, in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Terrence O’Hanlon’s Wake-Up! Keynote presentation, “Increased Reliability Through Leadership,” considers how, for the past thirty years, asset-intensive organizations have tried to maintain their way to reliability, then to predict and detect their way to reliability, and are now planning to prescribe their way to reliability with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

Few of these programs have been successful, however, and many will fail to generate any sustainable business success. In response, Terrence O’Hanlon asks organizations to consider the following questions:

• Does reliability leadership play a role in the outcome of the organization?
• How is reliability leadership practiced across the functional areas of the organization?
• Who would you have to talk to and what kind of conversations would you need to have to get your plan for advancing reliability and asset management implemented?

In the course of his presentation, Terrence O’Hanlon also demonstrates that reliability equals failure- free operation, and that improved reliability translates into improved revenue, safety, retention, employee engagement and diversity.

The Windrock Users’ Group Conference provides Windrock-specific information and educational presentations that will help users become more effective and productive. Conference activities include technical presentations, case studies, activities, roundtable discussions and opportunities to share experiences in a networking setting. The conference program is intended to appeal to all Windrock users, from beginners to veteran analysts looking for the latest tips and tricks.

The Windrock Users’ Group Conference will be held June 24-27, 2019, at the Renaissance New Orleans Arts Warehouse District Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana. More information and registration is available here.


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Travel Enthusiast, Patrick D. Kearney’s Take on Dubai

Patrick Kearney

DUBAI, DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, June 17, 2019 / — Patrick Kearney began his trip in the lap of luxury as he flew to Dubai on Emirates Airlines direct from JFK airport. The airline offers world-class accommodations and doesn’t spare any conveniences. From a lounge to the finest, chef-prepared cuisine, this is the way to travel.

Patrick Kearney stayed at the indulgent Oberoi Dubai, five-star hotel. The Oberoi offers a coveted rooftop view of the Burj Khalifa. Patrick stated, “My senses were immediately overwhelmed with glamorous people, impeccable architecture, and cultural experiences that are unparalleled.” Patrick continued, “This is the most modern, innovative melting pot with amazing restaurants, and service that’s beyond comprehension.”

Dubai is known for its Indian, Middle Eastern, European, Filipino, Turkish and Lebanese cultural experiences, but do not let this cause any apprehension about language barriers, as English is the primary spoken language. In Dubai, the locals and business owners are welcoming and kind and appreciate visitors.

Patrick D. Kearney explained his trip further, “It’s a safe place to visit; I never once felt apprehensive. There are also different levels of travel for individuals from all walks of life. Of course, there is the shi-shi, ultimate, luxurious experience, but if you just want a vegan kabob, slice of pizza or some hummus and pita, everything is available. Many places offer various levels of pricing. There are also less expensive hotels and other places to stay to accommodate different budgets.

“The desert is glorious, and the stars are expansive. I’ve never seen anything like the bright-glowing sunsets that enveloped the skies each of the seven nights of my stay. In contrast, “Patrick continued, “ the beaches are pristine with sapphire blue calm water that had the most gorgeous people sunbathing and enjoying a refreshing swim. The best part about the beach is that it was alongside the skyscraping city limits for the most impressive effect and view.”

Patrick Daniel Kearney is a well-traveled man. With trips to almost every country and nearly every state here in the U.S., Patrick Kearney knows what to look for when it comes to finding the perfect vacation spot, your next adventure, or a journey or mission trip that peaks the everyday person’s interest.

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Patrick Sasnett Encourages Taking Small Daily Steps Towards Living Healthier

Patrick Sasnett

OCALA, FLORIDA, USA, June 17, 2019 / — Patrick Sasnett is a Florida pastor who spends free time coaching his community towards wholesome, healthier lifestyles. Understanding that change doesn’t happen overnight, he encourages a variety of small steps people can take to become more mindful, appreciative, and happy in their day-to-day lives.

Pastor Patrick Sasnett recognized that health and happiness are things that many people in America struggle with, including those in his immediate community. One of the biggest obstacles he repeatedly encountered was the fear of change, which deters people from making real improvements in their daily lives.

“People are naturally afraid of change and often get too comfortable in their habits and rhythms to want to change in the first place,” says Patrick Sasnett. “But at the same time, they report being unhappy or unhealthy and don’t have any hope of improving their circumstance.”

Failing health is a common topic in cities across the country, whether it’s poor heart health, poor diet, lack of nutrition and exercise, or other contributors. Happiness tends to follow the same trends with more and more people feeling depressed, hopeless, disconnected from the world, and lost as time goes on. Instead of transforming their lifestyles, Patrick Sasnett advises that people keep a few important aspects in mind and make small choices that will lead them towards a happier, healthier life.

“First and foremost, people should get a lot more activity than they do right now,” says Patrick Sasnett, noting the HHS study that claims more than 80% of people do not get adequate exercise.1 “And it doesn’t have to be tough or demanding; just a change from sitting down all the time.”

Patrick Sasnett suggests going for a fifteen-minute walk around the neighborhood each evening or getting involved in local sports leagues to boost exercise. He explains that a little activity can go a long way, helping people maintain blood pressure, reduce stress, and keep at a healthy weight. Additionally, he encourages people just to get out of the house to avoid feeling isolated or secluded and to break up monotonous routines.

Eating healthier will fuel the body with appropriate energy and nutrition, which he says can be as simple as introducing a daily multivitamin or cutting down on fast food. Instead of undergoing an entire diet change, Patrick Sasnett encourages people to make one healthy choice at every meal to eventually create a habit of healthier choices.

He also mentions that unhappiness may be a product of not having enough time in your day to do the things you want. People will be happier if they set aside even a small window of time each day to perform an activity that’s only meant for them to enjoy, he believes.

“People don’t have to overhaul their lives to see an impactful change in health and happiness,” Patrick Sasnett says. “With small steps each day, they can achieve positive longtime goals without even noticing.”


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TraceGains Puts Spotlight on Employee Innovation

2019 TraceGains Innovation Contest Winners

Contest winners with CEO (left to right: Jason Mueller, Brad Abeyta, David Guillen, Gary Nowacki)

TraceGains, the leader in cloud-based compliance, quality, and NPD software for the CPG industry, announced the winners of its annual Innovation Contest.

According to multiple studies and research, employees are the best source of innovation. We hire smart people and we built a program that shows our employees how much we value their ideas.”

— TraceGains CEO, Gary Nowacki

WESTMINSTER, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, June 17, 2019 / — TraceGains, the leader in cloud-based compliance, quality, and new product development software for the consumer-packaged goods industry, announced the winners of its annual Innovation Contest during a company-wide meeting June 12.

In its third year, the competition asked employees to submit ideas to expand TraceGains Network, improve profit margins, and increase market pull. This year, the company received more than 40 submissions from employees with ideas on new business opportunities for the company.

The Winners
Platinum Winner, Trip for Two to Hawaii – David Guillen
The winning submission proposed the adoption of a Customer Learning System to better educate and inform current and potential TraceGains customers.

Gold Winner, Three Nights at a Resort for Two – Brad Abeyta
The recommendation to more prominently highlight and promote the search button in TraceGains’ sourcing directory landed in second place.

Silver Winner, Dinner for Four at Flagstaff House – Jason Mueller
After the management team deadlocked, employees weighed in on the silver winner. The winning idea suggested added functionality to the TraceGains Quality Management solution.

“According to multiple studies and research, employees are the best source of innovation,” TraceGains CEO Gary Nowacki said. “At TraceGains, we hire smart people and we built a program that shows our employees how much we value their ideas.”

Each June, TraceGains employees descend on the company’s corporate headquarters for one day of focused review and planning and a second day of fun. Before the announcement of the Innovation Award winners, Nowacki outlined the company’s commitment to innovation by way of an art history lesson that featured Leonardo da Vinci, among others.

But it wasn’t all about meetings and award announcements. After Wednesday’s work session, the TraceGains team hit the tracks at Unser Karting outside of Denver for the annual TG Day of Fun, where the theme was Mario Kart and employees competed for the fastest time around the track.

“We take our culture seriously,” Vice President of Marketing Annie Wissner said. “So much so that we prioritize having fun together. As Albert Einstein said, ‘play is the highest form of research.’”

About TraceGains
TraceGains delivers cloud-based supplier compliance, quality management, and new product development solutions for the CPG industry. At the heart of TraceGains is an advanced network platform that digitizes documentation, automates workflows, and streamlines processes. With instant information sharing and visibility throughout the supply chain, companies can grow the business without adding resources.

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Join us to get a kickass job, enjoy fun rewards, and support your causes too”

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

SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, June 17, 2019 / — Recruiting for Good (RG4) is working to help fund local causes. The staffing agency is rewarding candidates who submit resumes directly and successfully complete probation period with a $500 fun life reward toward concert tickets, dining, or ridesharing (gifts cards). And a $500 donation to a favorite cause (church, nonprofit, or school).

According to Recruiting for Good, Founder Carlos Cymerman, “Candidates allow us to help them find jobs they love…and with their help, we generate proceeds for good…we're sharing our proceeds to benefit their life, and their community too."

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3) Recruiting for Good rewards candidate a $500 dollar perk, and a $500 donation to a cause.

Carlos Cymerman, adds "People can earn more rewards by referring friends to participate in Recruiting for Good. With your help, we can do more Good…start today."


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

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