Tom Brassard, Paw Print & Mail, South Burlington, was honored for his companys performance and growth for the past y ear by Certified Printers International (CPrint”) during the bi-annual board meetings in Charleston, WV. CPrint” honors printers who have had exceptional sales growth in the past year. Paw Print & Mail not only was honored for its continued sales growth, but Brassard was cited for his management skills.According to Tom Crouser, CPrint” president, Paw Print & Mail continues to perform to rank among the best printing companies in North America. Paw Print & Mail has achieved sales growth, profitability and economic stability that that few commercial printers ever attain and the company continues to do so year after year, said Crouser. Paw Print & Mails focus on customer services, quality, employee training, and maintaining the highest business standards has made it the best choice for Vermont businesses printing needs. Brassard also is a mentor to other printers in CPrint” and is helping other printers reach success.CPrint” is a franchise of independently owned family-based businesses that strive for the highest level of professionalism and performance among small business. Companies from throughout North America participate in the program. The CPrint” designation is available only to printers who demonstrate exceptional quality and service by maintaining standards in operations, training, equipment and software as well as worker benefits and working conditions. This program requires annual onsite recertification as well as participation in continuing educational programs.Paw Print & Mail is located at 12 Gregory Drive in South Burlington. For more information about the company, call 802-865-2872 or visit the companys website at www.paw-prints.com(link is external).-30-
THE Guyana Football Federation’s Ordinary Congress, which is constitutionally due on or before May 31 every year, has been postponed due to the Corona Virus pandemic.This was communicated to the Regional Member Associations on May 5 by GFF’s General Secretary Ian Alves.In the correspondence, Alves informed the membership that alternative options and dates will be determined and guided by the dictates of the Government of Guyana and the Ministry of Public Heath, and will be shared to all of the Members of Congress in due time.
Hearts of Oak board member Frank Nelson has defended the controversial comments by his team’s coach after the 4-0 drubbing in Tunisia on Sunday.North African giants Esperance tore the Phobians apart, leading Herbert Addo to claim Hearts were now learning to be professional while he felt their opponents were already there.The Caf Confederation Cup first leg game has made the Ghanaian side’s hopes of going into the money zone even more arduous.”Herbert Addo was giving a judgmental statement based on what he saw in Tunis,” said Nelson on Joy FM’s Monday show Sports Track.Some fans have been angered by the comments and have slammed the coach for speaking carelessly.But Nelson wants perspective as he believes Addo did not mean to slight the Phobian setup: “I think Hearts of Oak is a big club and may edge Esperance in terms of historical statistics, but I think North African clubs have understood football better than West African Clubs in terms of development.” “So when Herbert Addo is talking about Esperance being professional and we trying to be professional, there is nothing wrong with it,” he said.The return leg is in three weeks at the Accra Sports Stadium. The Accra-based side will require a miracle to oust Esperance with either a 5-0 win or more.–