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-
In August 2012, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago held fêtes 50 years in the making, marking their golden jubilees with music, dance and national flags. On August 6, 1962, Jamaica was the first of 10 Caribbean nations to declare independence. The celebration in the country of 2.8 million was about culture and accomplishment in a developing nation. “Jamaica may not have achieved all that was expected,” P.J. Patterson, prime minister from 1992 to 2006, told The Miami Herald. “We certainly have advanced in terms of breaking down the barriers of social divisions and of creating basic standards of life, which are distinctively higher than they were before.” Trinidad and Tobago, which became independent on August 31, 1962, is now the richest Caribbean nation, thanks to oil and gas reserves and a stable Government. “We have changed governments three to four times over that 50-year period without any bloodshed, without any riots, in a country that historically has a politics infused with race and religion in a very complex potpourri,” said Attorney General Anand Ramlogan. Source: The Miami Herald By Dialogo October 01, 2012
Until Thursday, only Robbie Fowler, Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry and Robin van Persie had scored 25 goals in consecutive Premier League seasons.Kane enters Tottenhamâ€™s game away against Hull City today with a two-goal advantage on Evertonâ€™s Romelu Lukaku, with Arsenalâ€™s Alexis Sanchez three goals off the lead.Van Persie was the last player to win the Golden Boot in consecutive seasons when he did so in 2011-12 and 2012-13.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Â The race for the Golden Boot will go down to the Premier Leagueâ€™s final match day with Harry Kane entering in position to defend the honour from last season. Kane, who scored four times in Tottenham Hotspurâ€™s 6-1 victory over Leicester City on Thursday, boosted his total to 26 goals this season. Thatâ€™s one more than he had last season despite playing in nine fewer games because of ankle injuries.The 23-year-old became the 13th player, and the first for Tottenham, with five career Premier League hat tricks. And, with his third hat trick of the season, he drew level with Bayern Munichâ€™s Robert Lewandowski and Napoliâ€™s Dries Mertens for the most in domestic league competitions this campaign.