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Admittedly there is probably a bias of opinion both in myself and in many of the readers of our blog but I am going to attempt to approach this subject objectively to find out if all websites can benefit from video content.

I decided that the best way to do this would be to ask 5 friends who love to stitch me up to pick a website each that they think it would be difficult to create a video about. I would then have to come up with a way for the site to use video that would enhance the… Continue reading

Ankeny IA (PRWEB) March 30, 2012

Where have all the outdoorsmen and women gone? Competition from organized sports programs, the internet, computer games and a shortened summer vacation season (from 12-15 weeks to as little as 8 weeks) have all resulted in the reality that Missouri Resort Owners are left with a very small window to generate business. In todays world, changing circumstances have impacted the family vacation. School now starts earlier, with opening dates moving back from Sept 1st to Aug 15th, eliminating half of August for family vacations. In August 2011 the Sports Letter reported that participation… Continue reading

Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) September 21, 2009

The Canadian Freestyle Ski Association and Ludus Tours have announced a new partnership as the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver approach in February 2010.

Canadian Freestyle fans heading to Vancouver next February for the Winter Games will now have custom Tour Packages available as a result of the exclusive agreement. Ludus plans to create packages that cater specifically to Canadian Freestyle enthusiasts in Vancouver that will include hotel accommodations, airport transfers and hospitality, as well as guide and concierge assistance during their stay.

“This is an exciting partnership for us” said Canadian… Continue reading

Westport, CT (PRWEB) April 21, 2011

Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, Inc. (SKLD), the Westport-based nonprofit organization, announces its 11th anniversary benefit on May 13th at the Stepping Stones Museum for Children in Norwalk, CT. “The Sky’s The Limit” benefit will be emceed by Jonathan Mooney, the acclaimed LD activist who published his first award-winning book, Learning Outside the Lines, on graduating from Brown University, after learning to read at the age of 12. Mooney is also co-founder of Project Eye-to-Eye, the mentoring program for students with LD and ADHD, and accepted the SKLD Community Service Award in 2008.

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Chattanooga, Tennessee (Vocus) September 2, 2009

Sunbelt?, the makers of great-tasting, nutritious snacks and cereals, is pleased to announce the launch of its national “Free Kicks” loyalty program, aimed at helping soccer families raise money for their US Youth Soccer clubs.

As the official granola snack of US Youth Soccer, Sunbelt is committed to helping soccer players at all levels continue to enjoy a fun game, learn life lessons and stay active in a healthy environment.

“Our Free Kicks loyalty program is really a win-win for soccer players and their families,” said Jeff Badger, Sunbelt brand manager. “Not… Continue reading


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