Recent Press Releases
Culver Equipment is expanding operations with the addition of a new building located at 3233 East Van Buren Street in Phoenix, Arizona.
A lawsuit has been filed against the Egyptian government on behalf of Edgar Iorgens, whose ex-wife Elena was one of the 224 victims of the terrorist attack on Metrojet Flight 9268. Iorgens' complaint alleges that the plane's destruction was the consequence of poor security and negligence by the air carrier Metrojet, and airport personnel at Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport.
NewYorkSportsConnection.com Names Winners of 2016 Sportsmanship Essay Contest, Awards $2,800 in Cash and Prizes
The "future of youth is in good hands," based on the winning essays, says Olympic silver medal fencer Tim Morehouse, a judge of the 2016 Sportsmanship Essay Contest presented by New York Sports Connection. Morehouse and fellow judges Craig Carton, the WFAN Radio sports-talk host, and Kym Hampton, a former WNBA NY Liberty basketball player, chose four winners and eight finalists in four grade categories in the second-annual contest. The sportsmanship essays were judged anonymously for their originality, emotional appeal, use of the theme, and writing skills appropriate for the author's grade.
LifeApps Brands Inc. (OTC:LFAP) ("LifeApps"), an emerging growth company, and designer of m-health and wellness applications has entered into an agreement with medical device company FemCap Inc.
Inspirational Folk Album "Unbroken" by Jewish Americana Singer-Songwriter Joe Buchanan Now Available Worldwide
"Unbroken," the first album by Jewish Americana singer-songwriter Joe Buchanan, is now available from several digital music retailers including iTunes, Spotify, Bandcamp and at JoeBuchananMusic.com/Store.
Sovereign Health of Los Angeles is set to launch an innovative program at its facility. Rock to Recovery, a nonprofit organization headquartered in Huntington Beach, California, has partnered with Sovereign Health to offer patients a creative way to express their emotions through music. Founded in 2012, Rock to Recovery patients write and record songs with the organization’s staff of professional musicians. The Rock to Recovery program is scheduled to open at Sovereign Health of Los Angeles in June 2016.