Six Questions to Ask Your Insurance Agent

ERIE, Pa., June 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — When your life changes your insurance often needs to change, too. Yet it’s not always clear what kind of insurance protection fits you, your family or your business. What a family of six needs is much different than what a single 20-something needs. Here are six questions to ask your insurance agent at various life…

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Dairy Council of California and Partners Build Appetites for Free Summer Meals

Increased Participation Benefits California Children, Communities + Agriculture SACRAMENTO, Calif., June 5, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Nearly 2 million of California’s low-income students have missed out on free, balanced meals from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Service Program, putting health and academic achievement at risk and leaving millions of federally allocated dollars on the table. Through promotional efforts with state…

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Cool Off with a Cold Brew(ed Iced Tea) during National Iced Tea Month

NEW YORK, June 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — To kick off summer and National Iced Tea Month, the Tea Council of the USA has teamed up with registered dietitian and blogger, Carlene Thomas of Healthfully Ever After, to inspire American consumers with fun, unique and healthy ways to sip tea their favorite way – iced! All month long, Carlene will be sharing…

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  Phoenix Comicon has just issued a press release, an update regarding the Thursday incident.   Phoenix Comicon Thursday night, Phoenix Comicon, in conjunction with Phoenix Convention Center staff and the Phoenix Police Department issued policy changes for Phoenix Comicon, including a prop weapon ban, security line bag checks, and new protocols for vendor sales of weapons and prop weapons…

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As Phoenix Comicon 2017 continued into Day 2 of the event, the man that caused a severe step up of security yesterday, made his first court appearance. As a result of yesterday’s event, Phoenix Comicon made a few policy changes. Cosplayers are now not allowed to bring in props or prop weaponry of any kind. Other changes were in the…

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McAuliffe First Governor to Fly in Autonomous Aircraft

WALLOPS, Va., May 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The quest for unpiloted air taxi service took a step forward yesterday as Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe became the first sitting governor to fly in a fully automated aircraft.  The 8-minute flight took place Thursday following the opening of NASA’s Wallops Island Flight Research Center unmanned aerial systems (UAS) runway on Virginia’s eastern…

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