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Alcatraz East Crime Museum Adds New Members to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Exhibit, Offers K9 Meet and Greet

Those who are interested in the amazing skills of TBI’s K9 unit will not want to miss this exhibit at Alcatraz East Crime Museum. The exhibit includes a section on K9s and on March 12, 2021 it will showcase the unit’s newest members. The museum will also host a K9 meet and greet on April […]

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Habits Highly Successful Business Managers Have (and How to Get Them)

According to Gallup, bad managers cost businesses billions each year, and account for at least 70% of variances in employee engagement scores. Having a highly successful business manager is crucial to the overall success of a company. The problem, however, is that not everyone knows what type of habits effective managers have. By being able […]

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Sphere We Go! WonderWorks Pigeon Forge Announces New STEM Exhibit Explaining Earth’s Spheres

Those visiting WonderWorks Pigeon Forge beginning on March 11, 2021 will be able to view a new exhibit. The new exhibit is focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), and will put the spotlight on Earth’s layers, or spheres. “This is a great new exhibit that helps us learn more about this place we […]

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Sphere We Go! WonderWorks Orlando Unveils New STEM Exhibit Explaining Earth’s Spheres

WonderWorks Orlando announces the opening of a new exhibit focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The new exhibit topic will focus on the layers of the Earth’s spheres and is scheduled to open March 11, 2021. “Earth is a topic that most people love to learn about, so we are excited about this […]

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Sphere We Go! WonderWorks Myrtle Beach Announces New STEM Exhibit Explaining Earth’s Spheres

Starting on March 11, 2021, visitors to WonderWorks Myrtle Beach will be able to visit a new exhibit that focuses on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The new exhibit focuses on the Earth’s spheres, or layers. “This is a great exhibit that will help us all learn more about this planet that we call […]

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Soldier Seeks Help in Rescuing Vulnerable Dog Used in Fights Overseas

Dog fighting is an issue that can bring most Americans to tears. So, imagine when Sergeant Micky stumbled upon dogs being sold near where he was serving overseas that were to be used for dog fighting. When he laid eyes upon one dog that was in terrible shape, including having had her ears still bleeding […]

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Tips for Monetizing Your Videos and Making More Money

Online advertising is something that most companies engage in today and is one of the areas that has become a focal point for many marketers. However, advertising via video is currently limited to “pre-roll’ video ads, that we can’t wait to skip, or annoying “pop under” banners that always seem to pop into your video […]

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Why Small Changes Are Not Enough in Energy Efficiency

Millions of people take steps each year to try to reduce their carbon footprint and save energy. Utility companies offer behavior-changing suggestions such as thermostats, appliances and smart meters to help them do just that. What many people don’t realize is that these changes, while positive, are a drop in the bucket and won’t produce substantive […]

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NBA Player Turned ‘Master Business Facilitator’ Now Bolstering Other Pro-Athletes Post-Career Business Plays

From NBA baller to business master: Iconic all-time NBA player and former U.S. Olympian, Charles Smith, parlaying pro-sport paradigms to help transitioning athletes—and Corporate America—succeed   When 10-year NBA alum Charles Smith was in the league playing for the Los Angeles Clippers, San Antonio Spurs and New York Knicks, he claimed fame as being a […]

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6 Tips for Lovers Valentine’s Day in the Pandemic

With hugs and kisses banned by experts to prevent the spread of the COVID-19, the joy of Valentine’s Day has paled for lovers as the epidemic wages on for over a year. Vaccines are rolling out, but only slowly, so most people in the intimate-active age group are still suffering under warnings about intimate contact […]

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