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6062 Holdings LLC is a cutting-edge, plant growth media technology patented by DuPont and licensed exclusive to 6062 Holdings.  The STG technology has been in dvelopment over the past three years with commercial hydroponics and greenhouse growers in the US and Canada. Over 100 of these growers inow use STG as their media of choice in 10 countries. Additionally, a comlete line of retail products has been created and is distributed in the US, Canada, and the United Kingdom.   Adrecom Inc. Adrecom provides eCommerce software solutions and services that enable online businesses to minimize the time ...
Cleveland Business Networking for the week of June 12, 2010 ...
Cost: Members: FREE; Nonmembers: $10. Cash bar. RSVPs very much appreciated. Call the Chamber at 216-831-0003 or email Twinsburg Connects Meeting Tuesday, June 8, 05:00 PM – 08:00 PM Mavis Winkles Irish Pub 8870 Darrow Road Twinsburg, OH 44087-2178 ( map ) (330) 405-9001 Free to attend. Call Tim Edgington for more information 330-425-1269. Business After Hours Sponsored by Hudson Chamber of Commerce Wednesday, June 9 5:00:00 PM – 6/9/2010 7:00:00 PM Bitter’s Bones & Barley 5827 Darrow Rd. Hudson, OH 44236 ( map ) Hudson’s newest BBQ restaurant and sports bar hosts this after-hours ... market research, surveys and trends
Business development center at Beachwood Chamber attracts Israeli ...
provides continuing education courses, and applied training and consulting services for biomedical companies, said Amir Malka, the company’s chief executive. His 10-year-old company has developed 350 courses, and does about 130 events for 8,500 people per year in Israel, Malka said. “The main service that we are going to establish also here in Beachwood, in Ohio, is continuing education for experts in the biomedical industry,” Malka said. “We locate the specific needs in regulations clinical trials, working methods and all the other skills they need to progress and develop new products.” ... market research, surveys and trends


Eaton Corp. gets $71 million from state to move from Cleveland to ...
Eaton Corp.'s move to a world headquarters in Chagrin Highlands began taking shape Monday, as state officials approved up to $71 million in tax breaks and attractive loans for a $170 million project. More incentives are on the way, local and state officials said. It's the cost of keeping a Fortune 500 company in the region, even if the apparent move to Beachwood means a corporate gap and psychological blow to downtown Cleveland, officials said. Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher, who doubles as the state's development chief, said Ohio must offer "generous" benefits to Eaton or risk losing the company to another state. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
President's Office | President's Biography
Dr. Chapdelaine has held increasingly progressive positions in the community college area for over thirty years. His doctoral work is in the application of behavioral learning theory as applied to teaching undergraduate Biology to non-majors. Significant course work was also done in Fisheries Biology, Experimental Psychology and Natural Resources. He has taught a variety of Biology courses. Chip, as Dr. Chapdelaine prefers to be called, is passionate about the community college movement, believing that the creation of the Community College movement was one of the most important actions taken in the history of education. The ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
In Brook Park, Brookgate managers welcome idea of Internet sweepstakes cafe
— Who would think that gaming parlors could help 1960s-era strip shopping centers such as Brookgate Shopping Center endure the hard-hit retail game? Richard Soclof, president of Soclof Enterprises, a management company for a partnership that owns the center, thinks so. He calls a sweepstakes Internet caf at Brookgate a “good fit.” Even so, Soclof is looking for something for Brookgate more redefining than a gaming parlor occupying a former greeting-card shop. That’s because a big piece of the Brookgate puzzle is the empty Tops grocery store, unused for 3½ years. In part because of the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Local Sports Briefs
LA PORTE — In the La Porte Babe Ruth Baseball League tournament, La Porte Seamless Gutter beat Spoor’s Auto Sales 9-2, sending it to the championship game tonight at 8 p.m. at Ron Reed Field. La Porte Seamless Gutter had stellar pitching from starting pitcher Coburn Hoffman, shutting down Spoor’s offense for the first five innings. Hoffman had five strikeouts and no walks, while Nick Latham threw the last two innings, giving up the only two runs scored in the game. Latham struck out four and walked one. La Porte Seamless Gutter had a great offensive game. Latham ripped a solo home run, two singles and scored ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Intellicorp-BCC Flier
The Beachwood Chamber of Commerce has created an alliance with ... As a Beachwood Chamber of Commerce member, you receive the added-value benefit of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
National Park Service: Resorts and Recreation (Bibliography)
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What is the building that is seen next to the Hollywood sign ...
That is the City of Los Angeles Central Communications Facility. It's just a utility building that supports all the radio, cell phone, and microwave towers used by LAPD, LAFD, LA Unified School District, and other city agencies. Since it is a central location that has direct-view access to all parts of Los Angeles (both the central city and the valley), it is a perfect location for those towers. The building itself has no name, and is just filled with electronics. Nothing exciting. Basically not much more than a large maintenance building for the antennas. There are currently no comments for this question. * You must be ...
Can anyone tell me exactly when in 1945 the "LAND" portion of the ...
On a day like today when the wind has cleared the air, it's a beautilful view. It seems like I can reach out an touch it.     It all started in 1923. When a large developer who owned a lot of land in LA. The developement company was named Hollywoodland Realty, and was planning to open a new development. They wanted to get the word out, and apparently there are no sign or zoning ordinances to get in the way of a really, really big sign.   So Hollywoodland Realty spent $21,000 and put up a gigantic sign that said HOLLYWOODLAND. The letters were 30 feet wide and 50 feet high. They ...