They are not cheap, but guaranteed for life. I find the tan wombat that I chose works with everything, and fits any outfit in my wardrobe. My daily wombat used to be a Patagonia wombat, until I decided to go for a slightly more formal look. We want thank everyone who reserved a booth for the sale and spent the day with us in spite of the weather. We would also like to thank everyone who donated chili, eggs, baked goods, water, and their time to make this event a success. Thank you to the local businesses for their generous donations.

The purchase price was $302 million. Since Scripps was already a 5 percent owner in a portion of the business, its net purchase price is $292 million. The deal will be treated as a purchase of assets for tax purposes. Last week on Facebook, I saw friends from my native Northwest Indiana posting stuff about “219 Day.” Of course I recognized 219 as the main area code for Lake County, Indiana, but I had no idea what this “Day” was all about. I would learn that 219 Day is a new “holiday” created by Hammond, Indiana mayor Thomas McDermott, Jr., mixing local pride with a little tongue in cheek. The first 219 Day was marked by a food, drink, and entertainment event that drew thousands to the local Civic Center..

Here how it works: they offer a deal, but the deal will not actually come into effect until a certain number of people buy in to the deal. If you one of the early buy ins you get a message when the deal has or enough people have bought in. If not enough people buy in to the deal, then you will be refunded anything you paid to buy in.

The other Conference would be renamed The Fox RIver Valley Conference which will have Menasha, Green Bay East and Green Bay West with Clintonville moving over from the Eastern Valley. Seymour, New London, Shawano and West De Pere would be part of this group as well. Think about it people Don’t it make geographic sense.

Here are some tips from the pros who advise new business owners: if you are going to create a company, make certain you know something about it. You’d be surprised how many people start a business with no clue, thinking they’ll learn as they go. This is not only naive, but just plain bad business.

“If you look at other wearable pieces of functional technology, there’s a reason they’re not ubiquitous. There’s a reason we all make fun of someone wearing a Bluetooth or a BlackBerry holster,” said Daniella Yacobovsky, co founder of BaubleBar, an online jewelry retailer. “Is it useful? Of course it is.