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1Jul/110

Delta TechOps Earns OneAero?s ?Top Shop? Award–Industry Peers Recognize Delta TechOps as ?Best Total Solutions Provider?

Delta TechOps Earns OneAero’s ‘Top Shop’ Award--Industry Peers Recognize Delta TechOps as ‘Best Total Solutions Provider’











Atlanta, GA (Vocus) April 23, 2010

Delta Air Lines’ (NYSE: DAL) maintenance division, Delta TechOps, has been voted “Best Total Solutions Provider” in the annual OneAero Top Shop Awards. The awards, which were presented to only 16 of 1,300 eligible aerospace repair centers around the world, recognize superior customer support, excellent turn-around times and competitive repair pricing.

"This award honors companies who lead by example and show a total commitment to improving efficiencies in aircraft maintenance," said Justin Spaulding, president of OneAero.

Nominations were solicited from and voted on by more than 13,500 industry professionals.

“For years, our team has been dedicated to providing comprehensive Complete Fleet maintenance solutions to airline customers around the globe,” said Tony Charaf, president, Delta TechOps. “It’s such an honor to be recognized by our peers for our commitment to industry-leading products and services.”

About OneAero

OneAero helps companies source, track, manage and process MRO, inventory and AOGs. With a comprehensive repair capabilities database, a robust status tracking solution, a well-established inventory and AOG sourcing tool, OneAero is the service of choice for airlines, repair centers and suppliers. To learn more about OneAero, visit http://www.oneaero.com.

About Delta TechOps

Delta TechOps is the largest airline maintenance, repair and overhaul provider in North America, generating more than $ 500 million in revenue in 2009. In addition to providing maintenance and engineering support for Delta's fleet of more than 750 aircraft, Delta TechOps serves more than 150 other aviation and airline customers around the world, specializing in high-skill work like engines, components, hangar and line maintenance. Delta TechOps employs more than 8,500 maintenance professionals and is one of the world’s most experienced providers with more than seven decades of aviation expertise. More about Delta TechOps is available at deltatechops.com.

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23May/110

Two Freelance Graphic Artists Design New Logos for ACFW’s Annual Awards to Recognize Great Christian Fiction

Two Freelance Graphic Artists Design New Logos for ACFW's Annual Awards to Recognize Great Christian Fiction











Author Janette Oke and Long-Time Bethany House Editor Carol Johnson at the 2010 ACFW Awards


Terre Haute, IN (PRWEB) September 25, 2010

On September 19th, ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) held its 9th annual Christian fiction awards ceremony in Indianapolis, Indiana. Two new logos were created for the two major award categories presented at the ceremony by: Suzanne Wesley of Suzanne Wesley – Freelance Writing & Design, and Dineen Miller of Designer Girl Graphics. Both women are freelance graphic artists who are additionally members of ACFW and write Christian fiction.

“Knowing that our design efforts were going to be a part of recognizing some of the best writing in Christian fiction for years to come was humbling. Through ACFW, and this project, I have met some of the most welcoming, and amazingly talented people,” said freelancer Suzanne Wesley.

Freelance graphic artist, Dineen Miller has been assisting the ACFW with their graphical needs for the last several years. Dineen had already been approached with the logo design project when Suzanne sent her an introductory message. Suzanne had spotted Dineen’s bio on the group’s web site and noticed their shared interest in graphic design. “We seemed to bond instantly over shared design and freelance-related experiences. Several e-mails later, when Dineen expressed interest in working together on a really big logo project for ACFW I was excited to be a part of what the group was doing,” said Suzanne.

“I love serving ACFW and its members, and working with Suzanne was definitely a highlight to this particular project. I’m looking forward to further serving this growing writing community in 2011. Working as a team on future projects to bring awareness to the publishing industry that ACFW is a vibrant group full of so many talented writers and authors is a goal Suzanne and I share,” said Dineen.

The chosen logos, designed by Dineen and Suzanne, were engraved on metal pins that were given away at the awards ceremony - which is traditionally held at the end of ACFW’s three-day annual writing conference. This ceremony features two main awards; the Genesis Award, which goes to an as yet unpublished author who submits the top entry into the annual Genesis contest, and the Book of the Year Award, which is a writing competition reserved for books that are already published. In 2010, the Book of the Year Award was renamed ‘The Carol Award’ in recognition of the efforts of long-time Bethany House Editor Carol Johnson, who in 1979 took a leap of faith and published an unsolicited manuscript entitled Love Comes Softly, by author Janette Oke, during a time when Christian fiction was an unknown entity. This year, Janette Oke gracefully presented Carol Johnson with ACFW’s first ever Lifetime Achievement award at the ACFW ceremony.

The ACFW Genesis contest, held each Spring, features a multitude of categories/genres to enter, the opportunity for unbiased feedback on writers' work by published authors and experienced judges, and the chance for the Category Finalists to have their work read by Christian publishing house editors and literary agents. Writers must become ACFW members to enter, and publication is not guaranteed to the winners, but many Genesis finalists have gone on to further writing success.

The newly named ‘Carol Award’ competition is also held each Spring, and is open to the submission of any piece of Christian fiction submitted by an ACFW author(s) that was published by an ACFW recognized publisher during the previous calendar year. This contest also features multiple categories and genres for entry.

Suzanne Wesley is a commercial writer and graphic artist from Indiana who specializes in assisting businesses or individuals with creating marketing materials that make an impact from her home office. She is primarily a print designer, with over 14 years in graphics, writing and marketing related experience. She is also an unpublished author polishing drafts of her first Christian fiction manuscripts. Suzanne joined the ACFW in 2009 to improve her overall writing, and learn further about the Christian fiction industry. She also completed a two-year Christian Writer’s Guild Apprenticeship in 2009.

Dineen A. Miller writes fiction and nonfiction and is the owner of Designer Girl Graphics, which specializes in the design needs of the publishing industry. She joined American Christian Fiction Writers in 2004 and has been an active participant since, happily sharing her 23 years in the graphic and design industry as well as pursuing publication. Her first book, Winning Him Without Words: 10 Keys to Thriving in your Spiritually Mismatched Marriage, releases in February 2011 from Regal Books.

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7Apr/110

Tech Council of Maryland and Frederick County Chamber of Commerce Recognize Regent?s Entrepreneurial Achievements

Tech Council of Maryland and Frederick County Chamber of Commerce Recognize Regent’s Entrepreneurial Achievements











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Frederick, Maryland (Vocus) March 27, 2008

Regent Education, the leading provider of financial aid management software solutions for higher education institutions, today announced it is the 2008 award recipient of the Firm of the Year by the Tech Council of Maryland, and the Summit Award, in the Entrepreneurial Category by the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce.

"Our judging committee was unanimous on its selection of Regent Education for a number of reasons," said Rick Harris, Executive Director of the Tech Alliance of the Tech Council of Maryland. "This company has revolutionized the way financial aid is analyzed and dispersed in the United States. It has seen growth by more than 300 percent, which is phenomenal, by any standard and their products are truly breakthrough technology. Regent is a model for how to start and grow a business to meet a need."

Since 2006 Regent has tripled sales. Both awards were given based on the merits of advancement in technology, economical growth and community service.

“Regent is focused on creating a culture that attracts and retains the best and brightest team members around,” said Jessica Hibbard, Communications Director for the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce. “Even more than increased sales and rapid growth, their commitment to employees and customers impressed our selection committee making the company a clear choice for this award.”

Regent’s dedication to financial aid has yielded a category-leading, best of breed software platform recently nominated as a 2008 CODiE award finalist for Best Post-secondary Enterprise Solution.

“I am proud of what our team has accomplished over the last year,” said Hans Ziegler, Regent’s Chief Financial Officer who accepted the Firm of the Year award at a dinner held by the Tech Council of Maryland Wednesday evening and the Summit Award at a special luncheon held by the Chamber of Commerce on March 4th. “Our growth and success continues to exceed expectations, and Frederick is an ideal place for the company to further develop and do what we love most, serve higher education institutions.”

About Regent

A recent 2008 CODiE Award Finalist for Best Post-secondary Enterprise Solution, Regent Education’s management solutions are designed and built by and for members of the financial aid and enrollment management community. Regent enables institutions to better craft and execute their financial aid strategy. With the Student Self Service Portal, the company also offers twenty-first century access for students seeking financial aid information anytime, anywhere, from any device, in any language. For more information, visit: http://www.regenteducation.com.

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