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26Jan/140

Check Out All New MogoTXT.com! See What NFL Stars Are Saying, Browse Thousands of Professional Photos, Shop Athlete-Branded Merchandise & More

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 19, 2010

MogoTXT, Inc., a celebrity-based global entertainment platform, announced today the launch of their new website that takes social media to a whole new level for celebrities and their fans. MogoTXT’s new website, http://mogotxt.com, unveils many exciting features and famous sports personalities.

MogoTXT is proud to welcome St. Louis Ram running back Steven Jackson to the website. He will be joining a number of top NFL stars on MogoTXT including:

Scott Fujita, linebacker, Cleveland

Alex Mack, center, Cleveland

Terrell Owens, wide receiver, Cincinnati

Percy Harvin, wide receiver, Minnesota

Marques Colston, wide receiver, New Orleans

There are many more NFL players, as well as popular NBA, FIFA and MMA personalities, that are joining the ever-growing list of athletes on MogoTXT.

The MogoTXT platform is designed to provide celebrities direct and immediate connection to their fans on MogoTXT and their followings on Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace. With this text-once-reach-all-fans convenience, MogoTXT offers celebrities an easy way to manage their public image, whenever they want, wherever they are.

MogoTXT makes it easy for fans to follow their favorite celebrities, read and hear what they are saying, and see what they are up to. Fans can sign-up for FREE* to receive text messages directly on their cell phone from MogoTXT’s celebrities. Fans can also listen to voice “Shout Outs” that many celebrities leave for their fans on MogoTXT.

MogoTXT provides users with the ultimate multimedia experience. ans can enjoy the comprehensive high-quality editorial coverage of NFL photos from Getty Images on MogoTXT. These images are displayed on Cool Iris walls found on each athlete’s MogoTXT page, and the content is updated regularly to feature photos from the latest NFL games. Fans can also post and share these photos on their own Facebook and Twitter pages.

MogoTXT also has a new Mogo Design Studio that is creating thousands of celebrity-branded logos and emblems that fans can collect and post on their Facebook and Twitter. MogoTXT is currently allowing fans to collect these “celebrity tokens” for free until Halloween!

Fans can now shop for and buy high quality, celebrity-branded merchandise at great prices on MogoTXT. The new online stores will carry a variety of professionally-designed T-Shirts, Hoodies, Hats and other apparel featuring custom celebrity logos and text messages posted to MogoTXT by celebrities. MogoTXT now sells merchandise for top NFL players including Steven Jackson, Peyton Manning, Aaron Rogers, Larry Fitzgerald, Chris Johnson and many others. MogoTXT is offering free shipping on all T-Shirts, Hoodies and Hats from now until Halloween!

*Standard text message rates may rates apply. Please check with your carrier for the terms of your current text-messaging plan.

About MogoTXT

San Francisco, California-based MogoTXT, Inc. is a celebrity-focused news and entertainment platform that delivers innovative and engaging online and mobile experiences for both celebrities and fans. MogoTXT lets users sign up to receive text messages from their favorite celebrities, and to follow conversations taking place among celebrities as they are happening. Users can also view high quality photographs and videoclips on MogoTXT, and share what content they like with friends and followers on Facebook and Twitter. MogoTXT provides celebrities with an easy and convenient way to reach their fans, along with a superior, rich media presentation. When celebrities text, their messages are instantly displayed on MogoTXT and automatically forwarded to their Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and personal websites. MogoTXT recently added celebrity-branded virtual goods and merchandise to its product and service offerings. For more information, please visit http://mogotxt.com.

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25Jul/130

MobiVis New Employee Charge Card to Provide Life-Enhancing Benefits for Thousands of Vietnamese Workers


Ho Chi Minh (PRWEB) June 13, 2013

Leading Vietnamese payment solutions provider, MobiVi, has announced the launch of its Employee Charge Card (ECC). The ECC is a major addition to MobiVis Employee Benefits Package, a B2B package designed to increase workforce retention and satisfaction by providing frontline workers with a suite of valuable incentives.

The ECC, through a partnership with Orient Commercial Bank (OCB), is an online bank account with card that allows employers easy management of expenses and payroll in addition to unlocking numerous benefits for employees. Employees within the system will gain access to reduced rates on everyday goods such as food, clothing, electronics, cell phone credit, and travel, from providers in MobiVi s merchant network. Additionally, the ECC provides employees with a number of financial benefits:

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17Sep/120

Joint Statistical Meetings Will Bring Thousands to San Diego for the Worlds Largest Annual Gathering of Statisticians


ALEXANDRIA, VA (PRWEB) July 17, 2012

Its the era of Big Data, and the 2012 Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM), the worlds largest annual gathering of statisticians, will embrace the topic as 6,000 statisticians descend on San Diego to shed light on the theme of Statistics: Growing to Serve a Data-Dependent Society. A comprehensive program of talks, roundtables and poster displays will look at the impact of Big Data and will demonstrate the application and contributions of statistics in many fields, including the economy, medicine, the census, climate change, sports and more.

As data proliferate, the work of statisticians becomes more and more critical to all aspects of society, said Ron Wasserstein, ASA executive director. The 2012 Joint Statistical Meetings will provide a forum for the worlds statisticians to discuss the ways in which data direct our focus on the problems of analyzing and utilizing Big Data and how statisticians can contribute to this evolving trend.

Note to editors: Members of the media are invited to participate in any or all of the sessions at JSM. Media registration is required; call Rosanne Desmone at 703.946.3820 or use the form at http://www.amstat.org/meetings/jsm/2012/pressregistrationform.cfm.

Keynote Speakers

Alan Kreuger, Chair of the Presidents Council of Economic Advisors, will give the Presidential address. (This annual presentation features a speaker invited by the ASA President.) Mr. Kreuger will speak on Monday, July 30, at 4 pm, in Ballroom 20AB of the convention center.
ASA President Robert N. Rodriguez will speak on Tuesday, July 31, at 8pm on Building the Big Tent for Statistics.
Jeff Wu, Georgia Tech, will deliver the annual Deming Lecture on Tuesday, July 31, at 4pm on Quality Evolution and Revolution: From Autos and Chips to Nano and Bio
Roderick Little, University of Michigan, gives the COPSS Fisher Lecture on Wednesday, August 2, at 4pm, on "In Praise of Simplicity, Not Mathematistry! Ten Simple, Powerful Ideas for the Statistical Scientist"

For more information on some of the JSM topics, visit the Highlighted Sessions page on the JSM web site at http://www.amstat.org/meetings/jsm/2012/highlightedsessions.cfm. Complete conference information is available at the JSM web site at http://www.amstat.org/meetings/jsm/2012/. The online program (http://www.amstat.org/meetings/jsm/2012/onlineprogram/index.cfm?fuseaction=main) contains information on all JSM sessions and can be searched on keywords, presenters name or affiliation.

Attendees

The JSM participants represent academia, business and industry, as well as federal, state, provincial, and local governments. The majority of participants about 85-90 percent -- are from the US; international participants represent every continent but Antarctica. More than 250 presenters and more than 700 attendees are from San Diego and other California locations. California presenters include California Secretary of State Jennie Bretschneider, plus academicians from San Diego State University, and many other California universities.

JSM is open to members of ASA as well as non-members and has special pricing for students, seniors, K-12 teachers, and also offers one-day registrations.

About JSM

JSM, which has been held annually since 1974, is conducted jointly with the American Statistical Association (ASA), the International Biometric Society (ENAR and WNAR), the Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS), the Statistical Society of Canada (SSC), the International Chinese Statistical Association, and the International Indian Statistical Association. JSM activities include oral presentations, panel sessions, poster presentations, continuing education courses, exhibit hall (with state-of-the-art statistical products and opportunities), career placement service, society and section business meetings, committee meetings, social activities, and networking opportunities. JSM 2013 will be held in Montreal, Canada, and JSM 2014 will be held in Boston, where ASA had its beginnings in 1839.

About the American Statistical Association

Headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, the American Statistical Association is the worlds largest community of statisticians and the second oldest continuously operating professional society in the United States. For more than 170 years, the ASA has supported excellence in the development, application, and dissemination of statistical science through meetings, publications, membership services, education, accreditation, and advocacy. Its members serve in industry, government, and academia in more than 90 countries, advancing research and promoting sound statistical practice to inform public policy and improve human welfare. For additional information about the American Statistical Association, please visit the ASA web site at http://www.amstat.org or call 703.684.1221.

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15Jul/110

CA Dental Hygienists? Association to Provide Care to Thousands of Uninsured at Southland?s Largest Free Public Health Clinic

CA Dental Hygienists’ Association to Provide Care to Thousands of Uninsured at Southland’s Largest Free Public Health Clinic











Providing dental hygiene services at last year's RAM event at The Forum in Inglewood (Los Angeles). LADHS members Laurel Bleak, standing, and Sharie Mikolajczyk seated.


Glendale, Calif. (PRWEB) April 26, 2010

The California Dental Hygienists' Association (CDHA) is mobilizing its members to provide free dental care beginning tomorrow to thousands of the Los Angeles area’s indigent, uninsured and underserved at one of the city’s largest public health clinics.

The eight-day free medical and dental health care event – under the auspices of a program known as Remote Access Medical (RAM) – will be open to the public beginning Tuesday, April 27 through May 3 at the Los Angeles Sports Arena, For the uninsured, underinsured, all are welcome for no charge.

“In past years, dental care has been one of the most sought after services at the health clinic,” said Laurel Bleak, president of the Los Angeles Dental Hygienists Society. “We have an epidemic in our state when it comes to oral disease and lack of care.”

Participating dental hygienists will not only be doing teeth cleanings, but will also conduct a wide range of public health services, including oral screening for cancer, malnutrition, diabetes and other diseases.

“This health clinic is a prime example of why our organization has fought so aggressively for the right to expand access to oral health care,” said CDHA president, Daphne Von Essen. “It breaks your heart to see how so many people are falling through the cracks because they don’t have insurance or the means to care for their health. Our participation in this event is immensely gratifying because we are able to reach those who need our care the most.”

In addition to providing the actual dental hygiene services, CDHA members are actively participating with doctors, dentists, non-profit clinics, and dental suppliers to make such a massive community health clinic a reality.

“We have been actively organizing the dental hygiene services, recruiting hygienists, obtaining donated supplies and instruments, and coordinating dental hygiene schools participation,” said Bleak of the LA Dental Hygienists Society.

For more information about the event and the role of dental hygienists play in public health, please visit the following web sites. http://www.cdha.org; http://www.ladhsociety.org ; http://www.Ramfreeclinic.org; and http://www.ramusa.org

The California Dental Hygienists’ Association (CDHA) is the authoritative voice of the state’s dental hygiene profession. The organization was established 20 years ago when two regional associations merged to form a unified professional group. CDHA represents thousands of dental hygienists throughout the state and is dedicated to expanding opportunities for the profession and access to care for all Californians. For more information, visit http://www.cdha.org

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8Apr/110

Dell’s Dirty Little Secret: Adding Memory is Easy — Unique ?Check My System? Memory Finder at 4 All Memory website saves tens of thousands of PC lives each month.

Dell's Dirty Little Secret: Adding Memory is Easy -- Unique “Check My System” Memory Finder at 4 All Memory website saves tens of thousands of PC lives each month.










St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) March 6, 2006

If the major computer manufacturers—Dell, Toshiba, IBM, HP/Compaq, Apple—had it their way, we would all buy a new desktop or notebook computer every few years. Annoyed by a once-fast machine that is now sluggish or performing poorly, that’s exactly what many of us do. But should we?

According to Larry Magid from CBSNews.com, probably not. In a recent article, he suggested that a memory upgrade may be all that’s needed to turn a cursable computer into a top performer again, saying: “Speaking of memory, you can never have enough of it. Many people have PCs and Macs that have 128 or 256 megabytes of memory. Unless they plan to get rid of those computers soon, they can enjoy increased performance and reliability by upgrading the memory to 512 MB or even a gigabyte.”

Up until now, most computer owners have been squeamish about even the easiest upgrades to their computer. But with the help of companies like 4 All Memory, it’s not only fast and easy, but as Magid states, “It's a very inexpensive way to get a lot more mileage out of their PC.” He suggests that his readers “visit 4allmemory.com and try out the site's "check my system" command that analyzes the PC and figures out exactly what memory it has and what memory you can buy to upgrade it.”

As 4 All Memory CEO Brian Way explains, “We help tens of thousands of people each month to extend the useful life of their computer by adding RAM, the short-term memory it uses to run smoothly. And installation is easy…businessmen, school teachers, teenagers, even grandmothers are typically able to upgrade their memory in ten minutes or less.”

4 All Memory is one of those consumer-friendly companies that Dell and the likes would prefer that people not discover. Why? Well, not only is upgrading the memory in an older computer smart, but even new computer buyers can save with 4 All Memory. Instead of buying additional memory from Dell at the time of purchase, more and more consumers are turning to 4 All Memory for additional RAM when they buy new equipment, avoiding the high mark-up on memory modules and other accessories from the manufacturers.

“And because we offer a lifetime warranty”, says Way, “our shoppers know that their memory upgrade is just the ticket they need for improved performance at a substantial savings. If they want, we even buy their old memory.”

About 4 All Memory

4 All Memory is a St. Louis-based computer accessories online retailer. In addition to computer memory, you can also find memory for digital cameras, printers, and MP3 players, as well as hard drives and other upgrades. For more information, please visit http://www.4allmemory.com.

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6Apr/110

Washington Summer Camp Inspires Digital Dream For Thousands of Digital Kids

Washington Summer Camp Inspires Digital Dream For Thousands of Digital Kids










Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 28, 2006

No one could accuse the founders of iD Tech Camps of lacking ambition. A family-run business, iD Tech Camps provides a weeklong day and overnight Washington summer camp for ages seven to 17 at the University of Washington and 39 other university locations nationwide including UC Berkeley, UCLA, Stanford University, MIT, Princeton and more. iD Tech Camps has impacted technology education for thousands of students in Washington and the rest of the country.

It all began as a dream to create a camp that would provide students with a dynamic, hands-on learning experience within a prestigious collegiate setting. Alexa Ingram-Cauchi, iD Tech Camps CFO, Co-Founder and University of Washington Alumna, worked with a team to submit a business plan for a kids’ technology camp to the first annual University of Washington Business Plan Competition.

“Lo and behold, our idea, plans and enthusiasm landed the team first prize and money to launch the idea,” said Ingram-Cauchi. “Years later, I garnered that knowledge and experience and went into business with my family. We developed the concept behind iD Tech Camps (aka “internalDrive”). Today, we are working with such innovative giants including Canon, Microsoft, Adobe and Apple and hosting camps across the nation at prestigious universities like the University of Washington, Stanford, UC Berkeley and MIT.”

Throughout rapid expansion, iD Tech Camps has continued to pursue excellence in its programs. The company maintains an average 6-1 ratio of students to instructors, giving them the flexibility to provide a fun and educational setting where students can articulate themselves in new and creative ways through technology. iD Tech Camps’ courses give students the opportunity to produce digital movies, create video games, design Websites, twist and warp digital photos, learn programming & robotics and more. Each student leaves camp with a completed project, new tech skills and new tech-confidence going into the new school year - to the delight of their parents.

“Both of my children love iD Tech Camps,” said parent Dawn Francisco, whose children attended iD Tech Camp at the University of Washington. “They especially like the freedom to be themselves and progress at their own speed.”

As students incorporate their new skills into their work, both at school and at home, they become technology mentors for their peers and their parents. “I sent my child to iD Tech Camps to learn Web design, and as a result I’ve hired her to help design and maintain my organization’s website,” said parent Yvonne Jones.

“We continue to challenge ourselves to pursue excellence in everything we do.” said Ingram-Cauchi. “The values of excellence that have driven us from the beginning, both as a family and as a business, have strengthened our program to the benefit of our campers. In the end, it is the students who prove to be the stars of iD Tech Camps with their enthusiasm, creativity and drive.”

About iD Tech Camps

Founded in 1999, iD Tech Camps provides weeklong hands-on technology summer camps for boys and girls ages 7-17 at 40 prestigious universities nationwide. The summer camp in Washington is located on the University of Washington campus. For more information visit http://www.internaldrive.com.

Visit http://washington.internaldrive.com or call 1-888-709-TECH (8324) for additional information about the iD Tech Camp summer camp in Washington

Media contact: Karen Thurm Safran, iD Tech Camps, 408-666-8353

You can download photos from http://www.internalDrive.com/press_photos.htm

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25Mar/110

Credit Union Members Save Thousands on New Chrysler Group LLC Incentives

Credit Union Members Save Thousands on New Chrysler Group LLC Incentives











America's Credit Unions are Promoting Discounts with American Companies


Livonia, MI (Vocus) November 4, 2009

With new ownership and a fresh start, Chrysler Group LLC and America’s credit unions are excited to offer new discounts through the “Invest in America” program. By offering “Affiliate Rewards” to credit union members and knowing the loyalty credit union members have toward domestic vehicles, the partnership is expected to once again match members with Chrysler Group LLC’s outstanding line of vehicles.

Credit union members will receive preferred pricing on all 2009 Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge and Ram Truck vehicles and a select number of 2010 vehicles. These discounts are available to members regardless of where they gain financing. More than 2,000 credit unions in all 50 states have been promoting the “Invest in America” discounts and more importantly are driving members back to the domestic automakers.

“As ‘Invest in America’ sales pass 200,000 vehicles, research shows that credit union members are increasingly coming back to the domestic brands,” said David Adams, CUcorp CEO. “Chrysler’s new incentives offer another reason to buy now and help support American workers and American companies while also owning great vehicles at super values. ‘Invest in America’ is not only providing quality discounts, but it is helping communities across the country and our national economy.”

CUcorp research shows that almost 40 percent of credit union members, who bought through the “Invest in America” program, previously owned a competitor’s brand. The research also shows that members overwhelmingly found the discount to be very important in their decision to purchase a domestic vehicle. The Chrysler Group LLC “Affiliate Rewards” program runs from November 3 through November 30.    

“Chrysler Group is pleased to further our partnership with America’s credit unions by offering preferred pricing to the more than 90 million credit union members,” said Steven Beahm, vice president–sales operations, Chrysler Group LLC. “We believe the preferred pricing, coupled with available incentives, will give credit union members the help they need to purchase the new Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge or Ram Truck they are shopping for.”

Credit unions’ share of auto financing, spurred in part by the “Invest in America” discounts, is growing across the country. In Michigan for example, credit unions’ share of auto loans grew 32 percent from June 2008 to June 2009, a record for credit unions. Because of conservative lending strategies and their not-for-profit structure, credit unions are strong and have money to lend to their members, despite the national credit crunch. Credit unions have financed more than $ 3.1 billion worth of vehicles through the “Invest in America” program. Historically, credit unions offer lower loan rates than other financial institutions. According to a Datatrac survey of more than 17,000 financial institutions, the average credit union loan rate is 5.8 percent compared to 7.0 percent for the average bank rate.

Each “Invest in America” program is explained in detail on lovemycreditunion.org. “Invest in America” is also currently offering discounts with GM, Sprint, Thor Industries, and Allied Moving and Storage. FTD Florists and CU Benefits are the newest partners to offer credit union discounts through the “Invest in America” program beginning November 1.

CUcorp, a marketing company based in Livonia, Michigan, holds contracts with Chrysler and other U.S. based companies for exclusive credit union member discounts through the “Invest in America” program. Its role is to provide marketing and technology support for credit unions on these membership enhancement programs. For more information on Invest in America, visit http://www.lovemycreditunion.org or follow Lovemycreditunion on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/LoveMyCU.

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15Mar/110

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger could place thousands of computers in California’s schools.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger could place thousands of computers in California's schools.










Sacramento, California (PRWEB) January 1, 2004

Computer Recycling for Education Training Consultants announce the launch of their new website, http://www.computerecycleforeduc.com. This new website will provide anyone better access to Computer Recycling for Education’s products, services, and background. Computers recycled and placed in schools are the best way to reduce ewaste and protect the environment. Education, students and the environment benefit. Additionally, the new site will include banner advertising, updated links, and a forum to facilitate the use of Best Practices for computer recycling and electronics waste management.

“Our new website has completely changed how we do business,” said Al Chaney, President of Computer Recycling for Education Training Consultants. “We will be able to offer partnerships, distributorships, products, and consulting services to help clients recycle computers and reduce electronics waste.” As an expert in electronics waste management and computer recycling, Mr. Chaney is available to conduct speaking engagements at conventions, workshops, colleges, seminars, as well as to make radio and television appearances.

Our how-to manual, Computer Recycling for Education (ISBN: 0-9658664-0-8) is available through Barnes & Noble. It is a blueprint that could help Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger reduce ewaste, meet the mandates of SB 20 and provide much needed computers for California schools.

The new Computer Recycling for Education website will allow book fulfillment orders through Barnes & Noble’s website, and will greatly improve the customer services of Computer Recycling for Education.

Through this new website, Computer Recycling for Education plans to be a major influence in the war to reduce electronics waste, the fastest growing environmental problem in the United States and the world.

Al Chaney is currently working with several entities to expand their web presences through collaborations. His article for Waste Age Magazine is scheduled to appear in the February issue. For more information or to make an appointment you may contact Al Chaney at 916-354-3833, or by email at ecycleit@sbcglobal.net.

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15Mar/110

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger could place thousands of computers in California’s schools.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger could place thousands of computers in California's schools.










Sacramento, California (PRWEB) January 1, 2004

Computer Recycling for Education Training Consultants announce the launch of their new website, http://www.computerecycleforeduc.com. This new website will provide anyone better access to Computer Recycling for Education’s products, services, and background. Computers recycled and placed in schools are the best way to reduce ewaste and protect the environment. Education, students and the environment benefit. Additionally, the new site will include banner advertising, updated links, and a forum to facilitate the use of Best Practices for computer recycling and electronics waste management.

“Our new website has completely changed how we do business,” said Al Chaney, President of Computer Recycling for Education Training Consultants. “We will be able to offer partnerships, distributorships, products, and consulting services to help clients recycle computers and reduce electronics waste.” As an expert in electronics waste management and computer recycling, Mr. Chaney is available to conduct speaking engagements at conventions, workshops, colleges, seminars, as well as to make radio and television appearances.

Our how-to manual, Computer Recycling for Education (ISBN: 0-9658664-0-8) is available through Barnes & Noble. It is a blueprint that could help Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger reduce ewaste, meet the mandates of SB 20 and provide much needed computers for California schools.

The new Computer Recycling for Education website will allow book fulfillment orders through Barnes & Noble’s website, and will greatly improve the customer services of Computer Recycling for Education.

Through this new website, Computer Recycling for Education plans to be a major influence in the war to reduce electronics waste, the fastest growing environmental problem in the United States and the world.

Al Chaney is currently working with several entities to expand their web presences through collaborations. His article for Waste Age Magazine is scheduled to appear in the February issue. For more information or to make an appointment you may contact Al Chaney at 916-354-3833, or by email at ecycleit@sbcglobal.net.

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Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger could place thousands of computers in California schools.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger could place thousands of computers in California schools.










Sacramento, California (PRWEB) January 1, 2004

Computer Recycling for Education Training Consultants announce the launch of their new website, http://www.computerecycleforeduc.com. This new website will provide anyone better access to Computer Recycling for Education’s products, services, and background. Computers recycled and placed in schools are the best way to reduce ewaste and protect the environment. Education, students and the environment benefit. Additionally, the new site will include banner advertising, updated links, and a forum to facilitate the use of Best Practices for computer recycling and electronics waste management.

“Our new website has completely changed how we do business,” said Al Chaney, President of Computer Recycling for Education Training Consultants. “We will be able to offer partnerships, distributorships, products, and consulting services to help clients recycle computers and reduce electronics waste.” As an expert in electronics waste management and computer recycling, Mr. Chaney is available to conduct speaking engagements at conventions, workshops, colleges, seminars, as well as to make radio and television appearances.

Our how-to manual, Computer Recycling for Education (ISBN: 0-9658664-0-8) is available through Barnes & Noble. It is a blueprint that could help Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger reduce ewaste, meet the mandates of SB 20 and provide much needed computers for California schools.

The new Computer Recycling for Education website will allow book fulfillment orders through Barnes & Noble’s website, and will greatly improve the customer services of Computer Recycling for Education.

Through this new website, Computer Recycling for Education plans to be a major influence in the war to reduce electronics waste, the fastest growing environmental problem in the United States and the world.

Al Chaney is currently working with several entities to expand their web presences through collaborations. His article for Waste Age Magazine is scheduled to appear in the February issue. For more information or to make an appointment you may contact Al Chaney at 916-354-3833, or by email at ecycleit@sbcglobal.net.

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