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The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. Launches New Exclusive Brand Le Tigre for Spring

Milwaukee – The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. (NASDAQ: BONT), parent company of Bon-Ton, Bergner’s, Boston Store, Carson’s, Elder-Beerman, Herberger’s and Younkers department stores, has launched a new men’s and women’s exclusive brand collection, Le Tigre. The modern American sportswear brand, known for its iconic polo and white T-shirt with a tiger patch, originally launched in 1977 and is making a comeback with updated styles exclusively available at Bon-Ton. The collection has been designed to appeal to men and women with classic American style who are looking to add excitement and color to their wardrobes. The collection is now available in 150 select Bon-Ton stores and online at

The key item in the men’s collection is the classic polo, which is offered in three styles including, the Solid Pique Polo, the Rugby Stripe Polo and the Feeder Stripe Polo. The polos are offered in 15 different colors and patterns. Additional styles offered for men include crewneck tees, V- neck tees, long sleeved button-down shirts, belted shorts, and swim trunks.

Staple items from the women’s selection include the Tiger Crest Polo, available in 12 different shades and patterns; the Everyday Tee, existing in nine solid colors; the button-down Suburban Shirt in five colors and patterns; as well as Fitted Chic Chino Pants and Weekend Shorts in five hues.

“Bon-Ton is very excited to be the exclusive retailer for Le Tigre. We know that our customers will identify strongly with this classic American brand. It offers a wide range of colors and styles for both men and women as well as terrific value,” said Kathryn Bufano, president and chief executive officer of The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc.

The men’s offerings range from $32-$75, and the women’s offerings range from $36-$68. The spring collection is made from pima cotton, cotton, spandex pique, spandex jersey, and cotton French terry and are full of bright colors, striped styles and bold patterns.

MCW names new vice president and general counsel

John T. (Jack) Newsome, MBA, JD, has been named vice president and general counsel for the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW). Newsome currently serves as senior vice president and corporate counsel for Continuum Health Alliance in Marlton, NJ.

In his role at MCW, Newsome will serve as chief legal officer and a member of the institution’s senior leadership team. He will oversee all aspects of legal counsel to MCW including trustee, faculty, student and staff affairs; regulatory matters; labor and employment litigation; and financial and research concerns; and will work collaboratively with risk assessment and compliance. In addition, Newsome will advise on sponsored programs and contract matters including intellectual property, copyright, patent law and research compliance.

Newsome has more than 17 years of experience as a practicing attorney representing healthcare entities, as well as 25 years of healthcare leadership experience in private, public, not-for-profit and governmental entities. He has held leadership positions for institutions including Continuum Health Alliance, The University of Mississippi Medical Center and Cooper Health System in Camden, NJ. In these roles, Newsome contributed to institutional planning, development, academic, building and technology initiatives to address strategic goals in addition to leading their legal efforts.

In addition to his legal career, Newsome has held numerous academic appointments including associate professor ofmedicine at the University of Mississippi School of Medicine,associate professor of physical therapy at the University of Mississippi School of Health Related Professions and adjunctprofessor of law at the Widener University School of Law. He also was a member of Board of Advisors at the Health Law Institute at Widener School of Law and Co-Chair of the Health Law Committee of the Camden County (NJ) Bar Association.

Newsome holds an undergraduate degree in physical therapy from Thomas Jefferson University, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Widener University School of Management and a Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Widener University School of Law.

His new position is effective June 1, 2015.

Sturgis, South Dakota, Harley-Davidson and Sturgis city officials announced that The Motor Company will build a permanent year-round space for riders at the corner of Main St. and Harley-Davidson Way (formerly 2nd St.). Called the Harley-Davidson Rally Point, it will include a stage for events, concerts and weddings. Plans also call for an elevated area that will allow riders to take pictures of their motorcycles with the Sturgis sign serving as a backdrop.

“Sturgis is a mecca for riders around the world. The Harley-Davidson Rally Point establishes a new site in downtown Sturgis for people to gather year round,” said Bill Davidson, great-grandson of Harley-Davidson founder William A. Davidson and vice president of the Harley-Davidson Museum. “The renaming of 2nd Street to Harley-Davidson Way honors the legacy of our company’s founders along with all the extraordinary men and women who ride our motorcycles.”

Riders on three Harley-Davidsons: a 1978 Super Glide with a Shovelhead engine, a 2015 Street 750, and a Project LiveWire broke ground today on the new space, which will be open in time for the 75th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, which starts August 1.

Officials from Sturgis and employees from Harley-Davidson worked with FourFront Design, Inc. of Rapid City to develop the final design and renderings. “Breaking ground on The Rally Point solidifies Harley-Davidson’s presence in Sturgis,” said Sturgis Mayor Mark Carstensen.

“The Rally Point will be a hub for riders during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and it will serve as a gathering point for the citizens of Sturgis throughout the year.”

Fun fact: To ensure the new multi-purpose space builds on the legacy of Harley-Davidson, 74 bricks from the company’s Milwaukee headquarters—a building that once housed the company’s factory dating back more than 100 years—and one brick from the Harley-Davidson Museum will be integrated into The Rally Point’s final construction.

For the ceremonial groundbreaking, the bricks traveled 900 miles from Milwaukee on Harley-Davidson motorcycles and were delivered to Mayor Carstensen by members of the Harley Owners Group. Motocross star Carey Hart, the Grand Marshal of the 2015 Sturgis City of Riders Mayor’s Ride, received the bricks along with Carstensen.

OneJet Service between Milwaukee and Indianapolis to Begin April 6th

Indianapolis – OneJet today announces nonstop service between Milwaukee and Indianapolis. Flights will be offered Monday through Thursday, featuring one hour gate-to-gate service, TSA precheck access for eligible customers, expedited boarding, and complimentary on board amenities.

Service to Indianapolis begins on April 6th, with tickets now on sale via select corporate and online retailers, including American Express Global Business Travel and Expedia. Inventory will be limited during the introductory period.

The Hawker 400 service will be operated by OneJet’s regional operating partner, Pentastar Aviation.

Today’s announcement represents the culmination of a multi-year, national scale initiative to introduce demand responsive transportation networks within the eastern U.S. Such networks can sustainably provide consumers increased access to nonstop travel options, at relatively low cost. The opening of OneJet Service between Milwaukee and Indianapolis is the first step in a multi-phase roll out of the program from Indianapolis over the coming months.

Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Transportation John Porcari, a senior advisor to the OneJet program, stated: “This has been a multi-faceted effort incorporating leadership from across the transportation industry, including former senior leadership from the U.S. major airlines, the U.S. Department of Transportation, leading aircraft manufacturers, and TSA. As OneJet Service is gradually introduced, communities such as Indianapolis and Milwaukee will see increased nonstop connectivity and improved travel options.”

John Pistole, the recently retired head of the Transportation Security Administration, added: “OneJet Service will deliver a truly innovative and beneficial service enhancement for travelers, leveraging our transportation system’s existing operational capabilities to create increased nonstop accessibility.”

Lesley Conzelman, Senior Vice President, Sales and Distribution, for the OneJet program, stated: “This service will deliver a new level of simplicity and convenience for regional business travelers, with nonstop travel options easily accessible via existing booking tools and point of sale.” OneJet corporate retail partners include the nation’s largest corporate travel managers, including American Express Global Business Travel, Carlson Wagonlit Travel, and BCD Travel. “We look forward to continuing to work with our distribution partners to ensure OneJet Service is easily available to travelers as the program rolls out over the coming two to three years.”

Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele concluded: “The selection of Milwaukee as an inaugural market for OneJet Service is exciting news for travelers across the region who are continuing to see new and expanded service at MKE. OneJet’s innovative business model can provide significant convenience and time savings to travelers heading to Indianapolis. We are always looking for more options for those who travel out of Mitchell and when companies can successfully accomplish that, we’re committed to helping them succeed and expand. We congratulate the OneJet program on its Milwaukee launch and look forward to seeing them expand service in the next few years.”

031115business-pix1onlineMilwaukee – The United Performing Arts Fund (UPAF) is pleased to announce the addition of Michael Kellman, senior vice president of lending for North Shore Bank, to its board of directors. Kellman will serve as a representative of Next Generation UPAF, sponsored by We Energies Foundation. Next Generation UPAF is an affinity program for donors age 45 and under.

“Mike will be a tremendous asset as a member of the UPAF Board of Directors,” said Curt Culver, UPAF Board chair. “His professional experience coupled with his involvement with Next Generation UPAF will give him a distinct perspective that is valuable for both the board and the organization as a whole. We are excited for the passion, energy and expertise Mike will bring to the table.”

Along with serving on the UPAF Board, Kellman is chairman of the UPAF Westside Cabinet and the previous chairman of the National Advisory Council of First Data, and he is involved with Next Generation UPAF, Milwaukee Rotary Club, Wisconsin Bankers Association and Wisconsin Mortgage Bankers Association. He holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Maryland along with degrees in finance and economics from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

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MADISON – The Assembly Committee on Transportation voted today in favor of increasing the maximum speed limit to 70 miles per hour.

“I am very pleased,” said Representative Paul Tittl (R-Manitowoc), author of the bill.  This is a common sense bill that Democrats and Republicans support.”

The committee rejected an amendment that would have allowed the Wisconsin Department of Transportation to establish a 65 mph limit for commercial vehicles.

“Highways are safer when traffic is flowing at the same speed,” said Rep. Tittl.  “Split speeds for commercial vehicles disrupt that flow.”

Traffic safety engineers say the safest place to set the speed limit is the point at which 85% of the people are driving at or below.  The current 85% percentile speed hour on numerous highway segments throughout the state is over 70 miles per.

“Increasing the speed limit is primarily about safety and bringing traffic closer to that 85thpercentile,” said Rep. Tittl.  “That change should help to make our interstates and freeways safer,” he said.

The committee votes was 14-1 in favor of the 70 mph limit.  The bill will head to the Assembly floor later this month.

Milwaukee, WI – Women’s Day, observed annually on March 8, is a time to express respect, appreciation and love and to celebrate achievements. It is a time to recognize the amazingly influential women throughout history and today – from business to politics to athletics to philanthropy to celebrity. And to celebrate the amazing women we interact with on a daily basis. Around the world, many people give flowers and other small gifts to their mothers, wives, grandmothers and daughters, as well as coworkers, teachers and friends in recognition of Women’s Day. Research at Rutgers University demonstrates flowers create instant delight and increase happiness and life satisfaction, making flowers a top choice for celebrations.

“Is there any better way to honor or show respect and appreciation for someone than with a beautiful bouquet of flowers?” said Nikki, Vice President of Welke’s House of Roses in Milwaukee.

Lemler provides the following recommendations for Women’s Day:

Lovely Ladies. A fabulous flowering plant or a garden-style arrangement with greens and soft pastel hues – no matter what the flower – will send the message of love to your mom, grandmothers, aunts, sisters and daughters.

Gal Pals. Flowers to show friends or neighbors that you appreciate them have a natural, just-picked feeling. Garden-style flowers or a bright bold color palette are fun and whimsical options. A basket with a mix of flowering and green plants delivered to her door or office is also a sure-fire winner.

Professional Connections. Giving flowers to clients and employees is a sophisticated way to recognize workplace accomplishments, and a thoughtful way of saying “I appreciate all you do” to teachers and childcare professionals. A mixed floral arrangement of reds, rich oranges and fuchsias inspires and energizes. Another color combination is bright oranges and lime greens. Those colors together are contemporary, generate energy and excitement, and are perfect for showing thanks and appreciation.

Wonderful Wife. Note your wife’s favorite flowers – the varieties at your wedding, flowers you sent her when you first started dating or the ones she buys for herself. What is her favorite color? Those flowers will have great meaning and impact.

Just Between Friends (JBF) has announced two up coming Spring Children’s and Maternity Consignment Sales for the metro area.  A Germantown/Port Washington sale will be held March 11-15 at the Washington County Fairgrounds and a Milwaukee County sale will take place April 19-25 in the Wisconsin Exposition Center at Wisconsin State Fair Park.

JBF’s Germantown/Port Washington sale will be open to the public on Wednesday and Thursday, March 11-12, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday, March 13, and Saturday, March 14, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and Sunday, March 15, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Admission on Wednesday is $3 with free admission on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

The Milwaukee County JBF sale will be open to the public Sunday through Wednesday, April 19-22, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Thursday, April 23, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Friday, April 24, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and Saturday, April 25, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  On Sunday, a $3 admission fee will be charged, and on the remaining sale days, admission is free.

JBF events offer “gently loved” and “new” children’s clothing in sizes 0 to 18, maternity clothes in sizes XS to plus, shoes in sizes infant to 6 or 7, as well as toys, board and electronic games, DVDs, and books. All clothing items and shoes are inspected before the event for current fashion, stains, and tears. Items will be organized like a children’s store, where everything is divided by gender and size. Each event features new and different items. The spring sales will feature spring and summer clothing items.

“A great many families look forward to these big money-saving events, so the service Just Between Friends sales bring to the community is extremely valuable,” said Ammie Maltz, organizer of the JBF Germantown sale.

Melissa Monsoor, co-organizer of the Milwaukee County sale pointed out, “We will have everything from maternity clothing to wipe warmers to the latest fashions from Justice or Gymboree to Fisher Price and Little Tikes playground toys, along with other high interest toys and children’s electronics.”

To learn more about opportunities and rewards for joining the team for each sale, visit Consignors utilize an exclusive, free barcode tagging system to tag items, track daily sales, and manage an accurate, itemized list of any unsold, fashionable, and desirable items that are then donated on behalf of JBF and the consignors to area charities including the Salvation Army for families in need.

Just Between Friends serves more than 260,000 American families in 22 states and provides an opportunity for families to recycle their kids’ clothing and toys. Wisconsin currently offers five JBF sales events, with each independently operated.

The Salvation Army is an international movement located in over 100 countries around the world. It has been serving communities in the Greater Milwaukee area for over 100 years.

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021815business pix1WEST ALLIS, Wis. – Feb. 2015 – Wisconsin State Fair officials are excited to announce the first show slated for the Main Stage presented by Potawatomi Hotel & Casino during this year’s State Fair. Iconic classic rock band Boston will take the stage on opening night, Thursday, Aug. 6, at 7:30 p.m. The 2015 Wisconsin State Fair, presented by U.S. Cellular, will run through Sunday, Aug. 16 at Wisconsin State Fair Park in West Allis, Wis.

Original guitarist, keyboardist, songwriter and producer Tom Scholz and his band will perform at State Fair as part of another highly anticipated tour, following a successful run last year that included dates in the U.S. and Japan.

A staple on every classic rock fan’s playlist, Boston’s numerous hits include “More Than a Feeling,” “Peace of Mind,” “Don’t Look Back” and “Amanda.” With more than 31 million albums sold to date, Boston has stood the test of time, as evidenced by live audiences that span generations.

Current band members include Tom Scholz, Gary Phil, Curly Smith, Kimberley Dahme, Jeff Neal, Tommy DeCarlo and Tracy Ferrie. For more information visit www.bandboston.comand

Tickets for Boston will be $39 and $29 and go ON SALE Friday, March 6 at 10 a.m. at and the State Fair Ticket Office. The Ticket Office is located at 7722 W. Greenfield Ave. and is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Service fees apply to all online orders and purchasers will have print-at-home or mail-order options. All State Fair Main Stage tickets INCLUDE FAIR ADMISSION when purchased prior to entering the Fair Park.

The 2015 Wisconsin State Fair, presented by U.S. Cellular, will take place Thursday, Aug. 6 – Sunday, Aug. 16. For the most up-to-date information, “stick with us” at or /WiStateFair on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest, and /theWIFair on YouTube.

MILWAUKEE – Shoot the Moon Photography is pleased to announce a new addition to its team. Scott Patrick joined the Shoot the Moon as Operations Manager in January. He is a seasoned veteran of the photography industry with over 30 years of experience. “I am very excited join Shoot the Moon Photography. It is one of the top studios in the country and I’m honored to now lead such a fine studio and group of photographers,” Mr. Patrick says.

Shoot the Moon Photography specializes in capturing the unique personality of each person they photograph. These images are presented not just as simple photographs but large scale works of art that are the focal point of your home and often enhanced with oils, watercolors, lacquer textures and distinctive digital techniques. Mr. Patrick continues, “While digital photography is ubiquitous in our everyday lives, it takes a special group of artisans to create truly exquisite and personalized art that families can invest in and enjoy.”

Scott Patrick is a native of the Milwaukee area growing up in Waukesha and receiving his Bachelors and Master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. “I was very fortunate to have parents and teachers that nurtured my early passion for photography and helped me hone my skills and turn that passion into a successful career.”

He started working in the professional photography field at age 15 when he photographed his first wedding and then at a commercial photography studio. Throughout his career he worked as a newspaper photojournalist, darkroom technician and commercial studio manager all while operating his own wedding and portrait studio. “I have been so fortunate to document over 1000 weddings and events throughout my career. I have also created over 1000 head shots from coast to coast for several top US corporations including GE Healthcare, Foley and Lardner and BDO,” Scott says. “My biggest thrill was being selected to photograph President Bill Clinton during a week-long conference in Chicago.”

“I couldn’t think of a better person to join the team at Shoot the Moon,” says Joy Vertz, founder of Shoot the Moon Photography. “I’ve known and worked with Scott for over seven years. He knows the studio, knows my staff and understands the needs and desires of our clientele. I will continue to photograph and work closely with my wonderful clients at Shoot the Moon. Now that Scott is taking care of daily operations, I will be able to also continue to pursue my photography teaching career and travel the country to show new photographers how to succeed in the business of photography.”

Shoot the Moon is known for its quality and the wonderful experience clients have while creating memorable works of photographic art. That quality and experience won’t change. Some of the changes Scott will make is in the re-introduction of wedding and event services to Shoot the Moon as well as expanding the studio’s commercial photography services and growing traffic at the Lake Country studio.

Before reading, writing and arithmetic, pre-literacy skills are the essential stepping stones to a child’s success in school. Pre-literacy skills include print awareness, vocabulary, letter knowledge, phonological awareness and comprehension skills, which put children on track to achieve reading milestones in each grade level.

One of the best ways for children to improve their pre-literacy skills is parent/child reading time. However, whether due to lack of resources or time, children in need often do not receive as much of this crucial reading time and thus fall behind in their pre-literacy skills and later education. A study released by the American Educational Research Association found that “a student who can’t read on grade level by 3rd grade is four times less likely to graduate by age 19 than a child who does read proficiently by that time. Add poverty to the mix, and a student is 13 times less likely to graduate on time than his or her proficient, wealthier peer.”

Through the Kohl’s Building Blocks program, Penfield Children’s Center strives to close the achievement gap and develop pre-literacy skills among children, ages 0-4, in its classrooms. These crucial skills will help to ensure their success later on in school. The Kohl’s Building Blocks program works to develop pre-literacy skills with three program pillars:

·   The Kohl’s Child Development Library: The Kohl’s Child Development Library is located within Penfield Children’s Center. The library provides children and families with age-appropriate books for take-home use as well as specialized equipment and other early childhood development and educational materials.

·   Kohl’s Building Blocks Community Outreach and Education: Kohl’s Building Blocks Community Outreach and Education is available to Milwaukee and surrounding communities. Its specialized hands-on workshops provide quality resources and information to children, parents and professionals. The “Importance of Reading” workshop specifically educates parents about the importance of pre-literacy for their children as they grow.

·  Kohl’s Early Learning Toolkits:Upon enrollment in the program, children and families are provided with age-appropriate toys and books that stimulate and encourage continuous development at home.  Toolkits are also handed out at outreach events and family programs such as the Penfield Family Reading Nights.

IHOP® restaurants are celebrating the tenth anniversary of National Pancake Day on March 3, 2015, once again offering one free short stack of their famous buttermilk pancakes to guests to enjoy in our restaurants in the hopes that they will pay it forward by making a voluntary donation to their local Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Shriners Hospital for Children, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society or other local charities

Participating IHOP Restaurants plan to give away millions of free pancakes,” from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3 to celebrate this “Decade of Giving”.

More than 1,500 IHOP restaurants across the United States will participate in this beloved annual event which, to date, has raised $16 million for charity. All of the donations raised stay within the communities, helping provide lifesaving treatment and equipment for local sick and injured children.

In 2015, National Pancake Day continues to spread throughout the world: for the second year in a row, IHOP restaurants in Canada and Mexico will participate in the fundraiser, joined for the first time by IHOP restaurants in the Philippines. IHOP restaurants in Canada will again support the Children’s Miracle Network and IHOP restaurants in Mexico will raise money for Asociación Mexicana de Ayuda a Niños con Cáncer, (AMANC) that provides accommodations and resources to children undergoing treatment for cancer and their families. IHOP restaurants in the Philippines will be raising funds for The Kythe Foundation, which provides children with cancer and chronic illness opportunities to learn, play and grow while they are in the hospital.

“It’s both incredible and incredibly gratifying that we are now marking a full decade of National Pancake Day, which has become not only a favorite of guests, but of our franchisees and team members,” said Julia Stewart, Interim President, International House of Pancakes, LLC.  “Little did we dream, ten years ago, that thanks to the generosity of our guests, we would be able to raise $16 million dollars, one short stack at a time, and make a substantial difference in the lives of the children in our local communities!”

“It is also thrilling to see National Pancake Day grow into International Pancake Day, and to see how truly global the spirit of giving back to the community is,” added Stewart. “Now that the tradition has become established in Canada and Mexico, we look forward to welcoming our restaurants in the Philippines to this worldwide effort, and to continuing this international growth for many decades to come.”

In the weeks leading up to National Pancake Day, participating IHOP restaurants will also sell “Miracle Balloons” for $1, $5 to benefit Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. The balloons will be available from Feb. 1through National Pancake Day, and all proceeds will go to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Guests who purchase a $5 Miracle Balloon will receive a $5 discount coupon that can be used during their next dining visit.  Similar icons are for sale in those restaurants supporting the Shriners Hospitals for Children and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society as well.

A una semana de haber completado la adquisición de la compañía mexicana de telefonía móvil Iusacell, AT&T* anunció hoy que su paquete de llamadas internacionales, AT&T World Connect Value, ahora ofrecellamadas ilimitadas desde los EE. UU. a cualquier número de teléfono en México, incluyendo móviles, sin ningún cargo adicional.  Los clientes actuales de AT&T World Connect, tanto consumidores como negocios, automáticamente reciben este beneficio.

El año pasado AT&T introdujo mensajes de texto, video e imagines ilimitados al mundo con el paquete Mobile Share Value, y ahora los clientes de Mobile Share Value pueden seguir disfrutando decontinuos ahorros, con llamadas ilimitadas a México bajo el paquete World Connect Value.

“Estamos buscando constantemente oportunidades para demostrar nuestro agradecimiento a los clientes”, señaló David Christopher, Director Ejecutivo de Mercadeo de AT&T Mobility. “México es el país al que más llaman nuestros clientes del servicio móvil, y ahora pueden llamar todo lo que quieran con nuestro paquete World Connect Value optimizado”.

El paquete World Connect Value de AT&T tiene un precio de $5 al mes por línea y ofrece llamadas ilimitadas a México sin ningún cargo adicional, al igual que tarifas bajas al llamar desde los EE.UU. a más de 225 países.

Disponible a los clientes del servicio móvil de pospago de AT&T, incluidos los que tienen un servicio telefónico residencial, el paquete AT&T World Connect Value ofrece ahorros significantes en comparación a tarifas basadas en el uso. Además este paquete ofrece a los clientes de AT&T la conveniencia de utilizar su dispositivo móvil para llamar directamente a sus familiares y amigos alrededor del mundo.

MILWAUKEE, WI – Bolzano Artisan Meats School Of Butchering And Charcuterie is proud to announce that they are now offering classes expressly for teens.

With the number of high school culinary competition teams growing, kids becoming more interested in complex, traditional ways of foodmaking, and the rising interest in local sustainable animal farming, these classes promise to fulfill a growing need for quality, specialty meat processing education for youth that is in extremely short supply.

Co-owner Scott Buer says “Any young person interested in culinary arts, food science, or food in general will greatly benefit from our unique classes. These classes are not taught by hobbyists, but by our team with experience both in inspected meat processing, and highly trained and educated in high school level teaching methods and theories.”

The classes for teens are actual hands-on classes, that will incorporate knife skills, food safety and meat science principles, along with the history of meat processing and farming. These special teens-only classes will allow for a class environment that is more conducive to learning, and will feature more structure, and more educational components than the school’s standard classes.

The company’s website is being constantly updated to include the growing list of classes for the general public and for teenagers, and will include hog lamb, goat, and poultry butchering classes, plus classes on sausage making, curing, smoking, and drying.

The school is also available for private classes for school groups, and can travel to schools to do classes on-site.

Oil prices are plummeting, taking energy stocks down with them. Meanwhile, financial experts such as Harry Dent and Robert Shiller say the U.S. stock market is overdue for a correction. Shiller recently noted in Forbes that the market is 65 percent overvalued, mainly fueled by “irrational exuberance.”

“Many investors today are yield-starved savers who are losing their earnings power to inflation, increased taxes, and persistent low interest rates,” says Salvatore M. Buscemi, managing director of Dandrew Partners LLC in New York City and author of “Making the Yield: Real Estate Hard Money Lending Uncovered,” (

“As a result, they are being forced to take risks by investing against their better judgment into markets where they have little to no control, and for the majority, can’t afford to lose their money in another stock market crash as they did in 2001 and 2008.”

A growing trend among those seeking to beat the bear is to channel investments into real estate, he says. Not the kind of venture that turned many into reluctant landlords during the housing bust, but another type called hard money lending.

“Here’s how it works,” Buscemi says. “Investors act like a bank and make short-term loans to small businesses that buy and repair distressed properties, refinance them with conventional bank loans and repay the short-term loans at higher interest rates, generating more profitable returns for the original lenders.”

Buscemi reviews ways to get the most out of this lucrative venture.

•  Shop local.  All things being equal, private investors are often served by small, perhaps localized real estate private partnerships that throw off real cash flow than by global, publicly listed full-service investment brands where an alignment of interest between investors and these corporations may be deficient or missing.

•  Explore crowd funding. With the advent of crowd funding and federal rule changes since the last real estate cycle, more people with less money can participate in deals that they may have never been able to get into before.

•  Have a pre-flight checklist. The best time to worry about a real estate loan is before you make it. Always have a list of items to review before committing capital. These include job history, experience in rehab property, education, and most important, credit quality. Always read the entire credit report as the devil is in the details. Also make sure to accept reports from a third party, not the borrower as they can be faked.

•  Always ask how your interests are aligned with your borrowers. If they are not going to make any money, neither will you. The loan will default, and you’ll both be discouraged.

“Individual investors are looking for a more intimate method of managing their own money, insulated from geopolitical shocks,” Mr. Buscemi says. “They don’t want to wake up in the morning blindsided that they’ve lost a good chunk of their portfolio because of something that happened overseas. Real estate keeps climbing higher and higher in some markets. And people implicitly trust real estate; it’s a very bankable asset class.”

MILWAUKEE – Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c. (Reinhart) welcomes associateAlbert Ortiz to the firm’s Banking and Finance Practice.

Ortiz represents lenders, agents, borrowers and private equity sponsors in a wide variety of finance transactions for both public and private companies, including acquisition financings, asset-based financings and mezzanine financings.

Prior to joining Reinhart, Ortiz served as an attorney at a Chicago-based global law firm. While attending law school, Ortiz worked in the legal department of a leading digital financial media company and as a paralegal for one of the nation’s largest law firms.

Ortiz earned his J.D. from Fordham University School of Law and his B.A. from the University of Michigan.

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Nueva York– Fiat Chrysler anunció que reparará unas 67 mil camionetas de 2006 y 2007 debido a un problema que puede permitir que se arranque el vehículo sin que esté activado el pedal del embrague. Chrysler dijo que un fallecimiento está vinculado con el problema.

La Administración Nacional de Seguridad en Carreteras (NHTSA) había iniciado una investigación de los vehículos en mayo tras recibir un reporte de un niño que arrancó una camioneta Dodge Ram 3500 de 2006 sin activar el pedal del embrague. El vehículo se movió hacia adelante, arrollando y matando a otro menor, dijo la agencia.

La compañía informó el lunes que se puede romper un cable en el circuito que impide que el motor arranque sin tener apretado el pedal del embrague en vehículos con transmisión manual. Eso puede evitar que el vehículo arranque, o si el conductor no sigue el procedimiento de arranque, pudiera moverse cuando se activa el interruptor de arranque.

Los vehículos con transmisión manual tienen por ley que tener mecanismos que les impiden arrancar sin tener activad el pedal del embrague.

La compañía ha llamado a reparación las camionetas Dodge Dakota, Dodge Ram 1500, 2500, 3500 y Mitsubishi Raider fabricadas entre julio de 2005 y junio de 2006, unas 55 mil de ellas en Estados Unidos.

FCA US LLC, como se llamaba anteriormente Chrysler Group LLC, reemplazará los interruptores sin costo para los clientes. La empresa dijo que sólo usó el cable defectuoso durante el período cubierto por el llamado a reparación.

Distrito Federal— En 2015 la venta de automóviles nuevos podría alcanzar el millón 196 mil 930 unidades, lo que representará una recuperación de 6.1 por ciento comparado con el cierre que se espera para 2014.

De acuerdo con el pronóstico realizado por la Asociación Mexicana de Distribuidores de Automotores (AMDA), el siguiente año los porcentajes de participación por segmento se mantendrán estables, donde los subcompactos registrarán el mayor índice de venta.

El director general adjunto de la AMDA, Guillermo Rosales Zárate, explicó que del segmento de subcompactos esperan comercializar 431 mil 579 unidades en 2015, seguido de compactos con 293 mil 788.

Asimismo, precisó que para 2015 esperan vender alrededor de 242 mil 885 vehículos de uso múltiple, 160 mil 283 camiones ligeros, autos de lujo 58 mil 612, deportivos ocho mil y camiones pesados mil 618.