Ireland is famous all over the world for its one hundred thousand welcomes (Céad Míle Fáilte) and now JCI Donegal is on the hunt for Donegal’s Friendliest Business. Do you know a business that makes you smile every time you use their service?If you do, don’t keep it a secret, nominate them for the JCI Donegal Friendly Business Awards Competition. We all need to support local businesses to ensure they have a future.The JCI Donegal Friendly Business Awards seeks to recognise the important role played by small businesses in the continuous development and improvement of our economy and local communities.The competition aims to award businesses that go the extra mile and provide an outstanding service to their customers and their community at large.It is particularly important in this economic environment to highlight businesses that don’t allow their standards to slip and continue to provide quality services. Emma Boylan President of JCI Donegal says, “With the current pinch in the economy it is so important for businesses to be able to set themselves apart from their competitors.“The businesses who go that little bit further will survive and thrive when the economy picks up.The Friendliest Business in Donegal will be judged on the following criteria: Customer Care, Consumer Choice, Disability Access, Digital Experience, Eco-Friendliness and Shop Layout and Design.These six categories are the foundations of a business that has the customer at the center of their business.The closing date for nominations is 31 July 2014. More information about the project can be found at: JCI Donegal on Facebook. To nominate a business please contact Kerry O Donnell, by email at [email protected] with the details of the business and why you think they should be crowned as JCI Ireland’s Friendly Business for 2014.ARE YOU DONEGAL’S FRIENDLIEST BUSINESS? was last modified: July 11th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BusinessdonegalFeaturesFriendliestJCInews
Coordinators of the Maratha Kranti Morcha have decided to not hold future demonstrations on roads. They will instead resort to peaceful sit-ins outside houses of MPs and MLAs. At a meeting held in Parli of Beed district on Thursday, they demanded that Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announce reservation to the Maratha community by August 7 and the government dissolve the cabinet sub-committee headed by Revenue Minister Chandrakant Patil.“If the government fails to do these, the Morcha will resume its State-wide agitation from August 9,” Abasaheb Patil, one of the coordinators, said.The coordinators claimed that none of the Maratha quota agitators were involved in the violence that erupted at various places during the agitation. “Action should be taken against those responsible for the clashes,” Mr. Patil said.The members hinted that Parli will henceforth be the decision-making centre of the protest. “We will form a separate committee to hold parleys with the government,” Ramesh Kere-Patil, another coordinator, said. However, Morcha coordinators in other districts are not pleased with the meeting in Beed, and accuse Mr. Patil and other leaders of trying to hog the limelight by making Parli the future nerve centre.“The prominent members in the Parli meet like Mr. Abasaheb Patil belong to the Chhava Sanghatana, a minor Maratha outfit. By holding an impromptu press meet without consulting coordinators in other districts, they are trying to monopolise the movement. But, the protest is beyond any single outfit’s control,” Shantaram Kunjir, a coordinator in Pune, told The Hindu.In a parallel development, the Pune Rural Police arrested 18 persons, including three minors, for arson, and damage to public property during the clashes in Chakan. The police have also identified nearly 100 people who were part of groups indulged in vandalism.
A device used for emergency treatment during life-threatening allergic reactions has skyrocketed in price in the last several months.Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley says he’s hearing from dozens of constituents about the rising cost of the EpiPen, which has increased more than 400%.Grassley say he’s received nearly 50 letters in the past few weeks from Iowans who need these devices in case they have a severe reaction, by accidentally eating nuts for example, that threatens to cut off their ability to breathe.Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/EPIPEN.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC……..”is recurring” :16One report says the devices sold in two-packs in 2009 for about $100.EpiPens resemble an ink pen and auto-inject epinephrine, a chemical that narrows blood vessels and opens airways in the lungs.Grassley says he’s concerned the substantial price increase could limit access to a much-needed medication.Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/EPIPEN2.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC……..on hand” :15Grassley has written a letter to the C-E-O of Mylan, the Pennsylvania-based company that makes EpiPens, inquiring about the price hikes.Radio Iowa