Pirates Senior Vice President Bryan Stroh said the team spent more than $10 million on improvements during the 2016 17 offseason, including new field lighting, video boards, seating and painting and carpeting. It sought a $4.5 million reimbursement from the SEA, he said.”It not a dollar for dollar where they seek reimbursement and we pay them,” board Solicitor Morgan Hanson said. “There a due diligence process that we required to do under the lease to ensure it a correct reimbursable expense.
White has been besieged by injuries throughout his young career to the point where he played just six games now in his first three seasons after his injury Sunday. The Bears fear he could need season ending surgery, which would be unfortunate for White. Moreover, the Bears would then be without their expected top two receivers as Cam Meredith tore his ACL in preseason..
Doesn it?If you have been marketing for very long, you have heard about the concept of “features versus benefits.” Features are what your product has or does. Benefits are why your prospective customer would want those features. What will your product do for them? For example, if you have something that is metal instead of plastic, metal might be a feature.
Hunt and the Estate (of Darrien Hunt) do not dispute the evidence presented by Defendants, they simply ignore it. They do not distinguish the law submitted by Defendants, they disregard it. Their opposition memo is a high volume, zero substance affront to both the evidence and the law, Saratoga Springs attorney Heather White wrote in response to Hunt court filing.
McDonnell: Absolutely. So, my primary research interest is how firms and social activists interact. Activism really thrives in high disclosure environments where activists are able to easily monitor corporate behavior. The schools up north have much more to worry about then their in state competitors. The big boys on the block down South The Ohio State University continues to land upper end recruits. Really nice to see the urbanator snagged kids from Colorado, Massachusetts, Indiana and OHIO in the last week.
They visit schools throughout the season, attending practices, dozens of games and pro days in the spring. In each area, they have formed relationships with high school and college coaches, trying to get a better idea of who the person is, not just the football prospect. Working closely with Thompson year round is Director of Player Personnel Eliot Wolf (12th NFL season), Director of College Scouting Brian Gutekunst (17th NFL season), Senior Personnel Executive Alonzo Highsmith (17th NFL season), West Regional Scout Sam Seale (20th NFL season) and Assistant Director of Pro Personnel Tim Terry (12th NFL season).