Guardian Angel Window Guards, manufactured in Marlboro, Massachusetts, are removable steel bars designed to prevent children from falling out of windows. The product is now NAMI certified having met the certification, inspection and quality assurance provided to the Building Industry in accordance with International Guidelines as set forth in ISO/IEC 17065 & 17020.
“Children have an eager desire to explore their surroundings. Sometimes this curiosity leads to dangerous situations,” said Ivette Monge, national sales manager for the window guards and parent company Automatic Specialties, Inc. “A child leaning against a window screen to see better outside is not unimaginable. The window screen will not keep a child safe from a fall.” Read more…
Liberty University’s dining provider, Sodexo, again hosted the Liberty Craft Fair in the LaHaye Multipurpose Center on Liberty University’s campus. Donations this year totaled $4,700 which nearly doubled the 2015 event. Read more…
In Toone Communication, LLC is WBE Certified in Rhode Island.
WBE Certification stands for Woman Business Enterprise and denotes that a woman (or women) has majority ownership and control of a business entity.
A new business networking concept has taste buds watering.
Launched last summer, an organization called Savor the Taste of Business provides an opportunity to make professional connections, enjoy a tasting of gourmet cuisine, and engage in lighthearted fun – all in a home or office setting.
Established by Jennifer Toone Corrigan, owner of marketing firm In Toone Communication, and her husband Dan Corrigan, a well-respected home chef, Savor the Taste of Business helps area professionals meet like-minded business people eager to grow client and customer bases – and make valuable, enterprising connections that last. Read more…
Liberty University’s dining operations have been recognized in the October issue of Food Management magazine, which features an article on the colleges that are serving the largest number of students who live on campus. Read more…
Craving new professional connections, gourmet cuisine, and lighthearted fun? BOOK NOW.
The first event in June was amazing – now let’s grow this wonderful opportunity to meet like-minded business people eager to expand client, customer bases, and make valuable, enterprising connections that last.
The evening culminates in an unforgettable gourmet tasting prepared by very well-respected home chef, Dan Corrigan. Delicious meat, seafood, and vegetarian options will be happily offered.
In Toone Communication, 130 Wyndham Avenue, Providence, RI.
Join us from 5:30pm-7:30pm Wednesday, August 26.
$15 per person via PayPal. Non-refundable. Reservations recommended as space is limited.
Dan Corrigan’s Savory Pot Roast Sundae
For information, driving directions, and monthly meeting dates, contact Jennifer Toone Corrigan at email@example.com.
By Linda Borg
Journal Staff Writer
PROVIDENCE — In perhaps the largest display of charter-school muscle, more than 300 students filled the State House rotunda Tuesday to add their voices to the contentious debate over the future of school choice in Rhode Island. Read more…
Sodexo has been awarded a four-year contract with the U.S. House of Representatives starting August 10, 2015 that includes management of food service operations for all House cafeterias, catering services and vending machines.
Sodexo replaces the previous operator, Restaurant Associates, which continues to provide food service to the U.S. Senate and the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center.
Sodexo operates and manages food service for a number of government agencies in the Washington, D.C. area, including the Department of Transportation, Department of the Interior, U.S. Patent and Trade Office and the Department of Defense.
For the first time in the United States, Starbucks is officially challenging their partners to make the best latte art, espresso drinks, and be even more knowledgeable about coffee.
Joshua Meekins, a talented Starbucks barista for Sodexo at Liberty University, won for Virginia during the primary stages of the Starbucks Barista Championship.
Challengers must be able to create a perfect flat white, create a beautiful custom hot espresso beverage, and talk about the core Starbucks coffees in a knowledgeable way and to guide a customer in picking out a perfect at-home coffee.
“Liberty’s Starbucks proved itself as a training ground for young talent by participating and Josh has made us incredibly proud for representing the location with great talent and skill,” said Sodexo District Manager Anthony M Delligatti. “This achievement also underlines the high quality of the location on Liberty’s campus as well as showing the significance of Liberty across the country as a campus with talented coffee baristas.”
Meekins was selected from eight participants in Virginia and Tennessee. He and another semifinalist from Tennessee were reviewed for their performance by the Starbucks regional manager, who then chose who advances to the next level of competition in Atlanta.