A Ride to the Top

By | Mar 23, 2011

Many of the things that we take for granted today were not long ago new. Others may be older than we think. When we walk onto an elevator many times we see the name Otis. And we know that it was made by the Otis Elevator Company The company was founded by Elisha Otis in […]

6 Ways to a Greener Office

By | Mar 15, 2011

Use Reusable Items Use Mugs with advertising for coffee and water. Give each employee two mugs, one to use at their office workstation and another to use at home. When serving coffee to a client or prospective client give them a mug promoting your business to take with them. Read Then Print For some it […]

Bloody Sunday

By | Mar 7, 2011

When speaking of Bloody Sunday it all depends on what part of the world you are standing, since there has been a couple of events for which that term has been used, on when it occurred. During the United States Civil Rights movement, Bloody Sunday occurred on March 7, 1965. To bring attention to the […]

When the President’s Inauguration was In March!

By | Mar 4, 2011

The 20th amendment to the United States Constitution moved the Presidential Inauguration Day from March 4th to January 20th. Franklin Roosevelt was the last president to be inaugurated on March 4th, when he took the oath of office in 1933. Four years later he became the first to take the oath on the new day. […]

National Anthem

By | Mar 3, 2011

The Star-Spangled Banner is the only song to be officially called the National Anthem of the United States of America. There was not an official anthem before March 3, 1931 when Congress passed the resolution making it so. On November 3, 1929, nearly two years before the official declaration, Robert Ripley published a cartoon for […]

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