Tony Petrello Gives to Help Other People’s Children Live

Tony Petrello is the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive officer with his company Nabors. However, Tony Petrello’s life goes much deeper than just being a wealthy, successful businessman. Tony Petrello uses much of his wealth and income to make a difference for other people who have experienced a similar situation to what Petrello has experienced. Petrello experienced this situation when he and his wife Jan had a daughter who was born with periventricular leukemia (PVL) which is a common condition in premature babies such as Carena who was born at 24 weeks and weighed a mere 20 ounces (1 pound 4 ounces). This condition meant that Carena had a common neurological condition among premature infants that meant that a lack of oxygen got to her brain during her youngest and most vulnerable days.

 

PVL caused Tony Petrello’s daughter, Carena, to develop cerebral palsy which results in severely delayed or nonexistent motor skills as well as other developmental delays. However, with some of the best medical care that is available Carena, who is now 8 years old, has been able to master many milestones from chewing solid foods last September to learning to walk and talk recently as well. While these milestones are not remarkable for many 8-year-old children, Petrello could only dream that Carena would be able to do things like this one day. But dreams and miracles are happening for Petrello and his wife Jan every single day and more information click here.

 

Tony Petrello now gives back his time and money relentlessly too help find a cure for PVL as well as to help other families provide the care for their children that his family has gotten. Petrello has partnered with Texas Children’s Hospital, the institution that helped Carena, and which is backed by the Jan & Dan Duncan Neurological Research institute to relentlessly pursue better lives for other children that have PVL. Petrello donated $5 million of his own money to help the cause with a total of $7 million to be committed all together in the future. This is an outstanding personal commitment from Petrello financially to help to find a cure for other children in the future who need help their families may not always be able to afford as well as to do research to help treat this same condition in the future and learn more about Tony.

 

Tony Petrello simply says that his motivation behind this is helping other children have the opportunities to experience the same miracles he and his wife Jan get to experience with Carena every day. Petrello believes that every parent deserves these same opportunities for their children. Petrello is providing the funds to help research to make this possible and Tony’s lacrosse camp.

 

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Norman Pattiz Announces Critical Results On The Benefits Of Podcast Advertising to Marketing

Norman Pattiz, the executive chairman of PodcastOne recently made a significant announcement regarding the results of a research finding that was conducted to establish the effects of podcast advertising to consumer shopping behavior as well as the intent to purchase. The study has been carried out on five prominent brands in the states.

Compiled with the assistance of Tom Webster the vice president of Edison Research, the results indicated that there was a great positive impact of podcast advertising on marketing products.

Through the study, Edison Research identified the benefits of podcast advertising on the five selected brands. The results further indicated that podcast adverting massively drew consumers to purchasing the brands.

From the research findings, the team concluded that:

Financial services marked a significant increase by 47% from before to after the campaign

  • More than 60% of the interviewed respondents preferred a specific grocery brand after the campaign. A 7% increase marked this.
  • During the study, over a third of the candidates had a positive approach and opinion in relation to a particular vehicle in the market. The study indicated that the increase in preference was marked at 18%.
  • In a different scenario, the post-study campaign period marked an increase of 22%. Most clients from the campaign study preferred a lawn garden product.
  • The brand awareness campaign had a positive impact on an individual vehicle in the market. The brand preference improved by 60%. A common dining area marked a positive response with the highs of 76%.

While researching, Edison Research saw it is important to have three separate studies with the same brands. This was done to evaluate the effectiveness of the campaign on brand recall. Whereas most brands had an excellent client reputation, some were struggling in the trial stage.

These brands required more customer orientation and advertising. Learn more about Norman Pattiz: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/network-chairman-norman-pattiz-announces-230000022.html

In a bid to determine the effect of the campaign on products, the advertising campaign ran for approximately six weeks. This duration was considered enough for the research study. The same technique of advertising was applied on all brands. From the results, the conclusion drawn indicated that most consumers paid attention to products that were advertised.

Pattiz

Pattiz is a career executive. The chairman of PodcastOne has seen the company growing into America’s leading news provider for entertainment, sports, and traffic programming. Pattiz was the C.E.O. of PodcastOne until the month of June 2016.

His service in that firm has been productive. Additionally, Norman Pattiz serves as the founder of Courtside Entertainment Group. This company aims at exploring raw talent and developing it to professional career.

The Kabbalah Center

This is a non-profit organization based in Los Angeles, California. It provides courses on Kabbalistic teachings and the Zohar. They also offer lessons through their regional city-based study groups and centers worldwide and online. The Kabbalah presentation was developed by Philip Berg together with his wife. This institution has an international and multi-ethnic staff of teachers that offer guidance and study to all Kabbalistic students.

During the past few years, Rabbis believed that the Kabbalah mystery was so complex and often misunderstood. They thought that the religious students could learn the culture and belief of Kabbalah. For this reason, some traditionalist viewed Kabbalah as the pervasion of the ancient religion in Judah.

In 1965, the Kabbalah Centre was founded by Philip Berg as the national research institute. The Dean of the Yeshivah was Brandwein. He was a prosecutor based in Israel. When he died, Philip and his wife re-established the Religion in the United States. The headquarters of Kabbalah is New York. The Los Angeles Kabbalah center was opened in 1984. Karen and Michael acted as the spiritual directors of the group after the death of Berg and Rav. They became the spiritual leaders of the organization. The organization has more than 50 registered branches in the world.

Kabbalah Centers approach a teaching strategy to all students using the translated Jewish and Hebrew texts. For this reason, students can understand the content well. According to reviewers, there is a particular branch of wisdom that makes us think religion is diversified. The resemblance of worship is the effect of this intelligence. For instance, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, and Buddhism are closely related in the manner in which services are conducted. Acceding to this belief, the Kabbalah does not come out as the best alternative religion for those seeking their knowledge. It supplements all other religions and learn more about Kabbalah.

Some passages in the Bible, such as the red sea, are the unseen universal law and understood as life codes which are used by the Zohar Kabbalah in teaching. Zohar reveals the interconnectedness and dynamic interplay of the relationships in the universe. They have also produced numerous Bible commentaries and Books on a weekly basis and more information click here.

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End Citizens United Endorses Missouri Ballot Initiative

End Citizens United is an organization dedicated to overturning the 2010 decision by the Supreme Court of The United States that special interest groups, the super wealthy and corporations can contribute unlimited, untraceable funds to our electoral system. The goal of these groups is to elect candidates, and support initiatives they feel will further their interests. There are many ways End Citizens United (ECU) intends to fight back; one is to support candidates and initiatives starting at the state level.

 

On May 22 of this year, ECU announced their support for a proposed 2018 ballot initiative in the state of Missouri. This initiative known as the Clean Missouri ballot initiative is still in the signature collection stage. Once on the ballot, it is designed to increase transparency, and limit the influence of special interest groups in the state. There are several reforms in the initiative, perhaps the most important is designed to close so-called loopholes that allow several different political action committees to donate vast sums of money to one candidate. Tiffany Muller, the executive director of End Citizens United points out Eric Greitens, the governor of Missouri, has promised time and again to reform the system but in reality has used special interest money to promote his agenda. She further states Clean Missouri will lead to meaningful change and return power to the citizens of Missouri and assure them of a voice in their democracy. There are over 48,000 members of ECU in the state, and its state-level affiliate Fight for Reform will connect local activists and contributors to Clean Missouri’s ballot initiative. ECU has worked in Missouri in the past. In the last election cycle, ECU was very involved in the Missouri Senate race, endorsing Jason Kander and running $1.7 million in ads to support his candidacy.

 

In April, USA Today published an article about how End Citizens United is raising money to support their campaign to overturn this disastrous Supreme Court decision. So far the results have been very exciting, the group reported over $4 million collected in the first quarter of 2017. At this rate, ECU is projecting they will raise over $35 million by the 2018 midterm elections, representing a $10 million increase from 2016.

 

Tiffany Muller explains around 100,000 people contributed in the first three months of the year and over 40,000 of these were first-time donors. ECU feels there are several reasons for the increase in donations, among them President Trump’s nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. This tremendous increase in funds will make ECU the third largest PAC and assure them of having a major voice in the 2018 election cycle.

 

Doe Deere’s Limecrime Startup Blossoms

Doe Deere has been one person behind some of the new hairstyles that young millennial girls have taken up at various high schools and universities. She’s the founder of Lime Crime, a cosmetic products brand that includes hair dyes, nail polish and lipsticks and gloss. She’s often embraced the term “unicorn” to describe herself since she has exotic tastes that embody what Lime Crime is all about. Doe Deere wants every woman to be able to bring out her wild self and not feel ashamed to do so, and she believes in the power of her hair products and what her customers love in them.

 

Doe Deere began her work in cosmetics in 2008 after four years in cosmetology school and experimenting with different hair product ingredients. But she grew up in Russia and was exposed to different business ideas as a teenager. In fact she even mentions in one interview that she started out in the removable tattoo business selling tattoos to friends and random people who wanted to try them. When she turned 17 she immigrated to the US originally looking to start a band and express herself through music as it was a time when the rock alternative movement was at its peak. She did meet her husband during this time, but ultimately their band did not reach the stardom she had hoped.

 

In 2004 she entered cosmetics school and soon opened a small makeup and cosmetics product line on eBay that gave rise to the current structure at Lime Crime. By 2008 Lime Crime had become a hit brand that opened up sales and tapped into the online customer base. In 2012 Doe Deere moved out to Los Angeles where she now runs Lime Crime headquarters and forms new ideas with her creative design team.

 

Doe Deere also sat down with Ideamensch to discuss her work and explain what a typical day might look at Lime Crime. A big part of the final product process is that Doe Deere always tests it out personally and gives time for the results to show so that she knows she’s selling a good product. Lime Crime’s products have all been known to be pet-friendly and safe. Do Deere loves animals, especially cats and her philanthropy consists of donating to Bide-A-Wee, a shelter for abandoned pets in New York City. Doe Deere recommends Facetune as a good tool to use for social media face photos.

 

For more details, visit http://www.doedeere.com/.