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February 2009

Thursday 26 February 2009

School of Rock Owner Honored with Distinguished Alumni Award Email

Stacey Marmolego

Wichita, KS - ( Stacey Marmolejo, owner of Paul Green School of Rock Music’s two Twin Cities locations was honored this past weekend by her Alma Mater, Newman University in Wichita, Kansas.  Marmolejo, class of ’82, was awarded the Leon A. McNeill Distinguished Alumni Award at a dinner and reception attended by students, alumni, faculty and administrators.

The Leon A. McNeill Distinguished Alumni Award honors graduates who have achieved outstanding success in their professional lives.  The award is named for the first president of Sacred Heart Junior College (1933), now Newman University.

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Saturday 14 February 2009

26 Year Old Entrepreneur, Devin James was featured by AOL’s BV Powerlist, Clutch Magazine, and with more headlines to come Email

Devin JamesSt. Louis, MO - ( The Devin James Group founder Devin S. James,Sr. has been working very hard to build his name recognition and it is paying off. In November 2008 James shutdown Beale Street in Memphis, TN for a huge press conference with local media showcasing the launch of his new company, AutoHood Media, by lining up over 50 taxis with different ads on the hood for a brand campaign/parade through the city. The results included the cover story in the Commercial Appeal business section, articles in the Memphis Business Journal, the Memphis Flyer and live coverage on Fox 24 and Eyewitness News media stations.

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Wednesday 11 February 2009

New Book Reveals Where to Sell or License Your Ideas and Inventions Email

Author of bookConnect with over 80 manufacturers seeking new products to add to their product line.

Wauseon, OH ( - To Market To Market, a directory of manufacturers for the innovator will be available April 2009 at, and

Whether you’re a habitual inventor, a creative dreamer or you have a one time idea that you would like to profit from, To Market To Market, provides a variety of options to market your innovation.

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Monday 09 February 2009

Calendar Journeys Email
Calendar JourneysMinneapolis, MN ( - Joyce Johnson wanted something that celebrated her beauty 365 days a year. She was looking for a calendar that reflected who she was and what was important to her and other African American women. She found that most calendars were created to appeal to men and teenagers. She discovered a void in appropriate material that reflected who she was and how she saw herself and her family and friends. She found that what was available to women of color were ceremonial or shallow. Read more
Ciao Bella Prom 2009 creates magic and memorable moments for deserving young ladies Email

Silver Spring, MD - ( On April 19, 2009, the  Hilton hotel  in Silver Spring, Maryland will host Ciao Bella Prom 2009. The event sponsored by St. Anthony's Bridal offers free prom dresses to area high school seniors who are unable to afford the costs associated with promo attendance. Ciao Bella Prom 2009 will provide high school seniors with the opportunity to enjoy their special night of looking fabulous and feeling beautiful without the financial burden often associated with such a night.

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Tuesday 03 February 2009 Teams Up with Five Online Colleges and Universities to Send Moms and Dads Back to School Tuition Free Email
eLearnersHoboken, NJ - (, a leading website that connects students with online education, today announced its new campaign to help both working moms and dads return to school. “Project Working Mom…and Dads, Too!” is a full-ride online college scholarship campaign, which will award approximately 60 scholarships, totaling more than $2 million. Ashford University, Capella University, Everest University, Virginia College and Ashworth College are the five accredited online universities that are sponsoring the campaign. This campaign is a follow-up to the overwhelming demand from the initial two Project Working Mom campaigns in 2008. Those campaigns received more than 120,000 scholarship applications for more than $4 million in scholarships, and sent nearly 100 working moms back to school tuition free.
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