Ohio Businessman and Philanthropist Appointed to Prestigious Board Focused on the Advancement of Minority Business Opportunities
15 12 2017
Energy Entrepreneur Stephen L. Hightower Has Been Appointed to the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC).
Los Angeles, CA, December 15, 2017 -- With over 1,750 corporate members, the highly respected NMSDC is considered one of the most successful and decorated corporate membership organizations in the United States. The NMSDC is committed to helping minority owned businesses (small or large) solve their growing need for supplier diversity.To achieve supplier diversity, NMSDC matches more than 12,000 certified minority-owned businesses to its vast network of corporate members who wish to purchase their products, services and solutions. NMSDC corporate membership includes many of the largest public and privately-owned companies, as well healthcare companies, colleges and universities.On November 2, 2017 Stephen Hightower, the African American leader of a $350M business enterprise consisting of five national and international businesses, was appointed to the esteemed NMSDC...
New startup introduces “hands-free” travel with wheeled carryon bags with unique Retrastrap
15 12 2017
RetraStrap.com assures hands-free, pain free and secured travel with wheeled carryon bags with its breakthrough retractable strap known as RetraStrap.
Columbus, OH – December 14, 2017 – No more neck and shoulder pain while traveling with wheeled carryon bags! A new futuristic startup RetraStrap.com is making traveling with carry-on luggage easier and pain-free with its revolutionary hands-free Retrastrap. The innovative product is a retractable strap which you can hook to your luggage and then wear the other end around your shoulder to keep both the hands free for other chores.
Retrastrap has won the prestigious Gold Merit Award from INPEX in 2016.
“Being a frequent traveler I know the hassles of traveling with wheeled carry-on bags. Constant pulling of your carry-on in the same twisted posture throughout the trip gets really taxing on arm, shoulder and neck muscles. Moreover, it keeps your hands occupied which makes things inconvenient when you have to carry your coffee...
DealerHawk has arrived with an exclusive Car Dealership Management System and has beaten the market prices
15 12 2017
The Ohio based company has introduced a unique all-in-one used car dealership management system which will make dealership management more convenient and efficient.
Toledo, OH – December 14, 2017 – DealerHawk has arrived with a great auto dealership management system backed by exclusive features yet at a fraction of cost. Car dealers will get a free website with sub-domain (or use their own domain) and social media linkage and even a Free 30-Days trial opportunity.
The DealerHawk state-of-the-art used auto dealership management system is aimed to make dealership management more convenient and help improve dealer’s visibility online. For a limited time only, the company is offering its subscription for only $30.00/month (billed annually). The current market ranges between $55-$99 a month.
“We are thrilled to announce the lunch of DealderHawk – a unique combination of an advanced auto dealership management system software and a website. DealerHawk is designed with...
Retail Groups File Amicus in SCOTUS Amex Credit Card Fees Case
15 12 2017
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14, 2017 -- Today, the trade associations for America's most recognized retailers, filed a joint amicus brief in Ohio, et al. v. American Express. The case, currently before the U.S. Supreme Court, considers the legality of American Express (Amex) rules that prevent retailers from offering benefits, including discounts, to consumers for using cards with lower fees, or even educating consumers about those fees. The brief was filed on behalf of the Retail Litigation Center (RLC), National Retail Federation (NRF), National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS), Food Marketing Institute (FMI), National Grocers Association (NGA), National Association of Shell Marketers, Inc. (NASM), and the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA).
Amex, Visa and MasterCard once all had rules prohibiting merchants from encouraging customers to use lower-fee credit cards. Visa and MasterCard dropped the restriction in a 2010 settlement with the Justice Department. Amex refused...