His quirky knuckle-curve pitch also had great diving action that he buried in the dirt for strikeouts.Besides his repertoire, I was in love with his mental aspect of pitching. I didn’t have the velocity to overpower hitters, but I had the control and movement. That’s why I was one of the few people not surprised when the Moose won 20 last year. This article is also featured on lenNY's Yankees. (PINKSHEETS: DCBR) is proud toannounce they have broken the 125th store level in the Denver area. Theseare predominantly independent stores that the company has secured sincethe release of their Functional Water Systems last October.
The company'sVP of Sales Ashley Coors, said, "This is part of the agreement we madebefore the release of the products with our network of Coors distributorshere in Colorado. We agreed that we would build up to at least 200independent stores and secure a few prominent chains and then begin toswitch over our distribution, which allows us to better utilize the Coorsdistribution and sales force statewide. I sincerely believe that at thisrate, we will accomplish both of those goals by the end of February andthat starts the ball rolling from state to state. I will be traveling thestate again in February to meet with each one of our distributors to gettheir orders in place and will keep everyone up to speed with ourprogress."About DC Brands International:DC Brands International, a publicly traded company under the ticker symbol(PINKSHEETS: DCBR), presently specializes in and manufactures healthproducts.
Established in 1998, DC Brands went public in 2005 producing anumber of lines of energy drinks DC Brands then purchased the assets ofH.A.R.D. Nutrition and began its quest to produce a new health line ofproducts. Nutrition Functional Water Systems, which is set to revolutionizethe functional beverage category.For more information on DC Brands International, visit their website at Except for the historical information contained herein, this newsrelease contains forward-looking statements that involve substantial risksand uncertainties. Among the factors that could cause actual results ortimelines to differ materially are risks associated with research andclinical development, regulatory approvals, supply capabilities andreliance on third-party manufacturers, product commercialization,competition, litigation, and the other risk factors listed from time totime in reports filed by DC Brands International with the Securities andExchange Commission, including but not limited to risks described underthe caption "Important Factors That May Affect Our Business, Our Resultsof Operation and Our Stock Price." The forward-looking statementscontained in this news release represent judgments of the management ofDC Brands International as of the date of this release. DC BrandsInternational and its managers and agents undertake no obligation topublicly update any forward-looking statements.CONTACT:Keith Copyright 2009, Market Wire, All rights reserved.-0-. ) This weekend the National Football League did a commendable thing by raising awareness for breast cancer. To create this awareness, the NFL had Reebok and other sponsors create pink apparel for the players and coaches.
I don’t want to be the one to knock the NFL for thisadmirable effort, but I’ve got to think that all the money spent to create these gloves, shoes, wrist bands, hats, and other articles of clothing would have been better spent on research.To show awareness, the NFL just had to have the announcers mention it every 30 seconds (which they did). Again I appreciate the NFL’s efforts, but I wish the money spent to create this awareness could have been used a bit more judiciously.Breast cancer awareness is one thing, and honestly I believe at this point we are all pretty aware of it. What is really needed is funding for research.In the end I give the NFL and A for effort, however execution-wise, I wish the league would have spent the money a bit more wisely.. SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Jan 27 (MARKET WIRE) The Linux Foundation (LF), the nonprofit organization dedicated toaccelerating the growth of Linux, today announced that registration isopen for the Linux Foundation's Annual Collaboration Summit taking placeApril 8 - 10, 2009 in San Francisco. To submit your proposal, please visit by Intel Corporation and returning to San Francisco in 2009, theLinux Foundation Collaboration Summit is an exclusive, invitation-onlygathering of the brightest minds in Linux, including core kerneldevelopers, distribution maintainers, ISVs, end users, system vendors andother community organizations. It is the only conference designed toaccelerate collaboration and encourage solutions by bringing together atrue cross-section of leaders to meet face-to-face to tackle and solve themost pressing issues facing Linux today.A large portion of the program this year will be dedicated to desktopdevelopers focused on Mobile Linux. Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs), mobilephones, Netbooks, and In-Vehicle Infotainment are expected to populate theworld as the economy puts new pressures on companies and consumers, and ascompetition in the PC industry continues to cross new boundaries ininnovation. The Linux community, including developers, vendors and ISVs,will use the Summit to advance the Linux operating system for its role inthis global movement.