Hapari Vừa Giới Thiệu Áo Tắm Mới Năm 2014 Trong Bộ Sưu Tập Palm Desert Và Rút Thăm Trúng Thưởng Tặng Một Chuyến Đi Du Lịch Palm Desert Trên Trang Facebook

Theo nguồn tin của Hapari trên trang mạng prweb.com Hapari Unveils New Swimwear Collection and a Trip Give-Away to Palm Desert Hapari is excited to announce the release of the 2014 swimwear line called the Palm Desert collection. To kick it off they’re giving away a trip to Palm Desert California.

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) February 27, 2014

Hapari International has released a second new swimwear collection for 2014. The limited edition collection, called Palm Desert Collection, follows the Tahiti Collection, which was released in late December.

To celebrate the launch of Palm Desert, Hapari is hosting a trip give-away sweepstakes contest via the Hapari Facebook page. The grand prize is a four-day three-night stay for two at a luxury resort in Palm Desert, Calif. Facebook users can enter the contest once a day through Tuesday, March 4. Fans must be U.S. residents and 18 years or older to enter the contest. The winner will be selected by a random electronic drawing on March 5.

“We love how excited our fans get about some of the contests and promotions we do, like our Palm Desert trip give-away,” said Tasha Curry, who leads Hapari’s Creative and Production teams. “We think we have the best, most loyal fans. And a lot of them are hard working moms, so it nice to be able to give someone a few days to relax and enjoy themselves.”

In addition to the grand prize winner, two runners up will also be selected. The first runner up will receive a $500 Hapari gift certificate, while the second runner up will receive a $250 Hapari gift certificate.

Hapari's Palm Desert collection consists of four colorful prints — Carnival, Pink Desert Wave, SunStripe and White Desert Wave — and is available in tankini, bikini and one-piece styles. The collection is also available in plus sizes.

“We used an exciting color palate for our Palm Desert designs. There are a lot of intense reds, fuchsias and oranges paired with some cooler blues and greens,” said Curry. “It is really vibrant and fresh, so we think our fans are really going love it!

Curry added, “Hapari has always focused on giving customers the option of changing and customizing their swimwear. So of course, like with all of our collections, customers can mix and match tops and bottoms to create a look that is personal and unique as their individual style. And we think our customers really appreciate that.”

The Palm Desert Collection is available at http://www.hapari.com as well as at Hapari’s retail locations in American Fork, Utah, and Kaysville, Utah.

About Hapari International, LLC : Hapari Swimwear with offices in Phoenix, Ariz., is in its eighth year of business selling swimwear for the everyday woman. Hapari is an international designer and branded manufacturer of swimwear. Hapari focuses on selling fashionable and trendy tankinis and bikinis for women of all sizes. In addition to its online store, Hapari has retail locations in Kaysville and American Fork, Utah. They will be opening retail locations in the Phoenix metro in spring 2014.


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Food for the Hungry Easter Catalog Gift of Chickens Help End Hunger

Theo nguồn tin trên mạng của During the Easter season, Food for the Hungry’s (FH) Easter Gift Catalog offers more than 30 gifts such as: goats, chickens and dairy cows to help impoverished families earn a stable livelihood.

Phoenix, Ariz. (PRWEB) February 27, 2014

Alieta Quespia, 13-years-old, along with her four sisters and five brothers, often doesn’t have enough food each day to keep her full and able to focus in school. While her parents, Eugenio and Olimpia work hard on their farm in Bolivia—their resources are few. They are often unable to earn income large enough to sustain their family at a healthy standard.

With Food for the Hungry (FH)’s Easter Gift Catalog—that is available online—it’s now easy to help families, like the Quespias. The catalog provides an easy way to choose from more than 30 gifts such as: goats, chickens and dairy cows to help impoverished families earn a stable livelihood.

Because three of the Quespia children are sponsored through FH, the family qualified for the agriculture program. In order to help the family establish more reliable income, FH gave the family several chickens to raise. The family learned how to raise poultry, including how to build their own chicken coops.

“With the eggs that my hens provide, I can first feed my children better and also improve their nutrition and their performance in school,” said Eugenio. “My goal is to provide other foods with my income from the sale of the eggs, so I can provide well-balanced meals.”

Through this online catalog, FH is directing gifts to almost 17,000 households in 18 different countries. Goats, chickens, pigs, dairy cows and more are available to change a family’s life and help end malnutrition for children, like those of the Quespia family.

Start this spring by fulfilling one of your 2014 resolutions and impact a family in poverty by choosing gifts from FH’s Easter Gift Catalog at http://www.fh.org/catalog.

Founded in 1971, Food for the Hungry provides emergency relief and long-term development programs with operations in more than 20 countries to help the world's most vulnerable people. Learn more by visiting http://www.fh.org. Social connections include http://www.facebook.com/foodforthehungry and http://www.twitter.com/food4thehungry.


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Chương Trình Sinh Hoạt "Arts and Smarts in the City!” Miễn Phí Cho Gia Đình Trong Ngày 28 Tháng 2 Từ 5 Giờ Chiều Đến 7 Giờ Tối Tại Bookmans Entertainment Exchange

Theo nguồn tin trên mạng của phoenix.gov Feb. 26, 2014 The Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department’s Latino Institute and Bookmans Entertainment Exchange are offering “Arts and Smarts in the City!” from 5 to 7 p.m. on Feb. 28. This innovative collaboration features arts, live entertainment, digital media games by PBS, refreshments and on-site mixed music by Mega Radio 104.3. The event is a free, fun-filled way for families to engage in education while enjoying the arts. The event offers free admission and is open to all ages. The event will take place inside Bookmans Entertainment Exchange, 8034 N. 19th Ave. The event is designed to enhance educational awareness for kids and their families. Community sponsors include MEGA 104.3 Radio and PBS Eight Education. The event will feature live entertainment of Rock/Blues/Americana by “Mikel & Meridith” of the “Sugar Thieves” Band ; hands-on, interactive Digital Media Games by PBS (for kids ages 2 – 7) and live broadcasting by Mega Radio. Families also can win door prizes and enjoy giveaways. This event is the first of monthly events to be featured at Bookman’s through June 2014. Future dates to be announced. For additional information, visit Phoenix Latino Institute webpage or call 602-262-7424 or Bookmans at 602-433-0255. Media Contacts: David Urbinato 602-262-4994 Laura Andrew 602-495-0901


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Đi Bộ 3.4 Dặm Khoảng 1 Tiếng Rưỡi Tham Quan Miễn Phí Khu Phố Cũ Eastlake Park Ngày 1 Tháng 3 Bắt Đầu Từ 9 Giờ Sáng

Theo nguồn tin trên mạng của phoenix.gov Eastlake Park Historical Neighborhood Walking Tour March 1 Feb. 24, 2014 The Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department’s Eastlake Park and FitPHX are offering free walking tours March 1 through that unique neighborhood in Phoenix. The 3.4 mile circuit will leave from the park at 16th Street and Jefferson and will include visits to Tanner AME Church, the oldest African-American church in Arizona, as well as other historic properties in this neighborhood with deep ties to the Valley’s African- American community. Eastlake Park dates back to the 1880s, when it was operated privately, before becoming a city park in 1914. The event kicks off at 9 a.m. with comments from Mayor Greg Stanton, former Councilman Calvin Goode, Dr. Matthew Whitaker from ASU and Kevin Weight from the city’s Historic Preservation Office. Walking tours will leave the park at 9:45, 10 and 10:15 a.m. with free refreshments in the park at 11:30. Most participants will complete the walk in 1.5 hours. The event is the official kickoff to Eastlake Park’s 100-Year Anniversary as a city park. More information on Eastlake Park and its community center is available at the Parks and Recreation Department website or by calling the center at 602-262-6759. FitPHX is a citywide initiative, led by Mayor Stanton, Councilman Valenzuela and Olympic Gold Medalist Misty Hyman, with the goal of improving health and wellness in the region and making the Phoenix area one of the healthiest in the nation. For more information, visit the Fit PHX website. http://phoenix.gov/residents/fitphx/index.html Download a tour map http://phoenix.gov/webcms/groups/internet/@inter/@newsrel/documents/web_content/109531.pdf Downtown a points of interest listing http://phoenix.gov/webcms/groups/internet/@inter/@newsrel/documents/web_content/109532.pdf General Information: Parks and Recreation Department 602-262-6759 Media Contact: David Urbinato 602-262-4994


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Fly.com Xếp Hạng Danh Sách Của Giá Vé Máy Bay Tăng Giảm Khi Đi Tới Phoenix Trong Nghỉ Mùa Xuân (Spring Break) 2014

Theo nguồn tin của Fly.com Fly.com Reveals Best and Worst Spring Break Airfare Deals To find the best airfares for spring break travel, visit Fly.com Today’s Best Fares.



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Megger Gây Quỹ Gần 4 Ngàn Đô La Cho Phoenix Children's Hospital Foundation

Theo nguồn tin của Megger Raises Close to $4,000 for Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation

Annual distributor/customer golf event honors 17 year old cancer graduate NORRISTOWN, Pa., Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Megger, one of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of test equipment and measuring instruments for electrical power applications, raised close to $4,000 for Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation on Saturday, January 25 at its 13th annual Megger Distributor Golf Event. The outing, which took place at the Lakes of Ahawatukee Golf Course in Phoenix, Arizona, is held each year in honor of 17 year old cancer graduate, Tyler Danner. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140220/PH68827 ) David Danner, national distribution manager for Megger, who co-coordinates the event with Mike Palmer, western regional distribution sales manager, said, “The weather was picture perfect. 118 golfers took part in the event. Each year we are truly humbled and amazed by the support we get. It is heartwarming to see so many come out and support our cause.” Danner’s 17 year old daughter, Tyler, was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma over six years ago. She underwent chemotherapy and radiation treatments at PCH and is now cancer-free. “Arranging and executing this golf outing and then donating the proceeds from the event is our way of giving back to PCH and saying thank you,” explains Danner. “Megger makes that possible for my family. It’s amazing.” The event, which is hosted by the Megger US distribution team, authorized distributors, customers, employees and representatives from Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation donates the money raised to the hospital in lieu of awarding prizes. “Megger donated close to $4,000 to the hospital this year. That was $1,000 more than last year. We were able to raise $2,000 through the 50/50 Raffle. Denise Wittstock, who won the raffle, selflessly donated half of her winnings back to the hospital and Mike Zielinski, owner of IEC Supply, a Megger distributor, donated $400,” said Danner. An additional $750 was donated to the Phoenix Girls’ Choir through the sale of mulligans. The Girls’ Choir also raffled off a popcorn basket donated by Popcornopolis, which generated an additional $150. The basket was won by Nicole Van Wert. “A 2014 Nissan Altima from Larry H. Miller Nissan Mesa was up for grabs at the 12th Hole for getting a hole-in-one at 165 yards. Unfortunately, no one got lucky,” said Danner. This year’s winning team was led by Rich Olendese of Lanyap Networks. Peg Houck, marketing manager for Megger US distribution said, “We are always so amazed at the overwhelming support and generosity from our customers, employees and vendors. We appreciate everyone’s support for this event.” For more information contact Peg Houck at peg.houck@megger.com or 610-676-8536. For high res download and full text: http://www.simongroup.com/PressRoom/press-release.php?Job=MEG-A-28053 Read our news: http://www.simongroup.com/PressRoom/feeds/MEG.xml Become a fan: https://www.facebook.com/meggerus Access our blog: http://www.meggerblog.com/ Watch the latest videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/meggerUS Follow us: https://twitter.com/Megger_US Reader Service Inquiries: Peg Houck; Megger; 2621 Van Buren Avenue, Norristown, Pa. 19403; peg.houck@megger.com; 610-676-8536. ABOUT MEGGER: Megger is one of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of test and measurement equipment used within the electric power, building wiring and telecommunication industries. With research, engineering and manufacturing facilities in the USA, UK, Sweden and Germany, combined with sales and technical support in most countries, Megger is uniquely placed to meet the needs of its customers worldwide. Editorial Contact: The Simon Group, Inc. Joanna Puglisi-Barley or Christina Sanchez Phone: (215) 453-8700 E-mail: publicrelations@simongroup.com SOURCE Megger


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Miss Vietnam 2014 in Phoenix, Arizona

Theo nguồn tin của Bach Ta trên mạng youtube.com

Picture Slide Show of Vietnam Beauty Pageant 2014 in Phoenix, Arizona.

SOURCE: youtube.com by Bach Ta

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Súng Nổ Ở Tiệm Walmart, 1 Người Chết

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Lễ Hội "I Recycle Phoenix" Tại Paradise Valley Mall Trong Thứ Bảy Ngày 14 Tháng 2 Năm 2014 Từ 8 Giờ Sáng Đến 2 Giờ Chiều

Theo nguồn tin trên mạng của phoenix.gov Join Phoenix Public Works at the Free “I Recycle Phoenix” Festival

Feb. 14, 2014 The city of Phoenix Public Works Department is partnering with Keep Phoenix Beautiful to host the “I Recycle Phoenix” Festival from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, at Paradise Valley Mall, located at 4568 E. Cactus Road (by Sears). The “I Recycle Phoenix” Festival urges residents to get rid of unnecessary items taking up space in their homes, closets and drawers by bringing them to the free event to be recycled. Computers, electronics, car seats, clothes and toys are accepted, along with ink cartridges, batteries, plastic bags, golf balls and office supplies. There is a $5 recycle fee for CRT monitors and a $10 recycle fee for CRT televisions which can be paid by cash or card. Visit phoenixrecycles.org to see if your monitor or television is a CRT. There also is a maximum of five CFL light bulbs to be recycled. Those who would like to watch their documents shredded on site are advised to come early. The on-site shredding unit will be there from 8 to 11 a.m. or until completely full. Those who wish to drop off documents to be shredded off site can come at any time during the event. Household hazardous waste (HHW) such as paint, tires and chemicals will not be accepted at this event. Phoenix residents may visit phoenix.gov/publicworks for a list of HHW collection events around the city. Event sponsors include St. Vincent De Paul, Westech Recyclers, Arizona Center for the Blind Document Shredding, Batteries Plus Bulbs, Goodwill, Verizon Wireless and Treasures for Teachers. For more information on acceptable items, contact 602-262-4820 or visit phoenixrecycles.org. Media Contacts: Yvette Roeder, 602-495-0189 or Stephanie Ribodal Romero, 602-261-8512


Source: phoenix.gov

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Phỏng Vấn Anh Đặng Thế Khương Chủ Tịch Cộng Đồng Người Việt Quốc Gia Arizona

Theo nguồn tin trên mạng của Tin Cong Dong

Phong Su BCHCĐTB Arizona


Source: youtube.com by Tin Cong Dong

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