Erik Agazim One Step Away From Hosting 50/50 Fundraiser For Local Charity

Erik Agazim

Erik Agazim

MIAMI, FL, UNITED STATES, December 15, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Erik Agazim knows how simple it is to hold an individual fundraiser and has planned to host his own 50/50 raffle shortly. He only has one more step to hurdle. That step level is the approval from the city, which is most important in this situation.

Agazim has been hoping to make a meaningful event out of this 50/50 raffle. He has worked hard to plan the fundraiser and is just waiting to hear from the city about letting him host.

The reason for the urgency of the event is because Agazim intends on donating half of the money gathered to the local recreation department. One step Agazim has finalized getting the okay to have the raffle at the next sports banquet.

"The banquet coordinators were excited about my intention to host the fundraiser at their banquet," says Agazim. "Because the money will go back into the department, this is the best option to get the most eyes on the fundraiser. The more people attend, the more money for the teams."

How Did The Idea Gain So Much Traction?
"For a 50/50 raffle fundraiser, it has to a large attendance," recalls Agazim. "The idea of having it at the sports banquet came to me after talking with some the parents. They mention the large banquet takes place at the end of the winter season. No better way to raise money and help the children out. New equipment and jerseys will go a long way."

As Agazim researched, he realized the banquet is usually just a dinner and held in honor of the team's season. There is a meal provided, and awards are handed out to star athletes. Combining the raffle to the banquet means one happy person is going to take home half of the money collected.

The other share of the money will go to the recreation department. No matter how many tickets sold, the district will be gaining much-needed funds. In this economy, there isn't much help from the city when it comes to recreation sports for children.

"Any number will help, but I have a feeling the turnout will be large," adds Agazim. "I'm expecting for a lot of tickets sold, because of more tickets a person purchases, the higher chance they have to win the pot."

Recreation Department Grateful For Purposed Contribution

Erik Agazim has talked in-depth with the recreation office about how the donation money will help the children's sports teams.

The share of the money raised from the raffle will go towards new equipment. Also, travel expenses for the teams that make tournaments out of the area. Any leftover money will go towards new uniforms, which will replace torn and old clothing they use now.

Hundreds of boys and girls play sports throughout the town during the year. The baseball and softball teams would benefit from the funds with new bats and gloves for the teams. Plus, new practice equipment for indoor use would be much appreciated.

"Helmets cost a lot of money, so I know a large portion will go towards buying them," says Agazim.

Agazim Purchases Necessary Equipment For Raffle

Agazim has purchased fliers, tickets, and necessary merchandise for the fundraiser raffle. Because of the low budget, the recreation department will get a high return from the dinner. This reasoning was the primary backing of Agazim's thought process.

"The ball is in the city's court," says Agazim. "I hope they jump on board and allow me to hold the fundraiser. I know it's the process to get it approved, but I'm confident I have made all the necessary preparations to get recognized. I'm excited about the banquet and helping the community."

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Dozens of artworks by French-trained American artist John Douglas Patrick (1863-1937) will be sold online January 15th

Peasant Knitting by John Douglas Patrick (Am., 1863-1937).

Cherry Blossom in Bloom by John Douglas Patrick (Am., 1863-1937).

Girl in White, painted in 1901 by John Douglas Patrick (Am., 1863-1937).

Harvest by John Douglas Patrick (Am., 1863-1937), painted circa 1900.

Photo taken in 1912 by French-trained American artist John Douglas Patrick, signed and dated.

Dozens of original artworks and other personal effects from the estate of John Douglas Patrick (1863-1937), who studied in France, will be sold online Jan. 15.

We expect this auction to generate tremendous interest, locally, nationally and internationally, from institutions and collectors, and we anticipate keen interest from French galleries.”

— Jason Roske

KANSAS CITY, MO, UNITED STATES, December 15, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Dozens of original artworks and other personal effects from the estate of John Douglas Patrick (1863-1937), who studied in France and achieved worldwide acclaim by being one of the first Americans ever to be awarded a medal by the Paris Salon in 1889 for his seminal work Brutality, will be sold in an online auction Monday, January 15th, at 7 pm Central.

The auction is being conducted by KC Auction & Appraisal Company, based in Kansas City. The catalog is scheduled to be published and open for pre-bidding on New Year’s Day, January 1st, at the website www.kcauctioncompany.com. There will be no live, phone or absentee (left) bidding. It’s an absolute auction; everything sells to the highest bidder, regardless of final price.

“We expect this auction to generate tremendous interest, locally, nationally and internationally,” said Jason Roske, owner of KC Auction & Appraisal Company. “This is based solely on the quality of Mr. Patrick’s work and because of his worldwide appeal. We’ve already seen strong interest from institutions and collectors, and we anticipate keen interest from French galleries.”

The auction will exclusively feature artworks by Patrick, plus other items from his estate. The balance of his body of work and personal effects will be sold over the course of several more auctions, folded into general fine art and antique auctions planned throughout 2018 by KC Auction & Appraisal Company. All 500-600 of his artworks have been stored away for decades.

The artworks in the January sale cover a wide range of styles. Patrick was a classically trained figural painter who also created wonderful plein air (outdoor) works depicting fields, orchards, trees and other nature-related subjects. His drawings and portraits are mostly classical in nature.

Some of the canvases are studies for Brutality, a monumental work that was gifted to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City by the artist’s descendants in the 1990s (Brutality is not for sale in the auction). Also up for bid will be gorgeous impressionistic landscape paintings.

The other items will include his personal trunk that he used when traveling back and forth to Paris; hundreds of pieces of correspondence (including letters from patrons, contracts from the Kansas City Art Institute, where Patrick taught for decades); brochures from various art shows that featured his work; his painting supplies box (with artist’s palettes) and many other items.

A biography of Patrick, written while he was still very much alive and involved in the creative process, in a brochure published by The Fine Arts Institute of Kansas City (scholastic year 1909-10), listed his achievements as such:

• Three times a medal winner during the first six months in the St. Louis School of Fine Arts, where he painted his first Salon picture.
• First and second prize during his first year in the Academie Julian of Paris, being the second American thusly honored.
• Second prize won in a competition with 120 others.
• An exhibitor in three successive Salons.
• His Brutality awarded the bronze medal, Universal Exhibition, Paris, 1889.

John Douglas Patrick was born to Scottish immigrants in Hopewell, Pa., but he moved with his family to a farm outside Lenexa, Kansas, near Kansas City, when he was still young. He showed a proficiency for drawing and painting early on and went on to attend the St. Louis School of Art for four years. Then he left in 1885, to study at the prestigious Academie Julian in Paris, France.

His talent was recognized by the faculty and he had paintings accepted for the Paris Salon, the annual exhibition, in the late 1880s. He made his mark with Brutality, an impressive, powerful work. Depicting a man abusing a horse to get it to do his bidding, the 11 foot 6 inch by 9 foot 6 inch oil on canvas is Patrick’s statement that animals should be treated with dignity and respect.

Patrick returned to the U.S. for family reasons in the 1890s and spent two years teaching art at a school he founded in St. Louis. During this period his reputation as a respected artist was further cemented when some of his work was featured in the Kansas pavilion at the 1894 World’s Fair. In 1900, he returned to the Lenexa-Kansas City area and remained there for the rest of his life.

In 1907, Patrick was hired as one of the first teachers at the newly-formed Fine Arts Institute (later re-named the Kansas City Art Institute) in Kansas City. According to family lore, Patrick taught for free the first year, to help the school save money and attract enrollment. He was paid starting the following year until his retirement in 1936. The school held a retrospective of his work in December 1936; in January 1937, just one month later, Patrick passed away at age 74.

Because Patrick was always employed as an art professor, and earned additional income from portrait commissions, he rarely offered his personal works for sale. He cherished the very act of creation and considered his paintings to be a part of himself. He painted until the end of his life.

Upon his death, the task of inventorying and storing Patrick’s estate fell to his family, which kept his artworks in one bedroom of a two-bedroom apartment. The next generation of heirs stored his paintings and drawings in a basement, where they’ve remained ever since, untouched, for years.

“We are honored and humbled to bring this historic and important collection to auction,” Mr. Roske said. “Collectors are in for a treat when they realize the quality, quantity and breadth of Mr. Patrick’s work. They’ll have the opportunity to acquire pieces that were created in France and many places in the United States, including Lenexa, Kansas City, St. Louis and Tennessee.”

Roske added, “The variety of works include quick sketches in graphite, completed drawings, studies for Brutality and other paintings, and many oil paintings. Some are spectacular works ready to hang in the home, gallery or museum. Others are in states best described as estate fresh. This is a rare chance to acquire items created by and used by this overlooked American Master.”

A preview will be held the second week of January (dates and times to be announced), at the KC Auction & Appraisal Company gallery, located in the historic Quality Hill section of Kansas City, at 1070 Washington Street, by appointment only. For an appointment, call 816-283-3633.

KC Auction & Appraisal Company is always seeking quality items for future sales. To inquire about consigning a piece, a collection or an estate, you may call them at 816-283-3633; or, you can e-mail them at info@kcauctioncompany.com. The firm specializes in fine art, antiques and estate liquidations and has been recognized as the Best Auction House in Kansas City by readers of Pitch magazine three of the last four years.

For more information about KC Auction & Appraisal Company and the internet-only Part 1 auction of the estate of artist John Douglas Patrick, please visit www.kcauctioncompany.com.

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KC Auction & Appraisal Company
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Artworks by Twombly, Monet, Botero, Campigli, others will be in Woodshed Art Auctions' Dec. 28 online-only fine art sale

Original oil on board abstract floral painting by Cy Twombly (Am., 1928-2011).

Oil and gouache painting attributed to Claude Monet (Fr., 1840-1926), titiled Les Nymphaes.

Oil on paper attributed to Colombian artist and sculptor Fernando Botero (b. 1932).

Oil on laid paper attributed to Italian artist Massimo Campigli (1895-1971).

Oil on canvas painting attributed to Cuban-born artist Wilfredo Lam (1902-1982).

An original oil on board abstract floral painting by Cy Twombly and works attributed to Claude Monet, Fernando Botero and Massimo Campigli are a few highlights.

FRANKLIN, MASS., UNITED STATES, December 15, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — FRANKLIN, Mass. – An original oil on board abstract floral painting by artist Cy Twombly and works attributed to Claude Monet, Fernando Botero and Massimo Campigli are just a few of the highlights in Woodshed Art Auctions’ internet-only Private Collection Discoveries auction. Live bidding begins on Thursday, December 28th, at 5 pm Eastern, at www.woodshedartauctions.com.

Other artists in the auction read like a who’s-who in fine art: Edward Moran, Hans Hofmann, Andy Warhol, Lee Krasner, William Merritt Chase, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Sam Francis, Henri-Theodote Fantin-Latour, Guy Carleton Wiggins, Pablo Picasso, Antoni Tapies, Leonard T. Foujita, Adolph Gottlieb, Robert Motherwell, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Philip Guston and others.

The 133 lots include Impressionist and Modern Master drawings and paintings from European, South American and North American private collections and estates. The abstract work by Cy Twombly (Am., 1928-2011) is the expected top lot, with an estimate of $150,000-$250,000. The signed oil painting is sumptuous and lush, showing off Twombly’s fascination with floral motifs.

The oil and gouache painting attributed to Claude Monet (Fr., 1840-1926), titled Les Nymphaes (Water Lilies) carries a pre-sale estimate of $40,000-$60,000. The unframed work, measuring 8 ¼ inches by 11 inches, is signed lower left. It is stamped verso Collection Forestal, Nice (France) and also comes with a certificate of inspection from the Art Collectors Group in Luxembourg.

The oil on paper attributed to the Colombian figurative artist and sculptor Fernando Botero (b. 1932) is titled En El Parque (In the Park) and is artist-signed lower left and dated (“94”). The 11 ¾ inch by 16 ½ inch painting depicts a couple enjoying an outdoor picnic in the countryside. It is painted in Botero’s signature style, which he calls Boterismo. It’s estimated at $20,000-$30,000.

The oil on laid paper (adhered to illustration board) attributed to Massimo Campigli (It., 1895-1971), titled Three Women Descending the Stairs, is expected to realize $40,000-$60,000. The work is signed lower left and measures 28 inches by 15 inches framed. Campigli was a member of the Paris Italians artist group. He’s best known for his pale, fresco-like paintings of women.

An oil on canvas work attributed to Cuban-born artist Wilfredo Lam (1902-1982), titled Femme, signed upper right and inscribed verso, has an estimate of $80,000-$120,000. The painting is housed in a lovely three-inch gold frame with a black liner. Lam was born in Havana, fought for the Republican side in the Spanish Civil War and became friends with Pablo Picasso in Paris.

Some of the artworks in the sale are attributions, but others are originals. Examples include an oil on canvas marine rendering by Edward Moran (Br./Am., 1829-1901), titled A Shipwreck, signed and dated 1860 (est. $20,000-$30,000); and an oil on canvas snowy streetscape by Guy Carleton Wiggins (Am., 1883-1962) titled The Cotton Club, signed front and back (est. $60,000-$80,000).

An oil on linen signed by William Merritt Chase (Am., 1849-1916), also an original, a plein air seacoast landscape of Shinnecock Hills, N.Y., where he taught outdoor classes, has an estimate of $80,000-$120,000. An unframed cabaret portrait attributed to Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (Fr., 1864-1901), showing a woman with rouged lips and festive attire, should bring $30,000-$50,000.

An untitled abstract black and white oil painting attributed to Sam Francis (Am., 1923-1994), signed lower left and measuring 22 ½ inches by 21 inches in the frame, is expected to gavel for $20,000-$30,000; while a still life oil on canvas attributed to Henri-Theodore Fantin-Latour (Fr., 1805-1872), titled Bouquet de fleurs, in an ornate gold leaf frame, should hit $35,000-$50,000.

A Pablo Picasso lithograph on paper titled Young Spanish Peasant, signed and dated in the stone (23/970), number 850 from an edition of 2,500, 33 ¾ inches by 28 inches framed, is expected to fetch $3,000-$5,000; and a mixed media abstract collage painting on canvas attributed to another Spaniard, Antoni Tapies (1923-2012), signed and framed, is estimated to bring $30,000-$50,000.

A watercolor and India ink on paper attributed to Leonard Tsuguharu Foujita (Jap./Fr., 1886-1968), titled Cat, signed and dated with a Japanese inscription, should sell for $12,000-$16,000. An untitled abstract oil on canvas composition attributed to Robert Burns Motherwell (1915-1991), possibly a study for a Spanish Civil War series painting, should garner $40,000-$60,000.

An oil on canvas attributed to Adolph Gottlieb (Am., 1903-1974), untitled (Blast Painting), signed lower left and with evidence of an underpainting on the reverse, carries an estimate of $25,000-$35,000. Also, an untitled (Skeleton Head) oil on canvas attributed to Jean-Michel Basquiat (Am., 1960-1988), unframed and signed upper right, should make $60,000-$80,000.

An untitled (Hooded Figures Driving) oil on canvas attributed to Philip Guston (Can., 1913-1980), depicting hooded figures driving through an industrial or otherworldly landscape, has an estimate of $40,000-$60,000. Also, an abstract oil painting attributed to Hans Hofmann (Germ./Am., 1880-1966), signed lower margin and in a frame, should finish at $20,000-$30,000.

An unframed mixed media drawing on paper, done in the manner of Andy Warhol (Am., 1928-1984), titled Cow, signed in pencil front and back and with a COA from Bonnier Art Services in France, is estimated at $40,000-$60,000. Also, an untitled abstract expressionist oil on canvas painting by Lee Krasner (Am., 1908-1984), signed and framed, should reach $40,000-$60,000.

Woodshed Art Auctions is a family-owned art gallery specializing in oil painting restoration and live and online art auctions, celebrating its 50th anniversary. The firm is always accepting quality artworks for future auctions. To inquire about consigning a single piece or an entire collection, you may call Bruce Wood at 508-533-6277; or, e-mail him at bruce@woodshedartauctions.com.

For more information about Woodshed Art Auctions and the December 28th online-only Private Collections Discoveries auction, please visit www.woodshedartauctions.com.

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Bruce Wood
Woodshed Art Auctions
(508) 533-6277
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Floating Hotels Market 2017 Global Trend, Segmentation and Opportunities Forecast To 2022

Floating Hotels -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis of Top Key Player Forecast To 2022

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Global Floating Hotels Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022
1 Industry Overview of Floating Hotels
1.1 Floating Hotels Market Overview
1.1.1 Floating Hotels Product Scope
1.1.2 Market Status and Outlook
1.2 Global Floating Hotels Market Size and Analysis by Regions
1.2.1 United States
1.2.2 EU
1.2.3 Japan
1.2.4 China
1.2.5 India
1.2.6 Southeast Asia
1.3 Floating Hotels Market by Type
1.3.1 Single Occupancy
1.3.2 Double Occupancy
1.3.3 Other
1.4 Floating Hotels Market by End Users/Application
1.4.1 Business Trip
1.4.2 Resorts
1.4.3 Tourism

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3 Company (Top Players) Profiles
3.1 Dragon Inn floating resort
3.1.1 Company Profile
3.1.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.1.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.1.4 Floating Hotels Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.1.5 Recent Developments
3.2 Four Seasons Bora Bora
3.2.1 Company Profile
3.2.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.2.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.2.4 Floating Hotels Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.2.5 Recent Developments
3.3 River Kwai Jungle Rafts (Thailand)
3.3.1 Company Profile
3.3.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.3.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.3.4 Floating Hotels Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.3.5 Recent Developments
3.4 Floating and rotating hotel tower
3.4.1 Company Profile
3.4.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.4.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.4.4 Floating Hotels Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.4.5 Recent Developments
3.5 Conrad Maldives
3.5.1 Company Profile
3.5.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.5.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.5.4 Floating Hotels Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.5.5 Recent Developments
3.6 Punta Caracol Acqua Lodge (Panama)
3.6.1 Company Profile
3.6.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.6.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.6.4 Floating Hotels Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.6.5 Recent Developments
3.7 Queen Mary Long Beach (California)
3.7.1 Company Profile
3.7.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.7.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.7.4 Floating Hotels Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
3.7.5 Recent Developments
3.8 C-bed
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3.8.4 Floating Hotels Revenue (Value) (2012-2017)
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10 Ways Lerner and Rowe Gives Back This Holiday Season

The law offices of Lerner and Rowe share Top 10 Arizona holiday charitable activities list.

I can’t live in a community where there are so many people that are kept from doing more and being more because they don’t have the basics to achieve their dreams.”

— Kevin Rowe, ESQ.

PHOENIX, AZ, UNITED STATES, December 14, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — During this season of good tidings and hope the law offices of Lerner and Rowe have gone above and beyond to make the holidays extra cheerful for impoverished families and individuals. Starting just after Thanksgiving with their 25 Days of Giving Contest, the legal teams of Lerner and Rowe have been actively engaged in supporting 10 Arizona charitable activities with even more commitments schedule well into March of 2018.

The top 10 charitable activities that Lerner and Rowe has given back to during the 2017 holiday season include: 1) Christmas Winter Wonderland Car Show & Toy Drive, 2) 3rd Annual Holmberg’s Happy Ending, 3) 2017 Ed Doherty Award Luncheon Sponsors, 4) 2017 AZ LEOS Shop With a Cop, 5) Afternoon of Hope, 6) The Salvation Army Tucson Christmas Angel Giving Tree, 7) 9th Annual NOCC Valley of the Sun Chapter Run/Walk, 8) McKenna Youth Foundation’s Annual Children’s Holiday Party, 9) 2017 Johnjay & Rich’s Christmas Wish, and 10) 25 Days of Giving 2017

“The main reason that we give back is to help others in their time of need. I can’t live in a community where there are so many people that are kept from doing more and being more because they don’t have the basics to achieve their dreams,” said attorney Kevin Rowe.

For more details regarding the many community partners the law offices of Lerner and Rowe have supported across the state of Arizona, please contact Cindy Ernst at (602) 977-1900, or visit lernerandrowegivesback.com.

More about Lerner and Rowe

For additional information about Lerner and Rowe’s Phoenix personal injury attorneys call (602) 977-1900 or visit lernerandrowe.com. To learn more about the criminal defense and bankruptcy legal services offered by their partner law firm Lerner and Rowe Law Group, visit lernerandrowelawgroup.com or call (602) 667-7777. Need help filing an application or appeal for Social Security benefits? Contact the law firms other legal partners at Social Security Disability Advocates by calling (602) 952-3200 or online at socialsecuritydisabilityadvocatesusa.com.

To connect with the law firm socially, follow Lerner and Rowe on Twitter, or become a fan of their Facebook page. Also visit lernerandrowegivesback.com to learn more about the community services that the lawyers and legal support team of Lerner and Rowe actively support.

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Global Mobile Gambling Market 2017 Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast by 2022

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China
India
Southeast Asia

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Other

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lobal Mobile Gambling Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022 
1 Industry Overview of Mobile Gambling 
1.1 Mobile Gambling Market Overview 
1.1.1 Mobile Gambling Product Scope 
1.1.2 Market Status and Outlook 
1.2 Global Mobile Gambling Market Size and Analysis by Regions 
1.2.1 United States 
1.2.2 EU 
1.2.3 Japan 
1.2.4 China 
1.2.5 India 
1.2.6 Southeast Asia 
1.3 Mobile Gambling Market by Type 
1.3.1 Poker 
1.3.2 Betting 
1.3.3 Lottery 
1.3.4 Casino 
1.3.5 Other 
1.4 Mobile Gambling Market by End Users/Application 
1.4.1 Gambling Enthusiasts 
1.4.2 Dabblers 
1.4.3 Social Exuberant 
1.4.4 Other

2 Global Mobile Gambling Competition Analysis by Players 
2.1 Mobile Gambling Market Size (Value) by Players (2016 and 2017) 
2.2 Competitive Status and Trend 
2.2.1 Market Concentration Rate 
2.2.2 Product/Service Differences 
2.2.3 New Entrants 
2.2.4 The Technology Trends in Future

3 Company (Top Players) Profiles 
3.1 888 Holdings PLC 
3.1.1 Company Profile 
3.1.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.1.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.1.4 Mobile Gambling Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.1.5 Recent Developments 
3.2 Ladbrokes Betting & Gaming Ltd. 
3.2.1 Company Profile 
3.2.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.2.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.2.4 Mobile Gambling Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.2.5 Recent Developments 
3.3 Bet-at-home.com 
3.3.1 Company Profile 
3.3.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.3.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.3.4 Mobile Gambling Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.3.5 Recent Developments 
3.4 Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment 
3.4.1 Company Profile 
3.4.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.4.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.4.4 Mobile Gambling Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.4.5 Recent Developments 
3.5 Betfair Group plc. 
3.5.1 Company Profile 
3.5.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.5.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.5.4 Mobile Gambling Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.5.5 Recent Developments 
3.6 Unibet Group 
3.6.1 Company Profile 
3.6.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.6.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.6.4 Mobile Gambling Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.6.5 Recent Developments 
3.7 William Hill 
3.7.1 Company Profile 
3.7.2 Main Business/Business Overview 
3.7.3 Products, Services and Solutions 
3.7.4 Mobile Gambling Revenue (Value) (2012-2017) 
3.7.5 Recent Developments

4 Global Mobile Gambling Market Size by Type and Application (2012-2017) 
4.1 Global Mobile Gambling Market Size by Type (2012-2017) 
4.2 Global Mobile Gambling Market Size by Application (2012-2017) 
4.3 Potential Application of Mobile Gambling in Future 
4.4 Top Consumer/End Users of Mobile Gambling

5 United States Mobile Gambling Development Status and Outlook 
5.1 United States Mobile Gambling Market Size (2012-2017) 
5.2 United States Mobile Gambling Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016 and 2017)

6 EU Mobile Gambling Development Status and Outlook 
6.1 EU Mobile Gambling Market Size (2012-2017) 
6.2 EU Mobile Gambling Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016 and 2017)

7 Japan Mobile Gambling Development Status and Outlook 
7.1 Japan Mobile Gambling Market Size (2012-2017) 
7.2 Japan Mobile Gambling Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016 and 2017)

8 China Mobile Gambling Development Status and Outlook 
8.1 China Mobile Gambling Market Size (2012-2017) 
8.2 China Mobile Gambling Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016 and 2017)

9 India Mobile Gambling Development Status and Outlook 
9.1 India Mobile Gambling Market Size (2012-2017) 
9.2 India Mobile Gambling Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016 and 2017)

10 Southeast Asia Mobile Gambling Development Status and Outlook 
10.1 Southeast Asia Mobile Gambling Market Size (2012-2017) 
10.2 Southeast Asia Mobile Gambling Market Size and Market Share by Players (2016 and 2017)

11 Market Forecast by Regions, Type and Application (2017-2022) 
11.1 Global Mobile Gambling Market Size (Value) by Regions (2017-2022) 
11.1.1 United States Mobile Gambling Revenue and Growth Rate (2017-2022) 
11.1.2 EU Mobile Gambling Revenue and Growth Rate (2017-2022) 
11.1.3 Japan Mobile Gambling Revenue and Growth Rate (2017-2022) 
11.1.4 China Mobile Gambling Revenue and Growth Rate (2017-2022) 
11.1.5 India Mobile Gambling Revenue and Growth Rate (2017-2022) 
11.1.6 Southeast Asia Mobile Gambling Revenue and Growth Rate (2017-2022) 
11.2 Global Mobile Gambling Market Size (Value) by Type (2017-2022) 
11.3 Global Mobile Gambling Market Size by Application (2017-2022)

12 Mobile Gambling Market Dynamics 
12.1 Mobile Gambling Market Opportunities 
12.2 Mobile Gambling Challenge and Risk 
12.2.1 Competition from Opponents 
12.2.2 Downside Risks of Economy 
12.3 Mobile Gambling Market Constraints and Threat 
12.3.1 Threat from Substitute 
12.3.2 Government Policy 
12.3.3 Technology Risks 
12.4 Mobile Gambling Market Driving Force 
12.4.1 Growing Demand from Emerging Markets 
12.4.2 Potential Application

13 Market Effect Factors Analysis 
13.1 Technology Progress/Risk 
13.1.1 Substitutes 
13.1.2 Technology Progress in Related Industry 
13.2 Consumer Needs Trend/Customer Preference 
13.3 External Environmental Change 
13.3.1 Economic Fluctuations 
13.3.2 Other Risk Factors

14 Research Finding/Conclusion

Continuous…

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Rare, museum-quality Dorflinger cranberry cut to clear glass ewer, 17 inches tall, soars to $75,000 at Woody Auction

Museum-quality cranberry cut to clear Dorflinger ewer, 17 inches tall ($75,000).

Five solid cased ruby ABCG wine glasses in a spiral pattern by Dorflinger ($27,500).

Solid green Rhine wine glass, Webb Rock crystal, with dragon and floral motif ($9,500).

Fantastic ABCG pedestal punch bowl in the Stars and Stripes pattern by Sinclair ($14,000)

10.25-inch-tall ABCG claret jug in a hobstar, swirled tusk, clear bar and fan motif ($9,000).

An exceedingly rare, museum-quality Dorflinger cranberry cut to clear glass ewer, 17 inches tall, soared to $75,000 at an auction held Nov. 18 by Woody Auction.

It’s refreshing to see that quality glass still commands strong interest.”

— Jason Woody

KANSAS CITY, MO., UNITED STATES, December 13, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — KANSAS CITY, Mo. – An exceedingly rare, museum-quality Dorflinger cranberry cut to clear glass ewer, 17 inches tall, soared to $75,000 at a sale featuring two major collections of American Brilliant Cut Glass, held November 18th by Woody Auction, online and at the Hilton Kansas City Airport. It was the final major cut glass auction of the year for Woody Auction, which is based in Douglass, Kansas.

“It’s refreshing to see that quality glass still commands strong interest,” said Jason Woody of Woody Auction, describing a sale in which ten lots sold for $10,000 or more, 17 lots sold for between $5,000 and $10,000 and 61 lots sold for between $1,000 and $5,000. Nearly 375 lots in total came up for bid. About 65 bidders attended the auction in person, while 246 registered and approved bidders bid online.

The Dorflinger ewer was the undisputed star lot of the auction. The piece boasted an extensive pattern and embossed sterling silver base by Redlich & Company of New York City. A matching ewer, only in green, is on display at the Dorflinger Museum. A set of red and green such ewers, either 12 of each or 12 total, was commissioned for the wedding of William K. Vanderbilt to Virginia Graham Fair in 1899.

The auction was co-headlined by the American Brilliant Cut Glass collections of Tom Grabb of Indiana and Bill Chandler of Tennessee. These include many rare patterns including Pueblo, Waldorf, Bellevue, Crystal City, Atom, Rex, and others. Following are additional highlights from the no-reserves auction, where all lots sold regardless of price. All figures quoted are hammer.

The runner-up top lot was an American Brilliant Cut Glass (ABCG) round tray, signed Hawkes and in the Pueblo pattern (also known as the Concentric Circles pattern), 11 inches diameter ($24,000). That was followed by a fantastic ABCG pedestal punch bowl in the Stars and Stripes pattern by Sinclair, with a hobstar foot and the finest quality blank, 9 inches in height and 14 ½ inches diameter ($14,000).

Lots 111 and 112 were both red cut to clear wine glasses, signed “Fritsche” and offered as individual lots, and they gaveled for identical selling prices of $11,000 each. The 5 ¾ inch tall stems were in the Webb Rock Crystal pattern and were made specifically for Daniel J. Sully accompanied by photocopied correspondence from Thomas Webb & Sons. Bidders were drawn to the two glasses’ outstanding color.

Another superb cranberry cut to clear ABCG wine glass – this one in the Parisian pattern by Dorflinger – hammered for $9,000. It was a cut stem of the highest quality and has a fine, scalloped base. Also, a group of five solid cased ruby ABCG wine glasses in a spiral pattern by Dorflinger, each 4 ½ inches tall showing fantastic color and a scalloped ray cut base, saw spirited bidding before finishing at $27,500.

Two very different lots posted the same selling prices of $9,500. One was an exceptional ABCG pedestal rose bowl in the Croesus pattern by J. Hoare, with outstanding quality and heavy blank. The other was a round ABCG tray, 13 inches in diameter, signed Tuthill in the Rex pattern, superbly-cut.

A set of four claret (red table wine) ABCG glasses in the Wedgemere pattern by Libbey, each one five inches tall and with a scalloped hobstar petticoat base and extra nice blanks, finished at $13,000. Also, a 10 ¼ inch tall ABCG claret jug in a hobstar, swirled tusk, clear bar and fan motif, comprising a fine Gorham sterling repousse spout, lid and handle, an example of the highest quality, breezed to $9,000.

The glass pattern of the claret jug just described matched the 7-inch-tall ABCG cider pitcher in the Wedgemere pattern by Libbey with a pattern cut handle, a piece of excellent quality, with very deep cutting and outstanding blank. It fetched $8,000. Also, a set of four 6 ¼ inch tall ABCG water goblets, also in the Wedgemere pattern by Libbey, each with an outstanding Hobstar petticoat base, hit $13,000.

The sale also featured a set of four saucer Champagne glasses, all in the Wedgemere pattern by Libbey, showing wonderful clarity ($10,000); a solid green Rhine wine glass, Webb Rock crystal cut in the historical pattern of the Gary set, featuring a dragon and floral motif ($9,500); and a set of five yellow cut to clear ABCG wine glasses in the Russian pattern, all with star cut buttons ($13,000).

Moving forward, Woody Auction will conduct regular auction events in its Douglass gallery, located at 120 Third Street, and occasionally at other venues. First up will be an online-only auction on Saturday, January 13th, 2018, featuring cut glass and art glass, pickle castors, RS Prussia, and more. That will be followed by a major auction on Saturday, February 24th, in the new Douglass gallery, featuring original paintings by Birger Sandzén, not offered for sale in over 40 years, plus bronzes, art glass and furniture. During this auction, Woody Auction will commemorate the completion of their new facility with an Open House celebration.

After that, Woody Auction’s 2018 lineup will include an antique auction on Saturday, March 10th; a cut glass auction on Saturday, March 24th, an antique estate auction on Saturday, April 28th; and a major cut glass auction on Saturday, May 12th, at the St. Charles Convention Center in Missouri. A July auction is also planned. Woody Auction is currently filling auction dates from August to December, 2018.

Woody Auction is always accepting quality consignments for future sales. To consign an item, an estate or a collection you may call them at (316) 747-2694; or you can e-mail them at info@woodyauction.com. To learn more about Woody Auction and the 2018 auction lineup, please visit www.WoodyAuction.com.

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Jason Woody
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Jared Hadaway Inching Closer To Finalizing Plans To Host Tie Dye Party To Benefit Boys And Girls Club

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SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, December 13, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — After weeks of planning and thought, Jared Hadaway is inching closer to announcing final plans for a tie-dye party. This party would be for the community, and all proceeds go to the local Boys and Girls Club.

While further plans need to be worked out, Hadaway is more confident about setting a date than before. The next step will be selling tickets and gathering supplies from sponsors.

"Every person in the city who has heard about the party has been so encouraging," says Hadaway. "I know the event will be a success just from the first few waves of feedback I've received."

Money And Other Supplies To Be Donated

Since his first few days of planning, donations and volunteers have come in bulk. Companies around the city have donated necessary supplies or able to bring food to sell. These are just additional avenues Hadaway is learning to raise more funds. A tie-dye gathering takes thorough preparation, but local businesses have made the process easier.

Hadaway has already secured a large enough venue for the event. The building is big enough to hold a massive crowd but also has outdoor space. With tie-dye involved, things can get messy. If the weather calls for it, Hadaway hopes to have the tie-dye stations outdoors. This idea lowers the probability of a significant cleanup indoors and risking damaging property.

"As a kid, I loved these kinds of parties," recollects Hadaway. "I'm a creative person, and putting forth the effort to make something you can wear intrigued me as a child."

How The Party Will Work With Customers And Attendees
Hadaway has been able to revise the way he will operate the party. All of the supplies donated; this means residents will only pay one fee to participate. The money raised from the flat rates will go towards the local Boys and Girls Club.

All of the shirts residents create will be taken home or donated to charity. This fact means every resident will be making a product to take home and the money goes to a great cause.

"I mentioned before that I wanted to give away prizes for the best shirts," adds Hadaway. "This will be possible since more businesses have donated prizes."

Hadaway says restaurants have given him gift certificates and will donate food for the event. Other businesses have given Hadaway actual product or coupons for services.

"Every business that has heard about the event has donated something," says Hadaway. "There will be some fabulous prizes for winners, so the extra incentive to participate is there.

The Boys and Girls Club loves the idea of a themed shirt contest. This competition would promote the charity, but also give another way to raise funds. In the future, the winning design and the money would go to the club.

More Entertainment Planned For Event
"I have already booked entertainment for the event," says Hadaway. "A few of the local bands will be playing music, and I have a few more acts for further entertainment."

Hadaway knows the attendance will be substantial. That's why he likes the versatile option of the venue. Now Hadaway hopes for a sunny day on the day he plans to have the event. A sunny day means more room and opportunities for attendees.

"I'm praying for sunshine and a warm day," states Hadaway. "We are only a few steps away from establishing this event with the community, and I'm looking forward to it."

Hadaway is already gathering supplies and kits to give to attendees. Also, his volunteers have started helping with packages. It's been a team effort overall, and the event will surely be a success.

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Todd Kassal Getting Closer To Hosting Chores For Charity Event In His Community

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MIAMI, FL, UNITED STATES, December 13, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — With the winter season upon us, many members of the community are already looking forward to summer. Those reasons include the sun, laying by the pool, and cookouts. But Todd Kassal has another reason to look forward to summer. Those are house cleaning duties, yard work, painting, doing dishes, and more.

"Many people are looking forward to summer because of the pool and sun," explains Kassal. "But I'm looking forward to the summer months because of the progress of the Chores For Charity event I'm hosting."

Kassal came up with the Chores For Charity idea weeks ago. He realized that youngsters around the area could work during the summer and weekend, and donate some of their wages towards a cause and charity. That's

The charity Kassal is planning to donate these funds to is the local children's hospital. He thought it would be an excellent idea for children to help out other children. After discussing with members of the community, Kassal realized the plan would be popular among other residents.

Plan To Raise Money And Help Teenagers Learn Life Skills
"The plan is to raise money for the hospital, but also get some things done around the city," Kassal says. "Once residents realize a percentage of the money goes towards a good cause, they will put the kids to work even more."

Not only will the cause benefit the hospital, but every teenager who becomes involved gets rewarded. Kassal hopes to have a pizza party at the end of the summer that will bring the working teenagers with the children in the hospital.

While the teenagers get to keep a high percentage of the money they earn, they also will learn valuable life lessons. Kassal believes the teenagers will discover time and money management.

"Their experience will not just be about making money, but also gaining valuable knowledge for life," says Kassal. "It's a win-win situation.

Once the planning is over, and Kassal provides signup sheets throughout the community, he hopes for a large turnout. Not only will there be signup sheets for workers, but also for people who need chores done.

Residents around the city can signup and provide what weekly chores they would like done. Todd Kassal expects yard work, and general house chores will dominate the signup sheets.

"Once a resident signs up, they will be assigned a worker, and they will exchange information," says Kassal. "The two parties then can decide time and dates for the chores."

Kassal also believes when residents realize a percentage of their money is going towards the children's hospital, more work will be available. More work means more money raised.

Plenty Of Jobs Available For Workers During Summer Months
When it comes to jobs, anything a teenager can do will suffice. There will also be jobs available from the city, including park cleanups, trash pickup, and other general tasks.

"There's plenty of cleanup opportunities needed around the city," says Kassal. "Why not clean up the city while raising money for a good cause?"

Also, Kassal has spoken with companies around the city that will donate supplies and tools for the teenagers who don't have any. These tools will help those complete jobs they usually wouldn't be able to. The donations will open up more jobs for more workers.

The local children's hospital has been onboard since Kassal's idea reached the management office. They believe any donation would be beneficial and are grateful for Kassal's idea.

"I hope for a large turnout of workers and jobs, and at the end of the summer, presenting the hospital with a large check," says Kassal. "Everyone involved benefits from this idea and I hope we can put it into motion next summer."

Eric Ash
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Prisoners seeking Companionship through Pen Pal Site

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With sites like Penacon.com prisoners are given the hope of finding a connection.

I’ve been in for quite some time now, 10 years to be exact, and it has been so lonely. My heart aches to care again, and I long to know that someone cares for me.”

— Incarcerated in WA

NORTH DIGHTON, MA, USA, December 13, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Prison is a harsh experience, especially during the Holidays. Prisoners are separated from their families and friends and looking for communication from those on the outside. Many feel so alone and are desperate for correspondence with anyone willing to write.

Penacon.com is a prisoner pen pal website which was taken over by Freebird Publishers. Freebird Publishers is the leading provider for Publishing and other inmate services. They’re the publishers of America’s Largest Publication for Prisoners, Inmate Shopper. Freebird Publishers has been making upgrades to their site, Penacon.com and helping further the chances of their members in finding companionship through mail.

Freebird Publishers urge you to take the time to view the members on their site, Penacon.com, and consider becoming a pen pal. Just a simple letter can mean the world to a lonely prisoner. Browse a full listing of their members on Penacon.com.

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