Epileptic Factory Presenting First Ever Album: A New Approach to House, Dubstep & Midtempo

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The founders of the Epileptic Factory

Epileptic Factory is releasing their first-ever EP. Have you ever thought of what happens if you mix house, dubstep & midtempo? Well, they call it Night Juice!

Have you ever thought of what happens if you mix house, dubstep, and midtempo? Well, we call it: Night Juice!”

— Thomas Njå Skånvik

BERGEN, VESTLAND, NORWAY, March 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — This Friday (26th of March) Epileptic Factory will release their first-ever EP made by their founders, N.jay, SubPhex & Zpox. Have you ever thought of what happens if you mix house, dubstep, and midtempo? Well, they call it: Night Juice! N.jay’s rocking that house, Subphex’s headbanging to that dubstep & Zpox flows with the midtempo. Together they have made a collection of songs showcasing the creative freedom and diversity they stand for. Night Juice as well as the rest of Vol. 1 Alpha, will be out on Spotify and all major streaming services this Friday!

The artists:

Norwegian N.jay started his chapter into electronic music after he got to try playing on vinyl back in 2011, this caused a spark in his interest in electronic music. Growing up he would play random music from the collection at home, play video games like Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Guitar Hero, and simply sing like a madman when he was home alone. N.jay makes a variety of music, but mainly it has something funky and housey to it.

SubPhex is an electronic music producer specializing in Dubstep and Drum & Bass. Not limiting himself to genres & styles; his main goal is to evolve each track to be different. To explore mixing different genres, styles, and vibes from different periods of time, in order to create new modern bass-heavy genre hybrids. Walking on the brink of melodic & fierce; the contrast of having different vibes and emotions is a strong pursuit of SubPhex. There is never quite knowing how a song may evolve and change into something different, and what types of style influences the track is going to be hit with.

Zpox brings that fresh electronic music that makes granny dance while cooking! The exciting sounds from Zpox take you on a journey with good vibes to heavy deep bass. His musical journey started as a teenager where he invested most of his time studying music production!

About us
Epileptic Factory, based in Bergen, Norway, is a music collective started by N.jay and Zpox back in 2019. It all started with a good drink and a dream to create a place where they could work together and release their own and others' music. Fast forward to January 2021 the third member of the team, SubPhex joined them. Together they are working towards making Epileptic Factory greater.

Thomas Njå Skånvik
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Natural Cold Remedy Sees Huge Growth During Pandemic

Joyce Dales - President of Buzzagogo

Joyce Dales – President of Buzzagogo

Buzzagogo Nasal Swab Remedies Sold at Select CVS, TJMaxx, Marshalls and Amazon Prime

Buzzagogo Nasal Swab Remedies Sold at Select CVS, TJMaxx, Marshalls and Amazon Prime

Buzzagogo Nasal Swab Remedies Sold at Select CVS, TJMaxx, Marshalls and Amazon Prime

Buzzagogo Nasal Swab Remedies Sold at Select CVS, TJMaxx, Marshalls and Amazon Prime

Buzzagogo, a natural cold and allergy remedy company, has expanded distribution to over 10,000 stores since March of 2020.

Silly things do cease to be silly if they are done by sensible people in an impudent way.”

— Jane Austen

NOTTINGHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE, UNITED STATES, March 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Buzzagogo, the maker of Cold Bee Gone Nasal Swab Remedy, announced the expansion of their product line into national distribution of over 10,000 stores. These Manuka honey based products have made a huge splash in the cough and cold category as over 3/4ths of consumers are now looking for natural options to protect their families from an increasingly germ riddled world. Buzzagogo’s first product, Cold Bee Gone Nasal Swab Remedy, was created by Joyce Dales in her kitchen in 2009, to protect their newly adopted daughter who had just had open heart surgery and was considered immunocompromised. In order to protect her, Joyce, a lifelong apitherapy enthusiast, blended homeopathic medicine into super honeys that you then swab in your nose. Why target the nose? Joyce had learned, as we have all learned this year, that most illnesses start in the nose! She wanted to create something that not only addressed symptom relief for active illness but also enhanced nasal immune function. Honey was perfect for this because it is antimicrobial, prebiotic, probiotic and restores moisture. Joyce thought she would sell her remedy at local stores and farmers markets, but it was so effective that she finds herself where she is today, with four products on thousands of store shelves nationwide and growing rapidly during a global pandemic.

As the pandemic began, her sales were primarily from e-commerce as shoppers stayed safe at home. Now, as foot traffic increases at brick and mortar stores, Joyce is seeing an incredible jump in sales. Many retailers are expanding the cough and cold category to include natural, immune boosting, products and Buzzagogo’s Nasal Swab Remedies hit a sweet spot with their message that you can take your germ fighting to the next level by protecting your “Booger Biome”.

Joyce Dales ~ Founder of Buzzagogo and Inventor of Cold Bee Gone For more information on Buzzagogo and its remarkable growth during Covid19, please visit coldbeegone.com or contact Office@buzzagogo.com.

ABOUT BUZZAGOGO, LLC Joyce Dales is the CEO of Buzzagogo and the maker of Cold Bee Gone and Allergy Bee Gone, Manuka Honey based remedies that you swab in your nose to help fight cold, flu, allergies and to protect the nasal biome. Joyce is a mom to two beautiful girls through the gift of international adoption. She and her husband Jeffrey run their company while homeschooling, as they travel the country in their 1972 Airstream.

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7 Easy Ways to Add Play to Your Day While Adulting in 2021

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Yummy, healthy smoothie with a scoop of Intentionally Bare’s Keto BHB Raspberry Electrolytes

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Chia shortbread cookies made with yummy Sherpa Chai

Chia shortbread cookies made with yummy Sherpa Chai

Seriously fun tips to help adults survive and thrive in 2021.

Remember, you owe it to your health to have some fun! Give one of these a try, or let this list inspire you to create your ideas to add play to your day.”

— Christie Bilbrey

LAKE WALES, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, March 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Need a lift from the stress and anxiety of navigating the new normal? Adding play to your day can make all the difference. No, these aren’t fun tips to keep the kids busy; these are for us adults trying to survive and thrive in 2021.

It’s so easy to let stress go to your head. I should know; I was so stressed with everything last year that I came down with Shingles. If you don’t know what that feels like, trust me when I say that you want to avoid it at all costs. Ouch!

In case you feel guilty about taking time away from your to-do lists and responsibilities, consider this: a little time for playful activity can benefit your life by helping you:
– develop problem-solving skills
– strengthen creativity and imagination
– rejuvenate your spirit
– unwind from the day
– improve focus

It sounds like we all need to take a little time to play! Here are just a few of my favorite ways to unwind and enjoy being playful.

1. Carve out time for creative writing or doodling, whichever suits your fancy.
Don’t overthink it. Enjoy a yummy, healthy smoothie with a scoop of Intentionally Bare’s Keto BHB Raspberry Electrolytes, grab any writing device, physical or digital, and start writing or drawing whatever pops into your mind. Even if it feels awkward at first, keep going, and stay engaged. Let go of expectations of grandeur with the results. You don’t have to show this to anyone. It’s merely a fun release.

2. Sing out loud.
Find a space where you can make some noise, free from the intrusion of others. This isn’t intended to be a master performance, so belt it out and don’t worry if you’re off-key or can’t remember all the lyrics. Sing your favorites or make it up as you go. Even if you feel a little silly, that’s kind of the point, right?

3. Dance it out!
Want to learn a new move or dance type? Search YouTube for a tutorial to help you step outside of your comfort zone. If you love to dance, then you may want to freestyle the choreography as you go. Now is the perfect time to let loose and have fun moving your body. You can’t tell me dancing won’t put a smile on your face! How about going ol’ school and getting outside to enjoy the sun? Lace-up some roller skates or a pair of Xino Sports’ inline skates, pop in your earbuds, and take in the scenery while you skate your stress away – your inner child will LOVE you for it!

4. Create artwork using any medium you have available.
Sign up for an online art lesson or search for a tutorial on YouTube or TikTok. You can find videos on anything that interests you (painting, collage making, scrapbooking) 24 hours a day! Let’s all do our part to make the world a little brighter. How about giving fluid art a try? All you need is a little bit of paint, a canvas, and a hairdryer to get the colors swirling.

5. Prepare a new dish in the kitchen.
Cooking can be relaxing and fun when you’re trying a new dish or treat. If you want a sweet treat, try this delicious chai shortbread cookie recipe made with Sherpa Chai Vanilla Chai. Sherpa Chai has several amazing flavors (with premium-quality, organic ingredients) made from generations-old, Sherpa recipes from a Nepalese family.

Just remember not to overhype your masterpiece to your spouse in advance – until you’ve had a chance to taste your success. Not that I know anything about that (wink, wink).

To keep this activity calm and playful, make sure you have all of the ingredients and tools needed and laid out in advance. Plan this during a time with few distractions so that you don’t burn your creation or let it boil over onto the stove when you’re not looking. Also, make sure to keep the recipe handy.

6. Design homemade cards to send to nursing home residents.
Why not enjoy a little creative time by serving others? For inspiration, scroll through Pinterest and check out your local craft store, in person, or online. To avoid buying an endless supply of craft materials, check out this article on Craftsy for beautiful creations that use only a few items.

Not sure what to write? You can include a quote, a poem, or write a simple, uplifting message:
· Have a wonderful day!
· You are loved, and there is no one like you.
· You make the world a better place.

7. Make rock art.
Everyone loves a little surprise now and then, right? Rock art is a perfect way to share a smile with others. Find smooth, flat stones to paint and add to your garden, sidewalk, or keep tucked away just for you. You might be surprised by the beautiful creations you can make with rocks. Check out tutorials to spark your creativity.

Pintar Art Supply has amazingly high-quality paint pens (acrylic, oil, and several others) that are perfect for this activity or any art project that you want to keep free of messes, not to mention that paint pens are much easier to control than paintbrushes.

Remember, you owe it to your health to have some fun! Give one of these a try, or let this list inspire you to create your ideas to add play to your day.

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The Longest Head-First Racing Zipline Course in USA Set to Open

Soar Like an Eagle Test Flight at Dells Zipline Adventures in Wisconsin Dells

Soar Like an Eagle Test Flight at Dells Zipline Adventures in Wisconsin Dells

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Dells Zipline Adventures Fact Sheet

Dells Zipline Adventures Fact Sheet

New 10-story Soar Like an Eagle attraction plunges riders into the forests along the Wisconsin River

Flying from 10 stories high in superhero style on Soar Like an Eagle is a heart pounding experience for even hardcore thrill seekers."”

— Krissy Kaminski

WISCONSIN DELLS, WISCONSIN, USA, March 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Chula Vista Resort announced today it is adding Soar Like an Eagle, the Midwest’s first racing prone zipline course, to Dells Zipline Adventures, the outdoor aerial park complex at the resort. Participants race “flying superhero style” down nearly 2,000 feet of parallel ziplines into the forests along the Wisconsin River.

“Thrill seekers will be wowed by both the stunning course and flying superhero style through the natural dense forests along the river,” Krissy Kaminski, vice president of Chula Vista Resort says. “The Soar Like an Eagle course is the longest duo racing zip line course in the United States and the only prone race course sending racers into a forest — we’re so proud to have it here at Chula Vista Resort.”

This new racing prone course officially opens Memorial Day Weekend 2021. Chula Vista Resort anticipates offering trial runs for race enthusiasts to experience this new thrill attraction on weekends beginning mid-April and weekdays beginning mid-May with reservation, weather permitting.

Soar Like an Eagle is a 10-story high racing competition that stretches nearly a half mile between three towers. From 100 feet in the air, racers fly prone (flat on belly, face first, superhero style) on dual parallel race ziplines into the forest. The entire course is a combination of traditional sitting and new prone zipping.

Dells Zipline Adventures offers challenges for participants at every age and skill level. The new Soar Like an Eagle racing zipline course is the newest of the 18 ziplines and four aerial rope courses set within Dells Zipline Adventures. The zipline and aerial rope courses are split into three distinct experiences.
• Soar Like an Eagle racing experience,
• The Canyon Pass Course including 12 ziplines and four aerial bridges where guests climb 50 feet in the air, and
• The Berry’s Landing Course with five zipline and four rope courses from five to 40 feet in the air.

Dells Zipline Adventures is located at Chula Vista Resort in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. The entire outdoor aerial park complex will be open weekends in April, and daily May 1 through October 31, weather permitting. Reservations are encouraged by calling 1-877-230-9836. Admission tickets available online.

Public admission for the park starts at just $39.99 for adults and children 8 and older. Guests should visit website for participation age, height, and weight requirements, and for activities available for younger children. Chula Vista Resort overnight guests receive a $10 discount off their paid DZA admission.

“If thrill seekers are looking for things to do in Wisconsin Dells, Soar Like an Eagle is a must-do,” Kaminski says. “This is the ultimate experience for thrill seekers of all ages.”

Dells Zipline Adventures continues to be committed to the health and safety of all its staff and guests. All activities at Dells Zipline Adventures and Chula Vista Resort are compliant with current CDC recommendations and any State of Wisconsin health mandates.

About Dells Zipline Adventures: Sculpted to reveal natural beauty of landscape, Dells Zipline Adventures is an outdoor aerial park complex designed to thrill and challenge adventure seekers of varying skills. The park has three distinct experiences set high above the ground including aerial rope courses of wobbly bridges to swings, traditional seated harness ziplining, and the new Soar Like an Eagle superhero, racing prone-style of zip experience. Dells Zipline Adventures is located at Chula Vista Resort in Wisconsin Dells, Wis.

About Chula Vista Resort: Chula Vista Resort is an iconic family-operated Wisconsin destination resort in the Waterpark Capital of the World. 2021 marks the 70th year the Kaminski family has owned and operated Chula Vista Resort. The resort features more than 600 guest rooms, suites, villas and condominiums, six restaurants, and 80,000 square feet of meeting and conference space. It caters to families and guests with a host of onsite activities including indoor and outdoor waterparks, Dells Zipline Adventures, and the Cold Water Canyon 18-hole golf course. Chula Vista Resort completed a $10 million room renovation in 2020 and is newly part of the Trademark Collection by Wyndham.

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Miller & Miller's online-only Music Machines, Clocks & Canadiana auction, held March 20th, grosses $418,065 (Canadian)

French Paul O’Dobey wire tower clock made in 1899, originally from a monastery, featuring an “angelus strike” striking twelve times on a small bell to signal the monks to prayer (CA$11,800).

Nathan Hale Vermont banjo clock, made in America in 1840. The 8-day, time only clock had a movement similar to Willard, with tabs on the corners (CA$7,080).

Wurlitzer Model 147 military band organ, made in America in 1916, very rare and including an assortment of Style 150 music rolls, finishing under estimate at CA$5,605.

1930s Pepsi-Cola neon clock made exclusively for the French-Canadian market, with a hand-painted dial and featuring Pepsi’s early “double-dot” logo and lighted dial (CA$4,425).

Drumbo (Ontario, Canada) painted pine sawbuck table from the 1830s, pictured in Howard Pain’s book, The Heritage of Upper Canadian Furniture (CA$7,080).

The auction featured 646 lots of clocks, Canadiana and music machines, pottery, stoneware, folk art, advertising and trade signs, toys, breweriana, paintings.

Canadian furniture and wooden trade signs performed well, and though tower clocks exceeded estimates, the Pequegnat clocks fell short. Advertising remained hot and signs shattered estimates.

— Ethan Miller

NEW HAMBURG, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Bidders literally had time on their hands (and minds) when they registered for Miller & Miller’s online-only Music Machines, Clocks & Canadiana auction, held March 20th. Four of the top five lots were clocks, and clocks made in Canada, the United States and across Europe all found new owners in an auction that grossed CA$418,065.

All prices quoted in this report are in Canadian dollars and are inclusive of the buyer’s premium. Internet bidding was facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.com and the Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. website: www.MillerandMillerAuctions.com. Telephone and absentee bids were also accepted.

The 646-lot auction featured four outstanding collections: the Cathy and Gerry Koolen collection of Dutch clocks, tower clocks and music machines; the Robert Russell collection of Canadian Pequegnat clocks; the John Wine collection of fine Canadian furniture; and the Ben Lennox collection of rare, fresh-to-market items ranging from early historic trade signs to rare seltzers.

Top lot honors went to a French Paul O’Dobey wire tower clock made in 1899 and restored in 2007. The clock featured a three-train rack, snail strike mechanism and pinwheel remontoire. It originally came from a monastery and featured an “angelus strike”, striking twelve times on a small bell to signal the monks to prayer three times a day. The clock changed hands for $11,800.

Two clocks each posted prices of $7,080. One was a Nathan Hale Vermont banjo clock, made in America in 1840. The 8-day, time only clock had a movement similar to Willard, with tabs on the corners. The other was an English William Potts & Sons tower clock from 1899, with gravity escapement, original dial and elecrto-wind (no modification to movement, manual wind intact).

In addition to clocks, Canadiana and music machines, the catalog also boasted pottery and stoneware, folk art, advertising and trade signs, toys, breweriana, paintings, fine art and more. A collection of game pie dishes – 16 dishes in all, by makers that included Gerbing & Stephan, Wedgwood, Staffordshire and George Skey – brought a combined $12,744 for the collection.

“A game pie dish is just an old piece of pottery until someone knows that these unglazed dishes were intended to emulate pastry during the flour shortages of the early 19th century,” said Ethan Miller of Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. “The collection brought twice what we had expected.”

Miller said the American-made Birge & Fuller “Wagon Spring” clock from the 1840s was another object that told a story and brought high dollars as a result. “The maker wanted the benefits of a compact brass spring driven movement without those clunky weights,” he said. “Unlike in Europe, the brass springs were not available. A patented “wagon spring” fusée style movement was the compromise – American ingenuity at its finest. It ended up bringing $3,540.”

Miller remarked, however, that not all the news coming out of the sale was good. “Canadian furniture and wooden trade signs performed well, but we saw evidence that the market for clocks overall is down,” he said. “Though Koolen tower clocks exceeded all estimates, the Pequegnat clocks fell short in many cases. Advertising remained red-hot, while signs shattered estimates.”

A Wurlitzer Model 147 military band organ, made in America in 1916, very rare and including an assortment of Style 150 music rolls, finished at $5,605. “The Wurlitzer Band Organ sold well under estimate,” Mr. Miller observed. “This thundering crowd-pleaser has all of the bells and whistles. It might have performed better before outdoor gatherings for parades were cancelled.”

In the Canadian furniture category, a Drumbo (Ontario) painted pine sawbuck table from the 1830s, pictured in Howard Pain’s book, The Heritage of Upper Canadian Furniture, gaveled for $7,080; while an 1830s Quebec one-door commode, of full mortise and tenon construction and having paneled sides and door, diminutive at 38 ½ inches tall by 32 inches wide, brought $5,605.

A Wellesley (Ontario) painted pine ‘Schrank’ wardrobe made from painted pine in the 1850s, featuring a subtle fern motif in the door panels and impressive at 89 inches tall by 63 ½ inches wide, achieved $5,605. Also, a Canadian Niagara Falls Railway Suspension Bridge wood sign from the 1880s (“Travel over and back for 10 cents”), 50 ½ inches in width, went for $4,720.

Clocks from Canada included a Pequegnat “Barley Twist” variant hall clock from the 1920s housed in a quarter sawn oak case and featuring 8-day weight-driven time and strike movement ($4,720); and a 1930s Pepsi-Cola neon clock made exclusively for the French-Canadian market, with a hand-painted dial featuring Pepsi’s early “double-dot” logo and lighted dial ($4,425).

An early 20th century Seth Thomas No. 2 railway clock in a walnut case, reportedly from the Grand Trunk Railway station in Stratford, Ontario, Canada but made in the U.S., commanded $3,540. On to Dutch clocks, where a B. Eijsbouts tower clock made in 1905 for a church in Meliskerke, The Netherlands, cast steel with brass pinions, 40 inches tall, realized $4,720.

A Dutch Zaanske Klok wall clock, made between 1690-1725, in a walnut case with barley twist columns, rope drive time, strike and alarm, crown wheel escapement and heart-shaped spokes, rose to $3,835. Also, a Dutch animated tall case Klok clock made in Amsterdam in 1770, 110 inches tall, with plated movement, quarter striking, moon dial and date aperture, made $5,900.

Miller & Miller has three important auctions slated for the next three months. They are:

• April 17 – Canadiana & Folk Art, featuring the Marty Osler collection.
• May 15 – Petroliana & Advertising, featuring the McNevan collection.
• June 12 – Watches, Jewellery & Decorative Arts

Miller & Miller Auctions is Canada’s trusted seller of high-value collections and is always accepting quality consignments. The firm specializes in watches and jewelry, art, antiques and high-value collectibles. Its mission is to provide collectors with a trusted place to buy and sell.

To consign a single piece, an estate or a collection, you may call them at (519) 573-3710; or, e-mail to info@millerandmillerauctions.com. To learn more about Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. and the firm’s calendar of upcoming auctions, please visit www.MillerandMillerAuctions.com.

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Astrodita – Blockbuster Astrology Dating App in 2021

Astrodita dating app

Astrodita dating app

Astrodita, the new dating app of 2021 is revolutionizing the online dating scene. Founded on a cutting-edge algorithm to match between 2 people 92% accuracy.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, March 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Astrodita, the new dating app of 2021 is revolutionizing the online dating scene. This new dating app is founded on a cutting-edge algorithm that is used in order to predict the compatibility between two people. Astrodita’s unique algorithm reaches up to 92% match accuracy, even before two individuals start chatting!

In late February 2021, the Astrodita app was launched in the United States and the U.K. In both countries, it has received enormous growth and popularity. Users are flocking to Astrodita on a daily basis, finding that Astrodita provides a real alternative to the current and traditional dating avenues. The app is now making headlines around the world.

The CEO of Astrodita says “Since the launch, we have witnessed great growth and thousands of chat conversations every day between users”. He continued to say “The plans for Astrodita in April 2021 are significant and they include launching on the Indian market. We have local partners on-board and are opening a new office in India. The Indian version will also be available in the Hindi language.”

Astrodita is a safe and secure platform and is only accepting verifiable users. Astrodita also enforces tight screening measures to make sure that all user information is protected and safe. The COO states “We want our app platform to provide a safe and enjoyable space for users, where they find true companionship within a protected arena”.

Astrodita is available on Google Play and App Store:

Astrology Dating App
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.astrodita

Astrology Dating App
App Store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/astrodita/id1530319267

Astrology Dating Site
Website: https://astrodita.com/ to download directly.
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Dime Bags To Give Away $5,000 Trip and Concert Package for 420

Dime Bags Satsang Collab Backpack Giveaway | Dime Bags 420 Giveaway | Satsang Concert

Dime Bags Satsang Collab Backpack Giveaway

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Satsang front man Drew McManus, lead singer

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Win a Trip for 2 – Satsang Concert Tickets, Exclusive Dime Bags, and More

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, UNITED STATES, March 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dime Bags® is thrilled to announce their 420 Giveaway which includes a vacation trip to Denver, CO, a meet and greet concert experience with soulful band Satsang, and the collection set of Dime Bags and Satsang’s collab bags. The industry leader in eco-friendly hemp bags will open the contest to fans across America and details on how to win will be announced in early April 2021.

The first prize winner will be able to share their winnings with a friend of their choosing. The deluxe 420 giveaway is valued at over $5,000 and includes:
-A round trip flight to Denver from anywhere in the US
-A 2-night hotel stay in the Denver area
-A Satsang concert in Fall 2021 (date subject to change)
-A private tour of Dime Bags headquarters in Colorado Springs
-2 new Dime Bags Limited Edition Satsang collab backpacks and fanny packs

The bags are made with the Dime Bag’s iconic, eco-friendly hempster blend. The top 5 second-place winners will still score some dope prizes as well; they will win a collab bag and patch, Satsang’s newest album, a signed poster, and T-shirt.

“We’re super excited about this 420 Giveaway with Dime Bags,” stated lead singer of Satsang, Drew McManus. “Providing a one-of-a-kind experience for two fans out there, after concert venues begin opening back up, is the positivity we want to see in the world right now. We’re also thrilled to have sustainably made collab Dime Bags to offer our fans, as we believe their brand and our fans have very similar values when it comes to being friends to the earth.”

“After live music venues shut down last year we wanted to give our fans something to truly celebrate this year,” stated Dime Bags CEO and President, Timothy Felkner.

“We are excited to have teamed up with a band we love and give our fans an experience they’ll never forget!”

The winner of the deluxe 420 package giveaway will be announced on Wednesday, April 21st, after the contest ends at midnight MT, April 20th. Dime Bags will reach out to the biggest fan who accomplished all the requirements for the giveaway rules and then congratulate them across Dime Bags’ social media profiles.

If you’d like to be notified about the rules of the giveaway and when it is available to enter, be sure to sign up for text subscriptions with Dime Bags or subscribe to their newsletter.

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OneLink Lauded by Frost & Sullivan for Harnessing Emerging Technologies to Deliver Outstanding Customer Experiences

OneLink is Delivering Outstanding Customer Experiences

OneLink BPO

It blends automation with human emotional intelligence to provide clients with the best possible CX

OneLink reorganized its operations to create a standalone Innovation Unit that supports digital transformation.”

— Sebastian Menutti

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL, March 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Based on its recent analysis of the Latin American and the Caribbean customer experience (CX) outsourcing services market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes OneLink (OneLink) with the 2020 Latin American and the Caribbean New Product Innovation Award. It has set itself apart from the competition by delivering enhanced CX through digital transformation and comprehensive strategies. Developing new solutions for clients, assisting them to map and pursue their digital transformation journeys, and leveraging novel innovations that drive internal and client efficiencies have helped OneLink stay relevant in a rapidly altering marketplace.

“OneLink reorganized its operations to create a standalone Innovation Unit that supports digital transformation. Comprising almost 100 individuals in subgroups for customer journey mapping, a customer experience lab, and a design consultancy, the Innovation Unit creates opportunities for greater efficiencies and cost savings,” said Sebastian Menutti, Industry Principal. “Functionally, it leverages developments in robotic process automation, virtual intelligent agents, self-service interfaces, and analytics. It is expected to leverage speech analytics and new knowledge management systems in the near term to help its agents deliver faster and better service.”

OneLink is looking to serve emerging verticals and born-digital companies (e.g., electronic commerce, financial technology, online delivery) with efficient technologies so they can scale up to meet the booming demand for their services during the pandemic. With new automation and self-service technologies, OneLink focuses on knowledge management and trains its agents to present higher-touch solutions. While automation executes the rote and repetitive tasks, its agents provide the emotional intelligence that defines the end CX.

Furthermore, the company has built on previous digital channels and automation investments to ensure business continuity and customer relationships. OneLink has not only scaled up the volume for clients experiencing surges in demand but has also provided proof of concept on the efficiency of automation for clients who are apprehensive about technology adoption. For sensitive data such as payment information, it deploys its own solutions such as dynamic digital payment links, credit card IVR, and robotic process automation for desktop that masks credit card information.

“Through a challenging period, OneLink has worked collaboratively with enterprises to build solutions and practices that help devise frictionless end customer journeys. It manages each of its client-partner relationships with an exceptional level of transparency,” noted Nick Baugh, Best Practices Research Analyst. “With its drive for innovation, proactive problem solving, and focus on transparency, OneLink has positioned itself for continued growth in the Latin American and the Caribbean CX outsourcing services market.”

Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to the company that develops an innovative element in a product by leveraging leading-edge technologies. The award recognizes the value-added features/benefits of the product and the increased return on investment (ROI) it gives customers, which, in turn, raises customer acquisition and overall market penetration potential.

Frost & Sullivan Best Practices awards recognize companies in a variety of regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas such as leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development. Industry analysts compare market participants and measure performance through in-depth interviews, analyses, and extensive secondary research to identify best practices in the industry.

About OneLink BPO
OneLink is the premier partner in outsourced omnichannel customer experience services. Our purpose is to revolutionize the BPO industry through innovation, entrepreneurial spirit, and a happiness culture generating value for our associates, clients, and the community.

Our best-in-class results are a combination of our people, digital offerings, and intelligent automation. Every day we work to maintain a happy and healthy environment that promotes personal and professional growth within the organization which leads to better customer interactions. Our digital and automation solutions are created not only by a tenured development team but supported and improved by our operations leadership.

Located throughout Latin America and supporting some of the largest brands in the US, Latin America, and Europe, our values of Happiness, Leadership, Engagement, Innovation, Excellence, and Solidarity are the basis for which we approach our work and life.

Michael O'Neil
OneLink BPO
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NEW EDUTAINMENT COMPANY, STORYPOD, LAUNCHES INTERACTIVE, SCREENLESS STORYTELLING PLATFORM FOR KIDS

Storypod: Less screen time, more story time

Storypod Starter Kit

Storypod Starter Kit

Storypod Travels

Finally a healthy solution for parents to reduce kid's over-exposure to screen time with classic stories, fairy tales, and songs told by lovable yarn characters

Storypod is so much more than a passive storytelling box. Children can truly interact with audio stories, while learning and building on critical comprehension skills without a screen. ”

— Daniel Buelhoff

MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA, March 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Storypod, one of the top five crowdfunded toy campaigns in Kickstarter history, announces its U.S. consumer launch this month. Storypod is the world’s first audio edutainment platform that immerses children in interactive storytelling and trivia while being completely screenless. For the first time, kids will WANT to put down their screens and engage with technology that interacts with them through less screen time and more ingenious story time!

“The dominance of screens in our lives is a particular challenge for children, with the pandemic exacerbating this exponentially. As two dad entrepreneurs we wanted to develop an educational product that addresses this concern head-on,” says Daniel Buelhoff, co-founder of Storypod. “Storypod is so much more than a passive storytelling box. Through our lovable yarn-characters, called Crafties, the read-along audio books, and our interactive trivia cards, children can for the first time truly interact with audio stories, while learning and building on critical comprehension skills without a screen. It’s revolutionizing educational screen-free time for parents and kids. ”

Storypod unlocks and ignites children’s imaginations through a 360° sound speaker that leads kids on adventures as they listen and actively participate in learning from original and classical stories, songs and rhymes enabled by a charming cast of “Craftie” yarn companions that they can actually play with while the content plays! The centerpiece to the new platform is when children physically engage with the speaker through the interactive buttons that reveal captivating activities designed to stimulate cognition and creativity. Kids can choose their own adventure, play memory games, answer trivia questions and trigger special effects that bolster the entertainment factor and strengthen comprehension skills for developing minds. Storypod makes playtime, learning and bedtime fun and easy with a free app for parents to quickly get started. Parents can easily adjust settings, like the sleep timer and built-in night light without interrupting precious, calming story time.

The adventure begins when the Crafties are placed on top of the speaker to bring the Storypod to life. Each Craftie is the perfect size (3.5’’) for tiny hands, and are made of soft yarn for kids to encourage play! Packed with up to 90 minutes of audio content available in English and Spanish, these smart Crafties instantly download to the Storypod speaker and are meant to be snuggled and played with while the speaker leads kids through exciting stories, songs and interactive lessons. Once the content is downloaded through WiFi, kids can take Storypod anywhere- outside, in the car, etc. to enjoy it with uninterrupted play! More than 20 Crafties are available to choose from with endless hours of auditory topics that are designed to grow with children through different ages and stages of learning.

In addition, kids, family and friends can also record up to 100 minutes of fun, personal messages to the unique iCraftie included in the new starter kit. Family members far away can feel close and send greetings, tell jokes and even read favorited stories by recording their voices to the Storypod app and play back by placing the iCraftie on top of the speaker.

Imagined and developed by two “Dadpreneurs” who wanted to not only create a screen-free way of learning, but also an experiential platform that would thrill and excite children as they forge connections between fascinating storytelling and expanding their cognitive and critical thinking skills. Timing was not only critical, but also a hurdle as they worked to start a new company during a global pandemic. Buelhoff turned to Kickstarter.com as a way to finance their start and grew a small seedling of a campaign into one of the most successful Kickstarter toy campaigns of all time.

Available on Storypod.com and Amazon, the starter kit is designed for children three years and older and retails for $99. It includes an omnidirectional speaker, removable mesh sleeve, the original Craftie Fox yarn character with original stories in English and Spanish, a read-along audio-booklet “The Adventures of Craftie Fox”, an iCraftie Owl for up to 100min recordings, and a lanyard to take the device on the go. Supplemental edutainment products like books, Crafties, trivia cards and customizable mesh sleeve accessories are also available on the website. In addition, Storypod will reveal new and exciting details on licensing deals with major educational brands in the near future.

For more information on Storypod, visit www.storypod.com, or follow on Instagram, to stay up to date on all of the newest releases!

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"Layered Perceptions"

Series “Stripes”: Antibes 81 x 130 cm, Oil on Canvas

Series “Horizons” : Truth Wondows, 81 x 100 cm Oil on Canvas

Series “Horizons”: Born of the Shallows, 81 x 100 cm, Oil on Canvas

De Souza Gallery
Main Gallery
18. March – 8. April 2021

CERVERA DEL MAESTRE, CASTELLON, SPAIN, March 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — De Souza Gallery is delighted to present “Layered Perceptions”, a solo exhibition and online presentation of paintings by J. Kesín.

The exhibition will focus on the artist’s latest series of works titled ‘Stripes’ and ‘Horizons’, both produced during 2020/21, including three new works. A few of his earlier works will also be on show.

His current works depict through the application of multiple paint layers, the artist’s perception of subjects from such diverse fields as current affairs, personal experiences, literature or concepts.
Each layer may have its own meaning and represent a certain part of a subject, whether concrete or perceived, thus incorporating a constructed quality into the works. Yet the symbiosis of a somewhat analytical approach with spontaneous decisions towards the application or removal of paint, strikes a satisfying balance in the finished works.

His work is influenced amongst others by the earlier period of abstraction and artists like Kupka and his ‘verticals’, and by abstract expressionism.

Kesín was born in Hamburg, Germany and has lived the larger part of his adult life in the UK and Spain. He also spent extended periods of time in Russia and Uzbekistan in the years following the break up of the Soviet Union. Originally self taught and experimenting with different techniques over the years, he has gone on to train formally and is now fully concentrating on his art.

Visits will be possible by appointment and details will depend on the Covid restrictions that apply at the time.

Please contact the gallery on +34 630 882045 to reserve a viewing time. Or email: fred@desouzagallery.com

Frederick de souza
De Souza Gallery
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