HOBVILLE-Video Game Launches Indiegogo Campaign

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Now Seeking Community Support via Indiegogo, This New Video Game is Inspired by The Hobbit & Lord of The Rings!

MIAMI, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, August 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — HOBVILLE Video Game is an all-new video game that is designed to entertain the gaming community around the world like never before. The game is inspired by The Hobbit and Lord of The Rings, and it offers a wide range of features along with an exciting gameplay. Moreover, the creators of this game are a Miami based American company called Hellbrewed Productions, who have recently launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds and support for this project.

"Hobville is a special game mainly dedicated to the fans of The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings and my way of showing gratitude to Peter Jackson and the cast and crew of the movies." Said Antonio Cruz of the Hellbrewed Productions, while introducing the video game to the Indiegogo community. All funds raised through this Indiegogo campaign will play a major role in the production and development, along with the distribution of this game and the company is welcoming generous pledges and donations.

The Indiegogo Campaign is located on the web at: www.indiegogo.com/projects/hobville-video-game and backers from around the world can become a part of this project by making generous pledges and donations. The project offers a wide range of rewards for the supporting community, and the game is already getting a phenomenal response worldwide. More details are available on the Indiegogo campaign page of the project.

About HOBVILLE
Inspired by The Hobbit and Lord of The Rings, HOBVILLE is an all-new video game and it is a game like no other. The game is developed by Hellbrewed Productions, a US based gaming company, which is now welcoming gaming fans and enthusiasts from around the world to contribute in its recently launched crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo.

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Rally 2 Give to Hold Third Annual Car Rally to Benefit Children and Families with Special Needs

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Rally 2 Give 2018

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Rally 2 Give

3-Day Charity Rally Route Stretches from Boston to Montreal

We look forward to Rally 2 Give’s fall rally all year long. It’s amazing what happens when you bring great people together for great causes”

— Rick St. Jean

BOSTON, MA, UNITED STATES, August 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The New England-based non-profit, Rally 2 Give, is launching its third annual charity car rally and dinner to benefit children and families with special needs. A maximum of 30 registered attendees and their chosen automobiles will meet at the start of the event at the Encore Boston Harbor Resort in Everett, MA, on Friday, October 4, at 10 a.m. This year’s route will begin in Boston, travel through the mountains of New Hampshire, cross the border into Canada, and end in Montreal. Soon after crossing the finish line, participants will celebrate with a dinner at celebrity chef Marcus Samuelson’s new restaurant, MARCUS, in the Four Seasons Hotel Montreal.

The event will continue into Saturday with one of two options. One will involve a scenic drive through Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains and into Mont-Tremblant, a world-famous resort town known for its car racing, skiing, and quaint shopping village. The other option will be to take a curated tour of Montreal that will showcase why the city continues to be one of the top destinations for fashion, nightlife, and food this side of the Atlantic. The grand finale of the day’s festivities will feature a unique “Experiential Dining” event at Chef Liam Barron’s restaurant, Bar Loic. The fun-filled weekend will end on Sunday with a drive back to Boston with a pit-stop and final lunch in Burlington, Vermont.

Rally 2 Give was conceived by a father/son team who share a passion for cars and who have a long history of giving back to the community. For years, Rick St. Jean, CEO of Commonwealth Financial Group, participated with his son Matt in car rallies around the world that supported charitable causes. Eventually, they realized that they could memorialize this time they spent together and give back at a more local level. The two founded the Rally 2 Give Foundation and host car rallies to connect great people for great causes.

The Rally 2 Give Foundation impacts not only the special needs community but also other select charities based in New England. Some of the causes that have benefitted from past events include: The Hometown Foundation, Friends of the Valley, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Foundation, Barre City Police K9 Fund, Deerfield Valley Rescue, Make a Wish Foundation, Triangle Inc., and most notably Special Olympics Vermont. On top of being international for the first time, this year’s rally is expected to be the largest yet and stands to be a record fundraiser for the foundation’s beneficiaries.

Rick St. Jean commented: “We look forward to Rally 2 Give’s fall rally all year long. It’s amazing what happens when you bring great people together for great causes”

For more information on the event and registration, please visit https://rally2give.org/register-for-2019-rally
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Literacy is on the Menu at the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center Tea Party

Donors at their donations at the July 14th CCV Back to School Tea party. The August 17th tea party will gather school supplies to the benefit of Bee’s Learning., a not-for-profit mobile tutoring service in the St. Petersburg area.

In fact a study done by the Kids in Need Foundation in 2017 found that 75% of school teachers agreed that having the necessary school supplies had a definite impact a child’s interest in learning.”

— Michael Soltero, CCV Center manager

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA, August 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — n Saturday, August 17th, the Clearwater Community Volunteers (CCV) Center will host a tea party to benefit Bee’s Learning, a not-for-profit mobile tutoring service in St. Petersburg. Guests are asked to donate school supplies which will go towards furthering the education of students within the Bee’s Learning Program.

Founded in 2017, Bee’s Learning provides free tutoring for low income Pinellas County students who are getting a “C” or lower in the classes. Certified Teachers mentor the students in a mobile RV fully repurposed to provide literacy on wheels. The school supplies will be used by the students who attend the tutoring sessions.

“In today’s high-speed society having proper school supplies facilitates learning,” said Michael Soltero, manager of the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center. “In fact a study done by the Kids in Need Foundation in 2017 found that 75% of school teachers agreed that having the necessary school supplies had a definite impact a child’s interest in learning.”

The last tea party held in the CCV center helped gather enough school supplies for 40 foster children, to be given away at their Back to School Bash benefitting Foster Families.

The tea party will be Winnie the Pooh and honey bee-themed – a play on the benefiting nonprofit’s name.

If you would like to attend the tea party, or to donate school supplies please call Clemence Chevrot at (727) 316-5309 or email ccvdirector@ccvfl.org.

About the Clearwater Community Volunteers:

The Clearwater Community Volunteers (CCV) have over 25 years of community service under their belt with over 150,000 families and children helped since their founding in 1992. Sponsored by the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization, they stay true to their reputation of helping others with their center located on the corner of Fort Harrison Avenue and Drew Street in downtown Clearwater. Based on fundamentals developed by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard, the CCV Center works with area non-profits to help these groups better attain their goals.

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Lighthouse bitters bottles shine bright in Glass Works Auctions' online-only Summer Sizzler auction #132, ending July 22

Seaworth Bitters Company bottle, made circa 1880-1890 in a unique form, almost identical to the Cape May Lighthouse in New Jersey, aqua colored and in perfect condition ($25,740).

The top lot of the auction was this Fish Bitters bottle (“W.H. Ware / Patented 1866”), made in Pennsylvania circa 1866-1875, light to medium lime green, over 11 ½ inches tall ($32,760).

Seaworth Bitters Company bottle, made circa 1880-1890 in a unique form, amber colored and, at 6 ½ inches in height, smaller than its 11 ½-inch-tall aqua counterpart in the auction ($9,945).

Dingens / Napoleon Cocktail Bitters bottle (“Dingens Brothers / Buffalo, N.Y.”), circa 1860-1870, yellowish grass green in color, 10 inches tall, a pristine drum form beauty ($11,700).

Cathedral pickle jar (Willington Glass Works, West Willington, Conn.), circa 1845-1860, in a desirable deep yellowish ‘old’ amber color, 8 ¼ inches tall ($8,190).

A Seaworth Bitters Company (N.J.) bottle, made circa 1880-1890 in a unique form, almost identical to the Cape May Lighthouse in New Jersey, sold for $25,740.

The two Fish Bitters were in exceptionally rare colors. The top lot was from the Charles Gardner Collection, sold in two sessions at Skinner’s in 1975.”

— Jim Hagenbuch

EAST GREENVILLE, PA, UNITED STATES, August 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — A Seaworth Bitters Company (N.J.) bottle, made circa 1880-1890 in a unique form, almost identical to the Cape May Lighthouse in New Jersey, aqua colored and in perfect condition, sold for $25,740 in Glass Works Auctions’ online-only Summer Sizzler Auction #132, which closed on July 22nd. A smaller amber version of the bottle garnered $9,945.

Both of the Seaworth Bitters were won by a collector who specialized in Southern New Jersey bottles. They were just two of the highlights in a 246-lot auction that had a near-perfect sell-through, with only three of the bottles failing to sell. Overall, the auction grossed a little more than $350,000, with buyer’s premium. All bidding was handled thru www.glswrk-auction.com.

The aqua Seaworth Bitters bottle stood 11 ¼ inches tall and boasted a smooth base and tooled lip. It came from the Sidney Genius collection and is possibly the only known example in perfect condition. The smaller amber bottle, from the same collection, was just 6 ½ inches tall. The Cape May Lighthouse was built in 1859 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is still in use today.

As impressive as the taller bottle was, it was not the top lot of the auction. That honor went to a Fish Bitters bottle (“W.H. Ware / Patented 1866”), which finished at $32,760. The bottle, made in Pennsylvania circa 1866-1875, was light to medium lime green and stood just over 11 ½ inches tall. Only a few are known to exist in this pure green color, and it has no auction record.

Another Fish Bitters, this one a yellowish lime green figural fish, 11 ¾ inches tall, changed hands for $12,870. Normally, it might have been the finest example of a Fish Bitters to be auctioned this year, were it not for the one just described. Both were exceptional bottles in pristine condition, and in a truly exceptional green color, but the above bottle was far superior.

“The two Fish Bitters were in exceptionally rare colors,” said James Hagenbuch, president and owner of Glass Works Auctions. “The top lot was from the Charles Gardner Collection, sold in two sessions at Skinner’s in 1975. Sidney Genius couldn’t attend the November session so he sent his mother to bid for him. Sidney told us that she was ‘very aggressive’ and landed the fish.”

Following are additional highlights from the auction. All prices quoted include buyer’s premium.

An Old Sachem Bitters and Wigwam Tonic bottle, very rare and with a desirable light-to-medium smoky moss green barrel, 9 ½ inches tall and made around 1865-1875, fetched $17,550. “Early bottles in the form of a barrel are very popular, especially the Old Sachem that was produced in a wide range of attractive colors,” Mr. Hagenbuch said. “When describing antique bottles, you could say that ‘color is king’, and this one wears the crown quite nicely.”

An E.G. Booz’s Old Cabin Whiskey bottle (“120 Walnut St. / Philadelphia, 1840”), made circa 1855-1865 in a medium amber color, the earlier and rarer ‘straight corner’ variant, 7 ¾ inches tall, with nice glass whittle, topped out at $8,190.

A Dingens / Napoleon Cocktail Bitters bottle (“Dingens Brothers / Buffalo, N.Y.”), circa 1860-1870, yellowish grass green in color and 10 inches tall, went for $11,700. The pristine, drum form beauty, with iron pontil and applied misshapen tapered collar mouth, is a rarity at auction. Also, a Cathedral pickle jar (Willington Glass Works, West Willington, Conn.), circa 1845-1860, in a desirable deep yellowish ‘old’ amber color, 8 ¼ inches tall, found a new owner for $8,190.

Two bottles realized identical selling prices of $7,020. One was a St. Drake’s “1860 / Plantation / X / Bitters – Patented 1862” bottle, made in New York circa 1862-1875 and appearing as a light pink six-log cabin, 10 inches tall, with nice smooth base. The other is an American pot lid for “Perfumers, H.P. & W.C. Taylor” (Philadelphia). The lid shows a man on a horse about to shoot a buffalo, copied from the painting An Indian Buffalo Hunt by the frontier artist George Caitlin.

“Sidney Genius has a large collection of pot lids,” Mr. Hagenbuch said. “The ‘Buffalo Hunt’ is one of the two most desirable of all American pot lids and is highly sought after by collectors in both England and Australia. This pot lid went to a Delaware collector who specializes in them.”

Two other pot lids also fared well in the auction. The first was also for “Perfumers, H.P. & W.C. Taylor” (Philadelphia) and had a scene of George Washington preparing to cross the Delaware River. The bottle, circa 1845-1860, was in a scarce cream color, with purple transfer. The second lid was for “Worsley’s Saponaceous Shaving Compound” (Philadelphia), an important, historic American pot lid showing a scene of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, made circa 1850-1860.

A Smyth Fire Extinguisher bottle (American, circa 1880-1900), with the saying “Multum in Parvo” (Latin for “much in a little”) commanded $3,510. It was an excellent example of a rare grenade, 6 ¼ inches tall, with a 30-lobed rib pattern. Selling for the same amount was an Old Dr. J. Townsend’ Sarsaparilla (N.Y.) bottle, made circa 1840-1860, in a medium to deep amber color and 9 ½ inches tall, with applied tapered collar mouth. It’s rare to see this bottle in a pure amber.

An eight-sided domed teakettle ink bottle, made in America circa 1875-1895, amethyst in color and just shy of 2 ½ inches tall, with a smooth base, sheared lip, original brass neck ring and hinged cap, went to a determined bidder for $3,217; while a Dr. Flint’s “Quaker Bitters / Providence, R.I.” bottle, circa 1880-1890, 9 ¼ inches tall, in perfect condition and even having the original contents, sold for $2,691. The original labels were intact on three sides of the bottle.

Glass Works Auctions maintains a gallery and offices in East Greenville, Pa. The firm is always accepting quality bottles and related items for future sales. To inquire about consigning a single piece or an entire collection, you may call them at 215-679-5849; or, you can send an email to info@glswrk-auction.com. The firm’s next auction is tentatively slated for later on in the fall.

To learn more about Glass Works Auctions, please visit www.glswrk-auction.com.

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Exhibit by Aberson presents The Holey Kids | New Work, 3524B S Peoria Ave. Tulsa OK August 15th from 6 until 8 PM

This is an image of work by The Holey Kids small canvases sized 30" x 20" with colorful shapes, sitting by ceramic containers in greys and whites

The Holey Kids at Exhibit by Aberson

This is an image of 2 works by The Holey Kids alongside 2 wooden sculptural pieces. The Holey Kids work is brightly colored shapes on grommeted canvas

The Holey Kids at Exhibit by Aberson

This is an image of Exhibit by Aberson with The Holey Kids work installed for a gallery exhibition. There are brightly colored canvases on the wall.

The Holey Kids at Exhibit by Aberson

Exhibit by Aberson opens The Holey Kids this evening, Thursday August 15th from 6 until 8 PM.

TULSA, OK, USA, August 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Exhibit by Aberson presents
The Holey Kids | New Work
3524B S. Peoria, Tulsa, OK
Thursday August 15th
6 until 8 PM

Exhibit by Aberson is pleased to present a selection of new work from The Holey Kids Thursday August 15th from 6 until 8 PM at Exhibit by Aberson located at 3524B S Peoria Avenue, Tulsa OK 74105.

The Holey Kids are a masked Duo from OKC. They strive to explore the importance of connection/collaboration in all of their creations, working to drop the notion of individualism in order to be seen as one entity.

They call themselves, Mother Holey and Father Holey, together, the Holey Kids. Both grew up in Oklahoma and find that aspect of their current artwork a vital piece. When they first met it was in bars, and began to communicate with each other on the paper from labels and coasters, drawing shapes and handing the paper back and forth. Eventually the bar visits stopped and The Holey Kids stayed in and began to paint as an organic part of their relationship. As the relationship progressed they began to see their work as the work of an individual or an entity. This aspect of their work continues to the present.

When Warby Parker was slated to open at Center 1 Tulsa, The Holey Kids were approached to complete a mural for the space. It was a project that they were excited to be involved in. Currently, inside Warby Parker at Center 1 Tulsa located at 3516 S. Peoria Avenue, you'll find original artwork from Holey Kids. This Oklahoma City-based collaborative duo created a day-brightening abstract mural that fills the space with splashes of color, adding striking contrast to the minimalist space. This evening view the Holey Kids mural and enjoy refreshments in Warby Parker from 6 until 8 PM.

For all press inquiries and information, please contact Kim Fonder at info@abersonexhibits.com or call the gallery at (918) 740-1054. Please join the conversation with Exhibit by Aberson on Facebook (@aberson.exhibits), Instagram (@exhibitbyaberson), Pinterest (@abersonexhibits), Artsy (exhibit-by-aberson) and 1stDibs (@exhibit-by-aberson).

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Bridgette Hart Releases The Luxe Collection

Model wearing clear pieces of jewelry.

Model wearing clear pieces of jewelry.

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Models Laughing

Model wearing green pieces of jewelry.

Model wearing green pieces of jewelry.

The earrings, necklaces, and bracelets are made from colorful glass crystals, and bright silver metals. Some have up to 139 faceted crystals!

DISTRICT HEIGHTS, MARYLAND, UNITED STATES, August 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ —
Designers Terri and Toni Hart from Bridgette Hart are releasing the brand new Luxe Collection, and each product will be individually made by the designers themselves. The Luxe Collection will be released on August, 21st, 2019.

Bridgette Hart is known for helping chic women to live in color.

Now, for the first time, Terri and Toni have created an entire product line of their favorite and most popular earrings, bracelets, and necklaces. The new Luxe Collection is scheduled to go live on August 21st, 2019.

The collection will be exclusively sold on the website bridgettehart.com where the limited products are scheduled to sell out by the end of the season.

The jewelry is designed to showcase colorful faceted glass crystals that make women feel as though they were bathing in sunlight. Several products come in blue to capitalize on today’s trends.

Every piece of jewelry is made from glass crystals and silver metals, which means women will be able to wear them with a variety of different outfits.

Their collection also includes beautiful packaging that can be reused afterwards.
Each individual necklace, bracelet, and earring has its own name. A few examples are:

• Cleopatra Link Choker
• Half Hoop Earrings
• Dangle Fringe Lariat
• Clustered Hawaiian Bracelet

The Luxe Collection ranges in price from $20 to $50.
Terri and Toni are excited to welcome their fans to their new handmade product line collection they’ve been requesting.

CONTACT INFO

For more information about The Luxe Collection or for an interview with Terri and Toni, please write to info@bridgettehart.com. Media high-res photos available upon request.

About Bridgette Hart

Terri and Toni started designing jewelry after they were faced with a very real problem. When they were very young, their parents bought each of them a gold ring. They still remember the disappointment that they felt when they learned that they weren’t allowed to wear them, except for special occasions. That’s why they strive to create jewelry that’s not only gorgeous, but can actually be worn daily. After many years of creating jewelry by hand, Terri and Toni’s products started gaining notoriety amongst the jewelry industry.

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High Performance Investment Alternative?

Brad Toles Restored Charger is investment grade quality

A collector with years of experience, Brad Toles has an amazing warehouse of parts

To achieve collectable status, skilled builders must work to achieve better-than-factory results.

Classic American Muscle Cars offer a Hedge Against Stock Market Fluctuations

People want their cars to look old on the outside, but they want them new on the inside.”

— Nickolas Cardinale, Executive Vice-President at Barrett-Jackson Auctions

PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, August 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Are we looking at another big stock market crash? Could be. If so, is investing in classic muscle cars an alternative?

"The political climate and international tariffs are causing havoc with investor blood pressures and could cause another return to recession era downturns, said Brad Toles, owner of All American Collector Car Restoration in Palm Springs, California. "But we are finding that highly specialized American muscle cars, picked with great care, have been returning 50% or higher annual rate of return."

Classic American Muscle cars were built between 1964 and 1974 and featured larger than standard power-rated engines with high performance options. Chiefly American vehicle manufacturers such as Chrysler, Ford, General Motors and American Motors offered these cars. But two key points to achieving investment grade vehicle status are rarity and prominence – if you can get both elements working for you, the investment potential increased exponentially.

Continued Toles, "I personally collect 1968-71 Mopars, specifically Challengers, 'Cudas, Chargers and Roadrunners. Vehicles with high horsepower engines are currently very valuable with great potential for growth. Vehicles with dealer and manufacturer documentation and a known ownership history are literally as good as gold to the investor. Many of these cars are 50+ years old and require a full restoration, using original parts, to attain perfectly restored status. Hiring a specialist, such as a skilled restoration shop to do the work, is required to guard against improper execution and loss of value."

Both "tribute" and resto mod vehicles have garnered increased collectability by investors. Tribute cars are vehicles that many not have original documentation and/or were not originally equipped with high-end options, simply replicas of highly desirable cars. Case in point would be a 1968 Charger that may have been produced by Chrysler with a 318cid engine but is restored and upgraded with 426cid hemi engine and the R/T option package. Cars of this type are attaining well over $100,000 if they are executed correctly.

“What’s really hot now is the ‘Restomods,’” says Nickolas Cardinale, Executive Vice-President at Barrett-Jackson Auctions. "That means classic or vintage cars that have been retrofitted with modern engines, power steering, and even features like air conditioning. Old cars don’t drive well,” says Cardinale. “They don’t have air conditioning… People want their cars to look old on the outside, but they want them new on the inside."

Noted Cam Benty, former editor of Car Craft, Popular Hot Rodding and Muscle Car Review Magazines, "I once had an NCRS Corvette judge tell me that he had many Corvette owners come to me explaining the rarity of certain vehicle options that really were never attractive to investors. As he would bluntly explain, 'Polio is rare, but no one wants it.' That same logic holds with rare cars or options that have no public appeal. The point is you have to know what is attractive to investors and collectors."

Intangible Factors

According to Doug DuMuro from The Truth About Cars, "If you want to find a car that will have a steep appreciation curve, you need something loved by kids/young adults. The best choice is a car with a cult following, with bonus points for every movie or song about it."

Case in point are cars like the 1968-69 Chargers from the TV show The Dukes of Hazzard, the 1968 Mustang from the movie Bullet or the 1977-79 Pontiac Trans Am from the movie "Smokey &The Bandit." "Dodge Chargers received an added portfolio boost from the Fast & Furious movie franchise that features a supercharged Charger that is also part of the Universal Studios tour. It's a known fact that the biggest collectable for the F & F franchise were the American muscle cars that were featured, the 1969 Yenko Camaro and 1970 Hemi Challenger from Fast & Furious II," noted Benty.

For more information contact All-American Collector Car Restoration at (760) 778-7674 or go online to info@allamericanclassiccarrestoration.

All-American Collector Car Restoration:
AACCR is a professional restoration shop for owners of classic American cars with a high level of focus on collectability. Based in Palm Springs, California, owner Brad Toles is an automotive enthusiast with great knowledge of American Muscle cars. He prides himself on taking a personal interest in every customer and delivering excellent vehicle restorations that match the time he spends on his award-winning cars.

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Lucyd Releases Cutting-edge Richard Sherman Sunglasses

Richard Sherman sporting the Coaster from Season 1 of Sherman Shades

The full collection of Sherman Shades, Season 1.

A snapshot of included accessories.

Lucyd introduces new line of sports memorabilia sunglasses in partnership with NFL pro Richard Sherman.

…a limited run of only 2,700 pairs, Sherman Shades offer unprecedented value as sunglasses and football memorabilia in one.”

— Harrison Gross

SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE, August 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Lucyd, the innovative eyewear developer, is pleased to announce the launch of a new line of collectible sunglasses called Sherman Shades.

Sherman Shades are a unique combination of sports memorabilia and premium sunglasses. They were developed in partnership with Richard Sherman, cornerback of the San Francisco 49ers and Chief Brand Officer of Lucyd. The line boasts four limited edition variants, each with its own purpose:

1. SHOWTIME. This wraparound goggle-style sunglass is ideal for training outdoors. It features an oversize polarized lens with extra protection for peripheral vision.
2. FIRE UP. An aviator in 49ers colors, with a classic style and a special ultra-dark lens perfect for driving. The lens also features an anti-blue light coating for protection from screens.
3. COASTER. A sunglass with a heavy-metal look and unique eye guards. For when you want to look extra sharp.
4. COOL DOWN. An icy clear frame that features a brand new type of lens: auto-tinting haze master. This innovation offers max protection against screens, darkens in the sun and slightly enhances night vision. The lens gives it the flexibility of indoor and outdoor eye protection.

Each pair includes several accessories:
1. A limited edition Richard Sherman football card
2. A numbered certificate of authenticity
3. A sport zipper case and slip case (SHOWTIME includes only the slip case)
4. Cleaning cloth
5. A coupon for a $15 credit on the Lucyd.co eShop

Each purchaser will also be entered into a sweepstakes to win a regulation American football signed by Richard Sherman. Watch the video to see Richard introduce the new eyewear.

Richard Sherman, Super Bowl XLVIII Champion, said:
“I’m thrilled to share the first edition of Sherman Shades with football fans nationwide. These are no ordinary sunglasses—they were designed to give maximum eye protection with supreme style.”

Harrison Gross, CEO and cofounder of Lucyd, said:
"At a starting price of $49.99, and a limited run of only 2,700 pairs, Sherman Shades offer unprecedented value as sunglasses and football memorabilia in one."

Season 1 of Sherman Shades debuts August 15th on Amazon.

About Lucyd
The mission of Lucyd is to enhance the visual experience. Lucyd is pioneering a new market for prescription-ready, tech-enhanced glasses, and operates an eShop for innovative eyewear. To learn more please visit Lucyd.co.

This press release is for informational purposes only. The information herein does not constitute investment advice nor an offer to invest and may contain statements related to our future business and financial performance and future events or developments involving Lucyd that may constitute forward-looking statements. These statements may be identified by words such as "expect," "look forward to," "anticipate" "intend," "plan," "believe," "seek," "estimate," "will," "project" or words of similar meaning. We may also make forward-looking statements in other reports, in presentations, in material delivered to customers, stakeholders and in press releases. In addition, our representatives may from time to time make oral forward-looking statements. Such statements may be based on the current expectations and certain assumptions of Lucyd’s management. Please note that these are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties and factors, including, but not limited to those described in various disclosures. Should one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize, or should underlying expectations not occur or assumptions prove incorrect, actual results, performance or achievements of Lucyd may vary materially from those described explicitly or implicitly in the relevant forward-looking statement. Lucyd neither intends, nor assumes any obligation, to update or revise these forward-looking statements in light of developments which differ from those anticipated.

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Portable Gaming Consoles Market 2019 Global Trend, Segmentation and Opportunities Forecast To 2024

WiseGuyReports.com adds “Portable Gaming Consoles Market 2019 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2024”

PUNE, MARKETERSMEDIA, INDIA, August 14, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Summary

WiseGuyReports.com adds “Portable Gaming Consoles Market 2019 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2024” reports to its database.

This report provides in depth study of “Portable Gaming Consoles Market” using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization. The Portable Gaming Consoles Market report also provides an in-depth survey of key players in the market which is based on the various objectives of an organization such as profiling, the product outline, the quantity of production, required raw material, and the financial health of the organization.

Global Portable Gaming Consoles Market Report 2019 – Market Size, Share, Price, Trend and Forecast is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Portable Gaming Consoles industry. The key insights of the report:

1.The report provides key statistics on the market status of the Portable Gaming Consoles manufacturers and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the industry. 
2.The report provides a basic overview of the industry including its definition, applications and manufacturing technology. 
3.The report presents the company profile, product specifications, capacity, production value, and 2013-2018 market shares for key vendors. 
4.The total market is further divided by company, by country, and by application/type for the competitive landscape analysis. 
5.The report estimates 2019-2024 market development trends of Portable Gaming Consoles industry. 
6.Analysis of upstream raw materials, downstream demand, and current market dynamics is also carried out 
7.The report makes some important proposals for a new project of Portable Gaming Consoles Industry before evaluating its feasibility.

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There are 4 key segments covered in this report: competitor segment, product type segment, end use/application segment and geography segment.

For competitor segment, the report includes global key players of Portable Gaming Consoles as well as some small players. At least 5 companies are included: 
* Nintendo 
* Sony 
* Microsoft 
* Apple 
* Google 

The information for each competitor includes: 
* Company Profile 
* Main Business Information 
* SWOT Analysis 
* Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin 
* Market Share 

For product type segment, this report listed main product type of Portable Gaming Consoles market 
* Single Function Gaming Consoles 
* Multifunction Gaming Consoles

For end use/application segment, this report focuses on the status and outlook for key applications. End users sre also listed. 
* Children 
* Adults

For geography segment, regional supply, application-wise and type-wise demand, major players, price is presented from 2013 to 2023. This report covers following regions: 
* North America 
* South America 
* Asia & Pacific 
* Europe 
* MEA (Middle East and Africa)

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Major Key Points in Table of Content

Chapter 1 Executive Summary

Chapter 2 Abbreviation and Acronyms

Chapter 3 Preface 

Chapter 4 Market Landscape 

Chapter 5 Market Trend Analysis 

Chapter 6 Industry Chain Analysis 

Chapter 7 Latest Market Dynamics 

Chapter 8 Trading Analysis 

Chapter 9 Historical and Current Portable Gaming Consoles in North America (2013-2018) 

Chapter 10 Historical and Current Portable Gaming Consoles in South America (2013-2018) 

Chapter 11 Historical and Current Portable Gaming Consoles in Asia & Pacific (2013-2018) 

Chapter 12 Historical and Current Portable Gaming Consoles in Europe (2013-2018) 

Chapter 13 Historical and Current Portable Gaming Consoles in MEA (2013-2018) 

Chapter 14 Summary for Global Portable Gaming Consoles (2013-2018) 

Chapter 15 Global Portable Gaming Consoles Forecast (2019-2023) 

Chapter 16 Analysis of Global Key Vendors 

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Items signed by Einstein, Jefferson, John Hancock and many others are in University Archives' August 28th online auction

Letter typed in English and signed by Albert Einstein, dated Nov. 2, 1953, to George Solounias in Greece, in which he talks about his theory of universal gravitation (est. $10,000-$12,000).

Manuscript document showing John Hancock’s bold and familiar signature, executed Oct. 1, 1776, not long after the signing of the Declaration of Independence (est. $8,000-$9,000).

Single-page letter handwritten by Thomas Jefferson on April 18, 1826 (six weeks prior to his death), in a slate blue suede mat and framed with an engraved portrait (est. $7,500-$8,500).

One-page typed letter signed by Walt Disney (1901-1966), regarding an exhibition of Fantasia for Pan-American Union attendees’ children, dated July 7, 1941 (est. $3,000-$3,500).

Achievement award signed in 1985 by history teacher-turned-astronaut Christa McAuliffe (1948-1986), just one year prior to her tragic death in the Challenger disaster (est. $500-$600).

The auction begins at 10:30 am Eastern. Live bidding has been posted online and bidding is available via LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com and Auctionzip.com

This sale includes a science grouping that will attract collectors and dealers like electrons to protons. The seismic collection of manuscripts, autographs and books document the history of science.”

— John Reznikoff

WESTPORT, CT, UNITED STATES, August 13, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — A letter typed in English and signed by Albert Einstein in which he talks about his theory of universal gravitation, a document signed in 1776 by John Hancock having to do with taxation without representation, and a letter written and signed by Thomas Jefferson six weeks before his death are expected top lots in University Archives’ online auction, August 28th.

The auction will begin at 10:30 am Eastern time. Live bidding has already been posted online and bidding is available via LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com and Auctionzip.com. The auction is packed with sensational historical documents, autographs and books, including a large science collection – 255 lots in all. Folks can visit the website, at www.UniversityArchives.com.

“This scintillating sale includes a science grouping that’s sure to attract collectors and dealers like electrons to protons,” mused John Reznikoff, president and owner of University Archives. “The seismic collection of manuscripts, autographs and books document the history of science. The greatest geniuses from all of physics, chemistry, genetics, engineering, computing, medicine, psychology, aviation and space exploration are represented, from Albert Einstein, Antoine Henri Becquerel and Enrico Fermi to Gregor Mendel, Thomas Edison, Charles Babbage and others.”

Mr. Reznikoff added, “The sale is also strong in documenting literary and artistic figures as well as athletes. We have superlative Romantic authors and modern greats. Our selection of original art ranges from comic art to a Norman Rockwell signed artist’s proof. Sports fans can find incredible signed photos and other memorabilia from 20th-century baseball and boxing legends.”

He continued, “As always, collectors of Declaration Signers, presidential, Revolutionary War, Civil War, and Americana will not be disappointed with our vast and diverse selection. Of special note are a 1776 letter by John Hancock, a great George Washington, a superb Thomas Paine letter, and even a Paul Revere signed item. There are several Jeffersons and many Lincolns, too.”

The Einstein letter – typed in English on Nov. 2, 1953, signed and addressed to George Aristotle Solounias in Athens, Greece, references “the validity of Newton’s theory” using a “clock-time” illustration. Einstein writes: “Your hypothesis is not impossible logically but it is contrary to facts.” The letter, on Einstein’s embossed stationery, with envelope, should hit $10,000-$12,000.

The manuscript document showing John Hancock’s bold and familiar signature, executed Oct. 1, 1776, just a few months after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, has a pre-sale estimate of $8,000-$9,000. The important resolution urges the complete representation of all the states regarding taxation by the British. It is nicely matted and comes with an image of Hancock.

The handsome single-page letter handwritten by Thomas Jefferson on April 18, 1826 (six weeks prior to his death on July 4th), is matted in a stunning slate blue suede mat and framed together with a lovely engraved portrait of Jefferson to a finished frame size of 24 ½ inches by 29 inches. The letter concerns Jefferson’s ongoing debt problems and is expected to reach $7,500-$8,500.

A soldier’s discharge document signed by then-General George Washington, dated June 8, 1783, for Private Isaac Osterhout, who was conned out of his rights by a man later convicted and sent to prison for life, has an estimate of $12,000-$14,000. Also, an invitation signed by the poet Walt Whitman to his lecture on Abraham Lincoln, delivered at the Chestnut Street Opera House in Philadelphia on April 15, 1886, should realize $2,000-$2,400. Whitman greatly admired Lincoln.

A fine example of the very rare full signature of the Swedish diplomat and humanitarian Raoul Wallenberg, documenting his efforts to help a Levai Miksa to survive the Holocaust, dated Aug. 22, 1944 and issued in Budapest, has an estimate of $9,000-$10,000. Also, a one-page document written in German and signed by Gregor Mendel (1822-1884), the “Father of Modern Genetics”, very rare, penned in what is now the Czech Republic on Sept. 1876, should make $5,000-$6,000.

A manuscript letter signed by Spain’s King Ferdinand (as “Yo el Rey”, or “I the King”) and Queen Isabella (as “Yo la Reyna”, or “I the Queen”), on an 8 ¼ inch by 12 inch page dated Oct. 12, 1499, in Spanish with a full English translation, is expected to gamer $8,000-$9,000. Also, a signed black and white photo of the late Vietnamese leader Ho Chi Minh, dated (“9.55”), has an estimate of $3,000-$3,500. Ho Chi Minh is a self-adopted name; it means “Bringer of Light”.

A one-page typed letter signed by Walt Disney (1901-1966), regarding an exhibition of Fantasia for Pan-American Union attendees’ children, dated July 7, 1941 and typed on Disney’s Fantasia letterhead, with a portrait photo of Disney, should finish at $3,000-$3,500; and an achievement award signed in 1985 by history teacher-turned-astronaut Christa McAuliffe (1948-1986), just one year prior to her tragic death in the Challenger disaster, carries an estimate of $500-$600.

University Archives has become world-renowned as a go-to source for rare items of this kind. It is actively seeking quality material for future auctions, presenting a rare opportunity for sellers.

“We can offer up to a 100 percent cash advance and a highly competitive commission structure,” Reznikoff said. “We’re only able to do this owing to our position in the industry as the premier auction house for signed historical documents, letters and manuscripts. Our reputation is rock-solid worldwide and has been earned over a period of four decades. People respect us globally.”

Anyone who has a single item or a collection that may be a fit for a future University Archives auction may call Mr. Reznikoff at 203-454-0111, or email him at john@universityarchives.com.

University Archives was founded in 1979, as a division of University Stamp Company, by Mr. Reznikoff, who started collecting stamps and coins in 1968, while in the third grade. Industry-wide, Reznikoff is considered the leading authenticity expert for manuscripts and documents. He consults with law enforcement, dealers, auction houses and both major authentication companies.

For more information about University Archives and the Wednesday, August 28th Internet-only auction, please visit www.universityarchives.com. For phone bidding, please call 800-237-5692.

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