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Not so Bright Gold for Reese in London

(Newswire.net — August 16, 2017) —  American long jumper Brittney Reese won a gold medal with a distance of 7.02m, Russian Darya Klisina won silver with 7m and the third place went to Olympic champion Tanja Bartoletta (USA) who jumped 6.97m. Another athlete jumped over 7m, but not according to the official statement of the judges.

Serbian Ivana Spanovic jumped over 7m but the judges measured a trail that was left in the sand by the corner of the paper number that fell off of her back.  

The Serbian team officially protested and the winner ceremony was postponed until video footage was reviewed. After a while, judges dismissed the appeal of the Serbian team.

The video showed the exact moment Spanovic’s feet touch the sand well over 7m. However, the poorly attached number on her back got loose and touched the ground as well, leaving the mark.

Bad luck, the judges say, but the Serbian team claims that there was no mark left in the sand before the 7m line and the official footage clearly shows Ivana’s jump above 7m. The judges dismissed claims and pronounced the winners.

“By inspecting the footage, the only clear clue in the sand is a print exceeding seven meters,” said Jevrosimovic,“ the president of the athletics Association of Serbia. Ivana Spanovic is the victim of an electronic error,” Jevrosimovic added, referring to a machine that measures the last trail on the sand.

Spanovic, whose personal record is 7.24m didn’t hide her disappointment, but she acted as a champion and congratulated the winner.

“I couldn’t imagine this outcome of competition”, Spanovic says. “as hard as it is for me to say, but these things happened in sports. Simply, sooner or later it has to come,” she added referring to the near win situation.

Spanovic refused to comment on allegations that the decision was purposefully made favoring the American athlete.

The London World Indoor Athletics Championship was the last athletics meeting to use paper numbers pinned to contestants’ backs. Ironically, the judges in London ignored the very reason officials decided to ban paper numbers and “washed their hands” of the incident blaming the distance measuring machine.

Numerous sports commentators reported in disbelief that Spanovic was “robbed” by judges. “I mean, it is crazy that you lose a competition because the number on your back, right?” a commentator from Spain asked Spanovic.

“Yeah, tell me about it,” Spanovic Replied.

Source: http://newswire.net/newsroom/news/00097551-not-so-bright-gold-for-reese-in-london.html

4 Ways Erosion Can Be Controlled

(Newswire.net — August 16, 2017) — Erosion refers to the top layer of soil being swept away, either due to natural factors or by man-made forces.

Erosion is more prevalent than you would think, creating havoc all around the world. Erosion needs to be controlled before it gets out of hand and fortunately, developments have been profound and effective.

Let’s take a look at 4 ways erosion can be controlled.

1.       Turbidity Barriers

Turbidity barriers are temporary barriers made of fabric that have low permeability. They are designed to confine the flow of sediment transport via a waterbody from construction sites to a limited area. This allows the deposit to settle down before being carried into the nearby watercourses. Turbidity barriers are installed parallel to the flow and do not work when fitted perpendicular to a moving water channel.

Turbidity barriers help control erosion during construction activities near a waterbody or underway directly across its path. This includes riverbank restoration, boat launches and the construction of bridges. These turbidity barriers work best in the presence of fine soil and where the velocity does not exceed 5 feet per second. After that point, other reinforcements have to be installed to ensure the prevention of erosion.

2.       Geotextiles

Geotextiles are permeable textile materials that increase the stability of soil and aid in erosion control, and drainage. Geotextiles are fabrics made and buried underground. They have been used in the form of natural fibers and vegetation combined with soil since the era of the Egyptian Pharaohs.

Geotextiles can be knitted, woven or non-woven, depending on why they are being used. Non-woven geotextiles are the most common and MacTex® (found here: http://www.maccaferri.com/my/products/geotextile-mactex/) have numerous non-woven products for different purposes. 

Their common uses, however, are for improvement of the soil where pipelines, embankments, roads and other soil retentive structures will stand.

However, mixtures of different polymers can result in a diverse variety of geotextiles that are suitable for numerous applications in the world of civil constructions.

Civil construction areas where geotextiles are helpful include the paved and unpaved airport runway, landfill sites and stone-based courses that underline sidewalks, car park waysides and parking lots. They are also applied beneath retaining wall erections to improve the recreational facilities and green areas.

3.       Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) Walls

Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) Walls consist of grainy soil that is used as backfill or in molded concrete blocks that are assembled in a pile to form a gravity earth retaining wall. MSE walls are also helpful in reinforcing strips or mesh and to create shaped walls.

The outdated concrete walls have the perfect replacement in the form of MSE walls. The MSE walls have numerous benefits as compared to the traditional concrete walls, including the fact that they are easy to install.

MSE walls are helpful in preventing erosion in certain areas, can act as transitory constructions for highway schemes and be used as containment structures that surround the oil and gas storage tanks. MSE Walls assists the most at construction sites where there are poor soil conditions, helping with soil retention

Builders and contractors prefer this method of avoiding the chaos erosion causes due to the significant constructive and economic benefits involved. These benefits include the ease of construction, saving the amount of heavy equipment required and the absence of a need for skilled labor or wall finishing.

Another advantage of using MSE walls as an erosion method is that the walls can be built on confined spaces and areas where construction is almost impossible. MSE walls stand strong even in areas where the soil quality is considerably poor, making it the perfect creation for areas that are susceptible to soil erosion.

4.       Ditches and Sediment Traps

The water that runs off from construction sites can easily be directed to areas where sediment traps and other constructions can be installed to trap the sediment filled water. Diversion ditches are extremely helpful in controlling and diverting the flow of water and are of most help when they are located in the up-slope areas of construction sites.

If not dealt with properly, erosion can end up causing a significant amount of damage to areas and construction sites where damage can end up being fatal. These four popular methods of preventing erosion are tried and tested, and will keep the sites free from the calamities erosion can result in. 

Source: http://newswire.net/newsroom/blog-post/00097550-4-ways-erosion-can-be-controlled.html

The Ultimate Guide to Spotting Red Flags When Hiring a Contract Manufacturer

(Newswire.net — August 16, 2017) — When working on a large or complex project, you may consider outsourcing as a rational cost and time-saving option. Most medium and large scale electronics manufacturers hire contract managers to handle logistics, prototype testing, and, responding to customers. Outsourcing minor roles enables electrical engineers to spend more time refining new concepts for future products.

Hiring a contract manufacturer requires you to do some investigation in advance. Delegating responsibilities to the wrong company leads to a huge wastage of resources. If you spot any of the four signs explained below, you should definitely hire a better Contract Manufacturer.

1.      Uses cheap and often inferior components

A majority of experts in the electronics design industry agree that cheap is expensive. Inferior products tend to let you down at crucial stages of design and product testing. If you come across a contract manager who wants to do a complete overhaul of your BOM just to save a few dollars, you better terminate the contract.

Cutting corners is a clear sign that the contract manager is focused on siphoning money from your pockets. Choose a company that’s known for its high quality. You may have to pay higher rates, but you won’t have to endure sleepless nights.

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2.      Overlooks non-technical matters

Apart from being an effective time-saving strategy, outsourcing enables electrical engineers to get professional help on important company duties. For example, creating payrolls, creating budgets, and, establishing contacts with new suppliers. Do your employees or suppliers constantly complain because of receiving late payments? It could be a red flag that your contract manager is poor at finance management. Working with such a negligent contract manager could lead to you overspending on your projects.

You may also come across a contract manager who promises to deliver your project within a month. However, they forget to consider the duration spent to ship the required materials from component manufacturers located overseas. This leads to postponing product launch dates and a series of delays that could have been easily avoided in advance.

3.      Works with shady PCB software

One common reason why electronics manufacturers reject designs is due to incompatibility issues. Despite the hundreds of new electronics design software that pop up every day online, well-established electronics manufacturers only work with a few reputable brands. It’s advisable to avoid contract managers who insist on you using outdated or unheard of electronics design software.

4.      Negative online reviews

Nowadays, Facebook allows its members to rate businesses based on a scale of 1 to 5 stars. Any ratings below 3 stars are a clear sign of customer dissatisfaction. The page followers can also post comments attached to their ratings. Simply log in to Facebook and search for the Contract Manager’s official Facebook page then analyze the ratings.

Conclusion

Applying the tips shared above will ensure you avoid the frustrations of working with self-centered contract managers.  Do you have questions or comments? Kindly post them below.

Source: http://newswire.net/newsroom/blog-post/00097549-the-ultimate-guide-to-spotting-red-flags-when-hiring-a-contract-manufacturer.html

Night at Trump's House for $ 725

(Newswire.net — August 16, 2017) –“This is a unique and special opportunity to stay in the home of a sitting president,” wrote Airbnb, the popular online home-sharing website, recommending the house where Donald Trump spent the first four years of his life.

The yellow, mock-Tudor townhouse in 85-15 Wareham Place, Jamaica Estates, an upper middle class neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens, can be rented from $725 a night.

The house has five bedrooms, and three and a half bathrooms. In the living room there is a life-size cardboard cutout of Donald Trump sporting a dark suit and red tie.

“He is a great companion for watching Fox News late into the night,” Airbnb wrote and added:

“In 1946, Donald Trump was born to Fred and Mary Trump, and brought home to Jamaica Estates. Here they lived, in a home built by Fred himself. This is their home.”

“Not much has been changed since the Trumps lived here, the kitchen is original and the opulent furnishings represent the style and affluence in which the Trumps would have lived.”

Earlier this year, New York real estate developer Michael Davis sold the former Trump residence in Jamaica Estates to a mystery Chinese woman, for $2.14m. But now Davis is renting it back from her for $4,000 a month and has decided to rent it out on Airbnb.

It has not been announced whether there are any individuals interested in renting, but neighbors say that they do not like this idea at all.

They already have a constant influx of tourists and the media, regardless of the fact that this is a residential neighborhood, and now there will be more people, because the house is being rented like a motel or a hotel.

What does Donald Trump think about all this?

He still did not comment on the issue, but last September, when the house was for sale, he told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, that he wanted to buy it back.

The childhood homes of US presidents are usually turned into museums or libraries, and maybe in the future, it also will happen with Trump’s house.

Source: http://newswire.net/newsroom/news/00097547-night-at-trump-s-house-for-725.html

Second Annual Dealer's Cup Scores Big for Charity

(Newswire.net — August 16, 2017) Vancouver, BC — Corporate golf tournaments are all in good fun. But participants in Silver Chef Canada’s second annual Dealer’s Cup brought more than their A-game —they brought an overwhelming cascade of support, good will, and generosity.

On Friday, August 11, 65 representatives from local companies like Vortex Restaurant Equipment, Body Active, Impact Recruitment, Foodpak, and Mountain Coffee teed off at the University Golf Club in support of Opportunity International, a not-for-profit organization that provides business and finance programs to over 5 million people across 20 developing countries. Between registration from these participants, sponsorship from companies like Espressotec and Caffé D’arte Coffee Roasters, proceeds from 50/50 draws as well as a Mulligans element and a silent auction, and two silent donors who matched the money collected, the event raised $11,418 for third-world entrepreneurs working their way out of poverty.

“It was a great day!” says Ellise Keller, tournament coordinator at Silver Chef Canada. “We were able to bring a lot of our industry partners together to showcase not only our business but also the work we do with our partners at Opportunity International. Having just reached the mark of one million people served, this was a fabulous way to set us up for the next million.”

The team of four from Russell Hendrix and GroupeX Solutions took First Place (thanks, no doubt, to the delicious and refreshing cold brew coffees served at Hole #1 by Espressotec), and several other lucky winners took home silent auction prizes, including a Nespresso coffee machine, a Broil King barbecue, a GoPro camera, a travel set (suitcase with laptop carrier and a neck pillow), a TaylorMade driver, and a TaylorMade golf bag. Merriment and celebrations continued after the tournament with drinks and a sumptuous buffet dinner — an all-around success.

“It was incredible to see so many people from such a wide range of businesses come together for a cause,” reflects Alison Ensworth, Marketing and Communications Coordinator at Espressotec. “Talk on the green wasn’t even about networking or business — it was just humans supporting humans.”

“Can’t wait to double the proceeds next year!” Keller says.

About Silver Chef Canada

With nearly 30 years’ experience and industry knowledge, Silver Chef is Canada’s only dedicated hospitality equipment funding partner. The Certified B Corporation exists to support hospitality business owners to achieve their dreams and achieve their full individual and business potential. Over 25,000 customers have used the Silver Chef Rent-Try-Buy solution to fund their equipment through the company’s offices in Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.

About Opportunity International

Opportunity International is the official charity partner of Silver Chef. This incredible organization provides small business loans that allow people to work their way out of poverty in the developing world. Just as Silver Chef gives customers a chance to live their potential through our funding model, Opportunity International gives people in the developing world a helping hand to transform their lives, allowing them to maintain their dignity and create their own success story. In communities that Opportunity International supports, family incomes rise, children are well fed and go to school, homes are improved and women gain status. Their mandate is to serve all people regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or gender.

About Espressotec Sales & Service

Established in 1997, Espressotec Sales & Service is Canada’s top choice for coffee and espresso machines, grinders, accessories, parts, repairs, and service. We carry many reliable commercial and home machine brands, including Rancilio, Breville, Saeco, Jura, Rocket, Mazzer, Macap, La Marzocco, ECM, and more. Our service department provides general maintenance programs and repairs to keep your coffee and espresso equipment at its best. Since moving to our 10,000-square-foot location on Clark Drive, we have also been expanding our program of events, including latte art classes, cuppings, workshops, and coffee tastings – all held in our beautiful Barista Lab. Check us out online or drop by our showroom for espresso solutions that work.

Espressotec Sales & Service

1015 Clark Drive
Vancouver, BC V5L 2K1
Canada
(604) 244-7989
info@espressotec.com
http://www.espressotec.com
Source: http://newswire.net/newsroom/pr/00097545-rocket-espresso-machine-retailer.html

Healthy Start Offers Free Dental Screenings

(Newswire.net — August 16, 2017) Winnetka, IL — HealthyStart™ is traveling across the country training Doctors on the HealthyStart™ System and offering Free Dental Screenings to families in each community. Find a list of FREE Patient Days here – https://www.thehealthystart.com/full-calendar

Healthy Start by Ortho Tain

HealthyStart™ Gives Back!

The HealthyStart Smiles™ Foundation, along with participating Doctors, would like to sponsor a child in each of the HealthyStart Smiles Foundationdifferent cities we visit. We want to hear your stories. If you are a parent, caregiver, grandparent or know of a child who would benefit from the HealthyStart™ System, please send their story including name and contact information to susie@healthystartchild.com

There is a silent crisis among America’s children that manifests while they are sleeping. A few key signs? Mouth breathing, snoring, teeth grinding and thumb or finger sucking. Possible causes? Prolonged pacifier use and a diet of soft foods. Effect? An underdeveloped jaw that falls open while the child is asleep and cinches the airway so proper oxygen does not feed the body and brain. Symptoms? ADD/ADHD, bed wetting, difficulty in school, stunted growth, nightmares, depression, swollen adenoids/tonsils, chronic allergies and more. Unfortunately, many children are misdiagnosed and left untreated. End Result? We have the fix! HealthyStart™ identifies these symptoms and addresses the root cause, promotes proper oral habits, develops the airway, naturally promotes jaw development and results in straight teeth without Braces.

“My son Landyn was diagnosed with ADHD. He was taking 2 doses of medicine a day which prevented him from eating, gaining weight and affected his personality. After a Sleep Assessment Test with a Certified HealthyStart™ Dental Provider, we realized Landyn was suffering from Sleep Disordered Breathing. The lack of oxygen was preventing him from reaching REM sleep which was affecting his bodies growth/ development and causing the ADHD type symptoms. Landyn started wearing his HealthyStart™ appliance causing the ADHD symptoms to disappear. He is no longer taking medication and is thriving!” – Heather from Alabama

American made, the HealthyStart™ Appliance System is pain-free, non-pharmaceutical, non-surgical, non-invasive therapy. If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Susie LaFredo at 210-362-8121 or email at susie@healthystartchild.com. If you’re a Doctor and are interested in attending an upcoming HealthyStart™ Lecture, visit – https://www.thehealthystart.com/full-calendar-new.

About Healthy Start by Ortho-Tain

With over 500 patents HealthyStart™️ is based on 50 years of research and the experience of treating over 3 million children around the world.

Healthy Start by Ortho-Tain

950 Greenbay Road
Winnetka, IL 60093
United States
8445434325
susie@healthystartchild.com
https://www.thehealthystart.com
Source: http://newswire.net/newsroom/pr/00097540-free-dental-screenings.html

Early Education Expert Sarah Wennogle on Fly Fishing

(Newswire.net — August 15, 2017) Denver, Colorado — Between practicing their craft and making that push toward constant improvement, professionals often find themselves trying to maintain a work-life balance. Shifting the mind from the demands of work to the relaxing impact of a worthwhile distraction makes all the difference but it can also be a real challenge.

For Sarah Jean Wennogle, a passionate professional whose portfolio speaks of her expertise in Early Education, a stress-relieving sport offers the ideal escape: fly fishing.

Certified as Large Center Director Qualified by the State of Colorado, Sarah is a committed professional educator who is passionate about helping developmentally challenged children. She takes pride in her vast experience and extensive trainings. She is Expanding Quality Infant/Toddler Training (EQIT), FirstAid and AHA Healthcare Provider CPR certified. To read more, visit: https://www.houzz.com/pro/sarahwennogle30/sarah-wennogle.

Sarah became drawn to the sport following her active participation in the free fly fishing program which is exclusively for women in Charleston, South Carolina. The event, held this July 16, 2017, was a collaborative project by the Wood River Fly Fishing Association, United Fly Tyers of Rhode Island, Trout Unlimited Chapters and the Rhode Island’s Environmental Management’s Aquatic Resource Education program.

During the free fly fishing program, it was emphasized that fly fishing is different from the simple sport of fishing. Fly fishing utilizes the angling method and entails the use of specific equipment such as fly reel and fly rod. While the line is expected to hold some weight, the fly itself should be practically weightless.

Historically speaking, the very first set of hand-made flies were made from feathers that looked like insects that are gracefully set to the sea to draw the fish—as opposed to regular fishing where a cast is thrown out to the waters to lure the catch. At present, the flies are made out of synthetic materials but require the same skill from a fish flying enthusiast.

From 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M., the ladies took their time familiarizing and discussing fly fishing information, techniques, tools and equipment. Certified fly fishing instructors flew in from Rhode Island and Massachusetts to conduct trainings and demonstrations in an aim to enable the lady participants to try their hands on non-competitive fly fishing. To put their newly acquired skills in the sport to test, they proceeded to a pond for an afternoon of leisurely fly fishing.

“I recently fell in love with fly fishing during my most recent vacation,” Sarah affirms, underscoring that the recently concluded free fly fishing program paved the way for a new passion in her life. To learn more, visit: https://vimeo.com/sarahwennogle.

About Sarah Wennogle

Sarah Jean Wennogle is an Early Education expert with a 12-year experience in early childhood education, including in the development of adaptive curriculum that stimulates learning. In April 2017, Sarah was certified as Large Center Director Qualified by the State of Colorado.

Sarah Wennogle

4875 DTC Boulevard
Denver, Colorado 80237
United States
sarahwennogle30@gmail.com
http://sarahwennogle.ocnova.com/
Source: http://newswire.net/newsroom/pr/00097535-early-education-expert-sarah-wennogle-on-fly-fishing.html

3 Best Practices for Recruiting, Retaining and Motivating Millennials

(Newswire.net — August 15, 2017) — Several years ago, the HR world was fixated what to do when the Millennials arrive, and unleash a demographic force in the likes of which the labor market has never seen.

Well, the good news for some folks in the HR space is they don’t have to worry about reading yet another article or book about the “oncoming Millennial horde.” The bad news is that’s because the horde is here!

Indeed, just as predicted, Millennials are now the largest cohort on the business landscape, surpassing Boomers (Generation X and Z aren’t even in the race for top spot). That means businesses of all sizes, from small startups to large enterprises, need to find smart and cost-effective ways to recruit, retain and motivate Millennials; not just to boost profitability, but to ensure survival.

Considering this, here are three best practices to attract and keep Millennials in the fold, and keep businesses competitive and afloat.

1. Hierarchy and politics are out; democracy and inclusivity is in. 

Forcing Millennials to steadily climb the corporate ladder and navigate the political pecking order so they can enjoy perks like corner offices or enhanced health benefits is anachronistic, counter-productive, and just plain wrong (kind of like rapping grandparents). Millennials are very value-driven, and respond immediately to clear demonstrations and expressions of democracy and inclusivity.

2. Cubicles are out; open offices are in.

Office design is another key area that influences Millennials’ engagement — or lack thereof. Cubicles aren’t just costly, but as studies show, they’re universally loathed by employees (and with good reason). And as for the recent backlash against open offices because they’re too noisy, messy or even smelly: this is not a problem with design, but is due to lack of planning and especially policies. Businesses that put together a set of fair, common sense rules and enforce them are more than happy with their open office approach, and so are their employees: Millennials and non-Millennials alike!

3. 9-5 is out; flex time is in. 

Ok, so maybe unlimited vacations are not such a good idea — at least not for all businesses in every sector. But dialing things back to circa 1950 with a 9-5 workday isn’t the answer either; especially since a great deal of work can be done remotely, such as answering emails, updating project data, and so on.

The Bottom Line

The Millennials are here, and over the next few years, they’re going to firmly install themselves in middle and senior management positions. It’s a numbers game, and Millennials hold some pretty powerful cards. Businesses that embrace the best practices above put themselves on the road to becoming an employer of choice. Those that don’t will continue struggling to attract and keep the trainable and talented people they need to succeed today — and survive tomorrow.

Source: http://newswire.net/newsroom/blog-post/00097534-best-practices-for-millennials.html

Henry S. Porretto Urges Talk on Cruise Ship Issues

(Newswire.net — August 16, 2017) TX — There is growing concern amongst cruise ship operators at the Port of Galveston due to fog delays. Insiders have been privately claiming that there is a growing dissatisfaction in the cruise industry caused by pilots being too cautious during the fog season. Internal reports suggest that the pilots sometimes hold shipment, citing thick fog as the reason.

Due to the growing concern about fog delays at the Port of Galveston, Henry S. Porretto, member of the Board of Pilot Commissioners for Galveston County, is calling for a public discussion. On Wednesday, Porretto, along with Board Secretary Brad Boney, met with Ted O’Rourke, the Galveston Wharves Board Chairman.

Porretto refused to divulge details about the meeting but news of this private meeting came right after a certain report by The Daily News. The report contained information on emails concerning fog delays. In addition, the emails mentioned in the report suggested that pilots were holding shipment despite visibility being good.

With ferries carrying over 4,000 passengers and cruise ships running on tight deadlines, delays inevitably incur extra costs, not to mention dissatisfied passengers. This is according to Maggie Pena-Lavey, Director of Port Services for Royal Caribbean International.

Porretto claims that such concerns should be discussed publicly. As for O’Rourke, he claims to have no problems discussing it in a public venue.

“We hope to work things out internally with all of our customers,” O’Rourke stated. “I feel like we are a landlord port, and we owe it to our customers to make sure that they are treated fairly. It is a big thing for the port. We need to get this permanently resolved, so it doesn’t come up over and over again.”

Prior to issues concerning fog delays, several cruise lines had filed a lawsuit against the Board of Pilot Commissioners for Galveston County Ports over tariff rates. It came to an end in March after a motion was filed by plaintiffs to dismiss the case.

The Port of Galveston is the fourth busiest cruise port in the United States. It is home to two cruise ship terminals found on the Harborside Drive. In addition, the port also serves as the home to a seasonal Disney Cruise Lines ship, three year-round Carnival Cruise Line ships, and one year-round Royal Caribbean Ship. The budget for the fiscal year of 2017 anticipates that approximately 62% of Port of Galveston’s $38.6 million in revenues come from cruise lines alone. For more information about other environmental topics, visit https://newswire.net/newsroom/pr/00097464-henry-porretto-to-publicly-air-concerns-on-fog-delays.html

About Henry S. Porretto

Henry S. Porretto is a member of the Board of Pilot Commissioners for Galveston County Ports. In addition to serving as a commissioner, Porretto also served as Chief of Police at the Galveston Police Department. A man with an illustrious background, he is currently serving as a consultant to the Mathis Police Department in Texas.

Source: http://newswire.net/newsroom/pr/00097461-henry-s-porretto-urges-public-talk-on-cruise-ship-issues.html
Source: http://newswire.net/newsroom/pr/00097461-henry-s-porretto-urges-public-talk-on-cruise-ship-issues.html

Cherry Rush is a Must Have App for Casino Fans

(Newswire.net — August 15, 2017) —  Android phone users who wish to gamble with real money have not been able to find real gambling apps at the Google Play Store. As a result, a new app, Cherry Rush, has been created to provide Android users with all of the best real play casino apps.

Cherry Rush makes it easy to download the best casino apps but with so many to choose from, they make it even easier. The site is loaded with reviews about each and every casino app they promote. Expect to find everything you would want to know about a mobile casino app. For instance, there is information regarding which types of games are offered. Perhaps you are looking to play roulette. You can easily discern which mobile casinos offer this exciting game. Players also want some reassurance that a casino is safe. Cherry Rush’s informative reviews also provide specific information regarding the apps’ security methods as well as their licensing information such as if they have been endorsed by eCOGRA, the leading accreditation agency for the online casino industry. No where can you find such comprehensive information regarding a number of apps.

When perusing the list of mobile casino apps, each app has a more info link. When clicking this, information at a glance is provided about the app. Each app has been given a rating of up to 5 stars by the experts at Cherry Rush. They also list all the languages that are supported by the app. Buttons are provided for users to choose from instant play to try the site out or download now to install the app. For those who aren’t tech savvy, detailed and easy to follow directions are provided for installation.

The Cherry Rush app can be downloaded at cherryrush.com for free. Why not surf on over to see what’s in store for Android gamblers?

Source: http://newswire.net/newsroom/pr/00097533-cherry-rush-is-a-must-have-app-for-casino-fans.html