Robots, Space Toys, Early Disney, Other 19th/20th-Century Favorites Ready to Impress at Milestone's Oct. 13 Toy Auction

Spotless Walking Batman With Crisp, Original Japanese Box Expected to Sell for $10K-$15K

WILLOUGHBY, OHIO, UNITED STATES, October 12, 2018 / — The color, action and irresistible charm of antique and vintage toys will be on full display during Milestone’s October 13 auction in suburban Cleveland. More than 700 lots ranging from coveted early 20th-century German clockwork characters to mid-century superheroes and flashy ’50s vehicles await collectors, who may bid in person, absentee, by phone or live online.

“The level of condition from start to finish is just incredible,” said Milestone co-owner Chris Sammet. “We set the bar very high with all of our Premier sales, but I can say without any hesitation that this is the most outstanding selection of clean, original toys we have ever offered.”

Many dozens of robots, space toys and superheroes will be ready to take the spotlight, and all eyes are sure to be on Lot 96, a TN battery-operated Walking Batman in impeccable condition. “This toy is a dream for collectors since it’s new old store stock and has never been played with,” Sammet said. “It’s all original and complete, and there isn’t a better example out there. The rich colors and high gloss have to be seen to be believed.” The 12-inch toy is accompanied by its spotless original Japanese-version box depicting “Adam West” as Batman and Robin in the Batmobile. Estimate: $10,000-$15,000.

Another extraterrestrial prize is Lot 98, a boxed Mechanical Moon Robot (Robby the Robot lookalike). A wind-up as opposed to battery-operated toy, it is complete and appears never to have been played with. Its pre-sale estimate is $2,500-$3,000.

A Marx tin wind-up Sparkling Rocket Fighter Ship – dazzling in its bright red and yellow motif – is a classic example of how manned spaceships were envisioned long before Star Wars or even the Space Race. The 12-inch-long tinplate craft entered as Lot 107B is all original, including the often-missing tailfin, and comes with its visually spectacular pictorial box. Estimate: $600-$800. Lot 115F is an incredibly rare factory case containing 12 TootsieToy #1031 Buck Rogers 25th Century Battle Cruisers, each pristine and in its original pictorial box. Like the aforementioned Walking Batman, it is new old store stock. Auction estimate: $2,000-$3,000

An American antique toy of true museum quality, Lot 245E is a circa-1875 Ives Mechanical Performing Monkey with handbells. “Not only is it in unbelievably fine collection, with bright, unfaded clothing and perfect facial paint, it also has its original wooden box with applied pictorial label,” Sammet said. The Ives label indicates that the toy received a patent, presumably for its unusual action. The pre-sale estimate has been set at $3,000-$4,000.

There’s an impressive array of 1930s through postwar-era toys to delight Disney collectors. The grouping includes many examples of Mickey Mouse and other character toys that seldom appear at auction in such sparkling condition. Among the highly regarded Linemar productions are a tin wind-up Mickey on Unicycle, $400-$600; Mickey Cyclist, $300-$500; and boxed Mickey Mouse Dipsy Car, $400-$600. A 1940s Mickey Mouse watch, mint in its original cylindrical box, will cross the auction block with a $300-$500 estimate. Many of Mickey’s Disney stablemates will be on hand, as well. Lot 130, a rare and near-mint Marx boxed set, houses Pinocchio and Figaro the Cat tin wind-ups, both in top-notch condition. The set delivers two Disney favorites for the price of one and is estimated at $1,000-$1,500.

That muscle-bound, spinach-loving cartoon sailor Popeye will be showing off many skills, such as boxing, tumbling, blowing bubbles, jig dancing, and driving a patrol motorcycle. He’s also a high-flying pilot, as seen in Lot 201, a 1935 tin wind-up Popeye Express. All original and as fresh as the day it rolled off the Marx assembly line, this toy depicts daredevil pilot Popeye circling above a train with an annoyed Olive Oyl as its passenger and Wimpy as a spectator. Along with its profusely illustrated original box, it comes to auction with a $1,000-$1,500 estimate.

A fleet of pressed steel automotive toys includes many leading brands, including Buddy ‘L,’ Bing, Marx, Cor-Cor, Wyandotte, Dayton and Sturditoy. In the 1920s, the latter company produced a handsome 33½-inch oil tanker in fire-engine red. An example of the two-piece truck and trailer, entered as Lot 390B, retains its original decals and nice tandem tires. Its auction estimate is $2,000-$2,500.

Paddles are expected to be airborne when Lot 458A, a rare Hubley cast-iron Harley-Davidson Parcel Post motorcycle opens for bidding. With very clean original paint and Harley decal on the gas tank, this much-admired bike comes with its correct blue-uniformed driver. Estimate: $2,000-$2,500

Milestone’s Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018 Premier Vintage Toy Auction will begin at 10 a.m. Eastern Time, with all forms of bidding available, including live online through Milestone’s own bidding platform or LiveAuctioneers. Address: 3860 Ben Hur Ave., Unit 8, Willoughby, OH 44094. For additional information or condition reports, call 440-527-8060 or email Online:

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Dr. David Anthony Miranda explains symptoms of low testosterone

Dr David Anthony Miranda

Dr David Anthony Miranda on Low Testosterone in Men

Low testosterone levels in men can have a variety of causes, with many of the symptoms able to drastically reduce the health and well-being of those affected.

WEST LAKE HILLS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, October 12, 2018 / — Low levels of testosterone among men are most commonly encountered as a normal effect of advancing age. However, other factors may cause a reduction in testosterone levels, particularly in younger males, including conditions related to the pituitary gland, chemotherapy and other cancer treatments, and a number of medical problems and other disorders. These can include liver and kidney disease, diabetes, obesity, and AIDS, as well as a range of genetic conditions, according to Dr. David Anthony Miranda.

Dr. David Anthony Miranda is a highly experienced emergency locum physician and partner of Fit-Life MD, a medical wellness clinic specializing in testosterone replacement therapy based in San Antonio, Texas.

The physician explains that low testosterone can also be the result of an injury or infection affecting the testicles. Of disorders of the pituitary gland, Dr. Miranda further reveals that as the gland at the base of the brain which controls all hormone-producing organs, problems in this area have the potential to result in drastically reduced testosterone levels.

Symptoms of low testosterone vary and often depend on how long a man has been experiencing reduced levels of the hormone. Initial symptoms of low testosterone can include feeling overly tired, decreased exercise endurance, low libido, feeling sad, down, or depressed, mood irritability, and otherwise unexplained weight gain.

Dr. Miranda reveals that as levels continue to decline, men affected by low testosterone may also develop other symptoms. Some of these, he says, can present as serious medical problems, and include loss of muscle or difficulty gaining muscle, loss of facial and body hair, low sperm count or infertility, and gynecomastia. More serious conditions can include low bone mineral density and bone thinning.

"Often I'm asked, 'If I have these symptoms, should I see a healthcare professional?'" says Dr. Miranda.

"'Yes,' is the answer," he continues, "and if an individual believes that he is suffering from reduced testosterone, it's important to have blood drawn, wherein which hormone levels can be properly measured."

According to Dr. David Anthony Miranda, numerous other conditions can cause similar symptoms to those associated with low levels of testosterone. As such, a simple blood test is crucial and able to reveal whether an individual is suffering from low testosterone, or if more exhaustive health checks may be necessary.

In many cases, says the physician, a conclusive answer surrounding whether or not testosterone levels are within acceptable parameters can be available in as little as 24 hours following the provision of a blood sample.

Dr. David Anthony Miranda is a partner of Fit-Life MD, a physician-owned medical wellness and fitness clinic in San Antonio, Texas. The mission of Fit-Life MD is to improve the overall health and wellness of patients through individually designed and personalized treatment plans tailored toward general health and physical well-being. Dr. Miranda's personal interests include investing in the stock market, especially publicly-traded healthcare stocks, as well as music, theater, and film.

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Officer Thomas Griffiths Partners with Carlos Mejia and Others to Improve Tensions in Boston

Carlos Mejia Blueline Care

By engaging in programs that build relationships with the community, Carlos Mejia and other activists aim to eases tensions between police and civilians.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, October 12, 2018 / — Thomas Griffiths and Carlos Mejia understand that to have peaceful streets, you need to employ the service of healthy, happy police officers. This understanding is the soul of Blueline Care, a program Griffiths and Carlos Mejia co-created to ensure that officers build camaraderie in their teams and have a safe, judgement-free place to share their feelings.

Thomas Griffiths has provided outstanding service as a Boston-area police officer for years, earning distinctions for his contributions to the local community and his team (you can even Google his decades-old status of Officer of the Month). In a time when tensions between law officers and residents are high, more and more cities are adopting relationship-strengthening programs like those supported by Officer Griffiths to create lasting bonds with the community.

Uncertain times––whether it’s the unpredictability of our government or doubt stemming from widespread sensationalized topics in the media––stir conflict between citizens and law enforcement across the country. However, officers like Thomas Griffiths of the Boston Police Department prove that conflict can be alleviated with just a little community involvement.

Police officers engaging in neighborhood sports or visiting high schools and gymnasiums create familiarity and ease tensions through involvement. Thomas Griffiths and other fellow officers of the Boston Police Department regularly take to the streets to get to know the people in their communities and walk together with civilians for peace.

During the course of their careers, officers regularly undergo traumas that endanger both their physical and mental health. There are no mandatory outlets for them to unwind, and many officers choose to drown out symptoms of PTSD––symptoms such as depression, fatigue, anger and confusion––with negative habits like alcohol and drug abuse. Often, symptoms of PTSD combined with long-lasting side effects of substance abuse can lead to problems such as domestic violence and a loss in performance in addition to bodily complications.

Blueline Care creates opportunities for officers to de-stress and build positive lasting memories with their fellow officers outside of stressful working conditions. Healthier, happier officers in the Blueline Care program are more capable of being a positive influence on their community and strengthening relationships in their neighborhoods.

Thomas Griffiths is a paradigm for police who aspire to change their communities for the better, and he accomplishes great feats beyond his immediate work as an officer. “Officer Griffiths is more than a caring and active member of the Boston community; he makes strides both as an officer and as a civilian towards a brighter, more peaceful tomorrow through regular engagement and encouragement,” says Blueline Care partner Carlos Mejia.

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An Auto Accident Lawyer Can Help Catch Insurance Company Tricks

Saffren and Weinberg - Personal Injury Attorneys

If you have been involved in an auto accident, leading to subsequent injuries and losses, filing a claim is the first thing you should do.

People need to be made aware of the potential problems they can run into when working with insurance companies in terms of receiving money.”

— Kenneth Saffren, Esq.


At Saffren and Weinberg, Marc Alan Weinberg, Attorney and Kenneth Scott Saffren, Attorney are partners. The firm’s tagline is “The People’s Voice In Court.” They make themselves available via phone at (215) 309-9577 or by email on the Saffren and Weinberg website. Saffren and Weinberg provide a no-charge, complimentary case review and answers questions for prospective clients.

If you have been unfortunate enough to have been involved in an auto accident, leading to subsequent injuries and losses, filing a claim is the first thing you should do. However, when it comes to filing a personal injury claim and negotiating with your car insurance provider yourself, you should know it is not going to be easy.

This is because, the insurance companies, especially the third-party insurers will try every trick in the book to minimize the claim amount and pay as less an amount as possible. The obvious reason being the prospect of profitability for the insurance company.

“People need to be made aware of the potential problems they can run into when working with insurance companies in terms of receiving money,” said Kenneth Saffren, Esq. “Working with a lawyer could help alert people and make working with insurance a smoother process.”

Seeking the services of an auto accident lawyer, such as Kenneth Saffren of Saffren and Weinberg, helps a lot in this regard, but first, you should learn about the top 10 insurance company tricks as listed here.

Lack of Response – While you expect the insurance adjuster to reach out to you for help as soon as you report the damage, often times it is just the opposite. Insurance companies hardly respond even after frequent calls and emails. This attitude is both deliberate as well as the result of having to deal with hundreds of claimants each day.

Unnecessary Delay – Even when the insurance company responds and takes up your case, the one thing that they stick to is unnecessary delay. Delaying would imply earning interests from the money apart from the chances of the claimant being too tired of a lengthy process and settling for a low compensation amount.

False Show of Responsibility – The insurance companies typically put up a false show of responsibility. This is done to make you believe that they will handle your claim well and that you do not need a car accident lawyer for the purpose. However, what happens in due course is that you realize that it’s only a trick to pay out as less a compensation as possible.

Consistent Request for More Information – To keep asking for more information is one common trick that the insurance company employs to stretch the case and delay it as much as possible. The information can be regarding medical expenses or irrelevant details. They will ask you for another just as you furnish them with one. The adjuster will try to make you believe that the information is vital for assuring you justice.

Call for Statement – As fraudulent a practice as it is, insurance adjusters ask for statements from the victims just to confuse the claimant and damage the value of the claim. These statements are prepared in a way that naturally leads to ambiguous answers. It is for this very reason that you will never find a good car accident attorney asking for statements from his/her client.

Request for Medical Records – While the request for medical records is obvious to know more about the injuries, insurance companies often go to the extent of demanding unrelated medical records. This again is a trick to delay the process with the excuse of lack of medical records. Records from 5 years before the present car accident are certainly not of any value or relevance whatsoever.

Disputing Medical Expense Amount – Insurance adjusters try their best to disallow or disregard the medical expenses you incurred. This is often done after a communication with your appointed Doctor. They find issues with your medical treatment to ultimately arrive at a way of lowering the medical expense amount in some way or the other.

Insisting on Co-Payments – Insurance companies often make wrong use of a car accident victim’s unawareness of legal procedures. As such, they will try to make you settle with the co-payments or out-of-pocket expenses instead of paying for all the medical bills, as it should be.

Unacceptable Offers – It is only when the insurance provider offers the victim with a very low amount that he/she realizes the need of a lawyer. But by the time this realization occurs, the insurance adjuster has obtained all information and statement to be used against the claimant in the court.

Monitoring or Spying – Last but not the least, when there is a considerable insurance coverage, insurers go to the extent of spying on you. They do so with the aim of recording footages that speak against your injury or claim.

Don’t let these scams and fraud practitioners disregard your personal injury and losses resulting from a car crash. Get in touch with one of our car accident lawyers at 215-576-0100 and get a free consultation today.

Kenneth Scott Saffren / About the author
Ken Saffren, Esq, is a partner of Saffren & Weinberg located in Jenkintown, PA, practicing in workers’ compensation, social security, and personal injury litigation. He is a member of both the United States District Court of New Jersey and Eastern District of Pennsylvania Supreme Court, as well as PHN Epsilon Roe.

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Important Asian art with timeline from Shang Dynasty through 20th century to be sold without reserve Oct. 13

Qing Dynasty white jade figure of Buddha, 18th century. Provenance: Collection of Charles George (1898-1983), manager of Sir Victor Sassoon’s empire in China, and Margaret Bond George; thence by descent. Est. $2,000-$2,500

Ming Dynasty yellow-ground, iron-red-decorated enamel dragon jar, Jiajing Mark and Period, 7¼ x 5½ inches. Former Beverly Hills, Calif., private collection, purchased circa 1970s/’80s. Est. $6,000-$8,000

Large Tang Dynasty gilt bronze figure of Guanyin, 19 inches high. Acquired in China sometime between 1910 and 1938/39. Provenance: Collection of Robert and Gloria Edwards, thence by descent. Est. $10,000-$12,000

Offerings include fine porcelain, ceramics, jade, bronzes, scholarly objects and paintings with provenance from old and distinguished private collections

The artworks and antiques chosen for this sale are of utmost quality and impeccable provenance, many of them purchased a century ago in China.”

— Rafael Leite, Rivertown Antiques Auction

HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA, October 12, 2018 / — Rivertown Antiques & Estate Services, one of the world’s most trusted sources of Asian fine and decorative art, will present a 188-lot auction on Saturday, October 13 featuring rarities whose timeline runs from the Shang Dynasty (2nd millennium BC) through the 20th century. Absentee and Internet live bidding is available through LiveAuctioneers.

The fully curated connoisseur’s selection includes distinguished estate and family items from the United States, Great Britain and Continental Europe. They include the Charles George collection, property from the collections of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson, Samuel E. Wilson, Robert Edwards; and a former Beverly Hills, California, private collection.

No reserve has been placed on any of the lots. “We are absolutely confident that the artworks and antiques chosen for this sale, which are of utmost quality and impeccable provenance, will attract the market prices they deserve,” said Rivertown spokesperson Rafael Leite. “We’re very proud of the selection represented in this sale, which took our expert appraiser many months to authenticate and catalog.”

A star lot among the many bronzes in the sale is a 13th/14th-century silver-inlaid figure of Avalokiteshvara. This remarkable treasure was acquired in China in the 1920s by Samuel E. Wilson (1891-1965), who, at the time was working there as a journalist. Reflecting superlative artistry, it stands 15½ inches high and shows no signs of repair or restoration. The pre-sale estimate is $2,000-$2,500.

Another top prize from the Wilson collection is a Western Zhou Dynasty bronze yu, or ritual vessel, with an intriguing design that blends perfect symmetry with time-honored craftsmanship. There are no repairs, and its unrestored beauty is enhanced by natural verdigris. Estimate: $6,000-$8,000. A second ritual food vessel from the Wilson collection is known as a “ding.” This ancient bronze dates to the Shang Dynasty (circa 1600-1046 BC) and is expected to make $4,000-$5,000 at auction.

Standing 19 inches tall, a Tang Dynasty gilt bronze figure of Guanyin was previously held in the collection of Robert Edwards (1883-1979) and his wife Gloria (1886-1960). Mr. Edwards arrived in Shanghai in 1910 to work for Jardine, Matheson & Co. The couple, who married in 1917, collected Chinese antiques until they return to Britain in 1938/’39. The Guanyin figure passed by descent through the Edwards family and will be offered at auction with a $10,000-$12,000 estimate. Also carrying provenance from the Edwards collection is a 9¾-inch Song Dynasty Qingbai Boys Meiping vase with stand, estimated at $4,000-$5,000.

An exceptional example of Ming Dynasty ceramic artistry, a 7¼-inch enameled dragon jar is richly decorated in iron red on a yellow ground and bears the Jiajing Mark and Period. The vessel was previously held in the Beverly Hills, California collection of a connoisseur who regularly purchased Asian antiques from London and New York dealers during the 1970s and ’80s. A stunning example, is estimated at $6,000-$8,000.

Yet another flawless ceramic, a 9¼-inch Qing Dynasty yellow glazed vase with Kangxi Mark and Period, has provenance from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson. A career diplomat, Mr. Johnson (1881-1950) spent 20 years in China during the early 20th century. It was there that he and his wife acquired highly important pieces of a type so seldom available to collectors today. The vase is estimated at $6,000-$8,000.

An elite selection of paintings is led by a Fu Bao Shi (Chinese, 1904-1965) ink-and-color work on paper. It is mounted and measures 12 x 8¾ inches (sight). Its owner acquired the work in New York in September 1982, and it comes to auction with a $10,000-$12,000 estimate. A second art highlight is a Zhao Shao Ang (Chinese, 1905-1998) album containing 10 paintings, each sized 14¾ x 11¾ inches. In fine condition, the album was purchased by the consignor’s father in the 1980s, directly from the artist’s family in Hong Kong. Estimate: $4,000-$5,000

Rivertown Antiques & Estate Services’ Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018 no-reserve auction will begin at 9 a.m. Eastern Time, with absentee and Internet live bidding through LiveAuctioneers. For additional information on any lot in the sale, please call 844-273-9740; email

Rafael Leite
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Pheronym Among a Select Group of Ag-bio Startups to Present in London on October 16

CEO & Founder, Dr. Kaplan, to Present Pheronym’s breakthrough nematode bio-remediation technology at the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit

Pheronym is developing a cutting-edge pheromone to control microscopic roundworms, called nematodes. Pheronym recently completed successful greenhouse trials.”

— Dr. Fatma Kaplan, CEO of Pheronym

DAVIS, CA, USA, October 12, 2018 / — Pheronym, an award-winning ag-biotech pest management company, today announced that Dr. Fatma Kaplan, CEO and Founder, will present at the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in London on Oct 16 at 12:15 GMT at the “Technology Showcase: Early Stage Technology Innovators Pitch Seven-Minute Snapshots of their Solutions.” A link to the conference agenda is here:

Pheronym recently secured two major grant awards from USDA Agriculture and Food Research Initiative and the Space Florida-Israel Innovation Partnership; totaling $800,000. Pheronym is developing a cutting-edge pheromone to control microscopic roundworms, called nematodes. Their unique approach has two major multi-billion-dollar market applications: 1) PheroCoat: For seed coating to repel plant parasitic nematodes from crop seeds/seedlings such as corn, cotton and soy. This product can be used in integrated pest management and enhance already existing bionematicides and 2) NemaStim: for making beneficial nematodes that kill pest insects work more efficiently.

Pheronym recently completed successful greenhouse trials using Nemastim with two commercial beneficial nematodes to increase their efficacy for controlling fruit and nut orchard pests such as pecan weevil. Current pecan weevil control uses toxic insecticides, the use of which is being increasingly restricted.

“Pecan growers we have talked with know they need new solutions,” said Dr. Pam Marrone, CEO & Founder of Marrone Bio Innovations and Advisor to Pheronym. “This is just one example where the biologicals can be beneficial to specialty crops both outdoors and indoors.”

Dr. Marrone will be joining Pheronym at the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit on Tuesday October 16th. Her company, Marrone Bio Innovations, is dedicated to pioneering smart biopesticide solutions that support a better tomorrow for both farmers, turf managers and consumers around the globe. For more information, please visit

About Pheronym:
Award-winning Pheronym is an ag-biotech pest management company that enables sustainable farming through its novel platform of nematode pheromones. Based in ALACHUA, Florida and DAVIS, California, the company uses a new pheromone to control plant-parasitic nematodes (microscopic roundworms) in an eco-friendly way and also enhances beneficial nematodes’ efficacy to eliminate pest insects. Learn more at

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Meet Rebecca Devany the new face of Liquid Expat Mortgages in Hong Kong

Meet Rebecca Devany the new face of Liquid Expat Mortgages in Hong Kong

Liquid Expat Mortgages has recently appointed Rebecca Devany as the Senior Mortgage Consultant covering Asia from a Hong Kong base.

OLDHAM, GREATER MANCHESTER , UNITED KINGDOM , October 12, 2018 / — In the ever growing and fluid world of Financial Services it’s important to have the right people in the right places to respond to customer needs on the ground.

Liquid Expat Mortgages has recently appointed Rebecca Devany as the Senior Mortgage Consultant covering Asia. Based in Hong Kong, Rebecca will look after the ever growing number of UK expats who are looking for the best options in UK mortgages whether that is a purchase or a remortgage.

Rebecca believes “Of course Hong Kong is extremely busy with expats, but what I am really excited by is the ever growing number of Chinese investors who are hungry for UK property in hotspots such as Manchester, Edinburgh, of course London, but also many more cities throughout the UK. Liquid Expat Mortgages has provided me with the perfect opportunity to use my experience and current skillset as a mortgage broker supported by a multi lingual team which offers tremendous all round support to our customers.”

Expat mortgages can be challenging so having a professional mortgage broker based in Hong Kong fully supported by a competent and experienced team back in the UK makes the entire process for any UK Expat looking for a mortgage so much easier all round. What’s more the team speaks Cantonese and Mandarin which helps with the increasing number of Chinese investors looking to the UK to increase their prosperity options.

Stuart Marshall, Managing Director at Liquid Expat Mortgages believes that “having an experienced and focused mortgage broker at the heart of such an important and vibrant Asian hub is very important as any UK Expat looking for competitive mortgages will benefit from direct contact with Rebecca.”

Rebecca Devany comes to Liquid having worked in Financial Services for the last eight years where she started as a CeMAP qualified mortgage adviser before swiftly moving up the ranks becoming an area manager in charge of a mortgage team. She was promoted to a London based Fintech brokerage managing a team of twelve and managing both brokers and case managers. Stuart Marshal believes Rebecca is a good fit for Liquid’s ever expanding customer and product base “Rebecca’s all round experience and grasp of a modern, leading edge mortgage market made her the right person for the role. Liquid Expat Mortgages already has the largest panel of UK lenders for expats and our ten years experience of providing mortgages to expats all over the world meant we believed the time was right to open our first office in Asia. There’s no reason we can’t replicate the success of our Middle East office in Dubai.”

Rebecca goes on to say that “Aside from being the no 1 broker for UK expat mortgages, Liquid Expat Mortgages’ mature partnership network with leading property developers offers unrivalled and exciting investment properties.” It is this opportunity to make her mark that appeals to her. “Property Investments coupled with access to the best finance from the largest range of UK Expat lenders makes my role really exciting!”.

Whether you are looking for your dream home mortgage, making your first buy to let property purchase, adding to your growing portfolio or simply remortgaging an existing property Liquid Expat Mortgages will help you find the right mortgage deal for you.

Contact details Rebecca Devany CeMAP Senior Mortgage Consultant – Asia
Rebecca Devany CeMAP 1201-5, 12/F China Resources Building No.26 Harbour Road Wanchai, Hong Kong
Direct Line: + 852 3965 9422
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SubscriberWise Sends $1K to Americares for $20K of Relief for Sisters and Brothers Suffering after Hurricane Michael

SubscriberWise supports fellow citizens impacted severely by Hurricane Michael

SubscriberWise supports fellow citizens impacted severely by Hurricane Michael

Americares CEO and President Michael J. Nyenhuis appreciates and thanks SubscriberWise for its support

Americares CEO and President Michael J. Nyenhuis appreciates and thanks SubscriberWise for its support

America’s consumer reporting agency for the communications industry joins Gulf Coast emergency disaster relief effort with cash donation for those in need

The children and adults who have been severely impacted by this incredibly powerful hurricane are experiencing human misery and suffering beyond imagination.”

— David Howe, SubscriberWise founder and USA Credit Czar

MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, October 12, 2018 / — SubscriberWise, the nation’s largest issuing CRA for the communications industry and the leading protector of children victimized by identity fraud, announced today a $1,000.00 cash donation to assist with urgently needed medicine, supplies, food, and other humanitarian aid for our fellow citizens suffering after devastating Hurricane Michael.

“The children and adults who have been severely impacted by this incredibly powerful hurricane are experiencing human misery and suffering beyond imagination,” stated David Howe, SubscriberWise founder and self-affirmed United States Credit Czar. “In the immediate term, they are in urgent need of the most basic items including water, food, shelter, clothing, and medicine. In the long term, they’ll need hope and determination.

“Simply put, they’ll need plenty of help and we are eager and willing to play a small part on their road to recovery.

“Of course, SubscriberWise carefully reviewed a number of reputable charitable organizations before choosing the one most suited for our cash donation,” continued Howe. “Americares made the cut because the agency has a proven track record of transparency and accountability with consistently strong financial ratings.

“Moreover — and most important to maximize the value of the donation — the charity has a track record of multiplying every dollar by delivering donated supplies to a trusted network of local providers.

“According to Americares, every $1 donated = $20 in aid. That’s truly profound,” Howe concluded.

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Global Ticket Market Grow at a CAGR of 6.58% during 2018-2022

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Ticket market analysis segmented by companies, region, type and applications in the report.

PUNE, INDIA, October 12, 2018 / — This report studies the Ticket Market 2018-2022 with many aspects of the industry like the market size, market status, market trends and forecast, the report also provides brief information of the competitors and the specific growth opportunities with key market drivers. Find the complete Ticket market analysis segmented by companies, region, type and applications in the report.

About Ticket
The sales of tickets for different types of entertainment events such as sports events, movies, concerts, and performing arts is growing.

Research analysts forecast the global Ticket market to grow at a CAGR of 6.58% during the period 2018-2022.

Covered in this report
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global ticket market. To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated from the sales of tickets.

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Ticket market continues to evolve and expand in terms of the number of companies, products, and applications that illustrates the growth perspectives. The report also covers the list of Product range and Applications with SWOT analysis, CAGR value, further adding the essential business analytics. Ticket market research analysis identifies the latest trends and primary factors responsible for market growth enabling the Organizations to flourish with much exposure to the markets.

The market is divided into the following segments based on geography:
• Americas

Global Ticket Market 2018-2022, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

Key vendors
• AMC Theatres
• Cinemark
• eBay
• Live Nation Entertainment
• TickPick

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The Ticket market research report completely covers the vital statistics of the capacity, production, value, cost/profit, supply/demand import/export, further divided by company and country, and by application/type for best possible updated data representation in the figures, tables, pie chart, and graphs. These data representations provide predictive data regarding the future estimations for convincing market growth. The detailed and comprehensive knowledge about our publishers makes us out of the box in case of market analysis.

Market driver
• Increasing popularity of mobile ticketing applications
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Market challenge
• Short lifespan of entertainment industry
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Market trend
• Analyzing consumer behaviour through mobile ticketing applications
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Kansas State Board of Education Members and Candidates Polled on Early Literacy Issues

It is great news that both board members and candidates recognize the importance of early literacy. We hope Kansans will find this information useful.”

— Andrew Hysell, Director of the Reading Roadmap

TOPEKA, KANSAS, UNITED STATES, October 12, 2018 / — The Kansas Reading Roadmap (KRR), serving as the statewide partner of the national Campaign for Grade Level Reading, a hub for peer exchange and technical assistance, announced today the responses of policy makers to a questionnaire on education issues.

The Early Literacy Roundtable, a collection of organizations committed to helping children in Kansas achieve grade-level reading, released on Wednesday the results of a questionnaire in which candidates for the State Board of Education responded to questions about early education. KRR is one of the members of the Early Literacy Roundtable, which was launched in February of 2018 and meets regularly to consider issues affecting early literacy.

All ten current members of the Kansas State Board of Education and any candidates for state board received the questionnaire. The Early Literacy Roundtable received an 88 percent response rate to the questionnaire from the candidates from State Board of Education districts 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9. These districts all have elections this November. Responses can be viewed at

Distributed on Sept. 24, the questionnaire focused on three priorities of the Roundtable: School Readiness, School Outcomes and Accountability, and Support for Children and Families. The Early Literacy Roundtable formulated the questionnaire to represent its members’ diverse interests in public education.

“It is great news that both board members and candidates recognize the importance of early literacy,” said Andrew Hysell, Director of the Kansas Reading Roadmap, an organization participating in the Roundtable. “We hope Kansans will find this information useful.”

Highlighting the results of the survey was:
• 83 percent support for funding of universal preschool
• Universal support of the continuation of both the Kansas Multi-Tier System of Supports and Alignment (MTSS) and the Kansas Can School Redesign Project
• 100 percent support of afterschool and summer programming for high-poverty school districts

One school administrator said he was pleased by the candidates’ support of afterschool programming.

“My hope is that all districts across Kansas will have the opportunity for a fully-funded program that makes a difference with proven results,” said Dr. Michael Argabright, Superintendent of Southern Lyon County School District.

The Early Literacy Roundtable works to ensure that children succeed in school and graduate on time by focusing on an important predictor of success – grade-level reading at the end of third grade.

Members of the Early Literacy Roundtable who co-signed the questionnaire include the following:
Kansas Department of Commerce
Kansas Enrichment Network
Kansas Health Foundation
Kansas Masonic Literacy Center
Kansas Reading Roadmap
Storytime Village
United Way of the Plains
Wichita Public Schools (USD 259)


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