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Waters True Value donates $4,000 with the help of social media - News - Dodge City Daily Globe - Dodge City, KS : Waters True Value utilized Facebook to bring awareness about relief efforts to the community. Waters’ encouraged their Facebook friends to share a “Pray for Oklahoma” status with a promise of donating one dollar to the disaster relief efforts for each share.

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Pilcher presented roundtable BYOA sessions at the Transformative Learning Conference in Oklahoma City, Okla., Bring Your Own App - Digital Flexibility Is Being Exercised - The NonProfit TimesThe NonProfit Times : "The request led her to crowdsourcing apps at national conferences. this past March and then again at the Association of Nurses in Professional Development’s (ANPD) Aspire to Excel conference in Las Vegas, Nev., in July.

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Carl Magee invented the parking meter when back in 1932 the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce asked Magee to solve problems caused by all-day parkers in the downtown business district. Great ideas for your business can come at anytime from anyone on your team. So, as a leader, be sure you dig deep for ideas, and provide an easy way for all employees to make suggestions. Did you know that the idea for the microwave oven came to the inventor, Percy L.

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Eric Jacobson

Carl Magee invented the parking meter when back in 1932 the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce asked Magee to solve problems caused by all-day parkers in the downtown business district. Great ideas for your business can come at anytime from anyone on your team. So, as a leader, be sure you dig deep for ideas, and provide an easy way for all employees to make suggestions. Did you know that the idea for the microwave oven came to the inventor, Percy L.

The Most Generous Online Giving Cities in the U.S.

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For many years now Blackbaud has published data on the most generous online giving cities in the United States. In 2013, donors in the 265 cities raised more than $822 million online—a whopping 61% increase from 2012. Most Generous Cities by Region: From a regional perspective, the West has the most cities in the top 25 with 8. Census map) with the most cities in the top 25 are: West – 8. Most Generous Cities of 2013 Ranked: City. Salt Lake City.

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How to Clear Critical Data From Your Cell Phone Before You Get Rid of It

Tech Soup Blog

The Pace Butler Cell Phone Data Erase Tool is operated by the Oklahoma City based mobile phone recycling company Pace Butler. In the U.S., we get new cell phones on average every 18 months. One of biggest risks we face is the critical data stored in our old phones that we get rid of. The good news is that it’s pretty easy to do a hard reset and clear mobile phones of personal information. Used and Re-Used.

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Why Are Charity Mobile Phone Donation Programs Going Extinct?

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The Oklahoma City based cell phone recycling company, Pace Butler has experimented with multiple phone donation for charity programs over the years. Not that long ago, there were dozens of charity mobile phone donation programs vying for attention. When I went looking for them recently, I found that many had disappeared. What happened to them? Here’s what we found out. Why Phone Recycling Matters. In the world of electronics recycling, mobile phones are a problem.

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Welcome Ideas At Any Time From Anyone

Eric Jacobson

What youll read is primarily based on what Ive learned from a variety of mentors, co-workers and supervisors over the past 30 years. -- Eric Jacobson -- formerly a Senior Vice President at Penton Media in Overland Park, Kansas (Kansas City, MO). Carl Magee invented the parking meter when back in 1932 the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce asked Magee to solve problems caused by all-day parkers in the downtown business district.