Colchester, VT- November 6, 2007 MyWebGrocer has announced the hiring of Helen Everett Earling to start up the companys new Midwest office in Minneapolis, MN. Im very excited to add Helens considerable grocery industry experience to support our growing list of mid west customers, said MyWebLink Alec Newcomb. Helen has an amazing wealth of knowledge and experience, our Midwest clients couldnt have a better person looking over their accounts.Earling will be responsible for all Midwest-based consumer packaged goods accounts including our new partnership with Kelloggs. Earling joins MyWebGrocer after an extensive career in marketing and sales. She has held several senior sales positions with News America Marketing, Insignia Systems and most recently, BoxTop Media. She has played key roles in developing territories, growing sales and managing top accounts including Kraft Foods, Inc. General Mills and Hormel Foods. Helen is a great blend of industry knowledge and digital skills, said Newcomb. Shes also managed territories that passed $40 million a year in sales. The entire team is very excited to have her on board.Earling said, If youre in this industry, its been hard not to notice the impressive performance of MyWebGrocer, even though theyre not even a decade old. So, you could say Ive been an admirer from afar. Now, I cant wait to help MyWebGrocer reach the next stage.About MyWebGrocer: MyWebGrocer has been helping grocery retailers find profit in the online shopping world since 1999. Based in Colchester, Vermont, MyWebGrocer is the industry leader in providing Internet marketing solutions to grocery chains such as Lowes, ShopRite, Brookshire Grocery Co. and King Kullen. We Make Online Shopping Work is the companys slogan. Founded by Rich Tarrant, MyWebGrocer institutes e-commerce programs, provides web site design, customization and hosting, creates e-mail campaigns, and furnishes online circulars and recipes for more than 75 grocery chains. For more information please visit http://www.mywebgrocer.com(link is external).
For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Doha: Indian track and field legend P T Usha was on Wednesday presented the Veteran Pin by the world athletics governing body, in recognition of her contribution to the growth of sport. IAAF chief Sebastian Coe presented her the Veteran Pin during the 52nd IAAF Congress here. She was one of three persons from Asia to receive the honour. “Expressing my deep gratitude towards @iaaforg and President @sebcoe for awarding me the Veteran Pin at the 52nd IAAF conference in Doha. I look forward to continually contributing to the growth of athletics in our country!,” tweeted the 55-year-old who is known as ‘Payyoli Express’. Usha is one of the greatest sprinters to have come out of India, often called the “queen of track and field”. She won five gold medals — 100m, 200m, 400m, 400m hurdles and the 4x400m relay — besides a bronze at the 1986 Asian Games in Seoul. Her most memorable performance came in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics where she became the first Indian to reach the finals of the 400m hurdles, but lost the bronze by one-hundredth of a second.Also Read | Beti Bachao: From PT Usha to PV Sindhu, 10 Indian Daughters who scaled lofty heights in Sports fieldBritain’s Sebastian Coe was re-elected unopposed as president of the IAAF for a second term. Coe, 62, the former Olympic and world champion middle-distance runner, was named head of the governing body of world athletics in 2015 and receives his second mandate just two days before the World Athletics Championships opens in Doha on Friday. Coe, who took over the reins during a period of turmoil in world athletics, was re-elected by unanimous vote of the 203 delegates attending the International Association of Athletics Federations’ Congress in Doha.Also Read | Hima Das Ruled Out Of Athletics World Championship Due To Back InjuryFour years ago the IAAF was in chaos as a result of far reaching corruption allegations including damaging charges of links between outgoing president Lamine Diack, his influential son Papa Massata Diack, and a Russian cover-up of a state-sponsored doping conspiracy. During his first term, Coe set up the independent Athletics Integrity Unit which serves as anti-doping watchdog dedicated to cleaning up corruption in the sport. Coe is notably credited with tackling the issue of state-sponsored Russian doping, with the IAAF maintaining a tough stance and banning Russia from competing since November 2015.
Gamer Training Camp has expanded its 2017 Dota 2 training camps by adding League of Legends to its 2018 lineup.The week-long training camp is open to both individuals and teams looking to improve their power on the rift. The company held a successful Dota 2 camp in 2017 leading to a subsequent 2018 Dota 2 camp this May with the company claiming nearly half of attendees re-signed for this year’s training camp.The league camp boasts a strong list of League coaches with former LCS World Champion, Cyanide taking on the Head Coach role support by, Wickd, Dragane, FluMsTeR and CmodeDaniel while former Fnatic coach, NicoThePico is on standby to join the coaching staff in June as he remains a free agent LoL coach for the summer split.Wagamama, Gamer Training Camp Co-FounderGamer Training Camp, Co-Founder, Wagamama had this to say to Esports Insider: “The idea is to create a camp for anyone who truly wants to focus on improving and give them a chance to get the best coaching possible, no matter what skill level they are or what their aspirations are. It’s an opportunity for people to share their passion in a relaxed and encouraging atmosphere”The camp will be held in Alvesta, Sweden, with the venue offering 1,000Mbps internet speeds with optional PC hire for those travelling long distances along with the option to arrive a night earlier. Training camp attendees are able to bring family and friends at a reduced rate with the site offering train routes to Stockholm or Copenhagen. Tickets for the event, which takes place between June 3rd – 9th are available from the companies site.Esports Insider says: Giving teams and solo players a chance to get better and live out a dream of becoming a pro is a great idea, with the coaching talent on offer camp attendees are sure to leave with a higher MMR than when they arrived.