News Article | May 24, 2017
"We're picking up the tolls for these families to celebrate summer and to thank them for their support all year long, said Chickie's & Pete's founder and CEO, Pete Ciarrocchi. "Everyone gets a 'Crabfries Pass' – so the tolls are on us!" The Free Tolls between 5pm and 6pm at Egg Harbor are only part of the Chickie's & Pete's Free Toll Friday fun according to Pete Ciarrocchi. "We want all travelers to join us at the Farley Plaza. The Crabfries Express will be on hand with free Crabfries and Herr's will have free samples of Chickie's & Pete's Crabfries Potato Chips. There will be lot of entertainment including radio personalities and more. We also partnered with the Veterans Multi-Service Center of Philadelphia who will bring in their Touch-A-Truck exhibit." The Touch-A-Truck exhibit allows children the opportunity to experience military vehicles and fire trucks up close. The Coca-Cola Monster Truck, Fire Trucks from the Atlantic City Fire Department as well as EMT and Rescue Vehicles will also be on hand. There will also be Magic and Ventriloquism, face painting and free samples of Hershey's Ice Cream. Chickie's & Pete's has always been very involved with Veterans groups. To say "thank-you" to the Veterans Multi-Service Center, which does a great deal of work with homeless Vets, Chickie's & Pete's will donate $1,000.00 to the Center. "It's important that we remember what Memorial Day Weekend is all about; honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military." Chickie's & Pete's is also celebrating their 2nd annual "Summer of Shellfish." The Summer of Shellfish features a special menu with a different shellfish offering each day this summer at eleven of their locations across the Delaware Valley and the Jersey Shore, now through early September. For a complete list of events, visit Chickiesandpetes.com for details. About Chickie's & Pete's: Chickie's & Pete's is a Philadelphia-area crab house and sports bar with 16 locations across Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Founded in 1977 Chickie's & Pete's started as a single location in Philadelphia and has since grown to become one of the most recognizable brands in the region. They have been recognized by ESPN as being the top sports bar in North America. Chickie's famous, one-of-a-kind Crabfries® can also be found at concession locations in stadiums, arenas, boardwalks and amusement parks throughout the country. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/chickies--petes-celebrates-free-toll-friday-300463152.html
News Article | May 23, 2017
SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--TP Therapeutics, Inc., a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focusing on addressing oncology drug resistance, announced today that the company raised $45 million in a Series C financing round. The round was co-led by Lilly Asia Ventures (LAV), OrbiMed Advisors, LLC, and S.R. One, Limited, and joined by existing investors Cormorant Asset Management and SV Tech Ventures. In conjunction with the financing, Carl L. Gordon, Ph.D., CFA, General Partner at OrbiMed, Hongbo Lu, Ph.D., Partner at LAV, and Simeon J. George, M.D., Partner at S.R. One, joined the company's Board of Directors. Proceeds from the financing will be used to fund the continued development of the company's lead program, TPX-0005, for treatment of naïve and resistant patients with ALK, ROS1 or NTRK abnormal genes. The proceeds will also be used to fund the advancement of several pre-clinical pipeline projects. "We believe TPX-0005 has the potential to comprehensively address the drug resistance issues associated with acquired resistance mutations from targeting the ALK, ROS1, and NTRK family, and the bypass and EMT mechanisms. With bypass and EMT as common resistance mechanisms in targeted therapies, TPX-0005 has the potential to address drug resistance observed in other therapeutic targets, such as EGFR, via combination therapies,” said Dr. J. Jean Cui, founder and Chief Scientific Officer. "We are very delighted to work with OrbiMed, LAV, and S.R. One in building TP Therapeutics going forward, and to have Carl, Hongbo, and Simeon join the Board of Directors," added Dr. Y. Peter Li, Chairman, President and CEO of TP Therapeutics. "We are pleased to partner with TP Therapeutics and support their important work in creating new drugs and new hope for the numerous patients whose cancers have become resistant to initial protein kinase inhibitor drugs," commented Dr. Carl Gordon, OrbiMed. “We are privileged to have an opportunity to syndicate such an exceptional investor group for this round of financing. We look forward to supporting the TP Therapeutics scientists and management team to bring new therapies to cancer patients around the world,” remarked Dr. Hongbo Lu, LAV. TP Therapeutics, Inc. (TP) is a clinical-stage structure-based drug design company founded in October 2013 by Dr. J. Jean Cui, the lead inventor of Pfizer’s oncology drug crizotinib. TP Team is focusing on the design and development of novel chemical identities for established oncogene drivers with high incidence of secondary resistant mutations, newly identified disease-driven targets, and potential targets regulating tumor microenvironment and tumor immunity. TP’s leading project TPX-0005 is in clinical development (TRIDENT-1, NCT03093116). OrbiMed is a leading investment firm dedicated exclusively to the healthcare sector, with over US $13 billion in assets under management. OrbiMed invests globally across the spectrum of healthcare companies, from venture capital start-ups to large multinational companies. OrbiMed's team of more than 90 employees manages a series of private equity funds, public equity funds, royalty/debt funds and other investment vehicles. OrbiMed maintains its headquarters in New York City, with additional offices in San Francisco, Mumbai, Shanghai, and Herzliya. Lilly Asia Ventures (LAV), founded in 2008 and headquartered in Shanghai, is a life sciences and healthcare sector focused investment firm, focusing predominantly on biopharmaceutical, med tech and diagnostics investments in Asia, particularly in China. As a leading biomedical venture fund, LAV provides capital, industry expertise, and global resources to its portfolio companies to accelerate their growth. S.R. One, Limited is the corporate venture capital arm of GlaxoSmithKline. The firm invests globally in emerging life science companies that are pursuing innovative science which will significantly impact medical care. We have a team of investment professionals, located in the US and UK. As a Team, our experience spans basic science, industry and the market. We take an active role in our portfolio companies and work with management teams and our fellow venture investors to create significant value. Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2015, S.R. One has invested $1B in more than 170 companies, and its current portfolio includes ~45 private and public companies.
News Article | May 24, 2017
Ben Jen, A serial entrepreneur with 15 years of experience takes on Axilogy as his next big project -- AXILOGY CONSULTING CORP HIRES BUSINESS PRODIGY BEN JEN AS CHIEF STRATEGY OFFICERAxilogy Consulting Corp. is pleased to announce its recent hire of Ben, who will join the Axilogy team as a Chief Strategy Officer working locally from Boston,MA. Within these roles, Ben will assist in Axilogy business expansion infrastructure, as well as work on the development of Axilogy's future programs."It was a brilliant idea that I saw helping several students while maintaining a high profit" said. "I knew my experience could help increase the scope of the company, which was already changing the lives of many students."Ben comes to Axilogy with 15 years of experience in Business management and leadership. Most recently, Ben worked as a CEO at Wireless MetroBroadband. There, he led the growth of the company and serviced hundreds of clients nationally. Ben's background of purchasing and flipping companies and his background interest in medicine to make an easy transition into his current position with Axilogy."I intend to apply my knowledge into created a solid foundation for this company, establishing seed funding, and expanding the company to all test prep, early education courses, and patient advocacy programs," he said.In addition to his prior business experience, Ben has extensive experience with the medical field while doing his premed and EMT training. Before working for Axilogy, Ben served a C-level position for multiple companies. While working at this position, Ben met on a daily basis with new start ups to help establish and create profitable ideas that work.Ben combines his recent experience in business management and consulting with past experience in a number of other areas to take on Axilogy's expansion. From evaluating hundreds of companies for partnership, Ben believes he can make Axilogy into a highly profitable and helpful education business.For more information, please contact Amareen Dhaliwal at 425-280-0574, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Axilogy website at www.axilogy.com.Axilogy is an innovative education company working on preparing students for exams through daily coaching and creating accredited courses for early exposure. Recognized for its work in charitable projects such as its education initiative for homeless teens, Axilogy has made an impact with its current time in business. Axilogy has developed some of the highest-scoring test takers and educations students with courses that have never existed prior the Axilogy's establishment.Visit http://www.axilogy.com for information
News Article | May 24, 2017
Direct-selling company Thirty-One Gifts is providing a way to recognize heroes with a new HERO personalization option. The new design includes the word “HERO” with an emblem representing military, police, fire, EMT and everyday heroes, as well as new personalization featuring American and Canadian flags. Thirty-One Gifts is one of the world’s largest direct-selling companies, and offers purses, wallets, totes, home organization solutions and décor, thermal bags, jewelry and more. The new HERO personalization is available on most of their products, including pillows. The personalization was released this month. May is Military Appreciation Month and includes Memorial Day as well as International Firefighters Day and National Police Week. The American flag embroidery comes in time for Independence Day as well. All emblems may be used individually or with the HERO personalization. Thirty-One has published a video, posted at You Tube, celebrating heroes entitled “Who’s Your Hero?” It is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBjua00mV6Q. The video includes a definition of the word hero as “a person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities.” It features children and adults celebrating their personal heroes – a teacher, firefighter, father and mother, military and coach. The company is encouraging use of the hashtag #CelebrateHeroes as part of its hero campaign, and is encouraging people to recognize their everyday heroes and share on social media. They’ve set an example by delivering totes full of treats to all 58 police and fire station in Columbus, Ohio, where they are headquartered. Thirty-One is dedicated to celebrating and supporting families. In addition to the HERO recognition, every product purchased from Thirty-One goes toward supporting nonprofit organizations through the company’s philanthropic initiative, Thirty-One Gives. This year, Thirty-One Gives will donate approximately 5% of net total sales in product and cash to support nonprofit partner organizations with a shared mission to support girls, women and families. To-date they’ve donated more than $100 million in product and cash to nonprofit organizations that share their mission. Thirty-One products are sold by independent sales consultants throughout the U.S. and Canada. Information about finding a consultant, as well as a current catalog, can be found at their website: http://www.mythirtyone.com. About Thirty-One Gifts Thirty-One is a family of individuals who share a passion for empowering women, and who are committed to celebrating, encouraging and rewarding others for who they are. The name Thirty-One Gifts comes from Proverbs 31, of the Bible, which describes the attributes and the importance of a “virtuous woman.” With a mission to help women by giving them the opportunity to own their own businesses, Thirty-One provides all the tools and support necessary to find success and possibly build a new career. Cindy Monroe started Thirty-One in her basement in 2003. From those humble beginnings they’ve grown to include more than 1,000 employees and nearly 72,000 independent sales Consultants across the U.S. and Canada – many of whom are reaching their dreams through this opportunity.
News Article | May 15, 2017
California Casualty will be giving one lucky first responder the chance to “choose their tools” in the latest Work Hard/Play Hard Sweepstakes. The grand prize is an ultimate package of up to $5,000 worth of DeWALT®* guaranteed tough tools. The winner will choose from an impressive catalogue that includes: generators, compressors, tool storage units, and all the power saws, wrenches, drills, and accessories anyone could ever need or use. The $5,000 Work Hard/Play Hard drawing is open to peace officers, EMTs and firefighters; American heroes who work hard and risk their lives daily. Entries are being taken now through November 13, 2017 at http://www.policefiregiveaway.com. “We know the pressure and stress first responders face every day,” said California Casualty Sr. Vice President Mike McCormick. “This is our chance to show our appreciation and provide a useful and fun way to say thanks.” The most recent Work Hard/Play Hard contest recipient was California firefighter Ken H., who opted for the cash instead of his choice of DeWALT® tools in November 2016. The prize made a big difference for Ken, who applied the money towards college tuition for his two sons. “I go to work each day knowing that I can make a difference in someone’s life, even in some of their worst moments,” Ken said at the time. Forget having to borrow tools again, enter the California Casualty “Choose Your Tools” Sweepstakes. The entry form and rules can be found at http://www.policefiregiveaway.com. The deadline to enter is November 13, 2017, with a winner announced in December. First responders can learn more about California Casualty and how it appreciates all they do at https://mycalcas.com. Entrants must be a currently employed/volunteer or retired Peace Officer, Firefighter, or be an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Entrants must be 18 as of May 15, 2017 and a resident of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia. Residents of AK, HI, MA, MI, NC, NY, RI and WI are NOT eligible. In the following states, a resident must be a member of the associated group to be eligible: AZ, CA, CO, KS, KY, IN, IL, IA, LA, MA, MD, MO, NE, OH, OR, TX, WA and UT. Headquartered in San Mateo, California with Service Centers in Arizona, Colorado and Kansas, California Casualty provides auto and home insurance to educators, firefighters, law enforcement and nurses across the country. Founded in 1914, California Casualty has been led by four generations of the Brown family. To learn more about California Casualty, or to request an auto insurance quote, please visit http://www.calcas.com or call 1.800.800.9410. *DeWALT® is a registered trademark of Stanley Black & Decker. All rights reserved. DeWALT® and its parent companies are not participating partners in or sponsors of this contest.
News Article | May 11, 2017
The low oxygen concentrations that prevail in many tumors enhance their propensity to metastasize to other tissues. Researchers at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich led by Professor Heiko Hermeking have now uncovered the molecular mechanism that links the two phenomena. Many actively growing tumors are poorly supplied with blood, which limits the concentration of oxygen available within the tumor, a condition known as hypoxia. Tumor hypoxia has several significant consequences: The relative lack of oxygen partly accounts for the fact that such solid tumors are comparatively resistant to radiation and chemotherapy, and it also promotes the formation of satellite tumors in other tissues. Now researchers led by LMU professor Heiko Hermeking have dissected the mechanisms responsible for the association between tumor hypoxia and metastasis. Their results reveal how hypoxia leads to inhibition of the synthesis of a short RNA molecule that normally suppresses tumorigenesis. The new findings appear in the journal Gastroenterology. Cancers can only develop if the biochemical circuits that control cell proliferation and behavior are inactivated. These safe-guarding mechanisms are mediated by so-called tumor-suppressor proteins, one of which is known as p53. The gene encoding p53 is inactivated in more than half of all tumors. In previous studies Hermeking had shown that p53 induces the transcription of a short RNA - referred to as microRNA-34a (miR-34a) - which plays a central role in tumor suppression. "We observed that, in patients with colon carcinomas, the gene for miR-34a is very frequently inactivated in metastasizing tumors, which are often characterized by relative oxygen deficiency," Hermeking says. He and his colleagues have now shown that, in tumor cells in which the p53 function is compromised, complete loss of miR-34a expression is a direct consequence of hypoxia. In response to low oxygen levels, the tumor cells trigger the synthesis of hypoxia-inducible factor 1a (HIF1a), a protein that directly represses the transcription of miR-34a. Furthermore, this down-regulation of the microRNA is a prerequisite for hypoxia-induced epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT). In this process, HIF1a activates a genetic program that results in the transformation of non-invasive cells (which grow in a regulated fashion in epithelial sheets) into invasive, migratory cells that can seed new tumors elsewhere. EMTs play important roles in embryonic development and organogenesis, as well as in wound healing, but must be tightly regulated. Among the proteins involved in orchestrating the EMT is PPP1R11. Hermeking's team found that especially high levels of this protein are synthesized in the cells that form the leading edge of an invasive tumor - where the oxygen concentration is expected to be particularly low. In normal cells, on the other hand, the production of PPP1R11 is repressed directly by miR-34a and thus indirectly by the tumor suppressor p53. This ensures that cells divide in a coordinated manner and prevents formation of metastases. "The regulatory antagonism is presumably the reason why metastasizing tumor cells are selected for loss of the p53 gene, which is required for the expression of miR-34a," Hermeking explains. The new findings also have therapeutic implications, for they suggest that metastasizing colon tumors could perhaps be treated with drugs that inhibit the functions of proteins that promote the EMT. Such inhibitors would also be expected to permit reactivation of the expression of miR-34a. "In fact, molecules that act as functional substitutes for miR-34a are now being tested in clinical trials," says Hermeking. This miRNA is of particular interest as a drug target, because it is involved in the control of many regulatory processes. For instance, reintroduction of miR-34a into tumor cells also activates the patient's immune system to attack the tumor. Hermeking's results suggest that hypoxic tumors might be especially susceptible to this approach.
News Article | May 14, 2017
On December 8, 2015, Engine Company 28 (West Lanham Hills) responded to a working house fire in Hyattsville, Maryland and the all-volunteer crew of five personnel proceeded to extinguish the fire within a few short minutes of arrival. Also on the scene of the incident was a three-person crew of paid firefighters (Prince George’s County employees) from a nearby station. The two female members from that engine company alleged that they were prevented from entering the house and further claimed that the two male volunteers from Engine Company 28 pushed and fought with them while the other volunteers were finishing the extinguishment of the fire. However, these allegations proved to be untrue, said Scott Vazquez, President of the West Lanham Hills Volunteer Fire Department. The State’s Attorney for Prince George’s County issued a statement in December of 2016, announcing the charges against the two volunteers: then-Assistant Fire Chief Jeffrey Miller and Firefighter/EMT Christopher Kelly. That statement and other media reports attempted to highlight the fact that the allegations were not only by career (paid) firefighters against volunteer (unpaid) firefighters, but also the male / female aspect of the accusations. Brian R. Bregman, the attorney for the West Lanham Hills Volunteer Fire Department, which is one of only a small few 100% all-volunteer fire stations in Prince George’s County, commented “We feel that the public statements, made by Prince George’s State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks immediately after her office filed the charges in this case, were unfair, premature, and designed for maximum political impact. I will not repeat them because they should not have been made in the first place or before our system of justice was finished.” President Vazquez also noted that, “Then-County Fire Chief Marc S. Bashoor made public comments after this incident first occurred, insinuating that Company 28 and its volunteers were somehow responsible, which again proved to be wrong after a jury of twelve citizens of this County were finally able to hear all of the evidence.” Mr. Bregman, who represented Kelly at the 5-day trial in Upper Marlboro, said, “The exoneration of these fine volunteer members is a reminder that accusations should never be reported as fact or certainty. These men never committed any crimes whatsoever. They merely did their jobs and did them well, putting the fire out and protecting lives and property. The complainants eagerly leapt at the chance to ‘cry wolf’ for political, financial, and other ulterior motives. It was further aggravated when the government chose to side with the career personnel in this situation, perhaps because of the male-female undertones that they saw an opportunity to create, and despite an unbelievable amount of evidence showing that these members were innocent—evidence that even included videos and photographs.” There were other egregious violations of the members’ rights, Mr. Bregman said, including their right to a speedy trial because the State’s Attorney’s Office took nearly a year just to present the charges even when they failed to conduct an investigation. He also reported that the claims and allegations were all but completely discredited and exposed during the trial. Prince George’s County, Maryland has the largest combination volunteer and career fire department in the United States of America. “It also has the strongest, most experienced, and most dedicated volunteer professionals of any combination department, anywhere,” President Vazquez stated. Mr. Bregman, on behalf of the volunteer station, made the following remarks: “Volunteer public safety workers such as firefighters, EMTs, and paramedics generally expect certain hazards when they serve and protect the public. These men and women are exposed to harsh and dangerous conditions. They have a surprisingly high rate of heart attacks, high blood pressure, and even cancer as compared with other occupations. However, never do they imagine that politics and personal agendas would be allowed to put their freedoms and families at risk. These two gentlemen can now return to their personal lives and full-time careers with some semblance of normalcy. I just hope that, after this ordeal, we have not lost them as ‘volunteer professionals’ in our community.” At trial, Volunteer Firefighter/EMT Christopher Kelly was represented by Attorney Brian R. Bregman of Laurel, Maryland, and Volunteer Assistant Fire Chief Jeffrey Miller was represented by Ann E. Koshy and Patrick J. McAndrew of Greenbelt, Maryland. The case was heard in the Circuit Court for Prince George's County, Maryland, Case Nos. CT161455A (Miller) and CT161455B (Kelly).
News Article | May 13, 2017
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News Article | May 12, 2017
MORRISTOWN, NJ, May 12, 2017-- Attorney Scott G. Leonard of Leonard Legal Group has once again been named a New Jersey Super Lawyer. This is Leonard's tenth consecutive year on the list.Leonard began practicing law in 1996. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of South Florida and then made his way up north to attend law school at Widener University School of Law in Delaware. Since then, he has served personal injury victims throughout New Jersey, taking a personal interest in providing the best possible outcome for each injured victim and their family.Attorney Leonard is Board Certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a civil trial attorney, a designation achieved by less than two percent of all New Jersey attorneys. In addition to consistently appearing on the New Jersey Super Lawyers list, he was also named in The National Trial Lawyers' Top 100 Trial Lawyers from 2013-2017. Leonard previously served as President of the New Jersey Association for Justice, the foremost trial lawyer organization dedicated to protecting the rights of accident victims and preserving the concept of justice for all. In his spare time he serves as a volunteer EMT. Leonard is also a frequent lecturer and moderator on various legal topics and issues and recently co-chaired the Ethics program at the New Jersey Association for Justice Boardwalk Seminar.Super Lawyers is a rating service created to establish a prestigious network of outstanding lawyers in more than 70 practice areas. Selected attorneys have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement, and are selected based on independent research by the board, and peer nominations and evaluations. For more information about Super Lawyers, visit SuperLawyers.com About Leonard Legal Group: Prominent New Jersey personal injury attorneys Scott G. Leonard and Sean Connelly handle all types of personal injury matters, including accidents, wrongful death, nursing home negligence, birth injuries and workplace accidents. They are dedicated to recovering the justice and compensation victims deserve. Their reputation for staunch advocacy and compassionate guidance was built over more than two decades. Learn more by calling 973-984-1414 or at LeonardLawyers.com
News Article | May 10, 2017
After graduating high school, Robbie enlisted in the United States Marines through the delayed entry program. Just four days after graduating high school, he entered the Active Duty Marine Corps and later spent most of his Marine career in Okinawa, Japan. Robbie left active duty in 2000 to pursue a civilian career as an EMT. However he missed military life and enlisted in the North Carolina Army National Guard in 2001. After the events of September 11, Robbie went to Iraq where he served as a Specialist in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Although he made it home alive, he has suffered along the way. Today, Robbie deals with hearing loss, problems with large crowds and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The new home in Denver, North Carolina, about 25 miles north of Charlotte, is a collaborative effort by Hearts & Hammers, Charlotte Bridge Homes, The Patriot Military Family Foundation and Purple Heart Homes, part of the 555 Charity, an initiative to build five new homes for service connected disabled veterans in the town of about 13,000. This marks the second 555 Charity home for which Allura has donated its fiber cement building products. "Our veterans need a home to call their own," says Tony Ellis, vice president of sales and marketing for Allura. "We take pride in every one of builder partner installations, but this one certainly has special meaning." With 75 years of experience, Allura's natural-looking, weather-resistant fiber cement products include the industry's only fiber cement decking product. Specially formulated to withstand any type of climate, fiber cement products by Allura with their realistic wood grain won't crack, warp or splinter and effectively resist fire, water and fungus. To learn more about Allura's fiber cement products, go to www.AlluraUSA.com. Also, follow Allura at www.facebook.com/allurausa and on Twitter @AlluraUSA. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/allura-donates-fiber-cement-siding-trim-and-soffit-for-service-disabled-veterans-new-home-300454981.html