News Article | June 13, 2017
GreenTree Inn, the world's 14th largest hotel brand globally, and SkyTouch Technology, a premier hotel property management system (PMS) provider, announce the success of an agreement to utilize SkyTouch Hotel OS® at GreenTree Inn hotels in the U.S. “Since moving to SkyTouch, our General Managers have reduced the amount of time previously spent managing systems, which has allowed them to spend more time with staff and with guests,” shared Chris Petroff, Co-Managing Director of GreenTree Hospitality Group. “One of the deciding factors for GreenTree to make the move to SkyTouch was driven by our mutual entrepreneurial organizational style. SkyTouch thinks outside of the box and has been open to creating custom reports, and other tailored product features/functions to meet GreenTree’s needs.” Petroff continued “SkyTouch has been working with GreenTree to build a solution that will allow its General Managers to run their properties efficiently, and free them up from distractions.” “The first GreenTree Inn opened its doors in Shanghai, China in 2004. Today the company operates over 2,600 hotels throughout the world. GreenTree Inn launched its first U.S. property in 2015 and has plans to grow its’ footprint in the United States through franchising its brand,” stated Petroff. “SkyTouch has a crucial role in our growth,” Petroff continued. “The SkyTouch team is excited to count GreenTree Hospitality as a partner and provide added value to their hotels,” said Todd Davis, SkyTouch CEO. “As GreenTree continues to expand in the U.S., SkyTouch Technology solutions will help them elevate operations while delivering compelling ROI for their hotel properties.” Installed in over 7,000 hotels comprising more than half a million rooms, SkyTouch Technology is the provider of the most widely used cloud-based property management system, designed to help hotel companies meet their most important strategic objectives: to enhance the guest experience, advance performance, and achieve growth while evolving with changing market needs. Accessible from anywhere, the SkyTouch PMS provides visibility and control of operations through real-time, impactful business analytics that help improve hotel guest experience, operational decision-making, and financial results for today’s hotelier. SkyTouch provides an integrated approach to online hotel reservations that fits any size property – from one room to 1,000 or more. For more information about SkyTouch Technology, visit http://www.skytouchtechnology.com. SkyTouch, SkyTouch Technology, and SkyTouch Hotel OS are proprietary trademarks and service marks of SkyTouch Solutions, LLC. GreenTree Hospitality Group, Inc. is a leading hotel owner, operator and franchisor with over 2600 hotels worldwide. As the 14th largest hotel brand globally, its GreenTree Inn hotels are trusted by corporate and leisure travelers seeking a quality product that boasts of consistent guest rooms and public areas. GreenTree Inn is a growing select-service hotel brand and prides itself on delivering an affordable lodging experience to its guests. Learn more about GreenTree Inn and GreenTree Hospitality Group by visiting us at http://www.greentreeinn.com or contact us at info(at)greentreeinn(dot)com.
News Article | November 3, 2016
ORLANDO, Florida, November 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- VIVA Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTC MARKETS: OTTV), a global entertainment and technology company connecting content owners and video distributors to deliver premium content on any smart device, is pleased to announce it has received...
Chemical Engineering Progress | Year: 2015
Accurate temperature measurements provided by temperature probes are necessary for process control and process validation. A temperature probe consists of a temperature-sensing element protected by a cylindrical shell. The probe can be installed within a plug that thermally insulates it from the vessel or piping wall as shown, or directly in the wall. Differences between the actual fluid temperature and the indicated probe temperature can occur when heat is conducted along the probe and out to the environment or to the vessel or piping wall. Probes with larger length-to-diameter ratios experience less stem conduction than probes with smaller L/D ratios. For a probe installed in an insulated plug where heat loss to the environment is the cause of the temperature error insulating the external probe components from the environment helps to reduce error. Special probes with nonmetallic inserts can greatly reduce the effective thermal conductivity of the probe virtually eliminating the error. Temperature probes without thermowells are more slender than those with thermowells, so they experience less stem conduction.
Exterior ornaments for automobiles; insignia for vehicles; license plate frames; license plate holders; Printed vinyl and plastic window gels and clings for affixing to automobile windows; notepads with pens for automobiles; upholstery for vehicles; vehicle parts, namely, sun visors; sun blinds adapted for automobiles.
Glass, ceramic and earthenware goods, namely, coffee mugs, mugs, bottles, bowls, plates, coffee cups, and cups; Beverage glassware, namely, bottles, mugs and drinking glasses; Demitasse sets consisting cups and saucers; sugar and creamer sets consisting of pitchers and small pots with lids; cookie jars; ceramic, glass and china figurines; plastic buckets; cake molds; plastic coasters; cookie cutters; plastic water bottles sold empty; drinking flasks; combs and hair brushes; and dinnerware, namely, paper plates and paper cups.
Motion picture films featuring comedy, drama, action, adventure and/or animation, and motion picture films for broadcast on television featuring comedy, drama, action, adventure and/or animation; audio video discs and digital versatile discs featuring comedy, drama, action, adventure, and/or animation; Stereo headphones; CD ROM computer games discs; short motion picture film cassettes featuring comedy, drama, action, adventure and/or animation to be used with hand-held viewers or projectors; mouse pads; eyeglasses, sunglasses and cases therefor; video and computer game programs; video game cartridges and cassettes; computer and video game programs which are designed for hardware platforms, namely, game consoles and personal computers; CD-ROM computer game discs and computer programs, namely, software linking digitized video and audio media to a global computer information network, cellular telephone accessories, namely, hands-free accessories, cellular telephone covers and cellular telephone face covers; encoded magnetic cards, namely, phone cards, credit cards, cash cards, debit cards and magnetic key cards; and decorative magnets; video game downloads, cell phone applications, cell phone and computer screen background/wallpaper downloads.
Gabor P.,Greentree |
Jombach S.,Corvinus University of Budapest
Applied Ecology and Environmental Research | Year: 2010
The aim of our investigation was to study in detail the relationship between the spatial structure of the urban green surface and land surface temperatures. The research was carried out to support the elaboration of the Environmental Action Programme of Budapest (Hungary) focusing on city planning as well. The ultimate goal was the utilization of the findings to provide planning guidance for the city, on how vegetation could contribute to the mitigation of the negative effects of urban heat island in more effective ways. © 2009, Penkala Bt., Budapest, Hungary.
Printed matter and paper goods, namely, books featuring characters from animated, action adventure, comedy and drama features, comic books, childrens books, magazines featuring characters from animated, action adventure, comedy and drama features, coloring books, childrens activity books; stationery, stickers, bumper stickers for vehicles, writing paper, envelopes, notebooks, diaries, note cards, greeting cards; lithographs; pens, pencils, cases therefore, erasers, crayons, markers, colored pencils, painting sets for children, chalk and chalkboards for school and home use, decals, heat transfer paper; posters; mounted and unmounted photographs; book covers, book marks, calendars, gift wrapping paper; paper party favors and paper party decorations, namely, paper napkins, paper place mats, crepe paper, invitations, paper table cloths, paper cake decorations; printed transfers for embroidery or fabric appliqus; printed patterns for costumes, pajamas, sweatshirts and t-shirts.
Greentree | Date: 2017-01-13
Artificial flowers; Artificial flowers; Artificial fruit; Artificial garlands; Artificial plants; Artificial wreaths; Beads, other than for making jewellery; Brooches for clothing; Buttons; Buttons for clothing; Crochet hooks; Edgings for clothing; Elastic ribbons; Embroidery; Fastenings for braces and suspenders; Fringes; Heat adhesive patches for repairing textile articles; Lace; Lace trimming; Needle cases; Sewing needles; Spangles for clothing; Wigs; Zip fasteners; Belt buckles; Bobbin lace; False hair; Hook and loop fasteners for use in the manufacture of clothing and shoes; Stud buttons.