Florida dog rescue that holds events at Trump properties clarifies Nike policy

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PALM BEACH, Fla. ‘ Early Thursday afternoon, Big Dog Ranch Rescue clarified a no-Nike ban, saying it was a ‘personal offer’ by the founder and not an employee policy.

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Big Dog Ranch Rescue president Lauree Simmons initially instituted a ban on the company’s apparel because of the brand’s sponsorship of anthem protestor Colin Kaepernick.

Thursday morning, it was reported that Big Dog president Lauree Simmons had banned the sneaker and apparel brand from the campus of the Loxahatchee Groves dog rescue organization, which counted President Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law Lara Trump as a co-chair of a March 10 luncheon at Mar-a-Lago. Two upcoming Big Dog fundraisers are planned for Trump properties in Palm Beach and Jupiter.

Big Dog workers said they were forbidden from wearing the brand on campus, and if they were found wearing Nike sneakers, they would be sent home.

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  • Publisher: The Register
  • Author: Alexandra Clough GateHouse Media Florida
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Not to change the topic here:

Lehman Brothers collapse: where are the key figures now?

A decade on, what has happened to the key players involved in the financial crisis and its aftermath?

Then: Lehman Brothers chief executiveNow: runs Matrix Private Capital, which offers investment advice to ‘high-net-worth’ clients

In 2009 he sold an apartment in Manhattan for $25m and a collection of art for $13.5m but he still has a number of luxury properties dotted around the US. Now aged 72, Fuld has made a comeback as the head of New York-based Matrix Private Capital, and the ‘key wealth centres’ of Los Angeles and Palm Beach in Florida. In a rare public appearance in 2015 he said: ‘Whatever it is, enjoy the ride. No regrets.’

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  • Publisher: the Guardian
  • Date: 2018-09-11T05:00:10.000Z
  • Author: Sean Farrell
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Out On the Town: DC arts & entertainment ‘ September 13

A filmed version of the recent Broadway stage musical, adapted from the 1951 film. Director Christopher Wheeldon, who snagged a Tony for Best Choreographer for his efforts, wisely retained much of Gene Kelly’s moves from the movie, most notably the 17-minute ballet set to the first composition that George Gershwin titled “An American in Paris.” Wheeldon cast Robert Fairchild of the New York City Ballet and Leanne Cope of the British Royal Ballet. The pair, also nominated for Tonys for their work, returned to the show last year for a West End debut. And it’s a taped performance from the London run that will grace movie screens next week. Thursday, Sept. 20, at 7 p.m

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  • Publisher: Metro Weekly
  • Date: 2018-09-13T09:05:29-04:00
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Wednesday Briefing: Free Family and Civil Law Clinic, Youth Orchestra Open House, FPC Fire Academy

The only thing that looked different about a group of soon-to-be firefighters honing their skills at the Flagler County Fire Tower is that their helmets were Bulldog green. Students participating the Flagler Palm Coast Fire Leadership Academy spent the day Thursday (August 30) dressed in full firefighter gear during fireless training exercises to prepare them for future careers as first responders. ‘This program is offering our students a literal ‘classroom to career,’’ said Flagler Schools Superintendent James Tager. ‘We thank our partners with Flagler County Fire Rescue for giving our student firefighter candidates this valuable opportunity

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  • Publisher: FlaglerLive
  • Date: 2018-09-05T06:00:30-04:00
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