Bass’s AT logo program is a good example. AT executives at the end of the sixties were concerned about the public’s perception of their company. Although the Bell System was generally regarded as the finest telephone system on Earth, the public still thought of the company as a monolithic, uncaring, slightly dowdy “Ma Bell.” In short, the image did not reflect the goals and realities of AT as a cutting edge technology company.
Duval was erratic. The two time winner and part time Boca Raton resident separated his right shoulder playing volleyball on March 23 at Woodfield Country Club. After withdrawing from the last two tour stops, Langer arrived at Augusta on Sunday and played 18 practice holes on Monday.
Not resting on our laurels: Once a decision is made about public capital expenditures or public services is made, we tend to become complacent. “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” or “good enough for government work” come to mind as proverbs about such inertia. Continuous improvement is as crucial for public modernization as it is for technological innovation.
Camp culture is a unique juxtaposition of opposites. A cross between Fantasy Island and Lord of the Flies. Periods of frantic excitement coexist with long bursts of calm hanging out; the thrill of endless love one night can be replaced by the numbing pain of being dumped the next; the freedom to test your boundaries can exist alongside an unshakeable homesickness; a bunk can be a place of both vicious exclusion and serious bonding.
A huge new wine festival is taking over Manchester’s railway archesThe Reserve Wine Food Festival will pop up at Fairfield Social Club on June 22, promising to re invent the wine tasting conceptGet What’s On updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailReserve Wines has revealed grand plans for a new wine festival later this month, taking over Fairfield Social Club.The Didsbury based wine merchant hopes to re invent the wine tasting experience and bring together some of the region’s best food and drink producers.The event’s been inspired by the lively beer festivals that take place across Manchester, featuring more than 100 wines to choose from, all from independent producers.”It’s always been about making wine fun and accessible and this type of event totally fits in with what we are trying to demonstrate,” said Reserve Wines founder and BBC drinks expert Kate Goodman.21 things you’ll only know if you’re lucky enough to call Greater Manchester home”There are too many preconceptions and traditionalism surrounding wine and we think Manchester is ready to see past these and join in the fun.”As well as wines, there’ll be two local gin producers Manchester’s Three Rivers Gin and Faith Sons and the English Whisky Co.”Gin and spirits as a category have obviously emerged as key attractions and we cannot conceive running an event without showcasing some of the best examples out there,” added event organiser Nic Rezzouk.”Luckily, we didn’t have to go too far to find them.”Taco Bell to open Manchester restaurant open until 4am every dayThere’ll also be stalls from three of the city’s most popular street food traders: Latin American food from Yakumama, Sicilian risotto balls from Little Orange Co, and French patisserie ChouChoux.”Wine and food go hand in hand, family and friends around the table. Manchester is a buzzing place for great food right now and being able to work with such talented people on both sides of food and drink is just brilliant,” says Kate, who used to present Food Drink on BBC2 alongside Michel Roux Jr.The Reserve Wine Food Festival takes place on Friday June 22, from 5pm to 10.30pm.Entry will cost plus booking fee. As with beer festivals, there’ll be a token system in place for buying drinks.