With our product Scrub Daddy, the best method to use is the Product Approach. Giving a live presentation/demonstration and engaging the audience with some questions to get them involved. Such as by a show of hands “How many of you here wash their own dishes?” and with the results we would build upon each question. Asking how many actually enjoy washing your dishes? and then, “How many of you use a sponge similar to this?” showing them product or a picture of just regular generic colorful sponges. After capturing their attention and hopefully interesting them in what is next to come, we introduce ourselves as a company and our product.
William Ellsworth “Dummy” Hoy was born May 23, 1862 in Houcktown, Ohio. Hoy was born hearing, but went deaf from meningitis at the age of three. He went on to graduate from the Ohio School for the Deaf as class valedictorian. After graduating, Hoy opened a shoe repair shop in his hometown. While playing baseball on the weekends, Hoy earned a professional contract with an Oshkosh, Wisconsin team in 1886. In 1888 Hoy was signed on by the Washington Nationals as only the third deaf professional baseball player ever. In his rookie year, he led the league in stolen bases and finished second with 69 walks. On June 19, 1889, he set a major league record (which has now been tied twice) by throwing out three runners at home plate from center field in
Christopher George Latore Wallace or also known as Biggie Smalls was a rapper that had an effect on a lot of people. Biggie was raised in Brooklyn when he released his debut album Ready to die in 1994 he became a symbol in the hip hop scene. On March 9, 1997 Biggie was killed in a drive by shooting. Before this happened he was a business party and was being driven back to his hotel. When his car pulled up to a stop light, someone yelled to him and he lowered his window and someone pointed a pistol at him, they fired four shots right into his chest and drove away. (2015) According to the investigation there were three vehicles in the entourage. The first car head Sean Combs or also known as P.Diddy then in B.I.G’s Chevy in the back seat sat two of his friends James Lil Caesar Lloyd and
Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall has been the home of UGA athletics since 1987. Not only is the building home to the football team, as all Georgia sports are celebrated within the walls. Today, after a recent expansion, it is still considered one of the best athletic facilities in the nation. When
Brigadier General Gouverneur K. Warren Many attribute the Union’s defense of Little Round Top during The Battle of Gettysburg to Chamberlain, a colonel in the 20th Maine Infantry and defended Little Round Top. It may be true that Chamberlain played an important role in defending Little Round Top, nevertheless all the
After her brother’s release, the NSW consorting laws prevented her brother from maintaining contact with his friends in jail, so Shirley continued the visits on his behalf. Her nickname became, "I’m his Mum", whenever officials queried her relationship with the prisoners. Eventually the authorities recognized the value of her support for prisoners and allowed her access to any prisoner she wished to visit. Her caring continued beyond prisons, with many people with no family or friends in Sydney arriving at Mum Shirl’s Redfern house seeking shelter. By the early 1990s she had reared over 60 children. Mum Shirl recalls the day she received the MBE medal, 11th June 1977 her name was (Mrs. Shirley Colleen Smith) as she was voted to be nominated
According to Texas myth carpetbaggers were taking over positons in office, and dominating politically. These carpetbaggers migrated from the north, and they supported the Republican party. Democrats were upset with carpetbaggers coming to Texas, and described them exploitive and corrupt. These individuals were known as carpetbaggers because they brought everything they had in a soft suitcase made of carpet. These carpetbaggers were seen as something negative that only brought bad energy to Texas, and did nothing to benefit us. Democrats also described them as someone who could not be trusted.
Who were the “Carpetbaggers? Following the Civil War four million slaves in the United States were granted their freedom, immediately after the Union Victory America experienced a period known as “Reconstruction”, defined by its efforts to rebuild the country and integrate African Americans into society as citizens. During this era, radical reconstruction began to gain popularity in the northern states and through this form of reconstruction the 14th amendment was ratified, giving equal protection to all citizens, the 15th amendment was approved and gave African Americans the right to vote, and public education systems for former slaves were placed (Orson). As radical republicans took control over reconstruction, recently arrived northerners
“When one door closes, don’t worry, another door opens”(pg.43). What does this mean? In Bud, Not Buddy, Bud is a child without a family in the Great Depression who experiences this over and over. Bud has opportunities thrown at him using ironically actual doors. Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis is a funny, creative historical fiction novel that shows how opportunities come and go, but how there is always another path, another door, another opportunity. Some doors that Bud is faced with are his mother dying (pg. 6, 7-8), living in a orphanage (pg.1), living in foster homes (pg.1, 4-5, 9-35), hiding in library (pg.37), a train that is heading west where you can make a living as a farmer (pg.60-87), a guy driving down a lonely road (pg.98-115, 118-121, 134-135), a man that has an awesome band that could be his father (pg.144-148, 159), a young women who seems to care for him (pg.163,185-186), and to find grit to persevere when learning to play an
Fort Nonsense Through the Ages On the 7th of January in 1777, General George Washington with the Continental Army arrived at Morristown, New Jersey. After the decisive victories at Trenton, on December 26 1776, and Princeton, on January 3 1777, Washington changed course from New Brunswick to Morristown, allowing his troops to rest. The location of Morristown, being a town of roughly 250 people who were largely farmers or ironworkers, was a challenging region for the British to invade and made it easier for Washington and his troops to keep track of potential British movements. A fort was built on top of Kinney’s Hill on George Washington’s orders that overlooked Morristown at roughly 230 feet and it would later be known as Fort Nonsense.
A Life of a Hero The United States in the 1900's was a very tough place for an orphan. Children were left homeless and had no hope to survive. They had to dream in boxes on the street in Hell's live. They dreamt of a warm bed and a nice meal
Christopher Wallace a.k.a. Notorious B.IG. The Notorious B.I.G., Biggie Smalls, was an American rapper. He was often considered by many as of the big best rappers of all time. Wallace was raised in the Brooklyn brought of New York City. Little about who Biggie Small is he was born on May 21,1972. He is the son of a Jamaican parents Voletta, a preschool teacher, and George Latore, a welder and a small-time politician. When Biggie small was growing up, he was raised in the poor neighborhood of Bedford-Study Vesant as the son of a preschool teacher. Biggie had decided to drop out of high school at the age of seventeen and became a crack dealer, which he proclaimed was the only way of source of income.
Sha Na Na, an American rock and roll group performed at Woodstock Festival in 1969. The group played nine songs including, Yakety Yak, Wipe Out and At the Hop achieved a national fame after that. There were a lot of members in the band, but here are 12 original performers, such as Alan Cooper (bass singer), Henry Gross (guitarist), Jocko Marcellino (drums), Rob Leonard (vocal) and Frederick “Dennis” Greene (vocal). Sha Na Na began singing in Columbia University and later on appeared in the film called Woodstock Film. Singing classic 1950s Doo-Wop and siminal rock and roll in gold lame outfits and greased up hairdos was the biggest impression public had of the group.
Imperforate Anus The anus is an opening where bowel movements, or stool, leave the body. Imperforate anus is a birth defect in which the anus is missing, blocked, or in the wrong place. Stool normally passes through the large intestine before leaving the body through the anus. When that cannot happen, stool may back up in the large intestine or leave the body through another opening. Most of the time, an imperforate anus can be fixed with surgery.
here are several ways of inventing and making of s’mores.Because the making of s’mores is easy to explain. Have you ever been camping? Well if you have you might have made s’mores but if you haven’t... well, my best way to be prepared is that you bring chocolate, graham crackers, and most important part of all the marshmallows. Don’t worry if you haven’t been camping because a lot of people haven’t been camping like me.