Apollos University Sets a High Standard for Diversity and Inclusion

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Dr. Marva Young

Dr. Marva Young

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High Standards for Diversity and Inclusion is required in Higher Education

As the Vice President/Chief Diversity Officer for Apollos University, I would like to welcome you to join the Apollos family as a student, faculty, or staff member. ”

— Dr. Marva Young

GREAT FALLS, MT, UNITED STATES, June 6, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — At Apollos, we take diversity and inclusion seriously. In our dynamic learning environment, we embrace diversity of students, faculty, staff, and ideas. Our highly qualified students, faculty, and staff with their diverse backgrounds, and experiences create a rich and practical learning environment for all Apollos community members. Apollos has been at the forefront of innovation and meeting the needs of diverse learners through flexible, affordable, and accredited education for all that strive for personal and professional excellence.

Most U.S. brick and mortar colleges and universities have a Chief Diversity Officer or VP for Diversity and Inclusion. Most accredited online colleges or universities do not have a designated person for this role. Apollos is proud to be one of the very first and online/hybrid universities to embrace this role and has done so since 2011.

The Apollos commitment to recruit and retain the best students, faculty, and staff, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, parental status, veteran status, or military status led the university board of directors and leadership to appoint a Chief Diversity Officer (CDO). Apollos is among the first online universities to recognize the importance of this role to ensure fairness, quality assurance and inclusion across all areas of our learning environment and university as a whole. Though it is not mandated for accreditation or by the U.S. Department of education, Apollos recruited our first Vice President/Chief Diversity Officer from our faculty early in our university history. Diversity and inclusion has been a vital component to Apollos's founding, continued growth, sustainability, and degree program development.

Dr. Young stated, “As the Vice President/Chief Diversity Officer for Apollos University, I would like to welcome you to join the Apollos family as a student, faculty, or staff member. We aim to meet and/or exceed your higher education, fairness, and inclusion expectations.”

Dr. Young is also excited to share a new university initiative to encourage global inclusion and foster academic excellence. The Apollos CEO, President, and Alumni Association are working to establish an Apollos chapter of the Golden Key International Honor Society, which emphasizes inclusion as one of their principles, for all our students who distinguish themselves during their degree programs.

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The Animal Wellness Podcast: The Bloodbath of Killing Contests #Animals2020

The Animal Wellness Podcast Episode 16

The Animal Wellness Podcast Episode 16

Animal Wellness Action Executive Director Marty Irby

Animal Wellness Action Executive Director Marty Irby

Wayne Pacelle

Wayne Pacelle

Joseph Grove

Joseph Grove

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WASHINGTON, D.C., USA, June 6, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — by Marty Irby

Wildlife Killing Contests (WKCs) are a disgrace. And, for all the right reasons, they are under siege.

In September 2019, the Arizona Governor’s Regulatory Review Council (GRRC) voted unanimously to approve a rule initiated by the Arizona Game and Fish Commission banning WKCs for predators and other furbearing animals in the Grand Canyon State. A grassroots effort energized by concerned animal welfare advocates and even hunters, and led by Animal Wellness Action’s Lain Kahlstrom and Tina Meredith, provided the impetus for the rulemaking action.

Events like the “Santa SLAY” and “Fox Frenzy” killing contests – slaughter-fests where participants compete to win cash and prizes for killing the greatest number, the heaviest, or even the smallest of the targeted species within a certain time frame (usually 24 hours or a weekend) – soon became a closed chapter in the book of Arizona’s wildlife management history.

But the practice of killing these animals at WKCs continues across America in many other states where thousands of animals including coyotes, bobcats, foxes – and even mountain lions, badgers and coatimundi – are trying to eke out a living. These gruesome events are often intentionally concealed from the public's view. In 2020, Colorado became the sixth U.S. state to ban killing contests when it enacted a regulation prohibiting contests targeting furbearer and small game species. In 2019, Arizona and Massachusetts outlawed contests for multiple predatory and furbearing species. New Mexico and Vermont prohibited coyote killing contests in 2019 and 2018, respectively, and California outlawed the awarding of prizes and inducements for killing non-game mammals and furbearers in 2014.

Animal Wellness Action is now working in Pennsylvania to secure a ban on the practice, and is partnering with Project Coyote, an organization whose mission is “to promote compassionate conservation and coexistence between people and wildlife through education, science and advocacy.”

This week’s episode of the Animal Wellness Podcast features two guests on the show: AWA’s Lain Kahlstrom, and Project Coyote’s Camilla Fox. Fox, the organization’s founder and executive director, discussed her latest documentary production Killing Games: Wildlife In The Crosshairs, which provides a first-ever, close-up view of the killing contest subculture. With more than twenty years of experience working on behalf of wildlife and wildlands and a Master’s degree in wildlife ecology, policy, and conservation, Fox helps viewers understand what’s at stake for wildlife. Join us in listening to the episode by clicking here.

The Animal Wellness podcast is a regular segment that not only delivers timely information but offers insights and analysis you won’t hear anywhere else. We’ll offer in-depth discussions of local, state, or federal policy and elections, and the effects of laws and regulations on corporations. We hope you’ll listen today, and also check out a previous episode:

Episode 15: How Big of a Tent Can We Build As We Rally To End Factory Farming?

Wayne Pacelle is the founder of Animal Wellness Action, president of the Center for a Humane Economy, and former president of the Humane Society of the U.S. Pacelle is a two-time New York Times bestselling author of The Bond, and Humane Economy.

Marty Irby is the executive director at Animal Wellness Action. Irby worked in the United States House of Representatives for Congressman Ed Whitfield (R-KY) serving as Communications Director and Animal Protection and Agriculture Policy Advisor. He is a former president of the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders' and Exhibitors' Association.

Joseph Grove is a freelance writer and six-time recipient of awards from the Society of Professional Journalists. His background also includes hosting a radio show called Jargon on WQMF FM in Louisville, Ky., and podcasts for Bisig Impact Group and Southern Gaming and Destinations.

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Local Travel Agent Earns Prestigious Certification from The Travel Institute

Sarah Marshall of TravelAble, one of a small group of travel agencies dedicated solely to accessible travel.

We build relationships with accessible providers in France, Italy, Costa Rica, and more. Whether you want a cruise or a bucket-list trip, we design the fully accessible vacation you desire.”

— Sarah Marshall

NAPERVILLE, IL, USA, June 6, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Sarah Marshall, CTA®, of TravelAble in Naperville, recently earned the distinguished Certified Travel Associate, or CTA, designation from The Travel Institute, the travel industry’s benchmark for educational excellence and the only travel organization offering certification for travel professionals’ varying levels of expertise.

“Earning my elite certification status not only demonstrates my commitment to life-long learning, but also a commitment to my clients who will be better served because of my increased knowledge and skills,” said Marshall.

The Certified Travel Associate, CTA®, designation is awarded by The Travel Institute to travel professionals who complete a rigorous training program, including closed-book, proctor-administered testing, to demonstrate extensive industry knowledge and experience and the highest standards of travel professionalism. In addition, CTAs are required to fulfill stringent continuing education requirements each year.

Sarah Marshall has been a travel counselor for 2 years and has sent more than 75 clients on vacation experiences around the world. TravelAble specializes in custom designed accessible adventures for families and individuals. She was inspired to start TravelAble when her son was born in Israel in 2009 and had to spend 5 months in the NICU there. Learning the ropes of traveling with a child with medical needs and autism taught Marshall and her family a lot of lessons about what accessible travel really entails.

“Many potential travelers who meet with me have asked what accessible means,” explained Marshall. “Accessible to TravelAble means those tools, those destinations, those supports that you as a traveler need to access the vacation.” Marshall provides a lot of guidance through the planning process, as well as individualizing every vacation so it meets a traveler’s exact needs.

Marshall is also a sought-after speaker on autism adventure, presenting around the country on her secrets to travel success. In 2020, she will be presenting in Los Angeles and Phoenix at the Abilities Expo, a national disability resource expo. She also gives pro bono presentations to societies, therapy centers, parent universities, and other community gatherings, and has a partnership with the ALS Association of WI and IL, and the Autism Hero Project.

Marshall’s other professional recognitions include Certified Autism Travel Agent (IBCCES), Certified Leisure Travel Agent (TLN), as well as being a proud member of the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) and the Family Travel Association (FTA).

To learn more about TravelAble and how Sarah Marshall can help with travel plans, call (630) 445-1144 or visit www.travelablevacations.com.

A collaborative industry effort created in 1964, The Travel Institute is the global leader in industry education and certification for travel professionals. Through innovative educational opportunities, professional certification programs, and customized learning solutions, The Travel Institute enables agent success by instilling a high standard of industry knowledge, professionalism, and excellence. Throughout North America, many successful agents and high-profile leaders credit their success to coursework from The Travel Institute.


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Recruiting for Good Cancels The Foodie Games and Launches Summer Gigs for Kids

Since 1998 Companies Have Entrusted and Retained Us to Find Talented Value Driven Professionals www.RecruitingforGood.com

Since 1998 Companies Have Entrusted and Retained Us to Find Talented Value Driven Professionals www.RecruitingforGood.com

The Foodie Games were creative competitions for kids to win fun goodies; R4G will instead hire kids for summer gigs to create positive and purposeful content.

Launching Summer Gigs for Kids to create positive content and learn skills to prepare them for life and work.”

— Carlos Cymerman, Fun Advocate+Founder, Recruiting for Good

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 6, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Recruiting for Good (R4G) is a staffing agency generating proceeds to fund community and purpose driven projects. The Foodies Games are cancelled, and will be replaced by Summer Gigs for Kids.

According to Recruiting for Good, Fun Advocate+Founder, Carlos Cymerman, "Due to recent events, the timing for The Foodie Games just does not feel right…it is not a time for joyous celebration; but to humbly reflect and do something purpose driven that heals the community."

Summer Gigs for Kids

Middle School Kids are hired to create purpose driven content that positively impacts the community.
Kids will learn positive life+work habits thru Summer gigs.

1. Ben will take meaningful photos in LA that celebrate people.
2. Radley (has Type 1 Diabetes) will create Top 25 SFV Gluten Free Dishes.
3. Shay will create weekly list of thoughtful questions to change the world.

Carlos Cymerman, adds "Teaching kids how to use their creative talent to make a positive impact, is an important self-fulfilling skill. I created gigs around the kids' passion to teach them skills that will prepare them for life and work. Shay wants to be an engineer, one of the key skills to be successful; is asking the right questions, that lead to solving problems."


The purpose of the Summer Gigs for Kids is to create positive content that teaches skills (values) and prepares them for life and work. The first kids to be hired for Summer Gigs; worked on Kids Get Paid to Eat (Social Project). To learn more www.LAGigsforKids.com

Kids Get Paid to Eat + Learn + Work is a fun community project that taught kids life+work skills thru fun weekend gigs. Kids enjoyed writing reviews for the Best Food in the Hood. Kids choose their restaurants, developed own content, and followed thru. Recruiting for Good Founder, Carlos drove and delivered food to homes to help team of kids complete 100 reviews between; April 10th to May 16th, 2020 (original goal was to finish by July 1st, 2020). www.KidsGetPaidtoEat.com

Since 1998, Recruiting for Good has been a purpose driven staffing company. Companies retain our recruiting agency to find talented professionals in Accounting, Engineering, and Information Technology. www.RecruitingforGood.com.

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Guests jumping off of the XXL Tower at WhoaZone Whihala Beach

Guests enjoying the WhoaZone XXL Action Tower

WhoaZone Rosharon, located in Rosharon, TX is Scheduled to Open June 6th. WhoaZone Grapevine, located in Meadowmere Park Scheduled to Open June 13th .

With all the craziness now happening around the world, it is important we get back to something normal — HAVING FUN with family and friends”

— Ron Romens

HOUSTON, TX, UNITED STATES, June 6, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — WELCOME TO THE WHOAZONE! Empire Recreation Management (ERM), the managing partner responsible for the WhoaZone brand, is pleased to announce that Rosharon & Grapevine, Texas WhoaZone locations are scheduled to open this weekend and next. The parks feature WhoaZone’s signature floating obstacle course and a variety of other fun activities. A great day of fun and active recreation, for both young and old.

“With all the craziness now happening around the world, it is important we get back to something normal — HAVING FUN with family and friends”, says Ron Romens, CEO of ERM. “With all of the concerns about Covid-19 and the mandated lockdowns we were concerned about whether or not we would even be allowed to open this year”, adds Romens. “It is a credit to both the local and state government of Texas, who reached out to us early and allowed us to develop safety procedures and operational protocols that would best assure the safety of our guests, their constituents”. Ron adds with a smile, “there is nothing more enjoyable than a great day on the water and we invite you to come on out relax and have some fun”.

The Rosharon WhoaZone is located at 4411 County Rd 418 Rosharon, TX 77583 and operates seven days a week from 11:00AM to 7:00PM. The park features their amazing floating obstacle course, as well as kayak and SUP rentals and a variety of land games and seating options. To find out more or to book tickets, visit www.whoazonehouston.com.

The Grapevine WhoaZone is located at 3000 Meadowmere Lane Grapevine, TX 76051, within Meadowmere Park, and operates seven days a week from 11:00AM to 7:00PM. The park features their amazing floating obstacle course, as well as a variety of land games and seating rentals. To find out more or to book tickets, visit www.whoazonegrapevine.com.

For more information about all of the parks ERM operates, please visit WhoaZone corporate site at www.whoa.zone .

About WhoaZone — WhoaZone features an inflatable on-water obstacle courses that provide hours of high-energy fun for persons of all ages. With locations in Michigan, Texas, and Indiana, WhoaZone was designed to ensure every guest has an amazing experience and is the perfect attraction for those seeking over-the-top outdoor adventures, mind-blowing acrobatic thrills, and safe, yet fun, active challenges.

About Empire Recreation Management — ERM (www.empirerecmgmt.com) is a subsidiary of Commercial Recreation Specialists (CRS). ERM is a turn-key resource that provides planning, design, installation, training and operational support to commercial recreation operators worldwide. ERM was designed to help owners maximize their investments and to help them optimize the revenue potential of their recreation facility.

For more information about Empire Recreation Management, or WhoaZone please contact Jen Rice at 866-946-2966.


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Virtosu Art Gallery Museum of Art Receives a Huge Donation of Modernist Paintings

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Virtosu Art Gallery Museum of Art Receives a Huge Donation of Modernist Paintings

We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”

— Winston Churchill

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, June 6, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Virtosu Art Gallery Museum of Art has made some interesting acquisitions over the past decade, but the art institution was recently handed a particularly excellent collection of Modernist works that will draw plenty of new and returning visitors by the end of 2021.

Philanthropists Kurt and Sally Burns were responsible for the gift, which includes 38 paintings by distinguished artists including Van Gogh, Picasso, Wassily Kandinsky, Piet Mondrian, Theo Van Doesburg, Robert Delaunay, and Franz Kline. “Their gift is really a godsend,” museum director Bernard Vernier told the New York Times. “It’s a blessing.”

Indeed, the partnership between philanthropists and museums is fruitful and symbiotic. If a successful organization spends years accumulating considerable assets, it's only natural that they'd want to spend some time in the downtime cultivating an admirable collection of art to signal their exquisite taste. As they get older, however, the natural next step is to pass along their art collection to a public institution: this conveys their willingness to give back to their community.

Virtosu Art Gallery Museum of Art believed it could accept donations of art by creating an art program for its constituents while increasing its endowment. Under the part-time curatorial direction of Bernard Vernier, a one-time minister, the Museum has received over 4000 donations of art that are presently valued in excess of $110,000,000.

How did the Museum find new donors and create an art education program? They put the word out on the street that donations of art would be welcome. Soon, wealthy neighbors and businesses responded by offering their art to the Museum. Reflecting on the program’s success, Mr. Bernard Vernier suggested that "people learned something about how their gifts of art could help our communities."

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Robert Bailey UC Berkeley Responds to the Corona Virus Outbreak

Robert Bailey UC Berkeley

Robert Bailey UC Berkeley

BERKELEY, CA, USA, June 5, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Years in Singapore gives him a unique perspective on the culture surrounding the virus

Robert Bailey UC Berkeley former director of admissions is very familiar with Southeast Asia. Before coming to Berkeley he spent many years traveling in Southeast Asia and had many trips to China.

It is believed the Coronavirus that is currently infesting every nation in the world, began in Wuhan. Robert Bailey UC Berkely believes the popularity of exotic meat in the Wuhan area may have been the breeding ground for the virus.

"It (Coronavirus) was first discovered in a local wholesale food market," Robert Bailey said.

Wuhan was also the starting point of the SARS epidemic that started in 2003. This was two years after Robert Bailey UC Berkeley had left Singapore to begin working in British Columbia, Canada.

Robert Bailey UC Berkeley has been an administrator all over the world and has long been interested in making college registration efficient and easy for students.

Wuhan is a historic city that has a 350-year-old Guiyuan Temple and a pagoda-like yellow crane tower. But Robert Bailey notes that it is also an important education city as well. It has53 universities, and the largest one, Wuhan University, has 60,000 students.

While the virus has faded some in China, Robert Bailey UC Berkeley is interested in how those universities will make the needed transition to electronic record keeping.

“How does a city that large, and that old, dating back as far as 1460 BC, keep their records, and move them into 2020?” he asks, somewhat rhetorically.
Robert Bailey UC Berkeley's former registrar would naturally be interested in that question as he has more than 20 years of experience in records management. That experience has involved innovation that has followed Robert Bailey UC Berkeley through the years.

While director of Registration at the University of Oklahoma he identified a single site for registration. Thie eliminated long lines during registration which was the traditional method at the time. In addition, he was able to implement a system that cut grading and reporting time for instructors, which allowed students to get their grades and reports faster.

Robert Bailey UC Berkeley former director was also in Singapore for eight years doing similar work.

"I served as the dean of American College, the vice president for records at Transnational, and as a senior lecturer for Temasek Polytechnic in its information studies program,” said Robert Bailey UC Berkeley former registrar and director of admissions,
While stationed in Singapore he went to 33 countries and made many trips into China, but Robert Bailey UC Berkeley said he does not remember hearing much about the city at that time.

“Now,” Robert Bailey UC Berkeley former director said, “Wuhan is in the news worldwide; the historical city has become ground zero of the new coronavirus outbreak.”

He would like to go there at some point in the future, and he still has some connections in Singapore that could help him make that happen. Robert Bailey UC Berkeley said he would wait until the medical crisis settles down before making such a trip.

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WatsonBuys.com is Open and Buying Houses in Denver, Colorado


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Watson Buys has been buying homes in Denver for over a decade

Local company, Watson Buys, remains open through the global pandemic, buying homes for cash and proving loyalty to Denver's housing market and its residents.

DENVER, COLORADO, USA, June 5, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cash home buyer WatsonBuys.com announced today that the company is still buying houses in Denver, Colorado. This is despite most other companies deciding not to show for support for the local economy. “We continue to provide safe, easy, and practical solutions for homeowners who need to sell their house quickly. Despite the disruptions that the Corona Virus is creating in Denver’s housing market, we are working hard, implementing new technologies and better processes to provide the best solution for homeowners in Denver” says Sornie, head of technology at Watsonbuys.com

Many Instant Buyers, including giants like Opendoor, Zillow, and Offerpad have decided not to support the Denver Market and are continuing to suspend all home buying operations in Colorado. Watsonbuys.com maintains a presence and continues to give homeowners the best available options. Their latest process updates ensure homeowner safety with a new policy that addresses social distancing while allowing sellers to sell their house fast, for a great price and for cash.

Shaun Martin, CEO stated, “As we are a local company we truly understand the value Denver provides for companies like ours that buys houses for cash. Also, as we live here, we want to invest in our local communities to ensure our backyard stays relevant. Now is the time to re-evaluate your priorities as a company and potentially reduce bottom line profits for the greater good of the neighborhoods. Of course, we need to stay solvent, and we will. By continuing to employ efficient process, innovate technologies and keeping lines of communication open to local industry experts, WatsonBuys.com will maintain its leadership role in Denver’s housing market now and well into the future.”

Highlights to recent process updates that enable effective and safe ongoing transactions to include a reduction in one on one contact allowing for:

1. Virtual meetings with representatives on WatsonBuys.com.
2. Homeowners can provide live video walkthroughs.
3. Complete transaction completed virtually from offer through to cash deposit into the homeowner’s account.

WatsonBuys.com continues to be a market leader in Denver, Colorado ensuring people that need to sell quickly get the following benefits:

1. They always give you their best cash offer guaranteed
2. Service that is fast, fair, and free to you – we still pay for everything.
3. Unlike most companies they actually buy the property ourselves – many companies include an assignment option and never intend to buy your house.
4. They will close when you need to close.
5. Watson Buys use their own money so the cash is 100% guaranteed.

“In today’s current market there is no need to panic,” says Shaun. “In-fact recently released market reports show homes are still selling in Denver and other surrounding housing markets. And rest assured if you have a house that you want to sell we are still here, ready to provide you with and cash offer right now! WatsonBuys.com was here yesterday, today and will be here tomorrow.”

Companies giving cash offers are a dime a dozen. Therefore it is difficult to know if you are dealing with a company that you can trust. WatsonBuys.com has been in the industry for well over a decade. Watsonbuys.com is local, so they understand the current market conditions and the value of your home.

About WatsonBuys.com
Trusted by homeowners for over a decade Watson Buys continues to buy homes, does tasteful remodels, then rents them out. Sometimes they will sell them, often by request of a neighbor who has family and friends wanting to live nearby. This business model ensures your community home values are maintained. They do not buy houses then leave them sitting empty. This practice, by many companies, significantly detracts from your street appeal and can significantly impact the value of your house too. With two offices now in Denver, Colorado WatsonBuys.com is committed to providing the best service now and in the future.

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Plant-Powered Meat Month July 2020

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Revitalizing menus with plant-based/vegan food options.

Promotional Offer Foodie Power Pass w/Perks $1

Weekly raffle entries. FREE August plant-powered webinars. Discounts to BotaniCuisine events.

FREE Zoom parties every Friday night in July for Plant-Powered Meat Month

FREE Zoom parties every Friday night in July for Plant-Powered Meat Month

Restaurants & professional chefs showcase plant-based meaty meals and other foods across the menu.

A well-fed world is one in which food is produced and distributed in ways that prioritize personal and planetary health for current and future generations.”

— A Well-Fed World – awfw.org

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, UNITED STATES, June 5, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — This exciting promotion invites everyone to experience the satisfying flavors, exceptional variety, and fabulously popular culinary experiences only possible from plants.

Maryland areas of Baltimore, Annapolis, and Harford County

Restaurants and professional chefs are invited to register for this online promotion by www.BotaniCuisine.com, reaching thousands. People seeking plant-based and vegan foods choose their favorite places on the promotion's website.

As we recover from the devastating pandemic, let's chart a bright, delicious course in food choices that benefit everyone. Plant-based foods serve as a common ground for varied preferences and every occasion. The food industry is uniquely poised at this time to fulfill this quest; as plant-based foods outpace other food sales.

Online promotional advertising runs July 1-31, 2020. Business postings remain on website through October 31, 2020, and will be featured in BotaniCuisine marketing efforts.

Includes weekly raffle entries in July, free plant-powered webinars in August, and discounted tickets to BotaniCuisine dining/social events. Get Yours NOW: https://tinyurl.com/FoodiePowerWithPerks-July2020
Friday Nights in July: Get-togethers to share our plant-based/vegan favorites, tips on dining out or at home, the many compelling reasons to embrace plant-based foods, and short excerpts from documentaries. Register NOW: https://tinyurl.com/PlntPwrZoomPartiesJuly

• Revitalize menus to meet the growing demand for and appreciation of plant-based/vegan foods.
• Increase plant-based/vegan options across all menu sections, especially adding plant-based meats and/or meaty meals as entrees.
• Explore the variety of and unique culinary experiences of plant-based/vegan foods, largely under-represented in most dining establishments.
• Increase awareness of and reasons to embrace plant-based/vegan foods

• Many people, from omnivores to vegans, seek plant-based/vegan foods, especially plant-based proteins,
• Most prevalent reasons include greater variety of food choices, seeking the best health, to significantly help the environment, and kindness to all beings with whom we share the Earth.
• Everywhere people are recognizing our food choices also have immense, far-reaching impacts on animal wellbeing, wildlife and resource conservation, and food security.
• Greater awareness of these issues is driving the exponential growth of plant-based/vegan foods.

In this time of unprecedented challenges, plant-based foods can significantly revitalize the restaurant industry, increase profits, meet current customer demand, and obtain new customers.

A few of many mainstream articles about plant-based food growth.
• "Plant-Based Alternatives Find New Markets During Coronavirus" Washington Times
• "Large portions of today's population consume plant-based proteins – even those not vegan or vegetarian" FSR Magazine
• "Increased number of consumers switching to plant-based diets for many reasons." Food Industry Reports (Forbes, 2019)

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Vibe Announces First Annual “Community Vibes” Event Sunday, June 7th, 2020 11am-5pm • 455 Capital Mall • Sacramento, CA

First Annual “Community Vibes” Event Sunday, June 7th, 2020 11am-5pm
455 Capital Mall, Sacramento, CA”

— Vibe By California

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, USA, June 5, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Vibe Bioscience Ltd. (CSE:VIBE)(OTC:VBSCF) (the “Company” or “Vibe”), a Sacramento based, vertically integrated cannabis retailer and marijuana cultivator is organizing a pop-up initiative in downtown Sacramento where its employees are pitching in to assist with clean-up efforts in the community, and providing supplies to assist with rebuilding.

The pop-up initiative is looking for volunteers to assist with the clean up of damages to downtown. Along with spreading good vibes to allow the community to heal together. The “Community Vibes” event, hosted by Vibe, will be held as below:

Location: 455 Capital Mall, Sacramento, CA
Date: Sunday, June 7th, 2020
Time: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Details: Instagram @vibebycalifornia
Contact: goodvibes@vibebycalifornia.com

Volunteers are encouraged to bring snacks, water, garbage bags, hand sanitizer and basic tools to assist with clean up tasks. Follow Vibe by California on Instagram to keep up with community events at www.instagram.com/vibebycalifornia/ for updates on Community Vibes and other initiatives. Volunteers looking to provide support or those interested in performing, please email Katie at goodvibes@vibebycalifornia.com. Drewskis Food Trucks will be onsite and refreshments will be provided courtesy of Vibe and thanks to the generous donations from our partners: Ember Valley, Moxie, Matt’s High Soda, Nectr and more to come.

About Vibe Bioscience Ltd.
Vibe is a vertically integrated cannabis company delivering exceptional retail experiences with its Vibe by California brand and ethos, premier cultivation product and high-efficiency delivery, and online sales. The Company’s management team brings expertise in retail, cannabis cultivation and mergers and acquisitions to support its U.S. expansion through accretive acquisitions and organic growth. For more information, please visit www.vibebycalifornia.com.
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Unlike in Canada which has Federal legislation uniformly governing the cultivation, distribution, sale and possession of medical cannabis under the Cannabis Act (Federal), readers are cautioned that in the U.S., cannabis is largely regulated at the State level. To the knowledge of Vibe Bioscience Ltd., there are to date a total of 33 states, plus the District of Columbia, that have legalized cannabis in some form. Notwithstanding the permissive regulatory environment of medical cannabis at the State level, cannabis continues to be categorized as a controlled substance under the Controlled Substances Act in the U.S. and as such, cannabis-related practices or activities, including without limitation, the manufacture, importation, possession, use or distribution of cannabis are illegal under U.S. Federal law. Strict compliance with State laws with respect to cannabis will neither absolve Vibe Bioscience Ltd. of liability under the U.S. Federal law, nor will it provide a defense to any Federal proceeding, which may be brought against Vibe Bioscience Ltd. Any such proceedings brought against Vibe Bioscience Ltd. may adversely affect its operations and financial performance.

Contact Information
Company Contact:
Mark Waldron, CEO
Phone: +1 833-420-VIBE
Email: info@vibebycalifornia.com

Investor Relations Contact:
Glen Nelson
Phone: +1 833-420-VIBE x 107
Email: ir@vibebycalifornia.com
Website: www.vibebycalifornia.com

Michal Holub
Vibe Bioscience Ltd.
+1 833-420-8423
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Source: EIN Presswire