Aotearoa Beauty Launches its latest beauty product

TrimHim  Nose Hair trimmer

TrimHim Nose Hair trimmer

don’t let nose hair spoil the wedding photos

Aotearoa Beauty products on Muri Beach

Launch of Neils second product a Nose hair trimmer from Muri Beach Rarotonga

Trim those nose & ear hairs

With a 50% off on all its Beauty Products

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, May 1, 2017 / — Last Year Neil MacKenzie started his Aotearoa Beauty company from a laptop in a coffee shop in Wellington New Zealand, this year he launches his third product from Muri beach in the South Pacific Island of Rarotonga.

Neil’s third product to his collection of beauty products is the Aotearoa Nose Hair & Ear Hair Trimmer2, “We are really excited to launch our product just before Father’s day 2017, Fathers are really hard to buy for and the Nose & Ear Hair trimmer is the perfect gift for the father with everything!” Neil said.
He went on to say “the hair trimmer is the perfect gift and birthday present for not only men & boys in the family but all the Mothers & daughters as well”.

The trimmer features curved stainless steel blade for pain free trimming, powerful motor to get the job done fast, all in an ergonomic handle with rubber grip, all you need to do is add a AA battery (not included).

Neil says, “Safety is a big part of our company culture, we want our customers to be safe by providing the right tools for the job, to many people will make do with what they have at hand and this can cause damage to them or their skin & putting them at risk, all our tools are designed to get professional results, safely & pain free results”.

See the Aotearoa Beauty range on Amazon all at 50% off for a limited time
The Newest Nose hair Trimmer
The Original Nose Hair Trimmer
Blackhead remover kit

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Neil Mackenzie
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New Book Chronicles Green Day On the Brink of Fame

Green Day Rising Cover

Green Day Rising Book

Billie Joe Armstrong

Billie Joe Armstrong at age 22

Green Day Getting High

Green Day Getting High

Green Day Rising: Before the Dookie Flew Delivers an Intimate Look at Billie Joe Armstrong and Company

It was one of those moments in life when you realize you’re witnessing history in the making. We didn’t need to wait for Woodstock ‘94 to happen – it was going down right in front of our eyes.”

— Mike Sharon

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 30, 2017 / — Los Angeles, CA , March 24, 2017 ( – ​​First Division Press is excited to announce the release of their newest publication, Green Day Rising: Before the Dookie Flew. Through never-before-seen photographs and on-the-scene reporting, the book chronicles Green Day’s 1994 farewell to the San Francisco Bay Area’s small club scene.

On July 5, 1994, Green Day was poised to emerge from the punk cocoon of 924 Gilman Street and develop into a band that has delivered a decades-long run of bird-flipping, thought-provoking and hit-making music.

Before they grabbed headlines by inciting a mass mud fight at Woodstock '94 and ignited the charts with blistering punk salvos like "Welcome to Paradise" and "When I Come Around," Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tré Cool bid one last goodbye to the small-club scene of the Bay Area, playing an intimate show at San Francisco nightclub Slim's to host a bon-voyage party that still rattles the minds of the lucky few who attended.

“It’s was one of those moments in life when you realize you’re witnessing history in the making,” says Mike Sharon, co-author of Green Day Rising: Before the Dookie Flew. “We didn’t need to wait for Woodstock ‘94 to happen – it was going down right in front of our eyes.”

Green Day Rising: Before the Dookie Flew captures the band at the cusp of mainstream success with dozens of never-before-seen photos and eyewitness reporting, delivering an intimate portrait of a phenomenon-to-be that obscurity couldn't confine, genre couldn't define and the world had no idea was coming.

“The amazing thing about Green Day during this period was that, even though they were in their very early twenties, they were already incredibly evolved and self-aware,” says Tim Kenneally, co-author of Green Day Rising: Before the Dookie Flew. “Like the Beatles, who had also honed their craft for years in less-than-ideal circumstances, Green Day was fully ready to take on the world — even if the world didn’t realize it yet.”

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First Division Press, East Coast Office

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First Division Press, West Coast Office

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Chef Brooklyn

Chef Brooklyn

Chef Brooklyn Kitchen Shears

Chef Brooklyn Kitchen Shears

BBQ Grill Mats

Split Apart Kitchen Shears

Split Apart Kitchen Shears

BBQ Grill Mats by Chef Brooklyn

Chef Brooklyn celebrates 1 year of being online at

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, April 30, 2017 / — Chef Brooklyn is a small company based in New York. But this hasn't stopped them from becoming one of the premier Amazon sellers in their niche.

The Chef Brooklyn motto is to sell online quality kitchen tools to support busy Home Cooks & BBQ Chef's

And it seems that their Kitchen Shears & BBQ Grill Mats have become a big hit and they want to celebrate 1 year online, so they are giving a 50% discount off ANY and all of their products to all new customers.

Chef Brooklyn went on to explain why they wanted to give this discount:

"Our customers are at the center of our success. We want to reward them with a big discount on any item they want.

After 1 year online customers have really propelled our journey to success by becoming our biggest advocates, leaving great reviews and feedback on our products & service.

We hope that, by giving new customers this discount, and allowing us to show them how great our products are, they'll also become raving Chef Brooklyn fans!"

Media Contact: Chef Brooklyn,, +1 310 734 8493

Neil Mackenzie
The Brooklyn Club
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Chef Brooklyn Multi purpose Kitchen Shears

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Guam remembers the SMS Cormoran II at Sea

TUMON, GUAM, April 30, 2017 / — Guam has celebrated the 100th anniversary of the scuttling of the SMS Cormoran II, a historic ship where the first shot fired by the US took place in World War I. The Cormoran had spent two and a half years stranded in Guam with no coal to reach another safe destination. Although not at war with Germany, the US Naval Governor of Guam had decided against refueling the Cormoran, due in part to the island’s own limited supply of the fuel.

Eventually, the German sailors of the Cormoran were given permission to come and go freely from the ship. The relationship between the local people and the Navy with the Cormoran’s crew was very friendly. When the US entered WWI on April 6, 1917, the relationship was forced to change.

The SMS Cormoran II Monument built in 1917 by the sailors of the SMS Cormoran at the U.S. Navy Cemetery in Hagåtña next to the six sailors’ graves. Photo by Mr. Chase Weir

The Navy demanded the Cormoran’s captain Adalbert Zuckschwerdt surrender his ship as their countries were now at war. Zuckschwerdt agreed to surrender himself and his crew, but not the Cormoran. Instead, he instructed his crew to leave the ship and made arrangements to scuttle her. On April 7, 1917 at 8:03 a.m., multiple explosions shook the SMS Cormoran II and she began to sink. Unfortunately, not all the sailors had left the ship and seven died that day.

Only six bodies were recovered. The six sailors were buried with full military honors in the U.S. Naval Cemetery in Hagåtña. The graves are still well marked with headstones inscribed with each sailor’s name – Karl Bennershansen, Franz Blum, K. Boomerum, Rudolph Penning, Emil Reschke, and Ernes Roose. The cemetery also features a monument built by the crew for the SMS Cormoran II and her lost crew members.

On April 7, 2017, crowds gathered in the afternoon at the U.S. Naval Cemetery to honor the fallen of the SMS Cormoran II with a special Peace Tribute Commencement Ceremony. Michael Musto, a SMS Cormoran and dive professional, gave a short history of the Cormoran. The Guam National Guard conducted the presentation of colors and Guam Territorial Band performed. The sailors were honored with a special Chamorro blessing conducted by Pa’a Taotao Tano’, Guam’s longest performing cultural group, and Pale Eric Forbes gave a Christian blessing.

Guam’s U.S. Congress representative, Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo, gave opening remarks. The Congresswoman, Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy Commander, Joint Region Marianas Shoshana Chatfield, Guam Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Senator Joe S. San Agustin, and Milton Morinaga, Chairman of the GVB Board of Directors unveiled the commemoration plaque. Rear Admiral Chatfield also gave a speech outlining the US Navy’s relationship with the Cormoran and her crew. Admiral stated, “What is the role of the sailor, what might any of us in uniform be asked to do, and I think that I can summarize that by saying that we will serve faithfully, that we will fight bravely, and that we will die honorably.”

Mr. Michael Hasper, Chargé d’Affaires from the German Embassy in Manila, representing the Cormoran’s native Germany was joined by Walter Runck, whose grandfather was a sailor on the Cormoran, and Maria Uhl from Sonthofen, Germany, Guam’s sister city since 1988, to place a large floral wreath by the SMS Cormoran II monument. Six local German families placed small floral arrangements on the six sailors’ graves.

The history of the SMS Cormoran II includes a two-month stay in Lamotrek, an atoll of Yap, part of the Federated States of Micronesia. A sailor named Paul Glaser, rescued by the Cormoran during her journey throughout the Pacific, was laid to rest in Lamotrek. The Lamotrek Association of Guam honored their connection with the SMS Cormoran II during the Peace Tribute Commencement Ceremony. Their skin oiled and colored by turmeric, a brightly colored delegation presented coconuts and sprinkled turmeric on each grave. The fruits represented the main food staple with which the people of Lamotrek were able to feed the nearly 300-person crew of the Cormoran.

The local community presented the fallen sailors with breadfruit and water. The water was carried in a New Guinean bowl to represent the thirty Cormoran crew members who were from New Guinea. The Chamorros used a medicinal fern leaf called “kahlau” to sprinkle the water on each grave and a Chinese bell was rung three times for each lost sailor. The Chinese bell represented the Chinese crew members from the SMS Cormoran II.

Following the formal presentations, the crowd was also invited to place flowers at the memorial site and on the headstones. Preserving and respecting the island’s history is important in Guam, from our own Chamorro culture and history to the lives from other lands who have touched our shores and left their mark. For over 100 years the SMS Cormoran II and her crew have been a proud part of the history of Guam.

PHOTO: Dignitaries attended the Peace Tribute at the U.S. Navy Cemetery in Hagåtña, Guam. From left to right: Milton Morinaga, GVB Chairman of the Board of Directors; John A. Cruz, Mayor of Hagåtña; Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy Commander, Joint Region Marianas Shoshana Chatfield; Guam’s U.S. Congress representative, Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo; Michael Hasper, Chargé d’Affaires, German Embassy in Manila, Philippines; Guam Senator Dennis Rodriguez; and Guam Senator Joe S. San Agustin. Photo by Mr. Chase Weir

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Guam Visitor's Bureau
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Guam holds seaside memorial for the SMS Cormoran II

TUMON, GUAM, April 30, 2017 / — On Friday, April 7, 2017, the Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) was joined by local and international dignitaries to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the scuttling of the SMS Cormoran II. The German vessel came to Guam in December 1914, out of coal and desperate to escape pursuit by warships of the Japanese Imperial Navy. The ship and her crew stayed in Guam peacefully for the next two and half years until the United States entered World War I on April 6, 1917.

On that fateful day, Guam’s US Navy Governor sent word to Captain Adalbert Zuckschwerdt of the Cormoran that their two countries were now at war. The captain was instructed to surrender his ship and prepare his men to become prisoners of war. Captain Zuckschwerdt agreed to surrender his crew, but not the SMS Cormoran. Instead, the ship was scuttled and sunk to the bottom of Apra Harbor on April 7, 1917.

Guam divers place a 4 ft. x 3 ft. centennial commemorative banner; 12-foot floral wreath; and a replica of the Imperial German Navy flag on the SMS Cormoran II as peace tribute to her 100 years beneath the sea. Photo by Mr. Chase Weir

To commemorate the 100th year anniversary of the scuttling of the SMS Cormoran II, the GVB organized a special seaside memorial service. Attendees of the ocean service were transported to the site of the Cormoran’s final resting place by boat. Nearly 120 people participated in the seaside memorial service including two family members representing the crew of the Cormoran. Walter Runck, came for his grandfather Jakob Runch, and Lasia Casil, represented her great-grandfather Paul Grey, who were both sailors on the Cormoran.

The contingent honoring the SMS Cormoran also included Mr. Michael Hasper, Chargé d’Affaires from the German Embassy in Manila, Guam’s U.S. Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo, Captain James B. Pruett Commander of the US Coast, island dignitaries, and the Consul Generals from Japan, Philippines, and South Korea. An international media corps with representatives from Japan, Korea, North America, Russia, Philippines, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China attended to capture the memorial.

The event began at 8:03 a.m., the exact time the Cormoran began to sink a hundred years before, with the chiming of the bell, ringing out seven times in honor of the seven sailors who perished that day. Their names – Karl Bennershansen, Franz Blum, K. Boomerum, Rudolph Penning, Emil Reschke, and Ernes Roose were read out with each toll, followed by a traditional Chamorro blessing performed by Guam’s Pa’a Taotao Tano’ group. The Chamorro blessing was complimented with a Christian blessing, given by Pale Eric Forbes. Mr. Hasper, Chargé d’Affaires from the German Embassy and Congresswoman Bordallo, each gave remarks to commemorate the over 100-year history of the SMS Cormoran and Guam.

At 8:30 a.m., local deep-sea scuba divers Mitchell Singler, Louis Cabral, Frank Gradyan, Jim Pinson, photographer/diver Chase Weir, and GVB’s Director of Global Marketing Pilar Laguaña entered the water and began the descent to 110 feet (34 meters), where the Cormoran lies. The divers carried with them a 12-foot wreath, a centennial commemorative 4-feet x 3-feet banner, and a replica of the Imperial German Navy flag, which were attached to the SMS Cormoran II as peace tribute to her 100 years beneath the sea.

“With my Chamorro and German ethnic background, to carry the Imperial German Navy flag down to the SMS Cormoran II on the morning of its 100th year anniversary was a humbling experience and an extremely special moment. As I approached the ship, I yearned that all could see how magnificent she lies peaceful and so gallant and strong as the flag was rightfully mounted back onto the SMS Cormoran II” stated Ms. Pilar Laguaña.

Divers posed for photos touching the twin shipwrecks of the SMS Cormoran and Tokai Maru, her companion of the last 26 years. The Tokai Maru sunk during WWII and came to lie touching the Cormoran’s propeller, creating the only dive site in the world where divers can touch shipwrecks from two different World Wars.

While the divers honored the Cormoran below, aboard the boats, guests listened as local diver and instructor Michael Musto gave a history on the SMS Cormoran II and her place in Guam’s history. When the divers returned, the memorial group returned to shore, where preparations were underway at the U.S. Naval Cemetery to honor the seven German sailors who lost their lives 100 years ago. The 100th commemoration of the day the SMS Cormoran II sank is a moment of both pride and dedication to preserve and share information on the history of the SMS Cormoran II and may one not forget the sacrifices made by its crew members. Friendships formed, loyalties tested, lives lost, and a rich part of Guam’s history to be remembered.

PHOTO: Dignitaries that attended the SMS Cormoran II 100th anniversary commemoration at sea above the shipwreck sight were, from left to right: Mr. Shinji Urabayashi, Consul General of Japan; Mr. Sangdon Yoon, Head of Mission, Republic of Korea; Mr. Milton Morinaga, GVB Chairman of the Board of Directors; Guam’s U.S. Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo; Mr. Michael Hasper, Chargé d’Affaires, German Embassy in Manila; and Mr. Marciano R. De Borja. Consul General of the Philippines. Photo by Mr. Chase Weir

Josh Tyquiengco
Guam Visitor's Bureau
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Cecilia Peck, Kiesha Nix, Rita Tuzon, Jennifer Weg and the Women of Soap Box To Be Honored at GirlPower Awards Luncheon

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, April 28, 2017 / — On Friday, May 5, 2017, A Place Called Home (APCH), a non-profit youth and community center in South Central Los Angeles, will host the 2017 GirlPower Awards Luncheon at the Skirball Cultural Center at 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd. Emmy-nominated television personality, Liz Hernandez, will be hosting the GirlPower Awards Luncheon.

The GirlPower Awards Luncheon honors inspirational women who are role models in their personal and professional lives, and whose leadership and philanthropic efforts make a meaningful difference in the world.

The 2017 Honorees are: Emmy-nominated filmmaker, Cecilia Peck, to receive the Courage in Storytelling Award; Netflix Originals Marketing Manager, Jennifer Weg and the Women of Soap Box, to receive the Women Leading The Way Award; Executive Director of the Lakers Youth Foundation, Kiesha Nix, to receive the Community Leadership Award; and Rita Tuzon, Executive Vice President and General Counsel at Fox Networks and recipient of the Integrity In Leadership Award. Alongside them, A Place Called Home will celebrate a special group of young women – APCH members who are empowered to improve their own lives and contribute to their communities and beyond.

“Recognizing and nurturing the strengths of girls on their way to becoming women is among the worthiest of all causes," states Jonathan Zeichner, Executive Director of A Place Called Home. "Our GirlPower program culminates each year with the GirlPower Awards Luncheon to celebrate women who leading the way and to uplift a shining group of future leaders. It's also a rite of passage to let the girls know that we see them and we are here for them as they head into adulthood in an unpredictable world.”

The APCH GirlPower program empowers young women to overcome societal stereotypes and traditional gender roles, to stand up for themselves and advocate for others, and to pursue their aspirations with rigor and vigor.

This year, the GirlPower girls will also award the GirlPower Choice Award to Dr. Meschellia Johnson, President of South Los Angeles National Organization for Women, who for over 20 years, has dedicated herself to educating and empowering young people throughout Los Angeles County.

Thank you to this year's SPONSORS:

Rita Tuzon and Rick Stone

21st Century Fox
Greenberg Traurig
Jenner & Block
Peck Voll Family Foundation

Ant Farm/Industry Creative
The Davidow Charitable Fund
Pam Dawber
Stephanie and Josh Goldstine
Lakers Youth Foundation
O'Melveny & Myers
Stephanie and Howard Sherwood
Sydney D. Holland Foundation
Karlene Weg

Bank of America
Buddha Jones
Elizabeth Casey Burgess
Create Advertising
Barbara Glazer/Picture Head
Iconisus L&Y & Vibe Creative
Susan Napier
Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary
Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas
Trailer Park Inc. & Art Machine

and company
Barbara Arnold and Paul Turley
Laurie Bahar and Pam Reims
Ayesha Carr
Ignition Creative
Open Road Entertainment
Laurie and Mark Rosenthal
Seismic Productions

About A Place Called Home:

Set in one of the toughest neighborhoods in the country, A Place Called Home provides a safe, nurturing environment with proven programs in arts, education and wellness where youth gain hope, trust and self-respect, and develop the life skills and courage to transcend gangs, drugs and poverty and take ownership for their own lives.

For the past 25 years, APCH has served more than 19,000 at-risk youth (ages 8-21) in their educational, personal and artistic endeavors. Located in South Central Los Angeles, the organization secures an empowering learning environment through community outreach and activities, in hopes that children will gain core values of respect, empathy, accountability, courage and hope. This is accomplished through programs in education, arts and wellbeing, inspiring them to make a meaningful difference in their communities and the world. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @APCH2830, like us on and view our content at

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A Place Called Home
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What If Restaurants Behaved Like Healthcare?

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, USA, April 28, 2017 / — Would you tolerate a restaurant handing you three bills for your dinner? How about if the waiter asked several times if you have allergies? That is the point that Intermountain Healthcare is trying to make in a new video that highlights the customer experience differences between a medical office and an eatery.

The video, titled “If Restaurants Behaved Like Healthcare,” takes a humorous approach about the restaurant/medical office switch to show the absurdity of the event with the customer’s outrage. Yet, through the humor, the message rings true to how patients should be treated.

“I think it is enlightening for Intermountain to be able to call that out and say look at how we treat our patients in regards to how they might be treated in a restaurant,” said Katy Jo Stevens, patient experience director at Intermountain. “What would that actually look like?”

There are indispensable needs everyone has needed as a patient. While some traits have not changed over time, the same patient/caregiver interaction may not be the same as that of thirty years ago.

“Patients have always needed our compassion and our understanding, and our going beyond just the clinical care. They expect that,” Stevens said. “We said we have to involve patients more. We have to partner with them more. We have to listen to them more.”

Intermountain has been working on improving the ever-changing patient experience for years. Current efforts include inviting patients and families into advisory boards for improvement ideas. Changes from surveys and the advisory boards can present large to small ideas, but effective changes.

One major problem that most patients who feel, and highlighted in the restaurant video, is when the bill arrives – or rather several bills – all at once or even months apart. Intermountain is working to address the billing concerns. One such example is if you receive service and have insurance through Intermountain’s SelectHealth insurance plan, Intermountain and SelectHealth will combine statements in the same envelope. This helps reduce bill confusion and also is environmentally friendly.

The “If Restaurants Behaved Like Healthcare” video can be found on Intermountain Healthcare’s YouTube page.

Intermountain Healthcare is a not-for-profit system of 22 hospitals, 180 clinics, a Medical Group with about 1,500 employed physicians and advanced practitioners, a health plans group called SelectHealth, and other medical services. Intermountain is widely recognized as a leader in transforming healthcare through high quality and sustainable costs. For more information about Intermountain, visit

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Intermountain Healthcare
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Hair Loss Sufferers Turn To Patented Tattoo Method

Look Ten Years Younger in One Day

Suitable for All Skin Colors

Undectable From Real Hair

Even sitting at the Easter dinner table my own mother did not notice. Her reaction was "It's about time your grew your hair out; you were beginning to look bald."”

— Bruce W.

MIAMI, FLORIDA, COUNTRY, April 28, 2017 / — Approximately 56 million men suffer from male pattern baldness as well as women suffering from some type of hair loss. Medications, potions, topicals and even invasive hair transplant surgeries have been only a temporary solution. But now, The Weston System®, offers the world's only patented, one-day, permanent scalp tattooing method for hair loss.

M. Weston Non-Surgical Hair Restoration company owner, Mark Weston, was the first in the world to aggressively research, engineer and develop a tattoo needle specifically for duplicating a hair follicular unit and the specific pigmentation application method to the scalp. Weston filed a patent application for his needle and method in 2009 and the USPTO approved and issued the final patent in July of 2015. Since that time, Weston has turned the hair loss industry on its head.

What is The Weston System®?

The Weston System® is a technologically-advanced hybrid medical tattooing method that mimics lost follicular hair units on the scalp for men and women suffering from hair loss. This System is comprised of patented needles, proprietary equipment and pigments, as well as a specific methodology for application. Developed as a one-time permanent application that naturally blends with any hair color and skin tone, this System is applied on the male client with a close buzz cut, blending the replicated follicles into the client’s remaining hair. For women, the same application method is used as a camouflage of thinning areas of the scalp.

This natural look is accomplished by specific varying placement of replicated follicular hair units with several shades of color, creating an illusion of 3D hair growth. These exclusive shades of pigments are applied in a patented application technique to mimic the natural light and darker areas of naturally buzzed hair. The Weston System® scalp micropigmentation method transitions what essentially is two dimensional into what the human eye depicts as three-dimensional.

Since Weston’s unveiling of this system in 2009, hundreds of copycat providers have emerged attempting to emulate Weston’s natural look. However, these other providers require multi-session appointments (up to as many as nine) to complete the micropigmentation and costs at a minimum of $1500 more and only last one to five years. No other company has developed specific equipment, pigments nor needles for their applications, and none are patented as The Weston System®. Weston’s unique system is the first and only in the world of its kind developed as a one-time, one-appointment only permanent application.

The Weston System® is a superior and permanent solution to hair loss that is non-surgical, produces immediate results, is virtually pain-free, requires no recuperation time, maintenance free is and less expensive than hair transplants.

About Mark Weston

Mark Weston learned cosmetic and fine art tattooing while in the Navy in the late 1970’s from Asian tattoo master Pinkey Lee in Hong Kong. Weston apprenticed under Mr. Lee where he was taught the art of custom needle making, the science of organic pigments and tattoo machine building. For decades, Weston had perfected this art and he has owned and operated several fine art tattoo studios before founding Artistry Concepts, LLC in 2006. His wide range of experience commencing in 1996 in the medical tattooing field included areola repigmentation for breast cancer survivors, vitiglio repigmentation and scar camouflage. Later adding micropigmentation (permanent cosmetics) and later followed by scalp pigmentation. Mark Weston is now a respected and world-renowned expert in the scalp micropigmentation field.

M. Weston Non-Surgical Hair Restoration Centers are presently located in Florida (Corporate Headquarters) and Maryland with several more opening in the next few months.

Weston is available for interview upon request.

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Privatimus to provide security awareness training at Edumondi – the German butler school

Jörg Schmidt, Managing Director of Edumondi and Sven Leidel, Partner of Privatimus

Training and expertise sharing will be part of Edumondi’s diversified and practice-oriented curriculum.

Security awareness is critically important for a butler and the entire household staff.”

— Sven Leidel, Partner of Privatimus

HAMBURG, GERMANY, April 28, 2017 / — HAMBURG, Germany – Privatimus, a provider of security consultation, risk mitigation and protection for family offices, high net worth individuals (HNWI) and corporate clients was selected to provide security awareness training at the prestigious German butler school Edumondi. The Privatimus training and expertise sharing will be part of Edumondi’s diversified and practice-oriented curriculum that attracts and educates students Europe-wide in household management and hospitality services as a professional butler.

Edumondi offers a broad and varied training program for future butlers, household managers or housekeepers that attaches the utmost importance to provide comprehensive sessions that are taught with the concept of hands-on, ‘real life’ situations. Privatimus’ contribution to the Edumondi extensive program is to provide security awareness and expertise in areas such as identifying surveillance activities from third parties, counter-surveillance techniques, how to prevent and measures to take in response to high-risk situations, handling social media and critical/confidential information.

“Security awareness is critically important for a butler and the entire household staff," commented Sven Leidel, Partner of Privatimus. “With their intensive interaction in the daily personal and social lives of the families and environments they are providing service for, in addition to regular contact with a range of external providers, it is imperative they are trained with the knowledge to best respond should unfavourable security circumstances arise.”

In addition to the on-site training courses, Privatimus will also perform pre-employment background checks on academy graduates and potential candidates that will be placed by Edumondi in homes of their HNWI/UHNWI clients. Edumondi will also train, advise and educate Privatimus Executive Protection Agents in areas of etiquette, protocol, personal management and communication.

Jörg Schmidt, Managing Director of Edumondi added: “This cooperation of two German market leaders in their areas of expertise provides a very powerful advantage to students of the Edumondi training program, combining the high quality of both services in our extensive curriculum.”

About Privatimus GmbH
We are a company of high integrity, scale and reach. Since 1993, our experts have provided security advice, risk mitigation and protection to family offices, wealth management firms, exposed persons, high net worth individuals (HNWI), groups, and corporate clients around the world. Everything we do in identifying risks, protection strategies, operational security or background checks must be executed with pinpoint precision.

Privatimus focuses on an exclusive group of high-profile clientele exposed in public due to their professional activities, family history and wealth, or because of general public interest. We have a worldwide network of experts who can work across cultures and time zones to help ensure our client’s personal interests are protected.

Life Demands Perfection.

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About Edumondi
The German butler school Edumondi, located in Stade near Hamburg (northern Germany) offers a full-time intensive program over 10 weeks or individual, flexible part-time courses in household management as a professional butler, household manager or housekeeper and draws students throughout Europe. Curriculum is taught in English and is based on the expertise of teachers who served in private households of high and ultra high net worth individuals (HNWI & UHNWI) and the upscale hospitality industry. Students learn not only theory but a practical, hands-on understanding of managing a private household and providing service in luxury hotels and resorts, embassies, cruise ships or yachts. Trainings take place at various luxurious locations in northern Germany (Hamburg + Berlin).

Edumondi offers the most various, diversified and practice-oriented curriculum Europe-wide.

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For additional information, please contact:

Privatimus GmbH
Sven Leidel, Partner
Flughafenstrasse 52 a|C
22335 Hamburg | Germany
+49 (0) 40 5272 1221 – 0

Jörg Schmidt, Geschäftsführer
c/o Inselrestaurant
Auf der Insel 1
21680 Stade | Germany
+49 (0) 4141 788301

Sven Leidel
Privatimus GmbH
+49 (0) 40 5272 1221 – 0
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Anaya, composer/producer at AnayaMusic

Brazilian artist Anaya’s album, Eternity, is nominated for Best Neo-Classical Album by the ZMR Awards

Eternity album award nomination

Eternity, by Anaya, received a Zone Music Awards nomination.

Renowned Brazilian New Age Composer/Producer Anaya's
Blissful Sonic Album – ETERNITY – Soars up the Global Airplay Charts; she is OWR's Artist of the Month.

I make music to fulfill a collective yearning shared by humanity for harmony, unity and balance. It has been an amazing journey of transcendence with and through musical arts.”

— Anaya

STUDIO CITY, CA, UNITED STATES, April 28, 2017 / — With the 2016 release of her spiritually empowering masterwork, Eternity, multi-talented Brazilian composer/producer Anaya achieved her childhood dream of playing alongside a live symphony orchestra for the first time. The unique production featured a virtual collaboration and real time recording in cyberspace between the artist’s label, AnayaMusic, in Brazil, a live symphony orchestra in Prague, and Steve Salani at Studios in Los Angeles.

Eternity’s current ZMR Awards nomination for Best Neo-Classical Album caps an incredible year of accolades and recognition for the renowned New Age relaxation/meditation artist. The collection is competing in the category with genre greats Terry Lee Nichols (At Peace Beneath the Shade of My Father’s Tree), Marc Enfroy (Crossroads), Helen Jane Long (Identity) and Samer Fanek (Wishful Thinking).

ZoneMusicReporter will host the ZMR Music Awards and Concert live in New Orleans, LA on May 13, 2017. The event will be held at Louis Roussel Hall on the campus of Loyola University, 6363 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70118; doors open at 7 p.m., showtime is 7:30 p.m. The show is preceded by a Meet-and-Greet on Friday night at The Vacherie; details on the weekend’s events, award nominees and presenters can be found at

In addition, Anaya will be the Artist of the Month in May, a feature interview on OneWorldRadio in the UK, which is championing Eternity. Following a recent interview with AvaLiveRadio in Florida, Eternity reached great heights on a variety of new age charts, including reaching #13 on iTunes’ iTop Chart and #1 on OneWorldMusic, NumberOneMusic and ReverbNation. The album also hit the Top Ten on several sites, including ZMR, and scored over 2.5M downloads via Song Alethea. In addition, the tracks “New Skies” and “Dharma” have earned approximately 1M views on Facebook, and Pandora’s Anaya Music station has increased its listenership significantly.

Eternity also received a great deal of critical acclaim. New Age music writer Michael Diamond shared, “While I have heard and enjoyed Anaya’s previous keyboard-based albums, her new release, Eternity, in collaboration with a live symphony orchestra, brings out the richness and dimension of her stirring compositions, taking her music to another level altogether. Anaya’s desire to elevate the human spirit is deeply felt in every note of this inspired recording.”

Speaking of her inspiration and process, Anaya says, “I make music to fulfill a collective yearning shared by humanity for harmony, unity and balance. It has been an amazing journey of transcendence with and through musical arts. The magic of music and the profound feelings of love are a divine instrument of perfection to give re-birth to our soul. Music is the sound of Light. Our best instrument is the universal harmony of being.”

Over the course of her career, which includes the more recent projects Devotion (2014) and Aligned in the Universe (2013), Anaya has passionately expressed her spirituality and the influence of her cultural roots through music, art and poetry. Her style captures the soothing, inspiring and energizing essence of Brazilian music, delivering a dynamic synthesis of new age, electronic and melodic trance influences and textures. She began creating her spirit/mind/heart based masterworks to facilitate relaxation and meditation, and is emerging as a timeless composer devoted to elevating the human spirit through music.

Zone Music Reporter, formerly New Age Reporter, is the Industry Source for radio airplay reports for a myriad of different musical styles. ZMR tracks radio airplay of both terrestrial and internet broadcast radio stations reporting their airplay from around the world. The site features weekly broadcaster playlists, monthly airplay charts, album reviews, and annual awards as voted upon by the international programmers. ZMR is the premier Record Charting site for radio airplay reports in the New Age, World, Solo Piano, Acoustic Instrumental, Ambient, Celtic, Chill, Contemporary Instrumental, Electronic, Folk, Jazz, Meditative/Healing, Neo-Classical, Native American, Relaxation, and Instrumental genres.

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ZMR Music Awards are a hugely popular awards event and concert amongst music industry professionals. A great many recording artists, performers, radio promoters, producers and a slew of industry executives travel from all corners of the globe to attend the weekend-long celebration, which has joined with InterContinental New Orleans as its official hotel partner again this year. Sponsors of the ZMR Awards have included Stella Artois and others; for information about this year’s event, please contact Daryl Portier or Ben Dugas at, 504-237-6368 (Daryl), 504-237-6367 (Ben), or email zonemusicreporter(at)yahoo(dot)com.
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