Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Submit an Event Listing Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC El Rvdmo. Carl Wright, recién ordenado y consagrado obispo sufragáneo para las Fuerzas Armadas y los ministerios federales, recibe el aplauso de la congregación reunida en la Catedral Nacional de Washington. Foto de Donovan Marks/Catedral Nacional de Washington.[Episcopal News Service — Washington, D.C.] Carl Wright, rector y ex capellán de la fuerza Aérea se convirtió el 11 de febrero en el obispo sufragáneo de la Iglesia Episcopal para las Fuerzas Armadas y los ministerios federales durante un oficio con nutrida presencia de obispos, clérigos, laicos y militares.El Rdo. Harold Lewis, rector emérito de la iglesia de El Calvario [Calvary Church] en Pittsburgh, Pensilvania, y mentor de Wright durante mucho tiempo, resaltó la pompa y precisión del oficio con enérgicas palabras durante su sermón pronunciado desde el púlpito de Cantórbery de la Catedral Nacional de Washington. Lewis le dijo a Wright que él estaba “a punto de entrar en un ministerio cuyos retos bien pueden ser únicos entre los de tus hermanas y hermanos obispos”.“A veces te encontrarás en una u otra Babilonia moderna, cantando la canción del Señor en una tierra extraña”, dijo Lewis. “Serás una paradoja viviente: habiendo sido un oficial que no porta armas, ahora eres un amante de la paz que ministra a los que se preparan para la guerra y la emprenden”.“Serás una paradoja viviente: habiendo sido un oficial que no porta armas, ahora eres un amante de la paz que ministra a los que se preparan para la guerra y la emprenden” le dijo el Rdo. Harold Lewis a Carl Wright en su sermón en la ordenación y consagración de este último como obispo sufragáneo para las Fuerzas Armadas y los ministerios federales el 11 de febrero en la Catedral Nacional de Washington. Foto de Mary Frances Schjonberg/ENS.Lewis le recordó a Wright que él y los capellanes a su cuidado ministran a “soldados, reclusos y veteranos” y a sus familias. Muchos de ellos padecen de estrés postraumático así como de lesiones morales, una afección “proveniente de experiencias que incluyen las dañinas secuelas de exponerse a la guerra, tanto como experiencias que profundamente transgreden creencias y expectativas morales sostenidas durante mucho tiempo”.Además, le recordó a Wright que debe ministrar a un microcosmos de la sociedad estadounidense, con un índice de suicidios mucho más alto que el resto de la población.Él instó a Wright, que se enjugaba los ojos sentado en el primer banco, a “ayudar a los que ministres a expresar y vivir conforme a su fe en Aquel que es llamado el Príncipe de la Paz”. Lewis se refirió a lo que estaba a punto de ocurrir durante la consagración o lo que él definió como “acaso el acto más dramático del repertorio litúrgico de la Iglesia”. La “banda de obispos enfundados en sus voluminosos roquetes con esas mangas insoportablemente abultadas” no tardarían en rodearlo y ocultarlo de la vista [de los demás] “de manera que no será del todo obvio para la congregación lo que se disponen a hacer”.“Mi oración por ti hoy es que al tiempo de asumir este nuevo ministerio, nunca, nunca le des a los fieles ninguna razón para creer que esos obispos se ocuparon de extraerte la columna vertebral”.Lewis añadió que él tenía fe en que Wright “ evitaría el superficial consejo que durante mucho tiempo le dieran a los obispos de que, para ser efectivos en ese cargo, todo lo que tenías que hacer era presentarte y revestirte”.El Rdo. Michael Barlowe, registrador de ordenaciones y consagraciones; la obispa sufragánea de la Diócesis de Los Ángeles Diane Jardine Bruce; el teniente coronel retirado de la fuerza Aérea John Symons; el comandante Mark Winward, capellán de la Armada y del Comando de Operaciones Especiales de EE.UU.; la Rda. Gay Clark Jennings, presidente de la Cámara de Diputados y la obispa auxiliar de Maryland Chilton Knudsen se preparan para su participación en el oficio. Foto de Mary Frances Schjonberg/ENS.Por el contrario, le dijo él a Wright, que “en una sociedad con exceso de religiones y teologías y espiritualidades para escoger, las cuales cada vez se parecen menos a la fe que una vez le fuera dada a los santos, y en una nación cuyos líderes manifiestan cada vez más la conducta arrogante, poco caritativa y egoísta que aquejó a los corintios y que llevó a Pablo a amonestarles por creerse más importantes de los que debían, harás bien, como soldado de la cruz que eres, en levantarte en defensa de Jesús”.El obispo primado Michael Curry fue el principal consagrante en la ordenación y consagración de Wright. Los tres últimos obispos sufragáneos [de las fuerzas Armadas] —James “Jay” Magness, George Packard y Charles Keyser— participaron como obispos consagrantes, como lo hizo el actual obispo de Maryland, Eugene Sutton; el 11º. Obispo de Maryland, A. Theodore Eastman y el Rdo. Richard Graham, obispo del Sínodo Metropolitano de Washington D.C. de la Iglesia Evangélica Luterana en América.Varios otros obispos episcopales participaron en la ceremonia de imposición de manos. Capellanes y oficiales de las Fuerzas Armadas, en servicio activo y jubilados, también desempeñaron papeles en el oficio.Wright era el rector de la iglesia episcopal de San Andrés [St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church] en Pasadena, Maryland, en la Diócesis de Maryland, cuando la Cámara de Obispos lo eligió el 20 de septiembre. En su carrera militar, él ha servido como subcapellán del Comando Global de la Fuerza Aérea en la base de este cuerpo en Barksdale, Luisiana. Nombrado capellán de la Fuerza Aérea desde 1993, Wright es miembro asociado de la orden religiosa anglicana de la Santa Cruz. Más información biográfica acerca de Wright puede encontrarse aquí.El Rvdmo. Carl Wright celebra la eucaristía el 11 de febrero en la Catedral Nacional de Washington. La Rda. Laren Welch, presidente de la Asociación de Diáconos Episcopales se encuentra a su izquierda. Foto de Donovan Marks/Catedral Nacional de Washington.El obispo sufragáneo [de las fuerzas Armadas] supervisa a los capellanes episcopales de los departamentos de Defensa y de Asuntos de los Veteranos y de la Dirección Federal de Prisiones. El Obispo, quien le rinde cuentas al Obispo Primado, debe avalar con su respaldo a las personas que han de ser capellanes de las Fuerzas Armadas. Información sobre los deberes del obispo puede encontrarse aquí.La ordenación y consagración de Wright en la Catedral Nacional de Washington se produjo al día siguiente de que él y otros se unieran a Curry para comenzar una vigilia de 24 horas por la paz que tuvo lugar en la Catedral y en otros lugares.La eucaristía en el Gran Coro, con la cual comenzó la vigilia, fue una reunión para orar “por la paz del mundo, por la paz entre las naciones y pueblos”, dijo Curry en su sermón. Era también, añadió él, una manera de dar gracias por el ministerio de Magness, el predecesor inmediato de Wright, y de orar por el nuevo ministerio de próximo séptimo obispo sufragáneo [de las Fuerzas Armadas].El obispo primado Michael Curry predica el 10 de febrero en el Gran Coro de la Catedral Nacional de Washington en un oficio eucarístico con el que comenzó una vigilia de 24 horas por la paz. La vigilia tuvo lugar antes de la ordenación y consagración del Ven. Carl Wright como obispo sufragáneo de la Iglesia para las Fuerzas Armadas y los ministerios federales. Foto de Danielle Thomas/Catedral Nacional de Washington.Curry también le dio gracias a la “Hermandad Episcopal de la Paz [EPF por su sigla en inglés] por su antiguo testimonio y su profética defensa de la paz de Dios en medio de los conflictos de la humanidad”.La eucaristía y la subsecuente vigilia en la Capilla en Recordación de la Guerra fue un empeño conjunto de la Hermandad Episcopal de la Paz y la Oficina de Ministerios Federales de la Iglesia Episcopal. La vigilia fue la cuarta de este tipo que se celebra. La primera tuvo lugar en 1990, cuando [el obispo sufragáneo de las Fuerzas Armadas] Keyser le pidió a la EPF que se le uniera en auspiciar una vigilia de oración por la paz 24 horas antes de su consagración. Hubo voluntarios que se presentaron hora tras hora para orar por la paz, tanto en la capilla como en algún otro local en torno a la iglesia.El evangelio para el oficio fue la versión de Mateo del final del Sermón del Monte en el cual Jesús le dice a sus escuchas que amen a sus enemigos y oren por los que les persiguen.“Jesús no dijo ‘apruébenlos’, no dijo ‘convengan con ellos’ y no dijo ‘déjenles hacer lo que quieran’, pero sí dijo ‘ámenlos’”, recalcó Curry.Kathy Boylan de la Casa de Obreras Católicas de Washington, D.C. vino a la eucaristía de la vigilia con dos fundas de almohadas convertidas en pancartas y puestas encima para protestar por la militarización de la capellanía de las Fuerzas Armadas y la cantidad de dinero de los contribuyentes que sostiene la guerra. El letrero a sus espaldas dice Impuestos federales = guerra, brutalidad policial, tortura, drones. No los pagues” . Ella luego le obsequió algunos materiales al obispo primado Michael Curry. Foto de Mary Frances Schjonberg/ENS.Jesús sintetiza toda su enseñanza en el Sermón del Monte, dijo Curry, y parte de la lección es que “bienaventuradas son las personas que se atreven a trabajar y laborar incesantemente noche y día por la paz del mundo”.Curry recordó la profecía de Isaías 2:1-4 de las espadas convertidas en arados y las lanzas en hoces. El Obispo Primado dijo que la visión de Isaías sostenía “la posibilidad de un nuevo mundo donde la inteligencia y la tecnología que podía usarse para destruir ahora se convertía en la inteligencia y la tecnología que se usaba para ayudar a Dios a crear el nuevo cielo y la nueva Tierra”.Para hacer esa visión una realidad, Jesús sigue enseñándonos sus caminos, dijo Curry. Cuando él nos enseña sus caminos, no se levantará nación contra nación. Cuando él nos enseña sus caminos, convertiremos las espadas en arados y nuestras lanzas en hoces”, afirmó. “Cuando él enseña sus caminos, aprenderemos el camino de la paz de manera que nuestros soldados no tengan que combatir.Señalando a un niño que dormía en el regazo de su madre, Curry dijo que él estaba describiendo una paz que garantizará que ese niño creciera en un mundo pacífico en el que todo hombre, mujer y niño “fuera tratado conforme a la ley y en todas sus relaciones como un igual hijo de Dios”.– La Rda. Mary Frances Schjonberg es redactora principal y reportera de Episcopal News Service. Traducción de Vicente Echerri. 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Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/895614/crn-house-alparchitecture-sarl Clipboard Switzerland Area: 145 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: Save this picture!© Christophe VoisinThe living spaces are all located on the ground floor and the and the living room has a double height under the apparent framework. A car-port and the technical room are located outside of the main volume to maximize the usable space. The rooms and a mezzanine with a balcony on the living are located on the first floor. Three terraces, all offering various qualities of space and sunshine allow to offer outside extensions to all the common spaces.Save this picture!© Christophe VoisinSave this picture!Ground FloorSave this picture!© Christophe VoisinSave this picture!1st Floor planSave this picture!© Christophe VoisinCompelled by a restraint time and costs limitation, the construction only lasted eight months. The local regulations imposing the use of wood and masonry with an equal share on the facades lead to the a reflection on the way to combine these two materials while avoiding the well-known models.Save this picture!© Christophe VoisinProject gallerySee allShow lessHow to Love BrutalismArchitecture BooksRem Koolhaas to Speak at Moscow Urban Forum 2018Architecture News Share 2015 CRN House / Alp’Architecture SàrlSave this projectSaveCRN House / Alp’Architecture SàrlSave this picture!© Christophe Voisin+ 15Curated by María Francisca González Share “COPY” Photographs: Christophe Voisin Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Other Participants:Laurent BersetCity:VollègesCountry:SwitzerlandMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Christophe VoisinRecommended ProductsWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsDoorsC.R. LaurenceCRL-U.S. Aluminum Entice Series Entrance SystemDoorsSolarluxBi-Folding Doors – EcolineEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsText description provided by the architects. Built on the fringe of the village of Vollèges, Wallis, Switzerland, this house benefits an amazing view on the valley of Entremont. Projects CopyHouses•Vollèges, Switzerland “COPY” Romain Pellissier ArchDaily Architects: Alp’Architecture Sàrl Area Area of this architecture project Photographs CRN House / Alp’Architecture Sàrl Lead Architects: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/895614/crn-house-alparchitecture-sarl Clipboard Manufacturers: swisspor, Gasser ceramic, Marmoran, Pramotton mobili CopyAbout this officeAlp’Architecture SàrlOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlass#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesVollègesSwitzerlandPublished on June 08, 2018Cite: “CRN House / Alp’Architecture Sàrl” 08 Jun 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Don’t Rush to Plant After Anhydrous Application Facebook Twitter Don’t Rush to Plant After Anhydrous ApplicationWith the month of May upon us, there is the temptation to rush planters into the field at the first opportunity. However, Bill Meacham warns that being too hasty has its dangers, “We recommend that growers wait at least 7 to 10 days after anhydrous application before they plant. This year there are growers who may be wanting to push that a bit.”While some producers were able to make application in March and early April, for many others flooding during April kept them from getting any field preparation done. Meacham says this year, with wet conditions, crops may be especially susceptible to anhydrous injury, “In wet soils, those knifes do not always go deep enough and put a lot of the anhydrous in the seed some where it can cause injury and yield reduction.”Share your planting timetable with us. That is the question in this week’s Pioneer Poll. You will find it on our web site and the HAT e-newsletter. SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Don’t Rush to Plant After Anhydrous Application SHARE By Gary Truitt – Apr 26, 2018 Facebook Twitter Previous articleIndiana Remains a Top State for Cover CropsNext articleAg Officials Respond to Granted ‘Hardship’ Waivers from EPA Gary Truitt
NewsLocal NewsTeenager rescued from river on New Year’s DayBy admin – January 2, 2013 613 WhatsApp Email Twitter A TEENAGE girl was rescued from the River Shannon shortly after 7am on New Year’s Day after she was pulled to safety by two members of the Limerick Fire and Rescue service who entered the water during the rescue bid. The alarm was raised in the early hours of New Year’s Day and three tenders of the fire brigade attended the scene at Thomond Bridge. Two specially trained swift water swimmers of the Limerick Fire and Rescue service brought the girl to safety and she was transferred to the Limerick Regional Hospital where she was treated for hypothermia.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Facebook Print Advertisement Meantime, a fire at a third floor apartment at Market Place, High Street left two people hospitalised on New Year’s day after they suffered smoke inhalation prior to their rescue. The scene was attended by three tenders of the Limerick Fire and Rescue Service shortly after 9am and the fire was quickly brought under control. The pair were transferred to the Limerick Regional Hospital and treated for their injuries. Linkedin Previous articleGame – it tells a great storyNext articleGovernment to hear submissions on ABC judgement admin
Aiming for a total turnaroundOn 4 Nov 2004 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Oil companies are no strangers to criticism. The typical charge sheet tells of large organisations throwing their money around with no thought of how it affects people and the environment.For Total, the world’s fourth largest oil company, recent headlines have been particularly embarrassing. Last month, French police detained several of the company’s current and former executives for questioning as part of an investigation into suspected bribes paid to foreign government officials in exchange for access to oil in Iraq and Russia.But having worked so hard to restore its reputation after the long-running scandal over corruption at Elf, which it acquired in 1999, Total is in no mood to let the latest allegations disrupt business.As head of HR for Total UK, the company’s UK refining and marketing division, Aidan Dwan is acutely aware of the challenges the company faces in getting its message across to both the public and prospective employees.“Oil companies are seen as big, bad organisations, but part of our role is overcoming that,” he said. “We are trying to distinguish ourselves, for both our relationship with the community and by being seen as an employer of choice.”Speaking from his office in Watford, Dwan talked about some of the initiatives HR has put in place, in part, to improve the perception of the company as a good place to work.“If we are honest, our brand is not as well known in the UK as Shell, BP and Esso, so it is not as easy to recruit,” he said. “We have to compete by being fleet of foot. CSR [corporate social responsibility] is also important.”Dwan said that CSR is an important part of Total UK brand positioning. “It shows we are interested in the community and the customer,” he said.In the past 12 months, Total UK has introduced ‘Pedal Power’, which gives employees a 50 per cent discount on bicycles from Halfords, and the Government’s Home Com- puting Initiative, which offers discounted computers for home use.Moreover, in what Dwan referred to as “more real” CSR, a number of Total UK employees have been regularly volunteering at the Watford Learning Centre, where local children with learning difficulties are taught numeracy, literacy and IT skills.“Financial help is fine, but engagement of staff gives just as much impact,” he said. “People might think a company giving a bit of its profit doesn’t mean much, but staff regularly doing work for a charity is more tangible.”In an effort to remind staff about the company’s commitment to people, Total UK is entering the Sunday Times’ ‘Best Companies To Work For’ award, Dwan revealed.“It is a chance to communicate the benefits that staff don’t always think about, such as maternity and paternity leave, holiday arrangements and pension plans – all of which are significantly above the norm,” he said. “Staff are probably only sub-consciously aware of the value of their benefits.”Dwan, a qualified lawyer who began his career in the legal profession before moving into industrial relations, logistics and then HR, places heavy emphasis on communication, something he said is often conspicuous by its absence in HR.“I never aspired to be in HR,” he said. “I was a severe critic when I was younger, the lack of transparency being one of the worst aspects. We try and communicate as much as we can – the management operates an open-door policy, and we have a Q&A section on the intranet where answers are promised within seven days.”The concept of moving in between business functions is actively promoted at Total UK. “We encourage staff to move about and lots have worked in different areas – the general HR manager, for example, started as a forecourt manager and went up the retail route,” Dwan said.“We value people who want to get exposed to the business. We are in a complex business and we need people who understand it. It is a hazardous product and the more exposed people are to different aspects, the better it is.”The idea of keeping people fresh by moving them about isn’t typical for the oil industry, where many employees spend their career working their way up in one function, such as engineering.But, in many ways, Total’s UK operation today is not that of a typical oil company. After the three-way merger between Total, Elf and Petrofina in 1999, the decision was taken to move to a completely new headquarters in Watford.This move, and the synergies created by the merger, meant that around half of the head office employees at Total UK left the company. And all the new staff came in without preconceived ideas about the industry, Dwan said.The combined total of the three HR departments was cut by a third, down to around 25 staff, but the merger also created opportunities, he added. “The merger created a focus on HR that has been maintained since then. I have a seat on the top table, reporting directly to the managing director, having a real impact on the business.”While Dwan admitted there are still challenges to overcome, in areas such as diversity and the retention of hourly-paid staff, he said he is happy in what he described as a “fun job”.While this demeanour could be attributed to the typically blind optimism of a Manchester City football fan, anybody who travels from Worcester Park in Surrey to Watford on the notoriously unreliable Silverlink rail line everyday clearly relishes his role. Related posts:No related photos.
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In case of any such default and entry by Licensor, Licensor may relet said premises for the remainder of said term for the highest rent obtainable and may recover from Licensee any deficiency between the amount so obtained, and the rent hereinabove reserved. Failure on the part of Licensor to avail himself of any right or remedy hereunder shall not constitute a waiver thereof as to any future default or breach by Licensee, his heirs and assigns. Licensor has the right to recover any attorney fees incurred arising out of a breach of this License.42. ASSIGNMENT OF LICENSE:Licensee shall not have the right to assign, sub-license, mortgage, pledge or otherwise transfer this Agreement or Licensee’s rights and obligations herein without the prior written consent of Licensor (a “Licensee Assignment”). A Change of Control (as defined herein) of the Team, whether as a result of a merger, share exchange, consolidation, asset sale, acquisition, formation of any partnership or joint venture or otherwise, shall constitute a Licensee Assignment requiring the Licensor’s prior written approval. A “Change of Control” will be deemed to have taken place if (i) more than fifty percent (50%) of the beneficial ownership or voting securities of the Licensee or any surviving entity (including any entity that is a permitted transferee of the Licensee) is held by any one or more parties that do not own more than fifty percent (50%) of the beneficial ownership in or voting securities of the Licensee as of the date hereof; (ii) the Licensors or stockholders of the Licensee approve a sale or transfer of substantially all of the assets of the Licensee to any person or entity that is not a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Licensee or an entity controlled by the persons currently owning fifty percent (50%) or more of the beneficial ownership of the Licensee, or a liquidation or dissolution of the Licensee; (iii) the beneficial Licensors of the Licensee as of the Effective Date enter into voting or other contractual agreements that effectively transfer control over the operations of the Licensee or the policy-making authority over Licensee’s affairs to any other individual, trust, estate, partnership, joint venture, company, corporation, association, limited liability company, or any other legal entity or business or enterprise (“Person”) not a beneficial Licensor as of the Effective Date; or (iv) a transfer of the League franchise operated by Licensee to another Person other than the Licensee.Licensor may assign this Agreement to the City of Evansville, Indiana (the “City”) or its designee, provided that the City (or such designee) assumes in writing the obligations of Licensor under this Agreement. This Agreement and all the terms, conditions and covenants hereof, shall, subject to the foregoing limitations as to assignment, inure to the benefit of and bind the parties hereto and their respective successors and permitted assigns.43. LICENSOR AND LICENSEE SEPARATE ENTITIES: Licensor and Licensee hereby agree, stipulate and recognize that in entering into this contract and License agreement, (1) Necessary set-ups and changeover for the Games or Licensee Events, including but not limited to ice manufacturing and resurfacing, set up of goalnets and dasherboards, and all other equipment and facilities reasonably required for League games (the “Changeover”). The parties agree that the schedule of Changeovers shall be determined by Licensor in consultation with the Team, with the goal of maximizing Arena revenues and minimizing Arena expenses for such Changeovers. The cost of any Changeovers (including without limitation the cost of Changeover crew) accomplished specifically to accommodate the Team’s practice schedule, will be paid by Licensee or reimbursed to the Licensor by Licensee, except for those Game day practices which are included in the Team’s use of the Arena for the presentation of home games as identified in Section 8 herein; (2) Upon request by Licensee, Licensor shall arrange, at Licensee’s expense, Season games at no cost to suite or loge seat holders or to the Licensor. Tickets for end of the season playoff games will be made available for suite and loge seat holders purchase and will be priced at a dollar value no greater than the dollar value of the admission ticket for access to respective Arena seats located in the first five (5) rows below the first row of Suites and Loge Seats.(2) Club Seats: Licensor shall have the right to sell a personal seat license (“PSL”) for each seat in Sections 105 and 106. Licensor shall retain all revenue relating to the sale of PSLs, and Licensor shall retain all revenue relating to the sale of tickets to Games in the Club Seats. Club Seat admission tickets to Games will be priced at a dollar value no greater than the dollar value of the admission ticket plus the PSL fee. Licensee agrees to offer the same ticket discount packages including season ticket and mini season ticket discounts to Licensor’s Club Seat guests. These discount packages will be priced at a dollar value no greater than the dollar value of the admission ticket packages for access to respective Arena seatsi. COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS: Licensee’s use and/or distribution of bartered and complimentary tickets for each Game or Licensee Event shall be subject to notice to Manager. Without limiting the foregoing, Licensee may not issue more than 1,000 complimentary tickets for any Game or Licensee Event without Manager’s prior approval, which shall not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed. The FMF shall be assessed against all tickets sold to any Games or Licensee Events and all complimentary tickets given to trade vendors or any other persons, except for complimentary tickets given by Licensee for charitable purposes.27. REFUND OF TICKET REVENUE: Licensor reserves the right to make determination of ticket refunds in keeping with the facility’s policy of retaining public faith. This shall include, but is not limited to, seats blocked by equipment when exchange for comparable location is not possible, failure of equipment, or failure of the game to start within a reasonable amount of time as scheduled. Licensor shall have the right and Licensee consents thereto deduct from the Box Office Receipts all funds due and owing the Licensor arising under the terms of this License.28. COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL: Licensee shall assume all costs and obligations arising from Licensee’s use of patented and/or copyrighted materials, equipment, devices, musical processes or dramatic rights furnished or used or incorporated in the conduct of the event. Licensee agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Licensor and its duly authorized representatives from all damages, costs, expenses, including attorney’s fees, for or on account of Licensee’s use of any patented and/or copyrighted materials, equipment, devices, music, processes or dramatic rights furnished or used by the Licensee in connection with the event. Licensee shall obtain and pay for all appropriate BMI, ASCAP, and SESAC licenses for the presentation.29. CONCESSIONS/CATERING: Licensor reserves all rights not specifically 15 (7) Subject to all common access, safety and security rules and regulations 1 (2) Arena Staffing (as defined herein) services. Licensor and Licensee shall meet at least weekly during each League Season, unless the parties agree otherwise, to discuss reasonable staffing levels. Licensor shall then determine in its discretion the reasonable staffing levels necessary to adequately and reasonably staff the Arena (at levels comparable to the staffing provided for other comparable events held at the Arena with similar levels of attendance) to provide services to spectators at Games or Licensee Events for the efficient and safe presentation of the Games or Licensee Events and in accordance with any applicable League requirements, such staffing to include, without limitation, the services of the following staff and 4 personnel: ice resurfacer drivers, ushers, doormen, emergency medical technicians (for patrons only), security guards and supervisors, police detail, change-over crew, ticket takers, and ticket sellers and box office services for the day or evening of each Game or Licensee Event, and any other event operational staff and personnel deemed reasonably necessary by Licensor for the efficient and safe presentation of the Games or Licensee Event or to comply with League requirements (collectively, the “Arena Staffing”). Licensee shall be responsible for all Game day or Licensee Event production costs. Licensor shall provide at Licensee’s expense, the staffing required for Game day or Licensee Event staff, including but not limited to sound system operators, spotlight operators, and other technical equipment operators. Licensor agrees to consult with Licensee on staffing levels, but all final staffing level decisions will be determined by Licensor in its sole 21 (3) The use on Game and Licensee Event days, and on such other days as the parties may mutually agree, of a commercial grade washer and dryer in the Arena, the Licensee acknowledging that the washer and dryer will not be located within the Team locker room; 5. ITEMS PROVIDED BY LICENSOR. In connection with each Game or Licensee Event to which this Agreement applies, Licensor shall furnish or arrange to be furnished at its own expense unless otherwise indicated, the following:The Arena, including the Arena’s floor, seating facilities and access areas, the public address system, sound system, scoreboards, game clocks, available locker/dressing rooms for the visiting team and referees, broadcast areas, and such other parts or areas of the Arena as may be reasonably necessary for Licensee to present, play and broadcast the game or Licensee Event, provided that for Team practices, access and use shall be limited to those systems and areas reasonably necessary for the conduct of such practice;A locker room for use by the Team during Games, Licensee Events, and Team Practices, provided that Licensor may utilize said locker room upon reasonable notice to the Licensee at times and in connection with events in the Arena when use is not required by the Team for use under the terms of this agreement. The Team’s locker room shall be built-out with basic flooring, locker room millwork, seating area, finished walls including paint, and plumbing. Licensor makes no representations as to the condition of such space, which shall be provided in “as is” condition. Licensee may, at its sole expense, further finish or equip such space as it deems necessary or desirable in its reasonable discretion, provided that Licensee shall not commence any such work without the prior written approval of Licensor (which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, except with respect to changes to the physical structure of the locker room area, for which Licensor’s approval may be granted or withheld in its sole discretion);Goal nets and dasherboards and glass required by League rules and regulations for the presentation of the Games or Licensee Events, and safety netting for spectators;One (1) ice resurfacer and one (1) backup ice resurfacer, both of which will be available for use before and during Games or Licensee Events (if one of the ice resurfacers is not operational at any time, then only one ice resurfacer shall be required to be furnished until such time as the other ice resurfacer can be repaired or replaced, as necessary), which shall be operated exclusively by Arena staff, Licensor being responsible for normal preparation, including conversion to and from ice, maintenance and cleaning the ice surface before, during, and after all Games and Team Practices, including the League’s requirements for overtime and shootouts;Licensee’s Team Hockey Equipment Manager or Designee shall be given reasonable access to the Arena for equipment pickup and drop off and other Team requirements as reasonably necessary, including on non-Game days;f. EXHIBIT “A” SCHEDULING PROCEDURESA. Scheduling Generally.Licensee acknowledges that scheduling priority shall be given to the University of Evansville Men’s and Women’s Basketball Games (collectively, the “UE Basketball Games”). Once Licensor and Licensee determine the schedule for any Games (as contemplated by Section B below), however, Licensor shall not preempt the same as a result of any such scheduling conflict(s), except for conflicts with the UE Basketball Games, which preemption shall not exceed two (2) times during any League Season in any year under the Term of this Agreement. If at any time after the parties have agreed on the final schedule for the Games, as provided in Section B below, the Arena becomes unavailable on any proposed Game day, due to Licensor’s decision to exercise the preemption provisions herein, Licensor shall pay Licensee the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00) as liquidated damages and as payment in full satisfaction of all obligations and liabilities of the Licensor for the preemption of such Game. Licensee shall be permitted to reschedule the preempted game or games during the League Season after consultation with the League and the Licensor. If Licensee does not conduct a Game or other Licensee Event on a date scheduled (a “Cancellation”), and if Licensee has given Licensor less than sixty (60) days prior written notice of Cancellation of a Friday or Saturday Game or Licensee Event, or less than thirty (30) days prior written notice of Cancellation of a Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday Game or Licensee Event, then Licensee shall pay Licensor a cancellation fee of Eight Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($8,500.00) (the “Cancellation Fee”), whether or not the cancelled Game or other Licensee Event is rescheduled for a later date. If rescheduled, Licensee shall remain obligated to pay the full License Fee and all other amounts due and payable with respect to the rescheduled Game or other Licensee Event, and shall not be entitled to apply the Cancellation Fee toward any such amounts unless the Game or Licensee Event was rescheduled due to weather conditions or other acts of God. If Licensee does give Licensor at least sixty (60) days prior written notice of Cancellation of a Friday or Saturday Game or Licensee Event, or at least thirty (30) days prior written notice of Cancellation of a Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday Game or Licensee Event, or if the cancellation was due to weather conditions or other acts of God, then Licensee shall pay Licensor the Cancellation Fee of Eight Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($8,500.00), but if the cancelled Game or other Licensee Event is rescheduled for a later date, Licensor shall give the Licensee a credit equal to the Cancellation Fee, which shall be applied against the License Fee for the rescheduled Game or Licensee Event. Licensee shall not be entitled to a refund of any unused portion of such credit and may not apply any unused credit against any other amounts owed by Licensee hereunder. Licensee shall remain obligated to pay all other amounts due and payable with respect to the rescheduled Game or other Licensee Event.B. Game Scheduling Procedures.Subject to the provisions of Section A above:1. Exhibition and Regular Season. Licensor will make its best efforts to adhere to the relevant League process for the scheduling of Games for any forthcoming season. Licensee acknowledges that Licensor may hold other events on the day of Games, provided such other events do not unreasonably interfere with the Games. (6) Licensor will exercise all reasonable efforts to maintain the Arena in a good and proper operating condition including, without limitation, regular hockey glass cleaning and maintenance, reasonable wear and tear excepted and in accordance with Licensor’s obligations under this Agreement. Licensee shall provide Licensor with prompt notice of any areas within the Arena identified by Licensee as being in need of maintenance and repair; If Licensee shall use the Licensed premises for practice time on the holidays of Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Day, with such practice time not being on a game day, Licensee shall pay to Licensor any additional costs to prepare the Licensed premises and stage the practice, plus the rental amount herein above set out.8. SCHEDULES AND SCHEDULE CHANGES: Licensor reserves the right to make final determination of the scheduling of game dates, practice dates, training dates and any other use dates as required by Licensee during the term of this License agreement. Licensee agrees to furnish to Licensor a schedule of games to be played during the Hockey Season. Licensee agrees to give Licensor prompt and immediate written notice of any cancellation of any of its games as scheduled, or of any changes in the schedule.The parties shall determine home Game dates for each Hockey Season as provided on Exhibit A. Licensor retains the right to substitute dates for concerts and major events. Licensee agrees to provide the thirty (30) priority dates by the date set by the League of each year. Licensee agrees to provide Licensor with a confirmed home game schedule by April 15th of each year prior to the upcoming season. After April 15th, prior to the upcoming season, Licensor reserves the right to allocate any dates that are not confirmed for the upcoming season to other facility users.9. INDEMNITY:a. Licensee shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Licensor, City of Evansville, Indiana, the Manager, the Evansville-Vanderburgh County Building Authority and any present or future lender providing financing to the Licensor in connection with the construction or operation of the Arena, and their respective successors and assigns, and each of their respective Licensors, agents, officers, directors, employees and representatives (collectively, “Indemnitees”) from and against (i) any and all claims, suits, losses, injuries, damages, liabilities and expenses (including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses) and costs of investigation (whether or not litigation occurs) (collectively, “Losses”), occasioned in connection with, or arising or alleged to arise from, wholly or in part, any breach by Licensee of any of its representations, warranties, covenants or agreements contained herein and (ii) any and all Losses occasioned in connection with, or arising or alleged to arise from, wholly or in part, (A) the acts or omissions, or violation of any applicable law, rule, regulation or order, of or by Licensee, or any of its agents, officers, directors, members, managers, representatives, contractors, employees, servants, players, guests, invitees, participants or performers appearing at the Games or other events Licensee is permitted to host hereunder (including Licensee’s support personnel in connection with the presentation of the Games or other events Licensee is permitted to host hereunder), patrons, persons assisting Licensee (whether on a paid or voluntary basis) or any person admitted to the Arena by Licensee, at any time while the Arena (or any part thereof) is being used by or for the benefit of Licensee or is under the control of Licensee, or (B) Licensee’s exercise of the privileges herein granted, except to the extent any such Losses were caused by the negligence of Licensor and/or its employees or agents. It is the intent of this Agreement that this indemnity provision insureds prior to any adverse modification or termination of any such policy.Certificates of all insurance required pursuant to this Section 25 shall be provided to Licensor upon execution hereof and not less than thirty (30) days prior to each League Season during the Term.LICENSOR SHALL HAVE THE ABSOLUTE RIGHT TO TERMINATE THIS AGREEMENT FOLLOWING WRITTEN NOTICE TO LICENSEE AND LICENSEE’S FAILURE TO CURE WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS DELIVERY OF THE CERTIFICATE OR CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE REQUIRED HEREUNDER, LICENSOR SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO REQUIRE ANY GAME OR OTHER LICENSEE EVENT TO BE CANCELLED OR POSTPONED IN THE EVENT THE INSURANCE REQUIRED HEREUNDER IS NOT IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT ON THE DAY OF SUCH GAME OR LICENSEE EVENT. IN THE EVENT OF ANY SUCH TERMINATION, CANCELLATION, OR POSTPONEMENT BY LICENSOR, THERE SHALL BE NO FURTHER LIABILITY OF WHATSOEVER KIND OR NATURE BY LICENSOR TO LICENSEE, AND LICENSOR SHALL RETAIN THE RIGHT TO PROCEED WITH A LEGAL ACTION AGAINST LICENSEE TO RECOVER ANY AND ALL DAMAGES AND/OR LOSS OF PROFITS SUSTAINED BY LICENSOR OR LICENSOR BY REASON OF LICENSEE’S DEFAULT HEREUNDER.26. OPERATION OF BOX OFFICE: Licensee agrees that Licensor shall have the exclusive right to operate the Box Office and control the proceeds from the sale of all tickets of the Licensee, except Season Ticket Sales and Group Sales tickets which shall be sold and controlled by Licensee. For purposes of this Agreement, “Group Sales” shall mean any sale of 10 or more tickets for a single game in a single transaction. “Season Ticket Sales” shall mean a sale in a single transaction of tickets to one-half (1/2) of the Games or more. Licensor shall refer all inquiries regarding Group Sales or Season Ticket Sales to Licensee’s sales office, and Licensee shall refer all inquiries regarding individual game sales to the Box Office. Licensor and Licensee agree to settle with one another no later than seventy-two (72) hours after they have exchanged all information necessary for settlement.TICKETS. The Licensor shall at all times maintain control of tickets including but not limited to individual game tickets, scrip and coupons and direction of the ticket office, ticket personnel, and ticket sales revenue until settlement, excepting Season Ticket Sales and Group Sales. All advance ticket sales must be administered by Licensor’s agent, currently Ticketmaster. Involvement by other agents/parties in ticket sales and distribution is strictly prohibited.CHARGES: The Licensor shall provide ticket facilities. Licensor shall charge three percent (3%) of gross ticket sales sold by the box office to Licensee and for that purpose Licensor shall receive three percent (3%) of the gross proceeds from imposed on all users of those areas, Licensor will use its best efforts to accommodate one team bus and between 10 and 25 passenger car sized vehicles in the rear of the Arena at no extra charge during Games, Practices, and Licensee Events.; The presentation and play of Licensee’s entire home schedule of pre-season and regular season men’s professional ice hockey league games (“Games”) during the Term, subject to the terms and conditions set forth below.Team practices (“Team Practices”) subject to the terms and conditions set forth before and subject to scheduling availability.Any home playoff league games of the Team (“Team Playoff Games”);Hosting of any league all star games awarded Licensee (“Team Hosted All Star Games”) subject to the terms and conditions set forth below and subjectto scheduling and availability.(The Team Playoff Games and Team Hosted League All Star Games are hereinafter referred to as “Licensee Events”). Nothing contained herein shall be construed to prohibit Licensor from licensing the Ford Center for use by high school youth or other local amateur hockey teams.Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to permit public uses of the Ford Center without Licensor’s prior written consent.3. TERM OF AGREEMENT. Term of this Agreement shall be for a term of five (5) years beginning effective [October 1, 2016 and expiring September 30, 2021] (the “Term”), and shall be for [twenty-eight (28)] regular season home hockey games per year or such additional games as may be established by the League plus exhibition and playoff games and practice times mutually agreed to by the parties, all subject to arrangement of all dates and times between Licensor and Licensee as provided in Paragraph 8.4. ITEMS TO BE PROVIDED BY LICENSEE. In connection with Licensee Events to which this Agreement applies, and to the extent applicable, Licensee shall pay, furnish or arrange to be furnished, at its own expense, the following:A men’s professional ice hockey game between the Team and a League opponent, in conformity with and sanctioned by League rules and regulations;Equipment and uniforms for the Team players (“Team Equipment”);Coaches and any assistant coaches;Trainers and medical personnel for the players;Referees, linesmen, gatekeepers, and any other necessary on-ice or off-ice officials;Timekeepers, scorekeepers, game clock operators, and public address announcers, all of whom shall receive training in operations to the satisfaction of Licensor;Catering for the press or others for whom Licensee desires to provide refreshment, purchased from Arena catering or concessionaires, and special badges and signage;Soap, towels and related locker room items; for a sign vendor selected by Licensee and reasonably acceptable to Licensor to apply sponsor logos and messages to the Arena dasher boards, subject to the provisions of Section 35 below. Licensee shall be responsible for all expenses associated with producing sponsor logos for, and affixing the same to the dasher boards. Licensee shall further be solely responsible for all costs incurred by Licensor as a result of any changes in advertising copy, a change in position, television restrictions or any other cause; 16. NON-EXCLUSIVE RIGHT: Licensor shall retain the right to use and license the use of the facility not under License by this Agreement.17. INTERMISSIONS: Licensee agrees to have a minimum of two (2) intermissions of not less than fifteen (15) minutes duration during each game. During each intermission a minimum period of eight (8) minutes is to be left without promotional activities, entertainment, or any other activity which would discourage guests from going to Licensor’s concession stands.18. PRESS BOX & MEDIA ROOMS: Space in the Press Box and Media Rooms shall not be sold by Licensee and access to the Press Box and Media Rooms shall be limited to media members and other personnel approved by Licensor.19. AISLES CLEAR: Licensee will not permit chairs or removable seats to be or remain in the passageways, and will keep all passageways clear at all times.20. NO OBSTRUCTION OF SIDEWALK, AND OTHER PASSAGEWAYS: No portion of the sidewalks, entries, passages, vestibules, halls, elevators, and all ways of access to public utilities of said premises shall be obstructed by Licensee nor used for any purpose other than for ingress to and egress from the demised premises. Doors, stairways and house lighting attachments shall not be obstructed by Licensee. Water closet and water apparatus will not be used for any purpose other than that for which they were constructed, and no sweepings, rubbish, rags, paper or other substances shall be thrown therein and any damage resulting from misuse of any nature or character whatever shall be paid by Licensee.21. SEATING CAPACITY: In no event shall tickets for said games be sold or disposed of in excess of the seating capacity of the Arena. Capacity of the Arena shall be determined by the Evansville Fire Department/Indiana State Fire Marshal.22. FIRE WATCH: In the event that Licensees event includes pyro, indoor fireworks, fog, smoke or anything that requires that any part of Licensors fire alarm system to be turned off, a fire watch will be required. Prior to the opening of the doors to the public through the completion of the event, a City of Evansville fireman must be present. The hiring of all Fire Department personnel must be done through the Licensor. The Licensor must be notified at least two weeks prior to the time when fire watch personnel will be needed. Licensee agrees to pay all fire watch charges when due.23. EXTRA HELP: Licensee shall furnish at its expense all extra personnel required for handling of baggage, supplies or equipment of Licensee or other help as required not provided by Licensor as set forth herein.24. QUIT PREMISES: In the event the Licensed premises are not vacated by Licensee at the end of the Term, then Licensor shall be, and is hereby authorized to remove from said premises, at the expense of Licensee, goods, wares, merchandise and property, of any and all kinds and descriptions, which may be then occupying the Arena, and said Licensor shall not be liable for any damages or loss to said goods, wares, merchandise or other property which may be discretion; PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THE FOREGOING SHALL NOT BE CONSTRUED AS A WARRANTY, REPRESENTATION OR GUARANTEE AS TO THE ADEQUACY OR EFFECTIVENESS OF ANY LEVEL OF SUCH STAFFING OR SECURITY MEASURES, FOR ALL OF WHICH, LICENSOR IS HEREBY EXPRESSLY RELEASED AND EXCULPATED BY LICENSEE; 8 FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail 9 sustained, either by reason of such removal or the place to which they may be removed, and the Licensor is hereby expressly released from any and all claims for damages of whatever kind or nature.25. INSURANCE: Licensee shall obtain, at its own cost and expense, and maintain in full force and effect during the Term, with insurance companies currently rated A-XII or better by Best’s Key Rating Guide, a minimum of the following insurance:Comprehensive General Liability Insurance in the name of Licensee, which insures all operations of Licensee contemplated by this Agreement and the contractual assumption of liability reflected by this Agreement. Such General Liability Insurance shall be written with a limit of at least Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) combined single-limit per occurrence and Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) in the aggregate (which may be in the form of umbrella coverage) for bodily injury and property damage liability, personal injury liability, and coverage for all acts and omissions of any employees, agents or players or any contractors or subcontractors retained by Licensee. Such policy shall stipulate that such insurance is primary of any valid and collectable insurance maintained by any of the foregoing entities, for any claim(s) arising in connection with the Games or Licensee Events or use of the Arena and that Licensee’s insurance carrier will not seek indemnification from any of the foregoing’s insurance carriers for any such claim(s);Special Form (“all risks”) property insurance against loss or damage to Licensee’s property in the Arena, in an amount equal to the replacement cost of such property;Statutorily required workers’ compensation and employer’s liability insurance respecting its players and employees and other personnel whose services are contemplated by this Agreement, with statutory benefits and limits which shall fully comply with all federal, state and local requirements applying to this insurance.All such policies of Licensee (other than the workers’ compensation policy) shall list the City of Evansville, Indiana, the Licensor, the Evansville- Vanderburgh Building Authority and the Manager, and each of their respective agents, officers, directors, employees, and representatives as additional insureds. To the extent commercially available on commercially reasonable terms, all such policies of Licensee shall be endorsed to provide that the underwriters and insurers of Licensee shall not have any rights of subrogation against the City of Evansville, Indiana, the Licensor, the Evansville-Vanderburgh Building Authority, the Manager, any present or future lender providing financing to the Licensor in connection with the construction and/or operation of the Arena or any of their respective officers, directors, Licensors, employees, or agents. Further, all such policies of Licensee shall provide for thirty (30) days’ notice to all additional 10 and material basis and shall be added to the Licensee’s event settlement as a game expense. The Licensor retains the right of approval for all message content.Licensor has granted exclusive pouring rights, beer sponsorship/advertising, casino sponsorship, automobile sales sponsorship or automobile manufacturing sponsorship. No non-alcoholic beverages, beer, casino, or automobile sponsorship/advertising may be advertised by Licensee; provided, however, that upon the prior written consent of Licensor, which shall not be unreasonably withheld, Licensee may advertise for the exclusive advertisers of the Arena.The Licensor retains the right at no cost to either the Licensor or the Licensee to run ten percent (10%) of the commercial/sponsorship messages on the video board and scoreboard during the Licensee’s events during mutually agreed upon times during the game.38. PROMOTIONAL/MARKETING: Licensor and Licensee agree to cooperatively execute advertising and marketing activities designed to promote building services, Licensee’s events and other upcoming Ford Center events to Licensee’s event attendees and season ticket holders.Licensee agrees that marketing activities will include an interactive guest-based mobile text message from Licensor’s text messaging service at Licensee’s games. Participants will receive a text message bounce back with a call-to-action to subscribe to Licensor’s mobile test message alert club. Licensee and Licensor agree that text message based promotions may involve Team promotions, a concessions item giveaway, or other promotions to be mutually determined by Licensor’s and Licensee’s marketing and promotions staff. Licensee and Licensor agree that text message based promotions will include the coordination of Licensor’s ribbon boards, scoreboard and public address announcements to activate the promotion. Any promotions made on Licensor’s request shall be at Licensor’s sole cost.Licensee agrees to provide Licensor access to its season ticketholders subscriber database for e-mail blasts to assist with the promotion of Ford Center events.39. LOST ARTICLES: Licensor shall have the sole right and responsibility to collect and have custody of articles left in the facility by persons attending any event in the facility.40. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE: For the purposes of this License, time shall be of the essence.41. DEFAULT: If said rent or any monies due the Licensor, or any part thereof, shall at any time be in arrears and unpaid for a period of fourteen (14) days, and without any demand being made therefor; or if said Licensee, or its assigns, shall fail to keep and perform any of the covenants, agreement or conditions of this License agreement, on its part to be kept and performed, and such default is not cured within fourteen (14) days after written notice from Licensor setting forth the nature of such default; or if said Licensee shall be adjudged as bankrupt, or shall make an assignment for the benefit of creditors, or if the interest of said Licensee hereunder shall be sold under execution, reorganization or other legal process, or if Licensee shall file a voluntary petition 11 replace the equipment or skating surface shall be in the sole discretion of the Licensor. The Licensor and the Licensee waive any right at law or equity to pursue any claim that it may have for damages because of the decision of the Licensor not to replace or repair the equipment.12. CONTROL OF PREMISES: In renting said space to Licensee, Licensor does not relinquish the right to control the management thereof, and to enforce all necessary and proper rules for the management and operation of the same and the City of Evansville Redevelopment Commission, its deputies, and its Manager may enter the same, and all of the demised premises, at any time and on any occasion.13. LAW OBSERVANCE: Licensee agrees that its employees, agents, officers, and contractors shall abide by, conform to and comply with all the laws of the United States and the State of Indiana, and all of the ordinances of the City of Evansville and County of Vanderburgh, Indiana, and the rules and regulations of Licensor for the government and management of said premises, together with all rules and requirements of the Police and Fire Departments of the City of Evansville and/or the County of Vanderburgh, Indiana, and will not do, nor suffer to be done, anything on said premises during the term of this License in violation of any such laws, ordinances, rules, regulations and requirements, and, if the attention of said Licensee is called to a violation on the part of the Licensee or any person employed by or admitted to said premises by said Licensee, said Licensee will immediately desist from and correct such violation. Licensee shall indemnify and hold Licensor harmless from all claims, lawsuits, damages and demands (including attorney fees) caused by Licensee’s violation of the law.14. RESPONSIBILITY FOR PROPERTY ON PREMISES: Licensor and Licensee agree that Licensor and its employees, servants and agents shall not be responsible for any damage or injury that may happen to the property of Licensee, its invitees or to the property of Licensee’s agents, servants or employees or to property that may belong to any other person, including any of the general public that may attend or be upon said Licensed premises of the Arena, that may arise from theft, fire, negligence or any other cause not specifically under the control of Licensor; and Licensor is hereby expressly relieved and discharged from any and all liability for any loss, injury or damage to the person or property that may be sustained by reason of the occupancy of the Arena by Licensee.15. NO DEFACEMENT OF PREMISES: Said Licensee shall not injure nor mar, nor in any manner deface, said premises, and shall not cause nor permit anything to be done whereby the said premises shall be in any manner injured, marred or defaced nor shall Licensee drive, nor permit to be driven, any nails, hooks, tacks or screws in any part of said premises, nor shall Licensee make, nor allow to be made, any alteration of any kind therein. If said premises, or any portion thereof, during the term of this License, be damaged by the act, default or negligence of Licensee, or of the Licensee’s agent, employee or employees, patrons or any person or persons admitted to said premises by said Licensee, the Licensee will pay to Licensor, upon demand, such sum as shall be necessary to restore said premises to their original condition together with any incidental or consequential losses suffered by the Licensor as a result of same damage. Licensee hereby assumes full responsibility for the character, acts and conduct of all persons admitted to said premises, or to any portion thereof by the consent of said Licensee, or by or with the consent of Licensee’s employees or any person acting for or on behalf of the said Licensee. 12 the sale of all tickets (except Season Tickets and Group Sales), coupons, scrip, groups and any other instrument issued by the Licensee in exchange for tickets as a ticket selling commission. Licensor shall receive one percent (1%) of gross proceeds derived from Season Ticket Sales and Group Sales. Licensor shall be reimbursed for all bank card charges for tickets sold at the Ford Center and through the Ticketmaster system at a rate of 3%.c. FACILITY MAINTENANCE FEE (FMF): A two dollar ($2.00) Facility Maintenance Fee (FMF) will be charged to patrons above the cost of each event ticket. Said FMF will be retained by Licensor to benefit the facility. The FMF will be added to all event tickets sold including individual event tickets, season tickets and groups. Two (2) tickets for the price of one (1) will be treated as two (2) discounted tickets with the FMF due for both tickets. In the event the ticket and FMF revenue is retained by Licensee (individual event tickets, Season Tickets, Group Sales, etc.), Licensor shall deduct the funds due Licensor from Licensee’s Box Office receipts. Licensor will not charge FMF on those tickets sold or otherwise provided to schools for Licensee’s annual “Education Day,” where Licensee provides local schools the opportunity to see a Game and use professional hockey as a learning tool, all at discounted ticket prices.TICKET PRINTING: All tickets must be ordered by the Licensor or must be a type and style approved by the ticket office manager. Licensor shall supply, through Ticketmaster, equipment and all tickets, without additional charge to Licensee provided the normal Ticketmaster stock is used.PRICES: Licensee shall have the right to establish ticket prices for the Games or Licensee Events, provided that Licensee sells tickets at the prices advertised and any deviations must be approved by the Licensor.CUSTOMER CHECKS AND CHARGES: The Licensor will take reasonable caution against bad checks and charges from customers but the ultimate responsibility is that of the Licensee.HANDLING FUNDS: In handling and controlling ticket revenue, the Licensor is acting for the accommodation of the Licensee and shall not be liable for any loss thereof unless willfully caused or permitted through negligence by the Licensor. All of Licensor’s personnel who are handling funds are bonded.PREMIUM SEATING: Licensor shall at all times control the ticketing and access to the Suite Level Seating, and Loge Seating and for the entire Suite and Loge Seat level. Licensee acknowledges that Licensor has sold the rights to its Suites and access is limited to the respective Licensors. The revenues from the sale of Suites/Loge Seats are the exclusive property of Licensor.(1) Suites/Loge Seats: Licensee agrees to provide complimentary event tickets to Licensor’s Suites and Loge Seats for Exhibition/Preseason and Regular 14 CITY OF EVANSVILLE, INDIANA By and through its Redevelopment CommissionBY:________________________________ Randy Alsman, PresidentH:\Evansville, City of\Evansville Professional Hockey\License of the Ford Center (2016) v2.docx EVANSVILLE PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY, LLCBY:________________________________ NAME:_____________________________ ITS:________________________________ 13 i. At Licensee’s request, the Licensor will make the “Green Room” in the Arena available for use by media and visiting coaches from the time the Arena is open to the public before each Game or Licensee Event, and continuing for up to two (2) hours after the completion of the Game or Licensee Event, subject to Arena scheduling demands. Licensee shall be responsible for the cost of any and all food and beverages provided in the Green Room in connection with any Game or Licensee Event. Such food and beverages shall be provided exclusively by the Arena caterer. include a credit specifically naming the Ford Center as the host facility for the game.35. SIGNAGE: ExceptasstatedotherwiseinthisAgreement,andprovidedLicensee pays for all associated costs and expenses, Licensee shall have the right to sell all Game-specific or Licensee Event—specific advertising and sponsorships (e.g., Game-night or Licensee Event- night on-and off-ice promotions; Game-night or Licensee Event-night programs and magazines; Game-night or Licensee Event-night public address systems advertising; advertising on dasher boards, penalty boxes, player areas, ticket backs for Licensee Events, temporary parapet or railing signs and banners which must be removed by Licensee upon completion of each Game or Licensee Event, and indoor scoreboard video promotions and advertising, (collectively, the “Licensee Advertising”), and retain all proceeds therefrom; provided, however, that all temporary signage shall be removed after the conclusion of the applicable Game or Licensee Event. No Licensee Advertising or any other objects shall be permitted to cover, or obstruct in any way, any permanent signage at or within the Arena. Licensor shall have the right to cover or remove, as appropriate, any Licensee Advertising in the Arena during Arena events other than the Games or Licensee Events. Other than as specifically set forth in this Section, Licensee shall have no right to control or sell, or to any proceeds from the sale of, any advertising or sponsorship rights at the Arena, including but not limited to all permanent and non-permanent advertising rights within or on the exterior of the Arena, the proceeds of which shall belong solely to Licensor. The content and location of all signs shal1 be subject to prior approval of Licensor which shall not be unreasonably withheld. It is understood that Licensor has prior commitments for permanent signage and every effort must be made by Licensee to avoid conflict with advertising previously contracted by Licensor. The Licensor retains the right at no cost to either the Licensor or the Licensee to run ten percent (10%) of the commercial/sponsorship messages on the backlit scoreboard signs, scoreboard rings, ribbon boards. The Zamboni Ice Machines are included as part of Licensee’s signage. Licensor retains all rights not specified herein.36. ICE LOGOS/MAINTENANCE: Licensee shall have the right to sell the ice logos and retain the revenue from said sale. Licensee acknowledges that Licensor has sold one pair of ice logos to Ford on a long term basis. Licensee agrees to provide the same ice logo placement for the “Ford” logos or any successor Arena naming logos (“Arena Logos”) at Licensor’s reasonable direction for the Term of this agreement. Licensor shall retain all of the revenue from the sale of the Arena Logos.Licensee agrees to pay to the Licensor ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) per season to install the ice logos and to maintain the ice surface. This ice logo and maintenance expense shall be listed as a game expense on the game settlement for each regular season game. All ice logo production shall be at Licensee’s expense.37. SCOREBOARD/RIBBON BOARDS: Licensee may create game graphics and animations for use on Licensor’s scoreboard rings and ribbon boards. Licensor shall have prior approval of all animation copy and control of when graphics and animations will run along with Licensor’s advertising. The cost for the Licensee to use of the video board shall be at prevailing rates of Licensor and shall be exclusively provided by Licensor. This cost includes the Licensor providing director/producers and camera operators. The cost does NOT include the production work for any commercials. Any extra production work will be billed to the Licensee on a time (1) Cleaning and janitorial service before, during, and after the Games or Licensee Events, at no additional expense to Licensee; provided, however, the Licensee will be responsible for the cost of clean-up of confetti if used by the Licensee, and the Licensee shall pay a fee of Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) for cleaning the locker rooms after any Team Practices, if requested by Licensee or if the locker rooms are not left in a clean condition; 17 LICENSE AGREEMENT BETWEEN ERC AND EVANSVILLE PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY, LLCLICENSE AGREEMENT OF THE FORD CENTER between the CITY OF EVANSVILLE REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION, hereinafter sometimes referred to as “Licensor” or “ERC,” and EVANSVILLE PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY, LLC, THIS AGREEMENT (the “License” or “Agreement”), made and entered into this _____ day of March, 2016, by and between the CITY OF EVANSVILLE REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION, hereinafter sometimes referred to as “Licensor” or “ERC,” and EVANSVILLE PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY, LLC, an Indiana limited liability company, hereinafter sometimes referred to as “Licensee,” WITNESSETH:WHEREAS, the Licensor owns an arena located at 1 S.E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, Evansville, Indiana, known as the Ford Center (the “Ford Center” or the “Arena”);WHEREAS, Licensor has contracted with VenuWorks of Evansville, LLC, an Iowa limited liability company (together with any successor designated by Licensor, the “Manager”) to provide facility management services for the Ford Center. As used herein, the term “Licensor” shall include Manager acting pursuant to its contract with the ERC or acting at the request of or otherwise on behalf of the ERC;WHEREAS, VW Sports of Evansville, LLC has been granted the right to own, operate, and manage a professional ice hockey team as an affiliate of the Southern Professional Hockey League (the “SPHL” or the “League”) pursuant to an Affiliation Agreement dated [ ], 2016 (the “Affiliation Agreement”);WHEREAS, Licensee represents and warrants to Licensor that it is contractually entitled to operate a professional ice hockey team in the League (the “Team”) in the Evansville, Indiana metropolitan area pursuant to an Exclusive License Agreement by and between Licensee and VW Sports of Evansville, LLC, dated effective as of [ ] (the “VW Sports Agreement”); andWHEREAS, the Licensee is desirous of using the Ford Center for the purpose of conducting hockey games and activities related to the Team.NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the covenants and agreements herein expressed and of the faithful performance of all such covenants and agreements, the Licensor and Licensee hereby agree as follows;1. HOCKEY SEASON. The Licensor hereby permits the use of the Ford Center by the Licensee during the Hockey Season upon the terms and conditions contained herein. For purposes of this Agreement “Hockey Season” means a period of approximately eight (8) consecutive calendar months commencing on or about [October 1 and ending on or about May 31.] The schedule for each season is subject to the prior approval of Licensor and shall be prepared in accordance with Paragraph 8.2. PURPOSE. During the term of this Agreement, Licensee shall be granted the sole and absolute right, license and franchise to use and occupy the Ford Center for the following purposes: (4) The use of a curtaining system to reduce capacity of the Arena bowl at mutually agreed upon Games or Licensee Events (With a minimum of three (3) days prior notice, or such lesser time as the parties mutually agree, Licensee will advise Licensor when the upper bowl or a portion of the upper bowl will be needed); 16 2. Playoff Season. Licensee may schedule the Arena for Team Playoff Games, subject to the availability of the Arena on the dates requested. Licensor shall make reasonable efforts to keep a reasonable selection of dates available for Team Playoff Games and Team playoff practices, so long as the Team is in contention for post season play.3. Increase in Game Schedule. If the League increases the number of exhibition or regular season Games in its schedule, the number of Exhibition and Regular Season Game Dates shall be increased accordingly, subject to availability and the preemption provisions of Section A above.C. Non Game Day Team Practice Scheduling Procedures.1. The parties acknowledge and agree that the Arena is not intended or expected to be the primary location of Team Practices, and the parties expect most Team Practices to be held at Swonder Ice Arena. Licensee will be responsible for making a separate agreement for the use of the Swonder Ice Arena for practice time and/or fitness training. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the Licensee desires to use the Arena for Team Practices it may do so, subject to the terms and conditions, including payment terms, of the Agreement, and subject to scheduling availability. The Licensor may decline scheduling requests for Team Practices for any reason in its sole discretion. In the event the Licensor approves the scheduling of a Team Practice and then later decides to cancel said Team Practice due to the desire to schedule another event or for other reason, Licensor may do so without liability of any kind to Licensee upon reasonable notice to Licensee.D. Team Hosted NHL Games. and Team Hosted League All-Star Games Scheduling Procedure.1. In the event the Licensee wishes to use the Arena for a Team Charitable Event, a Team Hosted NHL Game, or a League All-Star Game, then Licensor shall provide Licensee with a list of possible dates for such events, and the Licensee may select one of such dates for the event. 7 Normal and customary levels of utilities (power, lighting, water, sewer, heating and air conditioning) necessary for the proper production and presentation of the Games or Licensee Events in accordance with League requirements and standards;The following support services, the cost of which shall be paid by Licensor for each Game or Licensee Event (unless otherwise expressly provided for in this Agreement): 6. COMPENSATION TO THE LICENSOR: As part of the consideration for Licensor’s agreement to allow the Licensee to license and use the Arena as provided hereunder, and to furnish the goods and services provided for hereunder, Licensee shall pay to the Licensor for the services provided herein:RENTAL PAYMENT: Licensee covenants and agrees to pay Licensor a rental for each game played during the regular hockey season, pre-season and the playoffs in the amount of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00); provided, however, that there shall be an additional charge of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) for each game in which Licensee requests that the upper bowl be available for ticket sales. This does not include ice time rental for practice and training sessions or any reimbursable expense of the Licensor.RENT AND REIMBURSABLES: The rent and all reimbursable expenses of Licensor described herein shall be due and payable at the conclusion of each game played during the regular season, pre-season and the playoffs; if for any reason said rental is not paid as aforesaid, it is agreed that any box office receipts in the possession of Licensor may be applied to the payment of said rent and Licensee waives all rights to that portion of the box office receipts necessary to pay said rental. It is agreed between the Licensor and Licensee, that in addition to the rental hereinafter set out, the Licensee agrees to pay to Licensor State Sales Tax on the gross rental and equipment charges heretofore set out, pursuant to a ruling of the Department of Revenue of the State of Indiana, unless said Licensee is exempted from paying said sales tax and provides Licensor with a copy of Licensee’s tax exemption certificate, said tax to be remitted to the Department of Revenue of the State of Indiana by the Licensor.7. PRACTICE/TRAINING SESSIONS: Practice/training session time availabilities as determined by the Licensor shall be charged to Licensee at the rate of Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($250.00) per hour. There is no cap on the maximum that Licensee will be charged for practice/training sessions. 6 Food, beverage and travel expenses for the Team, and food and beverage per League rules and guideline for opposing players, coaches and referees, as agreed with the players, coaches and referees and to the extent provided outside of public view and without any accompanying advertising;All Team personnel, including staff and front office personnel, according to Licensee’s needs;Creative programming with respect to the presentation of each Game or Licensee Event, and staff to carry out such presentation, including pre-Game and intermission activities;Marketing services to promote each Game or Licensee Event and to promote ticket sales for each Game or Licensee Event;Merchandise and novelty items for sale at each Game or Licensee Event;Forty (40) complimentary tickets to each Game or Licensee Event for use by Licensor and its designees; the exact location of the seats shall be determined by mutual agreement of Licensor and Licensee, but the parties specifically agree that all seats shall be in contiguous sets of four (4), and located in the best fifty percent (50%) of the unsold and available seats, and a minimum of sixteen (16) of the tickets shall be in the center-ice “prime location” (i.e. between the blue lines);Music performance licenses for each Game or Licensee Event, as more fully described in Subsection 28 below;Insurance coverage for each Game or Licensee Event in accordance with the provisions of Section 25 below;Taxes, licenses and inspection charges and other similar fees that maybe payable on account of the use or provision of any of the above, including without limitation any property tax that may be assessed on Licensee’s property;Any additional equipment necessary for the presentation and playing of each Game or Licensee Event which Licensor is not obligated to provide pursuant to the terms of Section 5 below;Storage for all Team Equipment, it being understood that Licensee is permitted to store Team Equipment in Arena locker rooms, but Licensee shall bear the risk of loss in association with that storage and for purposes of indemnity in Section 9 below the storage is deemed use of the Arena.Moving Licensee’s hockey equipment out of the Arena, or to designated storage areas, when space is needed for other events, provided the movement of Licensee’s hockey equipment out of the Arena at the request of Licensor is reasonably necessary, and does not violate the terms of this Agreement. (5) Additional mutually-agreed upon services, other than those set forth above, which Licensee requests to be provided by the Licensor and which Licensor is reasonably able to provide, provided that the estimated costs thereof will be disclosed to and not rejected by Licensee prior to the services be performed. Thereafter, the actual costs shall be paid and/or reimbursed to Licensor by Licensee; 18 shall apply to any claims made by employees of Licensee against Licensor or any of the Indemnitees, and this Agreement is deemed a written agreement for indemnity.b. Licensor shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Licensee, and its successors and assigns, and agents, officers, directors, employees and representatives (collectively, “Indemnitees”) from and against (i) any and all claims, suits, losses, injuries, damages, liabilities and expenses (including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses) and costs of investigation (whether or not litigation occurs) (collectively, “Losses”), occasioned in connection with, or arising or alleged to arise from, wholly or in part, any breach by Licensor of any of its representations, warranties, covenants or agreements contained herein and (ii) any and all Losses occasioned in connection with, or arising or alleged to arise from, wholly or in part, the acts or omissions, or violation of any applicable law, rule, regulation or order, of or by Licensor, or any of its agents, officers, directors, members, managers, representatives, contractors, employees, servants, appearing at the Games or other events Licensee is permitted to host hereunder (including Licensor’s support personnel in connection with the presentation of the Games or other events Licensee is permitted to host hereunder), persons assisting Licensor (whether on a paid or voluntary basis) or any person admitted to the Arena by Licensor, at any time while the Arena (or any part thereof) is being used by or for the benefit of Licensee or is under the control of Licensee, except to the extent any such Losses were caused by the negligence of Licensee and/or its employees or agents. It is the intent of this Agreement that this indemnity provision shall apply to any claims made by employees of Licensor against Licensee or any of the Indemnitees, and this Agreement is deemed a written agreement for indemnity.10. FIRE, CASUALTY AND LOSS OF USE: It is agreed between Licensor and Licensee that in case the Arena or any part thereof shall be destroyed or damaged by fire or by any other cause, or if any other casualty or unforeseen occurrence, including but not limited to strikes, labor disputes, walkouts, boycotts, failure of equipment of any character or kind, and civil insurrections, shall render the fulfillment of this License for any of its terms thereof impractical or impossible then and thereupon this License may be terminated; in the event the tenure of this License shall have begun prior to any such occurrence, Licensee shall pay rental for said premises for the number of games played at the terms of rental herein specified; and in the event any such occurrence shall take place prior to the beginning of the terms of this License, then this License shall become ineffective; and in either event, the Licensee hereby waives any claim for damages or compensation because of such termination and Licensor shall not in any case be held liable or responsible to Licensee for any damage caused thereby.11. FAILURE OF EQUIPMENT: In the event any machinery used to manufacture ice or the skating surface should necessitate major repair or replacement, the Licensor or Licensee may terminate the License without notice if the Evansville City Council refuses to appropriate necessary funds to replace or repair the skating surface; provided, however, that to the extent possible, the Licensor will make all reasonable efforts to give Licensee not less than thirty (30) days prior notice of a decision not to repair or replace equipment. The decision not to repair or
Jersey City Medical Center, an RWJBarnabas Health facility, now offers Easy Access Colonoscopy at its Ambulatory Surgical Center, making it simpler for residents in Hudson County to get screened for colon cancer.With Easy Access Colonoscopy, eligible patients may be able to skip the required pre-procedure physician visit and go directly to scheduling the colonoscopy. × First step is to call the Ambulatory Surgical Center at 201-878-2300 for a brief health screening discussion to determine eligibility for an Easy Access Colonoscopy.Screening is the number one way one can reduce the risk of colon cancer. Despite its high incidence, colorectal cancer is one of the most preventable forms of cancer and, if found early, the most treatable. The Center for Disease Control recommends that adults age 50 to 75 should get screened for colon cancer.The Ambulatory Surgery Center at Jersey City Medical Center has two designated endoscopy operating rooms which boast state-of-the-art gastroenterology medical equipment, unparalleled in Hudson County. Its medical staff consists of eleven board certified Gastroenterology surgeons.To find out if you are eligible for an Easy Access Colonoscopy, call 201-878-3200.
A city employee works Friday to finish installing an experimental 200-foot section of ‘Trap Bags’ on the beach at 57th Street in Ocean City. The synthetic sand bags are designed as a protective barrier on eroding beaches. A worker was finishing installation of a 200-foot section of synthetic sand bags on Friday on the beach at 57th Street — part of a demonstration of a product designed for flood and erosion protection. A city employee works Friday to finish installing an experimental 200-foot section of ‘Trap Bags’ on the beach at 57th Street in Ocean City. The synthetic sand bags are designed as a protective barrier on eroding beaches.Sentinel Barriers, a company based in Fort Myers Beach, Fla., provided its TrapBag barrier system for free as part of an effort to promote the new product on the East Coast.The system works like the geotubes installed in 2011 on the beaches at the northern end of Ocean City. The geotubes are massive cylindrical sleeves of sand that worked successfully in protecting the Gardens section of Ocean City in Superstorm Sandy.Unlike geotubes, the TrapBag system consists of smaller bags connected side-by-side like an accordion. The company says the system makes it easier to repair and replace sections and even to install new sections in while water is already starting to flow around them.Everett “Buzz” Waid devised the TrapBag system after Hurricane Charley struck Florida in 2004. The product has been used in the Everglades, for flash-flood erosion protection in river towns and to protect bridge foundations.Geotubes held back the ocean at Waverly Beach during and in the immediate aftermath of Superstorm Sandy in Ocean City.The cells are made of high-strength recycled plastic and filled with sand. When the installation is complete, they will be covered with sand.While further use of TrapBags is not part of any current Ocean City capital plan, the experiment is taking place at a section of beach that was vulnerable to erosion even before Sandy flattened the dune system in October 2012.A temporary sand berm was created — largely with sand removed from the streets — and the south end is awaiting an approved Army Corps of Engineers beach replenishment project that is expected to begin in late summer or early fall.
Ken McMeikan, Greggs chief executive, has claimed that the company’s profts have aided job creation.Appearing on BBC2’s Newsnight last Thursday (23 February), McMeikan explained that 10% of the business’ profits are shared among staff. In addition, the high street bakery firm confirmed it paid its staff above the minimum wage for a number of years.McMeikan said: “There is something about that when your employees feel that they are benefiting in the success of the company, and it’s proportionate, that everyone is sharing in that success. We have worked very hard over of years to keep above the minimum wage, plus if you take over the last three or four years we have made sure we have had a wage increase every year and this year we will have another 2.7% pay increase.”McMeikan further discussed issues surrounding big pay packets and bonuses featuring in the headlines with Mars Inc’s managing director Fiona Dawson, Wates Construction’s chief executive Paul Dreschler and Mark Price, managing director of Waitrose and the Business in the Community’s (BITC) chairman.McMeikan added: “The profits are hugely important if companies are going to invest and continue to grow, and by growing, what you then do is create jobs. If there is one thing we have as a big challenge as a country, it is that we need to create jobs, because there are so many people out of work, so that is how we can get a feelgood factor back into the UK.“But unless we have companies that are growing profitably and are investing those profits back into growing and creating more jobs, then we get into a vicious downwards spiral.”The debate featured news that UK Uncut had discovered that some businesses are not paying the full corporation tax.McMeikan added: “What people look at is if they are paying their taxes, then why are big companies not being seen to be paying their taxes. If a company is not being seen as paying its due tax, then it should be held to account. You have to have a balance – if you blow it up and say those fewer companies are systematic of what’s happening in all business, then all business gets cast in the same way.“There is a danger for British business as a whole when the media holds up one or two examples and says, ‘That is business’.”Speaking of whether he thought there was an issue in terms of the gap between the lowest- and highest-paid people, McMeikan commented: “It think it does matter, particularly to the people who work for you in your company. They will look to see who is earning the most and whether they deserve it. I think there is a credibility issue for you as a leader with your own people.”The Greggs boss told Newsnight presenter Kirsty Wark that the gap between the company’s lowest and highest paid employees is 50 times more than the average salary, in comparison to the John Lewis Group, which owns the Waitrose supermarket chain, which has a gap of up to 75 times more.The programme also featured Prime Minister David Cameron making a speech at a BITC event in North London yesterday, celebrating 30 years of business in the local community. He said: “Frankly I am sick of all this anti-business snobbery. Business is not just about making money as vital as it is, but it is the most powerful source for social progress that the world has ever known.”The event was attended by HRH Prince Charles of Wales and a number of UK business bosses.To view the full episode, click here.
It’s always wonderful when a band’s sound engineer shares high-quality audio from previous nights’ exceptional performances. Such is the case with the great Terry Lapointe of Fruition, who regularly provides a service to fans who are eager to hear what the band cooks up across the country. After some doubts arose as to whether a recording would emerge of Fruition’s electric debut at the Ogden Theatre in Denver, CO, Terry came through, much to the delight of distant fans unable to make the show and attendees wanting to relive the evening. For Fruition’s three-night hometown throwdown to celebrate both the birth of 2017 and Mimi Naja, Terry Lapointe has emerged again a quiet hero bringing the banging tunes to masses.Check the shows for the 29th, 30th, and 31st, below, courtesy of the man.[Photo courtesy of Ryan Reilly]Fruition at the Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR, 12/29/16Fruition at the Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR, 12/30/16Fruition at the Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR, 12/31/16[Photo courtesy of Ryan Reilly]