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Mercury Marine sees record number of engines on display at the 2018 Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show - WalleyeFIRST

Ft. Lauderdale, FL. (November 6, 2018) - Mercury Marine continues to grow its presence in key saltwater markets including a record-setting presence at the 2018 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Mercury outboards accounted for almost half of all engines in the on-water display at last week's show and had more outboard engines on display throughout the entire show than any other engine manufacturer. For two consecutive years, Mercury's presence on OEM selected boats has increased by close to 25 percent each year at FLIBS highlighting consistent year over year growth at the show fueled by the success of Mercury's new products. Mercury Marine has continued to see strong share gains at key saltwater boat shows over the past few years highlighted by new partnerships with key OEM's who are displaying Mercury outboards, some for the first time. "To kick off the North American boat show season with nearly half of the on-water boats on display showcasing Mercury outboards is a powerful statement that consumers are demanding Mercury engines," said John Pfeifer, Mercury Marine president. "Both our mainline and Mercury Racing outboards continue to grow in demand in key saltwater markets and it was great to hear from consumers in Ft. Lauderdale who are asking for Mercury four-stroke power." In addition to consumer demand, Mercury has taken advantage of new or expanded relationships with global boat builders who are building boats exclusively with Mercury outboard power. Beneteau announced two new boat models including the Antares outboard line that will display Mercury's V-6 outboards exclusively. Other brands showcased multiple Mercury outboards including Nor-Tech who showcased Mercury exclusively including two boats with quint-400R racing outboard engines, a 450 Sport and a 452 Super Fish. "We at Nor-Tech Hi-Performance Boats have enjoyed an exclusive relationship with Mercury Marine for several decades and I have never seen more Mercury engines in Lauderdale than I did this year," said Henrik Margard, Nor-Tech Hi-Performance Boats Vice President of Manufacturing. "Just walking the show, we saw more boats with Mercury outboards than anyone else. It was great to see that as the saltwater market continues to grow, consumers are gravitating towards Mercury." Headquartered in Fond du Lac, Wis., Mercury Marine is the world's leading manufacturer of recreational marine propulsion engines. A $2.6 billion division of Brunswick Corporation (NYSE: BC), Mercury provides engines, boats, services and parts for recreational, commercial and government marine applications, empowering boaters with products that are easy to use, extremely reliable and backed by the most dedicated customer support in the world. Mercury's industry-leading brand portfolio includes Mercury outboard engines; Mercury MerCruiser sterndrive and inboard packages; MotorGuide trolling motors; Mercury propellers; Mercury inflatable boats; Mercury SmartCraft electronics; Attwood marine parts; Land 'N' Sea marine parts distribution; and Mercury and Quicksilver parts and oils. More information is available at Source:

Review: 'The Front Runner' revisits a political scandal that now seems quaint - The Register-Guard

The Gary Hart movie is careful to give everyone, especially women, their say about male politicians being held accountable

"The Front Runner" chronicles 21 tumultuous days in 1987 when the worlds of politics, journalism and entertainment tilted on their respective axes, a seismic shift in priorities and protocol that converged on one man. Gary Hart, a former U.S. senator from Colorado, who had narrowly missed running for president in 1984, was preparing another campaign in the spring of 1987, this time with the wind at his back and the polls in his favor.

As a title card says at the beginning of this perceptive, carefully calibrated drama, a lot can happen in three weeks. Adapted by Jason Reitman from Matt Bai's book "All the Truth is Out," "The Front Runner" plunges viewers headlong into the bewildering jumble of entitlement, idealism, unintended consequences and still-unresolved issues that transformed Hart from a high-minded statesman to tabloid roadkill with dizzying speed.

This is a movie that intends to raise far more troubling questions than it answers, encouraging the audience to emerge from the story, not with a reassuring sense of certainty but rather the disquieting notion that even solid moral reasoning can incur a grievous cost. Most confoundingly, it sheds no light on Hart himself: A man who steadfastly insisted on maintaining his own privacy, whose impressive intellect was couched within an aloof, withholding persona, remains a cipher, the missing core of a movie that's nominally about him, but can't seem to get a bead on its own protagonist.

That makes "The Front Runner" less of an emotional than a mental exercise, albeit an engaging and provocative one. Adopting an approach reminiscent of Robert Altman and Michael Ritchie's "The Candidate," Reitman has designed his movie to be an intensely subjective swirl of voices, points of view and densely layered perspectives. Reitman isn't as interested in Hart — played in an awkward, subdued performance by Hugh Jackman — as the vortex of activity around him: The cadre of young advisers and volunteers marshaled by campaign manager Bill Dixon (J.K. Simmons), the gaggle of reporters Hart leads to Red Rocks to announce his "campaign of ideas," the serene cabin in Troublesome Gulch where he lives with his wife, Lee (Vera Farmiga), and their kids.

It's not as if the marriage has always been ideal: The Harts have been separated before, and when the candidate makes a last-minute decision to cancel a trip to the Kentucky Derby to join a swampy Southern fixer named Billy Broadhurst for some R&R in Florida, no alarm bells go off. But when reporters at the Miami Herald receive a tip that Hart embarked on an affair on a trip to Bimini, then stake out the candidate's Washington townhouse for proof, a high-speed disaster ensues.

Hart — equal parts arrogant and naive — tries to brazen it out, thinking that the old rules will apply. Meanwhile, a new form of TV infotainment feasts on a telegenic scandal, white-shoe newspapers find themselves playing catch-up in unsavory games of innuendo, the Hart campaign implodes and the name Donna Rice becomes a inextricably tied to her era's biggest "zipper story."

Reitman visits each of these strands of the story in a breathless relay, one minute eavesdropping on Hart's press corps as they weigh whether to pursue the womanizing rumors, then following the fictionalized Washington Post reporter A.J. Parker (Mamoudou Athie) back to meet with his editors to debate whether such salacious gossip is worthy of the paper that broke Watergate. Back in Colorado, a young campaign aide named Joe Trippi (Oliver Cooper) tries to help Lee and the Harts' daughter fend off the camera crews camped in their front yard, while a female counterpart in Washington, played in a sympathetic performance by Molly Ephraim, is assigned to "manage" Rice, who despite her intelligence has been reduced to being a...


BUSINESS BRIEFS: Barletta adds Lake Havasu partner - Goshen News

The Boat Brokers Inc. provides financing, sales, service, parts and accessories for boats and RVs. Led by Dean Messmer (owner) and Sharon Messmer (president), the team serves both the local Havasu community, and those who may travel to the resort destination.


ARBOC secures order for eight buses for Radford Transit

Middlebury-based ARBOC Specialty Vehicles LLC, a U.S. subsidiary of NFI Group Inc., a transit bus and motor coach manufacturer and parts distributor in North America, recently announced that Radford Transit in Virginia has awarded ARBOC with an order for eight Spirit of Mobility low-floor, body-on-chassis “cutaway” transit buses. The order was procured through ARBOC’s U.S. dealer, Sonny Merryman.

The Mobility buses are low-floor vehicles capable of “kneeling”, making the boarding process efficient and fully accessible, while maintaining Radford’s 100 percent ADA (American’s with Disabilities Act) compliant fleet, ARBOC officials said. The order will replace older, existing buses in the fleet and supplement three ARBOC buses purchased in 2017.

Operated by New River Valley Community Services, Radford Transit provides public transit to the residents of Radford, Radford University students, faculty and staff and those who live in surrounding areas.

ARBOC has been innovating accessible transit for North Americans since 2008. The company estimates that nearly 70 percent of North America’s low-floor cutaway buses are manufactured by ARBOC.


Parkview Behavioral Health receives award

Parkview Behavioral Health has been awarded the 2018 NDNQI Award for Outstanding Nursing Quality by Press Ganey. The award recognizes the psychiatric hospital that has achieved excellence in overall performance in nursing quality indicators and has also made impressive and measurable improvements in nursing performance and patient outcomes.

“Our nurses are focused on making compassionate, meaningful connections with our patients, which has positively impacted how our patients view their care and has also led to a safer environment for our nurses,” said Chuck Clark, president, Parkview Behavioral Health. “We’ve also been working to increase our clinical expertise by growing the number of nurses who have BSN degrees and specialized certifications. We are honored to receive this award in recognition of the excellent care we’re providing to our patients and the compassionate culture we’ve built with our nurses.”

The 2018 Press Ganey NDNQI Award is given annually to the top performing organization across 17 quality measures in each of seven categories: academic medical center, teaching hospital, community hospital, pediatric hospital, rehabilitation hospital, psychiatric hospital and international. The highest-ranking hospital in each category receives the award.



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