Global Moringa Meet 2015 Showcases Latest Advancement in Moringa Farming Operations Through Science and Technology, Industry Trends & Quality Standards

July 20, 2015 by  
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3rd GLOBAL MORINGA MEET 2015

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The Advanced Biofuel Center (ABC) is delighted to announce the 3rd Global Moringa Meet? 2015?the 2-Day Moringa State of Art International Workshop to be held on 21- 22 November 2015 at Jaipur, India. ABC is all set to discuss the entire Moringa production from ground zero to scale. All important Topics shall be covered relating to Agronomy, Horticulture, Biology, Engineering, and Marketing and Financial aspects of Moringa commercialization in 2 Day Moringa State of Art International Workshop. It's experience, expertise, and technology about Moringa and its use for agriculture development for the purposes of reducing hunger and poverty shall be highlighted at the 3rd Global Moringa Meet 2015.

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Moringa oleifera L (Moringaceae) has been identified as a multipurpose versatile plant with enormous economic, nutritional, health and biofuel potentials. It is the most widely cultivated species of a monogeneric family (Moringaceae,) that is native to the sub-Himalayan tracts of India. This rapidly-growing tree (also known as the horseradish tree, drumstick tree), is said to have been used by the ancient Romans, Greeks and Egyptians for the treatment and prevention of health ailments, cosmetic and beauty purposes.

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Experts at Moringa India, ABC are pursuing the unique suitability of all parts of the plant for a wide range of practical purposes ranging from agricultural to medicinal to fuel. The 3rd Global Moringa Meet provides an opportunity for experts from around the world to meet and address this agenda. The experience, expertise, and views of moringa scientists/experts about Moringa and its use for agriculture development for the purposes of reducing hunger and poverty shall be discussed and deliberated as to answer: ;

What are the potential benefits of Moringa? ; What are the limiting factors to the adoption of Moringa for agricultural development, specifically for nutrition enhancement and poverty reduction. ; What are appropriate strategies to expand the use of Moringa for agricultural development and fuel production? ; What should be an ideal situation of Moringa being used to its fullest potential for development.

; -What could be negative impacts of furthering the use of Moringa for agricultural development? ;
Globally, about 870 million people do not have enough to eat, and more than two billion suffer from micro nutrient deficiency, according to United Nations (UN) food agencies. Nutrient-rich Moringa foods could play an important role in efforts to provide healthy diets for people around the world.

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Moringa could help ensure food security for people who are currently malnourished - a number that continues to increase despite international efforts, said M Sharma, a scientist at the ABC

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2-Day Moringa State Of Art International Workshop shall have following Interactive Sessions on: ;

Moringa Biodiversity to design crops: Potential species, selection methods, Gremplasm, Genomic, Genetic Improvement & Propagation ; Moringa Production systems: Biology & Physiology, Soil Management, Agronomy, Horticulture- Orchard Design & Management, Harvesting, drying, extraction ; Moringa Processing: Leave, Powder, oil & Biodiesel ; Moringa in Aquaculture: Feed, waste water cleaning, ornamental goals ; Moringa in Agriculture: Plant protection, animal health, soil conditioning ; Moringa in Food Supplement: Health food additives ; Moringa in Medical: Health-promoting Properties ; Moringa in cosmetics: Beauty promoting properties ; Moringa Biodiesel: Oil technology & Quality, Economy & Marketing

; 3RD GLOBAL MORINGA MEET 2015 is an international conference dedicated to the latest advancements in the science, technology and advancements in research, commercialization solutions and much more! Our aim in establishing this meet ? which has become an annual event ? is to encourage and stimulate fresh thinking on this, the greatest challenge of our time. We believe the people of this world are entitled to the best foods our land can provide. The GMM 15 will investigate the most effective ways of achieving this. Though we are passionately committed to good science, the key to securing good food for all is rather the careful management of the world?s natural resources by well tried and trusted methods.

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We have no agenda other than to secure a system of agriculture that feeds the world well and also fuels same time. The oil from the Moringa tree is a more sustainable biodiesel feed-stock as it can yield both food and fuel. Among those searching for solutions to feed the hungry, Moringa is well known. Malnourished children flourish with the introduction of the nutritious Moringa leaf crop, which provides protein, vitamins and minerals in their diets. The greatest potential for this species is currently thought to be in its cultivation for the production of biodiesel. Yields of about 20 metric tonnes of pods per hectare per year are achievable for this species. This would equate to between 3000 and 4000 liters of biodiesel per hectare per annum. It is particularly desirable because it is a very low water-use crop and may be cultivated on marginal land commercially.

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Talking on the forthcoming Global Moringa Meet 2015, the President of ABC, Mr. DP Maharshi said, ?To create, build and succeed in the growing world of Moringa one need complete and comprehensive knowledge of Plant Science, Plant Technology and Plant Economics and just registering yourself for the meet, you can ensure the same as this is the only platform to understand & learn, to plan and execute, the best expertise to discuss and analyze the present and future dynamics of Moringa Crop and Business.

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?If these are aims that you share please support our Meet. Join with us on this adventure. What we?re seeking is nothing less than a renaissance ? for farming, for energy for food and for the world.

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?On behalf of the organizing committee, we are honored to welcome you to GMM 15 in beautiful downtown Jaipur. It will be a great pleasure to share the up-to-date advances in both fundamental researches and engineering practices and to project the areas where we may contribute to our better life and planet,? he further added.

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Next, given that the industry is marking milestones with the development and commercialization of Moringa-derived products, particularly in the Europe, South America, Africa and Asia Pacific region where the diverse market is growing immensely, we have lined-up these top experts and their sessions on High Value Added Ingredients from Moringa

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This is a not to be missed opportunity to new growers to start MORINGA BUSINESS. Seize this opportunity to begin business with Moringa and register today.

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Please Pre-register here for further details and obtaining registration form. Please contact via e-mail or telephone for further details and obtaining registration form.

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ADVANCED BIOFUEL CENTER ;
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    Success Saluted With Latest Peugeot Sport Models at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed

    June 18, 2015 by  
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    (PRWEB UK) 12 June 2015

    ?????A Peugeot won the first-ever recorded motor sport event and has since won many, many more ;

    ????At this year?s Festival of Speed, Peugeot?s sporting anniversaries are saluted ; ????Latest designs take a prominent role including a public world debut

    Peugeot has an extensive and celebrated history, producing vehicles since 1890 with more than 65 million built. It won the first-ever recorded motor sport event in 1894 to establish a reputation for durability and efficiency. Now, more than a century later for the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed, Peugeot is planning a display that will give visitors plenty to experience while demonstrating how the company?s sporting achievements have led to the high-performing and efficient road cars of today.

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    At the Goodwood Moving Motor Show (Thursday, 25th June) Peugeot will assemble its latest product developments and visitors can experience the new 208 ?GTi by Peugeot Sport?, the 308 ?GT Line? powered by the accomplished 3-cylinder PureTech petrol engine and the new performance-focused 308 GT. A display of the latest Peugeot Sport models is also planned and the awesome 500hp 308 R HYbrid makes its European debut as a glimpse into the future. If that isn?t enough there will be another 308 world premiere.*

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    On the main stand, located centrally among manufacturer showrooms, Peugeot has on display a highlight of models from its illustrious past, present and future. Featuring is the all-conquering 205 T16 that celebrates winning the World Rally Championship 30-years ago. Modern-day competition vehicles displayed include the 2008 DKR Dakar-endurance with the 208 WRX (FIA World RallyX) car.

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    The 2015 range of Peugeot cars is on display and includes performance-inspired products like the 308 GT, new 208 ?GTi by Peugeot Sport?. Also of interest on the main stand for gamers is the chance to compete on the just launched Grand Turismo 6 Peugeot Vision GT.

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    For the Goodwood Festival of Speed (Friday to Sunday, 26th ? 28th June) three significant cars are running up the famous hill climb. One is currently secret*. Another is the 205 T16 celebrating its WRC success 30 years ago. The third is the 404 Diesel which 50 years ago this month set 40 world endurance records at the Montlh?ry circuit near Paris and in the process set about establishing Peugeot as the defined producer of durable and efficient compact diesel engine cars.

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    The world premiere reveal of a new performance 308 model will be announced in mid-June, making its world premiere at the Goodwood Moving Motor Show & Festival of Speed. ; ; Peugeot Displays at Goodwood Festival of Speed ;
    Moving Motor Show Peugeot cars: ;

    ?????308 GT 205 THP Hatchback (205hp) ;
    ?????308 GT Line PureTech 1.2-litre (130hp) ;
    ?????208 ?GTi by Peugeot Sport? (208hp) ? the latest, new and revised 208 ;
    These are all customer driven with a pro-driver trained passenger

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    Display includes past, present and future performance Peugeot cars

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    Peugeot Show Stand line-up:

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    ?????205 T16 ? celebrates the 30th anniversary of Peugeot winning the World Rally Championship (Group B) ;
    ?????208 WRX (FIA Rallycross Championship) 540hp 4wd car ;
    ?????2008 DKR (2015 Dakar) car ? competing in China Grand Raid (Saturday, 29th August ? 12th September) 3.0-litre 340bhp, V6 twin-turbo diesel mid-rear 2WD engine ;
    ?????308 R HYbrid ? European debut following reveal at the 2015 Shanghai Motor Show ;
    ?????308 GT ? launched in the Spring 2015 ;
    ?????308 GT Line ? launched in the Spring 2015 ;
    ?????New 208 ?GTi by Peugeot Sport? ? launched in June 2015 ;
    ?????2008 Crossover ;
    ?????108 Top! ;
    ?????Grand Turismo Peugeot Vision GT Concept ? available for GFoS attendees to play, drive and race ;
    ?????New 308 performance model making a world premiere ? static display on main stand

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    Going Dynamic up Hill Climb

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    ?????205 T16 ? driven by Enda Garvey ;
    ?????404 Diesel ? set 40 endurance records EXACTLY 50 years ago in June 1965, driven by Philippe Cornebois from the Peugeot L?Aventure Museum in Sochaux (the home of Peugeot) ;
    ?????The world-premiere 308 model is also due to be being driven dynamically in the ?First Glance? category (located in Cathedral Paddock with F1 & Supercars) and driven by Peugeot Sport test-driver Gregory Guilvert

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    30 Years On: The Ultimate Group B Rally Car Is Back In Action at 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed

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    ????Peugeot 205 T16 to celebrate 1985 and 30-years after its first WRC title ; ????Iconic model to feature dynamically on the hill climb and static on Peugeot stand ; ????Details of the technological masterpiece that changed rallying forever

    The Peugeot 205 was launched on 24th February 1983 and the performance 205 GTi in April 1984. At the same time Peugeot launched a mini supercar that was to change the complexion of rallying forever. That car was the 205 T16 and 30 years ago this October it lifted the first of Peugeot?s five World Rally Championships.

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    The car was designed from a blank piece of paper with the sole aim of beating the best in the business over the world?s rally stages. Peugeot Sport boss Jean Todt was given carte blanche with the project. He recruited the best engineers available and had access to all the research and development facilities available to the PSA Group.

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    The new car had to conform to the FIA?s (Federation Internationale de l?Automobile) Group B rules. Although demanding that 200 road-going versions should be built, the regulations had few restrictions on design, technology and materials. As a result the 205 T16 was four-wheel drive and based around a transversely mounted mid-engined layout. Although petrol-powered, it uses a cast iron 1.7-litre diesel engine block. This was turbocharged and equipped with a specially developed 16-valve cylinder head, hence the name T16.

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    Materials and thinking that were then state-of-the-art are used throughout. The prop shafts are carbon fibre and unlike rivals which used glass fibre bodywork, the 205 T16?s is Kevlar. That bodywork is in the shape of the 205 but wider, while the rear bodywork is a single unit that lifts off for access to the engine and gearbox.

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    The result is a car that won three of its first five rallies in 1984 in the hands of Ari Vatanen. The following year a second evolution of the 205 T16 came out with Timo Salonen taking the drivers? title and Peugeot the manufacturers? championship. For 1986, Peugeot again did the double with Juha Kankkunen crowned champion. It was Peugeot?s renowned attention to engineering detail that helped the 205 T16?s phenomenal success. For example, versions that competed in the sweltering Safari Rally had a water spray that the co-driver operated with his foot to cool suspension components.

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    For all its brilliance the 205 T16 couldn?t prevent the demise of Group B ahead of 1987. But it retired as the most successful car of its kind, winning 16 rounds of the World Rally Championship. It is also one of the most evocative and an example will be taking to the hill at Goodwood, driven by its owner Enda Garvey.

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    He said: ?The model I?ll be driving is a second evolution car and it?s very light (around 900kg) with 650hp - so it?s an exciting drive. But there?s so much power you can pull yourself out of tricky situations as quickly as you get into them. The car?s agility and the quality of the engineering on it are its main assets I would say. Everything is very well thought out with amazing attention to detail; when Peugeot Sport does something, it clearly does it properly.?

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    Peugeot?s Incredible Record-Breaking 404 Diesel Runs Again - Exactly Fifty Years On

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    ????One-off Peugeot showcased diesel?s capabilities years ahead of its time ; ????World?s first ?performance diesel? is back in action at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015 hillclimb ; ????Standard engine averaged 100mph in three-day 7,300-mile record marathon

    Today?s widespread acceptance of diesel engines in passenger cars is at least partly due to a very special Peugeot. In the summer of 1965, a one-off 404 Diesel lifted 40 international speed and endurance records. It was an incredible achievement. However, the Peugeot engineers responsible probably didn?t realise quite how much influence their efforts would have on the outstanding reputation on mainstream motoring for years to come.

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    Employing diesel engines in performance cars is fairly common now but in 1965 Peugeot was the first manufacturer to implement this. The result was the 404 Diesel record car and 50 years ago to the month, it will be back in action at the Goodwood Festival of Speed over 26th ? 28th June.

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    Fifty years on from its record-breaking exploits this Peugeot remains a stunning feat of engineering. Yet despite its heavily modified appearance, beneath that bright blue bodywork lies a mostly standard Peugeot Indenor XD88 diesel engine.

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    The 1948cc four cylinder diesel engine has a compression ratio of 21:1 to help maximise efficiency, with peak power is 84bhp at 4,500rpm. Naturally-aspirated (where modern-day cars all tend to have forced (turbo) charged induction and only a four-speed gearbox, drivers commented on how smooth the engine drives ? contrary to the uncultured reputation diesel engines held at the time.

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    The 404 Diesel is based on a 404 Cabriolet with the original roof and windscreen removed and a purpose-built, aircraft-like bubble added to cover the driver. The result is a tightly curved screen and therefore reduced frontal area, while the rear window is recessed in between a pair of buttresses, all optimised elementary aerodynamics. The bumpers have been removed to help smooth wind flowing over and around the car while the only rear-view mirror is housed in the cockpit. Weight has been reduced inside by adapting components such as the steering column and the windscreen wiper motor.

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    The 404 Diesel established 22 records at the Montlh?ry race track on the outskirts of Paris between June 11 and 14, 1965. Over those three days, the 404 Diesel was driven on the track for the entire time as five drivers conducted a succession of three-hour shifts.

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    During those 72 hours, the 404 Diesel covered a considerable 7,267.08 miles (11,627.329kms) at an average speed of 100.93mph (161.49kph). That was a new record for a Class E diesel car, as was 5,000 miles in 49 hours, 51 minutes and 30.14 seconds at an average of 100.87mph, (161.39kph) and 10,000km (6,250 miles) in 61 hours, 55 minutes and 4.08 seconds.

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    Other records the 404 Diesel broke included covering 101.20 miles (161.929km) in an hour, 1,000 miles covered in 9 hours 57 minutes and 9.22 seconds and 4,844.66 miles (7,751.457km) travelled in 48 hours at an average speed of 100.9mph (161.49kph).

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    However, that remarkable 72 hours wasn?t the end of this car?s exploits. A month later in July, fitted with an experimental 2,163cc engine, the Peugeot 404 lifted another 18 world records for speed and endurance in the Class D for compression ignition (diesel) engines. In perfect running order to this day, the 404 Diesel remains the sole example of a car that proved to a generation of drivers that diesel power had a future, beyond taxis, tractors and trucks, and in the process Peugeot became renowned for producing durable, capable and efficient compact diesel powered vehicles.

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    Today?s Diesel Engines Continue to Use the Very Latest Technology ;
    Time and again Peugeot offers the most efficient emissions control technology in the market. ;
    The Particulate Filter (FAP) was launched as a world first by Peugeot on the 607 in 2000, to eliminate 99.9% of particulates whatever their size, both fine and ultra-fine. ;
    Since 2007, the brand has applied the FAP widely, generalising its use across the range, well before the Euro5 standard imposed its application to all Diesel vehicles sold in Europe from January 2011. Since the end of 2013, the Brand has been using the new BlueHDi technology which provides a drastic reduction in the emissions of nitrous oxides. Uniquely associating SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) and a particulate filter with additive, it allows the NOx emissions from new generation Diesel engines to be reduced by up to 90%, CO2 emissions and fuel consumption to be optimised, while still eliminating 99.9% of particulates.

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    The BlueHDi offers two key advantages: ;

    ????SCR, allowing engine settings to be optimised for the best fuel consumption and specific performance, contrary to the emissions control solutions that operate at source and NOx traps, which adversely affect fuel consumption and CO2 emissions; ; ????the installation of the SCR upstream of the FAP with additive allows faster treatment of emissions from engine start-up.

    The BlueHDi technology already comfortably meets the Euro 6 Diesel emissions standard and will be progressively introduced on all of the brand?s Diesel models and presents the best potential for meeting future emissions standards.

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    The Brand has been continuously innovative ? with many notable firsts: ;
    1810????Peugeot Brand was formed producing metal cutting / shaping implements - saws and chisels ;
    1889????The steam-driven Serpollet-Peugeot automobile was the first and only one was produced ;
    1890????The first internal-combustion Peugeot was a Type 2 powered by a Panhard-Daimler engine* ;
    1896????Peugeot Automobiles business was established, and Peugeot engines then powered its vehicles ;
    1898????Peugeot became the first manufacturer to fit (solid) rubber tyres to a (petrol-powered) car ;
    1901????Type 36 was the first Peugeot to feature a bonnet, a new single-cylinder engine and a steering wheel. The Peugeot Beb? was shown at the Paris Motor Show and became a ?style leader? ;
    1907????Peugeot?s first 6-cylinder engine was shown at the Paris Salon ;
    1912????The second Peugeot Beb? (baby / compact / small car ? BP1) was designed by Ettore Bugatti ;
    1913????Production of automobiles started at Sochaux (now the oldest car-producing site in the world) ;
    1929????Peugeot introduced a numerical identity after its 201st design became known as the ?201? ? which in 1931 was the first production car in the world to have independent front suspension ;
    1934????Introduction of the world?s first retractable hardtop car with the 401 ?clipse ;
    1935????Production of the 202, 302 and 402 all featured the Airflow-inspired aerodynamic style ;
    1938????402 was the first aerodynamic Peugeot car to be mass produced, called the ?Sochaux Rocket? ;
    1959????Peugeot launched the 403 Diesel ? the first mass-produced Diesel car in the world ;
    1967????204 was the first front-wheel drive car with diesel power and the smallest diesel engine in the world ;
    1969????Peugeot 504 was voted winner of the 1969 European Car of the Year (119 points awarded) ;
    1972????104 was the smallest five-door car in the world when launched ;
    1979????Peugeot 604 D Turbo was the first turbocharged diesel car to be sold in Europe ;
    1984????The Peugeot 205 GTi was launched ? the birth of a popular icon with ?pocket-rocket? performance ;
    1988????Peugeot 405 was voted 1988 European Car of the Year (464 points awarded ? the highest-ever score) ;
    1999????Peugeot 607 was the first car to be fitted with a Diesel particulate filter as standard ;
    2002????Peugeot 307 was voted winner of the 2002 European Car of the Year (286 points awarded) ;
    2003????The 206 was the first diesel supermini to be equipped with a particulate filter ;
    2004????Peugeot 1007 was the first passenger car to feature sliding doors on a two door car ;
    2010????Peugeot Brand enters its third centenary and signifies it with new lion Brand badging ;
    2010????Peugeot 3008 Crossover HYbrid4 was the world?s first production diesel-electric hybrid vehicle ;
    2014????Peugeot 308 voted winner of the 2014 ?Car of the Year? (with 307 points awarded)

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    In competition, finishing first is always the primary objective: ;
    1894????Albert Lema?tre driving a Peugeot 3hp Type 5 won the very first recorded motor sport competition ? the Paris to Rouen race. Five Peugeot cars were entered with all five finishing. ;
    1895?????douard and Andr? Michelin first used pneumatic tyres in competition (before solids were used on public vehicles) on a Peugeot car for the Paris-Bordeaux-Paris race ;
    1899????Lema?tre won the Nice-Castellane-Nice Rally in a Peugeot 20hp racer ;
    1912????Georges Boillot driving a Peugeot with the first four-valve per cylinder engine (with Double OverHead Camshaft - DOHC 4-cylinder 7.6-litre) won the French Grand Prix and was the first to repeat success winning again in 1913 ;
    1913????Peugeot became the first non-American company to win the Indianapolis race, winning again in 1916 (Dario Resta) and in 1919 (Howdy Wilcox) ;
    1922????Peugeot won the Coppa Florios race and again in 1925 ;
    1923????First in the Touring Car Grand Prix, repeated in 1925 and in 1926 won the Spa 24 hour race ;
    1963????The Peugeot 404 Sedan won the East African Safari and again in 1966 and 1967 ;
    1965????The 404 set 40 endurance class records for a Diesel powered car ????at the Monthl?ry race track ;
    1975????The 504 Injection Sedan won the East African Safari and again in 1978 ;
    1981????Peugeot Sport was formed by then director, Jean Todt ;
    1984????The 205 Turbo 16 (T16) Group B was the first mid-engined four-wheel drive car and took its first victory in Finland in the hands of Ari Vatanen ;
    1985????Peugeot won the Manufacturer?s and Driver?s title (with Timo Salonen) in the World Rally Championship ;
    1987????Peugeot then won the Dakar Rally with the 205 T16 and again in 1988, followed twice more (1989-1990 with the 405 T16) ;
    1988????At the Pikes Peak Hill climb in Colorado Peugeot won twice (1988 & 1989) with the 405 T16 ;
    1992????905 won the Le Mans 24-hour race and in 1993 followed it with a perfect 1-2-3 finish ;
    1994????Powered McLaren in Formula One, then Jordan GP in 1995-97 and Prost GP 1998-2000 ;
    2000????206 WRC won the Manufacturer?s (2000-2002) & Drivers title with Marcus Gr?nholm ;
    2007????Peugeot won the Intercontinental Rally Challenge (IRC) three times (2007-2009) with the 207 S2000, for Peugeot UK in 2009 with Kris Meeke ;
    2009????907 won the Le Mans 24-hour race, winning many other LMS races around the world ;
    2013????Peugeot returned to Pikes Peak with S?bastien Loeb who conquered the hill climb in a time ????of just 8:13.878, beating the previous record by an astonishing 90 seconds

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    Peugeot anniversaries in 2015 ;

    ????125 years of producing combustion-engine vehicles (since 1890) ? with 65 million produced since ; ????120 years making commercial vehicles (1895) ; ????80 years for the 402 ; ????60 years for the 403 ; ????50 years for the 204 ; ????50 years since 40 endurance records were set by the 404 Diesel at Montlh?ry ; ????50 years for the J7 van ; ????40 years for the 604 ; ????30 years for the 309 ; ????30 years since the 205 T16 won the World Rally Championship

    About Peugeot ;
    The Peugeot brand can trace its roots back to 1810. It was in 1889 that it began producing automobiles. Since then, over 65 million vehicles of many different shapes and sizes have been sold. Demonstrated through its Brand signature ?Motion & Emotion?, Peugeot is present in 160 countries, has 10,000 franchised Dealers and is recognised for the quality and design excellence of its products.

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    Peugeot UK ;
    The UK is the 3rd largest market for Peugeot with its UK Headquarters located in Coventry. The UK car line-up includes the 108, 208, 308, 508, 2008, 3008, 5008 and RCZ, supplemented by people-carriers and four-van range. The 208 is the best-selling Peugeot and the Partner the best-selling van in the UK.

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    Peugeot UK Communications Contacts ;
    Andrew Didlick, Director Communications, Events & Brand Partnerships ;
    T: +44 (0)2476 884309 ????|????M: +44 (0) 7836 362859 ????|????E: andrew.didlick@mpsa.com ;
    Kevin Jones, Head of Communications, Peugeot UK ;
    T: +44 (0)2476 884215 ????|????M: +44 (0) 7880 786596????|????E: kevin.jones@peugeot.com ;
    Louise Dowling, PR Manager, Peugeot UK ;
    T: +44 (0)2476 884216????|????M: +44 (0) 7767 490420????|????E: louise.dowling@peugeot.com ;
    Kerry Livesey, Press Officer, Peugeot UK ;
    T: +44 (0)2476 884212????|????M: +44 (0) 7940 078848????|????E: kerry.livesey@peugeot.com ;
    Craig Morrow, Press Fleet Officer ;
    T: +44 (0)2476 884261????|????M: +44 (0) 7747 764745????|????E: craig.morrow@mpsa.com

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    For high-resolution downloadable images of the Peugeot product range, information and news stories, log onto the dedicated Peugeot Press website at: http://www.peugeotpress.co.uk (News

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      Allegiancy CEO Takes on Open Office Space Trend in Latest Blog Post

      March 4, 2015 by  
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      Richmond, Va. (PRWEB) March 01, 2015

      ?Google got it wrong. The open-office trend is destroying the workplace,? proclaimed a recent headline in the Washington Post.

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      That?s how Steve Sadler, CEO of Allegiancy, started off a recent blog post about co-working office spaces.

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      Allegiancy, a Richmond, Va.-based commercial asset management firm specializing in office space, manages millions of feet of office space, Sadler wrote, going on to explain trends he is seeing across the country.

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      ?The open floor plan is a plus only for a few select businesses,? Sadler wrote. ?It works well for securities traders, air traffic controllers, and anyone who needs to instantaneously exchange information to work effectively.?

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      For everyone else, not so much, he said.

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      ?We experienced this reality three years ago when our company, Allegiancy, tried an open floor plan,? Sadler wrote. ?Everyone hated it, except the president and me (the CEO). We also found that many of the perceived benefits of an open-office were not realized in practice.?

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      One of the often-promoted benefits of an open-office is that the company can reduce its footprint, its need for space. That does not seem to happen long-term, Sadler explained.

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      ?Instead, with the loss of privacy for employees, the need for more meeting rooms, phone booths, and other private spaces expands,? Sadler wrote. ?Anytime employees need to have a confidential conversation, they need one of the much-coveted private rooms. Ultimately, the growth of the private spaces can offset the space savings the company had hoped to realize.?

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      Other points highlighted by Sadler in this blog post included observations that ?time is lost with employees trying to grab a conference room? and that ?the increase in ambient noise reduces productivity. Numerous studies have shown that excessive distractions are physically draining and lead to poorer work performance.?

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      ?Open-office space is the current fashion, but as bell bottom pants once showed the world: what?s in style doesn?t always work for everyone,? Sadler wrote.

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      ABOUT ALLEGIANCY

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      Allegiancy is changing the business of asset management for commercial real estate owners and investors. With an advanced technology platform and singular focus on serving as the owners? advocate, the company brings fresh vigor to an often poorly understood business. Combining its proactive Value Assurance? operational rigor with an intense focus on cash flow and profitability, Allegiancy is expanding on a track record of more than four decades of success.

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      Headquartered in Richmond, Va., and led by a team of seasoned professionals with more than 100 years of experience, Allegiancy manages properties that have outperformed their peers by 45 percent since 2006. The company has more than $ 300 million in assets under management (AUM) and delivers clients attractive returns and profitable, hassle-free investments in commercial real estate.

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      More information about Allegiancy may be found at http://www.allegiancy.us. To schedule an interview with Allegiancy?s leadership, contact Audrey Bevel at audrey(at)allegiancy(dot)us or 866.842.7545 ext. 204, or (804) 201-7161.

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      This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and other federal securities laws. These forward-looking statements are based upon the Allegiancy, LLC?s (the ?Company?) present expectations, but these statements are not guaranteed to occur. Furthermore, the Company disclaims any obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statement to reflect changes in underlying assumptions or factors, of new information, data or methods, future events or other changes. Investors should not place undue reliance upon forward-looking statements. For further discussion of the factors that could affect outcomes, please refer to the ?Risk Factors? section of the offering circular dated January 14, 2014 and filed by the Company with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on January 15, 2014. The offering circular, and any supplements or updates thereto, is available on the EDGAR system located on http://www.sec.gov.

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        Allegiancy Releases More ?Rags to Riches? Stories in Latest Post on Web Site

        January 7, 2015 by  
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        Richmond, Va. (PRWEB) December 30, 2014

        Doing something often enough reveals patterns. That?s what has happened with Allegiancy, a commercial real estate asset manager, over the past 25 years as they have managed various real estate assets around the United States.

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        Allegiancy has found three recurring patterns: 1) properties without cash needing maintenance; 2) properties in distress from lack of attention and more than fundamental problems; and 3) properties with tenants threatening to leave and new tenants not signing on.

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        Allegiancy immediately recognized these patterns in three properties they took on in Atlanta; Columbia, S.C.; and Phoenix.

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        Property 1: Breckenridge Exchange ? Atlanta, Georgia

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        The Atlanta property was paralyzed by lack of money. The property owners and manager were desperate and skimping wherever they could. They hadn?t added any new leases in two years. The property looked uncared for, and the tenants had lost all loyalty. Unpaid rent had reached tens of thousands of dollars.

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        Allegiancy?s approach: Spend a little, gain a lot.

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        Allegiancy met with the tenants and property manager to walk the property. They immediately saw several low-cost, high-impact improvements that could add curb appeal and signal tangible change.

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        Allegiancy had all the curbs painted, which instantly improved first impressions. Rather than replacing the large entry sign, they took out overgrown trees, cut back bushes covering it, and power washed it. They had all the budgeted flowers placed at the entrance of the property for maximum impact. Essentially, Allegiancy undertook a few simple projects to demonstrate leadership and visible progress to tenants.

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        Allegiancy?s Results: Happy tenants, new leasing.

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        The care shown to tenants gave them confidence and boosted new leasing efforts. The owners were saved tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees to fight tenant defections. And Allegiancy actually leased more than 30,000 square feet of new space over eight months in a market with a 20 percent vacancy rate. This property?s value was soon restored.

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        Property 2: Farrow Road ? Columbia, S.C.

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        At the South Carolina property, the tenants were seriously concerned about the lack of maintenance of their building, but the cost of needed repairs had overwhelmed the property manager and owners. For example, the roof was leaking, and the low bid to fix it was $ 100,000. New gutters had been bid at $ 15,000, and new painting was estimated to cost $ 40,000. This was all money the property didn?t have.

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        Allegiancy Approach: ?Talk to the boots-in-dirt.?

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        As is their practice, the Allegiancy team reevaluated the issues and re-bid the work with new contractors. With the roof, they hit paydirt. Allegiancy had seen a lot of roof issues around the country. They knew that most office roofs are flat, and leaks are generally around the perimeter, meaning that the entire roof usually doesn?t need to be replaced. By climbing up on the roof and talking with the actual roofers, Allegiancy found that was once again the case. That?s when they heard, ?We could really fix these leaks around the edges, and you?d be good.? At a cost of $ 19,000, not $ 100,000.

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        Similarly, Allegiancy found gutters for $ 1,500, not $ 15,000, and they determined that much of the paint work could be reduced or deferred. With the money saved, Allegiancy could then address more pressing tenant issues including landscaping and pest control.

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        Allegiancy?s Results: Money saved, value earned

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        The Allegiancy ?shoe leather and elbow grease? approach saved Columbia property owners more than $ 100,000. That savings meant the property could survive. With minimal spending, they addressed tenant concerns and secured the property?s stable future.

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        Property 3: Phoenix Peak ? Phoenix, Arizona

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        Phoenix Peak looked tired and sad. In fact, its lobby and elevators told a story of wear and neglect, but bids to renovate them came in at $ 98,000. Under the experienced leadership of Allegiancy, renovation instead became a thorough cleaning, fresh paint, and leased artwork mounted throughout the building. This approach worked wonders with minimal capital spending.

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        Allegiancy?s Approach: Ask ?Why??

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        The Phoenix lobby turned out not to be an isolated case. The building also had a malfunctioning building controls system. Replacement was recommended, but the lowest bid was $ 120,000. Allegiancy kept asking ?Why?? and digging deeper to understand what was really needed. Allegiancy found an Internet-enabled thermostat control system for $ 15,000 that solved the problems and greatly improved efficiency.

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        By asking ?Why?? often, listening to tenants, and using their own expertise, Allegiancy selected a few other low-cost, high-impact projects, including targeted landscaping, refurbishing insides of elevators, and upgrading the HVAC control system.

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        Allegiancy?s Results: Value restored

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        Within a year, this property was performing well financially and building cash reserves. Existing tenants were satisfied, and many renewed and expanded their leases. New leasing was reinvigorated, and occupancy went from 70 to 95 percent. The owners were ecstatic because they hadn?t had to pay for the improvements out of pocket, and their property was actually generating income. Property value went from an appraisal of just under $ 6 million to a sale price of $ 10.2 million.

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        In Summary

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        Allegiancy president Chris Sadler said: ?After years of doing this, we?ve learned that the right set of improvement projects can affect every aspect of a property. We look to make a noticeable difference quickly so that tenants and prospective tenants immediately feel good about their property ?home.??

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        Allegiancy CEO Steve Sadler added, ?It turns out that the little things do make the huge difference, and acting like a property owner is the key to building long-term success. In short, we just do what the owners would do if they were here.?

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        More information about how Allegiancy was able to achieve these results is available here.

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        About Allegiancy

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        Allegiancy is changing the business of asset management for commercial real estate owners and investors. With an advanced technology platform and singular focus on serving as the owners? advocate, the company brings fresh vigor to an often poorly understood business. Combining its proactive Value Assurance? operational rigor with an intense focus on cash flow and profitability, Allegiancy is expanding on a track record of more than four decades of success.

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        Headquartered in Richmond, Va., and led by a team of seasoned professionals and more than 100 years of experience, Allegiancy manages properties that have outperformed their peers by 45 percent since 2006. The company has more than $ 300 million in assets under management (AUM) and delivers clients attractive returns and profitable, hassle-free investments in commercial real estate.

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        More information about Allegiancy may be found at http://www.allegiancy.us.

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        To schedule an interview with Allegiancy?s leadership, contact Audrey Bevel at audrey(at)allegiancy(dot)us or 866.842.7545 ext. 204 or or (804)201-7161.

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        This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and other federal securities laws. These forward-looking statements are based upon the Allegiancy, LLC?s (the ?Company?) present expectations, but these statements are not guaranteed to occur. Furthermore, the Company disclaims any obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statement to reflect changes in underlying assumptions or factors, of new information, data or methods, future events or other changes. Investors should not place undue reliance upon forward-looking statements. For further discussion of the factors that could affect outcomes, please refer to the ?Risk Factors? section of the offering circular dated January 14, 2014 and filed by the Company with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on January 15, 2014. The offering circular, and any supplements or updates thereto, is available on the EDGAR system located on http://www.sec.gov.

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          Hub Magazine Hits Georgia Health IT Startups in Latest Issue

          December 18, 2014 by  
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          Atlanta, Georgia. (PRWEB) December 16, 2014

          The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG), one of the nation?s largest state trade organizations dedicated to technology and innovation, recently showcased eight Health IT startups in the latest issue of Hub Magazine.

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          The startups appeared in the magazine?s Georgia Upstarts section, which is a regular feature that profiles startup companies with intriguing technology products/solutions in the marketplace or that are ready to be released within the next 5-6 months.

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          The current issue of Hub Magazine features Peach State startups that are driving innovation in the Health IT sector: ;

          ; ????Dermitrax- makers of a mobile app that enables skin cancer patients to manage/monitor and link data about their condition with their physician. ;

          ????Digital Assent-company that help hospital systems automatically publish patient ratings and survey comments to their online physician directory. ;

          ????Fit Radio-Radio mobile app maker offering thousands of high-energy workout music mixes. ;

          ????Hybrid HealthIT- an innovative Health IT and professional services consulting firm. ;

          ????MMJ Labs-developers of the palm-sized Buzzy(R) device that utilizes vibration and cold technology to relieve sharp pain on contact. ;

          ????SwiftPay MD-a charge capture and revenue cycle management platform for hospitals, medical groups and medical billing companies. ;

          ????Unicore Health- developer of patented employee health decision-making tools and a communication platform for physicians and employers. ;

          ????Vitamin C- a patient engagement app that automates follow-up and data collection for healthcare providers.

          The startups are featured on page 40 of the Health IT issue of Hub Magazine.

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          View the digital version of the magazine by clicking READ NOW at: http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/839251

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          HUB Magazine is the only statewide publication that?s exclusively dedicated to Georgia?s vibrant Technology community.

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          About Hub Magazine

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          Hub Magazine features timely news, ideas, people and trends that are at the intersection of Georgia?s Emerging technology community. Published quarterly, HUB Magazine reaches a potential 26,000 + subscribers via print and digital distribution. ;
          Learn more at: http://www.hubga.com

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          About The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG)

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          TAG is the leading technology industry association in the state, serving more than 25,000 members through regional chapters in Metro Atlanta, Athens, Augusta, Columbus, Macon/Middle Georgia, and Savannah. TAG?s mission is to educate, promote, and unite Georgia?s technology community to foster an innovative and connected marketplace that stimulates and enhances a tech-based economy.

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          The association provides networking and educational programs; celebrates Georgia?s technology leaders and companies; and advocates for legislative action that enhances the state?s economic climate for technology. TAG hosts over 200 events each year and serves as an umbrella organization for 34 professional societies. Additionally, the TAG Education Collaborative (TAG?s charitable arm) focuses on helping science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education initiatives thrive.

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          For more information visit the TAG website at http://www.tagonline.org or TAG?s community website at www(dot)TAGthink(dot)com. To learn about the TAG-Ed Collaborative visit http://www.tagedonline.org/.

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            Ageless Derma Introduces Its Latest Shampoo Innovation to Its Anti-Aging Product Line

            December 17, 2014 by  
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            Irvine, California (PRWEB) December 15, 2014

            Ageless Derma, the maker of pure anti-aging skin and hair products, is excited to launch its latest addition of the Volumizing Shiny Hair Shampoo product. This is a shampoo containing pure botanical extracts and natural vitamins for a truly enriching and youth-inducing shampoo experience. Hair will undergo increased volume, more shine, more manageability, added moisture and newly restored health with regular use of this state-of-the-art hair development.

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            The Volumizing Shiny Hair Shampoo is manufactured using powerful yet all natural extracts and vitamins. Olive leaf extract, also known as Europaea, has a monopoly on anti-oxidants, anti-bacterials, and anti-inflammatory agents, all of which protect, enliven, and strengthen the hair by working directly within the hair follicles. Moisture is enveloped within the follicles, making hair healthy once again. This extract also provides the highly desired shine to hair in addition to restoring smoothness. Olive leaf extract contained in Volumizing Shiny Hair Shampoo also enables the immune system to become stronger. The follicles are protected against stress and hair is restructured for an overall more radiant and glowing appearance from within. The stronger hair follicles enables hair to look as though it is fuller and it is, indeed, healthier with the use of this powerful product.

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            Vitamin B5, or panthenol, is included in Volumizing Shiny Hair Shampoo. This is a provitamin that is a moisturizer, a humectant, and an emollient all rolled into one. The Vitamin B5 provides hair with extreme shine and also detangles it. This vitamin ingredient in Volumizing Shiny Hair Shampoo can enter the hair cuticle and shaft for maximum effect.

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            At Ageless Derma, we believe we are achieving something quite special. Our own line of physician-grade skin care products incorporates an important philosophy: promoting overall skin health by delivering the most advanced biotechnology and natural ingredients to each of the skin's layers. This attitude still resonates today with our founder, Dr. Farid Mostamand, who nearly ten years ago began his journey to provide the finest skin care choices for people who want to have healthy and beautiful looking skin at any age. About our latest product, Dr. Mostamand says, ?Volumizing Shiny Hair Shampoo is sure to be one of our most desired products on the hair care market today. It is manufactured without the use of sodium lauryl sufates or parabens, both of which have been linked to cancer and other dangers. The pure olive leaf extract, Europaea, defends and fortifies the hair follicle for superb shine and health, in addition to renewed volume."

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            Ageless Derma products are formulated in FDA-approved Labs. All ingredients are inspired by nature and enhanced by science. Ageless Derma products do not contain parabens or any other harsh chemicals, and they are never tested on animals. The company has formulated five unique lines of products to address any skin type and skin condition, and includes quality hair products in its extensive line.

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              Ageless Derma Launches Its Latest Skin Care Product: Rejuvenating Botanical Cleanser

              November 19, 2014 by  
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              Irvine, California (PRWEB) November 17, 2014

              The Ageless Derma Skin Care Company is excited to announce its latest development of an anti-aging cleansing gel that targets virtually any skin area for a deep cleansing result. Their Rejuvenating Botanical Cleanser is comprised of pure plant-based ingredients that go beyond simple cleaning to skin renewal and reinvigoration.

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              Rejuvenating Botanical Cleanser is nature-based, with ingredients that are comprised of botanicals and vitamins. The natural vitamins help heal inflamed skin conditions, especially targeting acne or blemishes that mar the complexion. Vitamins A, C, and E are incorporated into the Rejuvenating Botanical Cleanser as natural anti-oxidants for multiple activities. Vitamin C, ascorbic acid, lessens the formation of fine lines and wrinkles on the body and face, helps alleviate the damage done by sun exposure and protects against damaging free radicals. The Vitamin E, tocopheryl acetate, in Rejuvenating Botanical Cleanser soothes skin with renewed hydration. Vitamin E is also a free radical fighter and slows the wrinkling that occurs with sun exposure. The Vitamin A, retinyl palmitate, works on the entire body to thicken the skin?s upper layer, improve elasticity, fix sun exposure damage, and stimulate the production of new collagen, imperative to a rejuvenated more youthful appearance.

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              Ageless Derma has also placed restorative extracts from nature in their Rejuvenating Botanical Cleanser. These include kiwi fruit extract, white grape fruit extract, rosemary leaf, humulus lupulus extract, citrus peel extract and honey. As with most Ageless Derma skin care products, Rejuvenating Botanical Cleanser contains no parabens or fragrances that may disturb those with sensitive skin issues. This gentle yet powerful gel cleanser for the whole body was specially designed with ingredients that are non-irritating and non-comedogenic.

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              The developers at Ageless Derma Skin Care know they are making something remarkable occur in the skin care world. Their line of physician-grade skin repair products incorporates an invaluable philosophy: supporting overall skin health by delivering the most cutting-edge biotechnology and pure, natural ingredients to all of the skin's layers. This approach continues to resonate even today with the company?s founder, Dr. Farid Mostamand, who close to a decade ago began his journey to deliver the best skin care alternatives for those who want to have healthy and beautiful looking skin at any age. About this latest Ageless Derma cleanser, Dr. Mostamand says, ?The Ageless Derma Rejuvenating Botanical Cleanser is made with pure fruit and plant extracts that work amazingly well to rid the body of toxins, grime and surface oils without any harsh chemicals disrupting the skin?s natural balance of oils. This whole body cleanser can be used every day and is especially targeted for those with normal to oily skin types.?

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              Ageless Derma products are developed in FDA-approved laboratories. All ingredients are inspired by nature and enriched by science. Ageless Derma products do not include parabens or any other harsh elements, and they are never tested on animals. The company has developed five distinctive lines of products to address any skin type or condition.

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                FACE Skincare Medical Wellness Unveils Ten of the Latest Skin Perfecting Beauty Treatments for the Holiday Season

                November 6, 2014 by  
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                (PRWEB) November 06, 2014

                Holly CaSaroll, the founder and ?skin guru? of FACE, an award-winning skin clinic, has launched its winter campaign on ?How to Be a Perfect 10 by the Holidays,? by featuring a step-by-step guide to the latest beauty and wellness treatments that will transform women for the holiday season.

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                1. FACE is the first to bring to the public the Oxygeneo facial treatment. Oxygeneo is a revolutionary treatment that resurfaces the skin without chemicals, while simultaneously stimulating collagen, and creating oxygen deep within the tissue. Great in a 30-minute session, for most skin conditions and all ethnicities. ;
                2. The VIVA is a Nano fractional laser that helps to repair scars, smooth lines and wrinkles, and even has a slight effect on the skin?s firmness. This is also accomplished with little to no downtime. ;
                3. Individuals looking to refine their pores and decrease redness can rely on the comfortable Genesis Laser. ;
                4. Lift brows without surgery with the highly reputable Ultherapy treatment, which is also the only FDA-cleared device, and facelift alternative to physically lift the brow, jowl, and neck without downtime. ;
                5. No matter how much someone wants to refine their skin, they need to still replace lost volume, and that is why at step five, Voluma Filler, is used to restore volume in the cheeks for up to two years. ;
                6. Expression lines also need to be addressed with Botox or an alternative like Xeomin. ?Beyond skin?s texture, and loss of volume, we need to address our expression lines in the upper face which come from the level of the muscle,? says CaSaroll. ?That way the muscle isn?t creating lines, which will break down the collagen again after it is already rebuilt.? ;
                7. What good is it if skin doesn?t have a glow? CaSaroll created the 3D Face Therapy? to transform the skin from a cellular level in just an hour. Customized resurfacing, oxygen, and a Medical Light Therapy stimulate the fibroblast cells, which stimulate collagen. ;
                8. Beauty is not just with the skin, but comes from within, so women can prevent aging from the inside out. Detox with a colon hydrotherapy session, as 80% of a person?s immune system is in the gut. Detoxification can greatly improve the appearance of the skin. ;
                9. Consider an Infrared Wrap, which will help detox further, and lose inches and excess weight. ;
                10. To finish with a bang, get a Wellness Checkup, as performed for renowned Naturopathic Physician, Dr. Doug Cutler, of Cutler Integrative Medicine (partner of FACE). This hour long patient visit will go beyond symptoms to address health at the root cause.

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                To learn more about these advanced treatments and schedule a consultation, please call 248-663-0161.

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                About FACE Skincare~Medical~Wellness: ;
                FACE is a multi-award winning beauty and wellness clinic that has been providing successful innovative solutions to skin conditions for over a decade. Founded by skin expert, Holly CaSaroll, FACE offers 24 laser and facial machines, liquid facelifts and body makeovers. Over 17 years ago, CaSaroll rebuilt her own skin, disfigured from cystic acne, and has since created one of the most extensive clinics around. CaSaroll is a go-to skin guru and has been featured on TV and a bevy of publications. She currently pens a monthly column in ?My Magazine,? titled ?Ask the Expert.? Their Skin Management Experts? specialize in non-invasive therapies using their unique 3D Face Therapy? approach to healing skin that accelerates results from a cellular level. Her wellness division, headed by Dr. Doug Cutler, a Licensed Naturopathic Physician, finds the root cause of imbalances in the body to create overall well-being from the inside out. To see what FACE can do for you, please visit http://www.facebeautyscience.com/.

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                  Ageless Derma Launches The Latest Addition To Their Anti-Aging Line of Natural Skin Care Products

                  October 31, 2014 by  
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                  Irvine, California (PRWEB) October 27, 2014

                  The Glycolic Rejuvenating Toner is Ageless Derma?s latest innovation in anti-aging skin care. This revitalizing toner contains glycolic acid, a natural derivative of the sugar cane plant. Other glycols included in this refreshing toner help with skin exfoliation and the revelation of younger, fresher skin.

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                  Exposure to toxins and pollutants in the environment dull skin tone and make it unevenly colored, with dark spots that mar the complexion. The Glycolic Rejuvenating Toner contains natural glycolic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA), which enables the skin to appear years younger through its gentle yet effective exfoliating action. AHAs are known to increase collagen production and thicken skin that has become thinned with age, without any associated inflammation. It exfoliates dead skin cells to gently reveal new layers of skin. Fine lines, surface scars and uneven tone are returned to their former glory.

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                  Glycolic Rejuvenating Toner contains Butylene Glycol, a derivative of organically fermented corn, which is broken down into a gamma-hydroxybutyric acid. This is a substance that is found within the human body naturally. It is a powerful humectant and improves the skin?s moisture-retaining abilities. This glycol is non-toxic and hypoallergenic.

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                  The botanical extracts placed within Glycolic Rejuvenating Toner naturally freshen and heal the skin. Rosemary extract is an antiseptic and anti-irritant for skin blemishes, acne, and roughened, irritated conditions. It heals and protects. The minerals and vitamins contained within the rosemary extract tone the skin in a natural and effective manner. Glycolic Rejuvenating Toner also contains lemon bioflavonoids (Citrus Medica Limonum), which brighten skin tone, diminish darkened age spots and give skin a luminous appearance.

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                  The developers at Ageless Derma Skin Care know they are making something remarkable occur in the skin care world. Their line of physician-grade skin repair products incorporates an invaluable philosophy: supporting overall skin health by delivering the most cutting-edge biotechnology and pure, natural ingredients to all of the skin's layers.

                  ;

                  This approach continues to resonate even today with the company?s founder, Dr. Farid Mostamand, who close to ten years ago began his journey to deliver the best skin care alternatives for those who want to have healthy and beautiful looking skin at any age. About this latest Ageless Derma product, Dr. Mostamand says, ?The Ageless Derma Glycolic Rejuvenating Toner is made up of healthy, protective ingredients that come from nature. Not only will this toning product reveal the healthy skin that lies beneath, but it also anti-ages skin as it speeds up collagen and elastin production, giving skin a firmness and suppleness that has been missing until now.?

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                  Ageless Derma products are developed in FDA-approved laboratories. All ingredients are inspired by nature and enriched by science. Ageless Derma products do not include parabens or any other harsh elements, and they are never tested on animals. The company has developed five distinctive lines of products to address any skin type or condition.

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                    Latest Best Drug Rehabilitation Blog Post Focuses on the First Step to Addiction Recovery

                    March 10, 2014 by  
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                    (PRWEB) March 06, 2014

                    Individuals struggling with an addiction to alcohol or drugs, as well as their loved ones and friends who want to be part of the solution, should read the latest Best Drug Rehabilitation blog post that focuses on the first step to addiction recovery.

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                    ?When a house is on fire, we don?t sit around and analyze the root causes and factors,? commented Per Wickstrom, Best Drug Rehabilitation?s CEO. ?Our first and primary goal is to put out the fire, and once that is safely done, then we can focus on how it happened so that we can proactively prevent another inferno. In a similar light, the first step in addiction recovery is detoxification, which rids the body of addictive drugs while safely managing withdrawal symptoms.?

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                    With respect to the detoxification process, the blog post notes that: ;

                    ; the early stages are invariably the most difficult, and it?s essential for addicts to rely on 24/7 support from trained and qualified medical professionals ; despite stereotypes that persist in movies and elsewhere, withdrawal symptoms vary widely based on the substance and an individual?s specific response ; there is no standard duration for the drug detox process ; while there are a variety of proven drug detox methods, the ?right one? is that which fits the unique needs of an individual patient; there is no one-size-fits-all method ; typically, the most effective drug detox programs combine treatment with a follow-up to prevent relapses

                    Added Per Wickstrom: ?Because of the chronic nature of addiction, many addicts struggle to complete the drug detoxification process on their first attempt, and therefore must try again ? sometimes several times ? before sobriety sticks.?

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                    The full text of Best Drug Rehabilitation?s latest blog entitled, ?The First Step to Addiction Recovery? is available at http://www.bestdrugrehabilitation.com/blog/addiction/the-first-step-to-addiction-recovery.

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                    For additional information or media inquiries, contact Amber Howe, Executive Director BDR, at (231) 887-4590 or ahowe(at)rehabadmin(dot)com.

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                    About Best Drug Rehabilitation

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                    Best Drug Rehabilitation offers treatment programs, and believes that having family close by during a stay in rehab can make a big difference in whether or not the process is successful. Led by CEO Per Wickstrom, Best Drug Rehabilitation also understands that recovering from an addiction is an intense emotional and physical challenge, and as such provides clients with a comfortable and private space that is safe and free of anxiety. Ultimately, Best Drug Rehabilitation offers recovery geared to the personalized needs of each client, which is an option that makes the chance for long-term success much more likely.

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                    Learn more at http://www.bestdrugrehabilitation.com/.

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