Greggs has appointed a new general manager for the Midlands. Ian Bagnall will be responsible for the 168 shops located in the Midlands as well as the company’s bakery operations in Birmingham.He joined as sales director of Greggs of the Midlands in 2005 from Greggs’ south west division, and takes over from recently retired managing director Alan Dick.“Alan is an inspirational leader who took Greggs from strength to strength in the Midlands and we all wish him the very best for his retirement,” said Bagnall. “The future looks extremely promising for Greggs in the Midlands as we continue to open new shops across the region and expand our range of fresh products to meet our customer’s needs.”
Sharing is caring! 27 Views no discussions Tweet Share Spa & Wellness Centre. Photo credit: hotel-dvorak.czRoseau, Dominica – (July 7th, 2011)- Dominica, will host the second symposium of the Caribbean Spa and Wellness Association (C-SWA) on marketing strategies from July 12 – 13, 2011 at the Fort Young Hotel. The destination was selected for this regional meeting following a team effort from the Ministry of Tourism and Legal Affairs, the Discover Dominica Authority (DDA) and C-SWA Board Director, Lilian Piper. This symposium will showcase what Dominica has to offer in the health and wellness sector, and will provide guidance on the way forward in developing this market while in its infant stage. The Caribbean Spa and Wellness Association, in collaboration with Caribbean Export Development Agency (Carib Export), and with technical assistance from the DDA, expect local stakeholders and 40 persons from the private sector, CARIFORUM policy makers and international partners from around the Caribbean, the UK, Thailand and Germany to discuss a marketing strategy and way forward to brand the Caribbean as the world’s largest wellness and spa destination. C-SWA has received US$800,000 in funding to become the leading support organization for Health & Wellness stakeholders. Research conducted by the Carib-Export indicates that the health and wellness sector is growing rapidly in the Caribbean. This sector translates dollars not only to the hoteliers and service providers, but also to the manufacturing and agricultural sectors. C-SWA’s mission is to brand the Caribbean as the world’s largest Spa and Wellness destination of the world. For more information on Dominica, contact Discover Dominica Authority at 767 448 2045.Or, visit Dominica’s official website: www.discoverdominica.com or follow Dominica on Twitter and take a look at our videos on Youtube. LocalNews Dominica to Host the Caribbean Spa & Wellness Association Symposium on Marketing Strategies by: – July 7, 2011 Share Share
Matt finished 3rd in the 50 yard freestyle with a time of 21.11. He easily made the state cut time of 21.59. The first three swimmers in the 50 free each broke the Sectional Record time of 21.12 in the event. Weiler was also the sectional Runner Up in the 100 yard freestyle. The 2014 Boys Swimming Sectional Finals took place at Columbus North High School.Team Results.1. Columbus North-479, 2. Bloomington South-396, 3. Bloomington North-365, 4. East Central-235, 5. Columbus East-15,9 6. Batesville-147, 7. Edgewood-141, 8. Greensburg-104, 9. Lawrenceburg-74, 10. Milan-52, 11. South Dearborn-46, 12. Oldenburg Academy-4,0 13. South Ripley-30.Congratulations to Matt Weiler, who qualified for the Indiana State Finals in the 50 yard freestyle at the Columbus North Sectionals! This is Matt’s second trip to the State Finals. Matt will be seated 5th in the entire state heading into the State Finals on Friday Feb 28, 2014. BHS Sectional Championship Finals Results.200 medley relay: Weiler, Hatcher, Hawkins, Parker-5th: 4th fastest time in school history 1:43.94.50 free: Matt Weiler 3rd place 21.11 STATE CUT (5th fastest time ever at BHS) seeded 5th at State Finals.100 fly: Jacob Hawkins: 16th place 1:03.04 personal best time.100 free: Matt Weiler: Sectional Runner up 48.16, Thomas Hatcher 51.48-11th, Seth Parker 53.49-16th.200 free relay: Weiler, Hunter, McKinley, Miller 1:35.53-5th place. 100 back: Seth Parker-10th 1:02.42-personal best, Jacob Hawkins 1:03.90-personal best.100 breast: Thomas Hatcher-5th 1:02.72.400 free relay: Hunter, McKinley, Hawkins, Parker-7th 3:49.09.Congrats to area Swimmers on a job well done from The Sports Voice-Country 103.9 WRBI!Submitted by Batesville Coach TJ Greene.