Press Release – For Immediate Release: The pauir of The Anti-Pink – pauir Workout Top and Warriorwear as Daily Duty – Press Release from pauir athletic apparel – 11.19.14
The pauir of The Anti-Pink*
Her mind and her body, working in concert, stopped her cancer.
The pauir Workout Top is the start of Act II for this entrepreneur.
*Anti-Pink: Those not embracing the marketing and the mockery of the message.
The message: LIVE! LOVE! LIFE! ….. and did you work out today?
The pauir Workout Top: Act II for this Cincinnati entrepreneur/fitness fanatic.
[CINCINNATI, Ohio ~ Nov. 19, 2014] When Jamie the fitness fanatic was told, with baby Jack barely two months-old in her taut, professionally trained belly, her world didn’t cave in. But it spit out one nasty bitch.
That Jamie Hoffpauir still remains. But she’s has been benched by a new face for this warrior of a woman, one who doesn’t buy Madison Avenue’s version of a cancer “survivor,” and cringes at the very word.
“It’s everywhere you look. The survivor franchise is being bought and sold like cattle,” said Pauir.
“The reality is cancer is coming out of the shadows, but there is a growing resentment amongst those directly affected with the ‘survivor’ language. It’s time for a change.
“I’m not a survivor. I’m a warrior, and this is my battle. While everyone appreciates the support, there is an individual aspect to this journey that remains unrecognized. These women are the heroes of their own stories, and they don’t need to be saved.”
To this Cincinnati mother of two – Jack made it just fine, he’s now looking at high schools – breast cancer cost her personal relationships, a whole lotta heartbreak, and a profound level of innocence.
Every young mother wants the perfect world for her family. When the real world intervenes, is where the warrior within emerges.
With Hoffpauir, Act II came with a new company, pauir athletic apparel (www.pauirathleticapparel.com), and a line of experience-inspired athletic apparel, generated by the difficulty it took just to get dressed for the gym during recovery.
Jamie’s workouts saved her world. But that didn’t mean putting on the gear got easier, in the midst of surgery, rehab and scar tissue.
Just putting on a workout top was a struggle, and the look teetered between hobo and homeless chic.
“We do, however, need the right tools, like functional active wear that will meet our needs throughout the entire journey with cancer,” Pauir said.
“The pauir Workout Top is an ally. We’re filling a genuine need while celebrating not just something to wear, but something to believe in.”
“The pauir Workout Top is helping people move away from pink. We’re acknowledging the realities that women face in their personal journey with breast cancer by being there for this moment of the day – this very critical moment, the workout, the thing that CAN keep you going,” said Pauir.
Ms. Hoffpauir, now engaged, is not just looking for a high school for Jack. Her ex-husband remains a best friend and consigliere. Her first child, daughter Madison, 17, is now looking at colleges. Madison is also a contributor to the Kickstarter campaign organized to fund the first round of production for the pauir Workout Top.
For details on pauiring up the Kickstarter, please refer to https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/scarwearyourstory/pauirthe-first-workout-top-to-help-women-with-brea
“We’re not forming any movement, we’re not creating any new cause. We’re providing a product with a real purpose, without the outreach. We’re focusing on the woman as an individual, and heping her reach within, to get across that bridge,” Pauir said.
“This is where the real fight takes place, by understanding that once the journey starts, it may not have a tidy ending.”
pauir athletic apparel (www.pauirathleticapparel.com) celebrates the migration of women with breast cancer from survivor to warrior. The pauir Workout Top allows women with breast cancer to zip easily into an elegant, fashionable top, from athletic to social scenario. No more restrictions and exclusions, and no baggy, makeshift shift for workout clothes. For more information, please call (859) 802-2354 or send Jamie an e-mail at Jamie@pauirathleticapparel.com.
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Press Release as a PDF – For Immediate Release: Bright!Tax goes! BOOM! Cincy startup U.S. expats tax prep scouts international sites for new HQ – Press Release 10.16.14
Bright!Tax goes! BOOM!
Cincy startup Bright!Tax assisting U.S. expats worldwide lifts anchor in NYC, scouts international sites for new 50-man (and woman) HQ
Greg Dewald’s latest entrepreneurial win, and FATCA.
Last year: 50 countries, 500% growth: This year: 110 countries, 500% growth.
Multi award-winning online entrepreneur Dewald, an UpTech! Finalist.
6.5 million Americans overseas, more and more becoming targets of the IRS.
[NEW YORK, NY and CINCINNATI, OH ~ Oct. 16, 2014] Trust?
In whom do American expatriates trust?
No longer their Swiss bankers.
Nor bankers from any other country, for that matter.
Not since U.S. regulators have begun targeting every bank account worldwide maintained by Americans living and working overseas. And these are highly professional individuals: diplomats, scientists, physicians and corporate executives, as well as missionaries and military contractors.
Just this summer, the U.S. Treasury Department unleashed a regulatory tsunami upon U.S. citizens living and working abroad, the Foreign Accounts and Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).
Uncle Sam and President Obama haven’t exactly spelled out “FATCAT,” but they’re only one letter off. And though their initial interest was to target the 1 percent with significant “quiet” offshore holdings, the average American expat has, unfortunately, been caught in the crosshairs.
“At Bright!Tax, we feel that American expats, for the most part, are American heroes,” said Greg Dewald, principal and founder of Bright!Tax (www.brighttax.com), a cloud-based income tax prep service serving U.S. expatriates.
“In the era of globalization, they represent the best of what the United States projects onto the world stage. At the very least, they deserve to be treated fairly and with a respect that reflects the contributions they make for the greater good.”
“Bright!Tax exists solely to assist American expats with their U.S. tax filing obligation by providing simple, secure and reliable online U.S. tax preparation services that heretofore were simply unavailable,” Dewald said.
There are about 6.5 million Americans living and working overseas, most of whom are still on the hook for filing federal taxes every year, and many of them are simply unaware of their obligation to do so.
They’re assessed on worldwide income, and unless they haven’t renounced U.S. citizenship and returned their passport, expats must file federal taxes every year, as if they lived in Blue Ash or Covington. The IRS penalties for not filing taxes range from $10,000 to $100,000.
UP NEXT: THE FIRST BRIGHT!TAX INTERNATIONAL HQ FACILITY
With his visionary brand of entrepreneurialism, Dewald is a lifelong achiever who previously owned and ran Opera Inc., an nationally renowned designer of trade show exhibits based in Erlanger, Ky.
While leading Opera, Dewald and his staff of over 50 engaged clients nationwide in a cloud-based design and production process, a platform that singed the potential of web commerce and its commercial potential on his frontal lobe, and thus, led to Bright!Tax.
Bright!Tax is a virtual company, save for its data center in New York, which will be relocated early next year to the first international headquarters. An international site search has narrowed the company’s options to office facilities in London, Belgium, Singapore or Hong Kong.
“We anticipate making a decision sometime this fall, with the goal of opening the first international headquarters for Bright!Tax in January of 2015,” Dewald said.
All employees currently work remotely; all BrightTax front-office, back-office, communications and infrastructure originate in the company’s cloud-based architecture. Dewald currently lives in Argentina and Covington.
The first international headquarters will house the Bright!Tax data center as well as Dewald’s HQ offices and an as-yet undetermined number of staff. Currently, Bright!Tax employs 10 CPAs working remotely from their individual office facilities across the U.S.; expansion plans call for 25 CPAs over the next two years, and as many as 50 over the next five years.
“This is what we’re preparing for, that’s the growth that we’ve seen and the future potential of Bright!Tax is amazing,” Dewald said. “Our goal is to come to scale and to grab a major chunk of this burgeoning industry.
“It’s an opportunity for us to introduce excellence into this space, and to display our true passion, which is our near-fanatical commitment to client happiness and satisfaction.”
SERVICE, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE: THE BRIGHT!TAX CUSTOMER SPEAKS
“Far beyond satisfied – which we are – Greg and his team at Bright!Tax were a tremendous relief,” said Lauren Cleaver, an American expat who owns and runs The Iguana Lodge (www.iguanalodge.com) in Costa Rica with her husband Tom.
“Bright!Tax was timely, informed, and friendly. We were frightened at what the IRS could do to us. We no longer have that fear.”
Bright!Tax is poised to provide immediate relief to the complicated headache that U.S. expat taxes have become. For more information, please call Bright!Tax at (212) 465-2528, visit www.brighttax.com or send a message to email@example.com.
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Mr. Greg Dewald
Press Release – For Immediate Release: Ackermann Group of Cincinnati opens The Flats at Fishers Marketplace today in Indianapolis – 10.8.14 Press Release by Andy Hemmer
Choices, Connected Luxury, Indy Living and You
The Flats at Fishers Marketplace Offers High-End Apartment Homes, Flexibility in Living, at a Walkable Community Where Works Meets Play. And Vice Versa.
Walkable and Liveable: The Flats is connected to dining, services, retail and entertainment, right next door.
[INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana ~ Oct. 8, 2014] Ackermann Group of Cincinnati today unveils a $35 million, choice-oriented, connected style of living with an integrated, walkable, community-within-a-community just north of Indianapolis, The Flats at Fishers Marketplace (www.liveflatsatfishers.com).
The four-building, 306-unit luxury apartment complex is engaged – quite literally, connected by sidewalks and pedestrian pathways – to the wildly popular Fishers Marketplace in Fishers, Indiana.
The Flats was built on an 18-acre portion of the 105-acre Fishers Marketplace, situated in Fishers, near Carmel and Noblesville and Interstate 69, bringing 325,000 square feet of home choices costing between $763 and $1,325. Options include studio living as well as 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom choices.
The first of four buildings at The Flats will be christened today with a ribbon-cutting and official opening ceremony hosted by Ackermann Group CEO Dobbs Ackermann, his partner Dan Rolfes and the Mayor of Fishers, Scott Fadness, from 3:30-6:30 p.m.
Media members are invited to attend; the actual ribbon-cutting activity and remarks portion will be conducted at 3:45 p.m. sharp.
The Flats at Fishers: Today’s Market Seeks Choices, Connectivity.
“Today’s renters want choices and connectivity to their neighborhood,” said Ackermann, opening his family-owned company’s first new community in the Indianapolis market.
“They seek amenities to accommodate their desire to expand living spaces, both within the living space and without, which is why we’ve created The Flats with a highly connected and sociable design.”
The amenities enticing the renter by choice are in high demand:
“The Flats at Fishers Marketplace will be an exciting, walkable, integrated community, where residents are truly connected to their neighborhood. That’s why we created choices such as adding dens to our 1- and 2-bedroom homes, which can be used as optional living space or entertainment areas,” said Ackermann.
“We also have amenities that accommodate today’s renter’s desire to expand their living space, and be sociable, with outdoor gathering spots such as a poolside cabana with a premium sound system, a bar area and bocce ball court,” Ackermann said.
Ackermann Group recently opened another high-end housing option in its Cincinnati hometown near Xavier University, dubbed University Station. The Flats at Fishers Marketplace won’t be the last of Ackermann Group’s investments in The Circle City.
Fishers Community Shines in Hoosier Country
There are 451 acres of parks in Fishers, which hosts innumerable summer music festivals and the annual Flavor of Fishers Festival, where local restaurants showcase their finest fare. The community is rich with parks, museums, art and music amenities, all contributing to an exceptional quality of life and cultural diversity.
Fishers has received a number of national accolades recently, for a host of reasons. The community has been recognized for its reasonably priced housing stock, the Fishers school system, one of the top school systems in the State of Indiana; and seamless access to Downtown Indianapolis, located about a 30-minute drive away.
Fishers was ranked amongst “The 25 Best Neighborhoods For Young People” by Business Insider earlier this year. Location Inc. magazine recently named Fishers the safest city in Indiana, and the 19th safest in the nation. In 2012, Money Magazine ranked Fishers 12th out of the top 100 small cities in the U.S.
About Ackermann Group
Ackermann Group started in the 1940s as a Cincinnati-based builder of single-family homes and multi-family buildings, proceeding to land development, residential/commercial remodeling, urban renewal and redevelopment, as well as mixed-use office, retail and residential projects. Now in Cincinnati, Columbus and Indianapolis, Ackermann Group seeks to combine quality of life with community growth, applying an extensive real estate knowledge with a commitment to excel. For more information, please visit www.ackermanngroup.com or call (513) 842-3100.
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Dobbs Ackermann Scott Fadness
President and CEO Mayor
Ackermann Group City of Fishers, Indiana