Leading Supply Chain Cooperative Selects Amplifi and EnterWorks to Lead MDM Program

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Independent Purchasing Cooperative Will Utilize Expert Services from Amplifi and Highly Ranked Software Technology from EnterWorks

ATLANTA, GA, USA, February 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Amplifi, a best-in-class strategy and information management consultancy, and EnterWorks, a leading provider of Master Data Management (MDM) and Product Information Management (PIM) solutions, announced today that each has been chosen by Independent Purchasing Cooperative to provide consulting services and technology to support IPC’s MDM program.

The team’s primary focus has been finalizing agreements with EnterWorks and Amplifi to replace iTrade and implement a system that will help us streamline supply chain processes while improving collaboration between IPC and FWH teams as well as our trading partners. Our goal is to centralize and provide accurate, valid, reliable and timely data for our stakeholders to make good business decisions for our franchisees. Amplifi, our implementation partner, is helping us build workflows and governance capabilities to support our current business processes which are mostly managed via email. We will have holistic visibility into Pricing, Product and Trading Partner data as well as their relationships to achieve data accessibility at the speed of business and focus on data quality through expert accountability.

EnterWorks is recognized as an industry leader in the area of data management. Its partnership with Amplifi spans multiple years in jointly serving major consumer product and industrial brands.

“We are pleased with the great working relationship we have with Amplifi in delivering data management excellence. We work to help companies in mastering the complexity of digitization for achieving differentiated experiences for their customers,” said Rick Chavie, CEO of EnterWorks. “Achieving such a positive outcome for Independent Purchasing Cooperative is our shared goal.”

About Independent Purchasing Cooperative
Independent Purchasing Cooperative, (IPC), is an independent Subway® franchisee-owned and operated purchasing cooperative. Founded in 1996, the company works to negotiate the lowest costs for purchased goods and services while improving quality, enhancing competitiveness and ensuring the best value to its members and their customers. Since its inception, IPC has saved its members more than $2 billion through cost reduction and operational improvements. For more information, visit www.ipcoop.com.

About Amplifi
Amplifi is a strategy and information management consultancy that helps the world’s leading brands, retailers, distributors, and manufacturers harness the power of their #1 asset…THEIR DATA. Amplifi provides best-in-class data consulting services that address the entire information value chain from strategy, solution definition, design and implementation of information management technologies and solutions. Consistently recognized as a leader by Gartner on the Market Guide for MDM External Service Providers report, Amplifi provides strategic consulting and implementation services for industry-leading B2B and B2C companies through its North American offices. To harness the power of your data, visit Amplifi at https://goamplifi.com.

About EnterWorks, a Winshuttle LLC Client Company
EnterWorks® Master Data Management (MDM) and Product Information Management (PIM) solution enables companies to acquire, manage and transform product information into persuasive content that drives higher sales and new competitive strengths through e-commerce Web, mobile, print and various electronic channels. Services offered include Master Data Management, Product Information Management, Dynamic Data Modeling, Workflow & Collaboration, Syndication & Publishing, Digital Asset Management, Geographic Localization, Portal Content Exchange, and Digital Channel Accelerators.

EnterWorks is highly ranked by various research analysts and used by industry leaders such as Ariens, Big Rock Sports, CPO Commerce, Creative Converting, Darigold, Fender Musical Instruments, Guthy-Renker, Hearth & Home Technologies, HON Furniture, HP Hood, Interline Brands, Johnstone Supply, Mary Kay, Mercer, Orgill, Publishers Clearing House, Restoration Hardware, Strategic Market Alliance, US Foods, and W.B. Mason. Learn more at enterworks.com.

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Trophy Automotive Dealer Group Announces User-Friendly Mobile Website

Trophy Automotive Dealer Group offers a streamlined experience via its mobile website. Customers can access the entire Trophy Automotive Dealer Group.

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, February 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Trophy Automotive Dealer Group Announces User-Friendly Mobile Website

Trophy Automotive Dealer Group offers a streamlined experience via its mobile website. Customers can access the entire Trophy Automotive Dealer Group site from their phone without dealing with a stripped down or lesser experience vs. the desktop site.

Trophy Automotive Dealer Group Mobile Website Offers Full Web Experience
It can be frustrating to find a stripped down experience when researching cars on mobile. Los Angeles’ Trophy Automotive Dealer Group has ensured that its mobile site offers full research and comparison capabilities. Model comparison via mobile can be accomplished with the following filters:

● Location
● Condition
● Year
● Make
● Body Style
● Mileage
● Price

Photos, Videos, ePrices On the Go
New and pre-owned inventory can be rapidly reviewed, with the ability to save and compare vehicles in multiple categories. CarFax reports can be viewed on a customer’s phone, and ePrices checked by sending a short message. Clicking through on any vehicle allows visitors to the site to see it from several angles; including interior and exterior closeup shots.

All of the main site’s video galleries are available on the dealer’s mobile site – a convenience that allows for on-the-go model reviews. Site visitors can find virtual test drive videos and can virtually ‘Enter the Showroom’ to see videos on the cars of their choice, including the latest Kia, Mercedes and Nissan models.

Built-in Website Accessibility Tools
A key feature of the Trophy Automotive Dealer Group website is its built-in accessibility tools, which are also available on the mobile version of the site. Various site features, such as animations, can be turned off. Fonts, font size and font spacing can be changed, alternate text and a reading guide line can be displayed, among many more website accessibility features.

Driving Directions to Six Dealership Locations
For those looking for showrooms or a nearby service center, Trophy Automotive Dealer Group’s locations are easy to find via the mobile site, which displays driving directions to any of the company’s six dealerships. Written directions and dealership location maps are provided.

For more information on Trophy Automotive Dealer Group’s mobile website and its six Los Angeles dealer locations, please contact:

Andy Maleki
andy.maleki@tadg.us
(747) 231-5700

About Trophy Automotive Dealer Group
Trophy Automotive Dealer Group is a leading automotive dealer group in the US and has become the benchmark for financial performance, customer satisfaction and innovative digital and mobility solutions, basing its business on excellent customer service for the complete sales and after-sales experience. With six dealer locations in and around Los Angeles, Trophy Automotive Dealer Group offers the ultimate selection of new, used and pre-owned vehicles, featuring Nissan, Kia and Mercedes-Benz cars and trucks.

Andy Maleki
Trophy Automotive Dealer Group
+1 (747) 231-5700
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Converse Auctions' online-only East Meets West Auction on March 13th marries Asian objects with Western culture items

Oil on canvas portrait by Alexei Harlamoff (Russian, 1840-1925), depicting a young girl wearing traditional ethnic dress, her soulful eyes staring directly at the viewer (est. $6,000-$9,000).

Elaborately decorated gilt bronze lidded censer with beast handles, 16 ½ inches tall, with colorful accent characters, bats, flowers and tendrils on the body and lid (est. $8,000-$12,000).

Chinese huanghuali lotus cabinet, elaborately carved all over in three-dimensional designs. The three top doors lift up and slide in, and there are two drawers underneath (est. $2,000-$4,000).

Lovely carved marble torso of a female, done in a style consistent with Constantin Brancusi’s. Unauthenticated, signed on the plinth “C. Brancusi 1943” (est. $2,000-$4,000).

William Gilbert Jewelers wall regulator, 80 inches tall, having a pinwheel time only escapement with grid iron pendulum (est. $5,000-$8,000).

The auction will be Internet-only but previews will be held in Converse Auctions’ new gallery located at 1 Spring Street in Paoli, just outside of Philadelphia.

The auction is packed with 579 lots of fine American, European, African, Chinese and other Asian items – a tantalizing blend of objects from the East alongside items from the Western culture.”

— Todd Converse

PAOLI, PA., UNITED STATES, February 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — A striking oil portrait painting of a young girl by Russian artist Alexei Harlamoff, a handsome William Gilbert Jewelers wall regulator clock, a pair of fine elaborate zitan folding chairs with dragon arms, and a gorgeous bronze enamel censer in a presentation box are a taste of what’s in Converse Auctions’ East Meets West Auction on Friday, March 13th at 10 am EST.

The auction will be online-only, but previews will be held in Converse Auctions’ new gallery located at 1 Spring Street in Paoli, not far off Interstate 76 and just outside of Philadelphia, north and west of the city. Previews will be held Tuesday through Thursday, March 10-12, from 10-4 Eastern time. Internet bidding will be facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com. People can also register and bid online at www.ConverseAuctions.com (and enjoy a lower buyer’s premium in the process).

The auction is packed with 579 lots of fine American, European, African, Chinese and other Asian items – a tantalizing blend of objects from the East alongside items from the Western culture (hence the title ‘East Meets West’). All lots have a starting bid of $10, a tactic designed to encourage newcomers to the collecting world, and old pros as well, to bid early and bid often.

Items from the East include Chinese fine furniture, bronzes, carvings, glass, paintings, jewelry, wooden boxes and brush pots, textiles, vintage Japanese textile kimonos, robes, obis and accessories, scrolls, prints, porcelain, books and cryptomeria.

Items from the West will feature fine art paintings and prints by Vlaminck, Cope, Sobossek, Burliuk, Dauchot and others, plus Mexican child portraits and Haitian paintings, a torso attributed to Brancusi, furniture and sterling silver (including a Reed & Barton service for eight).

Also offered will be clocks, European and American pottery and porcelain, Mid-Century Modern lots, art glass, decoys, insulators, African tribal artifacts, books, jewelry, vintage accessories (to include a lovely Hermés scarf), large Persian Tabriz and other rugs, and many other great items.

The oil on canvas portrait by Alexei Harlamoff (Russian, 1840-1925), depicts a young girl wearing traditional ethnic dress, her soulful eyes staring directly at the viewer as she delicately touches the flower garland that crowns her head. The 28 inch by 34 ½ inch painting is signed lower right “Harlamoff” (est. $6,000-$9,000). The William Gilbert Jewelers wall regulator, 80 inches tall, has a pinwheel time only escapement with grid iron pendulum (est. $5,000-$8,000).

The elaborately decorated gilt bronze lidded censer with beast handles, 16 ½ inches tall, has an estimate of $8,000-$12,000. It has colorful accent characters, bats, flowers and tendrils on the body and lid, plus a presentation box. The two zitan folding chairs boast heavily carved legs, arm rests and back, all in a dragon and cloud motif. The backsplat has a dragon carved into it and the back of the chair is carved in a ruyi with flaming pearl. The pair should finish at $3,000-$5,000.

A pair of oil on canvas portraits of young girls, each one rendered by a Mexican artist and with an estimate of $1,000-$1,500, is sure to get paddles wagging. One is a rare painting by Horacio Renteria Rocha (Mexican, 1912-1972). It shows a girl elaborately dressed, holding chicks in her uplifted apron, as hens, chicks and puppies play at her feet. The other, by an unknown artist, is of a girl in fancy clothes with a toy dog. Her name is in a banner: “Nina Delores Vakao, AD 1890.”

An elaborately carved huanghuali lotus cabinet, carved all over in three-dimensional designs, is expected to change hands for $2,000-$4,000. The three top doors lift up and slide in, and there are two drawers underneath. The drawers are carved in lotus blossoms and leaves. Also, a bronze Buddha with a well-worn patina, accented in gilt bronze and bezel set turquoise stones, has an estimate of $800-$1,200. The figure is on a lotus petal and is in a custom wood presentation box.

Two very different lots share identical estimates of $2,000-$4,000. One is a large Persian Tabriz Oriental rug, 108 ½ inches by 150 inches, executed in dark reds with central flower and tendril motifs surrounded by various flower and tendril borders on blue backgrounds. The other is a lovely carved marble torso of a female, done in a style consistent with Constantin Brancusi’s stylized, simplified art. The unauthenticated piece is signed on the plinth, “C. Brancusi 1943”.

A short black silk Japanese kimono, or Haori gown robe, made around 1970 and decorated with cranes and flowers, 48 inches by 55 inches, should gavel for $100-$200. Also, a complete set of eleven The Tale of Genji books by Murasaki Shikibu, in Japanese, translated by Tanizaki jun and published in 1950, each book individually slipcased, will be offered up as one lot (est. $40-$80).

An oil on board painting of a village scene overlooking the sea by Maurice de Vlaminck (French, 1876-1958), signed lower left but unauthenticated, unframed and measuring 17 inches by 13 ½ inches, carries a pre-sale estimate of $2,000-$3,000; while a pastel Parisian café scene by the French artist Gabriel Dauchot (1927-2005), featuring a beautifully dressed couchette sitting at a table while a server stands behind her, undated, 22 ½ inches by 28 inches, should hit $300-$500.

A mahogany slant-top desk with two over three drawers, plus a top cupboard with an arched top and Eastlake style brasses, likely marriage, with two adjustable shelves and two drawers, has an estimate of $800-$1,200. Also, a pair of vintage Mid-Century Modern Danish bent wood arm chairs, measuring 27 inches by 27 inches by 31 inches, will be sold as one lot (est. $500-$800).

Converse Auctions is always accepting quality consignments for future auctions. To consign an item, an estate or a collection, you may call them directly, at (610) 722-9004; or, you can send an e-mail to info@ConverseAuctions.com. Curious about an item’s value? Bring your items (or photos) to Free Appraisal Tuesdays, every Tuesday from 10 am to 4 pm at the new Paoli gallery.

For more information about Converse Auctions and the East Meets West Antiques Auction on Friday, March 13th, please visit www.ConverseAuctions.com. Updates are posted frequently.

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Todd Converse
Converse Auctions
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Times Direct Reveals Why Direct Mail is a Good Way to Reach Millennials

A Los Angeles area agency highlighted why direct mail is an excellent way to reach millennial audiences.

IRWINDALE, CA, USA, February 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Times Direct Reveals Why Direct Mail is a Good Way to Reach Millennials

A Los Angeles area agency highlighted why direct mail is an excellent way to reach millennial audiences and how marketers are missing out on a big opportunity to engage the younger generation.

Millennials are on track to become the largest living generation in the country and bring in an annual buying power of $200 billion. Many marketers are looking for better ways to reach this target audience and have turned their efforts towards purely digital marketing tactics. Times Direct, an agency based in California, shares tips and trends in the market and noted that millennials are actually more likely to engage with marketing materials in their mailbox than their inbox. This is explained to be due in part to the bombardment of digital advertisements these millennials have seen since childhood and the fact that newer email systems automatically categorize marketing emails into a separate promotion or junk folder.

According to findings from the US Postal Service, “Over 85% of millennials pick up the mail at the first opportunity and spend over 9 minutes on average engaging with their physical mail.”

Here are the main reasons offered by Times Direct that marketers should re-evaluate digital-only campaigns with the younger generation:

1) Their Mailboxes Are Empty

According to DM News, 90% or millennials find direct mail reliable and 87% like receiving it. This is due in part to the fact that their mailboxes are largely empty. Physical mail presents an opportunity for businesses to connect with a group that views print mail as more official than digital advertisements.

2) Mail Is More Personal

The millennial generation cares about personalization. Direct mail can offer a connection by reaching a specific individual with their first name and customize mail piece based on their age, gender, offer, and target action. Times Direct offers personalization with their services because it significantly improves the outcome.

3) Direct Mail Delivers Results

Millennials tend to remember physical promotions and are more likely to be motivated by them over digital messages. Campaigns with direct mail offer a higher ROI for organizations over purely digital campaigns.

Findings shared by Times Direct proved that a smart mix of print and digital marketing will be more effective in reaching millennials than single sourcing. Any businesses interested in reaching the younger generation with their products or services can contact Times Direct to learn more about their fully integrated marketing solutions.

Contact Times Direct

Kristin Ranta
General Manager
626-472-5293
Timesdirect@latimes.com

About Times Direct

Times Direct is a full-service direct marketing company based in the Los Angeles area that offers robust brand-building tools and proven strategies to help businesses of all sizes. This agency creates marketing campaigns combining direct mail production, strategic services, and multichannel marketing. Any organizations looking to include direct mail in their marketing campaigns towards millennials can inquire about their full-service direct mail production services that include strategy, design, offset and digital print, data processing, inkjet and laser personalization, full lettershop, and bindery.

Kristin Ranta
Times Direct
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Second-hand Marketplace Can be about Making Extra Money Too. 5miles App is Getting Creative

Redeem coins for gift cards or 5miles marketplace credit!

Redeem coins for gift cards or 5miles marketplace credit!

5miles’ new reward program allows its users to make money

It’s a fun way to earn a bit of money every day, just by checking in on 5miles and browsing the listings. I love this app.”

— Juan C

DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, February 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — 5miles App is a peer-to-peer marketplace for buying and selling everything from secondhand goods to local services. Getting popular after sponsoring Dallas Mavericks last year and launching a series of fun features, 5miles now offers users an easy way to make money — instantly — by earning coins that have a real dollar value.

According to the 5miles team, anyone can simply log in to the 5miles app and will be on his way to earning 1,000 coins redeemable for cash.

How does it work? Users can earn coins by regularly browsing 5miles listings and even more by completing tasks such as:

1. inviting friends to use the 5miles app
2. listing things that they own and want to sell on the 5miles marketplace
3. taking surveys or trying out an app

As the 5miles app digs a bit further about the users' experience and feedback, this campaign has got some positive reviews. 5miles users have something to say about this coin program.

Cindy D., a new 5miles user (since May 2019), said that she already has earned $50 Amazon card by inviting her friends to join 5miles and listing items on our marketplace. “Like a game, this is an easy, even entertaining way to earn money on the side. I already have told many of my friends about it, and three of them have signed up using my invite link. They’ve started making money themselves; how cool is that?!” Cindy wrote in her review.

Juan C., who has been using 5miles for nearly four years, started taking part in our coin program in November 2019. Already he has earned a $5 Amazon gift card. “It’s a fun way to earn a bit of money every day, just by checking in on 5miles and browsing the listings. I love this app,” Juan said.

A total of more than 800,000 users have received rewards on the 5miles app.

About 5miles App
5miles is a free, local marketplace app, one of the fastest-growing online shopping ventures in the United States. The app is the first of its kind to include services, housing, and jobs, in addition to second-hand trading. 5miles launched in January 2015, immediately setting itself apart with an easy-to-use mobile interface, identity verification capabilities (for added safety and security), mobile payment and shipping options, and a hyper-local curation of offerings users can search—all within their very own neighborhoods. Since then, buyers and sellers in every major market coast-to-coast have transacted more than $5 billion in merchandise through 5miles, which Google Play has ranked a top 10 shopping app. Learn more at 5miles.com.

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SCV Audio Video Launches A New Website To Bring High-Quality Audio-Video Services to Santa Clarita

SCV Audio Video’s New Website

Working with 95Visual on the new site captured precisely what the SCV Audio Video offers.”

— Robert Marshall

SANTA CLARITA, CA, USA, February 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — 95Visual is pleased to announce the launch of SCV Audio Video’s new website!

The primary goal during the process was to display SCV Audio Video’s expertise and place as the leading provider for high-end audio-video installations. Specifically, SCV Audio Video wanted to improve their visibility with an updated design and compelling content to match the quality of work they provide.

The features SCV Audio Video chose to include in the redesign captivate the audience while offering ease of navigation. Clients will love how SCV Audio Video goes above and beyond to ensure their audio-video projects transform their experience at home or in the office. SCV Audio Video specializes in custom audio-video solutions for residential and commercial clients including full home automation, home theaters, and conference room systems. Explore the new website to see their work on these projects and much more.

Robert Marshall of SCV Audio Video says working with 95Visual on the new site captured precisely what the business offers clients with a seamless structure from start to finish. 95Visual is pleased to support small businesses by providing personalized solutions for each client.

We hope you enjoy SCV Audio Video’s new look! Stay up to date with them by following SCV Audio Video on Facebook. Visit the SCV Audio Video website here: https://www.scvaudiovideo.com/

About 95Visual:
Based in Los Angeles Calif. 95Visual is a web design, digital marketing, and brand development company founded in 2008. The company provides web, identity, content, and marketing services to companies all over the United States. For more information on how 95Visual can help you update your web presence visit the 95Visual website for services offered: https://www.95visual.com

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Fine toys, dolls, figural cast iron, automata and comic character rarities to be auctioned at March 10-11 at Morphy’s

Large (14in long x 11in high) and very rare J. Chein ‘Felix Frolic’ toy with central Felix figure, two smaller Felix figures, and two red mice. Circa 1926. One of only four known examples. Ex Jeff Landes collection. Estimate $20,000-$40,000

Gustav Vichy (French) ‘End of the Century Moon’ musical automaton depicting smartly dressed Man in the Moon with papier-mache head. Ref. Pg. 68, ‘Automata – The Golden Age’ by Christian Bailly. Estimate $30,000-$60,000

Ultra-rare Japanese tinplate wind-up Mighty Robot, sparking mechanism visible through plastic chest plate. Splashy blue, red and yellow graphics. Original color pictorial box. Estimate $50,000-$75,000

Featured: Lifetime collections of Dr. Jeff Landes and industrialist Gordon Lankton

We will be auctioning a fantastic collection of automata that includes designs by the greatest 19th-century French manufacturers. A Vichy Man in the Moon is estimated at $30,000 to $60,000.”

— Dan Morphy, President of Morphy Auctions

DENVER, PENNSYLVANIA, USA, February 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Pristine toys from some of the world’s finest collections will cross the auction block at Morphy’s on March 10-11. More than 1,260 lots will be offered, including 150+ American tin toys, 100+ still and mechanical banks, a fleet of more than 150 cast-iron cars, trains, and hundreds of coveted character and Disney toys. The lineup continues with more than 1,000 fine German tin toys, as well as robots, a sensational array of antique European automata, and a broad selection of horse-drawn cast-iron, Japanese, and pressed steel toys.

Two exceptional, long-held toy collections are featured: the Dr Jeff Landes collection and the Gordon B. Lankton collection.

Jeff Landes began collecting toys in 1975 during his surgical residency in Philadelphia. His first acquisition – an “impulse buy” made while on vacation – was a Chein Handstand Clown. That purchase launched a 30-year quest for comic character toys at shows, auctions, and antique markets. Throughout his collecting odyssey, Jeff set his sights on locating the finest available examples – preferably with their original boxes – and upgrading whenever possible. Now retired, Jeff has decided to downsize and share parts of his fantastic collection with his fellow enthusiasts.

Gordon Lankton is a distinguished mechanical engineer, US Army veteran, and chairman emeritus of the plastics manufacturing company Nypro Inc. Fascinated by antiques and collectibles since childhood, Gordon stepped into the toy-collecting world with the purchase of an Arcade Model ‘T’ Ford with a rumble seat, a replica of his actual first car. With an appreciation of all sorts of toys, from vehicles to wind-ups to bell-ringers, Gordon eventually amassed a collection of well over 1,000 pieces, which will now be enjoyed by new owners bidding at Morphy’s.

Any top-notch collection of early comic character toys starts with the magical name of “Disney.” At Morphy’s March toy event, collectors can expect to encounter wall-to-wall mice – the upscale type that no one would shoo out of their kitchen. An extremely rare tin wind-up five-finger Mickey Mouse made in Germany for the English market stands an impressive 9 inches tall and has moving pie-eyes and an opening mouth. Extraordinarily rare, this irresistible treasure from the Landes collection is estimated at $20,000-$40,000.

A Disney favorite that most collectors might only dream of due to its rarity, a Lionel Mickey Mouse Circus train set in its original box includes a composition Mickey Mouse “barker” figure, key-wound Lionel Lines engine, tender with Mickey Mouse “stoker,” and cars emblazoned with numerous Disney characters. Unbelievably clean and original, its cardboard segments and tickets are unpunched, and all accessories are present. One of few unpunched sets in existence, it is estimated at $10,000-$20,000.

Where mice play, can cats be far away? Not in a comic character collection, because it wouldn’t be complete without Felix and friends. Leading the cat-and-mouse parade in the Landes collection is a large (14in long x 11in high), very rare J. Chein “Felix Frolic” toy comprised of a wheeled platform with a central Felix figure, two smaller Felix figures, and two snouty red mice completing the entourage. It is one of only four known examples, all likely to have been made in 1926. Estimate: $20,000-$40,000

A tremendous selection of 86 mechanical banks includes many rarities in beautiful condition. A J & E Stevens “The Race Course” or “Horse Race” cast-iron mechanical bank, straight-base variation, is in all-original, near-mint condition. Its original wood factory box retains a crisp, clean illustrated label. The likely selling price is $20,000-$40,000. Another gem amongst the cast-iron mechanicals is the Kyser & Rex Roller Skating bank. In excellent condition, this ingeniously designed classic could reach $20,000-$35,000.

Five wonderful blinking-eye case clocks will be offered, including a Reclining Lion, Reclining Dog, and Gambrinus King of Beers. The highest-estimated timekeepers in the group are the Samurai Warrior marked “Paris,” and an American Bradley & Hubbard Santa. Each was made in the 1860s-’70s and carries a $5,000-$8,000 estimate.

More than 60 cast-iron horse-drawn toys will trot across the auction block, led by a hard-to-find Pratt & Letchworth cast-iron four-seat brake pulled by a four-horse team. With its driver and six passenger figures, this prized piece from the Gordon Lankton collection comes to auction with a $10,000-$16,000 estimate.

The spotlight will also be shining on the European doll and automata section, starting with an extraordinary 17½-inch Bru bebe with extra clothes, many lovely accessories and an antique round-top trunk. The lot is estimated at $10,000-$12,000. The premier selection of automata includes creations by French makers Leopold Lambert, Gustav Vichy and Jean Roullet, and an unidentified, possibly German-made organ grinder marked 1885 Philadelphia. Two of the sale’s highest-estimated lots are a Roullet “Snake Charmer” automaton depicting an exotic dancer with a serpent; and an elegantly dressed Vichy “End of the Century” Man in the Moon (ref. Pg. 68, Automata – The Golden Age by Christian Bailly). Each is estimated at $30,000-$60,000.

Some of the most elusive robots in the toy universe have passed through Morphy’s gallery doors in the past. Yet another great rarity – a Japanese wind-up Mighty Robot with original box – will soon be landing in central Pennsylvania with a pre-sale estimate of $50,000-$75,000. All but unheard of amongst collectors, the tinplate android with splashy blue, red and yellow graphics has oxygen tanks on its back and a sparking action visible through its plastic chest plate. On top of it all, it has its gorgeous original box emblazoned with a realistic depiction of the robot in full color.

Both sessions of Morphy’s March 10-11, 2020 Toy, Doll & Figural Cast Iron Auction will start at 10 a.m. Eastern Time. All forms of bidding will be available, including live via the Internet through Morphy Live. Questions: call 877-968-8880; email info@morphyauctions.com. Online: www.morphyauctions.com.

Sarah Stoltzfus
Morphy Auctions
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Global Textile Market Is Expected To Reach Around USD 1,207 Billion By 2025 – Zion Market Research

Global Textile Market

Global Textile Market

Global Textile Market expected to generate around USD 1,207 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of around 5% between 2019 and 2025

Global Textile Market expected to generate around USD 1,207 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of around 5% between 2019 and 2025”

— Zion Market Research

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, February 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Textile Market by Raw Material (Cotton, Wool, Silk, and Chemicals & Synthetic), by Product Type (Natural Fiber, Polyester, and Nylon), and by Application (Household, Technical & Workwear, Fashion & Clothing, and Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2018–2025”. According to the report, the global textile market was valued at approximately USD 858 billion in 2018 and is expected to generate around USD 1,207 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of around 5% between 2019 and 2025.

The global textile market is likely to experience good growth in the future, owing to the flourishing automobile production and rapid industrialization in emerging nations across the world. Textiles used in automobiles are generally non-apparels that are broadly used in cars, buses, trains, etc. Thus, the textiles used in vehicles mean all kinds of textile materials, such as fibers, yarns, filaments, and fabrics. Additionally, the technical textiles are increasingly being adopted due to their wide scope and range of use. In emerging countries like India, government initiatives are also trying to fuel the demand for technical textiles. Favorable safety regulations formulated by different governments across the globe is mainly fuelling the demand for textiles in the automotive industry.

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Based on raw material, the textile market is segmented into cotton, wool, silk, and chemicals and synthetic. The cotton segment is expected to dominate the global market, as it is considered as the world’s most crucial fiber. Cotton is a natural fiber that grows on plants. Cotton is naturally absorbent, soft breathable, and especially sustainable, which makes it perfect for as a raw material in apparels, garments, and home textiles.

On the basis of product type, the market is categorized into the natural fiber, polyester, and nylon. The polyester segment is expected to dominate the global market. The poly-cotton blend is the most common type of blend that is found in apparels. Poly-cotton blend is wear-wrinkle resistant and doesn’t shrink after washing, which is the primary factor for this segment’s growth.

On the basis of application, the market includes household, technical and workwear, fashion and clothing, and others. The household segment is likely to dominate the global market, as this category utilizes all types of natural and synthetic fibers for making bed linen, quilts, pillows, curtains, etc.

By region, North America is projected to grow significantly in the upcoming years. The U.S. textile industry primarily depends on importers and suppliers of textile materials. Additionally, the U.S. textile industry exports textiles to around 200 countries across the world. Moreover, in the U.S., the changing lifestyle of young consumers is driving the demand for clothing and fabric, which is likely to support the region’s textile market growth in the future. The European textile market is expected to grow substantially in the upcoming years. Germany, UK, and France are the top textile producers in the region. Germany is the most dominating nation in the European textile market. The rising demand for high-tech textiles is one of the major factors driving this regional market. Moreover, advancements in performing fiber-based materials and the digitization of manufacturing and supply chains are projected to further fuel the textile market in Europe.

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Some key players of the global textile market are Shandong Jining, Invista, Honeywell International, Asahi Kasei Fibers Corporation, Paramount Textile Group, Lu Thai Textile Co. Ltd., Bombay Dyeing, Grasim Industries, JCT Limited, Weiqiao Textile Co. Ltd., DBL Group, IBENA Group, and Arvind Ltd.

This report segments the global textile market as follows:

Global Textile Market: Raw Material Analysis

Cotton
Wool
Silk
Chemicals and Synthetic

Global Textile Market: Product Type Analysis

Natural Fiber
Polyester
Nylon

Global Textile Market: Application Analysis

Household
Technical and Workwear
Fashion and Clothing
Others

Global Textile Market: Regional Analysis

North America
U.S.
Europe
UK
France
Germany
Asia Pacific
China
Japan
India
Latin America
Brazil
Middle East and Africa

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Veteran-Owned CBD Oil Brand Introduces 10% Off on First Purchase

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Patriot Supreme, a veteran-owned CBD Oil brand, is now offering a 10% discount to all customers on their first purchase.

MESA, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES, February 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Patriot Supreme is pleased to announce the introduction of an attractive special offer for new customers. Following the launch of this promotion, all Patriot Supreme customers will receive a flat 10% discount on their first order. A producer of CannaSafe CBD oil products, this veteran owned CBD Oil brand offers an impressive lineup of products, including pure CBD oil, capsules, balm, gummies and gift bundles. This entire product line is dedicated to veterans dealing with mental and physical disabilities.

Announcing the launch of the 10% discount offer, owner and founder, Justin Elenburg, said, "At Patriot Supreme, we are always looking for ways to maximize the savings of our veterans. Now, all our new customers can receive a 10% discount on their first order."

Elenburg is a disabled Air Force veteran who uses CBD himself to help with relief. Having experienced significant benefits of using CBD oil for anxiety, he wanted to provide the same opportunity to all veterans. All products manufactured by the company contain natural and GMO-free American-grown hemp. All its products are lab-tested for CBD and THC content, and triple-certified to ensure complete customer safety.

"Our long-term vision is that no family should suffer from the aftermath of physical or psychological trauma. We want to ensure that those who suffer in silence can get out and do what they truly desire. Our biggest mission is to provide not only high-quality CBD products and their benefits but to create a community of giving back, a community of warmness, kindness and support," he added.

Since its inception, the range of CBD oil products from Patriot Supreme has received an extraordinary response from users. "Just started taking Patriot Supreme, and I can already fell the difference from that crap you can get on Amazon. I sleep better, fewer aches and pain throughout the day. Try this product you will not regret it," said an impressed user.

To find out more about Patriot Supreme and its products, please visit the company's official website.

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Last Mile Terminal – Local retailers use LMT and increase sales

Last Mile Terminal ™ “LMT” Local Retailers are seeing major improvements in sales and service after signing on with Last Mile Terminal.

GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, February 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Local (Roosevelt Field ) Retailers are seeing major improvements in sales and service after signing on with Last Mile Terminal.

Two very different retailers with very different product lines that have both seen firsthand how retailers can benefit from partnering with LMT. LMT is a full-service logistics and e-commerce fulfillment operation located in a shopping mall to assist retailers in providing quick and convenient packaging, shipping and delivery services to their customers.

Made by Pauline, New York’s premier Macaron company, and Togas, The House of Textiles, a luxury home textile company, are benefiting greatly since partnering with Last Mile Terminal. Said Aaron Gumbar, Co-Owner of made by Pauline, “Since signing on with LMT, we have been able to increase both our e-commerce and wholesale business. LMT gives us the added resources to increase business without increasing our staff.”
Said Anthony Karantonis, Showroom Manager, Togas Roosevelt Field, “The people at last mile terminal are a pleasure to work with and their on-time performance getting out our time-sensitive same-day orders to both our commercial and residential customers is something we couldn’t do before. We can now ship locally in a fraction of the time it would take before LMT was in Roosevelt Field”.

Last Mile Terminal, provides warehousing, packaging, shipping, and local delivery services from mall stores directly to consumers. LMT systems are easy-to-use, and the LMT platform gives retail customers a seamless shopping experience with options for same day, next day, and standard delivery.
Join other companies today who are seeking to improve both e-commerce and brick and mortar consumer experiences, improve efficiency, and keep up with expectations for same and next day delivery. To learn more about Last Mile Terminal’s innovative solutions, email: Steve Martyn: smartyn@lastmilet.com or Steve O’Brien: sobrien@lastmilet.com. For more information go to

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