Doyle chose Nebraska over Indiana, Wake Forest, Dayton and Marquette. She also strongly considered several Ivy League schools. During the summer of 2015, Doyle took a 10 day mission trip with classmates and teachers from Benet Academy to Guatemala where she helped build homes, established a soup kitchen and visited an orphanage.
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“If the price is too good to be true, it probably is not the real club.”Customs officials estimate that about $4 billion in counterfeit golf equipment is sold every year in the United States, dwarfing the annual market of $2 billion for legitimate golf clubs and accessories.Officials caution that the size of the illegal market is a guess based on conversations undercover investigators have had with counterfeiters.Much of the equipment that ends up in the United States comes from manufacturers in Taiwan, China and Vietnam.Last year, the Customs Service confiscated about $75 million in counterfeit golf clubs and accessories. Since 1996, Project Teed Off has resulted in 84 seizures of counterfeit equipment in the Los Angeles area and more than 300 seizures across the nation. At least 12 people have been arrested.In a similar crackdown to protect brand names, customs officials and sheriff’s deputies also said Wednesday that they have confiscated four truckloads of counterfeit sunglasses.
In addition to the awards presentation, the event featured a red carpet moment, cocktail reception, seated dinner, glow it up game, raffle prizes, silent auction and an after party with dancing. With more than 1,000 WBE members and nearly 100 Sustaining (Corporate) Members, WBCS is in its 20th year of providing national certification to women owned businesses. WBCS is a regional affiliate of the Women Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) covering Oklahoma, north central Texas, Arkansas and New Mexico.
At Summitville, a mine in Colorado, a bankrupt Canadian company has left the nation’s most costly mine cleanup. It will take 100 years and cost $235 million to clean up the release of cyanide and acid mine drainage that has left 17 miles of the Alamosa River devoid of fish and other aquatic life. The mine was permitted as a ‘zero discharge’ mine. Montana and Wisconsin have since banned similar mines as a result of these and other disasters..