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Posts Tagged ‘Las Vegas’

It’s Your Time to SHINE

Posted by Levine Communications Office on October 30, 2010

SHINE is a three-day event with 18 learning sessions led by business experts from around the world. The event is hosted by self-made millionaire and entrepreneur coach Ali Brown along with speakers Candace Bushnell, international best-selling author of Sex and the City, and Liz Lange, multi-million dollar designer and founder of Liz Lange Maternity. Join LCO Client, Ali Brown, for a powerful opportunity to revive your business and your spirit. As we emerge from one of the most challenging shifts in business history, entrepreneurial women are poised to create a better world for ourselves than ever before. Whether you’re a home-based mom with an idea for a part-time business or you already run a wildly successful million-dollar company, Shine 2010 will deliver stellar education, inspiration, and networking bar none. It’s an event uniquely designed for both experienced and new business owners alike that delivers an exclusive combination of insight, information, and business formulas that can be found nowhere else.

Where: Wynn Las Vegas, 3131 Las Vegas Blvd. South Las Vegas, NV 89109

When: Tuesday, November 2nd – Thursday November 4th

It’s not too late to join! Register today and bring a friend for free at http://www.shineevent.com/

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UFC’s Ortiz vs. Hamill Fight this Saturday

Posted by Levine Communications Office on October 22, 2010

More than four years have passed since Tito Ortiz last won in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, and the charismatic Huntington Beach fighter finds himself nearly a 2-to-1 underdog in Las Vegas sports books for Saturday night’s light-heavyweight UFC 121 fight at Anaheim’s Honda Center.

"Whatever," former light-heavyweight champion Ortiz said in a telephone conversation from his Big Bear training compound. "It's cool. I'll make my fans a lot of money."

“I fight a little harder in O.C.,” Ortiz said. “I’m trying to get my world title back, so getting a win is the most important thing. The close matches, the draw, guys running from me … I’m tired of it. I’m going to be doing my job. I’ve heard a lot of smack talk, but those people saying it aren’t as successful as me. “I put on a show. UFC understands my value. I give my heart and soul.” Ortiz said Monday he was 15 pounds over the light-heavyweight limit, but argued, “That’s nothing, as a wrestler I’ve cut weight all my life. I’m in great shape.” He’ll have an opportunity to back up the talk Saturday. Another loss, and there’s little choice but to side with the Ortiz haters who accuse him of spewing nothing more than empty words.

To read the article in full, written by Lance Pugmire, in the LA Times Sports Blog please click HERE

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