AutoTrader – London Offices – Office Snapshots #car #4 #sale

#auto tader

AutoTrader London Offices

Claremont Group Interiors has developed a new office design for automotive marketplace AutoTrader located in London, England. We previously looked at their Manchester offices .

Auto Trader’s second office move of the year sees the digital firm arrive in London’s St Pancras North Development, complete with a scene from The Italian Job.

Designed and fit-out by Claremont Group Interiors, the new 14,000 sq ft office nods to the company’s British and motoring heritage and offers a creative and collaborative workspace for 120 staff, previously located in Wimbledon.

An Italian Job inspired tunnel, complete with three suspended original Minis in red, white and blue, provides the welcome as you arrive on the third floor and shows that Auto Trader has developed the taste for memorable workplaces.

With mobile and collaborative working at its heart, the £1.4m office follows in the footsteps of its Manchester counterpart which underwent a 16 week transformation – becoming an ‘inspirational playground’ complete with skateboarding full-pipe, camper van meeting room and ski lodge.

The move to a London office was prompted by the need for more collaborative team working and it’s now home to Auto Trader’s HR, design marketing, product development and finance teams.

The office includes a large and flexible multi-functional space for staff training, presentations and client events as well as 10 meeting rooms for Auto Trader’s ‘squad’ project teams and a roof-terrace with views across King’s Cross. The office design features room booking systems, video conferencing and a C-touch media wall for interactive huddle working, all delivered by audio-visual specialists Viewpoint.

Alison Ross, technology director at Auto Trader said: “Prior to the move we were in a space that just didn’t work for us – there was too much of it and it didn’t support easy communication or team work as our people were spread across four floors.

“St Pancras North gives us the space and resources we need for effective digital collaboration and puts us in the heart of a growing tech community too. Every aspect of the design supports us as a digital business, captures our history, facilitates teamwork and shows we understand the need to motivate and inspire our staff. Claremont has done a tremendous job, delivering an office design that achieves all that in spades.”

Ann Clarke, joint managing director of Claremont Group Interiors led the design and build of both the London and Manchester offices. She said: “The London and Manchester offices both score highly for creativity and they certainly provide some real ‘wows’ – but it’s the collaborative and open nature of the design that really make this an effective space where every square foot has been made to count.”

Viewpoint designed and installed the audio-visual and multi-media system across both sites. Ben Woodroffe, senior project manager said: “We’ve used technology to help Auto Trader support its business processes and manage one of its biggest assets – that of space. From room booking systems to video conferencing, the teams now have the tools they need to communicate and work with ease, whether that’s simply booking a meeting room, checking project progress on a big screen or working with colleagues in a different location.

Photography. Andy Livesay

Summit Air Ambulance Opens Office in Reno #summit #air #ambulance, #summit #air #ambulance #opens #office #in #reno


Summit Air Ambulance Opens Office in Reno

RENO, NV.–Until now, Summit Air Ambulance has operated out of Elko and Montana, but that’s all changed now that they opened an office in Reno.

With the office in Reno, they’ll be able to used their “fixed-wing aircraft” to transport patients to different hospitals in Oregon, California and Washington. The company says they can arrange flights out of that area, they would just have to arrange for more fuel stops.

“We’re really excited to be in Reno and we’re going to be filling a nitch that has gone unfilled in this area for quite a while actually,” says Greg Klick the Director of Business Development for Summit Air Ambulance.

Summit reached out to local hospitals asking them what their needs were when it came to this type of aircraft.

“We heard a number of common themes and one was they wanted more availability,” says Klick.

Klick says there is a need here in Reno. Reno is a tourist town and people who come here, get sick or hurt, and need treatment while traveling home, can use this service.

The plane can carry two patients and up to three passengers. There needs to be at least one clinician on board, the other two passengers can be family members.

“We have the ability to do a lot the procedures that they can do on the ground, we do them here in the air, but sometimes we have to get a little more creative on how we maneuver around. As far as taking care of the patient, we can do everything here in the air, sometimes they can’t even do in the hospital,” says Jason Noel, the Base Manager in Reno.

Something else hospitals found appealing about the aircraft is its ability to carry neo-natal incubators.

“That’s where fixed wing comes in to play in the whole pre-hospital environment,” says Noel.

The company says they did not open this Reno office to compete with Care Flight, another company specializing in emergency flights.

“We’re in the helicopter business so we are well acquainted with it but we don’t intend to put a helicopter in Reno,” says Klick.

For more information, you can visit their website. You can find it under Hot Topics.

Public File Liaison:

Miriam Gonzales – 775-351-0214

Station Contact Info:

4850 Ampere Drive
Reno, NV 89502

Foreign Medical Program (FMP) – VHA Office of Community Care, top medical office software programs.#Top # #medical #office #software #programs


VHA Office of Community Care

in VA Health Care

  • Veterans Not Enrolled in VA

    • Top  medical office software programs
    • Top  medical office software programs
    • Top  medical office software programs

    Top  medical office software programs

    Top  medical office software programs

    Top  medical office software programs

    Foreign Medical Program (FMP)

    The Foreign Medical Program (FMP) is a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) health care benefits program for U.S. Veterans who are residing or traveling abroad and have VA-rated, service-connected disabilities. The eligibility requirements for medical services are different for Veterans outside the United States than for Veterans living within the United States. The Foreign Medical Program assumes payment responsibility for U.S. Veterans only for a VA-rated service-connected disability, or any disability associated with and held to be aggravating a VA-rated, service-connected disability (38 CFR 17.35). (Veterans living in Canada are under the jurisdiction of FMP; however, inquiries and claims must be directed to the Foreign Countries Operations in Canada. See contact information below.) Additionally, VA may authorize necessary foreign medical services for any condition for a Veteran participating in the VA Vocational Rehabilitation Program (38 U.S.C. 31).

    How to Apply for FMP

    Enrolling in FMP is simple. Send your full name, mailing address, address of residence (including country), U.S. Social Security number and VA claim number to:

    VHA Office of Community Care

    Foreign Medical Program (FMP)

    Denver, CO 80246-9061

    We will confirm your service-connected disabilities and send you a benefits authorization letter, which outlines the medical conditions we cover.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: To expedite your FMP registration, a copy of your rating decision that includes the listing and description of all service‑connected disabilities will help determine Veteran eligibility. If you do not have a copy of your rating decision, FMP will request one from your servicing VA Regional Office.

    Although Veterans who are permanently relocating to a country under the FMP Office’s jurisdiction are encouraged to notify the FMP Office upon establishing a permanent, foreign mailing address, service-connected Veterans who are simply traveling abroad need not bother with notification. However, program information is available upon request.

    FMP Registration

    Pre-registration for eligible Veterans is not necessary. However, Veterans who are permanently relocating to a country under the FMP Office’s jurisdiction are encouraged to notify the FMP Office upon establishing a permanent foreign mailing address (address and telephone number). At that time, arrangements will be made for FMP registration and the mailing of detailed program material. Included in the program material will be an FMP Program Guide which provides detailed information on benefit coverage and limitations, how to select health care providers and claim filing instructions.

    Please use the fillable FMP Registration Form, VA Form 10-7959f-1 when registering with FMP. (Fillable PDFs can be completed online, saved, edited and printed.)

    FMP Benefits and Claims Information

    View FMP Benefits and Claims Information for detailed information about FMP benefits, how to submit claims and for a link to the FMP Claim Cover Sheet, VA Form 10-7959f-2.

    FMP has an updated Claim Cover Sheet dated March 2016

    Assistance with VA Issues

    The VHA Office of Community Care (VHA CC) in Denver, Colorado, administers the Foreign Medical Program and is responsible for all aspects of it, including the Veteran s registration process, verification of eligibility, authorization of benefits and the processing and payment of FMP claims. All FMP inquiries should be made directly to the VHA Office of Community Care.

    If you are a Veteran living or traveling outside the United States and have questions about other VA benefits, such as compensation and pension exams and disability ratings, you should direct those questions to your servicing VA regional office. Additional benefit information can be viewed at Veterans Benefits Administration Veterans Living Abroad.

    NOTE: Your servicing VA regional office is responsible for establishing service-connected disabilities. They are also responsible for administering educational benefits, vocational rehabilitation and other benefit programs. Inquiries related to any of these regional office matters should be directed to your servicing VA regional office. However, if you are living abroad and want to make a new application for any of these non-medical benefits, or have questions about these non-medical benefits, contact the intake center listed in the chart below that corresponds with your country of residence.

    FMP Contacts

    FMP Office, USA

    Any assistance you may need regarding your health care can be obtained by contacting the FMP Program Office, USA. (Veterans living in Canada must contact the Foreign Countries Operations in Canada.)

  • Probate Attorney – Estate Planning, Wills – Trusts #law #firm, #law #office, #legal #advice, #lawyer, #attorney, #divorce, #family #law, #child #support, #adoption


    For over 30 years, founding attorney, Christy Brad Escobar, has been practicing law with the aim of improving people’s lives. We think that tradition is important.

    For over 30 years, founding attorney, Christy Brad Escobar, has been practicing law with the aim of improving people’s lives. We think that tradition is important.

    For over 30 years, founding attorney, Christy Brad Escobar, has been practicing law with the aim of improving people’s lives. We think that tradition is important.

    Over 30 Years Of Legal Experience

    At Escobar Associates Law Firm, Ltd. we have more than 30 years of experience guiding people through legal issues, including divorce, adoption and other family law matters, as well as estate planning and probate. Our goal is to provide personalized legal counsel for each of our client’s unique needs.

    Our background in counseling with family members gives us the ability to carefully listen to our client’s desires and translate them into legal strategies in a variety of legal areas. Our founding lawyer, Christy Brad Escobar, is known for his extensive legal knowledge in the core areas of family law. He knows how important it is to protect your rights as you face family law proceedings regarding divorce, child support and custody, guardianship and other significant decisions affecting your family. Escobar Associates Law Firm, Ltd. is also recognized as an established law firm facilitating adoption in Nevada.

    Nevada Will And Trust Attorney — Protecting Your Assets And Your Loved Ones Through Estate Planning

    Our attorney has assisted countless clients in creating estate plans that address each client’s unique needs and wishes. If you want to protect your assets, reach out to our firm to discuss the creation of a will, trust, power of attorney or other estate planning document. We are also here to help clients settle the estates of their loved ones through the probate process .

    Contact Us To Learn More About Our Broad Range Of Legal Services

    To learn more about the services we provide and how we can help in your legal situation, call Escobar Associates at 888-339-6061 or contact us online. Our office is located in Las Vegas, Nevada, and is easily accessible from Centennial Hills, Summerlin and The Lakes.

    Get the answers you need

    Request more information or schedule an appointment.

    Online Course: Excel 2016 – Certificate and CEUs #editing #certificate #online, #excel #2016 #microsoft #spreadsheet #program #comes #packaged #office #family #software #products #programs #can #wide #variety #purposes #creating #address #book #grocery #l #education #online #distance #learning #expert #instruction #class #make #money #teaching #course #guide #help #tutor #knowledge


    Online Class: Excel 2016

    Course Description

    Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program that comes packaged with the Microsoft Office family of software products. Just like the other programs by Microsoft, Excel can be used for a wide variety of purposes such as creating an address book, grocery lists, tracking expenses, creating invoices and bills, accounting, balance checkbooks and other financial accounts, as well as any other purpose that requires a spreadsheet or table.

    This course will cover the many features of Excel 2016 and will teach you how to use them, starting with the simple and working to the most complicated. The good news is that Excel 2016 makes everything easy. By learning how to navigate the program and where to find each feature, operating Excel can become a breeze.

    This course will teach you how to:

    Create a spreadsheet

    Format cells, rows, columns, and entire worksheets so they fit and match your data

    Enter data into a spreadsheet

    Use formulas and functions for math, accounting, and totaling.

    Create formulas and functions

    Calculate data

    Create charts and diagrams for your data

    Create data lists and forms

    Create and use pivot tables and pivot charts.

    Work with Excel templates

    Share and protect your worksheets and workbooks

    Use What-If Analysis to determine possible outcomes. For example, sales goals

    And much more

    This course was designed to teach you skills you’ll need to successfully use Excel 2016. Each lesson contains instructions and illustrations to show you how to use the features, then walks you through step-by-step so you can see how everything is done. You don’t need previous experience with Excel to be able to complete this course. This course will start with basic skills, then move forward to more advanced features and techniques. Although you do not need access to Excel 2016 for this course; it is highly recommended. A free trial of Excel 2016 is available on the Microsoft website.

    7/3/2017 11:39:52 AM

    Lesson 1: Introduction to MS Excel 2016

    Excel can be used for a wide variety of purposes such as creating an address book, grocery lists, tracking expenses, creating invoices and bills, accounting, balance checkbooks and other financial accounts, as well as any other purpose that requires a spreadsheet or table.

  • Lesson 2: Navigating Excel 2016

    In this lesson, we’re going to focus on the major elements of Excel 2016 and take a few minutes to become familiar with their purpose.

  • Lesson 3: Worksheets and Workbooks

    Worksheets are stored in workbooks, and workbooks are the files that you actually save.

  • Lesson 4: Entering Information into MS Excel 2016

    Starting to enter information is as simple as clicking on a cell in the spreadsheet and typing, but there are some things that are helpful to know – and that you can do – before you ever type that first letter or number.

  • Lesson 5: Introduction to Working with Cells, Rows, and Columns

    If you want to move data from its original location and relocate it somewhere else, you must cut the data, then paste it somewhere else. You can cut or copy cells, rows, columns, or entire worksheets.

  • Lesson 6: Formatting Data and Cells

    Taking the time to format a worksheet can take it from the black and white page of data and gridlines to something that looks professional and attractive.

  • Lesson 7: Formatting Rows and Columns

    In Excel 2016, the width of a column is determined by how many characters that can be displayed within a cell.

  • Lesson 8: Editing Cells, Rows, Columns, and Worksheets

    Excel 2016 makes creating – and editing – spreadsheets a lot easier because correcting errors is easy mess free.

  • Lesson 9: Introduction to Formulas and Calculations

    If you use spreadsheets to do accounting for a business, track totals, invoice customers, or anything that requires mathematics, Excel’s ability to calculate formulas is going to save you errors and headaches.

  • Lesson 10: Working with Formulas and Functions

    In Excel, a function is a predesigned formula that does a certain calculation. This can make it easier because you don’t have to construct every formula yourself.

  • Lesson 11: Maintaining Worksheets

    It’s important to learn how to maintain your worksheets to help you keep on top of all the information.

  • Lesson 12: The What-If Analysis

    A what-if analysis lets you explore possibilities by entering possible values into the same equation so you can see the possible outcomes in the cells of your spreadsheet.

  • Lesson 13: Adding Images and Graphics

    You’ve already learned how to format a worksheet and enter information into Excel. Now we’re going to show you how to add elements such as graphics and images.

  • Lesson 14: Charts and Diagrams

    Charts and diagrams are tools you can use to visually represent the data in a worksheet.

  • Lesson 15: Creating Data Lists

    A data list or a database table are types of worksheets that aren’t used to calculate values, but to store information, such as names and addresses of clients or perhaps a library of books.

  • Lesson 16: Managing Data

    A form is simply a dialog box that lets you display or enter information one record (or row) at a time. It can also make the information more visually appealing and easier to understand.

  • Lesson 17: Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts

    A pivot table sounds more difficult and confusing than it really is. Most people say they don’t like pivot tables, or they don’t understand them. In truth, they’re not that difficult at all.

  • Lesson 18: Printing Worksheets and Workbooks

    Headers appear at the top of a worksheet. Footers appear at the bottom. Both can contain page numbers, and headers often contain the title of the worksheet and perhaps the date.

  • Lesson 19: Templates

    Templates are worksheets that are already designed for you.

  • Lesson 20: Protecting, Saving, and Sharing Workbooks

    Add protection to worksheets so that they can’t be edited by other people. You can lock cells or an entire worksheet.

  • Additional Course Information

    • Document Your Lifelong Learning Achievements
    • Earn an Official Certificate Documenting Course Hours and CEUs
    • Verify Your Certificate with a Unique Serial Number Online
    • View and Share Your Certificate Online or Download/Print as PDF
    • Display Your Certificate on Your Resume and Promote Your Achievements Using Social Media

    Course Title: Excel 2016

    Course Number: 8900368

    Languages: English – United States, Canada and other English speaking countries

    Course Type: Computer Skill

    CE Accreditation: Universal Class, Inc. has been accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).

    Grading Policy: Earn a final grade of 70% or higher to receive an online/downloadable CEU Certification documenting CEUs earned.

    Assessment Method: Lesson assignments and review exams

    Instructor: UniversalClass Staff Instructor

    Duration: Continuous: Enroll anytime!

    New York City Small Claims Court> #court, #courts, #new #york, #new #york #state, #new #york #city, #nyc, #nys, #ny, #ucs, #oca, #new #york #state #unified #court #system, #unified #court #system, #office #of #court #administration, #ecourts, #e-courts, #casetrac, #case #trac, #casetrak, #case #trak, #casetrack, #case #track, #future #court #appearance #system, #webcrims, #county, #civil, #family, #housing, #commercial, #supreme, #appeals, #appellate, #claims, #small #claims, #divorce, #law, #litigant, #litigation, #attorney, #lawyer, #cle, #juror, #jury, #jury #duty, #judge, #chief #judge, #justice, #judicial, #judiciary, #legal #forms, #court #rules, #decisions, #jury #charges, #law #libraries, #legal #research, #court #news, #town #court


    Starting a Case

    Anyone 18 years of age or over can sue in Small Claims Court. If you are younger than 18, your parent or guardian may sue on your behalf. Only an individual can sue in Small Claims Court. Corporations, partnerships, associations, or assignees cannot sue in Small Claims Court. However, they can be sued in Small Claims Court. If you are a corporation, partnership, association or assignee, you can bring a Commercial Claim or Consumer Transaction. For more information, click on Commercial Claims and Consumer Transactions.

    In general, the person suing is called the claimant. The person being sued is called the defendant. You may sue more than one person at the same time.

    You must be the proper person to sue in Small Claims Court. For example, if you are involved in an accident while driving an automobile that is not registered in your name, you cannot sue for the damage caused to the automobile during the accident. Only the registered owner of the automobile can sue for the damages caused to the automobile.

    To learn more about bringing a Small Claims Court case, continue reading below. You can also read the law on this procedure, by clicking on Civil Court Act section 1803 .

    Where to Sue: Venue

    A claimant must begin the lawsuit in the proper county. In general, a claimant can sue in the county where either party resides. If no party resides within the City, the action can be brought in the county where either party has employment or a business address. If the defendant does not have a residence, employment, or have a business address within the City of New York, you cannot bring the lawsuit in the Small Claims Court. To find the location in your county, click on Locations .

    Starting the Case

    To begin an action in Small Claims Court, a person, or someone acting on his or her behalf, must come to the Small Claims Court Clerk s office in the proper county and fill out a statement of claim. To find out where the clerk s office is located in your county, click on Locations. To find out when the Small Claims Court Clerk s office is open, click on Court Hours. You may also use an outside service to fill out your statement of claim and electronically file it with the Court. If you are interested in starting your case this way, click on electronic filing .

    The person filling out the statement of claim must be able to explain the reason for the lawsuit, know the amount of the claim, and have the correct name and address, including zip code, of the person or business that is being sued. If you are not sure of the correct name of the business, you should go to the County Clerk s office in the county where the business is located and look up the certificate of doing business, photocopy the certificate and bring it to the court. The person filling out the statement of claim must be able to explain the reason for the lawsuit, know the amount of the claim, and have the correct name and address, including zip code, of the person or business that is being sued. If you are not sure of the correct name of the business, you should go to the County Clerk s office in the county where the business is located and look up the certificate of doing business, photocopy the certificate and bring it to the court. View and print the small claims claim form.

    You can watch a short tutorial to explain how to fill in the form.

    Small Claims Form Instructions:
    Video (run time: 4:52 minutes/seconds, Windows Media format )
    Written Transcript

    You will have to pay the court fee to file your claim. If your claim is for an amount up to and including $1,000.00, there is a fee of $15.00. If your claim is for an amount over $1,000.00 and up to $5,000.00, there is a fee of $20.00. The fee must be paid by cash, certified check, money order or bank check made out to Clerk of the Civil Court. Personal checks will not be accepted.

    The clerk will give you a date for the hearing. Small Claims Court hearings are usually held at 6:30 p.m. If you are a senior citizen, a disabled person, or a person who works during the evening, you may request that your small claims hearing be heard during the day. You or the person appearing on your behalf must show proof of age, or disability, or nighttime employment. The proof can be in the form of a letter from your job or from a doctor, a driver s license showing your birth date, or other similar documents.

    If you live outside the City of New York and want to sue a party within the City of New York, you may file your claim by mail. Contact the Small Claims Court Clerk s office in the county where the defendant lives, works or has a place of business to obtain the necessary form.

    The court system does not provide electronic filing at this time. However, several private vendors provide this service. The service provided by each of the vendors is different, and you must review their requirements. We advise that you review this entire website, as it offers a lot of information on how to proceed with your case.

    The current vendors are:

    Notifying the Defendant

    After your claim is filed, the Small Claims Court clerk will serve a notice of your claim by sending it to the defendant. The notice of claim tells the defendant when to appear in Small Claims Court, and includes a brief statement of your claim and the amount of money you are requesting.

    The notice of your claim will be sent to the defendant by certified mail and by ordinary first class mail. If the notice sent by ordinary first class mail is not returned by the post office within 21 days as undeliverable, the defendant is presumed to have received notice of your claim, even if the notice of claim sent by certified mail has not been delivered.

    If the post office cannot deliver the notice of your claim (for example, the defendant may have moved without leaving a forwarding address), the court clerk will give you a new hearing date and will tell you how to arrange for personal delivery of the notice to the defendant. Anyone who is not a party to the small claim and who is 18 years of age or older can personally deliver the notice of claim to the defendant. The claimant or any other party to the action may not serve the notice of claim personally on the defendant.

    If the notice of claim cannot be served on the defendant within 4 months after you filed your claim, your claim will be dismissed. If you learn new information about the defendant s location at a later date, you can file your claim again.

    A small claims case will not proceed to trial until the defendant has been served with a notice of your claim.

    The defendant may want to file a counterclaim. For information about this procedure, click on Counterclaims .

    Preparing for Court

    Before the date of the hearing, you should gather all the evidence that supports your claim or your defense. Evidence may include: photographs, a written agreement, an itemized bill or invoice marked paid, receipts, at least two itemized written estimates of the cost of services or repairs, a canceled check, a damaged item or article of clothing, or letters or other written documents. If there are records that are not in your possession, you may wish to subpoena them to be produced at the hearing date. For information about this procedure, click on Subpoenas .

    You should also prepare any witnesses you plan to testify at the hearing in support of your claim or defense. The testimony of a person who has special or expert knowledge and experience concerning the subject of your claim may be necessary for you to prove your case. For example, if your claim involves the quality of medical care, you must find a doctor who is willing to give an opinion, in court, about the quality of the care you received. While you might find an expert witness who will testify at no cost to you, it is more likely that you will have to pay for an expert witness testimony.

    If a witness, other than an expert witness, will not testify voluntarily, you can serve the witness with a subpoena requiring them to appear in court and testify. For information on how to do this, click on Subpoenas.

    Portable Air Conditoners, Chillers, Rental, MA, Chiller, Heater, Generators for Rent, Spot Cooling System, Boston, office space boston ma.#Office #space #boston #ma


    Rental Air Conditioners, Cooling Towers, Chillers, Dehumidifiers, Heaters, Generators, and More!

    American Spot Cooling provides temporary cooling, heating, dehumidification, and power solutions. With our rental 1-80 ton portable air conditioners, cooling towers, chillers, heaters, dehumidifiers, generators, and power distribution we can cover all of your power and HVAC rental needs. We offer a full line of units customized solutions to fit your specific needs and environment.

    Our 1-12 ton portable a/c units are designed to fit through doorways and are easily wheeled into any space you need cooled. Our 15-80 ton rental a/c units are trailer mounted and can be placed anywhere near a building or tent.

    We offer multiple types of heaters; including electric, direct fired, and indirect fired rental heaters. Our direct and indirect fired heaters are available in NG, LP, and diesel. We have 3 types of rental dehumidifiers available. Rental desiccant dehumidifiers are available from 1,000 CFM to 15,000 CFM with or without high static blowers for different applications. Our rental LGR dehumidifiers are available in multiple sizes from 90 PPD to 170 PPD. We also offer a hybrid combo unit that offers cooling and dehumidification to control the temperature and humidity in your space.

    American Spot Cooling has multiple locations covering the east cost and gulf region that are strategically located to best service our customers. We are available 24/7 to respond to your emergency needs. Whether your business or event is large or small, the most important thing to American Spot Cooling is keep you running efficiently. Call our sales specialist today to assist you with your rental needs today!

    Services Overview

    Industrial Cooling Systems

    American Spot Cooling can help cool any size industrial space. We can assist in cooling a small electrical room to an entire warehouse. Visit our industrial cooling services page to learn more.

    Generators and Heaters

    American Spot Cooling has a full line of generators and heaters of all sizes perfect for your specific needs and environment. Portable systems provide temporary solutions for your short-term and long-term needs.


    American Spot Cooling can help you with all of your drying needs. We offer both desiccant and low grain refrigerated dehumidifiers available for rental.

    Construction Services

    Office Spaces & Server Rooms

    American Spot Cooling values keeping your business up and running. Our portable units can keep both your employees and equipment at the right temperature. Visit our office space & server room services page to learn more.

    Weddings and Events

    American Spot Cooling specializes in the event side of rentals. Whether your event in indoors or outdoors we have the right equipment to make your event memorable.

    Rentals, Leasing, Installations & Support

    American Spot Cooling can support any of your needs 24/7. With a wide range of heating, cooling, and dehumidifying equipment combined with our fleet of rental generators we have the ability to assist any application a customer may be faced with. Contact us for more information on how American Spot Cooling can assist you!

    Copyright 2017. American Spot Cooling . Office space boston ma$$ 219 Ludlow Street Worcester , MA 01603 888-729-0358 . All rights reserved.

    Houston Family Law Attorneys #law #firm, #law #office, #legal #advice, #lawyer, #attorney, #lawyers, #attorneys, #houston #family #law #attorneys, #southeast #texas #divorce #lawyers, #property #division


    Houston Family Law Attorneys

    Board Certified Family Law Lawyers

    At Short Carter Morris, LLP, we understand that divorce and family law matters can be emotionally charged events for you and your children. Our attorneys strive to minimize the stress associated with these issues by providing you with sound legal counsel and compassionate representation.

    Our Houston law firm practices family law exclusively. Several of our attorneys, including all three of our partners, are board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. By completing this voluntary certification, our attorneys have demonstrated their high level of competence and dedication to family law. Each of us is also heavily involved in our legal community through participation in seminars and speaking engagements.

    Our Houston family law attorneys represent clients statewide, with many of our clients coming from Southeast Texas and the Greater Houston area.

    The Highest Standard of Legal Service

    Clients retaining our firm receive the highest standard of legal service for their family law matters and we are always dedicated, diligent and highly responsive to their legal needs. Our attorneys have extensive experience in family law matters, from divorce and high net worth divorce to child custody and property division .

    We have the depth of knowledge and resources to handle even the most complex financial issues associated with contested divorce and high net worth divorce. Our experience with inheritances and trusts, business ownership and valuation, division of IRAs, pensions and 401(k)s, and executive compensation plans gives our clients a distinct advantage in complex divorce cases. As experienced negotiators and litigators, we actively pursue the best interests of each person we serve.

    Contact Our Southeast Texas Divorce Lawyers

    If you need a Texas attorney for divorce, child custody, custody modification or another important family law matter, we encourage you to schedule an appointment at our Houston office. We are located in the Galleria Area inside the Loop. To reach our firm, call 713-626-3345, or contact us online.

    Bold labels are required.

    Firestone Auto Care Corporate Office Headquarters #auto #circle

    #firestone auto care

    Firestone Auto Care Corporate Office Headquarters

    Firestone Auto Care Corporate Office Headquarters

    Mr. MIKE GORDON, Manager,

    1796 MORSE RD, Columbus, OH Friday, March 29, 2013

    I was at your store on Thursday around 2 pm Friday, March 28, 2013. I have a 2002 Buick regal. I had four tires that I purchased installed at your store.

    My whole experience from start to finish was a disaster!

    I made the reservation on line, that was nice. I got to see what I wanted and was able to pick out my tires that I wanted installed.

    I showed at 2p at your store. A very large man, I think his name was mark was working. I new when I seen him I was in trouble. His attitude and posture was just bad.

    There was even a female guest in front of me that he waited on. Upon her leaving I over heard him and a service person make a comment about a customer, about how good looking she was. Give me a break the lobby was packed. Comments like that are not needed!!

    Anyhow, while there I had asked him to check for a location of a antifreeze leak, that I had smelled over the past week. I had also asked him for some addition quotes for a fuel filter and fuel ejector cleaning. Long story!!

    The tires were installed and when I went to the service desk to pay I asked him about the leak. He had to check with the service person. At that time I was told YES IT WAS LEAKING.

    Ok so now what. They never looked to see wear it was coming from! In addition, that was it! I was glad to pay my bill and get out of there fast. He was in toooo much of a hurry to do anything else and while I was asking questions, he asked me for my payment twice. But I wasn t done asking questions!

    Therefore, I drove home. I live within walking distance some 800 yards. I parked the car and latter ordered dinner. on the way there my low tire light came on! I right away called the store! The same man answered the phone. I told him what the problem was and he asked if I needed it checked right away? Was he kidding? He then told me that he could not get it in that night! He was kidding right. Nope he sure was not!

    I was so mad! I hung up the phone and called your customer service number. The woman on the phone was able to call the store direct and got me right in! Funny how that works!

    When I got there, there were 7 empty bays open! I new what the problem was when I called to begin with, it was 610 pm! Time for them to go home!

    They brought the car in and right out. I was told that there was not enough air in the tire. I figured that as the light on the dash had came on!

    I am so unhappy with the way this was handled!

    I am 46 this is my first visit to a firestone store! I will not be back not even if they are giving away free money and tires! It was just a very bad over all experience!

    Also if my low tire light does come back on today I will dispute the charges on my credit card for a bad and or damaged product. The credit card company 9 times out of 10 always finds in favor of the consumer, as you know. Let us hope that this little problem that could have been handled very quickly and professionally does not get out of control!