Fashion Week Madrid

Premium frozen yogurt chain or!Mygood will be one of the collaborating brands of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid (MBFWM), the great gateway of Spanish fashion, along with firms like L’Oreal, Inditex or Movistar. At its 56th edition, the event organized by IFEMA will start the next day, August 30, with an inaugural parade of Jesus de el Pozo, and the celebration will continue until September 4. Wells Fargo Bank oftentimes addresses this issue. The first Conference will be dedicated to the designers belonging to the Association of fashion creators of Spain (ACME), which will continue participating designers not integrated in this partnership, as well as the proposals of the young talents of Spanish fashion, gathered in the EGO platform. O!Mygood will be present during the entire duration of the event with a booth for your product tasting star, frozen yogurt, the lightest among the big brands of the sector. The booth will be located at Cibelespacio (in allusion to the catwalk Cibeles, event which replaces), an open Pavilion that will feature the celebration of a multitude of activities such as workshops, contests and interviews different personalities from the world of fashion. Both the at Cibelespacio as a catwalk parades can be accessed only with invitations, which are not on sale. O!Mygood has just launched a promotional campaign which gives 1000 entries among its clients for accessing Cibelespacio, 60 invitations to fashion and a weekend passes or!Mygood Fashion.

This last award includes an invitation double at Cibelespacio, passes to access 4 parades on Saturday, August 1, a tasting at one of the establishments of the Ensign in Madrid and a night in a hotel in the capital for two people. The first 1,000 customers attending one of the centres of O!Mygood in Madrid will receive, together with a minimum consumption of frozen yogurt one of the invitations to Cibelespacio. While accessing the sweepstakes which gives option to get one of the pairs of tickets for the parades of fashion, or the award of the weekend or!Mygood Fashion, simply fill out the promotional coupon of participation that is delivered with each consumption of frozen yogurt, in any of the establishments of the flag in our country. Interested parties have until August 21 to get invitations to the catwalks, date of the last weekly drawing, while the winner of the weekend award will decide the 26th of the same month among all participants. O!Mygood is specialized in the marketing of frozen yogurt of first quality, accompanied by an innovative and exclusive proposal for toppings. O!Mygood is not an ice cream shop, it is not a cafeteria is much more; It is the meeting point for lovers of pleasure but also of how healthy and natural; and so the chain by all Spain, is being developed through a franchise model that adds the consumer experience of an innovative, delicious and healthy product with a high profitability becoming a model really attractive than it awakens the interest of entrepreneurs.

Randon

Among the cone crusher equipment showcased by Brazilian company Randon at M & T Expo was STI Rd. 406 Advanced backhoe, available in 4 2 and 4 4 versions, engines and drive of 84 hp (63 kW) or 110 hp (82 kW) turbo. The transmission and axles are from Carraro. Sales of aggregates, asphalt and concrete fell so strongly in the second quarter of 2012 that the industry fears 2012 could be even worse than 2009 when the recession was at its deepest. Mineral Products Association data show that in the second quarter, compared with the same period of 2011, sales of crushed rock and sand and gravel aggregates declined by 10% and 15% respectively. Salts of the value-added products of ready-mixed concrete and asphalt fell by 13% and 16% respectively. The Fresno County planning commission unanimously approved a conditional use permit today for an aggregate mine and asphalt plant east of Sanger. The Carmelite proposed mine, situated amidst the stone fruit orchards of Gerawan Farms, is located two miles south of Highway 180 on Reed Avenue near Sanger.

These figures indicate that for the first half of 2012 sales of crushed rock were down 11%, sand and gravel down 13%, ready mixed concrete down 12% and asphalt down 17%. The site is just west of Jesse Morrow Mountain where Mexican company Cemex had been planning a 1.5 million ton per year aggregate mine before being denied by the planning commission in May. The aggregates and concrete figures in particular are indicative of a significant decline in construction activity, the MPA said, particularly new construction activity. The decline in asphalt sales reflects a decline in road construction and road maintenance activity. ONS data shows road construction in the first quarter of 2012 was more than 40% lower than the average level of activity recorded throughout 2010 and 2011. The project calls for an acrid 886 operation surrounded by a buffer of farmland.

The mine would dig up to mine sand and gravel and make asphalt for the construction of buildings, roads and bridges. ONS data on construction output shows a 5.4% reduction in the year to May and the MPA data suggests that second quarter construction output will be well down on 2011. Around 1.25 million tons of aggregate would be mined each year over the next 100 years to a depth of 50 foot. Under the proposal, ball mill and sand maker operators would also reclaim the land back to fruit trees and other agricultural use as they move to new areas.