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*******www.lamfacialplastics**** DALLAS FACIAL PLASTIC SURGEON, DR. SAMUEL LAM, INTRODUCES TWO, BRAND NEW BOUTIQUE HOTELS, NYLO AND ALOFT, IN PLANO, TEXAS FOR HIS VISITING OUT-OF-TOWN PATIENTS. THESE TWO NEW HOTELS OFFER AN AMAZING DESIGN AESTHETIC THAT YOU MIGHT FIND APPEALING. KEY WORDS: NYLO HOTEL, W HOTEL, ALOFT HOTEL, PLANO, FRISCO, DALLAS, TEXAS, PLASTIC SURGEON, PLASTIC SURGERY, HOSPITALITY KIT, DR. LAM
1 Dec 2008
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Watch this video demonstration of the passive noise-canceling Clarity Aloft Aviation Headset, including features and user video. *******ThePilotReport****/clarityaloft
30 May 2010
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Travel in style for less using Aloft Hotels Coupons, Coupon Codes and Aloft Hotels Promotional Codes. Get discount deals with Aloft Hotels coupon codes and online promo codes. Save with *******www***uponsaver****/aloft-hotels-coupons-codes.html
6 Dec 2010
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Aero-TV: Helicycles Aloft -- BJ Schramm's Legacy (Part One) Three Guys, Three Helicycles... Way Too Much Fun Some years ago, it was my pleasure and privelege to get to know a gentle, sweet man by the name of BJ Schramm. Uncommonly talented in all things rotary-wing related, BJ had a gift for rotors and was a truly great human being, to boot. The designer of the much lauded Rotorway heli series, it was BJ's dream to build the ultimate little single helicopter for the sport enthusiast... but to give it the kind of reliability that had not heretofore been associated with sport helicopter kits. The Helicycle folks sum up BJ's fascination with rotorcraft, thusly, "Having flown many types of helicopters both piston and turbine powered, for over 30 years and having constructed, from scratch, over a dozen prototype helicopters from one to four seats; it was B.J. Schramm's desire to create a personal single seat helicopter which embodies all desirable features that could be engineered into a single machine." This was near the time that the horrific death toll of a shoddily manufactured Mini-500 kit-copter was really escalating, and a known and reliable expert like BJ was just what the sport helicopter business needed to restore some respectability to an industry traumatized by alleged con-man Dennis Fetters (a.k.a. Mohammed Al Faris and God knows what other aliases he used) and the tragedies brought on by his death-trap. That was then... and when BJ was just about done with all he could do to make the machine the best that he could, even to the point of pioneering a truly lovely turbine installation, something unfortunate happened and BJ "went home" to meet God -- who was truly the cornerstone of everything he did. Since then, family members and fans of BJ have kept the Helicycle alive and in production, while dozens are now flying safely and racking up hours right and left. The Helicycle costs less than $40K to purchase, including the Modified Solar T62 turbine 160 derated to 90 hp. The single seat bird allows for pilots of up to 220 lbs max, a Gross Weight of 850 lbs, and an Empty Weight of 500 lbs. Fuel Capacity is 21 gallons (16 + 5 reserve). A Helicycle's range (with reserve) is 160 miles, and boasts a Rate of Climb of 900 fpm, as well as a Hover IGE of 9500 ft. The Service ceiling is 11,000 ft and the bird cruises (with doors) at approximately 95 mph, though it has a max level speed of 110 mph at Sea level. ANN caught up with three Helicycle builder/flyers at the recent Lee Bottom Fly-In... three guys of varying experience and backgrounds, who all built the same helicopter and now enjoy the occasional group flight to find a bit of adventure. Let's let them tell you what BJ's genius and passion, via the creation of the Helicycle, means to them... Aero-TV Tells the Tale of Three Helicycle Builder/Flyers (Part One)! FMI: www.helicycle****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
15 Jan 2009
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Alta Court Apartments for rent in San Diego, CA on ForRent****: (866) 577-9588 *******www.forrent****/apartment-community-profile/1000054916.php Located in downtown San Diego, California these beautiful Apartment Homes are just what you are looking for. Large expanses of glass flood homes with light and views, and the high ceilings are a subtle reminder of downtown luxe. Aloft invites you to see how intelligent architectural design is the foundation for good living. Welcome to life elevated.
18 Mar 2010
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This has been held at Aloft Whitefield, Bengaluru, annual Day celebration on Sept 2011.
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Sustainable and Organic News from *******www.BigOrganicNetwork**** Presented by president Jean-Yves Landry
26 May 2008
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Three Guys, Three Helicycles... Way Too Much Fun Some years ago, it was my pleasure and privelege to get to know a gentle, sweet man by the name of BJ Schramm. Uncommonly talented in all things rotary-wing related, BJ had a gift for rotors and was a truly great human being, to boot. The designer of the much lauded Rotorway heli series, it was BJ's dream to build the ultimate little single helicopter for the sport enthusiast... but to give it the kind of reliability that had not heretofore been associated with sport helicopter kits. The Helicycle folks sum up BJ's fascination with rotorcraft, thusly, "Having flown many types of helicopters both piston and turbine powered, for over 30 years and having constructed, from scratch, over a dozen prototype helicopters from one to four seats; it was B.J. Schramm's desire to create a personal single seat helicopter which embodies all desirable features that could be engineered into a single machine." This was near the time that the horrific death toll of a shoddily manufactured Mini-500 kit-copter was really escalating, and a known and reliable expert like BJ was just what the sport helicopter business needed to restore some respectability to an industry traumatized by alleged con-man Dennis Fetters (a.k.a. Mohammed Al Faris and God knows what other aliases he used) and the tragedies brought on by his death-trap. That was then... and when BJ was just about done with all he could do to make the machine the best that he could, even to the point of pioneering a truly lovely turbine installation, something unfortunate happened and BJ "went home" to meet God -- who was truly the cornerstone of everything he did. Since then, family members and fans of BJ have kept the Helicycle alive and in production, while dozens are now flying safely and racking up hours right and left. The Helicycle costs less than $40K to purchase, including the Modified Solar T62 turbine 160 derated to 90 hp. The single seat bird allows for pilots of up to 220 lbs max, a Gross Weight of 850 lbs, and an Empty Weight of 500 lbs. Fuel Capacity is 21 gallons (16 + 5 reserve). A Helicycle's range (with reserve) is 160 miles, and boasts a Rate of Climb of 900 fpm, as well as a Hover IGE of 9500 ft. The Service ceiling is 11,000 ft and the bird cruises (with doors) at approximately 95 mph, though it has a max level speed of 110 mph at Sea level. ANN caught up with three Helicycle builder/flyers at the recent Lee Bottom Fly-In... three guys of varying experience and backgrounds, who all built the same helicopter and now enjoy the occasional group flight to find a bit of adventure. Let's let them tell you what BJ's genius and passion, via the creation of the Helicycle, means to them... Aero-TV Tells the Tale of Three Helicycle Builder/Flyers (Part Two)! FMI: www.helicycle****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
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21 Jul 2010
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Light, Quiet and Sophisticated: Aero-TV Checks Out The Clarity Aloft Headset How Come Something This Light and Small Work So Well??? For the last few weeks, you may have read us extolling the virtues of a headset that was the target of our first-ever News-Spy Award program... the TSO'd Clarity Aloft headset by Aloft Technologies. This didn't happen by accident... we were so impressed by eh diminutive dimensions and the outstanding performance that it seemed like a worthwhile award -- and it was -- just ask Sandi Shoffner, who won the first of our News-Spy contributor awards and is enjoying her new headset as we write this! The newest TSO'd product by Aloft Technologies, the "Pro" version of the Clarity Aloft headset does what we thought wasn't going to be all that easy to do... improve on a great product. Redesigned and fully TSO approved, this headset combines the technical superiority of the original with even lighter materials (and how they do that without pumping it full of helium, we do not know... grin) and ergonomic design. To get right to the point, folks, this thing weighs an ounce and a half... and nothing that light (outside of a Florida borne mosquito) can possibly be all that uncomfortable. As a matter of fact, the thing we like best about these headsets is that once they're on, you really do forget they're there... which can make for an interesting exit if you don't think to remove when exiting your aircraft. Grin. The secret to the noise attenuation properties of the headset is their employment of patented Comply Canal Tips, composed of soft viscoelastic foam, the same foam tips used in advanced hearing aids. More than simple earplugs, these foam tips provide full spectrum noise reduction: 35-45dB of attenuation. This advanced technology has been lab tested to prove that viscoelastic passive noise reduction (VPNR) is superior to active noise reduction (ANR), especially in the speech frequencies, precisely where clarity of sound and hearing protection is most needed for aviation communications. The noise-canceling microphone used in the Clarity Aloft Headset is a high fidelity noise canceling Electret Condenser microphone with performance optimized for speech frequencies in extremely high noise environments. Stage performers and musicians use this same microphone because they must insist on the highest level of sound reproduction. All in all, it's a light, useful, QUIET, comfortable, affordable and highly wearable headset... one of the best we've ever tried... but enough of the narrative... check out the Aero-TV product feature for yourself! FMI: www.clarityaloft****
23 Feb 2008
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Turns out that networking can be pretty important, on both sides of the equation. Mark Pacheco, GM of Aloft Hotel Frisco, talks with author, speaker, and performing songwriter, Ryan Michael Galloway, www.GigsterClinics****.
31 May 2010
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Aloft Hotel General Manager Mark Pacheco talks to author, speaker and performing songwriter Ryan Michael Galloway about the effectiveness of "leave behind" materials and how the help lock in the gig. www.GigsterClinics****.
2 Jun 2010
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The place that you play likely has a theme. Can you fit in to it? What do you even know about their company culture? For an example Mark Pacheco, GM of Aloft Hotel Frisco, talks about his company brand with Ryan Michael Galloway, www.GigsterClinics****.
4 Jun 2010
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Small venues require a lot of attention to detail. You just might want to consider yourself part of the "product." Aloft Hotel Frisco GM, Mark Pacheco, discusses with author, speaker, & performing songwriter, Ryan Michael Galloway, www.GigsterClinics****
5 Jun 2010
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What did we learn from Mark Pacheco of Aloft Hotel Frisco, especially as it applies to small venues? Author, speaker, and performing songwriter Ryan Michael Galloway sums it up, *******www.GigsterClinics****.
6 Jun 2010
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