March 3, 2021
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  • 7:40 am Watch Greensky Bluegrass Cover Paul Simon With Special Guest Skerik In Seattle
  • 7:38 am Madonna Calls On Stevie Wonder For Prince Tribute Performance At Billboard Awards
  • 7:30 am Warren Haynes Reveals Stacked Lineup For His 28th Annual Christmas Jam Festival
  • 7:30 am Gem & Jam Festival To Host Gramatik, Lotus, Floozies & String Cheese Side-Project “Trancident”

first_imgRingo Starr—excuse me, Sir Ringo Starr—will bring his All-Starr Band to the United States from a 20-date outing later this year. The run will kick off at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa, OK, on September 1st before wrapping up at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on September 27th.For the past 29 years, the All-Starr Band has found the former Beatles drummer and current Commander of the Order of the British Empire backed by a rotating cast of characters. The forthcoming incarnation of the group will feature vocalist/guitarist Colin Hay (Men at Work), guitarist Steve Lukather (Toto), vocalist/keyboardist Gregg Rolie (Santana, Journey), saxophonist Warren Ham (Toto, Bloodrock), and drummer Gregg Bissonette (Toto, Santana), as well as its newest addition, bassist/vocalist Graham Gouldman (10cc).According to Rolling Stone, the All-Star Band will stick to their longtime format of performing hits from each member’s respective bands, which usually includes a handful of Beatles classics. Ringo also released his 19th solo album, Give More Love, in September, so songs from that record may appear during the shows.As previously, Ringo was finally knighted by Queen Elizabeth II earlier this week. Tickets for his U.S. dates will go on sale in the coming weeks.Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band Tour Dates:September 1 Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Tulsa, OKSeptember 2 Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion – Rogers, ARSeptember 3 Starlight Theatre – Kansas City, MOSeptember 5 Iowa State Center – Ames, IASeptember 7 Fox Theater – St. Louis, MOSeptember 8 TBA – Milwaukee, WISeptember 9 Morris Performing Arts Center – South Bend, INSeptember 11 Fraze Pavilion – Kettering, OHSeptember 13 Radio City Music Hall – New York, NYSeptember 14 Saratoga Performing Arts Center – Saratoga, NYSeptember 15 The Toyota Oakdale Theater – Wallingford, NYSeptember 17 Wang Theater, Boston – MASeptember 19 Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts – Pittsburgh, PASeptember 21 Hard Rock Rocksino – Northfield Park, OHSeptember 22 The Chicago Theatre – Chicago, ILSeptember 23 Ordway Center for the Performing Arts – St Paul, MNSeptember 25 Paramount Theatre – Denver, COSeptember 27 Humphreys – San Diego, CASeptember 28 City National Civic – San Jose, CASeptember 29 Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CAView All Tour Dates[H/T – Rolling Stone]last_img read more

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first_imgWith #SC16 in full swing this week, Dell EMC has a strong presence here per usual.  While we’re spending a great deal of time meeting with customers and partners, presenting and demonstrating our latest HPC technologies, I wanted to share some detail on our highly anticipated PowerEdge C6320p Server that will be available next month.As you know, highly parallelized computing plays an important role in high performance computing (HPC). Compared to serial computing, parallel computing is much better suited for modeling, simulating and understanding complex, real world phenomena. In many cases, serial programs “waste” potential computing power. Parallel software is specifically intended for parallel hardware with multiple cores, threads, etc.Historically, parallel computing has been considered to be “the high end of computing,” and has been used to model difficult problems in many areas of science and engineering. However, today, with the emergence of Big Data and Machine Learning, commercial applications provide an equal or greater driving force in the development of faster computers. These applications also require the processing of large amounts of data in sophisticated ways that parallel computing allows.Dell EMC PowerEdge C6320p Server- High performance for parallel coding, low- latency with simplified managementThe PowerEdge C6320p server is specifically designed to address this parallel processing environment. It delivers both the parallel processing capability and power, as well as the low latency throughput.Working through increasingly complex problems needs not just fast, accurate results – raw performance – but also a properly balanced and integrated system. The system delivers greater throughput along with processing capacity to manage the rapid data growth and increased workload demands.The PowerEdge C6320p is a half-width 1U server node, powered by the Intel Xeon Phi processor and purpose-built for dense, highly parallel, high performance computing environments. With up to 4 nodes housed in a C6300 chassis, it delivers 288 out-of-order cores in a 2U space. It also delivers better performance for parallel code by using the Intel Xeon Phi processor with up to 72 out-of-order cores, and providing a choice of low latency IO options – with either Intel Omni-Path or Mellanox EDR InfiniBand fabrics. The integrated Dell Remote Access Controller 8 (iDRAC8) with Lifecycle Controller streamlines operations by simplifying and automating the steps to deploy, monitor, and update PowerEdge C6320p servers and ensures higher levels of service and availability – without using OS agents that interfere with application performance.Applicability across various industry verticalsThe C6320p server is ideal for data intensive computation in a number of areas, like seismic analysis, machine learning and weather simulation.  In organizations undertaking more complex and time-sensitive computational tasks, scalability becomes critical. The C6320p can scale rapidly across large distributed systems, enabling the construction of complex neural networks.It’s important to note that the Intel Xeon Phi processor is binary-compatible with other Intel Xeon processors, which allows you to protect your coding investment by using the same x86 code/developer base & optimizations you already know. Standardizing on Intel architecture means you can use a single programming model for your code, helping increase efficiency through a shared developer base and code reuse, and minimizing the need to retrain programmers to new interfaces, methodologies, and languages – saving time and costs.Results that get breakthrough HPC performanceIncreased application performance: HPC applications that are highly vectorized and parallel can perform two times faster with the Knights Landing Intel Xeon Phi that can execute 32 double-precision floating point operations per cycle.Faster insights to Big Data: The Knights Landing processor also includes an on-package 16GB memory module called multi-channel DRAM (MCDRAM) in addition to traditional DDR4 memory. This allows the data to be placed close to the computation (cores) and accessed much faster than going to the system memory, allowing for more computational efficiency.Dell EMC PowerEdge C6320p, available later this year, is a balanced platform design of powerful processing and low latency IO reaches deeper insights for research faster. The PowerEdge C6320p complements Dell EMC’s existing HPC offerings, providing a solution optimized for highly parallel workloads. If you’re at SC16, swing by booth #1217. We’d love to talk with you more about this server and plenty of other technologies and solutions we’ll be demo-ing all week!last_img read more

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first_imgSaint Mary’s senior Renee Reyes said the Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) has provided her with an unprecedented opportunity to share her faith and pursue her passions by educating future generations of underprivileged children in Catholic schools across the country.ACE is a fellowship program which recruits and trains students like Reyes to teach in Catholic school districts across the nation upon graduation. The fellowship includes a cost-free Master’s degree from Notre Dame along with training and school placement for teachers. ACE increases the accessibility of a Catholic education in underprivileged areas, develops talent among students and conducts groundbreaking research to transform disadvantaged school communities.Reyes said she first heard about the ACE fellowship last year while attending band practice at Notre Dame. Upon hearing about ACE, she said, she decided to attend an informational meeting about the program. After attending the meeting and learning more about the program, Reyes said she knew that ACE was the perfect fit for her.“I went home and completed the application that same night,” she said. “I was sold.”Reyes is an English literature and writing double major with minors in history, intercultural studies and early childhood education. She also spends her time volunteering at Saint Mary’s Early Childhood Education Center, where she is able to pursue her love for working with children while on campus. Through ACE, she said, she is able to utilize the skills she has learned through her courses at Saint Mary’s and share her gifts with disadvantaged students across the nation.Before hearing about ACE, Reyes considered Teach For America, a teaching fellowship which places college graduates in underprivileged public schools throughout the United States. Although Teach For America sounded appealing, Reyes said, she wanted an opportunity to spread her faith with others while doing what she loves. When she learned about ACE, she said she knew it provided an unparalleled opportunity to deepen her faith and pursue a career she is passionate about.“ACE is everything I wanted to do wrapped into one package,” she said.In addition to the teaching fellowship, ACE also selects a number of students to intern for the program while they are still on campus. Reyes is currently one of 14 interns for ACE, and she has the responsibility of recruiting prospective Belles to join the program. While on campus, Reyes is a mentor for ACE, helping interested students discover their passions and discern whether ACE would be a good fit for them.Reyes saids that Saint Mary’s has equipped her to thrive in the classroom. “Saint Mary’s has given me everything I’ve ever needed,” she said. “But the main thing is inspiration. Our teachers are so incredible, they care about you as a person, not just as a student … I want my students to feel important and respected like my teachers have done here.” After graduation, Reyes will begin the process of taking classes at Notre Dame and teaching through the ACE program. Until then, she said she is excited to work as a mentor on campus and spread the word about ACE to other Saint Mary’s women.Tags: ACE, saint mary’s, teachinglast_img read more

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first_imgMGN Stock Image.WASHINGTON – President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will hold competing town halls Thursday night after the cancelation of the second presidential debate.Trump’s event with NBC News is scheduled for 8 p.m. in Miami.It will compete with an ABC town hall featuring democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden.Trump and Biden were originally scheduled to participate in the second presidential debate Thursday night. However, Trump objected to the virtual format announced by the commission on presidential debates after his positive Coronavirus diagnosis.As a result, the debate was eventually canceled. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img

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first_imgOur love for this cast lasts forever. Broadway favorite Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Finding Neverland’s Carolee Carmello, newcomer Sarah Charles Lewis and more will star in Tuck Everlasting on the Great White Way. Performances have been pushed back from the previously announced March 23, 2016 and will now begin on March 31 at the Broadhurst Theatre. The Casey Nicholaw-helmed production will open on April 26.Keenan-Bolger takes on the role of Jesse Tuck, with Carmello and Lewis as Ma Tuck and Winnie Foster, respectively. Additional cast members will include Robert Lenzi as Miles, Terrence Mann as Man in the Yellow Suit, Michael Park as Angus, Fred Applegate as Constable Joe, Valerie Wright as Betsy Foster and Michael Wartella as Hugo.The full principal cast, with the exception of Wright, reprise their performances from the musical’s world premiere at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia. The out-of-town engagement ended its run in February.Keenan-Bolger’s Broadway credits include Newsies, Mary Poppins, Seussical and Beauty and the Beast, as well as Ever After at Paper Mill Playhouse. Carmello, who will take on the role of Ma Tuck, currently appears in Finding Neverland on the Great White Way and earned Tony nominations for her performances in Parade, Lestat and Scandalous. Lewis, at just 11-years-old, recently starred in Atlanta Lyric Theatre’s Annie. Lenzi made his Main Stem debut in South Pacific. Mann earned a Tony nod for his recent Broadway performance in Pippin; he was also nominated for Beauty and the Beast and Les Miserables. Park has appeared on the Great White Way in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Little Me. Applegate most recently hit the Broadway stage last fall in The Last Ship. Wright’s previous credits include Elf, Annie Get Your Gun and Steel Pier. Wartella made his Broadway debut in 2013 in Wicked.Featuring music by Chris Miller, lyrics by Nathan Tysen and a book by Claudia Shear, Tuck Everlasting follows a young girl and her friendship with Jesse Tuck and his family, who become immortal after drinking from an enchanted spring. Based on the 1975 children’s novel by Natalie Babbitt, the story has twice been adapted for the screen.Additional casting will be announced at a later date. Related Shows Tuck Everlasting View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on May 29, 2016last_img read more

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first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享The Star:Experts say an annex in North America’s newest trade agreement could protect the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion from financial difficulties.The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) forbids all three governments from giving non-commercial assistance to Crown corporations, meaning governments can’t help corporations restructure debt, rescue a corporation from bankruptcy, or support activities that will have “adverse effects” in another country.All three governments chose certain Crown corporations to be exempt from these rules. The Trans Mountain Corporation is one of Canada’s picks.Under USMCA’s Annex IV, the federal government can support Trans Mountain Corporation with non-commercial assistance “for the sole purpose … to return (the enterprise) to viability and fulfil its mandate.” The government is allowed to provide assistance to the pipeline until Trans Mountain Corp. is privatized or 10 years have passed since the original agreement.Blake Shaffer, an energy adviser at the C.D. Howe Institute, said the annex could put a time limit on the government’s ownership of the Trans Mountain expansion project. “It’s … noteworthy that a countdown is on,” Shaffer told iPolitics. “At the very least, it makes it a credible statement when the federal government says it doesn’t plan to remain in the pipeline business.”Jack Aubry, a spokesperson for the ministry of finance, refuted that claim, saying there is “no specific” timeline for the divestment to occur — only that the agreement allows Trans Mountain to be exempt from UMSCA rules governing other Crown corporations for 10 years.More: USMCA protects Trans Mountain from money problems: experts Canada carves out protections for Trans Mountain pipeline in new free trade agreementlast_img read more

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first_imgIn 2018 a team of researchers drilled the Khumbu glacier and found that the ice was much warmer than expected. The coldest ice that they tested was a full 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than the mean annual air temperature. The first official running of Barkley was in 1986 and the field of runners is capped at around 40 each year. Not much about the course is known, but runners must complete five 20-mile loops with a total elevation gain of 60,000 feet in 60 hours. Since its inception, only 15 runners have finished the race. Tiny poisonous toads are taking over neighborhoods in Florida As temperatures across the globe continue to rise, melting glaciers on Mount Everest are exposing the bodies of climbers who died attempting to summit the mountain. Since the first climber set out to reach the peak in 1922, more than 300 have died trying to scale the highest mountain in the world. In recent years, most of the dead bodies have been exposed at Khumbu icefall, a notoriously difficult part of the climb, and in the final camp area. Last year at camp one, the hand of a dead climber appeared above the ground. It can cost up to $80,000 to remove a dead body from the mountain. There wasn’t a single finisher in this year’s Barkley Marathonscenter_img The residents of Palm Beach Garden, Florida weren’t sure what to think when countless numbers of baby cane toads began appearing in their yards, pools and homes two weeks ago. Cane toads are an invasive species introduced to Florida in the 1930’s for the purpose of killing the beetles that feed on Florida’s sugarcane crop. When attacked, adult cane toads shoot a toxin out of their backs that is strong enough to kill a dog. The invaders in this situation are baby cane toads and their toxin isn’t strong enough to cause real harm. Still, the toads have arrived in swarms, hopping over fences and entering homes and swimming pools en masse. The reason for the invasion in the Palm Beach Garden neighborhood appears to be an undisturbed lake. Because there was nothing to bother the toad eggs and tadpoles in the lake nearly all of them hatched and grew, hopping their way into Palm Beach Garden in one headline-making wave. The Barkley Marathons, held each year in the hills of Wartburg, Tennessee, is considered one of the hardest ultra marathons in the world. Here’s proof: the race took place again last weekend and for the second year in a row, despite a field that included elite runners, no one finished the race within the 60-hour window. Six participants finished the “Fun Run,” completing three loops of the course. Melting glaciers are exposing the bodies of climbers who died on Mount Everestlast_img read more

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first_img December appointments to be filledThe Board of Governors is seeking applicants for the following vacancies to be filled during its December 13 meeting: Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission: One attorney to serve a six-year term on the 15-member commission, authorized under Article V, Section 12, to investigate complaints against judges whose conduct demonstrates a present unfitness to hold office and to recommend disciplinary action to the Supreme Court. No member of the commission, except a judge, shall be eligible for state judicial office while acting as a member of the commission and for a period of 2 years thereafter. No member of the commission shall hold office in a political party or participate in any campaign for judicial office or hold office; provided that a judge may campaign for judicial office and hold that office. Florida Rural Legal Services, Inc., Board of Directors: One attorney to serve a three-year term on its 19-member Board of Directors. Other appointments are made by the ACLU, NAACP, several housing authorities, and various other small groups. The main purpose of Florida Rural Legal Services is to help migrant farm workers and the rural poor in civil (not criminal) cases. Florida Realtor-Attorney Joint Committee: Five attorneys, one from each state appellate district, for two-year terms. The Florida Bar president receives the recommendations of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section for consideration. The committee is composed of 10 lawyers appointed by the Bar and 10 realtors appointed by the Florida Association of Realtors. The committee promotes cordial relations between Realtors and attorneys.All terms for the foregoing appointments are set to commence January 1, 2003.Persons interested in applying for any of these vacancies may download the application from the Bar’s Web site, www.FLABAR.org, or call Bar headquarters at (850) 561-5600, extension 6802, to obtain an application form. Completed applications must be submitted to the Executive Director, The Florida Bar, 651 E. Jefferson Street, Tallahassee 32399-2300 no later than close of business, Friday, November 22, 2002. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of an application. 13th JNC to fill a circuit vacancy T he 13th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is now accepting applications for a circuit judge position.Applicants must be residents of Hillsborough County, registered voters, and a member of The Florida Bar for the past five years.Applications are available from the S. Cary Gaylord, JNC chair, by pick-up at his law office at 777 South Harbour Island Boulevard, Suite 900, Tampa 33602, anytime between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.An original plus nine copies of the completed application must be received by Gaylord no later than 5 p.m. November 4. Note that the applications may have changed and old versions will not be accepted. 17th JNC to fill a circuit opening The 17th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is now accepting applications for an opening on the circuit bench created by the retirement of Judge Estella May Moriarty, effective January 6, 2003.Applicants must have been members of The Florida Bar for at least five years, registered voters, and residents of the 17th Circuit.Applications and instructions are available on The Florida Bar’s Web site at www.FLABAR.org or by contacting William S. Spencer, JNC Chair, 500 East Broward Blvd., Suite 1600, Ft. Lauderdale 33394-3076, telephone (954) 468-1399, fax (954) 523-1722.Completed applications must be received by Spencer no later than November 12 at 5 p.m. Fourth JNC to fill Clay County seat Applications are now being accepted to fill a judicial vacancy on the Clay County bench as a result of the death of Judge L. Thomas McAnnally. All applicants must be registered voters, a member of the Bar for the preceding five years and reside in Clay County upon assuming office.Application forms are available on The Florida Bar’s Web site: at www.FLABAR.org or from Christine A. Clark, JNC Chair, One Independent Drive, Suite 1900, Jacksonville 32202; phone (904) 385-8881.An original and nine copies of the completed application must be received by Clark no later than 12 p.m. November 18.Interviews will take place December 17 in the Duval County Courthouse, Room 220. Comments sought on federal rulesThe Judicial Conference of the U. S. Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure has requested public comment on the preliminary draft of proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy and Criminal Procedure, and the Federal Rules of Evidence.Copies of the full text of the proposed amendments can be obtained by calling the Rules Committee Support Office at (202) 502-1820, or writing to the Rules Committee Support Office, Administrative Office of the United States Courts, One Columbus Circle, N.E., Washington, D.C. 20544. The text of the proposed amendments can also be found on the Internet at www.uscourts.gov/rules McGrew petitions for reinstatementPursuant to Rule 3-7.10, Andrew Reynolds McGraw of Pensacola has petitioned the Supreme Court of Florida for Bar reinstatement.On March 12, 1998, the court suspended McGraw for two years after he was convicted for misdemeanor battery and on July 25, 1998 added a 91 day suspension to run concurrent with the two year suspension for lack of diligence and failure to keep a client informed.Any persons having knowledge bearing upon McGrew’s fitness or qualifications to resume the practice of law should contact M. Underwood, staff investigator for The Florida Bar, at (800) 342-8060, ext. 6741 or (850) 561-5845. Anthony petitions for reinstatementPursuant to Rule 3-7.10, Joan Anthony has petitioned the Florida Supreme Court for Bar reinstatement.On Janaury 18, 2000, the court suspended Anthony from the practice of law for three years for filing false income tax returns.Any persons having knowledge bearing upon the Anthony’s fitness or qualifications to resume the practice of law should contact Elizabeth Sikora Conan, Bar Counsel, The Florida Bar, 1200 Edgewater Drive Orlando 32804-6314, phone (407) 425-5424. notices November 1, 2002 Regular Newslast_img read more

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first_imgIf your credit union has over $100M in assets, your website should be generating millions of dollars. That’s why it’s important for credit unions to invest in their websites, especially during the COVID era when people are relying on digital channels. So, do you know how much your website is worth? We built a calculator so you can find out.Have you ever seen that video of Bill Gates playing The Price is Right with Ellen? It’s pretty hilarious how bad he is. He has absolutely no idea how much basic items like laundry soap or rice-a-roni cost. Of course, he doesn’t need to know—he’s got people to do his grocery shopping for him. But if you’re not a multi-billionaire, then knowing something’s value is essential. Especially if you help run a financial institution. All organizations that need to turn a profit to stay in business, including “not-for-profits,” need to know how much money their assets are generating.This is a lead capture form on Altavistacu.org. Forms like these help credit unions generate profits.I’m guessing you know which of your physical branches are the most successful. You know where most accounts are opened, which branch receives the most loan applications, and which branch is struggling. But what about your biggest branch, your digital branch? Are you as clear on the value of your website? We built a handy calculator that can help you quantify the profits generated by your website. With the right data, you can see what your website is worth and where to improve it. How to calculate the value of your websiteTo calculate how much cash your website generates, you’ll need to enter the lifetime values of your products and their conversion rates into our calculator. Lifetime ValuesThe lifetime value (LV) of a product is the total profit your credit union earns over the life of the loan or account. (Sometimes credit unions don’t have profitability data for every product. If that’s your case, you can calculate revenue instead of profit, which would still give you valuable insights.)Conversion RatesFor conversions, you’ll want to enter these numbers for all of your loans and accounts:Number of pageviewsNumber of click-throughs (clicks on your calls to action)Leads capturedApplications completed Applications fundedYou can get this data from your website analytics, origination system, and core system.This auto loan page has a clear call to action to “apply now”. As part of your conversion data, you want to track clicks on buttons like this.With this data, you’ll also be able to calculate the value of an application, lead, pageview, and session, which is extremely valuable for conversion rate optimization and digital advertising.Getting the data you need to make these calculations might take a little work, but it can help you make improvements worth millions. For instance, we ran the calculations for one of our credit union clients in California and discovered their website helps them generate over $5M per year.How the calculator can help you generate more profitsIf you know the value of your website and where it could be better, then you can calculate the value of improving it. For example, let’s say your credit union profits $3,000 per auto loan, 50% of applications are funded, and your conversion funnel looked like this last month:1,555 views → 245 clickthroughs → 152 leads capture → 97 apps. completedWith those assumptions, every time someone clicks the “apply” button on your auto loan page, your credit union makes $600. But only 15.8% of people are clicking “apply”. So, if you run some a/b tests and can increase that clickthrough rate by 50% (to 23.6%, which is reasonable), then you would increase profits by $73,500 per month ($882,000 per year). Now that’s bringing home some bacon, and that’s just for auto loans.Try out the calculator yourself. You’ll probably be surprised by how valuable your website is (or should be).Get the Website Profit Calculator 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Derik Krauss Derik is a cofounder of BloomCU, an award-winning website design agency for credit unions. His agency’s design work has received recognition from CUNA (Diamond Award), TheFinancialBrand.com, and others. He … Web: bloomCU.com Detailslast_img read more

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first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Sponsored Content Brought To You By NY Auto GiantBoasting Best-In-Class Payload at 7,390 lbs., 865 lb.-ft. Best-In-Class Diesel Torque and Best-In-Class 30,000 Lbs. Diesel Towing, the 2015 Ram 3500 Big Horn is a monster on and off the road. This beast growls “Power!” and with its standard leather-strapped steering wheel, power lumbar and 115v outlet, 5-inch UConnect touchscreen, fog lamps, 60/40 split-folding backseat, 18,000-lb. Class V trailer tow hitch receiver, and “legendary” 6.4L Hemi V8, possesses everything you’ll need to get the job done, and get it done with comfort and style. Critics gush.“With an astonishing maximum tow rating of 30,000 pounds and a 7,390-pound payload peak, the 2015 Ram 3500 certainly makes for a very strong partner,” declares Edmunds.com. “But just because you need such extreme capabilities doesn’t mean you have to suffer a truck that’s as luxurious as a cement mixer. The Ram 3500 is highly civilized by workhorse standards, with a surprisingly well-trimmed interior, so you won’t mind driving it under normal circumstances, too.“The 2015 Ram 3500 is a top pick for a heavy-duty truck thanks to its refined, well-equipped interior and astounding towing and hauling capabilities,” raves the review. As for this beast’s interior design and special features:“The 2015 Ram 3500 takes a page out of the Ram 1500’s playbook, and the result is the nicest interior among all heavy-duty pickups,” continues Edmunds. “On the higher trim levels, soft-touch materials and tasteful stitching are abundant throughout the cabin, while the plush seats and metallic accents are almost too nice for work truck status. Interior storage is generous, with plenty of bins and pockets to supplement the dual gloveboxes.”The 2015 Ram 3500 boasts beauty and power. Head to NY Auto Giant today to experience this gorgeous beast for yourself!In other words, this puppy isn’t just a workhorse, but a show horse, too. Others agree—and swoon about its other eye and road candy as well.“With no foreign competition to speak of, Ram has only the Ford F250/350 and Chevy Silverado/GMC Sierra HD to worry about, although perhaps it’s Ford and Chevy that should be worried,” warns Kelley Blue Book. “With a class-leading 30,000-pound tow rating and best-in-class payload and gross combined weight rating, the Ram HD for 2015 is no slouch. “Exclusive to the Ram brand is a multi-link rear suspension that vastly improves on-road comfort, while an available diesel engine with a manual or automatic transmission gives customers a wide range of choices, making the Ram our pick for heavy-duty chores,” it adds.Click Here To Learn More About NY Auto Giant“With a massive 31,210-pound towing capacity, the 3500 could possibly be the hardest-working pickup truck on earth,” praises Car and Driver. “The 3500 can be equipped with as few or as many modern luxuries as you can afford, starting with the stripped-down Tradesman and ending with the loaded Laramie Limited.“At nearly 9000 pounds empty, this truck underscores the heavy in heavy-duty.”To get behind the wheel of your very own powerhouse 2015 Ram 3500 Big Horn, head down to NY Auto Giant’s Atlantic Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram today!last_img read more

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