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Kisling, Nestico & Redick launches the Don’t Text & Drive Scholarship

In recent times, the number of road accidents resulting from texting and driving has been on the rise. Most of the crashes resulting from texting and driving are deadly. An Ohio-based law firm, Kisling, Nestico & Redick recently announced that it would be joining the fight against texting and driving. This law firm said that it had started an annual scholarship program, KNR Don’t Text & Drive Scholarship that’s aimed at promoting safe driving. This firm hopes that through this scholarship program it could be able to persuade young adults not to text while driving.

While making this announcement, Kisling, Nestico & Redick also reveal the winner of its first scholarship winner under its KNR Don’t Text & Drive program, 18-year-old Elianna Norin of Hudson. Elianna Norin received this scholarship worth $5000 for developing the best proposal to persuade young adults to desist from texting while driving. According to Josh Angelotta, a senior partner at this Ohio-based law firm, Norin’s application stood out from the more than 400 that the firm received thanks to her creativity. He stated that her public service announcement was also unique and that’s why Kisling, Nestico & Redick so it fit to award her with the scholarship.

While receiving this scholarship, Elianna Norin pointed out that she will continue building awareness within her community and among her friends on the dangers of distracted driving. She mentioned that the problem was growing increasingly concerning and it was time everyone joined hands before it was too late. Norin also passed his vote of thanks to Kisling, Nestico & Redick for taking the initiative to stand against this vice. She added that she hoped to see the KNR Don’t Text & Drive Scholarship grow and allow young people to become ambassadors for safe driving.

Robert Deignan’s ATS Has Been Certified by AppEsteem

ATS or Advanced Tech Support has made it publicly known that they have been certified by AppEsteem Corporation to offer services in terms of support to applications on consumer software. AppEsteem is established by a group of cybersecurity professional, and the firm is engaged in the certification of applications and other relevant services. Advanced Tech Support was able to come up with the thirty compliance requirements in order to acquire the call center certification of AppEsteem.

From 2011, ATS has been giving services for technical support to clients that are in the hundreds of thousands via virtual access screen sharing technologies and over the telephone.

Robert Deignan, the Chief Executive Officer of ATS Digital Services stated that the core of their organization is based on overall consumer-focused compliance. He adds that when they began the review procedures of their technology they found out that they have already attained majority of AppEsteem prerequisites. And at that point it was an easy decision to get certified, bind themselves as well as inform the regulators, security companies and vendors of software that their operation is engaged in the ultimate level of consumer friendly practices and operations.

The call center requirements of AppEsteem are determined by the preview from the consumer groups, call centers, software industry, security companies, law enforcement, and government regulators. Along with AppEsteem’s additional requisites, the companies for certification must be created to have the capability to protect clients as well as assist in the development of a healthy and more sustainable industry on software downloading.

Paul Herdsman, Chief Operating Officer of ATS Digital Services explained that certification through a company with the reputation of AppEsteem is the main reason why ATS Digital Services decided to get certified. He also said that ATS is elated to be connected with AppEsteem and the company means to have a continuous development under their support and guidance.

Dennis Batchelder, the President of AppEsteem remarked that they are thrilled to have ATS with them, since thousands of customers have been ill-treated by corrupt call centers. And now that they have their very first certified call center in the form of ATS Digital Services, AppEsteem can begin finding and eventually closing down the depraved ones.

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Bob Reina and the Journey from Police Work to Video Content

The technology is continuing its advance, and Bob Reina is back to talk about it. The companies that follow video trends for marketing purposes are always interested in what he has to say. Video content is becoming more and more popular for brands as an advertising tool. Once upon a time videos were only used in classrooms or by vloggers, but with the rise of the digital age, people look for video content more often. The amount of data the current customer consumes every day is astonishing. But many brands are still stuck in the era of TV advertising which has different requirements than other kinds of video content. Learn more: http://yourmarkontheworld.com/talk-fusion-founder-ceo-bob-reinas-mission-change-lives/

 

 

Bob Reina wanted to talk to MarTech audience directly, so he returned to writing. Video marketing trends are not only important for the marketing department. They are also important to the IT guys and the analysts. In the early 2000s, it was all about video emailing. It started tapping into the various and never-ending options video as a format offers companies. It reaches a wider audience, and there is a reason why firms should have a professional dealing with their video content. It takes skill, dedication and time to create material that would take the company to the next level.

 

 

Bob Reina is passionate about new technology and how it can improve people’s lives. He is also a passionate philanthropist and tries to help people who are less fortunate. He donated money to help people in Nepal after the earthquake hit the country and left people struggling. He also helped people after the tsunami in Japan. He gives money and time to help as much as he can to different charity organisations.

 

 

Reina is a smart and dedicated leader who prefers leading by example. He creates relationships with his employees and takes an interest in the projects he oversees. Reina attended the University of South Florida while working several small jobs. He was one of the top graduates of his police academy class and worked as a patrol officer before changing his career path.

 

 

He is a self-made man with energy and desire to make the world a better place.