Global Helmet Market Analysis 2020 – Dynamics, Trends, Revenue, Regional Segmented, Outlook & Forecast Till 2026 Adds “Helmet Market: Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis of Top Key Player Forecast To 2026” To Its Research Database

PUNE , MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, August 14, 2020 / —  Global Helmet Industry

New Study On “2018-2023 Helmet Market Global Key Player, Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Forecast” Added to Wise Guy Reports Database

Market Overview

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This report focuses Global market, it covers details as following:

Major Companies
BRG Sports
Rudy Project
AGV (Dainese)
Hehui Group
Pengcheng Helmets
Trek Bicycle Corporation
Safety Helmets MFG
Nanhai Xinyuan Helmets
Jiujiang Jiadeshi
Zhejiang Jixiang
OGK Kabuto
PT Tarakusuma Indah

Segment Analysis

The Global Helmet Market is evaluated elaborately by segment assessment. The huge market assessment is covered with high degree of precision through segment analysis. Different activities influencing the market is reported by each segments. Every segments were analysed for understanding market opportunities and strengths. Emerging drifts and growth prospects of the Global Helmet Market were identified by proficient analysts. The vivid segment assessment on the progress of Global Helmet Market in the analysis period is presented in the report. In order to meet high demand for concrete information on the Global Helmet Market, analysts reveal different controlling factors on the Global Helmet Market under component, application, type, solutions, and services aspects.

Main Product Type
Helmet Market, by Helmet Type
Motorcycle Helmet
Bicycle Helmet
Other Helmets
Helmet Market, by Materials
Special Steel
Reinforced Plastic

Main Applications

Regional Study

APAC, MEA, EU, Americas, Latin America, and South America is studied for the understanding of the Global Helmet Market dynamics. The regional dynamics of the Global Helmet Market in these places are studied across the analysis period and the influence of these forces on different regions are penned in the report. Different demographic causes and geographic reasons that impact the Global Helmet Market is reported. In addition, all consequences of the enactment of these forces are illustrated in the report. Different forces that likely to boost the Global Helmet Market are registered in the report.

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Global Helmet Detailed Analysis Report 2018-2023
Chapter One Helmet Market Overview
1.1 Global Helmet Market Sales Volume Revenue and Price 2013-2023
1.2 Helmet, by Helmet Type 2013-2023
1.2.1 Global Helmet Sales Market Share by Helmet Type 2013-2023
1.2.2 Global Helmet Revenue Market Share by Helmet Type 2013-2023
1.2.3 Global Helmet Price by Helmet Type 2013-2023
1.2.4 Motorcycle Helmet
1.2.5 Bicycle Helmet
1.2.6 Other Helmets
1.3 Helmet, by Materials 2013-2023
1.3.1 Global Helmet Sales Market Share by Materials 2013-2023
1.3.2 Global Helmet Revenue Market Share by Materials 2013-2023
1.3.3 Global Helmet Price by Materials 2013-2023
1.3.4 Special Steel
1.3.5 Fiberglass
1.3.6 Reinforced Plastic
1.3.7 Leather

Chapter Two Helmet by Regions 2013-2018
2.1 Global Helmet Sales Market Share by Regions 2013-2018
2.2 Global Helmet Revenue Market Share by Regions 2013-2018
2.3 Global Helmet Price by Regions 2013-2018
2.4 North America
2.4.1 United States

Chapter Three Helmet by Players 2013-2018
3.1 Global Helmet Sales Volume Market Share by Players 2013-2018
3.2 Global Helmet Revenue Share by Players 2013-2018
3.3 Global Top Players Helmet Key Product Model and Market Performance
3.4 Global Top Players Helmet Key Target Consumers and Market Performance

Chapter Four Helmet by Consumer 2013-2018
4.1 Global Helmet Sales Market Share by Consumer 2013-2018
4.2 Building
4.3 Mining
4.4 Movement
4.5 Military
4.6 Others
4.7 Consuming Habit and Preference

Chapter Five Global Top Players Profile
5.1 BRG Sports
5.1.1 BRG Sports Company Details and Competitors
5.1.2 BRG Sports Key Helmet Models and Performance
5.1.3 BRG Sports Helmet Business SWOT Analysis and Forecast
5.1.4 BRG Sports Helmet Sales Volume Revenue Price Cost and Gross Margin
5.2 Schuberth
5.2.1 Schuberth Company Details and Competitors
5.2.2 Schuberth Key Helmet Models and Performance
5.2.3 Schuberth Helmet Business SWOT Analysis and Forecast
5.2.4 Schuberth Helmet Sales Volume Revenue Price Cost and Gross Margin
5.3 Nolan
5.3.1 Nolan Company Details and Competitors
5.3.2 Nolan Key Helmet Models and Performance
5.3.3 Nolan Helmet Business SWOT Analysis and Forecast
5.3.4 Nolan Helmet Sales Volume Revenue Price Cost and Gross Margin
5.4 Rudy Project
5.5 YOHE
5.6 HJC
5.7 Limar
5.8 AGV (Dainese)
5.9 Hehui Group
5.10 Pengcheng Helmets
5.11 AIROH
5.12 Yema
5.13 Trek Bicycle Corporation
5.14 Safety Helmets MFG
5.15 Dorel
5.16 MET
5.17 Nanhai Xinyuan Helmets
5.18 Jiujiang Jiadeshi
5.19 Zhejiang Jixiang
5.20 OGK Kabuto
5.21 Orbea
5.22 Studds
5.23 PT Tarakusuma Indah


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KEY This Week in Chicago Celebrates 100th Anniversary

KEY This Week in Chicago was founded in 1920 by Walter L. West, Sr. as This Week in Chicago

Walter L. West III has been at the helm of the weekly publication since 1991

KEY This Week in Chicago has been a trusted guide for 100 years

KEY This Week in Chicago covers major events and many other things to do for visitors

KEY This Week in Chicago, one of Chicago’s oldest and most iconic publications, a free weekly guide for hotel guests, celebrates its 100th anniversary Aug. 19.

CHICAGO, IL, USA, August 13, 2020 / — KEY This Week in Chicago, one of Chicago’s oldest and most iconic publications, distributed as a free weekly guide for hotel guests, celebrates its 100th anniversary August 19. Founded as This Week in Chicago, KEY is a Chicago institution in the hospitality industry that has introduced visitors to a century of things to do, see and experience while visiting Chicago. It has been an important resource for visitors as well as hotel concierges who need up to date information on what is happening in the city.

To get an idea of what a century of information looks like, when it was launched in 1920 by Walter L. West Sr., the magazine included timetables for steam ship and trolley lines in addition to information on hotels, cafes, theaters, automobile tours and sightseeing tours. Walter L. West Jr. took over the publication in 1967, and 51-year-old Walter L. West III has been at the helm since he took over in 1991. It is an independent family-owned business operating in Chicago for 100 consecutive years.

“My grandfather created the perfect magazine for a visitor,” said West. “It was digest size, so it was easy to carry outside the hotel and, because it came out weekly it covered a time frame that fit the needs of most tourists.”

West credits his father for later introducing and establishing a nationwide KEY brand. “He pushed for like-minded publishers in other cities to band together under the KEY brand. Today, you can find KEY editions in many cities across the U.S. Our company has always valued a strong work ethic and it has helped it continue to thrive and innovate.”

Surviving this long in print is not easy but being adaptable and resourceful has been crucial. “When you have been in business for one hundred years, not only do you see quite a few challenges, but you also become adept at overcoming adversity,” West reflected. “We overcame the stock market crash of 1929, World War II, 9/11, the Great Recession and now, COVID-19."

Building strong relations with hotel professionals has been another important factor in the publication's success. West understands that the hospitality business is about service, and he strongly advocates for the value that concierges bring to hotel guests. “The difference between a good stay and a great stay can often come down to the concierge and front desk staff,” he said. “These hard-working people are Chicago’s front-line ambassadors to millions of people from all over the world. Not only can concierges get you a reservation at that trendy restaurant or a ticket to a sold-out show, but they can also create a custom itinerary for a guest on how to best enjoy the city.”

KEY hasn't been immune to the pandemic's effects on the hospitality industry–the print edition is currently on hiatus–but that doesn't deter West. "We're doing what every proactive hospitality business is currently doing," said West, "We're digging in our heels, developing new strategies and taking on new initiatives that will enable us to serve Chicago hotels and visitors even better than before the pandemic. Right now, we are developing a custom digital city guide for each hotel in the city and suburbs. It will work in conjunction with our print publication.”

West remains optimistic about Chicago's hospitality and tourism industries. "I'm still very bullish–the hospitality market WILL get through this at some point and I believe we will come back better than ever," he said. "Our hospitality, restaurant, shopping, and entertainment scene is very important to Chicago and I'm confident it will continue to be dynamic, always growing and evolving.”

A century of influential events that attracted Chicago tourists
Looking back over the life of the publication, West reminisced about the many influential and notable breakthroughs that have become part of the KEY Magazine recommendations:
• Balaban and Katz Theatre (now called The Chicago Theatre) opens in 1921
• Union Station opens in 1925
• Buckingham Fountain opens in 1927
• Midway Airport opens in 1927
• Adler Planetarium and Shedd Aquarium open in 1930
• The Century of Progress Exposition and Museum of Science and Industry open in 1933
• Ike Sewell and Ric Riccardo invent Deep Dish pizza in 1943
• CTA created in 1945
• Chess Records founded in 1950
• McCormick Place opens in 1960
• O’Hare Airport opens in 1963
• Sears Tower opens in 1973
• “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” premieres in 1986
• Navy Pier reopens in 1995
• Cubs win the World Series in 2016

About KEY This Week in Chicago
KEY This Week in Chicago was founded by Walter L. West Sr. in 1920 and has been published weekly for one hundred years. Part of a nationwide visitor guide network, KEY This Week in Chicago has been serving hotel guests in the city of Chicago and surrounding suburbs since 1920. Each weekly issue provides comprehensive and easy-to-find information about Chicago’s top restaurants, shops, nightclubs, sightseeing, performance arts, special events, as well as detailed pullout maps.

In addition to publishing the magazine, KEY also hosts several major events for concierges and event planners to introduce them to the many restaurants, theaters, and event activities available in Chicagoland. Among them is the annual Hospitality Holiday Showcase held at the Civic Opera House that draws over 1400 tourism movers and shakers.

For more information about KEY this Week in Chicago, please contact Walter L. West III, Publisher at (312) 961-6106 or

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Competitive Fisherman Brandon Anderson Offers His Top Tips for Offshore Fishing

Competitive fisherman Brandon Anderson Sarasota offers his top tips for offshore fishing success.

SARASOTA, FL, USA, August 13, 2020 / — Heading offshore means you're going where the big fish are. Also known as deep sea fishing, offshore fishing usually means you're more than 20 miles away from the shore. The waters can be hundreds or even thousands of feet deep. Preparing for offshore fishing is different than preparing for a day of fishing on a lake, river, or from shore. Competitive fisherman Brandon Anderson Sarasota recently offered his top tips for offshore fishing success.

Brandon Anderson Sarasota suggested keeping one rod prepared at all times with your favorite lure. He explained that if you don't have a rod rigged before heading out, and you see a school of fish, you'll likely miss a major catch while rigging a line or preparing bait. Don't wait until it's too late.

"I've learned from expert fishermen before me to always keep a logbook when I go offshore fishing," Brandon Anderson Sarasota said. "It's so easy to forget important details that can be used for future fishing trips or competitions. I now keep a log of which lures I used, hook styles, locations where I caught fish, times, tides, and more."

Brandon Anderson Sarasota explained that his log books have helped him catch countless fish over the years. He knows which sea conditions were best for catching fish in certain areas, which hooks he used, and even which brand lure brought in a big one. 

"Another major piece of advise I always give is that of cleaning the leaders," Brandon Anderson Sarasota said. "Diesel soot tends to accumulate on leaders causing them to get extremely dirty in a short amount of time." 

Brandon Anderson explained that cleaning and maintaining your fishing gear is an essential part of having success offshore. The grime that builds up on leaders as well as fishing reels and other equipment can greatly damage them over time. Brandon Anderson added that maintenance is an integral part of every fishing experience, and while it may not be the most exciting, it will help you reel in more fish over time. Proper maintenance can also save you time and money by keeping requiring fewer repairs or new purchases.

"My team always pays close attention to details when fishing offshore," Brandon Anderson Sarasota said. "This means keeping a solid inventory of our most used items, always keeping containers water-tight to prevent rust, and organizing everything from hooks to lures, weights and more."

Brandon Anderson Sarasota explained that being able to locate the exact hook size or lure you need in a pinch is necessary, especially when in competition. He explained that having all of your fishing gear properly organized before you even step foot on the boat is one of the key steps to a successful day at sea. 

"Fishing offshore makes for some of the most memorable days on the water," Brandon Anderson said. "Being properly prepared will just make your day that much more enjoyable and could be the difference between a good day of fishing and a great one."

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A Virtual Conference for Virtual Conference Meeting Planners cuts through the b.s.

Parakeet event logo

Making your Events Sing

We vetted 112 virtual event platforms to help planners cut through the clutter and b.s. to find the right one for them.

SAUSALITO, CA, UNITED STATES, August 13, 2020 / — Introducing PARAKEET, a virtual conference about virtual conferences created as way to share what we've learned during our research for the right platform for, a conference we produce that helps the tourism industry make travel easier for people with disabilities.

“Once it became clear that we would need to be 100% online, we conducted due diligence reviews of virtual conference and event tech companies and uncovered 112 that identified as virtual conference platforms. "New ones were popping up every day. ”, commented Jake Steinman, Founder and CEO of TravelAbility and Parakeet. “After digging into what each platform offered, we registered for demo’s with 35 that featured something truly unique and yet were affordable for small and mid-size events like ours. Following these demo's it became clear the culture of the event industry was about to change for the long term.

“The platforms that we found ran the gamut in pricing from one created by a developer collective that was completely free to a fully tricked out turnkey hybrid event at $250,000,” said Steinman. "It became confusing as most platforms offered the same core features so we decided to select those that offered the best engagement features and share what we've learned with our fellow meeting planners."

Here’s a taste of 13 innovative platforms and tools that will be featured at Parakeet.
1. …Platform offering closed captioning in English and 52 other languages
2. …An All-in-one DIY platform priced at $.99/attendee
3. …Self-service platform founded by two Facebook senior product managers opens with a virtual handshake
4. …Platform featuring ”Birds of a Feather” virtual rooms for like-minded attendees to meet
5. …Two platforms offering advanced 3D and 2.5D—whatever the hell that is
6. … A tool that embeds a live American sign language translator into video presentations
7. … A platform where attendees' pictures which can be moved within a breakout room by cursor
8. …A tool to create an all-networking event where users generate their own content.
9. …Virtual business cards (video intro embedded)
10. …A tool that creates a Roulette wheel w/ names of attendees for prize raffles
11. …An Audience Lottery tool where random attendees receive a quiz & can win prizes redeemable at a sponsor's booth
12. …A platform specializing in fundraising events
13. …A tool that provides virtual goody bags for easy (and cheap) swag distribution

A follow-up series of weekly demos with some of the most notable platforms will be included with the registration fee.

Date: September 10, 2020.

For more information and a list of all 112 virtual conference platforms click here.

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Keeping Outdoor Diners safe – What You Need to Know

Meridian Barriers protect outdoor dining on busy streets.

Meridian Barriers protect outdoor dining on busy streets.

Archer 1200 Barriers create safe dining area in Wilmington, NC.

Archer 1200 Barriers create safe dining area in Wilmington, NC.

MERIDIAN Archer Vehicle Barriers Play Important New Role In Preventing Tragedy

Restaurants are trying to survive. I get it. But you can’t take safety out of the equation.”

— Insurance and risk-control consultant of the Houchens Insurance Group

PASADENA, CA, UNITED STATES, August 13, 2020 / — Across the U.S., the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many restaurants to expand onto the streets and into parking lots. But with this solution comes a danger.

Since outside dining expanded in March, several tragic incidents have highlighted the serious consequences of cars mixing tragically with street-occupying patrons. A high-speed police chase in Kentucky last weekend, which ended with the vehicle plowing into a group of four people and killing two, is one of about 20 instances of cars or trucks ramming into on-street eating zones. To mitigate these risks, Meridian Rapid Defense Group has provided a quick solution for dozens of restaurants all over the U.S. including Miami Beach FL, Wilmington NC, Pasadena CA, Ventura CA, and El Segundo CA. Meridian's mobile Archer 1200 barriers have been deployed at each of these locations with safety plans developed alongside city, law enforcement, and fire department officials.

– Seating diners next to moving vehicles spells trouble.
– Newly created and unfamiliar street eating zones can confuse drivers.
– Using the wrong type of barriers at outdoor dining eateries.
– Restaurateurs thinking a light wood or metal barrier solves the problem.
– The strong chance of restaurants being sued over the most minor incident.
– Both errant and hostile vehicles can enter the designated areas from either end causing major carnage.

– A proper risk assessment by a barrier specialist.
– Choosing the right type of barrier for the front and the sides of the dining area. Important: they fill different roles.
– For front of dining zone use, facing oncoming cars, use an Archer 1200 barrier capable of stopping a car or truck at speed which is “SAFETY Act Certified” by Homeland Security.
– Affordable sales and rentals terms available.

“Our Archer 1200 is the perfect choice to take on this new role of protecting diners,” said Peter Whitford, CEO of Meridian Rapid Defense Group. “Our short-term and long-term affordable rental plans (as well as sales) have worked really well for restaurant owners and cities.”

Insurance and risk-control consultant of the Houchens Insurance Group told USA Today: “Restaurants are trying to survive. I get it. But you can’t take safety out of the equation.”

Mr. Whitford said that different types of barriers play different roles. “Once we explained to restaurant owners how the Archer 1200 mobile barrier is the only one capable of providing the maximum protection from oncoming cars for their customers, they immediately made the decision to go with the Archer,” he said.

The Archer 1200 was originally designed for military purposes. It is 700lbs of American made steel and proven as the best in the world in its class at keeping people safe from rogue vehicles. Meridian Archer 1200 Barriers are “SAFETY Act Certified” by the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) providing the ultimate standard in keeping people, communities and places safer.

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Newsletters Are Still Important In Today’s Business World. New website offers targeted newsletters for niche businesses

Reach out to desired targeted audience with precision accuracy. Sprint Data Solutions new service will have your telephone doing the twist right on your desk.

LAS VEGAS, NV, US, August 13, 2020 / — Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing is now adding EXPRESS Newsletter Broadcasting for Reaching for more B to B business campaigns.

No matter what business or industry an entrepreneur, manager, or CEO is involved in, one fundamental truth of business, regardless of size, is that information is power. What a company knows has a direct effect on what it can achieve, and what others know about that business is crucial in building up contacts, gaining new clients and customers, and, in some cases, maintaining a steady stream of investors ready to help a business grow.
One of the ways that a business can reliably do this was—and remains to this day—the humble newsletter. This is a very old form of marketing and education that has been in use for decades. Of course, today, in the 21st century, it has a modern twist. It no longer relies exclusively on being printed out and distributed to interested parties through the mail. That’s still an option, of course, but email newsletters are a faster, sometimes more cost-effective solution if quality printing for prestige/marketing purposes isn’t a priority.

What Is A Newsletter?
While a newsletter can have marketing and promotional functions, that is not the primary purpose of these documents. As the name suggests, business newsletters are designed to inform. In the case of businesses, newsletters may, with consent, or specific request from clients or customers, be sent to notify these parties of the latest developments, new products, or even changes to services that a business offers.
In other words, business newsletters are created primarily to keep those on the list “in the loop” about what a business is doing, and what developments, improvements or changes have occurred that may be relevant to recipients.

What Are The Benefits?
Maintaining a regular business newsletter, while useful to people on your list, is not a purely altruistic act. The presence of a newsletter has several benefits for the business itself. These are mostly marketing related benefits and do not necessarily translate into a measurable increase in sales or performance that way investing in new equipment or property do, but it is still important nonetheless. Some of the benefits of maintaining a quality newsletter for broadcast include:

There’s the old saying “out of sight, out of mind,” and it merely means that if someone or something hasn’t been visible for a while, people may forget about it. A regular newsletter update is a way to remind people on your list that you are still present, active, and working to provide the same products or services you always have.
Because newsletters aren’t “hard sells” the way more direct promotional works are, they are also less intrusive and aren’t as readily dismissed. They’re an excellent way to remind your audience that you and your product or service are there when the time is right.

One thing that newsletters share in common with brochures and other longer forms of direct mail is a capacity for education. Newsletters have the luxury of taking up as much space as required, meaning that more detailed explanations are much more feasible in this format.
This means that for businesses that have any major explanations required for customers or investors, a business newsletter is, by far, a more preferable way to get the message out versus social media, which often has size limitations, despite its reach, and video, which requires a significant production budget. The newsletter is the perfect tool for elaboration and detail.

Marketing & Promotion
Of course, if there are special events, the debut of new products, or changes to a service that are in the pipeline, this is precisely the kind of information that newsletters are good for. If you run a business for the general consumer, newsletters are a direct connection to keeping them engaged with service or inventory changes.

For B2Bs, or even financial businesses, such as investment, newsletters can be crucial for keeping clients informed about market changes or even investment opportunities that they need to act on fast if they want to capitalize on the possible returns.

The Digital Advantage
One thing that newer formats like email newsletter blasts bring to the table is a wealth of digital benefits. Because of the digital nature of the newsletter, as well as the online infrastructure that it is distributed through, newsletters broadcast through email have several features that can significantly benefit businesses. Chief among these benefits are:
Instant Distribution
Unlike traditional printed newsletters, there is no delay in sending out an email newsletter. Once you hit the “send” button or set your schedule to send it at an appointed time automatically, every single recipient will get that newsletter within seconds, if not instantly. There is no delay in a recipient on the east coast getting the newsletter later than a recipient on the west coast, for example, due to the delivery schedule of physical mail.
Lower Costs

There is a more significant financial investment in physical newsletter than there is in email newsletter broadcasts. One of the chief costs of physical media is production and distribution. Printing a newsletter costs money, and there is an additional cost incurred for mailing those newsletters to recipients. Email does away with both of these costs as no printing, and no postal service is required.

Data Analytics
Unlike printed newsletters, email newsletters can continue to send you back data after they are sent. The digital nature of email newsletters means that they are pure data that is continuously tracked. That tracked information can be sent back to you.
For example, email newsletters can inform you when they’ve been opened and read, so you know how many recipients—and where they are—that are taking the time to read them. Email newsletters can also include links, buttons, and other interactive elements. When users click on these links or push the “buy” button, once again, you are getting direct data about who is responding and where.
If you want to start building and maintaining a newsletter broadcast for your company, we can help. We provide a turnkey service that can help businesses learn the proper structure and approach for effective newsletters that can build the brand and promote the business.

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Florida State Parks Foundation Seeks to Fill 150 Volunteer Jobs

There is a pressing need for volunteers with special skills

Volunteering in a Florida state park helps support and maintain the acknowledged best state park system in the nation.”

— Julia Gill Woodward

TALLAHASSEE, FL, UNITED STATES, August 13, 2020 / — The Florida State Parks Foundation is working with the Florida Park Service to help fill more than 150 special volunteer positions ranging from tractor operators to museum docents and campground hosts to exotic plant technicians.

Florida’s 175 award winning state parks and trails cover almost 800,000 acres and include thousands of miles of trails and hundreds of buildings, many of them historic. Maintaining them is a full-time job for staff supported by an army of 20,000 volunteers.

“However, with so many fabulous parks and so much property to maintain, there is always work to be done and a pressing need for volunteers with special skills,” said Gil Ziffer, President of the Florida State Parks Foundation.

“We are supporting the Florida Park Service by trying to fill 150 key volunteer positions at parks across the state. These range from administrative assistants and toll both collectors, fence line and trail maintenance to gardeners and roving trail interpreters, and more”, he said.

“Volunteering is a great way of giving back to the community and volunteering in a Florida state park helps support and maintain the acknowledged best state park system in the nation,” said Foundation CEO Julia Gill Woodward.

Regular park volunteers can be individuals, families and groups, and opportunities range from greeting visitors, conducting tours, removing exotic plants, or maintaining a beach, waterway, or trail. RV and camper owners can also serve as volunteer campground hosts or as park residents for maintenance. A campsite is provided. Park residents commit to at least 20 hours per week of service.

Anyone interested in volunteering should contact their local park or visit the Florida Park Service website at

The Foundation, founded in 1993 as Friends of Florida State Parks and renamed in 2018, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation whose mission is to support and help sustain the Florida Park Service, its 175 award-winning parks and trails, local Friends groups and more than 20,000 park volunteers.

It does this through programs that preserve and protect state parks, educate visitors about the value of state parks, encourage community engagement and active use of state parks, and advocacy.

The volunteer Board of Directors represent private and public sectors as well as local and statewide interests.

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Sabrina Ho talks about the importance of cultural differences

Sabrina Ho

Sabrina Ho

Sabrina Ho talks about the importance of cultural differences

Sabrina Ho talks about the importance of cultural differences

The young entrepreneur discusses the important about culture and what we can learn from it

HONG KONG, August 13, 2020 / — Sabrina Ho is an advocate for arts and culture and has a positive influence on the art and cultural scene in Asia. She believes that learning from different cultures can help educate and expand the knowledge for people. She also believes that it can help people relate to each other, as there are many similarities in different cultures.

Sabrina has stated, “For me it is important to teach and make people aware that having a huge diversity in our society should be important. Each culture has a different value that we can learn from, but also something that we can have in common. By being able to teach the younger generation the importance of having a multicultural environment, is something that can be achieved globally.”

The humble entrepreneur believes that the history of arts and culture is an important journey that people should be a part of, in order to get a true understanding of ancestors who helped build the countries that we are living in today. However, there is always a threat to cultural properties and it is an ongoing crisis that people are having to protect and fight for.

She has stated, “The culture industry is important and is something that will always stand strong, because it can expand to so many different sectors such as tourism, trading and plenty of job opportunities. By taking away cultural properties from counties, it is as if you are abolishing history.”

Sabrina strongly believes that education plays an important factor, for it can help people who are struggling in undeveloped areas gain jobs in the culture and creative industry, just by having knowledge and respect for different cultures. Another important factor is that creative and cultural sectors of businesses can invest into undeveloped societies; giving them significance and opportunities to learn and for self development.

Sabrina has stated, “By being in the creative digital field, you can actually help communities establish themselves through art. It can bring authenticity to a community that will make them stand out and would want people from other cultures to learn about them. That is why people who travel are always fascinated to explore the countries they visit, so that they can experience every inch of the art and culture the countries have to offer.”

The businesswoman also thinks that the internet can sometimes cause a negative outlook rather than a positive one, since the youth are too absorbed with the digital world that they forget about learning about their own heritage. However, she does also believe that it can also be a positive outlook because there are some platforms out there that can teach you about different cultures.
Sabrina has stated, “Sometimes I believe that we need to get off our phones and actually explore different cultures or our own cultures by re-discovering our world again. It is important to appreciate some of the oldest beauty on this earth, by visiting world heritage landmarks and monuments.”

She also believes that by understanding different cultures, we can respect and appreciate the moral values that each of them has and try to even modernize it in some cases, so that it is adjusted to the modernized society. While some cultures stand by traditions, others are looking to make changes, since the traditions can be outdated.

The empowering successor is currently in Hong Kong, where she is the Managing Director of Yeng Culture Ltd and Strategic Partner of UNESCO. In order to maintain the art and culture scene in Asia, she organizes activities with the youths there, offering them opportunities in the creative field.

Sabrina is a member of the Committee of Cultural Industries of Government of Macao Special Administrative Region, as well as the Honorary Ambassador of Korean Culture of Hong Kong and Macau of Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Hong Kong. She was honored at being the 17th Top 100 Global Chinese Art Market Man by Yi Dian China in 2016 and in 2015 she was honoured Art Nova by Art Power 100. She also has other titles under her name such as being Vice President of Chongqing Overseas Friendship Association.

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TAP Offering “Book with Confidence” for New Bookings Through August; 15% Discount on Long-Haul Bookings Through August 18

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, August 12, 2020 / — TAP Air Portugal continues to resume its operations in October, with 666 flights planned on 82 routes, including returning service from Chicago O’Hare, San Francisco International, and New York’s John F Kennedy International airports. By then, TAP will be back in all 9 North American gateway cities: New York’s JFK and Newark, Boston, Miami, Washington DC, Chicago, San Francisco, Toronto and Montreal.

Chicago and San Francisco will operate twice weekly. In September, a second daily flight from Newark to Lisbon will be added. A third New York daily flight will be added, from John F Kennedy International, in October.

TAP is offering a 15% discount on all long-haul bookings to Portugal purchased by August 18, for travel through March 31, 2021. The discount is available from all North American gateways via TAP’s website,, using the promocode MULTI15. For more information, visit

In addition, TAP is offering the “Book with Confidence” program for all new bookings made through August, for travel through October, This allows customers to make a change at no cost, up to 21 days in advance, although any fare differences still apply.

TAP’s global network flights schedule can be reviewed here. Routes and flights will be adjusted as circumstances require.

TAP has now returned to 86% of its European destinations. With the additional frequencies, North America travelers now can connect in less than four hours to 35 cities across Europe. In October, TAP also returns to 88% of its routes in North Africa, Cape Verde and Morocco.

Finally, TAP has implemented new health and safety procedures, guaranteeing all passengers a Clean&Safe environment throughout their journey. New alerts and information on travel restrictions and entry requirements can be found on the Airline's website.


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Maritime Transportation System ISAC Sponsors Maritime Cybersecurity Summit

MTS-ISAC and Perch Security Sponsoring 2nd Annual Event

WILMINGTON, DELEWARE, UNITED STATES, August 12, 2020 / — The Maritime Transportation System Information Sharing and Analysis Center’s (MTS-ISAC) Board of Directors approved budget to sponsor the Maritime Cybersecurity Summit. The second annual Summit will be held on November 4 – 5th in Orlando, Florida. The Maritime Cybersecurity Summit will once again bring together private and public sector organizations responsible for maritime critical infrastructure for candid conversations on a variety of maritime cybersecurity topics. Given the MTS-ISAC’s nonprofit mission focus on cybersecurity resilience thru maritime information sharing, this event is a perfect fit covering people, process, and technology best practices to manage cyber risks.

The MTS-ISAC will be the Track Sponsor for the Summit, helping to ensure a range of panel discussions and topics will be covered during the two-day event. In addition, the MTS-ISAC will be present and share a booth space with one of their trusted partners, Perch Security. Following 2019’s strong inaugural event, the theme for this year’s Summit is on effective cyber risk management and summit topics include Community Information Sharing and Monitoring for Threat Activity.

“We are really looking forward to joining our customers, partners, and industry for the second year of this summit,” said Christy Coffey, VP of Operations for the MTS-ISAC. “Given this year’s release of the Coast Guard’s NVIC 01-20, and an emphasis on cybersecurity from the Port Security Grant Program, managing cyber risk is on top of mind for critical infrastructure stakeholders across the Maritime Transportation System. This event will be a great opportunity for industry to collaborate on 2021 plans and strategies to close out the year strong.”

While this year’s event will be a hybrid to accommodate both on-site and virtual participation, the MTS-ISAC and Perch Security will co-sponsor a booth and engage stakeholders on their current challenges. Also, the MTS-ISAC's Board of Directors will hold their Annual In-Person Meeting (4th Quarter) at the Summit.

Ms. Coffey continues, “Since inception, the MTS-ISAC has strongly benefited from a wealth of maritime, partner, and DHS-shared cyber threat intelligence. In addition, our integration with Perch makes this intelligence actionable, more automated and is very popular with customers. We plan to put joint success stories on display at the Summit, and hope to see everyone on November 4th in Orlando.”

Registration for the Maritime Cybersecurity Summit is now open. Anyone interested in learning more about the MTS-ISAC, or their partnership with Perch Security, can contact the MTS-ISAC here.

The Maritime Transportation System Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MTS-ISAC) is a nonprofit that was formed by maritime critical infrastructure stakeholders to address maritime cybersecurity challenges. The MTS-ISAC promotes and facilitates maritime cybersecurity information sharing, awareness, training and collaboration efforts between private and public sector stakeholders, both within the maritime sector and across other critical infrastructure sectors. Its mission is to effectively reduce cyber risk across the entire MTS community through improved identification, protection, detection, response, and recovery efforts and act as the maritime sector's actionable cyber information sharing center of excellence. For more information, visit

About the Maritime Cybersecurity Summit
The Maritime Cybersecurity Summit offers a rare opportunity to engage with maritime industry peers and hear from a diverse group of maritime cybersecurity stakeholders from both the public and private sectors to build trusted relationships. The Summit will provide an opportunity for port authorities, owners, operators, suppliers, service providers, and public sector stakeholders to share information on their current efforts to address maritime cyber risks. For more information, please visit

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