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“Text it, Wreck it” Don’t do it...ITS A NEW TREND!

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“Text it, Wreck it” Don’t do it...ITS A NEW TREND! Thanks for supporting our public awareness campaign, “Text it, Wreck it,” as we continue to bring attention to serious road-safety problems in effort to counteract the dangerous practice of texting-while-driving. There are more than 100,000 accidents each a year causing individuals to be injured and in many instances causes death, due to texting and driving- and we care so much that we don’t want you to be in that statistic.

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“No text is worth dying. Our goal of this campaign is to prevent accidents,” says Aaron Robinson – Founder/ Editor of Consciousness Magazine. “We thought that this would be…

Mall Manager at Northfield Square Mall Slurs Racist Remarks toward Local Restaurant, Grandma Kat’s

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Mall Manager at Northfield Square Mall Slurs Racist Remarks toward Local Restaurant, Grandma Kat’s What makes customers feel welcomed and valued? This is definitely a question that I can easily answer after being a guest multiple times at Grandma Kat’s, auniquerestaurant located in Northfield Square Mall, in Bourbonnais, Illinois. Terry Keigher, owner of Grandma Kat’s ensures that every customer feels like an honored guest, giving genuine, sincere attention to every single individual. My first encounter with Mr. Keigher occurred one day as my mother and I were shopping at Northfield Square Mall. We strolled by Grandma Kat’s and was immediately called out with a warm greeting and invited to a free bowl of Southwestern Soup and a tasty cold glass of Watermelon Lemonade. Not being pressed for time, we accepted his offer. As Mr. Keigher seated us, he was genuinely friendly, authentic, caring and made us feel like we were visiting him at his home, not at his workplace. The soup…