VegasHotelEscapes.com Announces 30-50% Off Las Vegas Hotels For Fathers Day Weekend


Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) June 14, 2013

Vegas Hotel Escapes, the top Las Vegas travel agency, is pleased to announce hotel packages for this weekend – Fathers day. Those traveling to Las Vegas will be pleased to how affrdable it is thanks to Vegas Hotel Escapes.

Vegas Hotel Escapes is offering anywhere from 30% to 50% off normal pricing at premium hotels, such as: Trump, Wynn, LVH, Hard Rock, Harrah’s, Elara, Mandarin Oriental, Palms and Palms Place.

VegasHotelEscapes.com is pleased to offer the absolute lowest prices possible on vacation packages to Las Vegas. Vegas Hotel Escapes is America’s premier travel agency that helps consumers book a Las Vegas Hotel Packages at affordable rates.

About Vegas Hotel Escapes

Vegas Hotel Escapes is more than a travel agent. The proprietors of Vegas Hotel Escapes have spent years in Las Vegas, perfecting travel packages and creating spectacular vacations for travelers. Vegas Hotel Escapes specializes in creating VIP style vacations, with all the savings possible







Napa drug agents report seizing pound of crystal meth

Napa drug agents report seizing pound of crystal meth
The NSIB agents, along with officers from the California Highway Patrol, made contact with the three suspects in a commercial parking lot. A search of the suspects' two vehicles resulted in the seizure of about one pound of meth and $ 1,400 in drug …
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Agents Pull 15000 Pot Plants In Sierra National Forest
OAKHURST, Madera County (CBS / AP) — Agents in Madera County have eradicated nearly 15,000 marijuana plants on two grow sites in the Sierra National Forest. Madera County Sheriff's spokeswoman Erica Stuart said the Madera County Narcotic …
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Agents Pessimistic About Telematics/UBI Impact
Insurers and agents have diverging views about the impact of telematics and usage based insurance (UBI), and agents are decidedly more pessimistic, according to “Telematics/Usage-Based Insurance: Implications for Agents,” a research brief from Strategy …
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Las Vegas Real Estate Agent, Jared W Jones, Comments on Recent Trends in the Las Vegas Housing Market

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) June 07, 2013

Jared Jones, Nevadas number one selling real estate agent by volume, has some advice for those currently in the Las Vegas housing market: Now is the time to sell, and buyers had better be prepared!

According to Jones, even with the uptick in home sales across the nation, Nevadas foreclosure rates remained one of the worst as banks started the foreclosure process on one in 320 homes. He said, What might at first seem like bad news is actually welcome news to homeowners looking to sell. Currently the Las Vegas market is a sellers market, with the average home price skyrocketing 25% over the past 14 months. Housing inventory is so low that it led Jones to recently proclaim, If we stopped listing homes, we would run out of inventory in just 1 month at the current pace of buying.

How can a market with the second highest foreclosure filing rate in the nation and the second highest mortgage delinquency rate in the nation have no housing available? According to Jones there are a few reasons. In the current Las Vegas housing market, and across Nevada, foreclosure starts do not necessarily constitute foreclosure finishes. Low inventory coupled with the fact that large Wall Street hedge funds like Blackstone Group have now arrived in Las Vegas for Buy to Rent buying sprees, is currently making Las Vegas a tough place to buy a home. This situation is music to the home owners ears after the past several years, and what really makes the current market great for sellers is that the median household income is $ 53,000. This causes the majority of the market to buy under the $ 225,000 price point, which is exactly where most of the buy to rent hedge funds are looking.

Whats great for sellers is discouraging for buyers who are competing with Wall Street brokers. This past week, I added a home into the multiple listing service in the under $ 200,000 price range, and had 2 cash offers in less than 30 minutes of submitting the listing on the market! says Jones. Jones tells his agents that when dealing with buyers they almost have to become motivational speakers to keep up the spirits of those individuals who spent years unable to buy a home and now cant compete in a hot market.

Jones doesnt think buyers should get completely discouraged. There are things buyers can do to prepare themselves to succeed in this type of market. According to Jones, buyers will want to focus on saving. Additionally, Jones recommends coming in aggressively on a written offer. It goes against everything in us as buyers but remember this in a market that is jumping in price very rapidly, time is not a buyers friend. The more you wait, the more you pay so its important to love the house, but be aggressive enough to get it.

Jones also has a cautionary note for sellers, Pitfalls await sellers, even in the current market. Sellers may think they have a huge equity check on their home, and then the appraiser shows up. Sellers make the mistake of thinking that its over just because there is a number on paper, and nothing could be further from the truth. The offer isnt good until its backed up by the banks financing. Their qualifying of the property itself and the value must be considered in advance, or else sellers could get far less than they bargained for.

For a free over the phone or in home consultation to learn what a home would sell for, please call Jared directly at 702-496-5000. Not ready to call? Get a Free Report called 7 Critical Mistakes that Home Sellers Make that Are Completely Preventable.

ABOUT JARED JONES

Jared Jones has been the #1 selling real estate agent by volume in Nevada since 2010. He is the CEO of Horizon Realty with locations in Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada. For those who want to do a bit more research, visit http://www.JaredJonesRE.com.

Contact Jared Jones at 702-496-5000







New Option for Thermoelectrically Cooled Electronic Enclosures Makes Washdowns Fast and Easy


Warminster, PA (PRWEB) June 05, 2013

EIC Solutions, Inc., a leading manufacturer of thermoelectric air conditioners, electronic enclosures and transit cases, has announced the new M74 clean out modification option which facilitates washdown of thermoelectric coolers mounted to electronic enclosures. The M74 option was application-driven arising from suggestions received from customers in food processing, and other process industries requiring frequent rinsing or washing of equipment. By making washdown faster and easier, the clean out modification helps minimize downtime and helps promote consistent production rates.

In food processing, periodic washdowns are required to meet various regulations and laws. The same applies to many medial, laboratory and clean room applications. Electrical wires and electronic gear used in these processes are enclosed to protect them from liquids and cleaning agents. The enclosures are then subject to washdown regulations. During both manufacturing and washdown procedures, liquid and debris may find their way into the openings in the thermoelectric air conditioner covers. The openings are machined into the cooler panels to create space for fans and to permit adequate air circulation. A thorough washdown may or may completely not flush out the openings.

Removing the air conditioner covers used to require the use of screwdrivers, wrenches or other tools. Additionally, hardwired electrical connections to fans had to be cut which took time and made for tedious reinstallation of the covers. EIC’s clean out modification option eliminates the need for tools when removing the covers for cleaning. This simplifies and expedites washdown procedures and also speeds up the process of reinstalling the covers which means less production downtime.

“To remove the hot side or outside cover of an EIC thermoelectric cooling unit the operator simply loosens a few acorn nuts by hand,” said Josh Liegel, EIC senior sales engineer. “The electrical leads are fitted with quick disconnects so the cover can be completely removed very quickly — in a fraction of the amount of time it used to take.” Liegel said the internal portion of the air conditioner’s hot-side may then be power washed assuring the removal of clinging debris. Liegel explained that a more thorough cleaning is achieved through removal of the fans which are rated for moisture resistance and are not adversely affected by washdowns.

Made in the USA, EIC electronic enclosures protect electronics and equipment from environmental factors such as liquids/moisture, dust, oils, chemicals, temperature swings, corrosion, vibration and more. A variety of cabinet styles house electrical controls, cameras, telecommunications equipment, surveillance devices and security equipment. Additionally, rack-mount models accommodate single or multiple 19-inch rack-mount gear such as DVRs, servers, routers, modems, switches, amplifiers and network gear.

EIC enclosures are suitable for wall-, pole- or floor-mounted applications. The enclosures are for indoor or outdoor use and are built to NEMA standards, available in NEMA 12/4 configurations. The weather-tight cabinets feature rugged, powder coated steel construction and may be fitted with a wide range of options such as thermoelectric air conditioners, heaters, digital temperature controls, rain shrouds and tamper resistant packages.

For more information about EIC electronic enclosures designed for rapid washdown procedures please contact EIC Solutions, Inc., 700 Veterans Way Ste. 200, Warminster, PA 18974 USA. Phone: 215-443-5190. Fax: 215-443-9564. email: info(at)eicsolutions(dot)com. Or visit the EIC web site at http://www.eicsolutions.com.

About EIC Solutions, Inc.

EIC Solutions, Inc., is a leading global provider of cooling and protection solutions for electronics and equipment. Since 1988, EIC has specialized in the design and manufacture of thermoelectric cooling systems for a wide range of applications in many markets including industrial, commercial, military and defense, security and surveillance, oil and gas and infrastructure markets. EIC thermoelectric air conditioners, air conditioned enclosures and air conditioned transit cases meet application requirements for housing and cooling electronics and equipment — both stationary and mobile — in harsh indoor as well as outdoor environments. In addition to pre-packaged solutions, EIC can create custom engineered products designed to meet unique application needs. Flexible production capabilities enable EIC to provide standard and custom solutions for orders ranging from a single piece up to large-scale production rollouts. EIC’s customers include Fortune 100 companies, all branches of the military and government agencies.







Prominent Texas lawyer allegedly double-crossed U.S. drug agents, now faces

Prominent Texas lawyer allegedly double-crossed U.S. drug agents, now faces
He seemed to do everything extremely well, until he allegedly made a colossal mistake — double-crossing U.S. drug agents while working as a confidential informant. Far from pleased, the feds threw the book at him in two indictments handed down in the …
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After Weeks of Abuse, IRS Agents Get Chance for Payback
Suppose you are an IRS agent who targeted Tea Party groups, sending them nastygrams that strongly suggested you thought that they weren't just some Constitution-loving citizens, but rather liars who were just funneling money from well-heeled corporate …
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AT agents to come under lens
BHUBANESWAR: After AT Group's top bosses, police have now decided to turn the heat on agents, who lured gullible investors and collected huge amounts. Police sources said AT Group agents were getting the highest commission, nearly 40%, compared to …
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