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To make the most of its online marketing efforts, A-Ok Appliance Parts & Service is working with the Internet advertising professionals at Prospect Genius to develop and implement this new site and lead generation campaign.
Hosted in multiple SAS 70-certified, PCI DSS-compliant data centers, Arcot A-OK ([1]http://www.
It seems every radio station calls us up and wants a remote broadcast," said Brent Kennedy, a partner in A-OK.
Sirico told Stossel that it's A-OK for companies to jettison workers in pursuit of profits.
I felt good about VHS, but I didn't feel the same way about HDTV: If it was going to be A-OK for ABC, somebody was going to have to prove it to me before I committed my clients' capital.
With Shriver, as with NASA's senior officials, the conviction that everything was A-OK was fortified by skillful public relations.
Commented inventor and company CEO Nathan Cohen "We want people to know those statements are truthful, and are A-OK, but we won't be commenting publicly until we can give the public interest the proper attention.
Text invites are A-OK for everyday gatherings, but we heart paper for proper parties.
com)-- An innovative new product designed to instantaneously provide its users with a necessary accessory to place a variety of items, the A-OK Auto Desk, has been developed by Otto Kuhlmann of Wiggins, Colorado.
AVB's team has been more than A-OK this campaign and OF THE Tottenham's wonderful start has been sparked by shrewd signings and a clever squad rotation system.
If your neighbor wants to grow your organic cotton for you inside a greenhouse, A-OK.
I feel A-OK and hopefully I will be back at work soon," he said.