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Kmart® duplica los ahorros al comprar temprano con dos eventos de rebajas antes del Viernes Negro HOFFMAN ESTATES, Illinois, 14 de noviembre de 2014 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- Antes del Viernes Negro –el feriado "oficial" para los que adoran comprar y ahorrar– Kmart está ofreciendo a los miembros de Shop Your Way más formas de recibir excelentes ofertas no solo en uno, sino en dos eventos adelantados de descuentos. Los miembros pueden ver ofertas exclusivas de apertura del Viernes Negro, en Internet cinco días antes este año, durante la preventa en línea de Kmart el 22 y el 23 de noviembre. Además, los clientes pueden empezar a comprar bien temprano en las tiendas, a las 6 a.m. el Día de Acción de Gracias, durante tres días de rebajas de apertura. "Planear con antelación, comprar temprano y saber dónde conseguir las mejores ofertas son formas simples de evitar gastos innecesarios durante las fiestas", dijo Andrea Woroch, analista de tendencias del consumidor y experta en ahorro, reconocida nacionalmente. "Los compradores pueden encontrar algunas de las marcas más codiciadas y regalos de moda a asombrosos precios de rebaja este año en minoristas como Kmart, para al final ahorrar más y recibir más"*. Según la National Retail Federation (Federación Nacional de Ventas al Detalle), casi las tres cuartas partes de los consumidores dicen que los descuentos en los precios influirán en su decisión de comprar en un establecimiento en particular**. Las ofertas de apertura del Viernes Negro en Kmart incluyen las marcas más populares –muchas exclusivas de Kmart– en todo, desde ropa hasta herramientas, decoración para el hogar y equipos electrónicos. Las ofertas más codiciadas de Kmart son: Ofertas de preventa en línea de Kmart solo para miembros, empezando a las 12:00 p.m. del 22 de noviembre hasta las 11:59 p.m. de 23 de…

American Humane Association

14 Nov 2014
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American Humane Association, CEOs Of Major Food Organizations, Animal Welfare Pioneers, And Top Chefs Go To Capitol Hill To Urge Americans To Set A Humane Table For The Holidays And Support Humane Farm Practices WASHINGTON, Nov. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- America loves Thanksgiving – the holiday that celebrates American traditions, family togetherness and gratitude for the unparalleled bounty of our great nation. As Thanksgiving approaches this year, American Humane Association went to Capitol Hill to urge Americans to set a humane table for the holidays and support humane farm practices. Joined by the CEOs and leaders of major organizations involved in food production, as well as small, medium and large farmers and producers who have committed to raising animals humanely, one of America's most recognized award-winning top chefs, and some of the nation's foremost animal welfare pioneers, "The Humane Table" congressional briefing celebrated and gave thanks to American farmers and ranchers who not only put food on our families' tables, but who work to put the "heart" in "heartland" by providing food that is safe, abundant, affordable and humanely raised under ethical, commonsense and scientifically demonstrated standards. American Humane Association also released the "2014 Humane Heartland Farm Animal Survey" of nearly 6,000 Americans, showing overwhelming support for humanely raised foods (results below). "In America, we have much for which to give thanks, including the unparalleled bounty of our great nation," said Dr. Robin Ganzert, president and CEO of American Humane Association. "As Thanksgiving approaches this year, we want to recognize and thank those enlightened farmers and ranchers who feed our families and do it in a way that is in line with our values of compassion and caring. Despite their invaluable work of feeding the world, farmers often get criticism when things go wrong and too rarely get praise for…
GREENBELT, Md., Nov. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- From our home planet to the far reaches of space, NASA will highlight science and engineering mission advances enabled by agency supercomputers at SC14, the international supercomputing conference, Nov. 16-21, 2014 in New Orleans. Inside the NASA exhibit at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center at 900 Convention Center Boulevard, presenters will unveil on a 10-foot-wide hyperwall stunning new high-definition movies showing: -- Unprecedented global maps of the ocean and sea-ice incorporating four years of observational data to address questions such as how our ocean takes up and releases heat; -- A massive two-year "Nature Run" simulating Earth's weather at local scales much finer than the highest-resolution global weather models that will help NASA design new satellite instruments; -- Computational analysis supporting acoustic testing to ensure a safe lift-off for the Space Launch System, NASA's next heavy-lift rocket for deep space exploration; and -- The most realistic galaxy simulations ever produced, giving us a better understanding of cosmic mysteries including how dark matter behaves and how black holes evolve. At SC14, NASA technology experts will also discuss upgrades to its two leading supercomputers. The NASA Center for Climate Simulation (NCCS), located at the agency's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland, is doubling the capability of its Discover supercomputer by installing SGI® Rackable® clusters using 14-core Intel E5-2697v3 (Haswell) processors--with a total of 47,040 new cores. By year's end, Discover will have 62,400 cores and a peak performance of more than 2.6 quadrillion floating-point operations per second (petaflops). The new cores will primarily support NASA efforts to assess the credibility of downscaled climate projections, which use the results from global climate models to drive higher-resolution regional models. The NASA Advanced Supercomputing (NAS) Division at NASA's Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California, is home to…

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