BUT if for any reason this horse does not win as expected. You have my guarantee that I will personally send you Fridays members only information totally free of charge
I have kept the price the same, no new year price increases with AP !
Hope you are able to join me again Friend, I think we are going to clean up with this one.
In 2009, when I was thirteen years old, I wrote this in a letter to the President:
"Dear President Obama,
My dad works for a company that manufactures cables for the automotive companies … This industry isn’t doing so well but these guys are still doing ok. I thought it would be nice if you gave them a visit … I am 13 years old and I am worried about my family’s future in Michigan."
That was then. Today, the company my dad works for is thriving again, giving him a brighter outlook to continue his career as an auto supplier. The falling unemployment rate makes me feel more hopeful about finding a career of my own after college. People in Michigan are more confident about the future of our state than they’ve felt in a long time.
When President Obama saved the auto industry, he gave Michiganders like me and my family hope again.
As a 13-year-old girl, I saw a few of my relatives get laid off from the automotive companies they worked for. I felt that it was unfair to them because I knew they were hard workers. Through overhearing my dad talk to customers and colleagues on the phone, I got a sense of just how much the entire industry was struggling then.
When I wrote to President Obama in 2009, I felt hopeful something could be done to improve this terrible situation.
Seven years after the President took steps to rescue the auto industry, so much has changed. I’ve seen foreclosed homes being occupied again, new homes being built, and people going back to work in the auto industry.
CASA DO BRASIL 2016 FIRST OPEN HOUSE - FUNDRAISER EVENING
SILENT ART AUCTION, LIVE RAFFLE, ORIGINAL & REPRODUCTIONS ART SALE and more..
Venue: Saphira & Ventura Gallery - 4W 43 Street #415 NY- NY 10036 Date: Tuesday, Jan 19 2016 Time: 6-9pm
New York Contemporary Art Society (NYCS) in partnership with Casa do Brasil US are proud to celebrate MARTIN LUTHER KING and present the ART SHOW INSPIRING & CONNECTING 2016. A group art show by Brazilians,North Americans and French artists Works by: LENA MEDEIROS CHERYL APPE, DILZA ARAUJO,MARIO BURGOA, LOURENCE BURBON, ROSE DE GANAY,LEONARDO BUENO, DORIS GERALDI and RICARDO RAPOSO. Curated by ALCINDA SAPHIRA.