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July 2013
The Region’s Business Publication
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The 2013-14 Sea-son at the NiswongerPerforming ArtsCenter has alreadyproven to be in de-mand. With popu-lar names includingTrace Adkins, KelliePickler, Dave Koz,Michael W. Smith and Broadway’s West Side Story just to name a few,selling out events is certain to be a reality. The Niswonger PerformingArts Center extends an opportunity to purchase tickets in advance of the standard 90 day event ticket release date. Buyers can bundle 3 ormore events and receive the following benets: Advanced TicketingOptions (rst chance at Premier Concert Event tickets for Trace Ad-kins), Priority Seating Selection and 10-20% ticket discount on seasonevents.Being a savvy ticket buyer is easy. When 3-5 events are bundled,a 10% discount is applied to the ticket face value. A 15% discount isapplied when 6 or more events are selected. The season is so powerpacked, choosing a Select Series may be too limiting. The Grand Se-ries includes 19 season events at a 20% discount. By bundling justthree events, ticket buyers gain access to tickets for the Premier Con-cert Event, Trace Adkins. A discount does not apply to Trace Adkinstickets.Select Series buyers, or anyone who bundles 3 or more events, canmake their purchase beginningWednesday, June 26 at noon. The BoxOfce will begin taking orders in person or by phone419-238-6722(NPAC). Select Series & Grand Series ticket purchases with advanceaccess to Trace Adkins tickets must be done through the Box Ofce at10700 State Route 118 S or 419-238-6722(NPAC). Event informationis provided on the website www.npacvw.org. Any single event tickets,if still available, go on sale approximately 90 days prior to the event.Don’t miss the amazement of this season. Purchase early to guaran-tee a seat at the Niswonger, where inspiration is alive!
Mercer Health’s commitment to providing quality,state-of-the-art healthcare to the local community hasbeen reinforced with the implementation of a new Digi-tial Radiology exam room and Siemens Ysio digital ra-diography system. Mercer Health was the first to offerdigital radiology in the local area and continues to bethe only provider in West Central Ohio offering an inhouse Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) unit with anextra large opening (open bore) providing more roomand comfort to patients up to 550 pounds.Lynn Kahlig, Radiology Technician at MercerHealth states, “The new space and equipment allows forsignificant reduction in patient examination and waitingtimes with images available in less than 10 seconds. Inaddition to being faster and more efficient the qualityof images is better all resulting in a quicker and betterdiagnosis.”Unlike traditional X-ray imaging, digital radiogra-phy uses digital x-ray sensors instead of traditional ra-diographic film or computerized radiography systems,allowing for quicker turnaround time. Furthermore, lessradiation can be used to produce a high quality image.Kahlig continues, “The new digital radiographyroom is strategically located near the emergency roomas well as the Cat Scan and MRI units allowing trau-ma patients requiring multiple studies to be imaged asquickly and efficiently as possible.”Mercer Health’s Radiology Department is accred-ited by the American College of Radiology in MRI, CTScanning, Nuclear Medicine and Mammography – as-suring quality care for patients.
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Wannemacher Total Logisticsannouncespromotions
Sally (Bash) Buchholz was recentlynamed Director of Quality for Wannem-acher Packaging.Among other duties, Buchholz willbe responsible for developing and im-plementing the operational food safetyprocesses necessary to obtain SQF Lev-el III certifications for Wannemacherfacilities. The Liquid Fill plant in VanWert is already SQF Level III certified.Wannemacher’s recently acquired Mid-west Spray Drying facility in Upper San-dusky is slated for upgrades in the nearfuture.Prior to being hired by Wannemacher,Buchholz held the position of Directorof Quality for Lima’s Kettle Creationswhich was recently purchased by BEFFoods. She was also Vice Presidentof Quality for Golden Heritage Foodswhich had plants in Van Wert and Hill-sboro, Kansas.Buchholz is a native of Paulding,Ohio and is currently a resident of Ot-tawa.Wannemacher Packaging is a divi-sion of Wannemacher Total Logistics.WTL was founded in 1991 and includesfreight logistics, distribution services,warehousing, contract packaging, liquidfilling, spray drying, and transportation.Thomas Eachus recently joinedWannemacher Total Logistics as SalesRepresentative.Eachus will be responsible for re-sponsible for prospecting, developingand selling the full gamut of Wannem-acher’s services and products.Eachus’ sales background includesthe position of Regional Account Repre-sentative for The Wasserstrom Compa-ny, a food service supply retailer basedin Columbus. Eachus also has held salespositions for Cooper Tire and KitchenMaid Cabinets.Eachus is married, the father of threechildren and a rsident of Bluffton.Wannemacher Total Logistics wasfounded in 1991 and includes freight lo-gistics, distribution services, warehous-ing, contract packaging, liquid filling,spray drying, and transportation.
July 2013
of West Central Ohio
Volume 22, No. 7Publisher: Donald R. HempleContributing WritersJeffrey Gitomer  Advertising: Donald R. Hemple
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Vacation season is upon us, and manyare already making plans for that big get-away to some far-off exotic destination, aplace to recharge our batteries. We all needa place to get in some serious relaxation be-fore returning to the workday life.Relaxation is the key word here. Youneed to feel that the home place is safe andsecure, or you will be worried about break-ins, fires, floods, etc.There are a lot of precautions you cantake to ease your mind while away, eitherabout your home or about your own per-sonal security.Here are some suggestions that might
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make the trip more enjoyable and as worry-free as it can get:1. Do the obvious: Stop mail and paperdelivery. Nothing tips off a burglar quickerthan newspapers piled by the house andmail stuffed in the mailbox. You can ar-range to pick up your mail at the post officewhen you get back.2. If you have a home-security system,make sure it is working and turned on be-fore you leave. This is a major deterrent formost crooks.3. If at all possible, get a house sitter,especially if you are going to be gone morethan a few days. It is important to makeyour home looked “lived in,” and a personcoming and going will be noticed by any-one looking for a break-in opportunity.4. While light timers are a good thing,if you are out of town more than a week orso, it becomes obvious to any crook with amodicum of sense that no one is home.5. Before you leave, go to your bank orcall your credit card vendor and tell themwhere you are going and when you will beback. This can save you a great deal of an-guish and downright panic. Credit card is-suers monitor the use of that piece of plas-tic, and if it shows up outside your normalbuying area, a red flag goes up. They couldfreeze the card, and your purchases couldbe denied.6. Be secure in your hotel or other ac-commodations. Never leave valuables inyour room. The dishonest know where tolook, so hiding them does not help. If theroom has a personal safe, use it. If not,leave valuables you are not taking withyou at the desk, and get a receipt.7. Rental cars are a necessity in this eraof air travel. Before you leave, make sureyour car insurer has you covered. This cansave you from buying extra insurance fromthe rental agency. Make sure you under-stand the terms of the contract before yousign and not just blow it off in your hurry toget out of the airport.8. Check out the condition of the carthoroughly before you sign. Make surethere are no undisclosed dents, bumps,scrapes or cigarette burns in the seats.9. Use sunscreen.10. Count your kids as they get on theplane, and count again when you leave.Don’t laugh; it can happen just like in“Home Alone.” I know someone who lefta child at a rest stop on the interstate anddrove many miles before anyone noticed!Hasta la Vista!
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