The People Vote: TJ Maxx Is The Best Place For Last-Minute Gift Ideas
News from Patch.com:
It’s TJ Maxx – the store with clothes, purses, luggage, jewelry, scarves, kid’s items, men’s items, toys, housewares, stationery, lamps, lingerie, shoes, bath items and so much more that readers’ chose as “the place to pick-up a last minute gift.”
Coming in second place were the shops at Clinton Crossing, third place was Encore, and fourth place was Goodwill.
Thank you to all who took part in the voting.
If you are an owner or manager of one of these businesses, please remember to “claim your listing.” And if you are a favorite customer, please “rate” the business as well.
To find out who won the Readers’ Choice “Best Breakfast” poll, click here. To find out who won the “Best Family-Friendly Restaurant” click here.
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IndyCar: Crash expert wants to eliminate fence posts
News from AutoWeek:
By: Brant James on March 9, 2012
LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC – An overhead view of Texas Motor Speedway. According to Dr. Dean Sicking, having poles in or around netting could be dangerous for drivers.
Dr. Dean Sicking’s career spent preventing the injury and death of race car drivers has earned him a major say in motorsports safety matters—and in the debate between the Izod IndyCar Series, its drivers and Texas Motor Speedway president Eddie Gossage about the positioning of the track’s catch-fence poles, Sicking told Autoweek in an email he “cannot say that having the posts in front of the wire [as they are at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and Texas Motor Speedway] was a major safety issue. It is a bigger problem than having the posts behind the netting, but not much.”
The positioning of poles has become an issue since the death of driver Dan Wheldon at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, which, like TMS, has support-poles located inside the mesh. Wheldon perished as a result of a head injury caused by contact with a pole, though an IndyCar report noted that positioning of the po…………… continues on AutoWeek
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