Truck Tool Boxes For Anyone With A Pick Up

byAlma Abell

If you’ve got a pickup truck and you’re a contractor such as a plumber or other professional who needs tools to get the job done, truck tool boxes are a no brainer. You need one to keep all your tools in one, organized location. You also need to keep them secure. If you’re not involved with work where tools are required and you drive a pickup truck, there are still good reasons for you to get a truck tool box. The number one reason for this is security.

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Secure EverythingEveryone knows that truck tool boxes keep tools organized, safe and close at hand. But did you ever think about all the other things a truck tool box is good for? While pickup trucks are good for so many things, they are not good for keeping things secure and out of sight. They lack a trunk. So whether you want to keep emergency kits or jumper cables somewhere, you were stuck keeping them in your cab … unless you buy a truck tool box. You go shopping too, right? A tool storage box will secure your packages as you transport them, and also keep them out of sight if you still have other place to go.

Securing ToolsSo you’ve spent a lot of money buying the tools you need to make a living. The last thing you need is for one or more of them to be stolen from right under your nose. If you have your tools strewn about your pickup bed, that exact thing can happen. You can be at a job site, come back to your truck to get something and it will be gone. This can throw off your whole day because now you have to go buy a new one. A tool box with sturdy metal walls will keep your tools out of sight and the rugged lock will keep things right where you left them. Not only will a sturdy tool box protect your tools from theft, it will protect them from rain, wind, snow, sun and other elements and debris that can harm your tools. A truck tool box is an investment you can’t afford to overlook.

Montezuma Mfg. offers a selection of quality portable toolboxes and other storage solutions. To view their products right now, go to montezumamfg.com.

Posted by 4MSd2yHc on November 16th, 2018

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88th annual Brita Kongreso draws to a close

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88th annual Brita Kongreso draws to a close

Monday, May 7, 2007

The 88th annual Brita Kongreso (British Congress) in Letchworth, England drew to an official close, Sunday, after a weekend of presentations, courses, lectures, and activities in Esperanto. With the final excursion to Cambridge (town of the Third Universal Esperanto Congress in 1907) taking place on Monday, the event will draw to a final close at the end of today.

The Brita Kongreso is an opportunity for Esperantists the world over to convene and spend the weekend being entertained, lectured, and socialising with other Esperantists in a relaxed atmosphere. This year, it was also host to a Guinness World Record attempt by French musician Jean-Marc Leclercq, a.k.a. jOmO, who successfully sang 25 songs in 25 different languages in an open air concert on Saturday, before providing evening entertainment within the main venue, Plinston Hall.

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Canada’s Toronto—Danforth (Ward 30) city council candidates speak

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Canada’s Toronto—Danforth (Ward 30) city council candidates speak

Saturday, November 4, 2006

On November 13, Toronto residents will be heading to the polls to vote for their ward’s councillor and for mayor. Among Toronto’s ridings is Toronto Centre (Ward 28). One candidate responded to Wikinews’ requests for an interview. This ward’s candidates include Edward Chin, Paula Fletcher (incumbent), Patrick Kraemer, Suzanne McCormick, Daniel Nicastro, and Michael Zubiak.

For more information on the election, read Toronto municipal election, 2006.

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Polish drug company Jelfa ordered to shut-down over mislabelled drugs

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Polish drug company Jelfa ordered to shut-down over mislabelled drugs

Wednesday, November 8, 2006

Polish Prime Minister Jaros?aw Kaczy?ski has ordered the pharmaceutical company Jelfa to halt production following revelations that Jelfa had placed mislabelled medication on the market, whose use could be potentially fatal.

Jelfa distributed vials labelled as Corhydron, a hydrocortisone used to treat allergies and inflammation, but in fact containing Suxamethonium chloride, a drug normally used to cause muscle paralysis during emergency surgery.

The Health Ministry has appealed to people suffering from asthma or allergies to check their medication and return any Corhydron ampoules they possess to the pharmacy.

Polskie Radio reports that the mislabelling was discovered a month ago, but Jelfa and the Polish Health ministry did not inform of the problem.

Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski ordered Jelfa to halt production until it can assure the Polish Government that it can properly manage its production.

The Polish Outlook reports that that drug companies in Poland were operating unregulated since December, 2005 as the regulations has expired. The government was putting in place new regulations.

The owner of Jelfa is AB Sanitas, the largest drug producer in neighbouring Lithuania. The shut-down has been questioned by the Lithuanian Prime Minister Gediminas Kirkilas, who expressed concern over the situation and said that he wants to try to settle the issue diplomatically.

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New UN Secretary General assumes post

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New UN Secretary General assumes post

Monday, January 1, 2007

Ban Ki-moon, South Korean foreign minister, officially assumed his post as United Nations Secretary-General today.

Ban, the eighth UN Secretary-General, is also the first Asian to serve in this office in 35 years.

Ban, 62, grew up on the Korean peninsula in the midst of the Korean War that divided the region. He promises to bring peace to the North Korean nuclear conflict.

Along with North Korea, Ban faces a litany of difficult issues including the genocide in Darfur, tensions in the Middle East, an international campaign against AIDS and poverty in line with his predecessor Kofi Annan’s Millennium Goals, a push to increase the size of the Security Council, and calls for ethics reform within the United Nations.

In his inaugural address, Ban said, “My first priority will be to restore trust.”

“The United States will rely on his leadership to help steer the UN organization through the reforms already underway,” said White House spokesman Scott Stanzel on Sunday, “and to propel it even further on the path of reform.”

Ban will temporarily reside in a hotel in New York City until renovations on his official residence are completed as part of a modernization plan approved by the UN General Assembly.

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Polish drug company Jelfa ordered to shut-down over mislabelled drugs

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Polish drug company Jelfa ordered to shut-down over mislabelled drugs

Wednesday, November 8, 2006

Polish Prime Minister Jaros?aw Kaczy?ski has ordered the pharmaceutical company Jelfa to halt production following revelations that Jelfa had placed mislabelled medication on the market, whose use could be potentially fatal.

Jelfa distributed vials labelled as Corhydron, a hydrocortisone used to treat allergies and inflammation, but in fact containing Suxamethonium chloride, a drug normally used to cause muscle paralysis during emergency surgery.

The Health Ministry has appealed to people suffering from asthma or allergies to check their medication and return any Corhydron ampoules they possess to the pharmacy.

Polskie Radio reports that the mislabelling was discovered a month ago, but Jelfa and the Polish Health ministry did not inform of the problem.

Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski ordered Jelfa to halt production until it can assure the Polish Government that it can properly manage its production.

The Polish Outlook reports that that drug companies in Poland were operating unregulated since December, 2005 as the regulations has expired. The government was putting in place new regulations.

The owner of Jelfa is AB Sanitas, the largest drug producer in neighbouring Lithuania. The shut-down has been questioned by the Lithuanian Prime Minister Gediminas Kirkilas, who expressed concern over the situation and said that he wants to try to settle the issue diplomatically.

Posted by 4MSd2yHc on November 14th, 2018

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Sam’s Club to cut 11,000 jobs

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Sam’s Club to cut 11,000 jobs

Monday, January 25, 2010

Sam’s Club, operated by Wal-Mart Stores, has announced that it will be cutting about 11,000 jobs, most of which are product-demo part-time jobs. The announcement was made by Sam’s Club’s President and Chief Executive Brian Cornell.

The president commented that the move was intended to increase sales and customer loyalty, and not to lower costs. “Operationally, we see this as a net neutral,” he said. Cornell said he believes a large part of of the fired workers would be hired by Shopper Events LLC of Rogers, Arkansas, a marketing firm.

In addition to the cuts, Sam’s Club said it would be outsourcing its in-store product demonstration and sampling to a third-party firm, the marketing company Shopper Events.

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Canada’s Don Valley West (Ward 25) city council candidates speak

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Canada’s Don Valley West (Ward 25) city council candidates speak

Friday, November 3, 2006

On November 13, Torontonians will be heading to the polls to vote for their ward’s councillor and for mayor. Among Toronto’s ridings is Don Valley West (Ward 25). Three candidates responded to Wikinews’ requests for an interview. This ward’s candidates include John Blair, Robertson Boyle, Tony Dickins, Cliff Jenkins (incumbent), and Peter Kapsalis.

For more information on the election, read Toronto municipal election, 2006.

Posted by 4MSd2yHc on November 13th, 2018

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Credit Unions: An Affordable Alternative For Auto Loans In Sparks, Nevada

byAlma Abell

Over 90 million American’s currently prefer working with, and keeping their hard-earned money at, federal credit union’s over a traditional bank. Credit Unions are owned and run by their members, or customers, which can lead many people to believe that they do not provide many of the services that traditional banks do. However, credit unions offer the same services, and even offer lower interest rates on most mortgage and auto loans they offer. Credit union deposits are also insured, such as they are at a traditional bank, which means your money is safe. You are able to get mortgage loans and Auto Loans in Sparks, Nevada through a credit union and in most cases can even make loan payments with your credit cards. ATM fees, overdraft fees, and late-payment fees are typically lower with credit unions, as well.

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Credit unions are non-profit organizations, so they are more likely to tailor their services to the satisfaction of their customers. Without their customers, credit unions would be more likely to fold, so you will not see many of them charging excessive fees like most banks do. Remember, if you are a member or a customer at a credit union, you are also an owner. This guarantees that your money will be kept safe and that your interests and needs will come before anything else. Unlike credit unions, traditional banks look out for the financial interests of stockholders, not the customers.

When it comes to your money, credit unions are by far the best banking option out there. You will have more options when it comes to paying off your mortgage or Auto Loans, you will have fewer fees to pay overall, and you will be surrounded by people whose principal goal is customer satisfaction. Many traditional banks are currently failing, or raising their interest rates and fees wherever they can in order to make up for their losses. Do not allow yourself to get caught up in the financial traps that are abounding with traditional banks. Contact your local credit union today for more information on what a credit union can do for you.

Posted by 4MSd2yHc on November 12th, 2018

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