MovieTowne is a privately owned Cineplex chain in Trinidad and Tobago, headquartered in the city of Port of Spain. It is the nations largest cinema chain with four locations throughout the country: Port of Spain, Chaguanas, San Fernando, and Lowlands. A new development is currently being worked on and is scheduled to open in Guyana in 2018, the first location outside of Trinidad and Tobago. MovieTowne was founded in November 2002 by local entrepreneur Derek Chin with support from three other businessmen, Ernesto Abraham, Pierpont Scott and Winfield Scott who all sit on the Companys Board. In MovieTowne complexes usually contain shops and restaurants, the latter often an international chain of outlets like ruby Tuesday or Texas de Brazil. The complex is open 7 days a week and is open 363 days a year.
The FullSIX Group is an independent European marketing group. Founded in Paris by Marco Tinelli in 1998 under the name Grey Interactive, over the past 15 years the digital agency has become an integrated communications group composed of 20 agencies around Europe and in 8 different countries FullSIX group has 10 Agency networks: FullSIX, Grand Union, Ekino, FullSIX advertising, FullSIX media, FullSIX data, FullSIX search, FullSIX retail, FullBooster and Novalem. In September 2015, FullSIX group acquired Havas in the deal worth $75 million prior To joining the Havas group - FullSIX was the largest independent digital agencies in France.
Fullrate A/is a Danish Telecom company. Founded in 2005, by five former top-employees of Danish competitor Cybercity. Fullrate was founded after Cybercitys acquisition by Norway-based Telenor. Fullrate offers Internet access and phone services, to customers all over Denmark. Uses ADSL2 technology with the application of technology M for low speed service that allows you to download bandwidth up to 20Mbit / S and download bandwidth to 2 Mbit / s For the speed moreover, the VDSL2 technology is used. Currently full provides download of up to 40 Mbps and 8 Mbps upload speed.
BSA LifeStructures is an architectural and engineering firm headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. The firm has seven regional offices in the United States that include: Austin, Texas, Denver, Colorado, St. Louis, Missouri, Indianapolis, Indiana, Raleigh, North Carolina and Kansas City, Kansas. It has one affiliate company, LifeStructures Technology.
MovieStop was a retailer of new and used movies and related merchandise. It was founded in 2004 as a division of GameStop. GameStop spun off MovieStop to private owners in 2012. In November 2014 MovieStop was purchased by Draw Another Circle LLC, the parent company of Hastings Entertainment. The company website was folded into GoHastings.com the next year. As of November 2014, MovieStop operated 44 stores in 10 U.S. states.
In partnership with Poqet Computer Corporation, Fujitsu launched the world’s first hand-held, one-pound, IBM/PC-XT-compatible computer in 1989. Fujitsu launched its first single-spindle convertible Tablet PC, the Lifebook T3000 Series, in October 2003. The Lifebook T3010 was an important launching pad for Fujitsu’s present-day tablet PCs.
Lifebuilder is a UK registered charity which works with the poorest Punjabi communities in India. Charity originally created from the family trust family Khangura. Charity in its current form was launched in November 2003, however, the Agency fundraising in the UK was not opened until 2010. Lifebuilder was originally established by a member of the Legislative Assembly, India, at jassi Khangura
Thats It, I Quit, Im Movin On
Thats It - I Quit - Im Movin On is a song recorded by American singer Sam Cooke, released on February 14, 1961 by RCA Victor. Produced by Hugo & Luigi and arranged and conducted by Sammy Lowe, the song was a top 30 hit on Billboard s Hot R&,B Sides chart and the Billboard Hot 100.
Thats All She Wrote (Jerry Fuller song)
"Thats All She Wrote" is a country song written by Jerry Fuller. It was recorded in 1964 by Ernest Tubb on his album Thanks a Lot. In 1976 it was a No.34 single for Ray Price. The song has been covered by various other artists including Johnny Mathis on Feelings, and by T. G. Sheppard in 1978.