Motorcycle rider dies after hitting cow

first_imgA Vidor man riding a motorcycle was killed Wednesday night when he collided with a black cow in the roadway on FM 2802 in Orange County.At approximately 11 p.m. Wednesday, the Texas Department of Public Safety was notified of a motorcycle crash approximately three miles south of Vidor. Next UpA 1993 Harley Davidson motorcycle was traveling westbound on FM 2802 when it struck a black cow in the roadway.The driver, Robert George Cahill, 48, of Vidor, Texas was pronounced dead at the scene by Dr. Robby Eaves.  Cahill was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash. This is an ongoing crash investigation and there are no further details to be released.center_img The cow also died at the crash scene.last_img read more

Velocity Retail reports recent transactions

first_imgLaser Away Centers will be opening their 2nd location in Arizona at the northeast corner of Camelback Road and 44th Street in Phoenix. Judi Butterworth of Velocity Retail Group negotiated the five-year lease of 1,259 square feet on behalf of the tenant. The landlord, Camelback & 44th OPCO, LLC was represented by Joe Hoye of Westwood Financial Corporation. The new location will open in the 3rd quarter of this year. Velocity Retail Group, LLC announces that Carter’s Retail, Inc. will be opening a 3,483 square foot store this summer at Yuma Palms Regional Center at the northeast corner of Interstate 8 and 16th Street in Yuma, AZ. Dave Cheatham of Velocity Retail Group represented Carter’s in the 10-year lease transaction. The landlord, Inland Continental Property Management Corp. was represented by Joe Doucette of GDCRE. Larry Miller and John Jackson of Velocity Retail Group represented CrossFit Magna in a 11,704 square location in the Village Center located at the northwest corner of Cactus Road and Paradise Village Parkway in Phoenix, Arizona. The landlord is Phillips Edison & Company. The tenant is currently in the trade area and is doubling their store size with this new location. They are expected to open by August 1st. Nick Ault and Judi Butterworth of Velocity Retail Group represented Edwards Hollywood, LLC in the lease of a 6,005 square foot former Hollywood Video space at the northwest corner of Camelback and 95th Avenue to Integrity Staffing Solutions, Inc. The tenant was represented by Adam Hood of Colliers International in the three-year lease transaction. The new location is planning on opening in July. Nick Ault of Velocity Retail Group represented Carmel Cleaners in a 5-year lease for 2,200 square feet at the southeast corner of Pinnacle Peak and Scottsdale Roads. The landlord was represented by Ryan Amato of Eisenberg Companies. This will be the 3rd location for this tenant and they are expected to open in the first quarter of 2015. Larry Miller and John Jackson of Velocity Retail Group represented CompassQuote Insurance in a 1,028 square location at the northeast corner of Pinnacle Peak and Pima Roads in Scottsdale, Arizona. The landlord, La Mirada Shopping Center was represented by Jennifer Eggert of Zell Commercial. This is the first location for this tenant and they are currently open for business.last_img read more

Magnet Gaming launches with Microgaming’s Quickfire

first_img Related Articles Submit Romania’s ONJN adds 20 sites to blacklist August 14, 2020 Slots provider Magnet Gaming has teamed up with Microgaming to distribute its content to operators via the Quickfire platform.The terms of the agreement will see all 12 of the Danish provider’s slots made available to Quickfire’s extensive catalogue of international casino brands live in regulated markets around the world.Among the games distributed will be the company’s latest releases Space Gems, Candy Kingdom, and Vikings.Magnet’s Head of Game Licensing, Thomas Nielsen, said the deal marked an important milestone at the start of 2016.Nielsen said of the agreement: “We have partnerships with the leading brands in our native Danish market, but securing similar deals with their international counterparts will take us to the next level.”He added: “We’re really excited about working with such a well-established and much-respected platform like Quickfire. It will undoubtedly be a game changer for us.”Tom Chamberlain, MicrogamingTom Chamberlain, Head of Quickfire at Microgaming, said: “Intent on continuing to deliver the most sophisticated gaming platform to the industry, as well as the best content, Magnet Gaming is a welcome addition to Quickfire. We have been impressed with the quality of their games and their focus on HTML5 build.”Founded in 2014, Magnet Gaming develop attractive slot machines in HTML5 that are designed to deliver a great gaming experience on multiple devices.Magnet Gaming will be showcasing its games at ICE Totally Gaming this week on stand N6-210. Share Alberto Alfieri: Leading the way for Gamingtec’s B2C growth August 25, 2020 Sweden: Soft2Bet CEO Chaikin on prospering in igaming’s brave new world August 18, 2020 StumbleUpon Sharelast_img read more