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By The Numbers: Week 3, 2017

Week 2 most definitely didn’t go as I expected. Starting off slow again, the Packers went from a 7-7 tie vs. the Falcons, to a ten point deficit rather quickly. 244 more words

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By The Numbers: Week 2, 2017

Week 1 is in the books, and it was a good week for my Green Bay Packers! I wasn’t overly worried because the Seahawks have lost some of their weapons from years passed when they defeated us, but outside of the infamous Fail Mary game, they have still managed to pull out some upsets (the championship game a couple of years ago was really frustrating). 219 more words

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BY THE NUMBERS: 3,700 MILES, 10 STATES, 5 WEEKS, 4 RIVERS, and 1 HECK OF A GOOD TIME!

Two years ago, I blogged along the way throughout our seven-week road trip and enjoyed every bit of it.  Rather than being a chore, I took delight in spending many evenings in our hotel rooms editing pictures and writing about our adventures.  370 more words

Domestic Travel

COS By The Numbers || September 13, 2017

This week’s COS By the Numbers is very heavy on the “wow, tourism really adds a lot to our economy!” vibe. I’m sure city leaders will see these numbers, think long and hard about what they mean and how tourism contributes to our economic health…and then offer some tax breaks to another defense contractor. 695 more words

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By The Numbers: Week 1, 2017

Wow, I just realized that I hadn’t made my inaugural post for my annual column talking about my favorite professional sport: NFL Football. As the first game of the season is already in the books and (YAY) the Patriots already lost a game, I suppose I can’t really talk about that. 289 more words

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Volvo Cars Reports 15.5 Percent Growth in August

Volvo Cars, the premium car maker, is heading for another record year in retail sales after posting a double digit global sales growth of 15.5 per cent in August compared to the same period last year. 236 more words

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