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Fleetwood Discovery 37R To Be Featured In Motorhome Magazine


Decatur, IN (PRWEB) June 17, 2014

The Fleetwood Discovery 37R will be the featured cover story in the July issue of MotorHome Magazine. A premium Class A diesel pusher, the 2015 Discovery offers a new floor plan with an innovative quad slide layout.

The key features and conveniences of the Discovery 37R will be reviewed in the MotorHome Magazine article, including the cockpit with its driver-centric dashboard, the split-bath layout as well as interior design features like the 24 x 24 porcelain tile floor, decorative backsplashes and solid-surface countertops. In summary, the review concludes the Discovery 37R is continuing the models legacy of offering luxury features at an exceptional value.

We continually design new layouts for our motorhomes that fulfill our customers needs and dreams, said Dave Denarola, Director of Sales-Western Region for Fleetwood RV. The Discovery 37R not only features a unique layout and an abundance of luxury features, it also provides impressive power with a Freightliner? Power Bridge? Chassis and a Cummins? ISL 9 380 hp engine.

Visit http://www.fleetwoodrv.com/discovery for more about the Discovery.

For more information on Fleetwood RV, call 1-800-322-8216 or visit http://www.fleetwoodrv.com.

About Fleetwood RV, Inc.

Fleetwood RV, Inc. (Fleetwood RV or the Company) is a leading manufacturer of Class A and Class C recreational vehicles. The Company has one of the best and longest standing distribution networks in the industry and boasts some of the industrys most recognized and iconic brand names such as American Coach and Bounder. Fleetwood RV is headquartered in Decatur, Ind., which is also its principal manufacturing location.







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HomeThangs.com Has Introduced A Guide To Bird-Inspired Spring Decor


(PRWEB) May 08, 2014

HomeThangs.com the Online Home Improvement Store has made their goal to deliver the right product to the consumer. With that in mind, shopping and home design tips, as well as special product selections are being introduced.

Birds are one of the traditional first signs of spring, ranking right up there with fresh blooming flowers. That means that little mementos of birds are perfect for a spring decor. HomeThangs.com has introduced a guide to a few types of items that use the ubiquity of spring birds to create a fresh, springy feel without going all-in on the pastels and floral prints.

Nests

Maybe one of the simplest and most popular ways to add a little avian touch to a spring decor is with decorative birds nests. These can be big or small, and used as anything from a table centerpiece to a small ornament. These petite nests can easily be tucked in around the existing decor, adding a little visual surprise and a touch of spring, even if without any other major changes.

Bird Cages

Similarly, old fashioned or antique bird cages make fantastic spring accent pieces. They dont have to contain a real bird, of course, but should have a little stylistic flair: think grammas bird cage, not one from the local pet store. An authentic, aged antique finish works perfectly here, but painting the cage in a bright, bold color can be even more eye-catching.

Statuary

Like tiny birds nests, small ceramic bird figurines are easy to nestle in amongst existing decor items. Replacing one item in a small cluster with a decorative bird is a great way to add that little touch of spring, while smaller ones scattered throughout the house can make a nice visual surprise. Its also easy to find practical decor items (like candle holders, jars, vases, boxes, or book ends) that feature bird designs and make for a perfect, sneaky way to incorporate birds into a spring decor.

Prints

Of course, theres always also the easy way: simply hang up pictures, prints, or paintings of birds (or nests or bird cages, for that matter) on the wall. When choosing art, though, avoid colors that are very intense or dark. Pastels can work, but for a subtler look opt for pieces with a lighter, sketchier quality. Antique scientific drawings and other sketchy, smudgy drawings are popular right now, particularly as part of a cottage, French country, or industrial style.

3D art

Heftier wall art, like pieces made of wood or metal, can work really well too. These are good options for a space that needs a single, assertive piece to act as a visual focal point. Pieces made with wood have a nice rustic, hand-hewn quality that can lend a touch of earthiness to a spring decor, while pieces made with thinner pieces of metal or wire (especially ones that make elegant use of white space) are a great way to draw attention to colorfully painted walls.

Lighting Fixtures

Last but not least, there are a growing number of bird-themed lighting fixtures on the market. Floor lamps and table lamps are easy to swap out, and usually have bases designed like tree branches and adorned with tiny metal birds. Pendant lights tend to be a bit more abstract, designed to look like old fashioned bird cages or even inverted egg baskets. These are both a bit trickier to install and more permanent, but are also a little less overtly springy, so it wouldnt be unreasonable to leave them in place year round.

To see more ways to incorporated bird-themed items into a spring decor, check out the full article here.

HomeThangs.com is not only a home improvement superstore, it also provides expert design tips and a comprehensive shopping guide, taking the ideas from professional interior designers, and offering tips to the consumers on how to pick the products to best suit their needs.







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HomeThangs.com Has Introduced A Simple Guide To Spring Cleaning


(PRWEB) May 09, 2014

HomeThangs.com the Online Home Improvement Store has made their goal to deliver the right product to the consumer. With that in mind, shopping and home design tips, as well as special product selections are being introduced.

Spring cleaning has very little to do with normal everyday cleaning. After all, most parts of the house get cleaned pretty routinely. Spring cleaning is for those things that don’t need to be cleaned as often (and are easy to overlook during routine cleaning), or little problems that sneakily build up over the course of the year. HomeThangs.com has introduced a simple guide to making the most of a big spring cleaning.

Move It

During the year, it’s easy to clean around things, whether it’s books on a shelf or a heavy sofa. Spring cleaning is the one time of the year to move all those things and clean underneath them. That means taking every book off the shelf, every can out of the pantry, every sock out of the drawer, everything. Remove it, clean it, and put it back or throw it away. That goes for furniture and appliances, too: move them and clean thoroughly underneath its amazing what falls between the cracks and crevices and accumulates over a year.

Cull It

While everything is pulled out of the closet/refrigerator/junk drawer/bookshelf/bathroom vanity, take a minute to go through it. Throw out any expired food, medicine, or cosmetics, shred outdated or unneeded paperwork, and donate old clothing, toys, books, DVDs, CDs, or anything else that isnt being used anymore. Not only will this make it easier to get organized and create more usable space, it’ll also make the house feel less crowded and cluttered.

Wash It

This is the big one. Floors and other surfaces typically get scrubbed down regularly, but the walls and ceilings dont. Spring cleaning is the time to get out the cobwebs and scrub down all the things that get a pass during the rest of the year. That means vacuuming and cleaning the walls and ceiling, popping the screens out of the windows and washing both, cleaning light bulbs and light shades, and cleaning out drains. All major household linens should get a thorough going over, from window treatments (including blinds) to comforters, couches, pillows, and rugs. Dont forget hard to reach items like the blades on a ceiling fan or the filter on the range hood, easy to overlook items like TV screens, or seasonal things like sweeping off the porch or deck or cleaning out the fireplace. This can be dirty business but also very rewarding, as this is what will really make the house feel cleaner.

Maintain It

Spring cleaning season is also a good time for annual maintenance. That means everything from replacing the batteries in the fire detector and swapping out air filters to work that requires a little more elbow grease, like cleaning refrigerator and air conditioning coils or gutters and waxing wood furniture and flooring. Natural stone floors or counters should be re-sealed, as should grout on any tilework. Outdoor furniture should be cleaned, polished, and sealed, as should wood decks. As a general rule, if anything needs to be sealed, polished, deep cleaned, or replaced, now is the time to do it.

Swap It

Spring cleaning isn’t just about the cleaning, it’s also about the spring. That means that it’s also a good time to change out seasonal clothing and linens – put heavy coats, boots, scarves, and gloves in storage, pack up thick down comforters and flannel sheets, and maybe change out the curtains. Rugs, throw pillows, and decorative blankets can all be cleaned and swapped out for lighter, springier versions which will not only make the space feel cleaner, but also brighter and more seasonally appropriate.

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Aston Martin, McLaren and Ducati Among Top Unveilings at The Luxury Review by Rand Luxury


New York, New York (PRWEB) May 09, 2014

The Luxury Review is celebrating its 5th year with the seasons hottest new luxury offerings. The latest and greatest from the worlds most revered brands will be unveiled at this exclusive event. Among the evenings most anticipated unveilings are new models from Aston Martin, McLaren and Ducati. The Luxury Review is an invite-only press showcase hosted by RAND Luxury displaying the latest in luxury products & services from renowned world-class brands in industries including automotive, jewelry, private aviation, resorts, spirits, electronics, home design and more.

The Luxury Review is proud to announce an exciting array of launches:

Aston Martin V12 Vantage S: The most ferocious Aston Martin ever produced which combines the unprecedented engineering achievement of the V12 Vantage, with an even lighter chassis, an even more powerful engine, and an even more responsive transmission.

McLaren 650S: The McLaren 650S breaks the mold a sensational drive, yet generously equipped and extraordinarily comfortable.

Ducati 1200: Ducati will be unveiling the new Ducati 1200 Motorcycle, which combines the performance and fluidity of the new Testastretta 11? DS engine, the versatility of the three Riding Modes, the comfort of the adjustable seat and passenger handles make the Monster 1200 a bike that is capable of adapting to any occasion.

Untapped Water Systems: 3 new groundbreaking products that raise the bar; The AIR-X, One Touch” UV Water Bottle, and the One Touch” UV Water Pitcher, which produce fresh water and pure air with beautiful, simple products that are environmentally friendly.

Guests and press will be treated to cuisine from Salon de Lafayette, a new art inspired restaurant in Soho built upon a time-honored “salon” tradition reinterpreted through a modern lens. Commonly associated with French literary and philosophical movements of the 17th and 18th centuries, a salon is a gathering of creative people under the roof of an inspiring host, held to amuse one another and to refine the taste and increase the knowledge of the participants through conversation.

The participating brands include: Alacran Tequila, Amy Glaswand Collection, Aston Martin, Bucco Couture, Christopher Designs, CLEANCOATING LLC / ISPBC, DBC City Bike Design, Ducati Triumph New York, Eleven James, Eternal Fine Jewels, Forever Young Wine, Grandstand Sports & Memorabilia, Gurkha Cigars, Hacker Boat Co., House of Hart Art, John Allan’s, Kaleidescape, La Maison du Chocolat, Lily SPOTS NYC, McLaren Long Island, P3ProSwing / Sports Vision Technologies, Peloton Cycle, Peroni, Phil Caggiano Design, Purity Vodka, Starbright Floral Design, Steinway & Sons, Stylinity, WILLIAM ABRAHAM, The Atlas Network/Sweet Wood Golf, Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, UWS Untapped Water Systems / ISPBC, Velodyne, Voss Water and Wings Air Helicopters.

Also on display will be modern pieces of artwork from international artist Hallie Hart, whose recent collection was just featured in the GenLucArt exhibition in Monaco.

The events silent auctions proceeds will benefit the Kick4Life charity, which uses the power of sport to transform the lives of disadvantaged young people in southern Africa.

Location: The Altman Building, 135 West 18th Street, New York, NY

Time: Press & Media Only: 4 p.m. 6 p.m.

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About RAND Luxury:

Rand Luxury, the producer of The Luxury Review, is an international event-production company that caters to the world’s finest luxury brands. Based in Manhattan, founded by Bradford Rand, the team is best known for its Invitation-Only events where RAND partners with fine automotive manufacturers to support the launch of their latest automobiles. RAND has produced unveiling showcases, evening of luxury events and elite brunch events for Lamborghini, Bugatti, Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin, Bentley & Maserati. Adjacent to these fine motorcars, RAND creates a luxury lifestyle experience by inviting complementary brands to showcase their products and services to the distinguished list of guests and media that are invited.

Details: http://www.TheLuxuryReview.com

Media Contact: Jaime Chew of Evins Communications; jaimie(dot)chew(at)evins(dot)com –

Office: 212.377.3595 Mobile: 917.623.2530

Event Contact: Bradford Rand, CEO of RAND Luxury, Inc. Brand(at)RANDLuxury(dot)com

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USA Business Insurance Introduces New Interior Designer Insurance Options


Burbank, CA (PRWEB) June 17, 2014

Business Insurance USA announced a new level of commercial insurance coverage for interior designers today, specifically structured to provide combined general liability with errors and omissions protection under one policy. This newly structured coverage option now makes important commercial insurance coverage available to interior design companies of all sizes.

Interior designers know they need to protect themselves and their company assets from legal liability lawsuits, states Business Insurance USAs Executive Director Gary Fisher, but they may mistakenly believe that just one type of liability coverage is all they need. By offering the combination of general liability and professional liability protection, interior designers are better positioned to address almost any type of liability allegation that may arise.

Interior designer liability insurance provides legal and financial support for design firms and their authorized representatives when surprise events or accidents happen that cause physical harm to people, or somehow damage personal property. If the interior designer or firm is deemed to be legally responsible for such an event, they may be ordered by the court to pay for medical care and property repairs. General liability insurance pays these judgments and settlements so that the firm is not forced to close its doors due to expensive litigation. This portion of interior designer insurance also pays for related expenses such as the cost of legal representation or cost associated with obtaining investigative services.

Interior designer professional liability insurance covers liability lawsuits, allegations and other legal activities that arise due to perceived professional errors. Interior designers can face civil lawsuits if their customers feel that a professional mistake was made that caused property damages or losses of income, or if the design company or representative is believed to have broken their contract. Professional liability insurance, also known as errors and omissions insurance, provides legal and financial assistance to interior design companies if accusations of this nature are made.

About Business Insurance USA

Business Insurance USA provides professional commercial insurance protection to companies large and small, across the nation. Headquartered in Burbank California, the company specializes in providing flexible business insurance coverage options to help make important protections available to a wide range of industries at affordable levels. Policy offerings include business asset loss protection, general liability coverage, business auto coverage, workers comp, surety bonds and professional liability, or errors and omissions insurance.

For more information visit http://businessinsuranceusa.com/business-insurance-interior-decorators.







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