Bakery equipment supplier Baker Perkins has appointed new managing directors for its UK and US operations.The shake-up follows the decision by company owner John Cowx to relinquish his role as managing director, although he will remain with the business as chairman.Dan Bassett, currently the firm’s director of capital sales for food sectors, will head up the UK company, based in Peterborough.Bassett joined Baker Perkins as a graduate trainee in 1990, and worked in sales before being named commercial manager in 1999.He became sales manager for bakery and biscuit in the UK and Ireland, and took business sector responsibility for bakery, biscuit and industrial extrusion. He was then appointed director of capital sales for all food sectors in 2013.Geoff Hawley takes over Bassett’s role as director of food capital sales. Hawley joined Baker Perkins as sales account manager for bakery in 2003 and moved to the US company 10 years later as sales director. He returned to the UK last year to become strategic development manager – sales.Dan Smith is taking the reins as managing director of Baker Perkins in the US. Smith was appointed assistant manager of field service at the business, based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in 1995. He became aftermarket parts supply manager two years later and operations manager in 2002, before being appointed general manager in 2006.Baker Perkins has supplied machinery and systems to the food industry from its Peterborough and Michigan operations for more than 100 years.
Photo: © pixabay.com The Willie Mullins-trained Brahma Bull will look to make it four-wins from four starts at Thurles this afternoon.The Ruby Walsh mount makes his debut over hurdles in the Maiden Hurdle there this afternoon.The first of a seven-race card at Thurles went to post at five-to-1.
Paddy Power guarantees Hector’s Arsenal tree pledge June 24, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit Paddy Power: Maintaining brand identity with daring marketing campaigns July 27, 2020 Related Articles Share The English Football Association (FA) and the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) are investigating Sutton United reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw for breaching football betting rules during yesterday’s FA Cup Fifth Round match against Arsenal FC.Before the match, which was broadcast on BBC1, new UK bookmaker Sun Bets had offered an 8/1 price on ‘Wayne Shaw to eat a pie live on air’. In the 86th minute of the game, Shaw obliged – being filmed eating a match pie.Shaw whose match day antics have now gone viral, may have landed himself, Sutton United and Sun Bets in hot water, as the FA does not allow registered players to bet “either directly or indirectly, on any football match or competition that takes place anywhere in the world.”The Sutton reserve goalkeeper has so far stated that neither himself or his teammates had placed the 8/1 pie wager with the bookmaker. The 23-stone goalkeeper states that his antics were simply ‘a bit of banter’.The episode is likely to cause embarrassment to Sun Bets marketing, who had secured a ‘one-off’ sponsorship of Sutton United and its football ground for the televised FA Cup game.This morning, UKGC Enforcement & Intelligence Director Richard Watson stated that the authority would not take the incident lightly. “Integrity in sport is not a joke and we have opened an investigation to establish exactly what happened.“As part of that we’ll be looking into any irregularity in the betting market and establishing whether the operator has met its licence requirement to conduct its business with integrity.”At present, Sun Bets management has made no official comment on the matter. However, the bookmaker made the following tweet referencing a ‘five-figure’ pay-out on Shaw’s munch.COST US A BELLY FULL: We’ve paid out a five-figure sum after @WayneShaw70 finishes his pie with glory! #YouBetcha #FACup pic.twitter.com/XrBCL3psOZ— Sun Bets (@SunBets) February 20, 2017 FavBet’s Alex Hleb deal: “When contract is just a piece of paper” June 19, 2020 Share
Facebook29Tweet0Pin0Submitted by City of TumwaterBring the family out to Tumwater’s Independence Day celebrations on Thursday, July 4, 2019. Leave the fireworks to the professionals, and celebrate with a day full of excitement.Begin the morning with a festive Fun Run through Tumwater Valley Golf Course. Later in the morning, join your friends and neighbors as the sidewalks streets fill with life at the Independence Day Parade. That evening, head to the Artesian Family Festival and remember to stay for Thunder Valley Fireworks Show—the biggest display in Thurston County!Fairways & Fireworks Fore on the 4th Fun Run8:00 a.m. check-in | Tumwater Valley Golf CourseTumwater Valley Golf Course turns the cart paths and fairways into a 4-mile fun run in celebration of Independence Day. Proceeds from this event benefit golf programs for low-income youth in our community. Register online to participate in the Fun Run.River’s Edge Restaurant will serve a special breakfast buffet following the run – $11.95 for adults; $6.95 for kids 12 & under.Independence Day Parade11:00 a.m. | Capitol Boulevard & Israel RoadThe City of Tumwater continues its tradition of hosting a 4th of July parade for the 32nd year – the theme this year is “As We Live, We Grow: Celebrating 150 Years.” Arrive early to get a good viewing spot, and watch the pre-parade car show at 10:45 a.m.The parade itself begins at 11:00 a.m. from the corner of Capitol Boulevard and Lee Street and moves south on Capitol Boulevard to Israel Road. The route then turns west (right) onto Israel Road, continues past Tumwater City Hall, ending at Linderson Way and Israel Road intersection.Artesian Family Festival & Thunder Valley Fireworks Show6:00 p.m. | Tumwater Valley Golf CourseThe Artesian Family Festival & Thunder Valley Fireworks Show is the biggest and best fireworks festival in the County – and it happens in Tumwater every year on July 4th. On the Tumwater Valley Golf Course driving range, you’ll find music, food, games and a lot more waiting for you.Event gates open at 6:00 p.m. The fireworks show begins at 10:15 p.m. Festival entry is FREE. Parking for the event is $10/car. Please keep in mind: Pets, alcohol/marijuana, and personal fireworks are prohibited at the festival.For details on Independence Day events, call Tumwater Parks & Recreation at (360) 754-4160 or explore the special events section on the City of Tumwater website, www.ci.tumwater.wa.us/parade.Fireworks Regulations & SafetyA friendly reminder to residents and visitors celebrating Independence Day in Lacey, Olympia, and Tumwater – fireworks may not be sold, purchased, or discharged in our communities.Novelty devices such as snakes, glow worms, and party poppers are allowed. Sparklers and all other types of fireworks including those purchased elsewhere may not be used in our cities.If you have unused fireworks, please discard them safely:Thoroughly soak fireworks overnight in a bucket or tub of water, then drain.Place the soaked fireworks in a heavy duty trash bag, and tightly seal.Place the bag in your garbage container for pick-up.Leave it to the professionals!Enjoy one of these FREE public fireworks displays and festivals in Lacey, Olympia and Tumwater. www.FireworksBans.com Lacey Fireworks SpectacularJuly 3Fireworks start around 10 p.m.Rainier Vista ParkTumwater Thunder Valley FireworksJuly 4Fireworks start around 10:15 p.m.Tumwater Valley Golf CourseLakefair Grand Finale FireworksJuly 21Fireworks start around 10 p.m.Capitol Lake – Heritage ParkDowntown Olympia