Vermont Toner Recharge relocates

first_imgVermont Toner Recharge is pleased to announce their relocation to 400 Avenue D, Suite 30, Williston, Vermont 05495. All contact information including phone and FAX numbers remain the same.The new location accommodates the continued growth of the company due to expanded product offerings.A 14 year old Vermont based corporation, Vermont Toner Recharge remanufactures toner cartridges for laser printers, FAX, and copier machines and offers free delivery on both new and remanufactured product. Contact Vermont Toner Recharge at 864-7637 or

Clifford Aboagye declares his readiness for Black Stars

first_imgBlack Satellites player Clifford Aboagye says he is ready to feature for the Black Stars if coach Kwasi Appiah hands him a call up.Aboagye, who was named the 2013 FIFA U20 World Cup third best player, has been tagged the next big thing.He is said to be among four players penciled down for immediately earn a call up to the senior national team.But Ghana coach Kwasi Appiah, who was also in Turkey during the tournament, in an earlier interview with Joy sports stated he will continue to monitor the players before taking a final decision on .Aboagye is optimistic he can meet expectations when invited.“Getting a call up to the Black Stars will depend on Coach Appiah because he knows where I can fit,” he told Joy sports. “So if the call up comes I’m ready and since I want to play professional football I should be ready to serve my country anytime the chance comes.”last_img read more

March Madness 2019: Over 45M U.S. adults expected to bet $8.5B on brackets, survey shows

first_imgWith sports betting finally legal, gamblers are expected to wager a lot of money on the NCAA Tournament.According to a survey released Monday by the American Gaming Association, approximately 47 million Americans are expected to bet $8.5 billion during March Madness, with 149 million brackets accounting for the majority of the wagering. “Before the PASPA Supreme Court decision, there were very limited opportunities to wager legally,” AGA’s president and chief executive officer Bill Miller said. “Those opportunities are increasing and that’s a good thing. As more people become aware there is a legal method to wager, I think the interest in sports betting will only get larger.” The Supreme Court ruled last May that a federal ban on state-sanctioned sports betting is unconstitutional. Sports betting legalization is currently being considered in 23 states. Of those wagers, an estimated 4.1 million people will place bets legally. On the other hand, nearly 18 million people will bet $3.9 billion at a sportsbook, online, with a bookie or with a friend. March Madness 2019: Biggest snubs, surprises to make field of 68 on Selection Sunday Furthermore, 29 percent of the respondents favored Duke to win it all following its ACC Tournament championship win over Florida State on Saturday. The next closest favorite is Gonzaga at a measly nine percent, followed by North Carolina, Kentucky, Virginia and Michigan.”They are in the national championship mix every year,” William Hill U.S. director of trading Nick Bogdanovich told USA TODAY Sports. “Under Coach K, they have been the New England Patriots of college basketball. Like the sun coming up in the morning, you can rely on Duke money.” Related Newslast_img read more