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Plasticon International, Inc.
Plasticon Announces that R&S Manufacturing Increases Order by 50%
LEXINGTON, Ky., June 30, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Plasticon International Inc. (Pink Sheets:PLNI) announced today that R&S Manufacturing has increased their order for Plasticon's recycled plastic rebar supports by 50%, bringing their order this year to over $750,000. Plasticon's patented rebar supports, the most advanced in the industry, will be supplied to R&S's customers with every order of their post-tension cable products.
Fear, Frustration and Confusion: Welcome to Combat -- In New Novel, Marines Battle Elements, Emotions, Each Other and the Enemy
ANNAPOLIS, Md., June 30, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- In Brooks Tucker's timely new novel, Breach (now available through AuthorHouse), Marine Lt. Grant Walker and his platoon must learn to trust one another and come together as a fighting team while enduring the hardships of life in the open desert, contending with a dearth of supplies and facing a crisis of confidence with their company commander.
One Man's Little Book of Truth -- Scriptures Inspire Author's Comments on Current State of the Nation
MILWAUKEE, June 30, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- In what he describes as a "little book (that is) a declaration of truthful awareness of a nation that is falling from God's manifested grace," Archbishop John W. Ellis Sr. tells his fellow citizens that the nation shall persevere only through truth. His book, The Apostasy, The Truth, and The Little Book: A Plea o Help Save My Country (now available through AuthorHouse), is meant to be a roadmap for all those seeking to return to what Ellis calls "our sacred nation."
Metaphor of the North -- Poet's Frozen Journey Across the Land and Soul Compiled in New Book
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 30, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- North: a direction; a suggestion that conjures images of hard, frozen landscapes and survival at its most primitive. It is a place where J. Michael Yates has toiled, and its influence has seeped into his pen to produce poems as vast and epic as ice fields, which he has collected in his new book, Hongyun: New and Collected Shorter Poems, 1955 - 2005 (now available through AuthorHouse).
Psychology Key to Preventing Information Security Damage -- New Book Examines Links Between Employee Behavior and Companies' Safeguard Policies
ST. LOUIS, Mo., June 30, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- In the past year, an alarming increase in identify theft and other devastating incidents of compromised security wreaked by computer hackers have left companies scrambling for better safeguards and their clients understandably wary. Although technology provides infinite possibilities of storing, using and sharing information, pitfalls abound in the cyber realm. In his new book, Information Security Awareness: The Psychology Behind the Technology (now available through AuthorHouse) Timothy P. Layton Sr. offers a unique approach to this critical aspect in the world of business.