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 The Breeze to close
for renovations.
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 Army Ranger
instructor credited
with water rescue.
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WASHINGTON (AFNS)
— Air Force officials
released nomination criteria for the new Nuclear
Deterrence Operations
Service Medal, following
Secretary of the Air Force
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27, 2014, authorization.
The medal will be
awarded to individuals
for their direct support
of nuclear deterrence
operations.
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The Explosive Ordnance Disposal team pulls a full fire hose toward their target during this year’s Fire Muster Challenge.
tions can be overlooked as
a critical function,” said
Col. Zannis Pappas, the
missile operations career
field manager. “The medal
acknowledges the special
challenges faced by those
Airmen charged with supporting the nuclear enterprise and will be a point of
pride by all who wear it.”
Service members may
be awarded the nuclear
deterrence medal if they
were assigned, deployed
or mobilized to a wing,
center or below in support
of the nuclear enterprise
for 120 consecutive days
or 179 nonconsecutive
days. Subsequent awards
will only be authorized
when a permanent change
of station to a qualifying
The medal will be awarded to individuals
for their direct support of nuclear deterrence
operations.
unit has occurred.
“The Air Force continues to demonstrate its
support to the most vital
part of the nuclear enterprise - the Airmen,” said
Maj. Gen. Garrett Harencak, Air Force assistant
chief of staff for strategic
deterrence and nuclear
integration. “This medal
exists as a tangible way to
acknowledge the importance of this mission and
the dedication and pride
that the men and women
in the nuclear community
show to their country.
Having secretary of the
Air Force-level interest
testifies to the importance of this decoration
and impact on nuclear
operations.”
The medal will be worn
with an “N” device for
those who dispatched to
a missile complex for 179
nonconsecutive days in
direct support of intercontinental ballistic missile operations or are in
direct support of nuclear
laden aircraft. Only one
“N” device will be worn,
regardless of the number
of qualifying assignments.
An oak leaf cluster will
be worn for subsequent
awards, which will only be
authorized when a PCS
has occurred.
Eligibility for the medal
is retroactive to Dec. 27,
1991. Nominations for
currently serving Airmen
will be processed through
their respective chain of
command.
A member’s current
group commander is
considered the awarding
authority for the medal.
Retired or separated Airmen can submit a request
submitted to the Air Force
Personnel Center recognition section for validation.
The award can be presented posthumously, as
well, so family members
of deceased Airmen can
also contact AFPC for
information.
The medal is currently
under development with a
projected date of availability through the Defense
Supply System of March
2015.
For more information
and full eligibility criteria,
go to myPers. Guard, Reserve, retired and separated Airmen and their
family members
may contact the Air
Reserve Personnel Center at 800-525-0102, for
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7th Group Soldiers honored for duty in Afghanistan
Many of the men jumped
into the line of fire to protect others.
Some risked their
lives to save an injured
teammate.
One led a group to
safety through a field
laden with improvised
bombs. Another leapt out
of the safety of his own
vehicle into a barrage of
rocket-propelled grenades
and gunfire to provide
medical care to a wounded
Soldier.
One by one on Wednesday, Oct. 8, more than a
dozen Soldiers from the
7th Special Forces Group
(Airborne) lined the stage.
Their commanders passed
before them to pin medals
on their uniforms, shake
their hands, give a warm
pat on the shoulder.
Almost 13 years to the
day since the United States
began major combat operations in Afghanistan, the
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Brig. Gen. Michael Turello, deputy commander of the 1st Special Forces Command (Airborne) (Provisional), left, awards Sgt. Carlos Torres with the U.S. Army’s Soldier’s Medal
on Wednesday, Oct. 8, for his part in rescuing a driver from his burning vehicle.
als, all with valor, for their
actions during their nearly
six-month deployment.
During that time, they
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in spite of the “turmoil”
created by the drawdown
of regular troops and widespread base closures, said
Brig. Gen. Michael Turello, deputy commander
of the 1st Special Forces
Command (Airborne)
(Provisional).
Two of the men received
Soldier’s Medals for climbing into a burning car to
rescue a fellow Soldier
while back in the United
States.
“All these men placed
not only the mission but
their fellow Soldiers above
their own concern,” Turello
said during the ceremony,
which was also attended
by U.S. Congressman Jeff
Miller.
“Their acts of extraordinary heroism were not
planned or demanded,
they were acts given freely
by the Soldiers and their
teammates,” Turello said.
“Through their choice and
their actions, these soldiers have earned the respect of their peers — and
of their nation.”
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soldiers were far from the
first of the group to receive
such honors from their service in combat. They won’t
be the last.
“In 13 years of war,
there is no one better than
you and there is no one
that sacrifices more than
you,” the 7th Group’s commander, Army Col. Christopher Riga, said during
the ceremony. “And, there
is no one else that will continue to do that as we go
forward.”
The 7th Group, which
has deployed nearly constantly to Afghanistan in
recent years, has significantly drawn back their
forces over the past six
months, but they remain
some of the only U.S. service members still in country. At this time last year,
about 600 were deployed
there. Today that number
is around 200.
On Thursday, 11 Soldiers who returned from
Afghanistan this spring
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added to their pay. That
money will allow Airmen
to choose to eat wherever
they want and whatever
they want, until the dining
facility is back on line, and
their meal card entitlement
is restored.
Once the renovations
are completed, Harvey expects a greater atmosphere
for customers to dine, relax
and fellowship.
“It will be a much more
pleasurable environment
all around,” Harvey said.
“For instance the accumulator eliminates the need
for pre-positioned bussing carts, which were a
nuisance when holding a
meeting or just watching
TV here in the facility. The
new flooring will be an epoxy surface that is easier
to clean, and the non-skid
surface will be safer.”
“We appreciate everyone’s patience and we’re
excited that once these renovations are completed, we
will have a world-class dining facility for our patrons,”
said Lt. Col. Rob Roeckers,
96th Force Support Squadron commander.
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when something drew his
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“While we were there, we
heard some screaming and
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He saw a person in the
water about 75 yards out,
“flapping and yelling in the
water” in a “panicked state.”
“I didn’t think. I just ran
out there in a full sprint,” he
said. “I just reacted. I just
bolted in.”
Another man, already in
the water, heard the cries for
help and headed toward the
victim.
But before the rescuer
was able to help the man, his
leg cramped.
Clarke reached the wouldbe rescuer first, helping him
back toward the shore until
he could stand with his head
above the water.
Then Clarke went back
for the original victim.
“I tried to calm him down,
assure him everything was
good to go,” he said. “He was
out pretty far. The rip current
was actually catching him
and pulling him out farther.”
Clarke was able to get everyone back to shore, where
a crowd had gathered. Rescuers and bystanders helped
get everyone onto shore and
fire rescue gave the victims
oxygen as a precaution, he
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“People were clapping,
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“It wasn’t about me. It was
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Staff Sgt. Nickolas Clarke, an Army Ranger instructor
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The Breeze Dining Facility will close Nov. 1, for
several months to complete the final phase of
renovations.
The facility closed in
2013 for renovations, which
were part of an Air Forcewide Food Transformation
Initiative. Now, funding is
available to finish the job.
“We were fortunate in
that leadership recognized
the importance the FTI
program played in enhancing the quality of life for
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100 percent of the projects
we’d asked for earlier,”
said Food Service officer
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The final renovations include new flooring throughout the facility, new tables,
chairs and booths in the
seating areas, state-of-theart refrigeration equipment , and a carousel tray
system where the customers slide their trays in a
rack.
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Above, injured students lie in front of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Memorial after a simulated vehicle-borne
improvised explosive device was detonated at the EOD
school house Oct. 7 at Eglin Air Force Base. The scene
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Navy EOD School, Team Eglin first responders and local
emergency crews. Firefighters and emergency medical
technicians responded to the scene to put out the fire and
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The recent 90-day review
of the Military Healthcare
System found it “comparable in access, quality
and safety to average private-sector health care,”
Defense Secretary Chuck
Hagel told a press conference last week.
That was disappointing
to hear for a medical system that, for decades, has
described itself as overall
excellent and among the
best in the country.
“Overall, MHS performance mirrors what we see
in the private sector: a good
deal of mediocrity, pockets
of excellence and some serious gaps,” wrote Janet M.
Corrigan of the Dartmouth
Institute for Health Policy
and Clinical Practice, one
of the outside experts who
helped with the review.
The report and appendix
run more
than 700
pages including 10
pages just
to list and
define a sea
of acronyms
associated
military
health care.
But the
report also turns a spotlight
on a new tool that patients,
staff and outside health
experts agree is improving
access to care and perhaps
quality too: a secure messaging system between
patients and military
physicians.
The report endorses it,
urging full implementation
and careful monitoring
to ensure that it achieves
its potential for beneficiaries and in support of the
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military’s “patient-centered
medical home” concept of
care.
The concept has transformed the direct care system, starting in 2010, putting
at its center beneficiaries
enrolled in primary care
clinics, assigned to named
doctors who are supported
by small professional staffs
or teams.
And eyeing ways to
enhance the relationship
of physician and patient,
and to widen access, the
military by August 2010 took
its first step toward secure
messaging, selecting a
commercial product called
RelayHealth.
Navy was first to test it.
Positive results led Army
and Air Force to buy in. By
January this year, RelayHealth became operational
at Aviano Air Base, Italy,
the last of 440 primary care
practices provided secure
messaging.
Air Force calls it MyCare. Soldiers and their
families know it as the Army
Secure Messaging System.
Navy still calls it RelayHealth. With a new contract
due in 2016, one goal will be
to rebrand under a single
name.
As of June, more than
a million beneficiaries
enrolled in direct care had
registered for secure messaging, up 57 percent from
last year. However, only
120,000 a month log in to
initiate contact with their
physicians.
“We think that is low,”
said Regina M. Julian, chief
of patient-centered medical
home primary care for the
Defense Health Agency.
Given the new MHS
review endorsement, and
positive feedback from both
patients and providers, Army, Navy and Air Force are
developing a tri-service promotion campaign for secure
messaging, Julian said.
Those trading emails
with their doctors appreciate the ease of access, the
speed of response and the
convenience. Survey data
show 97 percent of beneficiaries who use secure messaging are satisfied, and 86
percent say it likely saved
them from making clinic
appointments or visiting
urgent care. So it frees up
appointments that other patients can use, Julian said.
Cost avoidance is another benefit. A clinic visit
costs the military, on average, $77, she said. If just 9
percent of message users
replace clinic visits with
email exchanges, the costs
avoided would cover the annual $8.5 million cost of the
RelayHealth contract.
The larger goal, however,
is that lowered demand for
face-to-face appointments
by some will allow more to
get military care or faster
care.
“People who have it,
and whose doctors use it,
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Association, when asked to
assess the popularity of doctor-patient messaging.
“If they can handle
something with the doctor
over secure email, such as
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Disabilities
observance
The 96 TW National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month Observance will
take place at 11a.m. Oct. 22
at the Air Force Armament
Museum, featuring Army
Brigadier General (retired)
and Honorable Thomas Patterson “Patt” Maney.
This event is open to all
and will be free of charge
T-Dog to appear
at Zombie Stomp
IronE Singleton, “T-Dog”
from the TV show The Walking Dead will be at Eglin’s
3rd Annual Zombie Stomp, a
4.4-mile race complete with
exciting obstacles and plenty
of zombies.
Event is open to the public and promises to be bigger,
faster, and better than ever
before. Last day to register
is Oct. 17.
Participants are expected
to be on site Oct. 25 by 2 p.m.
at the Ground Combat Training Squadron compound near
the West Gate Shoppette. At
the end of the race, refugee
runners and spectators alike
will celebrate their survival
- or their zombie transformation - with music, food, and
beverages. (Beer included
for ages 21 and up!) Allen
Turner Chevrolet will have
their Zombie Car on display,
and prizes will be awarded
to the top male and female
competitors.
For details, visit www.
eglinforcesupport.com or call
883-1682.
Julian said. “That caused
our people a lot of angst
initially.”
Army found a way to
automate the cutting and
pasting of secure messaging into AHLTA encounter
notes. Every service now
uses it.
“This is much more efficient than the old way of
hand-typing an entire telephone encounter as phone
calls come in,” Julian said.
Some doctors also have
been concerned that secure
emails lengthen their workdays or lower their opportunity to accumulate “relative
value units,” a measure of
work product. A face-to-face
visit typically counts as 2.4
RVUs whereas answering
an email might not count for
any, Julian said.
So a tri-service advisory
board on primary care has
approved a new workday
template that will build into
physician daily schedules 80
minutes of virtual appointment periods to answer
email. But the number of
patients empanelled to each
primary care physician also
is to increase in light of se-
cure messaging. They soon
could have responsibility for
1100 enrollees apiece versus
current patient panels that
top out at about 950.
During town hall meetings at seven military bases
during the MHS review,
arranged to get some direct
feedback from beneficiaries
and providers, secure messaging was roundly praised
by those able to use it.
Julian recalled her own
recent meeting with military and veterans advocacy
groups where she briefed
on secure messaging. “Two
gentlemen who self-identified as being well over age
of 65,” she said, pulled out
smart phones to show her
messages from their primary care managers.
“Both of them said secure messaging was the
best thing they had experienced in 40-plus years of
military medical care,” said
Julian.
Bob Hope Village
Rummage Sale
The annual The Bob
Hope Village Rummage Sale
is open to the public and will
be held from 8 a.m. - noon
Oct. 18 at the Bob Hope Village Commons Building, 30
Holly Ave, Shalimar.
A pre-show will be held
Oct. 17 from noon - 2 p.m. for
Air Force Enlisted Village
residents and staff only.
For information, contact
Bobbi Jo at (850)651-2635.
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pointments [and] reduces
the hassle.”
But Raezer said availability of secure email
across military health care
“is still inconsistent.” It can
vary between hospitals, clinics or even physicians, she
said, “with some doctors
just choosing not to play.”
“We have a few holdouts
in a couple areas in primary
care [and] providers who
aren’t necessarily using
it as robustly as he or she
could,” Julian said. The goal
achieved in January was
secure messaging installed
at all primary care clinics. Some specialty clinics
will begin to get it soon.
But Julian said she read
many comments from beneficiaries made during the
review, saying they wished
all of their providers used
secure messaging.
One irritant for staff
is that RelayHealth isn’t
integrated with AHLTA,
the military’s electronic
health record system. “That
means they have to cut-andpaste the encounter into
AHLTA [to] have a good virtual lifetime record of care,”
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11:00 am Morning Worship
6:00 pm Evening Service
Wednesday
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about the Air Force and resiliency. Breakfast food is
provided. The event is open
to everyone on base and no
RSVP is required. For information, call 882-3225
Hazardous Waste
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Day is scheduled from 8 a.m.
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the USAF Special Operations
School, 357 Tully St., Bldg
90503, Hurlburt Field. DIT
is a basic course designed
to provide students with an
awareness and appreciation
of the organization, motivation, operational capabilities,
and threat posed by terror-
erations School invites all
base personnel to attend
the Interagency for Special
Operations Forces (IASOF)
Course on Oct. 15-16. To enroll in the course, contact
the Student Registrar, Ms.
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‘Glam’ping Retreat
Outdoor Recreation is
hosting a rejuvenating overnight “Glam”ping (glamorous camping) retreat for
ladies on Post’l Point Beach,
at 6 p.m. Oct. 18. Ladies age
16 and older (teens ages 1315 accompanied by a parent)
are invited to enjoy a funfilled night of outdoor pampering, featuring manicures,
facials, a health and wellness presentation, games,
dancing, an outdoor movie,
snacks, beverages and much
more.
Cost is $30 per person
and includes a single tent,
camping equipment, snacks,
beverages, breakfast, and
yoga instruction.
Register as a group for a
2-4-person tent and pay only
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The Eglin Beach Park, located on Okaloosa Island at
the foot of the Destin Bridge,
is open Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. until
it closes for the season on
Oct. 26. Pavilion reservations for private functions
are available and can be
On select nights through made by contacting Outdoor
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loween Horror Nights. See
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haunted houses, spine- whole family at 5 p.m. Oct. 24
chilling street experiences, to Post’l Point for a fun-filled
Trunk or Treat
Must wear Tennis shoes, long pants,
and sleeved shirts
Last tour at 4pm on
Saturday and Sunday
For all information and schedules visit our web site at
Come out and join the
96th FSS and the Eglin
Fitness Center for Eglin’s
7th Annual Breast Cancer
Awareness 3-Mile Run/Walk
at 1:30 p.m. Oct. 17 at the
CE pavilion. Participation
is free to all base personnel,
no sign-up is required. Wear
pink to show your support.
Following the race, a Breast
Cancer Awareness Costume
Contest will be held, with a
prize awarded to the “Most
Creative” costume for an individual and for a group. For
information, call the Fitness
Center, 882-6223.
event featuring contests for
Best Costumes and Best
Decorated Trunks. There
will be plenty of candy, popcorn, candied apples, treats
and prizes to collect, face
painting, a haunted hayride
to enjoy and more. The event
features kid-friendly music
with the opportunity to participate in a Thriller Flash
Mob and movies on the big
screen. Festival admission
is free for all base personnel
and families so scare up the
The Eglin Chapel invites whole bunch and join us for a
everyone to a Spiritual Re- not-too-frightening fun time.
newal Conference Oct. 17-19 Outdoor Rec / 882-5058.
hosted by the Gospel Service. The conference times
are at 6:30 p.m. on Friday
and Saturday and 9:30 a.m.
on Sunday. Dr. James R
Wright Jr. will be speaking.
For information, contact Ch
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ing your trunk and bringing
treats for the kids? Outdoor
Rec is looking for organizations, clubs, families and
individuals who would like
Registration for youth to participate in this event,
Basketball and Cheerlead- with prizes for Best Decoing is open through Nov. 14 rated Trunk! Volunteers are
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or call 882-5058.
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base? Finance, Housing,
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agencies will provide useful
information, answer questions and address concerns
at 9 a.m. Oct. 28. For information, call A&FRC 882-9060.
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9:30 AM
Morning Worship
11:00 AM
Wed. Intercessory Prayer
6:00 PM
Wed. Bible Study
7:00 PM
Intertribal Powwow is Nov. 7,
8 and 9 at the Niceville Mullet Festival Grounds. Admission to powwow is $5, $3 age
12 and younger. Children’s
day is $3.
Schedule of Events:
Friday - Children’s Day:
9 a.m. – 2 p.m.; Powwow: 7
p.m. Grand Entry, Intertribal dancing into the night.
Saturday - Craft Competition: 10 – 11 a.m., Special Performances: 11 a.m.
– 1 p.m., Grand Entry and
Opening Ceremonies: 1
p.m., followed by Intertribal, Exhibition, Competition
Dancing until 5 p.m.
Night Grand Entry: 7
p.m. followed by Intertribal
Dancing, Dance Exhibitions & Competitions into
the night.
Sunday - Church Service:
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Exhibitions, Competitions
Winners: noon to 4 p.m.
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Pensacola Opera
performs Pinocchio
The Pensacola Opera will
be performing a 40-minute
operatic version of Pinocchio at the Air Force Armament Museum on Saturday,
Oct. 18, at 11 a.m. Admission
is free. First-come, firstserved seating is available,
or bring a cushion/blanket.
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Independent
Contractors
Must have:
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850-315-4341
The Board of Directors
of the Fisher House of the
Emerald Coast welcomes
Operation Homefront to
the local community at a
reception hosted by Peggy Rice and the Magnolia
Grill. The Welcome Reception will be from 2- 4
p.m. Nov. 2 at the Magnolia
Grill, 157 Brooks St. SE, Ft.
Walton Beach.
Join us for this reception and silent auction
with a $20 donation in advance ($25 at the door). All
proceeds from this event
will be donated to the
Fisher House of the Emerald Coast and Operation
Homefront.
For tickets or information, contact Kim Henderson at (850)259-4956 or
[email protected]
For information on Op-
Serving Your Favorite German Fare For Lunch!
Full Color 2 Col. x 4” Ads
eration Homefront, contact
Brittany Wade at Brittany.
[email protected]
net.
Thunderbird
Operation Homefront Intertribal Powwow
reception
27th Annual Thunderbird
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Memorial Day, Flag Day,
Independence Day, Labor Day,
September 11TH & Veteran’s Day
grees in Aeronautics, Management, and Engineering
in-residence and online.
Mrs. Hollis/Mrs. Hitt, ERAU
Eglin Campus, 678-3137.
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able at the Mini Mall. Note:
sellers are asked not to offer
live animals or guns for sale.
For information, visit www.
eglinforcesupport.com or call
882-1482.
The Destin Log is seeking an energetic, outgoing candidate for our Advertising Sales
team. The position will require you to use consultative selling approach and be responsible
for selling advertising solutions from our extensive suite of services - niche glossy magazines, digital and other print platforms.
The person will prospect and work with local
business owners to develop advertising campaigns that meet their advertising goals and
service existing accounts to ensure we are
growing their business and helping them
reach the growing health and beauty market
segment and at the same time create long
lasting relationships.
We are looking for a connected, high energy
individual who wants to be part of a dynamic
sales team.
Applicants should be motivated,
outgoing, personal, competitive and possess
a strong work ethic. Someone who can prepare and conduct presentations and is organized and detail oriented.
We provide:
*
A fun and exciting work environment
*
Base salary, commission, mileage
*
Sales training
*
Medical, dental, vision, life, disability
insurance and 401(K)
We Require:
*
Advanced computer and social media
skills
*
2 + Years of B2B sales experience
*
Must have valid driver’s license, proof of
insurance and reliable vehicle
If you think you are the right candidate for this
position, please send your resume to
[email protected]
Hiring is contingent on background check and
pre-employment drug screening.
EOE/DFWP
Web ID#: 34303303
zA reliable vehicle
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Auto Insurance
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driver’s license
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Stop by 638 N.
Ferdon Blvd,
Crestview or Call
Dale Robinson
before 11am
850-682-6524
Buy it!
Classified.
Make your move
to the medium
that’s your number
one source of
information about
homes for sale!
For all your housing needs - consult Classified when it’s time
to buy,
it’s the resource
on which to rely.
COLUMBUS
DAY
SPECIAL
Fort Walton Beach. 2
br 2ba. Townhome. Unfurnished, freshly renovated,
fenced,
pool,
near
downtown
and
beaches.
$850
mo.
$850 dep. No smoking
no pets. Call Tom at
850-368-1603
Free rent for
October if you
rent an
apartment on
Colombus Day!
2 Br, 1 Bath
Starting @ $735
Westwood Apts
850-581-2324
Crestview
4br,
2ba,
2cg, 2300sf $1200 mo.
Huge backyard Short
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Publisher’s
Notice
All real estate advertising in this newspaper is
subject
to
the
Fair
Housing
Act
which
makes it illegal to advertise “any preference,
limitation or discrimination based on race,
color,
religion,
sex,
handicap, familial status
or national origin, or an
intention, to make any
such preference, limitation or discrimination”
Familial status includes
children under the age
of 18 living with parents
or
legal
custodians,
pregnant women and
people
securing
custody of children under
18.
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate which is in violation
of the law. Our readers
are
hereby
informed
that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper
are available on a equal
opportunity
basis.
To
complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at
1-800-669-9777.
The
toll-free number for the
hearing
impaired
is
1-800-927-9275.
Training/Education
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NICEVILLE
4BD/2BA/
2CG 1950 Sq Ft Central
Air
cul-de-sac
$1400
month
DD
Lease, 850-585-8237
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APALACHICOLA
LAND FOR SALE!
1,517.34 acres located
just west of Apalachicola.
Excellent
deer
hunting and timber investment! $1,250 per
acre.
Call
Advance
Land and Timber, LLC
at 800-860-9909.
Pontiac Firebird 1996
V6 White with dark
gray leather, many extras. Like new. 20800
miles. Has to be seen
to be believed! $11500
Call 850-651-0772
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