Brian Bowersock Joins Elite Worldwide as Business Development Coach

first_imgRANCHO SANTA FE, Calif. – Elite Worldwide has announced that Brian Bowersock has joined the company as its newest business development coach.   In this new role, Bowersock will utilize his years of experience as a shop owner in San Diego, Calif., along with the information he attained as a board member for AAIA’s Car Care Professionals Network, to provide one-on-one guidance to shop owners throughout the U.S. to help them build more successful businesses.   Bowersock owns an extremely successful AAA-approved auto repair shop, and has built his business without ever using any form of price advertising. Through his brand-awareness marketing campaigns, Bowersock’s name and the name of his shop are household names throughout San Diego County, and he now serves as the Fox News Auto Expert on local Fox television channels.   “Brian is a longtime friend and a truly a remarkable shop owner, so it’s an absolute honor to have him join the Elite team. He is a guy who never puts money ahead of people, so I know he’ll fit in well with the culture of Elite, and will be very successful in helping shop owners build more profitable businesses,” said Bob Cooper, president of Elite Worldwide. AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisementlast_img read more

A2 Dominion wins consent for Hammersmith resi scheme

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War of words breaks out over industrial trust’s refinancing

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British Land to sell £37m Belgravia block

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Lukaku’s own goal backfires; Sevilla beat Inter to win European…

first_imgCologne (Germany): Sevilla beat Inter Milan in the Europa League final to win the title. The Spanish club won by three goals to two. Lukaku’s own goal in the 74th minute gave Inter the lead. This is Sevilla’s sixth Europa League title. Sevilla have won the most Europa League titles.Inter took the lead in the fifth minute through a Lukaku penalty. The penalty was for Diego Carlos dropping Lukaku in the box. Lukaku kicked the ball into the net. This is Lukaku’s 11th consecutive Europa League goal.Sevilla came close in the seventh minute without conceding a goal. Luke Dion scored their first goal in the 12th minute. Diong put the ball into the net through a header. Then in the 33rd minute Dion Sevilla took the lead with a superb header from a free kick taken by Ever Banega. But within two minutes, Inter came close through Diego Godin.Both teams started the second half cautiously. Sevilla’s winning goal came in the 74th minute. Lukaku’s attempt to block Diego Carlos’ bicycle kick failed. The ball hits the player’s foot and goes into his own net.Content Highlights: Own goal from Romelu Lukaku Sevilla beat Inter to lift their sixth Europa League titlelast_img read more

Indian Football News (09/12/18): Churchill Brothers rout Aizawl FC, Bengaluru FC and Mumbai City…

first_imgAdvertisement 464mwNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsztWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E8q( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 3zWould you ever consider trying this?😱29cCan your students do this? 🌚9zs0Roller skating! Powered by Firework Welcome to our first installment of the daily Indian football news. In this section, you will find all the news pertaining to Indian football that happened on the given day.Advertisement What happened in the ISL top-of-the-table encounter between Bengaluru FC and Mumbai City FC? Did Aizawl FC end Churchill Brothers’ undefeated streak? What is former India U-23 footballer Prathamesh Maulingkar up to now? Don’t worry! We have covered all that for you in this edition of the Indian football news.Bengaluru FC and Mumbai City FC share spoilsAmrinder Singh produces a spectacular save to ensure 10-man Mumbai City FC go home with a pointIn the only ISL game of the day, Bengaluru FC and Mumbai City FC shared the spoils at the Shree Kanteerava stadium. Udanta Singh drew first blood for the hosts at the 23rd minute after heading in Rahul Bheke’s inch-perfect cross by towering above the much-taller Lucian Goian. The joy was short-lived as Modou Sougou equalized eight minutes later as Arnold Issoko spotted his run after Nishu Kumar had played him on marginally.Advertisement Sehnaj Singh was shown the marching orders at the 52nd-minute after being shown the second yellow. Bengaluru FC pressed forward in search of the winning goal, but despite being a man down, the Islanders held their nerves to see out a 1-1 draw.Bengaluru FC still lead the pack with 24 points from 10 matches. Mumbai City FC, on the other hand, sit just a place behind them with 21 points from 11 matches.Advertisement Churchill Brothers rout Aizawl FCWayne Vaz (left), Israel Gurung (center), and Lamgoulen Hangshing (right) celebrate after Israel scoresIn the earlier match at the I-League, Churchill Brothers routed Aizawl FC 4-1 to continue their unbeaten run. Khalid Aucho gave the home side the lead at the 23rd minute after the rival goalkeeper failed to read the trajectory of Israel Gurung’s free-kick. The Ugandan paid him dearly with a simple tap-in.The provider Israel Gurung turned into the goalscorer a minute later as he connected Dawda Ceesay’s cross from the left flank. Aizawl FC did pull one back as the game resumed from half-time through Ansumana Kromah. However, substitute Anthony Wolfe gave back Churchill Brothers the two-goal cushion after rocketing it past the goalkeeper.At the 78th minute, Alfred Jaryan handled Wayne Vaz’s cross inside the box to reward Churchill Brothers the penalty. Willis Plaza stepped up and converted from the spot to score his eighth goal of the I-League. This win takes Churchill Brothers to the second position with 13 points from 7 games, four points behind league-leaders Chennai City FC.Ex U-23 Indian International Prathamesh Maulingkar becomes Mr. SupranationalPrathamesh Maulingkar became the first Asian to win the title of Mr. SupranationalFormer India U-23 footballer Prathamesh Maulingkar became the first Indian to become Mr. Supranational after he was crowned the winner at Krynica-Zdroj in Poland. This is the third edition of the event which has an aim to “discover new talent for modeling and television industries and to produce instant celebrities.”Prathamesh played for Pailan Arrows and Dempo in the I-League as a midfielder and even scored two goals in the league. He even represented the India U-23 team against Iraq U-23 team at the 2013 AFC U-22 Asian Cup Qualifiers which they lost 1-2. His footballing career got derailed after he suffered a shoulder injury which took him out.ARA FC not to field any foreigner in Second Division I-LeagueCan ARA FC make it to the I-League without fielding a single foreigner?ARA FC Director Vikram Patel recently took part in an interview with Rutvij Joshi of Khelnow. Therein, he disclosed that the Ahmedabad-based side will not field any foreigner in the I-League second division.“We just got the license for the I-League Second Division and it is the first time in the history of Gujarat football that the I-League licensing has been happening and some teams have taken the initiative to build its own team,” further added Vikram Patel.Mizoram win Junior National Football Championship 2018-19The Mizoram squad after winning the Junior Championships (Credits- Football News India Twitter)Mizoram won the 2018-19 edition of the Junior National Football Championship by defeating Punjab in the finals. In the 2016-17 and 2017-18 edition of the tournament, it was Punjab who got the better of Mizoram. However, the Northeastern side got their sweet revenge this time as they pipped Punjab 2-1 in the finals.That’s it from us. Be sure to catch the daily roundup of Indian football news only on Sportsindiashow. Advertisementlast_img read more

Teens charged over car theft

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One stop shop for produce

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Statement from Premier Daniel Andrews, 20 June

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