Groupon to Participate in the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference

first_imgLocal NewsBusiness Groupon to Participate in the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference Pinterest WhatsApp CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 24, 2021– Groupon, Inc. (NASDAQ: GRPN) announced that Aaron Cooper, Interim Chief Executive Officer, and Melissa Thomas, Chief Financial Officer, will participate in the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference on Monday, March 1, 2021. Aaron Cooper will participate in a virtual fireside chat at 3:30pm ET. A live webcast and replay of the event will be available on the company’s investor relations website ( ). About Groupon Groupon ( ) (NASDAQ: GRPN) is an experiences marketplace where consumers discover fun things to do and local businesses thrive. For our customers, this means giving them an amazing selection of experiences at great values. For our merchants, this means making it easy for them to partner with Groupon and reach millions of consumers around the world. To find out more about Groupon, please visit View source version on CONTACT: Investor Relations Contact: Jennifer Beugelmans or Megan Carrozza [email protected] Relations Contact: Nick Halliwell [email protected] KEYWORD: ILLINOIS UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: THEME PARKS ENTERTAINMENT RESTAURANT/BAR ONLINE RETAIL INTERNET OTHER RETAIL TECHNOLOGY OTHER ENTERTAINMENT RETAIL MARKETING ADVERTISING COMMUNICATIONS SOURCE: Groupon, Inc. Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/24/2021 04:01 PM/DISC: 02/24/2021 04:01 PM Twitter Pinterest Facebookcenter_img TAGS  Facebook Previous articleNorth America $3.7 Billion Advanced Rocket and Missile Propulsion Systems Market to 2025 by Propellant, Turbo-Pump, Combustion Chamber, Valve, Motor Casing, Nozzle, Igniter, Others – ResearchAndMarkets.comNext articlePhysicians’ Education Resource® Hosts the 38th Annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference® in Expanded, Interactive Virtual Meeting Format Digital AIM Web Support By Digital AIM Web Support – April 6, 2021 WhatsApp Twitterlast_img read more

Dominican Holidaze Reveals Daily Music Schedule, Theme Night, Round One Of Activities

first_imgFor more information, or to purchase tickets, head to the event website.[Cover photo via Josh Timmermans] With just 99 days remaining until the 2017 edition of Caribbean destination festival Dominican Holidaze on December 1st – 4th in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, the event has released full daily schedules and more.Friday, Dec 1st’s lineup will begin with early evening sets from The Motet and GRiZ, before a “Welcome Toast,” full three-hour shows from Umphrey’s McGee and STS9, and a late-night SunSquabi performance. Saturday’s lineup begins with a poolside set from Wolf + Lamb, followed by Umphrey’s, Lotus, and GRiZ at the Main Stage before a full three-hour Disco Biscuits set and a Tauk late-night set.Brendan Bayliss of UM will kick off Sunday’s lineup with a poolside set, and STS9 will follow with an afternoon set at the Main Stage. Next, the Biscuits and Umphrey’s will both play full three-hour performances, after which Spafford will keep the jams going late into the night. Finally, on Monday, December 4th, DJ Naysayers (a.k.a. The Motet saxophonist Drew Sayers) will kick off day four with a poolside set, followed by and afternoon Disco Biscuits performance, full three-hour shows from STS9 and Joe Russo’s Almost Dead and a late-night by Wolf + Lamb. Check out the full schedule graphic below:Watch Umphrey’s McGee’s Rock Out With Their Kids At Dominican Holidaze 2016 [Pro-Shot]The event has also announced a Theme Night, “Full Moon Unleashed”: “Channel your spirit animal and unleash the beast within! Howl and dance under the full moon light and transform into a creature of the night. Gather your pack, show off your feathers and scales, then take to the beach to release your wild side…”Dominican Holidaze Attendees Explain What Keeps Them Returning To Holidaze Year After YearFinally, Dominican Holidaze has announced the first round of attendee activities and excursions for 2017. You can read up on all the info below:“Ultimate Tailgate”“Being in the DR doesn’t mean you have to miss Sunday football. Kick back, watch the game, and play your favorite tailgate games. Challenge Ryan Stasik (UM), Luke Miller (Lotus), Dave Watts (The Motet) & SunSquabi to ping pong for a little friendly competition. Who will come out victorious?”“Mystery Mixologists”“Shaken or stirred? Frozen or on the rocks? Bartender or musician? You never know who you may find mixing drinks during Dominican Holidaze! Be sure to tip your bartenders, these proceeds benefit Positive Legacy. Check the schedule for where to find these mystery star-tenders.”“Texas Hold ‘Em With Jefree Lerner of STS9”“Bring your best poker face and join Jeffree Lerner (STS9) for a good old fashioned Texas Hold ’em Tournament. Space is limited so come early!”“Hydration Funk with SunSquabi”“Thirsty? SunSquabi is here to hydrate you! Spend your afternoon poolside and sip something tasty because, as always, these fine gents are serving up an electric hydro funk experience that you won’t want to miss.”last_img read more

September Fest checkers fly for Grabouski, Saathoff

first_imgBEATRICE, Neb. (Sept. 26-27) – Two IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified drivers more than a little familiar with victory lane at Beatrice Speedway found their way there again during September Fest.Jordan Grabouski was the Friday night winner and Johnny Saathoff led the way to the Saturday checkers. Each Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifying win was good for $1,500.Grabouski had won both the Spring Nationals main event and his career 100th IMCA feature at Beatrice earlier this season; Saathoff’s numerous accolades at that venue now include his career eighth victory in the traditional season-ending special. After starting fourth on opening night, Grabouski passed Cory Wray for the lead on the third of 25 laps. The final caution came near midway and he stayed on the top groove until catching lapped traffic with seven to go. Dylan Smith, Hunter Marriott, Saathoff and Chris Abelson completed the top five.Saathoff drew the sixth starting spot on Saturday and needed 22 laps to find his way to the front, sneaking inside leader Lyle Shepard in the first set of turns and getting the win by three car lengths.Shepard, Smith and Anthony Roth were next across the stripe and Abelson repeated his fifth place showing from Friday. Kyle Vanover paced both IMCA Sunoco Stock Car features while Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod winners were Greg Metz on Friday and Tyler Frye on Satur­day. All four of those events paid $500 to win.Brendon Stigge swept the $300 to win IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock mains. Ramsey Meyer scored the $200 Saturday Mach-1 Sport Compact victory. Vanover started fifth, took the lead on lap three and led the rest of the way in a 20-lapper on Fri­day that ran green the last 19 circuits. He built up a big lead running the bottom groove and won ahead of Shane Stutzman and Lance Borgman. From the ninth starting spot, Vanover was up to third before the halfway mark on Saturday and wound up with the checkers in a photo finish over Brad Derry to complete his second sweep in as many weekends. Completing the top three was Chad Borgman.The extreme high line took Metz from sixth starting to the front in Friday’s SportMod main. Lance Borgman took the lead away following a restart at midway but Metz returned the favor following a caution with three laps left. Borgman was second and Kyle Prauner ran third.Saturday’s SportMod feature played out much the same way: Frye started sixth and was also in front when the fifth lap was scored. The final caution came with three laps to go.Frye pulled away following the restart, with Borgman and Prauner repeating their 2-3 finishes.The opening night Hobby Stock feature ran green to checkered with Stigge in front for the last 12 of 15 circuits. Russ Specht was a close second after Stigge was slowed by a lapped car. Adam Armstrong was third. Stigge led every lap on Saturday but his margin of victory was just half a car length over Arm­strong. They’d gone side-by-side for most of three laps following a late restart. Next across the stripe was Tejay Mielke. Meyer won for the third time in as many outings this season at Beatrice, charging from 10th to the lead just after halfway in the 12-lapper for Sport Compacts. Matt Moyer was second and Codie Mielke was third. Meyer counted wins at eight different tracks in three states in 2014. Sept. 26 Feature Results Modifieds – 1. Jordan Grabouski; 2. Dylan Smith; 3. Hunter Marriott; 4. Johnny Saathoff; 5. Chris Abel­son; 6. Jordy Nelson; 7. Travis Hatcher; 8. Scott Smith; 9. Anthony Roth; 10. Mike Dens­berger; 11. Josh Blumer; 12. Kyle Olberding; 13. Jeremy Leiting; 14. Lyle Shepard; 15. Bob Zoubek; 16. Brandon Jessen; 17. Matthew Kiner; 18. Justin Becker; 19. Brian Levander; 20. Cliff Shepard; 21. Cory Wray; 22. Shawn Bearce; 23. Shane Hiatt; 24. Scott Eaton.Stock Cars – 1. Kyle Vanover; 2. Shane Stutzman; 3. Lance Borgman; 4. Eric Rempel; 5. Kyle Prauner; 6. Chad Borgman; 7. Brandon Conkwright; 8. Todd Gereau; 9. Tyler Phelps; 10. John Meyer; 11. Lisa Wagner; 12. Jed Williams; 13. Jonathon Taper; 14. Gary Laflin; 15. Darin Racek; 16. Robert Hoing. Northern SportMods – 1. Greg Metz; 2. Lance Borgman; 3. Kyle Prauner; 4. Todd Boulware; 5. Scott Bivens; 6. Zach Schultz; 7. Max Harder; 8. Gary Saathoff; 9. Curtis Dreasher; 10. Kurtis Pihl; 11. Nate Thompson; 12. Adam Vrbka; 13. Rick Dreasher; 14. Mary Lenz; 15. Craig Evers; 16. Karl Brewer; 17. Joe Schidler; 18. Chris Langdale; 19. Taylor Metz; 20. Gary Holthaus; 21. Nathan Kobus; 22. Blain Petersen; 23. Rick Rohr; 24. Tyler Afrank. Hobby Stocks – 1. Brendon Stigge; 2. Russ Specht; 3. Adam Armstrong; 4. Brian Stich; 5. Mark Sathoff; 6. Jesse VanLaningham; 7. Roy Armstrong; 8. Tejay Mielke; 9. Ben Becher; 10. Tyler Davis; 11. Jacob Harms; 12. Austin Brauner; 13. Tiffany Bittner; 14. Tommy Fose; 15. Mike Han­sen; 16. Troy Paxton; 17. Chad Fegley; 18. Shawn Slezak; 19. Michael Rice; 20. Tyler Saathoff; 21. Nick Lindblad; 22. Don Hall Jr.; 23. James Hadorn; 24. Nick Beckman. Sept. 27 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Saathoff; 2. Lyle Shepard; 3. Dylan Smith; 4. Roth; 5. Abelson; 6. Marriott; 7. Wray; 8. Olberding; 9. Nelson; 10. Brian Foote; 11. Kiner; 12. Jim Mathieson; 13. Jessen; 14. Becker; 15. David Conkwright; 16. Robert Shepard; 17. Adrian Hein Jr.; 18. Zoubek; 19. Scott Smith; 20. Leiting; 21. Grabouski; 22. Levander; 23. Blumer; 24. Densberger.Stock Cars – 1. Vanover; 2. Brad Derry; 3. Chad Borgman; 4. Prauner; 5. Alvie Christofferson; 6. Phelps; 7. Rempel; 8. Meyer; 9. Taper; 10. Wagner; 11. Laflin; 12. Racek; 13. Lance Borgman; 14. Hoing; 15. Mark Ronnebaum; 16. Williams; 17. Justin Merriman; 18. Conkwright. Northern SportMods – 1. Tyler Frye; 2. Borgman; 3. Prauner; 4. Greg Metz; 5. Benji Legg; 6. Harder; 7. Nelson Vollbrecht; 8. Bivens; 9. Saathoff; 10. Dusty Blake; 11. Boulware; 12. Horky; 13. Curtis Dreasher; 14. Brewer; 15. Petersen; 16. Cameron Meyer; 17. Holthaus; 18. Langdale; 19. James Roebuck; 20. Trevor Noonan; 21. Stan Tomlinson; 22. Rick Rohr; 23. Schultz; 24. Lenz. Hobby Stocks – 1. Stigge; 2. Adam Armstrong; 3. Mielke; 4. Roy Armstrong; 5. Harms; 6. Ryan Gilland; 7. Sathoff; 8. Hansen; 9. Becher; 10. VanLaningham; 11. Saathoff; 12. Specht; 13. Austin Brauner; 14. Aaron Shearn; 15. Lindblad; 16. Davis; 17. Stich; 18. Beckman; 19. Jake Waldron; 20. Hall; 21. Bittner; 22. Fegley; 23. Paxton; 24. Fose. Sport Compacts – 1. Ramsey Meyer; 2. Matt Moyer; 3. Cody Mielke; 4. Cole Krichau; 5. Thomas Powell; 6. Tim Horsham; 7. Allyn Shiveley; 8. Ole Olsen; 9. Lance Mielke; 10. Tucker Goldsberry; 11. Alex Bratt; 12. Tammy Clark; 13. Neal Reynolds; 14. Shannon Pospisil; 15. Larry Cronin; 16. Dillon Richards; 17. R.J. Maas; 18. Brooke Fluckiger; 19. Tyler Fralin; 20. Brad Schreiner.last_img read more